submitted by George Bernard on 27.01.2018
Back row: George Bernard (Venardos); Alethea O’Brien (nee Bernard); Michael O’Brien
Front row: Scott Kliendienst; Denise Bernard; Andrea Kliendienst (nee Bernard); Mareesa Bernard
submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 28.05.2017
This photo was taken at Esma Studios in Oxford St, Sydney around 1925.
Left to right - Peter Stavro Zantiotis, Ekaterini (Katina) Zantiotis (Moulos), Stavroula Moulos (Kalopedis) and Athanasios Moulos.
Peter and Ekaterini are my paternal grandparents. Stavroula is my great grandmother and the mother of Ekaterini and Athanasios.
My grandfather was from Agia Anastasia and the Moulos family were from Logothetianika.
submitted by Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on 05.04.2017
From the archives of photos belonging to the family of Diamandis H. Chlentzos. It appears to have been sent to Diamandis in San Francisco.
I have a suspicion that it could be Michalis Patrikios and Marigo Combis as they look very similar to the people in another photo I posted here:
<a href="http://www.kythera-family.net/en/photos/diaspora-vintage-portraits-people/combis-family-members-circa-1920">Combis Family Members</a>
submitted by Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on 07.04.2017
The back row appears to be the Combis Brothers (Grecian Gladiators), Apostolos (1879-1947), Theodoros b.1982, and Athanasios (1885-1971).
I believe the man seated on the left is Michali Patrikios, husband of Marigo Combis, who is seated in the middle, and on the right I believe is Kyriakos Combis (1876-1920) but I would appreciate if someone could confirm ...
submitted by Photini Tambakis on 11.03.2017
Does anyone recoginize this family? I have inherited family photos and am not sure who these people are and how they are connected to my family. Some family names are TRIFILI (Cavacos), GEORGOPOULOU (Perpeti), MELITA from Melitianika, Tambakis.
Andreas K. Milioti
submitted by Photini Tambakis on 26.02.2017
Giorgos K Frilligou (Frilingos) family
This photo was sent to my Great-Grandfather Andreas Tambakis (Potomos) in February 1920. He was living in Pittsburgh PA at the time with his son Cosmas. His wife Eleni PANARETO was still living in Potomos.
On the back of the photo has writting on it: To Agapiton (my dear) Kyrios (Mr.) Theo (uncle) Andreas Tambakis (From the family of) Giorgos K Frilligou (Frilingos)
Does anyone recoginize this family and If so are ...
submitted by John Minchin on 26.09.2016
From the collection of Spiridoula Alfieris Georgopoulos
It was photographed in Esma Studios, Oxford St, Sydney. It is likely the photo was sent to relatives in Kythera.
On the back it says -
Ενθύμιο στη σεβαστή θεία Σπυριδουλα και Μαριγώ ... Μαρούλι ...
submitted by James Victor Prineas on 05.07.2016
Here's my great grandfather Brettos Haniotis with two of his three sons: Panayoti (Peter) and Theodorakis (Akis). Taken sometime around 1920.
submitted by Samson Tsahiridis on 08.04.2016
My grandmother Marian in the middle with her older sister Gloria on the first step to her left and then to her right is her younger brother Kosta and the girl further over is the other sister Ourania. Kosta and Ourania are still alive today as of April 7, 2016. My great-grandmother is Sophia Kontoleon was married to my great-grandfather, not pictured, John Kontoleon and they were both from Viarathika.
submitted by Eptanesian Union Greece on 19.12.2015
along with Dr Manolis Kalokerinos, at the 3rd Presentation of Ionian (Eptanisian) Union of Greece, Awards.
The awards were held on December 13, 2015,
December 13, 2015 in the National History Museum of the Old Parliament Building.
Invitation to Minas Coroneos to attend the ceremony to receive his award:
The awards ceremony takes place as an expression of respect and pride for Ionians who have excelled in various fields (art, science, ...
submitted by John Minchin on 26.11.2015
Panagiotis Demetrios Chlentzos with wife Eleni Diacopoulou, and daughter Stamatina (Bylos).
Photographed in Kythera c. 1920
Panagiotis travelled to Australia with Stamatina in June 1921. In December 1921 she married Peter Stathis (ex Keramouto).
submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 29.05.2015
My mum was born in Perlegianika in 1938. Her parents were Peter Anastasopoulos and Barbara Komninou.
In April 1956, my mother arrived in her new homeland aged 18. This photo was taken in Auburn, Sydney where she went to live with George and Koula Carydis.
submitted by Ethnos Newspaper on 19.05.2015
On the left is Thanasis and Toula Sklavos.
Οικογενειακή σύναξη στην Αυστραλία, μαζί με τους συγγενείς που έφτασαν από την Ελλάδα.
Στα δεξιά διακρίνονται ο Θανάσης και η Τούλα Σκλάβου.
ΕΘΝΟΣ «E» 17/5/2015
ΤΖΟΡΤΖ ΜΙΛΕΡ ΑΠΟΘΕΩΣΗ ΑΠΟ ΤΟΥΣ ΕΛΛΗΝΕΣ ΤΗΣ ΑΥΣΤΡΑΛΙΑΣ
submitted by S Negas on 21.06.2015
Brothers George & Steve Malos
submitted by S Negas on 30.05.2015
Steve and brother George Malos
submitted by S Negas on 27.07.2015
Paul Malos & family on their strawberry farm at Ormiston.
submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 12.05.2015
"It gave him something to do — to get up in the morning and do things." Photo: Wolter Peeters
Farewell to George Poulos, the man who made milkshakes in Summer Hill for 63 years
Sydney Morning Herald
Date May 11, 2015
He was a soldier and a hero. His family called him "the General". He made milkshakes in Summer Hill for 63 years and not once did he turn up for work in anything other than a long-sleeved ...
submitted by Hellenic War History on 09.05.2015
Maria was invited to give a talk in Canberra on 29 April 2015, at the opening for the art exhibition called "Lemnos - the Greek dimension in the Anzac Centenary."
Maria made historical reference to Lemnos and its contribution to the Allied War effort during World War I.
The 'Lemnos' presentation was organised as part of the events for the Centenary of the Australian and New Zealand Expeditionary Corps, in the presence of diplomatic corps representatives, local media, ...
submitted by Barbara Zantiotis on 24.04.2015
My father Stephen, an avid photographer in his younger years, took this photo at Bulli Tops in about 1949. He also processed and developed it.
Left to right - His mother Katina (Moulos/Mallos), Mr & Mrs Jordan, his father Peter and his brother Arthur (Archie).
My grandmother was from Logothetianika and my grandfather was from Agia Anastasia. My dad and his brother were born in Australia.
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