Traian Filotti was born 1865 in Batogu, Brăila County, Romania to Nestor Filotti (c1814-1869) and Sofia Dulgheru (1825-1889) and died 1909 Bucharest, Romania of unspecified causes. He married Didina NN (c1870-c1955) 1888 in Bucharest, Romania.


Offspring of Traian Filotti and Didina NN (c1870-c1955)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Sofia Filotti (c1890-c1962) 1890 Bucharest, Romania 1962 Bucharest, Romania
Mihai Filotti (c1892-c1943) 1892 Romania 1943 Romania Antoaneta Orășanu (1908-1978) Antoaneta Orășanu (1908-1978) Valeria Stavăr (c1905-c1980)

Traian Filotti (1865–1909) was a colonel in the Romanian army. Traian Filotti was aide-de-camp to crown prince Ferdinand of Romania.

Traian Filotti was one of the officers of the Ferdinand's entourage who were promoting the modernization of the Romanian army, which had been neglected by king Carol I of Romania. The group had gained the support of the crown prince in their efforts of making the army capable of providing military supports to the attempts of achieving national unity. [1][2]

Traian Filotti died of pneumonia in 1909.[3]


  1. ^ Duiliu Zamfirescu – Portrete, 1914 – Biblioteca Centrală de Stat. Fond Duiliu Zamfirescu
  2. ^ I. G. Duca – Memorii, Vol. I Neutralitatea. Editura Expres, Bucureşti, 1992).
  3. ^ Alexandru Gabriel Filotti – Frontierele Românilor – Editor Istros, Brăila, 2007


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