The Guest Book section of the site is where you can let us know what you think of the site and of anything Kytherian in general.
Please Note: if you are trying to find relatives or information or would like to announce a Kytherian event, please don't put it here. It belongs on the message board .
A fascinating website already.My father Evangelos (Angelo)Diacopoulos migrated to Australia in 1914 and married Marigoula Aroney in 1938 and they spent their working lives in Gosford before moving to Sydney but of course as most kytherians, always regarded Cerigo as their spiritual home.Some of that has rubbed off on their offspring.May the site continue to grow!
The goose bumps have not gone away and now there are tears in my eyes. I am two generations removed from Kythera, but the love and tenderness that is evident from all your work on the website is nothing short of astonishing. The website is beautiful and honors the island and its people in a way that is profoundly moving.
My father's father is from Potamos, Harambros Tsambiras and his wife Emila Jenkins (Tsigounis) originally from Smyrna. I am pleased we have a site that we will all work together to add our details and see all the peices fit together to learn more about our wonderful heritage.
I am so impressed with the website. My grandmother, Areti Koroneos was from Prongi. My grandfather, Nick Catsoules, was from Potamos. I would like to know of any possible relatives.
Thnxx for the site and an opportunity to learn of our heritage.
What a wonderful site! I hope we can all begin to add information to it. We in the United States do not have an organized association or group. This could just be the appropriate link to get us going!
Thank you so much for all of you work thus far and hope this website will continue to grow.
Great idea. This along with the website of Voyage to Kythera, allows others to enjoy the history and the people from our wonderful island. Thank you.
Congratulations on this wonderful website. I cannot wait until I can submit the family tree of my family which I have been working on for a number of years. Good luck with all the entries and wishing you every success on this venture.
Sinxharitiria kai kalo riziko! Words fail to capture the enthusiasm I felt as I peroused the site. I particularly enjoyed reading the pages – oral history – on the Kytherians of the far north coast of NSW. It brought back fond memories of my early years, growing up in Casino. Indeed, a time to reflect on the past. I wish you every success in 'bringing to life' the history of the Kytherians of the diaspora!
Teacher, journalist, poet and author, Sydney NSW Australia
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