Saturday, March 26, 2016

George Brown, Theodore Anton, and Other Early Greek-American Boxers



GEORGE BROWN, THEODORE ANTON, AND OTHER EARLY GREEK-AMERICAN BOXERS


Published in The National Herald, March 12-18, 2016 Issue
Authored by Steve Frangos
TNH Staff Writer

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CHICAGO - Incredibly, the first generation of professional Greek boxers is, today, only known to historians and avid connoisseurs of the sport.  Far from mere punch-drunks or has-been palookas professional Greek boxers such as George "Knock Out' Brown and Theodore "The Greek" Anton were long-time champions and holders of professional titles recognized across the nation.  It is an effortless matter to learn of the careers of such men as Brown and Anton by no more than scanning the sports pages of the early 1900s.

What in fact is so striking about reading such accounts is that reporting on the fights and careers of these two men or any of the popular Greek boxers is not limited solely to big city newspapers.  Mid-size cities and even small hamlets proved to be the daily venues for professional boxers (and other sports figures) during the early 1900s.  From this distance in time it is hard to determine which audience - those in biggest cities in North America or those in locations so small they are literally unheard of except by locals - enjoyed the presence of these athletes, their antics or their contests in the ring more.  I say this because it is difficult to assess, given the high-volume of news coverage found in the public press - no matter where the boxing matches took place.

Let me stress that the mighty Brown and the tragic-heroic Anton were far from the only boxers of Greek descent to make a professional name for themselves during the early 1900s.  A short list of Greek boxers who appeared professionally from 1900 to 1930 would have to include (but is not limited to) Billy Angelof, Angelos Angeloupolos, Pete Ankelos, Theodore Antonopoulos, Chris Booras, George Brown, Jack Burns, John Chagare, George Cordosh, Andy Dans, Frank Driscoll, Joe Gavras, Chris George, Lou Jallos, Mike Kutchos, Antone LaGrave, Phil McGraw, Jack Milo, John Pergantes, Gus Placos, Hugo Ryder, Nick Stratigos, Nick Sugar, Chris Vlackas and Frankie Zunner.  Given the time period it was not uncommon for professional athletes to both wrestle and box.  Consequently noted Greek wrestlers of this early period such as Greek George Costaky and Peter James would also on occasion accept challenges from professional boxers.

Aside from the role of these individuals in the history of American professional boxing their presence also served to boost the spirits of local Greek immigrants around the country.  Many news accounts report on the sensation of the appearance of these Greek ethnic boxers caused among the local and usually sedate Hellenic collectives and communities through which they would travel.

Professional boxing and wrestling during the early 1900s up until World War II in many ways stressed the ethnic divisions that the massive influx of migration from 1880 to 1920 had produced in the United States.  Matches were frequently advertised as being contests between nations.  So playbills would showcase that one opponent was from Greece and the other from, say, Poland.  This niche marketing was intentionally geared to draw an audience from very specific ethnic groups or minorities to be found in specific cities and small towns.  Such was the advertising focus of the local and national sports promoters that arenas (and other such venues) in a specific neighborhood were also the locations for very limited contests.  If say within a heavily populated Hispanic neighborhood then the local "champions" would be of Hispanic extraction and the challengers always from some other ethnic group.  If long standing grievances existed back in an immigrant groups' country of origin, say between Russians and Ukrainians, then in a Ukrainian neighborhood or arena area Russian wrestlers or boxers appeared on a regular basis.

Professional sports is a business.  And racism aside if the native-born promoters could make money by presenting ethnic boxers and tickets could be sold on a regular basis then they would showcase as many ethnic fighters as the public would support.

As professional boxers many of these early Greek immigrants were extremely well-known to the American public.  Given the celebrity status a number of these men enjoyed their exploits outside the ring were also a matter of public record.  As volunteers for the American Expeditionary Force in World War I both George Brown and Kid Greek (a.k.a. Gus Placos) were hailed across the country.  As both men were foreign born and not citizens they were technically exempt from service.  Each waved this exemption by quickly volunteering.  Placos was especially noted for his sustained efforts to train his fellows in the 'sweet science' of boxing.  Regrettably this all too brief account cannot even begin to outline the careers or later lives of this exceptional group of men.

