Aridas Christos Mihail

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  • Name Aridas Christos Mihail 
    Born 1840  Agios Ioannis - St. Johns, Sparta, Laconia, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • General Archives of Greece, Election Material from the Collection of Vlachoyiannis (1864-1925), File 25 - 1872 Electoral Rolls, Lakedaimona - village of Agios Ioannis
      1872: File 25, Image 434, Line #2041 Christos Aridakos, age 32; occupation: landowner.

      Year 1873: File 25, Image 484, Line 2214
      Christos Aridakos, age 33; occupation: landowner

      Image in Greek Archives Election Rolls folder, File 25





    Gender Male 
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    FS ID L8WZ-Y9C 
    Name Christos Aridakos 
    • July 2014: Carol Petranek and Gregory Kontos visited Pigi Lerikos Aridas in Agios Ioannis. She said that the Aridas family name was originally Mihalakakos. They changed it to Aridas and Aridakos and a family member (Konstandinos) changed it back to Mihalakakos because he did not like Aridakos.
    Residence 1872  Agios Ioannis - St. Johns, Sparta, Laconia, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location  [1

    • General Archives of Greece, Election Material from the Collection of Vlachoyiannis (1864-1925), File 25 - 1872 Electoral Rolls, Lakedaimona - village of Agios Ioannis
      1872: File 25, Image 434, Line 2041 Christos Aridakos, age 32; occupation: landowner.

      Image in Greek Archives folder, Election Lists, File 25.
      Year 1873: File 25, Image 484, Line 2214
      Christos Aridakos, age 33; occupation: landowner

      Image in Greek Archives Election Rolls folder, File 25
    Residence 1875  Agios Ioannis - St. Johns, Sparta, Laconia, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    • General Archives of Greece, Election Material from the Collection of Vlachoyiannis (1864-1925), File 25 - 1872 Electoral Rolls, Lakedaimona - village of Agios Ioannis
      Year 1872: File 25, Image 434, Line #2041:
      Christos Aridakos, age 32; occupation: landowner.
      Year 1873: File 25, Image 484, Line 2214
      Christos Aridakos, age 33; occupation: landowner

      Image in Greek Archives Election Rolls folder, File 25


      Named as father in Mitroon Arrenon, 1875, April, from Sparta:
      Page 71, Line #3318:
      Aridakos, Konstandinos, father: Christos; born 1875, 4th month (April), in Agios Ioannis.
      Received from Aris Poulimenakos, September 2013.
      Copy in Greek Archive file; also in "Aridas - Aridakos subfolder" on computer.
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    Died Greece Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • Name from town register family #6, listing his son, Mihail (wife Eleni) and their family.

      July 2014: Carol Petranek and Gregory Kontos visited Pigi Lerikos Aridas in Agios Ioannis. She said that the Aridas family name was originally Mihalakakos. They changed it to Aridas and Aridakos and a family member (Konstandinos) changed it back to Mihalakakos because he did not like Aridakos.

      October 5, 2009 email from George Revelos to Carol Petranek stated that Christos and Golfo were his great-grandparents:

      October 5, 2009
      Dear Carol,
      I was surprised to get your e-mail.  I would be happy to give you all my information regarding my side of the Aridas family, however it is rather limited.  My great grandparents were Christos and Golfo Aridas.  My mother, Frosine Aridas Revelos, is 101 years old and unfortunately had a stroke in 1997 and suffered both short and long term memory loss. She does not remember her parents and siblings.  However,  I know my grandfather Michael Aridas was married twice and lived in Agios Ioannis. He and his second wife Eleni Karteroulis, my grandmother, had passed by the time I went to Greece.  His youngest living child Anastasia Aridas Pantazou, my mother's sister and my aunt, lived in the "patrico" house. I and my brothers visited many times.  The family home in Agios Ioannis was divided into three homes.  My grandfather's portion faced the road
      from Sparta as did the portion that Aristides Aridas lived. Michael's nearest Sparta and Aristidis' away from Sparta. I don't know the name of Aristidis' father who would have been my grandfather's brother. the third portion behind the first two,was accessed via a walk from the road on the Sparta side of my grandfather's home.  A Papagianakos family lived there. 

