submitted by William Notaras on 19.12.2013
Angelo Notaras with his wife Mary. Angelo was awarded the "Cross of St. Andrew", the Greek Orthodox Church's highest award - given for exceptional charitable work.
Angelo's wife Mary is the daughter of Vasily (Bill) Kalokerinos (Summers) of Alexandrathes (1905 - 1978) and Theodora (Glitsos) of Dokona (1910 - 1975). Angelo has three children, Anthea, Anthony and William. John has one child Melanie, (Thea (deceased).
submitted by Maryann Mazarick-stoner on 17.04.2005
Mary Betty Mazarick (1933-1947) the youngest child of Michael and May Mazarick, died at 14 years of age in a gym accident at school.She was known for her sweet nature. Her garnet birthstone ring was passed down to her niece twenty years later, who shared her name and a January birthday. The ring has been passed on once more to her great-niece, who also shares a January birthday. Mary Betty's picture remained by her mother, May Mazarick's bedside until her death in 1983. Her picture is now by her ...
submitted by Maryann Mazarick-stoner on 04.05.2005
May Fishel Mazarick (1893-1983) married Michael E. Mazarick in Pennsylvania on June 14, 1926. She was thirty-three years old as a bride, which was quite old for that generation.
May was an attractive young woman,who had little time to consider "suitors" as her family was counting on her for support. Her father died in a hunting accident when she was a child. Her sister, Emma, was plagued with mental problems and so, May was the backbone of the family. She worked to earn money for her family. ...
submitted by Maryann Mazarick-stoner on 24.04.2005
Michael Mazarick (1893-1970) was born in Kythera. His family came from the village of Hora. He was the only son born to Emanuel and Irene (Roditis) Mazarakis, along with his nine sisters.
He was educated at some point by the priests in Alexandra, as it was his parents dream that he become a priest. As it turned out, their dream was not his own. It was said that he spoke five or six languages, thanks to his fine education. But he had other plans.
He left, as a young man, for ...
submitted by John Tzannes on 03.04.2005
The Tzannes family ("Pateros") photograph was taken in Kythera in 1928 and sent to the older sons Stratis & Jack who were in Australia. The final photo was spliced with Stratis & Jack (far right)added in Sydney and then sent back to Kythera as a New Year Greeting in 1929.
Family members are (back row left to right)Maryo Travis (USA), Spiro Tzannes (my papou), Manoli Tzannes, Con Tzannes (Australia), (front row left to right) Dimitri Tzannes (Greece), Kosma Tzannes (my father), Kalomira Tzannes ...
submitted by Peter Makarthis on 28.03.2005
Manolis Cassimatis visiting friends and relatives at Manilla NSW Australia March 2005.
left to right
PeterMcCarthy(Inverell), Paul Kalokerinos(Manilla), Manolis Cassimatis(Kato Livadi)and Sophia(nee Psaros)McCarthy
submitted by Victor Panaretos on 12.03.2005
At his home in Dubbo, New South Wales. April, 2004.
submitted by James Victor Prineas on 21.02.2005
Daughter of Dimitri George (Tzortzopoulos) and Athena Connell, whose life history has been recounted in History, subsection, General History at some length. As has the history of her grandparents, George Dimitri Tzortzopoulos, and Olympia Tzortzopoulos (nee, Tzortzopoulos).
As a bridesmaid at the wedding of Helen Levantis and Peter Zantiotis (Zantes). Ollie sent this photograph to her grandmother and namesake Olympia, in Karavas, Kythera, with this inscription on the ...
submitted by Gregory Perry on 08.02.2005
Ruby and her brothers in Brisbane in about 1936
submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 14.03.2005
By request of "Kythera Cultural Association", this is the story of the three cousins, whose father was murdered.In this photograph the two Sisters, my mother, Maria Kalokairinou and her sister Titika Zervoulakou. My mother was killed in a horiffic accident in Kythera while walking my blind father towards Kapsali.Titika was married to Leonidas and had three daughters. They lived in Athens and during the war, they were hiding British spies in their house. After the war, My uncle Leonidas, was tortured ...
submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 02.02.2005
This is my first day in Australia 26th May 1950 , with my sister Pipitsa(deceased)
submitted by Thespina Kastrisiou on 30.01.2005
Dimitris migrated to Australia at a young age and made his fortune with land and restaurants, later bringing out other members of his family, including his sister Koula, with whome he is pictured here.
submitted by Betty Summers (nee, Notaras) on 31.05.2006
Left: Anthony Notaras
Right: Theo Notaras
Left: Muriel Notaras (nee, Frilingos)
Baby: Lambrinos Notaras
Right: Jack Notaras
Photograph taken in 1930. (March 3)
submitted by George Poulos on 15.09.2005
Athena was a Kanellakopoulos, from Accrata. The family anglaicised their name to Connell.
She married: Dimitri George Poulos, (Tzortzopoulos), Karavas, Greece, and Goulburn, New South Wales, on 16th June 1926.
The wedding took place in Sydney.
Wedding photo of Dimitri (Tzortzo)Poulos and Athena Connell
The history of Dimitri's (James) ...
submitted by George Poulos on 18.09.2005
Dimitri George Poulos, (Tzortzopoulos), Hlihlis, Karavas, Greece, and Goulburn, New South Wales, on 16th June 1926, on his wedding day.
The history of Dimitri's (James) parents, George and Olympia, of Karavas, Kythera, has been recounted in some detail in Photography Island, subsection, Vintage Portraits/People.
Dimitri was my father, Con George (Tzortzo)Poulos's, oldest brother. My father was 6 years old when Dimitri emigrated to Australia.
submitted by Kiriaki Orfanos on 14.01.2005
Con Simos was born on 10/3/1927. in the village of Kousounari, in Kythera. He was the oldest of twin boys.
For a more detailed history of the Simos family, and the Levounes family from Potamos, see the entry by Maria Simos-Levounes. My Story., in History, subsection, Oral History.
submitted by James Gavriles on 10.01.2005
A picture of Con Gavrilis and friends at Port Said, while on stop over during his imigration to Australia. 3rd from the left
4-13-47. Maybe someone can identify friends?
submitted by Peter Vanges on 08.01.2005
Peter Vanges. Kythera. A History. 1993.
Kytherian Brotherhood of Australia (NSW)
Can we name the 11 men in this photograph?
submitted by Kiriaki Orfanos on 06.01.2005
For a more detailed history of the Levounes family from Potamos, and the Simos family, see the entry by Maria Simos-Levounes. My Story., in History, subsection, Oral History.
Andrew Simos was born in Kythera in 1880.
For a more detailed history of the Nicolassis family, and the Levounes family from Potamos, and the Simos family, see the entry by Maria Simos-Levounes. My Story., in History, subsection, Oral History.
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