submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 18.06.2007
You haven't been to Kythera, if you don't know KAPSALI
Any information will be appreciated
He was the people's transport on a rowing boat, from the Kapsali warf to the ship, (before the warf was built to what it is today). One son is in Australia.
Common name in Antikythera
Anyone that can give more information?
Giorgos Megalokonomos was known to all as DONDOS. Died 1st of August 1994 at the age of 83.He was instrumental in organising the tourist ships to come to Kythera and was also a shipping agent
Kapsali, is really missing DONDOS
submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 19.06.2007
GEORGIOS XANTHAKIS b. 1905 d. ?
Yiannis was the first to open a restaurant in Kapsali, which is now still in the family. His son Panagiotis (Mpaganas) is there.
submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 02.07.2007
Does anyone recognise?
Today July 2nd 2007 I received information re-this grave from Alex Mills from London.
The text reads: The grave belongs to my dear uncle Panagioti Lagou who came from Kapsali (the rest of the family are buried there) but lived in Kalamos. He was a self taught engineer and I remember him always covered in oil mending someone or other\'s boat engine.He also did a lot of work for Myrtidiotissa Monastery.He was without doubt the funniest man I have ever met and that\'s how most people will remember him! ALEX MILLS LONDON
Alex, he repaired once my generator and knew him well. He was exactly as you describe him. The date of his death has also been changed according to your information and by looking closely,it shows 1998, but your comments verify the date of his death 28.8.98.Possibly the stone mason's error or my error. May he rest in peace.
Also EIRINI NOMIKOY nee TRIARHI d. 14th November 1992
This is a close up photo of the entry below.
In the same Plot
GEORGIOS MAZARAKIS d.11th January 1971 age 59
KYRIAKI MAZARAKI d. 19th December 1993 age 86
GEORGIOS HAROS b.1845 d.1908
Can anyone identify?
Also in same Plot,
EIRINI NOMIKOY nee TRIARHI d. 14th November 1992
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