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submitted by Terry Chlentzos on 20.03.2011

Chris Collins (Koulentianos) and family

Chris Collins (Koulentianos), his wife Eugenia, and children. Photo taken at Emm. Sofios studios in Kythera on 26 April, 1958. Chris returned to Kythera after a stint in the USA, and ultimately relocated to Chania in Crete.

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submitted by Terry Chlentzos on 20.03.2011

My father, Bill (Vasilios) Chlentzos

Photo taken at Witzel Studios in Los Angeles in 1932

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submitted by Terry Chlentzos on 20.03.2011

George Diamantis Chlentzos

My uncle George Diamantis Chlentzos, who sadly passed away at the age of 6 from infantile paralysis (polio) in Salinas, California in 1926.

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submitted by Terry Chlentzos on 20.03.2011

Diamantis Chlentzos in Yokohama, Japan c. 1905

My grandfather Diamantis Chlentzos. Photo taken in Yokohama, Japan, most likely in 1905 when he sailed as a ship's carpenter from Sydney to San Francisco.

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submitted by Terry Chlentzos on 16.03.2011

Chlentzos family in Los Angeles c. 1954-- who are the visitors from Australia?

Three generations of the Chlentzos family in Los Angeles, c. 1954
Front row: Philip Adkins, Keith Adkis, Ann Chlentzos Dryden, Cal Dryden, Diamantis Chlentzos, Yanoula Koulentianos Chlentzos, John Alfieris, Mary Chlentzos Alfieris.

Back row: Barbara Chlentzos Adkins, Steve Clensos, Harry Chlentzos. The two remaining gentlemen in the back row are identified as visitors from Australia. Does anyone know who they are?

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submitted by Terry Chlentzos on 07.03.2011

Steven Clensos, Hollywood makeup artist and actor

Shown second from left is my uncle Steven Clensos, shown in a publicity photo for a Hollywood Western film. Steve was a well-known Hollywood makeup artist, writer, and actor. View his filmography at http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0166360/

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submitted by Kytherian Biographies Project on 04.03.2011

Leonard (Len) George Notaras

AM 2003. LL.BA (Hons), BMed, MHA, DipComm (Newcastle), AFCHSE, MA (Military History);

Son of George and Mary-Theresa Notaras, born May 29, 1951, Educated at Marist Brothers, Newcastle. Married to Robyn Cahill.

Executive Director, National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre 2009-current.

General Manager Royal Darwin Hospital 2007-2009; Northern Territory Principal Medical Consultant, Royal Darwin Hospital; Director of Medical Services, ...

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submitted by Terry Chlentzos on 03.03.2011

Diamantis and Yanoula Chlentzos

My grandparents, Diamantis and Yanoula Chlentzos, in Los Angeles, California on 2 September, 1952

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submitted by Terry Chlentzos on 03.03.2011

Yanoula Chlentzos and her grandsons

Yanoula Chlentzos is shown with her grandsons Philip Adkins (left) and Keith Adkins (right) in Los Angeles, California. Photo dated 1 May, 1949

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submitted by Terry Chlentzos on 03.03.2011

Yanoula Chlentzos and her daughters

Yanoula Koulentianos Chlentzos, center, with her daughters Barbara Chlentzos Adkins (left) and Ann Chlentzos Dryden (right), in Los Angeles, California. Photo taken 21 April 1967

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submitted by Kytherian World Heritage Fund on 02.02.2011

George Feros. George, his passion

Author: Ruby Brown (nee, Feros)

When Published: 2010

Publisher: Kytherian World Heritage Fund. Kytherian Publishing and Media.

ISBN: 9780646500423

Dewey Number: 994.00489

Cost: $50 + $10 postage and handling.

(Up to three copies can be posted at the same time for the same cost of postage.)

Available: Phone Ruby Brown Ferros on 0427 484 002

or

Emal: Email, ...

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submitted by John Andrews on 17.01.2011

Harry Vangis

long term proprietor of Peters Cafe. next to the Roxy Theatre, Bingara.

