Family Group Sheet
Family Group Sheet
NameDimitrios (Petros) Scaramanga, GG Grandson
Birth14 Apr 1814, Chios, Greece/Hellenes
Death17 Dec 1867, London, England
Burial23 Dec 1867, Greek Orthodox Cemetery, West Norwood, London, England
OriginA Dimitrios Peter Scaramanga of Greece took British citizenship 30 Nov 1859.
Note 1(Makarana) Lived most of his life in London. He was in Brighton a week before his death (and may have lived there).
Flags***, Argenti, Cantacuzene, Coressi, Giustiniani Fi, Giustiniani Pi, Grimaldi, Mavrogordato, Maximo, Petrocochino, Ralli (Chaviara), Rodocanachi, Scaramanga, Vlasto
Marriage14 May 1846, Church of Our Saviour, London Wall, City of London, England
Married MemoHer ‘Greek’ marriage took place in “in her father’s drawing room in Hyde Park Square in 1846”.
SpouseJulia (Eustratius) Ralli, GGG Granddaughter
Birth15 Apr 1826, Manchester, England
Death20 May 1910, London, England
Baptism1826, Russian Chapel, 32 Welbeck Street London, England
Residence1862, 22 Hyde Park Gardens, Westminster, London, England
Note 1(Chaviara-Axeskoufotos) Presumably the Mrs Scaramanga referred to in the diaries of Mary Ann Chadwell: e.g. ‘Thursday 15th April 1869: ‘I lunched with Mrs Scaramanga and drove with her to Acton’. She left £20,000 to the Chios Schools on her death.
Note 2All four of her children died young, leaving her with no grandchildren. She spent more than half her life as a widow.
Note 3David Stewart says that Rebecca M Allam, formerly a governess at Park House institute in Highgate, was working in 1871 and 1881 for the Scaramanga family in Hyde Park Gardens where three children Peter, Eutratius and Mimina were Imbeciles from birth.
Note 4“It was in the 1871 census that they [her children] are all described as imbeciles from birth... In the 1861 census it was only Eustratius who is said to be dumb and deaf from birth.”
Note 5Apparently one child was deaf and dumb, another an imbicile. In 1861 the household had eight servants; in 1891 there were six.
Marr. WitnessMarietta P. Ralli.
God-parentsPandia (‘Zeus’) Ralli.
Flags***, Argenti, Avierino, Cantacuzene, Coressi, Giustiniani Fi, Giustiniani Pi, Mavrogordato, Maximo, Petrocochino, Ralli (Chaviara), Ralli (Pitsis), Rodocanachi, Scaramanga, Schilizzi, Sechiari, Vlasto
1 FMimina (Dimitrios) Scaramanga, GGGG Granddaughter
Birth15 Dec 1847, London, England
MemoArgenti says 27 Dec 1847, London.
Death29 Aug 1875
Burial7 Sep 1875, Greek Orthodox Cemetery, West Norwood, London, England
2 FMarigo (Dimitrios) Scaramanga, GGGG Granddaughter
Birth19 Jul 1849, London, England
Death3 Jan 1851, London, England
Burial5 Jan 1851, Greek Orthodox Cemetery, West Norwood, London, England
3 MPeter (Dimitrios) Scaramanga, GGGG Grandson
Birth17 Jul 1851, London, England
Death29 Apr 1890
MemoArgenti says 17 Apr 1890, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, England. Died of influenza.
Burial2 May 1890, Greek Orthodox Cemetery, West Norwood, London, England
4 MEustratius (Dimitrios) Scaramanga, GGGG Grandson
Birth22 Jun 1854, London, England
Death10 May 1890, London, England
Burial16 May 1890, Greek Orthodox Cemetery, West Norwood, London, England
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