Thursday, May 31, 2012

"The Cretan Refugees and their American Helpers" published 1868 - FREE ebook



Available as a FREE Google ebook through the title link below


A STATEMENT addressed to the contributors for the
Relief of Cretan Refugees

By Samuel G. Howe

Published 1868 - Boston:  Lee and Shepard



American Industrial School for Cretan Refugees in Athens.



"Greek Boys Held in Peonage Here - Federal Immigration Revelations Will Mean Prosecutions" article - Chicago Daily Tribune, June 25, 1907


Published in the Chicago Daily Tribune, June 25, 1907

GREEK BOYS HELD 
IN PEONAGE HERE
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Federal Immigration Officials' 
Revelations Will
Mean Prosecutions.
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CONSUL GENERAL BUSY.
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Georg Antonopoulos Taken Into
Custody on Perjury Charge
in Making Affidavit.

Several hundred Greek boys are being held to peonage in Chicago fruit stores and shoe shining establishments.  This fact has been revealed by an investigation conducted by the federal immigration officials, aided by Nicholas Salopoulos, the Greek consul general.  Prosecution of the employers for violation of the immigration law will be based on the evidence obtained.

The methods by which the boys are imported and landed in Chicago were brought to light through the arrest yesterday of Georg Antonopoulos, 7?0 West Eighty-first street, on the charge of perjury in making an affidavit that two Greek immigrants arriving at Boston were his brother and nephew.  The case will be heard by Judge Landis on Thursday and the fictitious brother will be a witness for the prosecution, which will be conducted by Assistant District Attorney Shirer.

System of Deception.

It is by means of a far reaching system of deception, in which relatives, friends, and the steamship companies conspire, that the boys are transported from their native land to bondage in Chicago.  When the proprietor of a shoe shining "parlor," for example, wants additional help, he purchases several tickets good for steerage passage from Greece to Chicago.  The tickets cost him $50 each.

The employer then sends the tickets to a relative or a friend in Greece, who in turn sells them to boys who wish to come to this country.  The youth is charged anywhere from $150 to $200 for his ticket, and is required to sign a note for the amount, payable to the employer in Chicago.  These notes are peculiar in form, and virtually are contracts to work out the amount of the "loan."

The boy then is taken to the steamship company's agent, who finds an adult passenger to pose as the father or other relative of the minor.  Under this guise the youth passes the immigration officials at the American port of entry, and soon is on a train bound for Chicago.

Counsel Often Interferes.

Arriving here, the boy is lodged with other Greek boys in the employer's house, where he is boarded at the master's expense.  It is usual for the youth to work a year to satisfy the "loan."  By that time he has learned some English and he gets a better position.  Occasionally an employer attempts to hold boys against their will, and Consul Salopoulos is obliged to interfere.  But the employer secures the year's labor of the youth for a total outlay of $50 and not more than $100 for clothes and lodging.

The two immigrants detained at Boston gave their names as Constantine and Evangelos Antonopoulos. They were about to be deported when Georg Antonopoulos forwarded an affidavit that they were his brother and nephew respectively.  He said he was a foreman in the International Harvester company and would care for his relatives.

Was No Relation.

The immigration officials, however, discovered that the alleged brother was Duionisos Papadopoulos, no relation.  He was brought to Chicago as a witness against Antonopoulos, who had been indicted for perjury.  Unable to give bond, the witness was lodged in the county jail.

Papadopoulos said he bought his ticket from the father of Antonopoulos in Greece for $150, giving a promissory note running to the Chicago man whose name was on the ticket.  Then he assumed the name of Antonopoulos and brought one of the Chicago Greek's younger brothers as his son.  He said that another Greek, Leonidas Demetsas bought the third ticket sent from Chicago, and managed to slip through under the assumed name.  He is now supposed to be in this city.

Antonopoulos fled the city soon after his indictment and was captured by the federal authorities last Saturday night at Marquette, Mich.




