The first known family tree of
the descendants of Zohrab was drawn up in Armenian by Aviet
(Avetick) Carapiet Zohrabyants in 1919 (Aviet's
Tree). An English version of this tree was drawn by Judge
Edgar Zorab over five pages of a notebook. What appears to be
a photocopy of these pages was kindly sent by Edward
van Put to Peter Zohrab, who has joined them together and
then scanned them in eight sections for viewing on the Web.
This appears to be a more authentic version of Judge Edgar's
tree than the version sent earlier by
Kelvin Pollock to Peter Douglas Zohrab, because:
It is in colour;
There are lines visible, like those of a notebook;
There is writing in Dutch, which, along with Armenian,
was likely to have been the language of the people for whom
Judge Edgar was initially writing the family tree -- i.e.
the Dutch branch of the Zorab part of the Zohrab family.
The tree commences with Zorab (Zohrab) of the
clan of the Manuchariantz and his four sons.