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submitted by George Poulos on 04.09.2004

Georgio Candiano de Roma, Diamantina's father

Georgio Candiano de Roma, Diamantina Roma's father.

See entry for Diamanatina Roma in High Achiever's section.

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submitted by George Poulos on 04.09.2004

Spiridon de Roma

Spiridon de Roma 1826-1881

Spiridon de Roma, Diamantina's brother.

[See entry for Diamantina Roma in the High Achiever's section.]

Senate's President of Ionian Islands, with the title of Highness, Ministry for the Public Education.

Kindly provided by a descendant Andrei de Roma, Beauvais, France.

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submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 28.07.2004

Fofo and her four eldest children

Fofo, my wife Sadie's mother,was born in Athens 1920 and as a baby moved to Symi. Her maiden name was Papanikolaou, related to Dr.Papanikolaou of the Pap smear fame. She married Mihalis Karpathakis, in Sydney in 1926, who has so many Kytherian friends,as he assisted so many islanders to remain in Australia with the help of a number of his friends in the Immigration department

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submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 09.11.2004

Manuel Casimatis' Shoe Store 1971

This was one of the first and best Greek shoe stores in Sydney

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submitted by Steve Fatseas on 15.07.2004

Maria Fatseas with sons Dimitrios (James) and Nicolaos

This is a photo of Maria Fatseas (my Yia-Yia) taken circa 1910. On the left is my father Dimitrios (James) and on the right is my Uncle Nicolaos. Maria was married to Eugene Fatseas who emigrated to the US in 1906. Maria and her two sons, Dimitrios (James), born 1905 and Nicolaos, born 1904 arrived at Ellis Island July 9, 1914. She had two daugthers, Helen, born 1915, and Anastasia (Daisy), born 1916. Any additional info about my Yia-Yia will be greatly appreciated. You may contact me at steve.fatseas@intermec.com.

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submitted by Steve Fatseas on 12.08.2004

Eugene Fatseas

This is a photo of Eugene Fatseas (my Papou) taken circa 1910. Eugene was born on Kythera and emigrated to the US in 1906 and sent for his wife Maria and two sons, Dimitrios (James), born 1905 and Nicolaos, born 1904. They arrived at Ellis Island July 9, 1914. He had two daugthers, Helen, born 1915, and Anastasia (Daisy), born 1916. He owned a few restaurants possibly in the Detroit, Youngstown and Pittsburgh areas before the family moved to New York City.
Any additional info about my Papou will be greatly appreciated. You may contact me at steve.fatseas@intermec.com.

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submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 11.11.2004

Hristos Kalokairinos and Yiannis Kallinikos 1948

Yiannis Kallinikos was born in Fratsia. Finished High School in Kythera with my late brother Hristos,then came to Australia for a number of years. He returned back to Kythera where he passed away in Kythera "Gerokomeio". Hristos also passed away.

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submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 11.11.2004

The Music played on 1952 Gunnedah NSW

Andreas and Brother Manolis 1952 in Gunnedah NSW .

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submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 11.11.2004

Greek Day in Sydney 1942

Photo provided by Mr.Manuel Casimatis.

There are some Kytherians in this photo also

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submitted by Spyro Calocerinos on 11.11.2004

50th Anniversary Kytherian Brotherhood Sydney

Photo provided by Mr. Manuel Casimatis Sydney

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submitted by Ellena Galtos on 26.09.2004

Pothity Galakatou & Kostas Kavakos

Pothity Galakatou, daughter of Panagiotis Galakatos with her husband Kostas Kavakos. Probably in USA.

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submitted by Ellena Galtos on 06.07.2004

Galakatos & Kavakos

L-R: Polychronis Galakatos (Paul Peterson), Alexandros Galakatos (Alexander Milkton) & Kostas Kavakos in USA.

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submitted by Ellena Galtos on 06.07.2004

Nikolas P Galakatos

Nikolas P Galakatos in USA, probably Detroit.
Born 1866 in Christoforianika; son of Panagiotis P Galakatos.
Later known as Nick Peterson.

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submitted by Ellena Galtos on 07.07.2004

Krithary & Galakatos Brisbane Qld 1953

After migrating to Australia, Kosmos Galakatos (now Galos) boarded with the Krithary family in West End, Brisbane. He was later joined by younger brother Konstantine (now Con Galtos)& then older sister Panagiota Natasha (now Sarris).
In this picture in front of the Krithary family home, Panagiota is 2nd from left; Con is 2nd from right. 3rd from left is George Triplis (from Kalamata) who migrated to Australia with Kosmos.
The Galakatos siblings eventually moved to their own home in Paddington, where they were later joined by their parents Nikolas & Eleni Galakatos.

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submitted by George Poulos on 13.06.2004

Dave Sophios - Lithgow

Son of Panagiotis - Kythera.
Father of Peter - Mittagong.

To learn more about the Sophios family you can visit their website at:

http://www.hinet.net.au/~sophios/

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submitted by George Poulos on 13.06.2004

Peter and Barbera Sophios, as children in Maroubra

"My sister Barbara and me, photographed in
Duncan Street in Maroubra, where we lived before moving to Wollongong in 1948, when I was four years old".

"I was born in the October of 1944 in Sydney, and we moved to Wollongong when I was just four.

In many ways I consider Wollongong to be my home town, just 80km south of Sydney, it is sometimes referred to as the best kept secret in Australia. Mittagong, where we are today, is the gateway to the NSW Southern Highlands, about 50kms west of Wollongong."

- Peter Sophios.

To learn more about the Sophios family you can visit their website at:

http://www.hinet.net.au/~sophios/

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submitted by George Poulos on 12.06.2004

Fran Collyer and her life partner, Peter Sophios

Fran Collyer and her life partner, Peter Sophios live in Mittagong, in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, Australia.

"Some years ago now we moved here from Canberra for a better lifestyle. The Highlands is a beautiful area, close to city of Sydney and the beaches in Wollongong."

- Peter Sophios.

To learn more about the Sophios family you can visit their website at:

http://www.hinet.net.au/~sophios/

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submitted by George Poulos on 12.06.2004

Thomas Schroder, maternal] grandfather of Peter Sophios, Mittagong, foreman of the work gang, Jenolan Caves.

Jenolan Caves
Katoomba in New South Wales.

"I believe this photograph was taken to commemorate the opening of the entrance to the Jenolan Caves.

My [maternal] grandfather, Thomas Schroder, was the foreman of the work gang.

I think he is the man seated in the front with a scarf around his neck."

- Peter Sophios, Mittagong.

To learn more about the Sophios family you can visit their website at:

http://www.hinet.net.au/~sophios/

To gain an insight into the history, beauty, and splendour of the Jenolan Caves
go to:

http://www.jenolancaves.org.au/

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submitted by George Poulos on 12.06.2004

Peter Sophios and his sisters, Elaine, Diane and Barbara

Peter Sophios and his sisters, Elaine, Diane and Barbara.

To learn more about the Sophios family you can visit their website at:

http://www.hinet.net.au/~sophios/

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submitted by George Poulos on 12.06.2004

Sarah Isobel, known as ELLA Sophios

Mother of Peter of Mittagong, and his sisters - Elaine, Diane and Barbara.

Not many years after this photograph was taken, Dave, Ella's husband would succumb to an early death.

To learn more about the Sophios family you can visit their website at:

http://www.hinet.net.au/~sophios/.