The short account of Greek boxer Frankie Driscoll must then serve us here as an example of the kind of life many of the early Greek immigrant boxers experienced.  Driscoll was born Photios J. Suerkides, on the Greek island of Samos on November 16, 1892.  At the time of his birth Suerkides/Driscoll was born a slave of the Ottoman Empire.

During a February 24, 1935 interview Driscoll offer the following:  "In the summer of 1904 after school had closed and for a vacation, my father took me in a small boat to Piraeus, the seaport for Athens, where I was put on a ship in which my brother was in charge," he recalled.  " I was only 12 years old and that ship, though it would look very small alongside some of our present-day boats, certainly looked like the biggest ship in the world to me."

The voyage was a simple trading one to Russia for grain.  "We passed through the Dardanelles, Constantinople and the Black Sea, and there in the Black Sea I met adventure that I'll never forget as long as I live," Suerkides said.

The trip across the Black Sea passed uneventfully.  The tramp steamer loaded the grain from Russia and began what was planned to be a long voyage to the French port of Marseilles.  But as the ship was sailing back across the center of the Black Sea, a storm broke.  "Giant waves forced our small boat to pop around like a top in a tub of water," Suerkides vividly described.  "The waves carried away two members of the crew; two of the four lifeboats were washed away.  The big smoke funnel was bent."  The passengers and crew were forced to abandon ship.

Suerkides and 11 other men spent five days in an open boat without food or fresh water.  On the evening of the sixth day, when several crew members "were on the brink of madness," they saw smoke on the horizon.  The men tied burlap bags to their oars and began waving them frantically.  A British tanker started to come toward them.  The crew was so weak they had to be carried on board."  And all this, long before Suerkides' ever arrived in the United States!

Suerkides boxed professionally under the name Frankie Driscoll from roughly 1908 until 1914 but after hanging up his gloves he was far from done in sporting circles.  In the 1920s and 1930s, everybody in Lehigh Valley region knew Driscoll as an extremely prominent boxing promoter.  Lehigh Valley is the Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, A-NJ Metropolitan area.  A sharp-dresser with an easy smile Driscoll was especially remembered for staging the Joey Kauffman-Bucky Boyle bout at the Bethlehem Steel Corporation field.  The fight brought in 10,000 fans, the largest single boxing gate ever recorded in the Lehigh Valley.

So much more could be said of this collective of professional athletes - it makes one wonder why they are so ignored in our collective histories of Greeks in the United States.



Wednesday, March 23, 2016

SECOND NATIONAL HELLENIC AMERICAN GENEALOGY CONFERENCE



SECOND NATIONAL HELLENIC AMERICAN GENEALOGY CONFERENCE

Saturday, May 21st, 2016 (9:00 am – 5:00 pm)

Conference location:
National Hellenic Museum, 333 S. Halsted St., Chicago, IL 60661


ORGANIZED & FUNDED BY 
EMBCA (EAST MEDITERRANEAN BUSINESS CULTURE ALLIANCE)
IN ASSOCIATION WITH 
HellenicGenealogyGeek.com

with support from the Andrew Kopan Fund at National Hellenic Museum, Chicago, IL.

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Conference costs are covered by EMBCA and there will be no charge; however, to insure seating and availability of handouts, registration is required - http://embca.com/event/genealogy-conference-2016/?event_date=2016-05-21
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CONFERENCE AGENDA

8:30  – 9:00 a.m. – Registration/ Coffee

9:00 – 9:15 a.m. – Welcome/Opening Remarks
Moderator/ Host  of the event : Louis Katsos-  President/Founder , EMBCA
John A. Calamos, Sr. – Chairman, National Hellenic Museum of Chicago

9:15 – 9:45 a.m. – “The World They Left Behind – The Rural Greece of the Emigrants to America, 1890s-1920s”
Speaker:  Dr.. Alexander Kitroeff, History Professor, Haverford College