Book "THE 1821 GREEK WAR OF INDEPENDENCE and AMERICA'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE GREEK CAUSE" by George Leber, Ahepa - Includes 215 Names


The book "THE 1821 GREEK WAR OF INDEPENDENCE and AMERICA'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE GREEK CAUSE" written by George J. Leber, Executive Secretary Order of Ahepa, was published in February, 1971.  

"This (47 page) booklet on the History of the 1821 Greek War of Independence is published by the Order of Ahepa (The American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association), in commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of the Greek War of Independence (1821-1971)."

I have included the Table of Contents and a list of the 215 names mentioned in this book for your reference.

This book is available through the U.S. Inter-library loan program, you can work with your local library to obtain a copy.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Background and Events leading up to the Revolution
The Fall of Constantinople
The Phanariotes
Adamantios Koraes
Regas O Fereos
The Souliotes
Philiki Etairia
Men and Events of the Revolution
In the Peleponnesus
In Sterea Hellas
Northern Greece
The Islands
The First Government
The Massacre of Chios
Konstantinos Kanaris
Marcos Bozzaris
Internal Troubles
Naval Battles
Karaiskakis
Aid from European Powers
Recognition and Freedom
The Beginnings of America's Interest in Greece
Financial Assistance to Greece
American Philhellenes
Ypsilanti, Michigan
Declaration to the Christian Powers
President James Monroe
Daniel Webster
Henry Clay
President John Quincy Adams
Thomas Winthrop and Edward Everett
Henry W. Dwight
Daniel P. Cook
Patrick Farrelly
Francis Baylies
Dr. S. Parkes Cadman
Sereno Edward Dwight
Solomon Drown
Support from City Committees
Dr. Samuel Gridley Howe
Michael Anagnos
Col. Jonathan P. Miller
Lt. Gen. George Jarvis
Other American Philhellenes
War Orphans from Greece
Congressman Lucas Miltiades Miller

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NAMES MENTIONED IN BOOK

Adams, John Quincy - Secretary of State / President of the United States
Allen, John M. - shipmaster
Anagnos, Michael
Anderson, Rufus
Androutsos, Oddesseas
Argyros, Vasilios
Baylies, Francis - House of Representatives from Massachusetts
Bedell, Reverend Gregory T. - Saint Andrew's Church, Philadelphia
Bosco, Christ
Bozzaris, Marcos
Brewer, Josiah
Byron, Lord
Cadman, Dr. S. Parkes - President of the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America
Calvocoressis, George Mousalas
Calvocoressis, George Partridge
Capo D'Istrias, John
Clay, Henry - U.S. House of Representatives from Kentucky
Cook, Daniel P. - House of Representatives from Illinois
Diakos, Thanasis
Diovouniotis
Drown, Solomon, M.D. - Professor of Materia Medica and Botany in Brown University
Dwight, Henry W. - House of Representatives from Massachusetts
Dwight, Sereno Edward - Pastor of Park St. Church, Boston
Economos, Constantinos
Elliott, Mrs. Maud Howe (daughter of Samuel Gridley Howe)
Evans, Estwick - from New Hampshire
Everett, Dr. Edward - Harvard University
Farrelly, Patrick - House of Representatives from Pennsylvania
Fereos, Regas O
Fisk, Fotios
Fountoulakis, Konstantinos
Galatis, Pantelis
Galatis, Stephanos
Gallatin, Albert - American Ambassador to France
Gear, Reverend Ezekiel G. - Ithaca, New York
Gennathios, Georgios
Germanos
Getty, John
Gouras
Gousis, Pelios
Griva
Howe, Julia Ward
Howe, Samuel Gridley
Jarvis, Lieut. Gen. George
Jefferson, Thomas
Kalafatis
Kanalis (Canale), George D.
Kanaris, Konstantinos
Kankakaris, Athanasios
Karaiskakis
Karavelis, Anastasios
Kastanis, Christoforos
Katsonis, Lampros
Kavasalis, Fotios
King, Jonas
Kolokotronis, Theodore
Kolovelonis, Athanasios
Koraes, Adamantios
Koundouriotes, Lazaros
Koutsonikas
Kriezotis
Lafayette
Leib, J. R.
Logothetis, Ioannis
Logothotis, Lycurgus
Lontos, Andreas
Mavrokordatos, Alexandros
Mavromichalis, Petrompes

