Gheorghe (Guță) Popescu-Ciocănel was born 1869 in Ploiești, Prahova County, Romania and died 1929 in Ploiești, Prahova County, Romania of unspecified causes. He married Victoria Mihăileanu (1881-1971) 1901 . He married Nomen nescio .
Gheorghe (Guță) Popescu-Ciocănel was a graduate of the Faculty of Letters of the University of Bucharest (1897). He continued his studies at the École spéciale des Langues orientales (now Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales) of Paris, specializing in oriental languages and graduating in 1906. Returning to Romania he took a teaching position at the Muslim Seminary of Medgidia where he was active until 1916. After the start of the hostilities of World War I and the occupation of the Dobrogea by the Turkish and Bulgarian troops, Gheorghe Popescu-Ciocănel was taken prisoner.
|Offspring of Gheorghe (Guță) Popescu-Ciocănel and Victoria Mihăileanu (1881-1971)|
|Victoria-Aquilina Popescu-Ciocănel (1902-1914)|| |
|Maria Popescu-Ciocănel (1904-1987)||1904 Gimbășani, Ialomița County, Romania||1987 Oakville, Ontario, Canada|| Mihai Filotti (1889-c1963)|
|Offspring of Gheorghe (Guță) Popescu-Ciocănel and Nomen nescio|
|Gheorghe Popescu-Ciocănel (1913-1944)||20 January 1913 Ploiești, Prahova County, Romania||12 August 1944 Ploiești, Prahova County, Romania|