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Looking for relatives of Nikolaos and Maria Bilikopoulos from Maramara

submitted by Maria Bilikopoulos on 10.12.2004

Hello, I decided to google our last name and came up with your site. My grandparents names were Nikolaos and Maria Bilikopoulos and they emmigrated to Nea Palatia, Attikis, Greece from Maramara, in I believe around 1915. Apparently, some of their r...

Estia Festival. Hobart, Tasmania. 2005

submitted by George Poulos on 08.12.2004

Date: 06 Mar 2005 - 18 Mar 2005 Festival for the month of March, showcasing Greek-Australian talents in diverse fields such as music, sport, dance, graphic art, theatre and fashion design. Event dates: Street festival 6 March Taverna ni...

Trifillis' in Potamos

submitted by Peter Trearchis on 02.12.2004

Has anyone ever heard of a Nikos Trifillis who was the mayor of Potamos for about 15 years and died in either Potamos or Trifilianika? His parents were Panagiotis (Peter) Trifillis and Fotinoula (Foteine) Trifillis.

Birth certificate

submitted by Michael Mattys on 02.12.2004

Can anyone please tell me how I can get a copy of my father's birth certificate. He was born in Pitsinades in 1907 Michael Mattys (Mavromatia)

Stamatoula (Psaros) Leftheris

submitted by Faye Leftheris-Cosma on 28.11.2004

If anyone has any pictures of Stamatoula to share, her only son,Panayotis Leftheris would be most grateful. She died when he was 1 1/2 yrs. old and he has never been able to find one photo of her. He is now aged 85, living in Sharon, PA, USA. He...

aroni eleni searching for family tree

submitted by Aroni Eleni on 25.11.2004

i was born in alexandria egypt at 1958, so was my father alexander aronis ,my grandfather nicolas aronis ,had a coffee shop in egypt,died 1954, his father was michalis grandfather anna aroni was born in alexandria egypt and her father was r...

Canberra's Multicultural Centre to be named in Honour of Theo Notaras

submitted by George Poulos on 21.11.2004

Media Release of the Chief Minister, Jon Stanthope MLA, Attorney General, Minister for the Environment, Minister for Community Affairs, and Member for Ginninderra. 25th September, 2004. Chief Minister Jon Stanthope today announced that the Canbe...


submitted by Peter Trearchis on 09.11.2004

Has anyone ever heard of a Yiannis Melitas? I think he was a highschool teacher in Potamos. He is a first cousin of my grandmother Efrosini (Trifillis) Trearchis.

Photographs of Kytherian cinema owners and operators?

submitted by George Poulos on 04.11.2004

One of Kevin Cork's laments in Chapter 7, Picture Gallery, of his Ph.D thesis - is that he could not find photographs of: ARONEY, Emanuel (c1890 - 1972); FEROS, Panayiotis (c1890 - 19.12.1954); PSALTIS, Georgeos (c1900 - c1970s) "Unfort...

Mouldy Bread

submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 03.11.2004

Please go to Culture section, sub-section Home Remedies and read about mouldy bread.


submitted by George Poulos on 03.11.2004

The Next Induction Ceremony has been moved forward. Master of ceremonies will be Alan Jones, prominent Sydney radio announcer. Note the date in your diary from now: Saturday, 12th February, 2005, at the Wentworth Hotel in Sydney. It will be a n...

Discover your Kytherian roots holiday idea

submitted by Ellena Galtos on 01.11.2004

James Prineas must have been reading my mind... his suggestion in the latest newsletter about arranging a 'discover your roots' holiday in Kythera in October 2005 fits in well with plans I was making anyway. I have been planning a trip to Europe nex...


submitted by George Poulos on 01.11.2004

Note that the next induction ceremony for the Greek Australian Sports Hall of Fame will be conducted ob the 5th November, 2004, at the Wentworth Hotel, Sydney. Inductees include: Spyridakos, Tony: Soccer Taliadoros, Kimon: Soccer Tohouroglou, K...

October 28th

submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 28.10.2004

To commemorate this Greek National Day,please go to Culture,subsection songs and poems and read "To Parapono tis Ellados". It is written in Greek.


submitted by Faye Leftheris-Cosma on 28.10.2004

We are looking for any family from Kythera with connection to Nicholas P. Leftheris who died in 1964 in Masury, OH USA at age 72. His first wife, Stamatoula Psaros died from influenza after just a 2 years of marriage. She left behind her 1 1/2 yr. so...

Kytherian family in St. Louis, Missouri, USA

submitted by Peter Trearchis on 26.10.2004

Hi- I am trying to figure out the last name of one of my grandmother's cousins. The cousin was Foto (_____) Panaretos. Foto corresponded with my grandmother from St. Louis. Names in this Kytherian family included Mina, Nikola, Vasiliki, Basiliki, an...


submitted by Peter Trearchis on 22.10.2004

Anyone ever heard of a Triarchis family in Kythera, Egypt, Smyrna? My e-mail is

Claudia Karvan - Kytherian television icon?

submitted by George Poulos on 21.10.2004

An article by Tim Blair in the Bulletin (Dec 2003) confirms that "Karvan’s family emigrated to Australia from Greece".!open According to the web-site at...

Moving to Kythera

submitted by Nicholas Marudas on 18.10.2004

Hello everyone! I am a decendant of the Samios family. My Grandmother was Maria Samios, wife of Peter Samios. My mother is Georgia Samios Marudas. We currently reside in Baltimore Maryland, USA. We will be moving to Kythera to start our family. We ca...

Frederick Rand on the 27th of January 1945

submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 13.10.2004

Captain Frederick Rand was appointed the first caretaker of Kythera after Greece was liberated after World War II. A street in Hora was named in his honour. Does anyone know what happened to the street sign? For more information see section "History"...