Miller, Jonathan P. 
Miller, Reverent William W. - Newark, New Jersey
Miaoulis, Andreas
Minton, Senator Shermon of Indiana
Monroe, James - U.S. President
O'Neal, Emmet - U.S. Representative from Kentucky
Orlandos, Ioannis
Panourgias
Panourias
Papaflesas, Gregorios
Papanikolis
Papatoukos
Papayannopoulos, Anagnostis
Pargios, Ioannis
Paspatis, Alexander
Perdicaris, Gregorios
Perdicaris, John
Petrokokkinos, Nicholas
Post, Henry A. V.
Prassas, Nicholas
Rallis, Konstantinos
Rallis, Pantias
Ross, Alexander
Russ, John B.
Russ, John D.
Skoufas
Skourti
Sophocles, Evangelinos Apostolides
Stamatis, Christos
Stamatelopoulo, Nikita
Stratis, Epaminondas I.
Stuyvesant, John R.
Theotokis, Nikeforos
Tsakaloff
Tsavelas
Vamvas
Vangelis, Alexandros
Vangelis (Vangale) (Evangellides), Christos
Villen, John
Vlassopoulos, Nicholas
Voulgaris, Eugenios
Washington, William
Webster, Daniel - U.S. House of Representatives from Massachusetts
Williams, James - from Baltimore, Maryland
Wilson, George - from Providence, Rhode Island
Winthrop, Thomas L.
Woodward (Judge) - proposed name of Ypsilanti, Michigan
Xanthos
Vasos
Ypsilanti, Alexander
Zachos, Ioannis
Zachos, Ioannis Kilivergos
Zachos, John
Zaimis, Andreas



Wednesday, May 30, 2012

NSW Government State Records - Greek migration and settlement in New South Wales, Australia



Australia:

Archives In Brief 83 

Greek migration and settlement in New South Wales


A brief overview of the major sources held by State Records that relate to Greek settlement in New South Wales.


  • Searching for individuals in the records
  • Records of the earliest arrivals
  • Arrival records
  • Population records
  • Naturalization records
  • Colonial Secretary's records
  • Business company and bankruptcy records
  • Oyster lease and trawling industry records
  • Theatres and public hall licensing records
  • Records of death duties
  • Other sources


Photograph - Rear Admiral Colvocoresses, U.S.N.


Rear Admiral Colvocoresses, U.S.N.  

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Source: Books "Greeks in America" by Thomas Burgess - 1913




Photograph - John C. Zachos


John C. Zachos 

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Source: Book "Greeks in America" by Thomas Burgess - 1913






Photograph - Graduation Day Greek School, Chicago, Illinois - circa 1913


Graduation Day Greek School, Chicago 

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Source: Book "Greeks in America" by Thomas Burgess - 1913




Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Book "Diaspora Merchants in the Black Sea - The Greeks in Southern Russia, 1775-1861" by Kardasis - Includes 656 Names


The book "Diaspora Merchants in the  Black Sea - The Greeks in Southern Russia, 1775-1861" by Vassilis Kardasis was published in 2001 by Lexington Books in Lanham, Maryland.

I have included a Synopsis along with 656 Names mentioned in this book.

If you would like to locate this book, I suggest you work with your local library.  The library can usually locate the book and get it for you through an inter-library loan.  I have found my local librarian to be very helpful. 

