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submitted by Terry Chlentzos on 24.01.2006

Peter Clentzos and his aunt Kyrani Katsoulis

Peter Clentzos seated on "Krikos" the donkey, and his aunt Kyrani Chlentzos Katsoulis.

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submitted by Terry Chlentzos on 24.01.2006

Chris Tsampiras

Mr. Chris Tsampiras, a grocer. Photo by Peter Clentzos during his Greek Track and Field tour in 1935

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submitted by Terry Chlentzos on 24.01.2006

Mr. & Mrs. Bilekys and son

Mr. Bilekys (Bitsilakas)right, his wife Stamatoula Tsampiras Belikys, center, and their son George. Photo taken by Peter Clentzos during his 1935 Greek Track and Field Tour

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submitted by Eric C Poulos on 27.12.2005

Evangalia (Tzortzo)Poulos (nee, Koroneos), with the children of Gina Kalokerinos, of Greystanes, Sydney, and later Holland.

Gina, daughter of Markos and Helen Kalocerinos, married Felix ........, from Holland.

Evangalia and her husband Con (Tzortzo)Poulos, were very good friends with Markos and Helen Kalocerinos.

They have lived in Holland for a number of decades, but visit Kythera regularly.

Mum had journeyed to Kythera for a number of months, and lived in the Tzorzopoulos patriko spitti in Karavas.

Felix and family visited Envangalia there often.

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submitted by Eric C Poulos on 27.12.2005

I Mummi, The Midwife, playing domino's.

All her relatives and friends will vouch for the fact that she was absolutely passionate about the game of domino's.

She was the "Queen of the table" when domino's was being played in her home - the Tzortzopoulos patriko spitti - Karavas.

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submitted by Eric C Poulos on 27.12.2005

Yia yia Kirrani Koroneos (nee, Souris), walking through the fields.

As my brother Phillip says:

"Yia yia Kirrani was a Souris, from Yerakari, who lived in my great-grandfather's Theothosios's house, on the 90º bend which leads down to the kendro at Amir Ali. Kirrani was my grandfather's (my namesake) Trunduphilos's second wife.

Kirrani worked extremely hard until she was almost 90, tending the many Koroneika properties in and around Karavas.

Her one dream was that all the properties pass in tact to all the descendants ...

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submitted by Phillip Con Poulos on 27.12.2005

Kirrani Souris, a friend and three small goats.

On Koroneiko land in Karavas.

Yia yia Kirrani was a Souris, from Yerakari, who lived in my great-grandfather's Theothosios's house, on the 90º bend which leads down to the kendro at Amir Ali. Kirrani was my grandfather's (my namesake) Trunduphilos's second wife.

Kirrani worked extremely hard until she was almost 90, tending the many Koroneika properties in and around Karavas.

Her one dream was that all the properties pass in tact to all ...

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submitted by Phillip Con Poulos on 18.03.2006

Kirrani Souris. My yia yia. Seated imperiously.

My yia yia always possessed a powerful sense of dignity.

She was a Souris, from Yerakari, who lived in my great-grandfather's Theothosios's house, on the 90º bend which leads down to the kendro at Amir Ali. Kirrani was my grandfather's (my namesake) Trunduphilos's second wife.

Triunduphilo, my pappou, was the mayor of Karavas for 13 years. During his administration he performed many fine civic deeds for Karavas and surrounding towns under his jurisdiction, such as helping ...

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submitted by Phillip Con Poulos on 28.02.2006

Con George Poulos, family and friends, On Kythera. 1975.

Back Row:

Con Poulos, of Gilgandra Fruit Mart "fame", and later of Greystanes, near Parramatta, in Sydney, NSW.

My uncle Theothosios (Theo) Koroneos (Corones), my mother Evangalia's (Angie's) older brother, who tragically lost his leg as a young man.

He became a fairly good artist, and painted many Kytherian and Hellenic scenes in his life time. At this time he was making an attempt to transplant himself back to Kythera, having left at age 12, ...

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submitted by Phillip Con Poulos on 27.12.2005

Con George Poulos, at the taverna. With family and friends. 1975.

Left to right:

Yia yia, Kirrani Souris, from Yerakari, who lived in my great-grandfather's Theothosios's house, on the 90º bend which leads down to the kendro at Amir Ali. Kirrani was my grandfather's (my namesake) Trunduphilos's second wife.

Young woman facing away(?)

