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1107:Photos > Diaspora Vintage Portraits/ People

submitted by Peter Samios on 08.04.2010

Penelope and Panayioti Samios

Penelope and Panayioti were engaged in 1933 and married in 1934 in Aloizianika, Kythera.

954:Photos > Diaspora Vintage Portraits/ People

submitted by James Gavriles on 20.01.2004

Supreme court justice Theodore Souris

State Bar Mourns the Loss of Former Justice Theodore Souris
State Bar leaders have expressed deep sadness on the death of Theodore Souris, a former justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, who succumbed to leukemia on June 21st, 2002 in Chicago. He was 76 years old.
Souris was first appointed to the Michigan Supreme Court in January 1960 by former governor G. Mennen Williams, and elected in November the same year to a term expiring in 1969. At age 33, he was the youngest justice to ...

930:Photos > Diaspora Vintage Portraits/ People

submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 14.01.2004

Leaving for Australia 1939

Stratis Tzannes (third from right) about to leave Greece for Australia with his bride Phofo (nee Panaretos) (third from left). Also pictured, Peter Crithary (left) and Phofo’s father Spiros Panaretos (second from left)

Family name: Panaretos & Tzannes
Village of origin: Potamos & Livadi
Photo taken: Greece 1939

929:Photos > Diaspora Vintage Portraits/ People

submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 14.01.2004

Spiros and Eleni Panaretos wedding photo, Kythera, 1906

Spiros Panaretos and Eleni Gengos were married on Kythera in 1906. They had seven children, five of whom came to Australia. The second youngest Phofo married Stratis Tzannes from Livadi in 1939.

Family name: Panaretos
Village of origin: Potamos
Photo taken: Kythera, 1906

928:Photos > Diaspora Vintage Portraits/ People

submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 14.01.2004

Tzannes clan on Kythera

From left to right: Manoli Travis, Maria Travis (nee Tzannes), Stratis Tzannes, Annetta Tzannes, Arhondo Tzannes (nee Panaretos), Manoli Tzannes and Kalomira Tzannes (their mother and mother in law)

Family name: Tzannes
Village of origin: Livadi
Photo taken: 1938-9

927:Photos > Diaspora Vintage Portraits/ People

submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 14.01.2004

Tzannes brothers in Armidale NSW, c1945

From left to right: brothers Con, Jack, Charles and Stratis Tzannes.

Stratis, the eldest brother, had arranged for three of his four surviving brothers to migrate to Australia. The fourth and youngest brother Dimitri remained in Greece.

Family name: Tzannes
Village of origin: Livadi
Photo taken: Armidale, NSW c1945

926:Photos > Diaspora Vintage Portraits/ People

submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 14.01.2004

Stratis and Phofo Tzannes wedding portrait

When Stratis and Phofo (nee Panaretos) married they had to go to Athens to find a priest who would marry them because Stratis’ brother had earlier married Phofo’s sister and the Kytherian priests would not marry them.

Family name: Tzannes & Panaretos
Village of origin: Livadi & Potamos
Photo taken: May 1939 in Athens

925:Photos > Diaspora Vintage Portraits/ People

submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 14.01.2004

Stratis and Phofo Tzannes in Sydney, 1940

Stratis (left) and Phofo Tzannes (nee Panaretos) as newlyweds in their first home on arrival in Australia from Greece.

Family name: Tzannes & Panaretos
Village of origin: Livadi & Potamos
Photo taken: 1940

924:Photos > Diaspora Vintage Portraits/ People

submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 14.01.2004

Panaretos brothers in Glen-Innes c1943

Peter (left) and his younger brother Andy. Leaning against a borrowed car in Glen-Innes NSW Australia.

Family name: Panaretos
Village of origin: Potamos
Photo taken: circa 1943

883:Photos > Diaspora Vintage Portraits/ People

submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 07.01.2004

The Panaretos family in the early 1940’s

Andy Panaretos (middle front), Peter Panaretos (the muscle man), Maria Freeleagus (nee Panaretos) (left), and Maria’s husband Kiriakos Freeleagus (right).