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Publisher's Synopsis:
Presented here for the first time in English, this richly detailed study--based on British, French, Greek, and Russian archival sources--tells the story of the powerful Greek trading houses that competed successfully with North America to feed the industrializing population of Western Europe. Vassilis Kardasis presents this commercial history by charting the rise of Greek merchant houses to a position of dominance over the export of trade in Russian grain. Though the Greeks would eventually cede their dominance to the competition of cheaper American grain in the second half of the nineteenth century, their influence was felt in the transformation of Southern Russia to productive agricultural land and the formation of large Black Sea port cities which would eventually encourage massive immigration. Diaspora Merchants in the Black Sea fills an important gap in our understanding of the role of the diasporic Greek community in southern Russian history, the history of Greek maritime activity, and ultimately the history of economic relations between Eastern and Western Europe.




NAMES MENTIONED IN BOOK

Agelasto, Pantoleon 
Agelasto-Rodocanachi, Iphigenia 
Aivazoglou, Thud.
Aklioros, Christos
Aksiotti, P. A.
Alexcief, Y.
Alfierakis, Sophia
Ambanopoulos, N.
Ambatielos, Panag.
Ambatzis, Isaac
Amira, L. - References Amira, L. & Son
Amvrosios, Greg.
Amrosios I.
Amvrosios Mich.
Andreou, Ioannis
Andrianopoulos, Georg.
Andronikos, Gerasimos
Anthione, A.
Apostolopoulos, Demetrios
Apostolopoulos, Ioannis
Apostolou, Greg.
Apostolou, Ioann.
Apostolou, Vas.
Argenti - References Argenti, Sekiari & Co.
Argenti, Pantoleon
Argitis, Anastasios
Argyriou, Louk.
Arsh, Grigori
Artinov, K.
Arvaniti, Elena
Arvanitis, Pant.
Athanasiou, Georgios
Athanasoglou, Kon.
Athinaios, Anastasios
Athinaios, Demetrios
Avgerinos - References Averginos, A. and Son
Avgerinos, Alexandros
Avgerinos, Ant.
Avgerinos G.
Avgerinos, Theodoros
Avgerinou, Maria
Avraam, Konstantinos
Avramiotis, Georgios
Avramis, Alexios
Babayotis, Phil.
Ballis, Nikolaos
Baltatzis - References Mavrogordatos Th. and Baltatzis
Barbayannis, Christos
Barberis, Christos
Basiliou, Alexandros
Basiliou, Demetrios
Basiliou, I.
Basiliou, Michael
Bazatzioglou, Charikleia
Bikelas - aka Vikelas
Bikelas-Ballis
Bostantzoglou, Mich.
Boubas - References Boubas family
Boubas, Anastasios
Boubas, Ilias
Boubas, Stephanos
Chaikalis, Angelis
Charalambatos, Charal.
Charitos, Pantelis
Chatziphotiou - References Chatziphotiou family (says to also see Pappoudov)
Chatzis, G.
Chavanis, Ioannis
Chiliotis, Demetrios
Chionakis, Nik.
Chionas, Ioann.
Chioni, D.
Cholevas, Dem.
Choliaras, Athanasios
Chourmouzis, Diam.
Christodoulou, Georgios
Couppas, Ger.
Couppas, H.
Curi - References Curi Brothers
