submitted by Dr. Marika A. Leibrandt on 08.06.2014
Order of Australia Medal, Government House, Sydney, 2001.
Photo: Marika A. Leibrandt
submitted by Anna Cominos on 06.06.2014
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submitted by Anna Cominos on 05.05.2014
submitted by Anna Cominos on 02.05.2014
Sometimes the clouds and stars, silently know more than us mortals. The passing of the enigmatic Panayiotis (Peter) Magonezos seems surreal to all, both on Kythera and in Australia. Born on Kythera, on the 23rd April 1957, he was the eldest of 3 children, born to George and Vassiliki. Panayiotis passion was the restoration and renovation of old buildings, his vision of renewing the old can be witnessed as you drive through the winding roads of Aroniadika. Indeed, he did over a hundred such ...
submitted by KCA Admin on 16.03.2014
Men carrying loads of furze on pitchforks to feed the fire of a lime kiln, Dokana, 1962. Photo by J.M. Koksma (35 mm colour transparency), Koksma/Bingen Archive.
A functioning lime kiln by the main road, Dokana, 1962. Photo by J.M. Koksma (35 mm colour transparency), Koksma/Bingen Archive.
Celebration of the union of the Ionian Islands with Greece, Market Square, Potamos, 1962. Photo by J.M. Koksma (35 mm colour transparency), Koksma/Bingen Archive.
submitted by KCA Admin on 15.02.2014
Construction of the paved road from Leivadi to Kato Leivadi with volunteer labour, 1966
Installing the piped water network in Potamos, 1962
Ploughing with a team of donkeys or mules, Kythera 1962.
submitted by KCA Admin on 05.02.2014
submitted by Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on 04.02.2014
Author: George N. Helmis
When Published: 1915
Publisher: The Helmis Press, New York City, New York, USA
Available: no longer available
Description: A listing of Greek-American businesses across the USA and Canada in 1915
The book can be viewed online at www.archive.org by clicking on the following link:
United States and Canada business directory
submitted by Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on 03.02.2014
Apo Tin Palaia Kai Sigxroni Kytheraiki Zoi - From the Old and Modern Kytherian LIfe, Part 1
Author: John Kassimates
When Published: 1957
A book of poems and stories by Panos Filis published in 1956
Author: Panos Filis
When Published: 1949
Description: A book of poems and stories
An annual periodical outlining life in Kythera during the period of July 1, 1922 through June 30, 1923 which includes; births, deaths, marriages, and baptisms, as well as social and economic information regarding the people residing in Kythera. Community activities of Kytherains in the USA is included as well.
submitted by Amanda Rosso Buckton on 25.01.2014
submitted by Wendy Cassimaty on 23.01.2014
I am the editor of a family web-site : benardoutlite.com which collates the known history of the Benardout family from...
Interviewed by Joshua Kepreotis
Sitting in his office in Livadi, wearing his signature suit and tie, Manolis Cassimatis –...
Kythera: An Island Named Desire Film
written by Mario Romano October 14, 2020
There’s a lot going on in James...
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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.
August 17, 2010
103.2 HOPE - radio station
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Gorgeous Ruby! Ruby's father was Evangelo Megaloconomos born 7 September 1891, died 29 January 1983
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I believe we are distant relatives ... Gavrelis is our americanized Greek family name from Kythera.
03.10.2020 (Message Board)
My Papou is Evriades Gavrelis from Logothetianika who came to America before WWI. Evriades and his cousin...
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Not sure if I can help if she was born in Smyrna. Lots of Kytherians emigrated to...
My maternal grandparents were Greek . I believe they were born in Smyrna & emigrated to Egypt....