9:45 – 10:15 a.m. – Song of My Life
Speaker: Harry Mark Petrakis- Novelist/ Writer

10:15 – 10:30 a.m. – Break

10:30 – 11:15 a.m. – Resources for Hellenic Genealogy Research
Speaker:  Georgia Stryker Keilman,  Founder of HellenicGenealogyGeek.com, Hellenic American Genealogist/ Researcher

11:15 – 11:45 a.m. –  Research in Greece Using Civil and Church Records
Speaker:  Gregory Kontos,- Hellenic Genealogist / Researcher/ Hellenic History Student

11:45 a.m. – 1:00.p.m. – Lunch

1:00 – 1:30 p.m. – “Hidden Mosaics:  An Aegean Tale”
Speaker:  Alexander Billinis, Author

1:30 – 2:00 p.m. – Ellis Island and its Records
Speaker:  George Tselos, Supervisory Archivist and Head of Reference Services of the  Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island

2:00 – 2:30 p.m. – Oral History Project
Speaker: Dr. Nikos Alexiou, Sociology Professor, Queens College

2:30 – 2:45 p.m. – Break

3:00 – 3:30 p.m. – GAK, Greece General Archives Resources and Personal Research in Hellas and Turkey
Speaker: Michael Kalavritinos

3:30 – 4:00  p.m. – Planning a Genealogy Research Trip to Greece
Speaker: Carol Kostakos Petranek, Hellenic American Genealogist/ Researcher

4:00 – 4:45  p.m. – Museum Tour

4:45 —  5:00 p.m. —  Closing Remarks – Louis Katsos


Sunday, March 20, 2016

Greek Masons in Africa: the case of the Karpathian Masons of the Sudan by Evangelia Georgitsoyanni



GREEK MASONS IN AFRICA:  THE CASE OF THE KARPATHIAN MASONS OF THE SUDAN
By Evangelia N. Georgitsoyanni

Published in the Journal of the Hellenic Diaspora, Issue 1 - Year 2003

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From the article introduction:

The activity of the Greek masons (builders, marble-workers, carpenters, etc.) abroad, most of who originated from regions having a long tradition in these arts, constitutes an interesting aspect of the history of the Greek Diaspora.

The case of those originating from Karpathos - the second largest island in the Dodecanese, which lies on the southeastern edge of the Aegean between Crete and Rhodes - is characteristic.  The Karpathians were the most numerous, and also the most active, builders and carpenters among the so-called "traditional" masons, who lived on the Aegean islands during the period of Turkish occupation.  They worked mainly on the nearby islands - especially on Crete - and in Asia Minor; they were temporary immigrants who worked in groups every year from April to October and then returned home.  Following the creation of the modern Greek state their activity also expanded into the regions included within its borders, because of the work opportunities arising out of the building activity which was beginning there.  From the turn of the twentieth century onwards they started to seek work in Africa and Asia, and in America as well.  Several factors contributed to this migration.  Among the most important were:  after 1869 the gradual abolition by the Ottoman government of many of the "privileges" of the Dodecanese, the population growth of the island from the end of the nineteenth century, the Italian Occupation of the Dodecanese (1912), the Greek defeat in Asia Minor (1922) - after which the Karpathian masons were cut off definitevely from Asia Minor - and of course, the growing demand for skilled craftsmen in the countries of acceptance.

Thus, having learned of the new work opportunities in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan that had been created in 1899, many Karpathian masons left for that country.  The present article deals with the activity of these masons, the last of the traditional craftsmen, and their descendants, in the Sudan.  . . . . 




Saturday, March 19, 2016

Village of SAVALIA, Municipality of Ilidos, Region of Ilias, Greece - FREE Translation of 1867 General Election List




The digital collections of the Greek State Archives offer a wealth of information to those of us interested in Greek genealogy.  As part of their online collection is the "Election Material From the Collection of Vlachoyiannis" .  This includes "General Election Lists" for each Municipality; recorded by community (city, village, settlement, etc.).

