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submitted by Len Eaton on 29.08.2019
can anyone remind me of his cafe in Collins Street in Hobart in 50/60's. he also had a fish/chip further up the street called the Galaxy. Len Eaton
submitted by Joan Krygsman on 20.07.2019
Hello! I am working on the family tree for my stepmother, Jacqueline Maree. Jacquie was born in 1953 in Cape Town, South Africa to Percival John Maree and Muriel Irene Adams, both born and raised in the Western Cape of South Africa. HOWEVER, Jacquie&...
submitted by Kalie Zervos on 18.01.2019
I notice quite a few people posting messages on how go about locating ancestors from Kythera.
Well there is no need to go all the way to Kythera to search for your family history, The Kytherian Genealogy Club has more Kytherian records...
submitted by chrystine flavell on 14.01.2019
my daughter is waiting patiently (about 18 months now) for her Greek citizenship. Considering mine took 7 years and for my other daughter 3 years we are wondering if it is worth spending money on a Greek lawyer or is there nothing more that...
submitted by Helen Feros on 02.01.2019
Does anyone know how to apply for a birth certificate or find a copy for a person born in Kythera 1912.
submitted by Jessie Weatherley on 01.01.2019
Hi - I am looking for decendents for Theodorus Zantos. He was born 28.12.1900 in Potamos. He lived in Warwick in the early 1930s, and enlisted in the airforce in 1940 where he was a cook. His next of kin at time of enlisting was Miss Ellie Zanto - a...
submitted by chris otis on 19.11.2018
hello, i am looking for some great books about the amazing writer lefkadios hearn, who wrote about the traditional stories+poems of japan in the late 19th-early 20th century, and those books were published by the ''society of kytherean studie...
submitted by Tracey May Horn on 14.11.2018
My mum's father was greek his surname was Pagonis. I have been told my relatives were from originally from Kythera. How do I go about finding out more?
Tracey May Preston
submitted by Wilma Rule on 06.11.2018
Can anyone please help me to trace the grave of a Scottish soldier who was buried by the villagers of Karavas in 1917. He was 21 year old Sgt Thompson whose body was washed up on the beach of Aghios Nickolaos at some time after the ship he was...
submitted by Wilma Rule on 17.06.2018
Can anyone please help me to trace the grave of a Scottish soldier who was buried in the cemetery of Aghios Nickolaos Church in 1917. He was 21 year old Sgt Thompson and his body was washed up on the beach of Aghios Nickolaos at some time after...
submitted by Eleni Skarlatos on 13.05.2018
Hi there I was wondering if anyone knows if Amorgos has a page like this one? thank you
submitted by Kevin Garvey on 12.02.2018
Please help me find the family connection between these two George Stratigos' from Kythera.
My wife's ggrandfather is George SPYRIDON Stratigos, born in 1850, the son of Spyridon George and Kyriakoula in Milopotamis.
The other Geor...
submitted by George Bernard on 31.01.2018
Dieter and Cherile Wolf were very helpful when my husband and I travelled to Kythera 2014. Where Cherile was able to trace my husbands home and family connections.
There postal address is P.O. Box 23
submitted by Carol Kostakos Petranek on 19.01.2018
My ancestors are from villages around Sparta. One of my cousins told me that our Zarafonitis family left Crete at the start of the 1821 Revolution and went to the Peloponnese to find Kolokotronis and join the fight. I have heard that Kythera was almo...
submitted by Caroline Dick on 01.12.2017
I am an academic and doing research on the Greek aliens in Australia from 1916. My grandfather was a registered alien and was married (in December 1920) to an Australian woman before the Nationality Act 1920 (Cth) came into force (1 January 1921...
submitted by Caroline Dick on 29.11.2017
My grandfather Panagiotis (Peter) Anastasios Aroney or Mostakas came to Australia on the ship Ficton in 1909. Did anyone else relative arrive on this ship during 1909?
submitted by Kytherian Cultural Exchange on 31.10.2017
A Month with the Gods: A Journey into the Life-World of Hellenic Myth
Topics pertaining to Ancient Greek mythology are very trendy nowadays. There seems to be something in the myths of the ancient Hellenes that keeps on fascinating peopl...
submitted by Megan Manwaring on 03.08.2017
I have come across the name Theodoros Haniotis on a tile-making patent lodged in Sydney in 1910.
The patent number and date where imprinted on the back of a tile that I was given from a recent excavation s...
submitted by kit withers on 27.04.2017
i am a cousin of your wife therese. I lost email contact with her in 2008. Could u please give her my current email firstname.lastname@example.org
submitted by Peggy Pound on 07.02.2017
Hi, I am researching my grandfather, Demetrious Janos Koutsonikolis family line. He was born near Ano Kastania in 1897 and came to American around the turn of the century. his mother was Helene Leontarakis. does any of this relate to your...
none of my business but for the sake of my children... my ex-wife was a Helen Karonis,...
I may have some info that might help you, but I am away from home...
I do not have any info that could help you other than this:
can anyone remind me of his cafe in Collins Street in Hobart in 50/60's. he also had...
About 5 minutes into the program Ada Margariti, who is an Attorney at Law, speaks about how she came to...
Interviewed during his visit to Australia, 2013.
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Teacher, journalist, poet and author, Sydney NSW Australia
kythera we dont see anymore, this photo was taken in the early 80s, when it wasnt uncommon to see this...
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