submitted by Georgia Pine on 08.03.2007
This is a long shot of the actual cafeneon
submitted by Georgia Pine on 30.10.2006
These photos were taken by his niece Rose at my grandfather's cafenion in New Bedford, MA
submitted by HELEN LEVOUNE-WHITE on 25.01.2010
This photo of my grandparents was taken about 1920. Sam (Spiridon Levoune) was born on Aroniathika in 1898 and came to Australia on the Polynesian in 1911. He met my grandmother in West Wyalong and then worked for his brother George Levoune in Balmain.
submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 11.01.2004
Panayiotis Viaropoulos (left) and Prof Manuel J Aroney (right) outside an Aronis-Beys kamara at Diakofti in 1966.
Family name: Aroney
Village of origin: Aroniadika
Photo taken: Diakofti, 1966
submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 04.12.2003
Theodore and Eleni Aronis (Papadominakos). Maternal grandparents of Prof Manuel J Aroney.
Village of origin: Aronyiathika
Family name: Aronis (Papadominakos)
submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 02.12.2003
Dimitrios Aronis and colleague doing military service in the Greek Gendarmerie. This photo was taken circa 1906 just prior to Dimitri leaving for Australia
Family name: Aroney
Village of origin: Aroniathika
Photo taken: circa 1906
Dimitrios Aronis, Boston, circa 1919
Wedding of Dimitrios & Stamatia Aroney in Townsville in 1926
Evangelia Aroney (nee Lukas): The beautiful girl in the photo that uncle Andy fell in love with.
submitted by Alexandra Ermolaeff on 10.06.2003
This is the first portrait of newly married Stamatia (nee Nikolasou) & Jim Aroney (Theodoropoulos) from the village Aronyiathika, Kythera. They eloped in Athens, Greece, in 1923 and then travelled to Australia.
Initially they settled in Bundarra, N.S.W, where they ran a café and picture show.
Dimitri Aroney (Theodoropoulos) was born on Kythera, Greece in 1890 and died in N.S.W, Australia in 1991, aged 100 years.
This portrait of him was taken when he undertook his military service in the Greek army during the Asia Minor War. He was around 25 years of age at the time this portrait was taken.
Dimitri served in the Greek army between 1915 and 1921. After completing his military service he migrated to Australia, where he initially settled in Bundarra, N.S.W.
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