You can view a scanned copy of each list, printed in the Greek language.  This is a GREAT resource, but very difficult to navigate for those who do not read Greek.  Each row includes:  Line # -  Given Name, Surname - Father's Name -  Age - Occupation.

I have translated these pages and made them available in both Greek and English, doing my best to transcribe the information accurately.  I would always recommend viewing the original scanned copies (link below).  

- To the best of my knowledge, these lists include all Males who were eligible to vote in the elections.  

- Names are in alphabetical order by Given name (First name), many times recorded as an abbreviation.  Example:  Panag = Panagiotis.

- Since the names are in order by Given name you will have to look at the entire community to find multiple members of the family in the same village.  Many times a father is still alive and you will be able to find him in these electoral lists.  This can help advance you family history research back to the early 1800's.  Example:  Year of Election List is 1872.  Father's age is 65.  Birth year would be calculated as 1807.

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If you wish to share any of the translated information, please give appropriate credit and reference Hellenic Genealogy Geek at http://www.hellenicgenealogygeek.com along with my name (Georgia Stryker Keilman).  Thanks so much.
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VILLAGE OF SAVALIA
in the
Municipality of Ilidos

For your further reference, 
below is the Greek link to the online copies of the 
1867 Greek Electoral Rolls for this community


Line # - Surname - Given Name - Father's Name - Age - Occupation

382 – Ανδρεας ΓκαντσουναςΙωαννης – 22 – ποιμην

382 – Andreas Gantsounas – Ioannis – 22 - shepherd

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383 – Ανδρ Σιδεροκαστριτης - _____ - 28 – γεωργος

383 – Andr Siderokastritis - _____ - 28 - farmer

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384 – Ανδρ ΤσιμπιδηςΠαναγιωτης – 32 – γεωργος

384 – Andr Tsimbidis – Panagiotis – 32 - farmer

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385 – Αναγν ΣπιαδιωτηςΜητρος – 26 – γεωργος

385 – Anagn Spiadiotis – Mitros – 26 - farmer

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386 – Αθαν ΚατοχιανοςΘεοδωρος – 50 – γεωργος

386 – Athan Katochianos – Theodoros – 50 - farmer

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387 – Ανδρικ μπουρμποςΘεοδωρος – 57 – γεωργος

387 – Andrik Bourmbos – Theodoros – 57 - farmer

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388 – Αθαν μουσχοςΝικολαος – 83 ? – γεωργος

388 – Athan Mouschos – Nikolaos – 83 ? - farmer

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389 – Αντων μητροπουλος – Μητρος – 50 – γεωργος

389 – Andon MitropoulosMitros – 50 - farmer

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390 – Αντων μουσχοπουλος – Αθανασιος – 35 – γεωργος

390 – Andon MouschopoulosAthanasios – 35 - farmer

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391 – Αυγερ μαλουκος – Βασιλειος – 26 – γεωργος

391 – Avger MaloukosVasileios – 26 - farmer

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392 – Αδαμ Αιοσης – Δημητριος – 28 – ποιμην

392 – Adam AiosisDimitrios – 28 - shepherd

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393 – Ανδρ Σουκουλερος – Παναγος – 26 – γεωργος

393 – Andr SoukoulerosPanagos – 26 - farmer

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394 – Αθαν Κασσης – Μητρος – 28 – ποιμην

394 – Athan KassisMitros – 28 - shepherd

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395 – Αντων Καρομπανης – Παναγος – 25 – γεωργος

395 – Andon KarombanisPanagos – 25 - farmer

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396 – Αθαν Διοσης – Ηλιας – 24 – γεωργος

396 – Athan DiosisIlias – 24 - farmer

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397 – Βασιλ Σηγαλος – Αναστασιος – 35 – γεωργος

397 – Vasil SigalosAnastasios – 35 - farmer

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398 – Βασιλ Ανδριοπουλος – Ανδρεας – 26 – γεωργος

398 – Vasil AndriopoulosAndreas – 26 - farmer

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399 - Γεωρ Αναστασοπουλος – αναστας – 35 – γεωργος

