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Constantin Keremitzoglou (1864 - 1929) was born in ca. 1864 in 40 Eklisie. now Kirklareli, Eastern Thrace County, Turkey (european part). He was born into the Keremitzoglou family.
He died in ca. 1929 in Thessaloniki, N. Greece, Macedonia County, Μακεδονία Θράκη Greece at 65 years of age. His cause of death is listed as: heart failure.
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Married to the Greek :Hrisi, daughter of Ioannis Sirmas, in 40 Eklisies (now Kirklareli in Eastern Thrace-Turkey).in appr. 1899 AD.
He changed his name from Keremitzoglou to Keramefs or Kerameas during his study in Germany. because he wanted a Greek one.
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- Keremitzoglou family history
40 Eklisie. now Kirklareli, Eastern Thrace County, Turkey (european part)
Thessaloniki, N. Greece, Macedonia County, Μακεδονία Θράκη Greece
- Cause of death
- heart failure
Greek Merchant school in Constantinoupolis (Istanbul, Turkey) grad. 1884,
General Medicin in Leibzig Germany and Wuerzburg Germany ,grad.1889
His Theses (diplom arbeit) was about the neurons transmitters of the brain during nerve disorders. One of his professors was the anatomicer Koehliker.
- Doctor Medicin
- Military Service
- During the Balkan wars 1912-13 served in the turkish army also during the 1st WW.
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