Family Group Sheet
Family Group Sheet
NamePrince Alexander (Ioan) Callimachi of Moldavia
Birth1737, Constantinople, Turkey/Byzantium
Death12 Dec 1821, Bolou, Claudiopolis de Paphlagonie, ?
Note 1Grand Drogman of the Sublime Porte (1785-88 and 1794-95). Voivode of Moldavia (1795-99). Assassinated by stabbing or beheading by the Turks. Presumably he is the father of Charles Callimachi (d. 1821)?
Note 2Rémy Benoit believes he had another son Ioannis who was Grand Drogoman and hanged at Caesaria on 15 Oct 1821.
Note 3Alexander Lappas says the mother of his children was Eleni (Scarlatos) Ghika, but the Ghika family tree records his wife as Eleni’s half-sister Roxandra.
Note 4‘Prince of Moldavia before the turn of the century. ‘ Succeeded, on his deposition, by his son-in-law Ypsilantis.
FlagsCallimachi
Marriage?
SpouseRoxandra (Scarlatos) Ghika, 5C8R
Birth?
Death?
Note 1The Ghika tree claims she was Roxandra. Wikipedia calls her Elena.
Flags***, Ghika, Giustiniani Pi, Mavrogordato, Maximo
FatherPrince Scarlatos (Gregorios) Ghika Voda of Moldavia & Wallachia (1715-1766)
MotherEuphrosyne Oichi (?-?)
Children
Birth1773
MemoSturdza says he died aged 48.
Death12 Dec 1821, Bolou, Claudiopolis de Paphlagonie, ?
MemoOr 16 Oct 1821 or 26 Oct 1821. Claudiopolis of Paphlagonia. Died poisoned in 1821, under suspicion of being pro Greek.
Birth1769
Death1787
Marriage?
ChildrenEleni (Constantine) (1787-1837)
Birth1776
Death1835
ChildrenNicolas (Alexander) (1798-1871)
 Rallou (Alexander) (1799-1832)
 George (Alexander) (1800-1870)
 Ioannis (Alexander) (1803-1890)
 Dimitrios (Alexander) (1807-1871)
 Scarlatos ‘Charles’ (Alexander) (1808-1887)
 Gregorios (Alexander) (1813-1848)
 Roxanne (Alexander) (1801-1822)
Birth1775
Death1821
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