Curi, A.
Damianos, N.
Delis, Phil.
Demas - References Demas sons
Demathas, Nikolaos
Demetriou, Steph.
Demou, Kostis
Dialegmenos, Dem.
Dialegmenos, G.
Dialegmenos, Pan.
Diamantidis - Referenes Diamantidis & Sons
Diamantidis, Alkiv.
Diamantidis, And.
Diamantidis, Greg.
Diamantis, Geras.
Diamantis, Yannis
Digopoulos, S.
Dimoulis, Pantazis
Dinomos, Georgios
Divari, Sophia
Dolokov, Andreas
Dolokov, Panagis
Doukakis, Vas.
Doulouas, Michael
Doumas, Ioan.
Doundas, Nikolaos
Doxas, Nik.- References Kamarinos Dem. * Doxas Nik. - Exporters in Taganrog, 1783
Egorov, Stamatis
Floukis, Josiph
Foumlis, Anastasios
Frangiadis - References Frangiadis and Sons
Frangiadis, Stephanos
Galanis, Il.
Galati, Thomas
Galatis, Alex.
Galatis, Ephstr.
Galatis, Nikiphoros
Galinos, Alekos
Gennadios, Georgios
Georgakis, And.
Georgiou - References Georgiou Sons
Georgiou, Charikl. - References Georgiou, Charikl. and Konstanta Elena
Georgiou, Ioan.
Geriopoulos, Sem.
Gorgoli, Angelina
Gorgoli, Olga
Gorgolis, Dem.
Gregoropoulou, Teophania
Grendiropoulos, A.
Grenidiropoulos, V.
Grigoriou, Mich.
Grivas, Theod.
Harlaftis, G.
Heraklidis, Pan.
Heraklidis, Pavlos
Inglesis - Captain
Inglesis, Demetrios
Inglesis, Ioannis
Inglesis, Nik.
Inglesis, Sp.
Inglesis, Stavros
Ioannidis, Eustathios
Ionidis - References Ionidis Brothers
Ionidis, K.
Iosiph, Ioannis
Isai, Ilia
Ivanovich, A.
Ivanovich, J.
Kaftatzoglou, Nik.
Kaimaki, Anna
Kalafatis, Ch.
Kalafatis, Demet.
Kalafatis, Evstath.
Kalafatis, Steph.
Kaletzis, Konst.
Kalfoglou - References Kalfoglou Brothers
Kalfoglou, Pavlos
Kalligas, Gerasimos
Kaloudis, Greg.
Kaloyannis, N.
Kaloyerakis, Petros
Kaloyeras, Markos
Kamarinos, Dem. - References Kamarinos Dem. & Doxas Nik. - Exporters in Taganrog, 1784
Kambanis, I.
Kamburoglou
Kamburoglou, G.
Kanartzis, Ioannis
Kantakouzinou, Maria
Kapanakis, Ioann.
Kapetanakis, Greg.
Kaplanoglou, Kon.
Karapanos, Anast.
Karavias, Dem
Karayannis, Ioannis Michael
Karayannis, Michael
Karkous, Christos
Karoni, Garoufalia
Karouzos, Alex.
Karouzos, Ioann.
Karouzou, Anna
Karouzou, Evropi
Kasimatis, Petros
Kassevetis - References Kassavetis-Cavafy and Co.
Katsonis, Lambros
Katsorkhiev, Kanella
Kefala, Gerasimos
Kokinos, Georgios
Konomos, Demetrios
Konomos, Ioannis
Konstanta, Elena - References Georgiou, Charikl. and Konstanta Elena
Konstantakis, Anast.
Konstantakis, Ioann.
Konstantas, Ioann.
Konstantinou, Ioannis
Kontiotis, Georgios
Kontotheodori
Kontoyanakis, Ioannis
Korkokaris, Efstathios
Koronaios, Kyriakos
Koronelis, Spyr.
Koronios, Georg.
Koronis, Georg.
Koufopoulos, Andreas
Koufopoulos, Konst.
Koufoudakis, Ioannis
Koufoudakis, Zannis
Koukouli, Eleni
Koumas, Konstantinos
Koumbaris, A.
Koumbaris, Stamatis
Kountouris, Christophoros
Kourkoulas, Steph.
Kouskoulis, V.
Kovakos, Nik. - References Makronitis, Ioan. and Kovakos, Nik.
