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| Surmali || Сурмалинский
 
| Surmali || Сурмалинский

Revision as of 13:24, 29 October 2020

Guide to Ėrivan Gubernia, Russian Empire ancestry, family history, and genealogy: birth records, marriage records, death records, both church and civil registration, compiled family history, and finding aids.

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Coat of Arms of Erivan gubernia (Russian empire).png
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Historical Background[edit | edit source]

Ėrivan Gubernia [province] was one of the gubernias in the Caucasus Viceroyalty, centered in modern-day Yerevan. In 1828, the area was annexed as part of the Armenian Oblast. It was later established as a gubernia in 1850, and abolished in 1917. This gubernia roughly covers most of what is currently modern central Armenia, the Nakhichevan Exclave of Azerbaijan, and the Iğdır Province in Turkey.

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Historical Geography[edit | edit source]

Administrative map of Erivan Governorate - 1913.jpg

Districts[edit | edit source]

District - English District - Russian
Aleksandrapol′ Александрополь
Ėrivan Эривань
Ėchmiadzin Эчмиадзинский
Nakhichevan Нахичевань
Novobayazet Новобаязетский
Surmali Сурмалинский
Sharur-Daralagyoz Шарур-Даралагезский

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