submitted by Louiza Lindbäck on 24.02.2007
Antonis, Titika, Koula (married to Nikos, died some year later), Baso and her husband Minas (below)
Nikos, Matina (married to Antonis), Ifigenia, Ioannoula and her husband Panagiotis, Georgios, Maria, daughter of Nikos and Koula (married to one of the bakery brothers in Potamos), Eirini (lives in Karavas, was married to Kostas)
submitted by Anestis Diakopoulos on 07.06.2007
That's my uncle Andonis Souris,front row left, seated, with his wife Ifigenia directly in back of him not Matina as stated in the caption. Ifigenia is my father's (Eleftherious) sister. Nice to see the family. Thank you for the photo.
submitted by Mick Georgas on 19.10.2007
submitted by Mick Georgas on 17.07.2014
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