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 hand-drawn copy of this tree was kindly sent by
Kelvin Pollock to Peter Zohrab, who has joined them together and then
scanned them in four sections for viewing on the Web. Unfortunately,
I did not originally keep a record on paper of who sent me which of
the many family trees which I have received, so I have been confused
and in error about this at times.
The tree commences with Zorab (Zohrab) of the clan of
the Manuchariantz and his four sons. You will notice that:
There are not always vertical lines indicating that a name is
connected to the horizontal line above it (by being an offspring).
See, for example, Peter, at the top of the Left-Centre
In comparison with Edward van
Put's version, this version of the family tree seems like an inferior,