NameAnton Dimitri (Dimitri) Vlasto, GGG Grandson
Birth18 Oct 1858, Galatz/Galati, Romania
Birth Memo1853 according to the French web site of Evelyne RENAULT.
Death30 Jun 1942
Death MemoAccording to the French web site of Evelyne RENAULT.
Residence1900, Avenue de Malakoff, Paris 16e, France
Residence1883, Rue de Naples, Paris 8e, France
OccupationBanker.
Note 1Officier de la Légion d’Honneur. Director of the Banque de Constantinople. One of the great financiers of his era in Constantinople and Paris.
Note 2He does not share his wife Tarsi’s grave at Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris.
Note 3Not buried in any of three adjacent plots at Boulogne-Billancourt: one bought for Ernest Michel Vlasto, a second presumably bought by or for his brother Antoine and a third (between them and also registered to the Vlasto family) still unused in 2013.
Note 4According to Evelyne Renault’s web site, he had a second marriage with Angèle Augustine Louise Lucienne GAMET.
Flags***, Argenti, Cantacuzene, Caralli, Coressi, Dwerniki, Giustiniani Fi, Petrocochino, Rodocanachi, Scanavi, Vlasto
FatherDimitri (Michael) Vlasto (1820-1863)
Marriage19 Jun 1881, Paris, France
Married MemoArgent says 27 Jun 1882, Paris.
SpouseTheresa ‘Tarsi’ (George) Zarifi
Birth26 Nov 1860, Constantinople, Turkey/Byzantium
Birth MemoSimeonoglou says she was born 1847.
Death27 Sep 1919, Mayence, France
Death MemoKilled in collision between her car and a tram. Argent says 26 Sep 1919.
Burial20 Oct 1919, Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris, France
Residence1883, Rue de Naples, Paris 8e, France
Note 1She appears in a 1905 photograph with her mother and sister-in-law (Akylas Millas ‘E Prinkipos’ Athens 1988). Does she also appear in a group photo from the collection of Sonia Simeonoglou (née Zarifi)?
Note 2Strangely, there is no evidence that this branch of the Vlasto/Zarifi family ever kept in touch with their close Vlasto/Zarifi cousins in England or France.
Note 3She died three days after her car (travelling from Mayence to Wiesbaden) was in collision with a tram. The Comtesse Jacques d’Aramon who was travelling with her was unhurt.
Note 4She maintained an important literary and artistic salon in Paris.
Note 5She is buried in one of three adjoining plots at Boulogne-Billancourt: one bought for Ernest Michel Vlasto, a second probably bought by or for his brother Antoine and a third (between them and also registered to the Vlasto family) still unused in 2013.
Flags***, Kaplanoglou, Zafiropoulo, Zarifi
FatherGeorge (Ioannis) Zarifi (1807-1884)
MotherEleni (Dimitrios) Zafiropoulo (1817-1910)
Children
Birth17 Oct 1883, Rue de Naples, Paris 8e, France
Death28 Oct 1967, Bourron-Marlotte, Seine-et-Marne, France
Marriage7 Jul 1930, Lausanne, Switzerland
Married MemoAt her marriage she was referred to as Mme, so may have been previously married.
Birth27 Sep 1885, Rue de Naples, Paris 8e, France
Death26 May 1960, Lausanne, Switzerland
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