399 – Geor AnastasopoulosAnastas – 35 - farmer

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400 – Γεωρ Ζωγραφος – Δημητριος – 80 – κτηματιας

400 – Geor ZografosDimitrios – 80 - landowner

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401 – Γεωρ Ζαφειροπουλος – Παναγιωτης – 26 – γεωργος

401 – Geor Zafeiropoulosanagiotis – 26 - farmer

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402 – Γεωρ Σκονδρας – Θεοδωρος – 29 – γεωργος

402 – Geor SkondrasTheodoros – 29 - farmer

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403 – Γεωρ Σηγαλος – Αναστασιος – 25 – γεωργος

403 – Geor SigalosAnastasios – 25 - farmer

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404 – Γεωρ ?ζαντοπουλος – Χρηστος – 34 – ποιμην

404 – Geor ?zandopoulosChristos – 34 - shepherd

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405 – Γεωρ Αρματακης – Φωτης – 30 – γεωργος

405 – Geor ArmatakisFotis – 30 - farmer

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406 – Γεωρ Καρκανιδης – Κωνσταντης – 29 – γεωργος

406 – Geor KarkanidisKonstandis – 29 - farmer

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407 – Γεωρ Παππαγεωργοπουλος – μητρος – 45 – γεωργος

407 – Geor PappageorgopoulosMitros – 45 - farmer

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408 – Γεωρ Σταθοπουλος – Ευσταθιος – 25 – γεωργος

408 – Geor StathopoulosEfstathios – 25 - farmer

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409 – Γεωρ Σταμος – Διονυσιος – 23 – γεωργος

409 – Geor StamosDionysios – 23 - farmer

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410 – Δημητρ Γιαννοπουλος – Γεωργιος – 25 – γεωργος

410 – Dimitr GiannopoulosGeorgios – 25 - farmer

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411 – Δημητρ Αποστολοπουλος – Διονυσιος – 35 ? – κτηματιας

411 – Dimitr ApostolooulosDionysios – 35 ? - landowner

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412 – Δημητρ Πανουριας – αναγνωστης – 30 - _____

412 – Dimitr PanouriasAnagnostis – 30 - _____

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413 – Δημητρ Αναγνωστοπουλος – Εμανουηλ – 28 – γεωργος

413 – Dimitr AnagnostopoulosEmanouil – 28 - farmer

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414 – Δημητρ Σταγκος – Αντωνιος – 53 – γεωργος

414 – Dimitr StangosAndonios – 53 - farmer

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415 – Δημητρ Μουσσης – Γεωργιος – 65 – γεωργος

415 – Dimitr MoussisGeorgios – 65 - farmer

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416 – Δημητρ Κατζουριδης – Γιανακης – 34 – γεωργος

416 – Dimitr KatzouridisGianakis – 34 - farmer

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417 – Δημητρ Δισκοπουλος – Ηλιας – 29 – γεωργος

417 – Dimitr DiskopoulosIlias – 29 - farmer

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418 – Δημητρ Στασινος – Στασινος – 28 – γεωργος

418 – Dimitr Stasinos – 28 - farmer

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419 – Διον Ρενεσης – Ευσταθιος – 28 – γεωργος

419 – Dion RenesisEfstathios – 28 - farmer

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420 – Διον στροβολαιμος – Νικολαος – 35 – γεωργος

420 – Dion StrovolaimosNikolaos – 35 - farmer

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421 – Δημητρ Στροβολαιμος – Νικολαος – 30 – γεωργος

421 – Dimitr StrovolaimosNikolaos – 30 - farmer

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422 – Δημητρ Αρματακης – Φωτης – 45 – γεωργος

422 – Dimitr Armatakis – Fotis – 45 - farmer

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423 – Δημητρ Γκολφινος – Γκολφινος – 25 – γεωργος

423 – Dimitr Golfinos – Golfinos – 25 - farmer

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424 – Δημητρ Κασσας - _____ - 58 – ποιμην

424 – Dimitr Kassas - _____ - 58 - shepherd

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425 – Διον Διονης – Ηλιας – 22 – γεωργος