From a photo at Arthur Gerakiteys wedding

Harry Vangis
b. 24 October 1903 Karavas Kythera
d. 20 Oct 1976 aged 72 years Bingara NSW
Buried Bingara Cemetery

Harry ...

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submitted by Kytherian World Heritage Fund on 30.11.2010

Damian N Andronicus, looking across the city from his front balcony

Life in Australia, 1916….how history unfolded in the ensuing generations.

Story number 1:

Damian N Andronicus(Diamianos Andronikos) ……the last man standing…..


Life in Australia , written in 1916, was the first book published in the Greek language ...

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submitted by Kytherian World Heritage Fund on 30.11.2010

Damian N Andronicus, holding the book Life in Australia open.....

at the pages were he is depicted as a young child in his fathers arms. (Pages 165-166).

Life in Australia, 1916….how history unfolded in the ensuing generations.

Story number 1:

Damian N Andronicus(Diamianos Andronikos) ……the last man standing…..


Life ...

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submitted by Kytherian World Heritage Fund on 30.11.2010

Damian N Andronicus in his home, September 2010

Life in Australia, 1916….how history unfolded in the ensuing generations.

Story number 1:

Damian N Andronicus (Diamianos Andronikos) ……the last man standing…..


Life in Australia , written in 1916, was the first book published in the Greek language in Australia. It was also an important first chronicle of Hellenic involvement in Australian ...

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 15.11.2010

Hugh Gilchrist. Tales of diplomacy and adventure earned through a life less ordinary

Sydney Morning Herald

Date: November 16 2010

Hugh Gilchrist, 1916-2010
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Hugh Gilchrist gave Australia long and distinguished diplomatic service, in peace and war, at home and abroad. In retirement, his three-volume work, Australians and Greeks, made a unique contribution to Australian-Greek relations and to the Greek community here.

He will be remembered as a modest man of high intellectual ability, generous and kind-hearted, ...

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submitted by Jim Saltis on 13.11.2010

Athanasios Emanuel Protopsaltis

My father, Athanasios Emanuel Protopsaltis, nickname Blaveri, was born on the idyllic village of Mitata on the Aphrodite’s island of Kythera at the turn of the twentieth century 1900. We know very little of his childhood. He attended school for two years and at the tender age of nine he was shipped off to Piraeus to earn his own living. His first job was washing glasses and crockery at a taverna in Troumba, an area near the harbour, famous for its small-time criminals and deviants.

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submitted by The Daily Examiner, Grafton on 03.11.2010

Excited: Arron Larkin, Kira Johnstone and Lauren Thomas, of Grafton, get ready to enjoy one of the first movies shown at the redeveloped Saraton Theatre, Tomorrow When the War Began

Near seamless opening for Saraton

The Daily Examiner

3rd September 2010

Tim Howard


Apparently there were teething problems during the first day of screening at the redeveloped Saraton Theatre in Grafton yesterday.

Not that anyone would have noticed.

Patrons who came to see their first movie in two-and-a-half years at the historic cinema came away amazed and full of praise.

“Worth ...

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submitted by The Daily Examiner, Grafton on 03.11.2010

Saraton Theatre opens today

The Daily Examiner

2nd September 2010

Tim Howard

Photograph: Lights, camera, action: Saraton Theatre manager Robbie Seymour is all ready for the reopening of the historic theatre in Grafton.


Today Clarence Valley cinema lovers will get their first look inside a state-of-the-art movie complex that has been two and a half years in the building.

The Saraton Theatre’s three cinemas will hold a ‘soft’ opening ...

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submitted by The Daily Examiner, Grafton on 03.11.2010

Cinema is worth the wait

Spiro and Angelo Notaras look out into one of two 160-seat cinemas at the Saraton Theatre complex

Daily Examiner

21st May 2010


Like 12-year-old boys building a motorbike, Angelo and Spiro Notaras are giddy with excitement over their project.

Except the “project” has cost a motza and the “boys” are 77 years of age.

Two of Grafton’s best known faces, the cousins say they can’t go anywhere in public ...