Krassas, Georgios
Krassas, Ioannis
Krionas, Papanikolas - Skliris, Mich. and Krionas Papanikolas
Krionas, Pasch.
Krionas-Papanikolas
Krionas-Papanikolas, Leond.
Krionas-Papanikolas, Nik.
Kyriakopoulos, Panayotis
Kyriazis, Antonios
Ladopoulos, Spyr.
Lambros, Stamatis
Laskarakis, Phot.
Laskaridi - References Laskaridi & Co.
Laskaris, Man.
Lassanis, Georgios
Latri, Calliope
Latris, Alex.
Lefteris, Nikolaos
Leonidis, Ephstratios
Leontarid, Spyr.
Linardakis, Georgios
Linaris, Angelos
Livas, G.
Loukas, Panagos
Louki, Sophia
Lupi, A. M.
Lupi, N.
Magoulas
Makas, K.
Makris, Ioannis
Makris, Savvas
Makronitis, Ioan. - References Makronitis, Ioan. and Kovakos, Nik.
Makropoulos, Georgios
Malaxianos, Stratis
Malaxianou, Eirini
Mandraki, Elisabet
Manesis, Il.
Maraboutas, Christod.
Marantis, Ioann.
Marantis, Vas. - References Rossolymos, Greg and Marantis, Vas.
Maratos, Themistokles
Marazli, Greg. I.
Marazli, Gregorios Greg.
Marini, Evdokia
Marini, Victoria
Mariolakis
Markou, Stavr.
Marmarinos, Themis.
Masaoutis, Demetrios
Mattaiou, Chris.
Mavrogordato
Mavrogordato, E. N.
Mavrogordato, Kon.
Mavrogordato, Loren.
Mavrogordato, Matt.
Mavrogordato, Nikolaos
Mavrogordato, Pant.
Mavrogordato, Teod.
Mavrogordato-Rodocanachi, Arianni
Mavrogordatos, Th. - References Mavrogordatos Th. and Baltatzis
Mavrogordatou
Mavrokephalou, Maria
Mavromaros, Achill.
Mavromoustakos, I.
Mavros - Mavros family and firm
Mavros, Alexandros
Mavros, Christophoros
Mavros, G.
Mavros, Ioannis
Mavros, Nikolaos
Mavros, Spyridon
Mavros-Basiliou, Euphrosyne
Mavroviazi, Euphr.
Mavroviazis - Mavroviazis family
Mavroviazis, Ioann.
Mavroviazis, Mich.
Mazarakis, Kosmas
Mazarakis, Mich.
Mazarakis, Sem.
Melas - Melas brothers
Melas, Demetrios
Melas, Georgios
Melas, Ioannis
Melas, Konstantinos
Melas, Leon.
Melas, Michael
Melas, Pavlos
Melas, Theodosios
Melas, Vassilios
Melas-Basiliou, Eleni
Melas-Basiliou, Smaragda
Melas-Geralopoulos, Terpsichore
Melas-Voutsinas, Eleni
Michos, Ioann.
Milioti, Evropi
Miliotis, Dem.
Miliotis, Mich.
Mimmis, Dem.
Mimmis, N.
Monetis, Anastasios
Moniaris, Demetrios
Moraitis, Spyr.
Moraitis, Theodoros
Moralis, Stephanos
Morantis, Georgios
Mornaris, Georgios
Morphi, Euphemia
Mourouzinakis, Igor
Mouscoutis, Georgios
Mouscoutis, Petros
Mousouris, A. D.
Mousouris, Kons.
Nazaritis, Demetrios
Nazaritis, Ioannis
Nikitin, Ioan. - Skandrakis, Georg. and Nikitin, Ioan.
Nikolaidis, Dem.
Nikolaidis, P.
Nikolaos, Ioannis Kartiotis
Nikolaou, Dem.
Nikolaou, Ioannis
Nikoli, Edokia
Nikolis, Greg.
Nikolis, Louis
Oikonomos, Konstantinos
Oikonomou, Georgios
Omeros - Omeros nephews
Palaiologos, D.
Palaiologos, Ioannis
Panagos
Panagos, Iosiph
Panagos, Nikolaos
Panas, Ilias
Panayotou, Dem.
Pangalou, Ekat.
Panteloyannis
Papachatzis, K.
Papachristos, Demetrios
Papachristos, Georgios
Papadakis, Ioannis
Papadatos, Polyv
