Monday, March 26, 2012

Tsintzinian Heritage Society of America - Tsintzinian Families: Origins and Histories


113 Jackson Avenue
Celoron, New York 14720

This website includes the general history of the organization along with a detailed page on Tsintzinian Families:  Origins and Histories

Names included are - Andreou, Andritsakis, Atsalas, Camarinos, Canellos, Caravasos, Chronis, Constantakis, Constas, Costiannis, Coumuntzis, Dikaios, Doskas, Economikis, Economou, Farmakis, Gazetos, Georgitsos, Gerasimos, Gianios, Gianoukos, Gregoris, Heos, Kapetenakos, Kapsalis, Katsaros, Kostolambros, Lambros, Lascaris, Limberakis, Lourpas, Manos, Marinos, Nestopoulos, Nikolaides, Nikolakis, Nohos, Papadopoulos, Papageorgiou, Papapoulos, Papayanakos, Peliouras, Politis, Poulos, Prokos, Psychoyios, Roumanis, Seferlis, Serafis, sperides, Stratakos, Treiris, Tsakonas, Tselekis, Tsetseris, Tsoumos, Tsoutouras, Vamvalis, Varlas, Vlahos, Vlahothanasis, Voulomanos, Vournakis, Voutsanessis, Zacharias, Zachariou 

2 comments:

  1. Georgia,
    I've been enjoying all of your posts and been thinking of writing something for you about the Tsintzinians. You beat me to it! Thanks for featuring the society. It is an amazing story of linked migration and descendants of the immigrant villagers from Zoupena and Goritsa still meet annually in July.

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  2. Hi Kathryn -

    If you have more to add, send it to me and I will be happy to make a separate blog posting.

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