425 – Dion Dionis – Ilias – 22 - farmer

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426 – Δημος Ηλιακος - _____ - 60 – ποιμην

426 – Dimos Iliakos - _____ - 60 - shepherd

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427 – Επαμινων Ανδραβιδιωτης – Νικολαος – 28 – γεωργος

427 – Epaminon Andravidiotis – Nikolaos – 28 - farmer

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428 – Θεοδωρ Ξυλοκοτας – Παναγιωτης – 50 – ποιμην

428 – Theodor Xylokotas – Panagiotis – 50 - shepherd

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429 – Θεοδωρ Ζουδιαρης – Αθανασιος – 90 – ποιμην

429 – Theodor Zoudiaris – Athanasios – 90 - shepherd

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430 – Ιωαν Σκιαδιωτης – Χρηστος – 22 – γεωργος

430 – Ioan Skiadiotis – Christos – 22 - farmer

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431 – Ιωαν Λουκας – Νικολαος – 23 – γεωργος

431 – Ioan Loukas – Nikolaos – 23 - farmer

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432 – Ιωαν Ανδραβιδιωτης – Νικολαος – 40 – γεωργος

432 – Ioan Andravidiotis – Nikolaos – 40 - farmer

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433 – Ιωαν Κοκλας - _____ - 30 – γεωργος

433 – Ioan Koklas - _____ - 30 - farmer

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434 – Ιωαν Δρακος – Χρηστος – 60 – γεωργος

434 – Ioan Drakos – Christos – 60 - farmer

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435 – Ιωαν Ζαφειροπουλος – Παναγος – 32 – κτηματιας

435 – Ioan Zafeiropoulos – Panagos – 32 - landowner

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436 – Ιωαν Κουρλος – Ανδρεας – 35 – γεωργος

436 – Ioan Kourlos – Andreas – 35 - farmer

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437 – Ιωαν Καραμπανης – Παναγος – 26 – ποιμην

437 – Ioan Karambanis – Panagos – 26 - shepherd

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438 – Ιωαν Γιαντζουκας – Γεωργιος – 48 – ποιμην

438 – Ioan Giandzoukas – Georgios – 48 - shepherd

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439 – Ιωαν Αθανασοπουλος - _____ - 50 – ποιμην

439 – Ioan Athanasopoulos - _____ - 50 - shepherd

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440 – Ιωαν Μητροπουλος – Μητρος – 38 – γεωργος

440 – Ioan Mitropoulos – Mitros – 38 - farmer

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441 – Ιωαν Χριστοφυλοπουλος – Γεωργιος – 28 – γεωργος

441 – Ioan Christofylopoulos – Georgios – 28 - farmer

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442 – Ιωαν Παππαδοπουλος – Διονυσιος – 20 – γεωργος

442 – Ioan Pappadopoulos – Dionysios – 20 - farmer

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443 – Ιωαν Μουσχος – Αθανασιος – 24 – γεωργος

443 – Ioan Mouschos – Athanasios – 24 - farmer

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444 – Κωνστ Ζουδιαρης – Θεοδωρος – 26 – ποιμην

444 – Konst Zoudiaris – Theodoros – 26 - shepherd

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445 – Κωνστ Πετας - _____ - 35 – γεωργος

445 – Konst Petas - _____ - 35 - farmer


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446 – Κωνστ Σκηαδιωτης – Μητρος – 24 – γεωργος

446 – Konst Skiadiotis – Mitros – 24 - farmer

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447 – Νικολ Θεοδωροπουλος – Θεοδοσης – 38 – γεωργος

447 – Nikol Theodoropoulos – Theodosis – 38 - farmer

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448 – Νικολ Μπουγιονικολος – Παναγιωτης – 23 – γεωργος

448 – Nikol Bougionikolos – Panagiotis – 23 - farmer

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449 – Νικολ Λεβιθοχορτος – Ιωαννης – 25 – γεωργος

449 – Nikol Levithochortos – Ioannis – 25 - farmer

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450 – Νικολ Κουρλας – Ανδρεας – 22 – γεωργος