Papadimopoulos, Nik.
Papadopoulos
Papadopoulos, Anast.
Papadopoulos, Athan.
Papadopoulos, Ioann.
Papadopoulos, Spyr.
Papadopoulos, Theod.
Papageorgacopoulos, P.
Papanikolas - Reference Krionas-Papanikolas
Paparrigopoulos, K.
Papastamatiadis, N.
Papazoglou, Stratis
Pappoudov
Pappoudov, G.
Pappoudov, Ioannis
Papoudov, K.
Pappoudov-Lascarakis
Pappoudov-Rodocanachi, Despoina
Pappoudov-Sevastopoulos, Arianni
Pappoudov-Varvakis, Alexandra
Paraschos, Athan.
Paraskakis - Paraskakis brothers
Paraskeva-Borisova, Ekat.
Paraskevas, Apost.
Paraskevas, N.
Paspatis
Paspatis, Ioann.
Paterakis, Igor
Patrinos, Gerasimos
Patrinou, Maria
Pavlidis, Prokopis
Petalas - References Petalas Ant. and Theod.
Petalas, Theod.
Petalas-Maratos, Antonis
Petrakis, Georg.
Petrakis, Ioann.
Petrocochino
Petrocochino, P.
Petrocochino-Agelastos
Petrocochinou, Maria
Philipakis, I.
Philipakis, Panag.
Phokas, Alex.
Photiou, Pavlos
Photopoulos, Nik.
Pikkolos, Nikolaos
Pogonatos
Pogonatos, Ioannis
Pogonatos, Panayotis
Politaki, Varvara
Politov, Ioannis
Polychronis, Demetrios
Polymeris
Ponomariev, Ioannis
Popov, Angelis
Popov, Staphylia
Psallidas, Michael
Psaltis, Anast.
Psycharis
Psycharis, Nikolaos
Psycharis-Mavros, Euphrosyne
Rados, Kon.
Raftopoulos, Anast.
Raftopoulos, Moses
Rali, Konstantinos Th.
Ralli - Ralli brothers
Ralli - References Ralli and Petrocochino
Ralli - Referenes Ralli and Agelasto
Ralli, Alex.
Ralli, Ambrosios Tho.
Ralli, Angeliki Kon.
Ralli, Augustus (Avgoustis)
Ralli, Elena
Ralli, Ephstratios (Stratis)
Ralli, Ioan. Kon.
Ralli, Ioannis Str.
Ralli, Kon.
Ralli, Maria Kon.
Ralli, P. T.
Ralli, Pandias S.
Ralli, Pandias A.
Ralli, Pandias, Th.
Ralli, Stephanos Z.
Ralli, Theodoros - References Ralli, Theodoros Sons & Co.
Ralli, Tomazis (Thomas)
Ralli, Zannis (Ioannis)
Ralli-Scaramanga
Ralli-Scaramanga, Marietta
Ralli-Schilizzi-Argenti
Ralli-Storni, Lucia
Rallis
Ravdokanakis - Index states to also reference Rodocanachi raw materials 
Rigas, Nikolaos
Rizaris - References Rizaris family
Rizos, K.
Rodocanachi - References Rodocanachi family
Rodocanachi - References Rodocanachi sons
Rodocanachi - Rodocanachi, Demetrius and Co.
Rodocanachi - Rodocanachi, Brothers & Co.
Rodocanachi, D. E.
Rodocanachi, Emmanuel P.
Rodocanachi, Georgios
Rodocanachi, Leonis
Rodocanachi, Maria Th.
Rodocanachi, Michael E.
Rodocanachi, Pandia
Rodocanachi, Pantoleon
Rodocanachi, Pavlos
Rodocanachi, Pericles Th.
Rodocanachi, Petros
Rodocanachi, Stephanos
Rodocanachi, Theodoros P.
Rodocanachi, Theodoros E.
Rodocanachi, Zannis
Rodocanachi-Galati, Arietta
Rodocanachi-Zizinia, Cleopatra
Rossetis, Ioann.
Rossolymos, G.
Rossolymos, Greg - References Rossolymos, Greg and Marantis, Vas.
Roussos, Ioann.
Roussos, Nikolaos
Sakelaris, Anton.
Sakelaris, Arg.
Sakelaris, Kon.
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