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1842 Clerics for Prisoners
Fund 288, List 1, Doc. N 14
RECORD Transcaucasia Shia Spiritual Board
Correspondence about miscellaneous issues.
Additional notes: Office of the Shaykh al-Islām of Transcaucasia
Started – February 9, 1846
Completed – November 5, 1846
Consists of 27 pages
On the page 2 is the letter dated by 18th February 1846
Sent by the Chancellery Viceroy of the Caucasus
addressed to the Tiflis Sheikh Ismail Akhund Mamed Ali
Agha Mir Ibrahim, the Perisian citizen, whom this Akhund did not let to enter the Mosque for praying and have hurt and insulted him. As the result of this event he appealed to the Chancellery Viceroy Governor of the Caucasus. For reporting to the Viceroy on this case, the director, State Councillor requested Akhund’s explanation.
Translated by P.A.
Azerbaijani (Translation of the Question)
Question about Inheritance
Answer from Sheikholeslam
1889 – Metrics, etc.
This file is large, I have only posted the first pages, the file consists of correspondence from different sources written to the Ecclesiastical Board of the Shia Muslims of Trans-Caucasus اداره روحانی شیعه مذهب مسلمین زاقفقاز
Fund 290, List 1, Record 653 (consists of 151 pages)
RECORD Shia Ecclesiastical Board Date – 04 January, 1889 – 20 July, 1913
Title – Correspondence with military district headquarters, Javad District Chief about giving leave (from service) for Muslims of both branches during the religious holidays, about issuing metric certificates, and etc. PA
Below is the file’s second cover:
Dates: 04 January, 1889 – 30 December, 1889
Title: About papers which do not need any further work. PA
From the Justice House of the city of Ordobad
1888 – 29 December
To the Shia Ecclesiastical Board of the Muslims of Transcaucasia
From the Shia Judge (Qazi) of Nekha Uyezd (District)
To The Shia Ecclesiastical Board of Transcaucasia
Signed by the Shia Qazi of Nukha
Statistical information on births, deaths, marriages, divorces, mosques, clerics, religious endowments, schools, male and female teachers, male and female students