Con Poulos, of Gilgandra Fruit Mart "fame", and later of Greystanes, near Parramatta, in Sydney, NSW.

Ri Ri. My fathers older brother Theothori - married to "Mummi" ...

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submitted by Phillip Con Poulos on 27.12.2005

Con George Poulos, family and friends, on Kythera.

My father, Con George (Tzortzo)Poulos, was a reluctant traveller. He constantly resisted his own urges to travel back to Greece and Kythera.

However, when he succumbed, and he was on the island, he always enjoyed himeself.

The following is taken at the Tzortzopoulo patriko spitti, in Karavas.

The house is tucked into the hillside, on the left, as you walk down from the steps leading up to Ayios Haralambos, towards Koronianika.

Left to ...

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submitted by Woman's Day on 25.12.2005

Mrs Georgia Veneris, aged 88, in the doorway of her quarters...

...at the monastery of St Mirtidion, with Mr George Calligeros, the high school secretary. 1976.

One of 22 photographs in a supplement on Kythera, in the Woman's Day. August 2, 1976. pp. 20-25.

From this tiny Greek island came 100,000 'new' Aussies.

People of Kythera longed for opportunity so they came to Australia, bringing ways and traditions that were new and interesting to us. They worked hard and grew to love their new country but home-sickness ...

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submitted by Woman's Day on 25.12.2005

Gloria Conomos. of Orange NSW, in Hora. 1976. She was born in Australia.

One of 22 photographs in a supplement on Kythera, in the Woman's Day. August 2, 1976. pp. 20-25.

From this tiny Greek island came 100,000 'new' Aussies.

People of Kythera longed for opportunity so they came to Australia, bringing ways and traditions that were new and interesting to us. They worked hard and grew to love their new country but home-sickness sends some back to visit; some to stay.

Here's a look at the island today.

By ...

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submitted by Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on 06.02.2007

Chlentzos / Alfieris

Can anyone help identify this person? I beleive it is an aunt of Maria Chlentzos Alfieris in Alexandria, Egypt.
I believe it is the same person as the person on the left in this picture:
Maria (Chlentzos) Alfieris

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submitted by Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on 11.12.2005

Kythera 1951

Top left in the back of the truck from left to right is my grandfather, Ioannis Alfieris (1882-1966 Potamos-USA), his wife Maria's sister Kiriani Chlentzos Katsulis. The others I do not know. If anyone recognizes the other people in this photo, please email me.

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submitted by Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on 02.11.2008

Diakofti 1951

From left to right: John Alfieris (1882-1966), his wife Maria Chlentzos Alfieris (1882-1968), Maria's brother Diamantis' wife Yanoula Coulentianos Chlentzos. Sitting on the right with the white hat is Manoli Sofios.

(amended 3-7-2007)
Sitting fourth from the left is Kosmas Antoniou Zaglanikis holding his hat.

Sitting fifth from the left after man holding his hat is Maria Panagiotou Kastrisiou. Sitting on the right is her husband Panagiotis Antoniou ...

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submitted by George Poulos on 30.10.2005

Kirranni Koroneos.

My yia-yia Kirranni Koroneos (nee, Souris), originally from Gerakari, and later a long term resident of Karavas.

One of the most spiritually beautiful women I have ever met.

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submitted by Dimitri Prineas on 12.09.2005

Prineas Sotiris

This is a photo taken Approx 1919 showing my father Sotiris Prineas (Karapatis, also known as Cecil Prineas in Brisbane) as a soldier with my uncle Kosma and their father Dimitris Prineas.
I am not sure about the date, because my uncle Kosma who was an officer in the Greek army, was killed during the Smirni war.
CAN ANYONE HELP

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submitted by Paul Vlandys on 10.09.2005

Maria Vlandis

My grandmother maria vlandis and me paul nickolas vlandis.Kalokerines Kythera around the year 1959.

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submitted by George Poulos on 26.08.2005

Yeoryia Koroneos (nee, Mentis). With her 6 of her 7 children. c.1939.

My mothers mother.

The photograph was taken in c. 1938.

The grande matriarche of Karavas, Louisa Psaltis (nee, Kritharis) [See, People, subsection High Achievers section for details about Louisa's life], was a close friend of Yeorgia Mentis. Louisa described her as the prettiest and most vivacious young girl of her generation.

Yeoryia married Triunduphilo Theothosios Koroneos Belos, from Karavas.

She died tragically ...