450 – Nikol Kourlas – Andreas – 22 - farmer

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451 – Νικολ Καραφλος – Χρηστος – 37 – γεωργος

451 – Nikol Karaflos – Christos – 37 - farmer

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452 – Νικολ Τζακωνας – Ιωαννης – 32 – γεωργος

452 – Nikol Tzakonas – Ioannis – 32 - farmer

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453 – Νικολ Κοντογωνης – Παναγιωτης – 52 – γεωργος

453 – Nikol Kondogonis – Panagiotis – 52 - farmer

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454 – Νικολ Κουτουλας - _____ - 42 – ποιμην

454 – Nikol Koutoulas - _____ - 42 - shepherd

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455 – Νικολ Λιοδης – Δημητριος – 23 – γεωργος

455 – Nikol Liodis – Dimitrios – 23 - farmer

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456 – Νικολ Κασσας – Ιωαννης – 25 – ποιμην

456 – Nikol Kassas – Ioannis – 25 - shepherd

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457 – Νικολ Μητροπουλος – Ιωαννης – 21 – ποιμην

457 – Nikol Mitropoulos – Ioannis – 21 - shepherd

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458 – Νικολ Πλακας – Δημος – 28 – ποιμην

458 – Nikol Plakas – Dimos – 28 - shepherd

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459 – Πανος Γιανοπουλος – Ιωαννης – 65 – γεωργος

459 – Panos Gianopoulos – Ioannis – 65 - farmer

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460 – Παναγ Ανδριοπουλος – Ανδρεας – 28 – γεωργος

460 – Panag Andriopoulos – Andreas – 28 - farmer

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461 – Παναγ Αντωνοπουλος – Αντωνιος – 45 – ποιμην

461 – Panag Andonopoulos – Andonios – 45 - shepherd

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462 – Παναγ Καραμπανης – Γιανακος – 60 – γεωργος

462 – Panag Karambanis – Gianakos – 60 - farmer

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463 – Παναγ Μπεσσας – Μητρος – 29 – ποιμην

463 – Panag Bessas – Mitros – 29 - shepherd

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464 – Παναγ Μπουγιονικολος – Παναγιωτης – 24 – γεωργος

464 – Panag Bougionikolos – Panagiotis – 24 - farmer

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465 – Παναγ Κατοχιανος – Αθανασιος – 23 – γεωργος

465 – Panag Katochianos – Athanasios – 23 - farmer

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466 – Σωτηρ. Κασσας – Μητρος – 36 – ποιμην

466 – Sotir Kassas – Mitros – 36 - shepherd

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467 – Σπυρ Κουτουλας - _____ - 30 – ποιμην

467 – Spyr Koutoulas - _____ - 30 - shepherd

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468 – Σπυρ Χρυσικος – Γεωργιος – 25 – γεωργος

468 – Spyr Chrysikos – Georgios – 25 - farmer

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469 – Σπυρ Ανδραβιδιωτης – Νικολαος – 24 – γεωργος

469 – Spyr Andravidiotis – Nikolaos – 24 - farmer

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470 – Σωτηρ Αποστολοπουλος – Διονυσιος – 24 – γεωργος

470 – Sotir Apostolopoulos – Dionysios – 24 - farmer

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471 – Σταματελ Στρουζος - _____ - 30 – γεωργος

471 – Stamatel Strouzos - _____ - 30 - farmer

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472 – Σταυρος Ηλιακης – Δημος – 30 – ποιμην

472 – Stavros Iliakis – Dimos – 30 - shepherd

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473 – Φωτης Βελοπετροπουλος – Νικολαος – 50 – χοιροβασκος

473 – Fotis Velopetropoulos – Nikolaos – 50 – swineherd (a person who tends pigs)

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474 – Χρηστος Αρματακης – Δημητριος – 22 – γεωργος

474 – Christos Armatakis – Dimitrios – 22 - farmer

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475 – Χρηστος Κονταρης – Γεωργιος – 25 – γεωργος

475 – Christos Kondaris – Georgios – 25 - farmer

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