Kiriakos Freeleagus was a member of the very prominent and prosperous Freeleagus family in Brisbane where he and Maria settled. His businesses included Brisbane’s fresh food and ice supplies and the Treasury Café in Queens Street, Brisbane, Queensland.

Family name: Panaretos
Village of origin: Potamos

882:Photos > Diaspora Vintage Portraits/ People

submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 14.01.2004

Peter Panaretos in the 1940’s

Peter Panaretos flexing his muscles in the 1940’s

Peter Panaretos settled in Glen-Innes (near Armidale) in NSW, and took over the Peter’s store. He ran the business with his brother Andy (the 7th child of Spiros Panaretos) until he died from pneumonia in 1944. He was in his late 20’s. Peter left the business to Andy who then ran it for many decades.

Family name: Panaretos
Village of origin: Potamos
Photo taken: circa 1940’s

881:Photos > Diaspora Vintage Portraits/ People

submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 05.01.2004

Spiros Panaretos in naval cadet uniform circa 1895

Spiros Panaretos in naval cadet uniform. Photo taken before he travelled to Australia circa 1895.

Family name: Panaretos
Village of origin: Potamos
Photo taken: circa 1895
Spiros Panaretos born in 1876

880:Photos > Diaspora Vintage Portraits/ People

submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 05.01.2004

Father Evangelos Crithary the priest of Karavas and his wife Stamatia (nee Panaretos)

Father Evangelos Crithary the priest of Karavas and his wife Stamatia (nee Panaretos).

Family name: Crithary & Panaretos
Village of origin: Karavas & Potamos
Photo taken: circa 1908

879:Photos > Diaspora Vintage Portraits/ People

submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 05.01.2004

Spiros and Maria Panaretos circa 1908

Spiros Panaretos with his mother Maria (nee Marcellos) circa 1908. This photo was taken when he returned to Kythera from Australia.

Family name: Panaretos
Village of origin: Potamos
Photo taken: circa 1908

878:Photos > Diaspora Vintage Portraits/ People

submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 14.01.2004

Spiros Panaretos with his father Peter Panaretos circa 1908

Spiros came to Australia in the late 1890’s and built up the Peter’s stores in the New England District NSW. He regularly bicycled between them.

He returned to Greece in 1906 to marry Eleni Gengos. He was dissuaded by his family and his own personal experiences from returning to Australia to live permanently. Soon after his marriage he returned to Australia with his young nephew Peter Crithary so as to transfer his businesses to various members of his family and to friends. ...

877:Photos > Diaspora Vintage Portraits/ People

submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 14.01.2004

Panaretos Brothers - Spiros and Minas

Left to right: Spiros Panaretos, the youngest of four brothers, with his eldest brother Minas Panaretos.

Family name: Panaretos
Village of origin: Potamos
Photo taken: circa late 1890’s

876:Photos > Diaspora Vintage Portraits/ People

submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 05.01.2004

Three Panaretos Brothers circa 1908

Left to right: Dimitris, Mihalis and Spiros Panaretos

Family name: Panaretos
Village of origin: Potamos
Photo taken: circa 1908

850:Photos > Diaspora Vintage Portraits/ People

submitted by Peter Comino on 10.12.2003

1920's Armidale

This photo was taken in Armidale, probably in the 1920s.
George Comino (Galanis) is seated 5th from the right.

849:Photos > Diaspora Vintage Portraits/ People

submitted by Peter Comino on 10.12.2003

Comino Children in Armidale

Peter Comino
Irene Calligeros (nee. Comino)
George Comino
nickname Galanis
in Armidale: early 1940's

848:Photos > Diaspora Vintage Portraits/ People

submitted by Peter Comino on 10.12.2003

Manual Comino - Galanis

Manual Comino - Galanis
taken in the late 20s or early 30's in Australia