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Old 08-25-2017, 02:45 AM   #1
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Default Bulgarian Exarchate vs Patriarch of Constantinople

Does anyone know the source of somebody stating that a specific man from Macedonia was a Bulgarian because he was a follower of the Bulgarian Exarchate while the brother of the man was stated to be a Roman because he followed the Patriarch of Constantinople?
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I can't recall that particular example, but Brailsford's "Macedonia" cites similar examples of family members being divided into different nationalities because they attended different churches or schools.
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Doesn't mention "Roman." I thought it was relative and worth posting here.
Encyclopedia Britannica 1968, Macedonian Question

In 1905 Hilmi carried out in three vilayets the first census of population since the Turkish conquest, which disclosed the following results: Muslims 1,720,007; Greeks 648,962; Bulgars 557,734; Serbs 167,601; Jews and others 77,386; total 3,171,690. Under "Muslims" were included Turks and Albanians inhabiting the Western part of the Bitola Vilayet and the northwestern part of the Kosovo Vilayet; under "Greeks," all the Patriarchists," whether of Greek, Slavonic or Rumanian Speech; under "Serbs," only those attending Serbian churches and schools, who were confined to the northern and north western districts of the Kosovo Vilayet.
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