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19463:Gravestones > USA

submitted by Kytherian Art World on 03.10.2011

Gravestone of Lula Cavacos (nee, Chlenzos), Greek section, Woodlawn Cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland

Lula married Costantinos Andrew Cavacos (who is almost certainly buried there too) - the brother of Emmanuel.

Lula Cavacos

Born, Nov 20, 1901
Died, Mar 18, 1991

When members of his family died, Emmanuel Cavacos, undertook to create a beautiful monument, and to send it to be erected in the Greek section of this Cemetery in Baltimore. These gravestones lie in front of that monument.

Woodlawn Cemetery
2130 Woodlawn Drive
Baltimore, ...

19462:Gravestones > USA

submitted by Kytherian Art World on 03.10.2011

Cavacos gravestones in front of the monument created by Emmanuel Cavacos, in the Greek section of Woodlawn Cemetery in Baltimore, Maryland

When members of his family died, Emmanuel Cavacos, undertook to create a beautiful monument, and to send it to be erected in the Greek section of this Cemetery in Baltimore. These gravestones lie in front of that monument.

Woodlawn Cemetery
2130 Woodlawn Drive
Baltimore, Maryland, 21207

Greek-Americans and Kytherian-Americans interred in the Woodlawn Cemetery have been chronicled by Parish Historian, Nicholas M Prevos, in the book, Gone But Not Forgotten. ...

19461:Gravestones > USA

submitted by Kytherian Art World on 03.10.2011

Cavacos monument created by Emmanuel Cavacos, in the Greek section of a Cemetery in Baltimore

View from the back of the monument.

When members of his family died, Emmanuel Cavacos, undertook to create a beautiful monument, and to send it to be erected in the Greek section of this Cemetery in Baltimore. This is a recent photo of that magnifcent monument.

Woodlawn Cemetery
2130 Woodlawn Drive
Baltimore, Maryland, 21207

Greek-Americans and Kytherian-Americans interred in the Woodlawn Cemetery have been chronicled by Parish Historian, ...

19436:Gravestones > USA

submitted by Kytherian Art World on 03.10.2011

Cavacos monument created by Emmanuel Cavaco, in the Greek section of Woodlawn Cemetery in Baltimore, Maryland

When members of his family died, Emmanuel Cavacos, undertook to create a beautiful monument, and to send it to be erected in the Greek section of this Cemetery in Baltimore. This is a recent photo of that magnifcent monument.

Woodlawn Cemetery
2130 Woodlawn Drive
Baltimore, Maryland, 21207

Greek-Americans and Kytherian-Americans interred in the Woodlawn Cemetery have been chronicled by Parish Historian, Nicholas M Prevos, in the book, Gone But Not Forgotten. ...

14839:Gravestones > USA

submitted by Terry Chlentzos on 29.12.2007

Gravestone of Angelo D. Chlentzos

Gravestone of my uncle, Angelo R. Diamantis Chlentzos, at Tahoma National Cemetery in Kent, Washington. Uncle Angelo was a vaudeville entertainer and was known by his showbiz name "Eddie Ross."

He played the harmonica and ukulele and even in his golden years entertained at various senior citizen homes.

He is buried as a veteran of WW2 at Tahoma National Cemetery in Washington State, USA.

14083:Gravestones > USA

submitted by Kytherian Cultural Exchange on 14.09.2007

Gone But Not Forgotten.

Subtitle: A Definitive History of the Greek Section at Woodlawn Cemetery.

Author: Nicholas M Prevas

When Published: 2001

Publisher: Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation, Maryland, USA

Available: From the Author

Description: Quarto size, 200 page book, chronicling all Greeks buried in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Interesting from a Kytherian point of view, because a number of Kytherians are buried there.

13947:Gravestones > USA

submitted by Terry Chlentzos on 26.08.2007

Headstone of Yanoula Koulentianos Chlentzos, Los Angeles, California USA

Headstone of my grandmother, Yanoula Koulentianos Chlentzos. She was also known as Lulu and Jennie. She is buried at Inglewood Memorial Cemetery, in Los Angeles, California.

13946:Gravestones > USA

submitted by Terry Chlentzos on 26.08.2007

Headstone of the Chlentzos Brothers, Los Angeles, California

The gravestone of my father, William Diamantis Chlentzos and his brother, my uncle Philip Diamantis Chlentzos. Philip was killed in World War II, dying of injuries he sustained during the invasion of Omaha Beach in France on D-Day. They are interred at Inglewood Memorial Cemetery in Los Angeles, California, USA.

13867:Gravestones > USA

submitted by Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on 01.09.2007

Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, CA, USA

Mountain View Cemetery in Oakland, California
Greek Orthodox Church of the Ascension

Left:
"I am the resurrection and the life"

Right:
He who believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he lilve." (John 11:25)

Center:
"Brethren, we would not have you ignorant concerning those who are asleep, that you may not grieve as others do who have no hope. For since we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so, through Jesus, ...

13866:Gravestones > USA

submitted by Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on 02.08.2007

James and Evangeline Vrettos - 2002- Oakland, California, USA

This is the grave stone of my parents Jim & Angie Vrettos.....

James K. Vrettos
b. July 13, 1914, in Athens, Greece
d. July 29, 2002 in Oakland, CA

Evangeline Vrettos (nee Alfieris)
b. April 4, 1915 in Oakland, CA
d. Nov. 2, 2002 in Oakland, CA

Buried in the Greek Orthodox section of Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland California

Evangelne (Angie) was the daughter of Yiannis Alfieris (Potamos) and Maria Chlentzos ...

12663:Gravestones > USA

submitted by Emmanuel Strategos on 18.06.2007

Emmanuel Strategos

This is my grandfather and grandmother, he was born in Kythera (Milopotomos) 1908. Buried in Los Angelos, California.