Victor Filotti was born 1876 in Brăila, Brăila County, Romania to Anton Filotti (1844-1887) and Eliza Bagdat (1852-1936) and died circa 1935 in Bucharest, Romania of unspecified causes. He married Margareta Orăşanu (1881-1938) in Bucharest, Romania. Ancestors are from Romania.

Ancestors are from Romania.


Offspring of Victor Filotti and Margareta Orăşanu (1881-1938)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Antoaneta Filotti (1903-1966) 1903 Bucharest, Romania 1966 Bucharest, Romania Radu Dudescu (1894-1983)
Albano Verona (c1904-c1970)
Petre Constantin Carp (1902-c1980)
Dinu Alexandrescu (c1900-c1970)

Victor Filotti (1876 - c1935) was a Romanian politician. He was head of the Buzău County organization of Take Ionescu’s Conservative-Democratic Party. In the early 1920s, he was secretary general of the Ministry of Industry and Commerce under Prime Ministers Alexandru Averescu and Take Ionescu. Thereafter he was syndic of the Bucharest Stock Exchange. He was forced to resign under accusations of dishonest conduct.




Offspring of Anton Filotti and Eliza Bagdat (1852-1936)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Victor Filotti (1876-c1935) 1876 Brăila, Brăila County, Romania 1935 Bucharest, Romania Margareta Orăşanu (1881-1938)

Adela Filotti (1876-1943) 1876 Romania 1943 Romania Alexandru Orășanu (1876-1950)

Constantin Filotti (c1898-c1900) 1898 Romania 1900 Romania
Grigore Filotti (c1899-c1901) 1899 Romania 1901 Romania
Eliza Filotti (c1900-c1975) 1900 Romania 1975 Romania Unknown Petrăchescu

Anton (Bubi) Filotti (1879-1932) 1879 Romania 1932 Berlin, Germany Alexandrina Filotti (1896-1986)

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