      I believe that Aristidis Aridas was a partner in the local bus service in Sparta with a Kostakos from Agios Ioannis.  Aristidis had two children Fifitsa and George.  Fifitsa married and lived in Athens.  I
      forget her married name.  George married Mantoula and lives in his family home.  He was also involved in the bus service after Aristidis passed, but has since retired.  He had two children Aris and Roula who my mother baptized.  Aris lives in Athens and Roula lives with her parents.  She
      works in one of the banks in Sparta.  She is paralyzed from the waist down due to a motor scooter accident as a teen.  Their address is George Aridas, Agios Ioannis, Sparti 23100, Greece.
       
      Now to get to my grandfather.  I don't know his first wife's name.  She bore him three children, Christos, Katina and Golfo.  Christos went to Russia to live with an uncle.  He died during the Russian Revolution, either in the Red or White Army.  He left a Russian wife and children.
      During the Greek Civil War after World War II she wrote my grandfather to come to Greece.  Grandfather rejected her pleas because the Communists at that time vowed to send children to indoctrinate Greece to Communism.

      Katina married Louis Vlahos (Ilias Vlachos) from Sparta and came to Springfield, Ohio.  She had four children, John, Michael, Lester (Eleftheris) and Maxine (Metaxia).  John Vlahos married Olivia a non Greek from Texas and became a playwright.  He did all the screen plays for "The 3 Mesquiteers"westerns in Hollywood before moving to Connecticut. He wrote plays for Studio One and Omnibus on TV.  He is deceased. His wife taught in college in Connecticut.  They had three children two girls and a boy.  Stephanie was one of the girls. I've forgotten the other's
      name. Their son Michael Vlahos was a Washington Naval Intelligence spokesman on the news duringthe Falklands War.  Michael was killed in action in WWII and is buried in the American Cemetery in Belgium.  He was a navigator on a B17 bomber and never married.  Lester married Effie from Huntington, WV. and lived in Dayton, OH.  He had one son Lou.  Maxine married Nick Stamas from Dayton.  Both John and Maxine named their sons after their brother Michael, killed in WWII. She had twin boys Michael and Steven and a daughter Nikki.  Both Lester and Maxine are still living, both widowed.  I was close to the Vlahos family spending many years together visiting my Thea Katina.  Grandfather brought Golfo and his son Panagiotis, his son from his second wife to Springfield to live with Katina in 1921.  Golfo married a Pappas from Columbus and died there in childbirth in 1929.  The baby died also.  My mother, Frosine visited
      her in Columbus thatyear.  I think Panagiotis lived with her and died from the Flu prior to my Mother coming to America.  Grandfather returned to Greece without Golfo and Panagiotis in 1921 or 1922, I'm not sure.

      Grandfather had many children with his 2nd wife Eleni Karteroulis. Evangelis died in his youth, Vasilis, born in 1905, died while in the Greek Army.  My mother was born in 1908, Panagiotis in 1910 died in the US, Kosta in 1912 died in the 1950's from TB. He was a theologian and
      never married.  Iphigenia died in infancy.  Anastasia was born in 1918. She married late in life to Spiros Pantazos and died in a Nursing home in Sparta several years back.  She sold the family home prior to passing. We visited Thea Tasia often during her lifetime. 

      The records inSparta and now in Mistra are all messed up. They didn't show my mother as Michael's daughter nor did they show he was married twice.  We, just this summer, corrected that.  We sent Mistra a copy of my mother's Greek marriage certificate that lists her as a
      daughter of Michael Aridas.
       
      By the way, I attendedAmerican University in my freshman year in 1948-1949 and watched Truman's inauguration that year.  I had an aunt Tasia Chaconas whose maiden name was Vouyaglis, I believe, from Agios Ioannis that I visited whenin Washington.
       
      If you have any further questions, please feel free to e-mail me.
       
      George N. Revelos
       
      PS   My father was from Kosma and Vrondama andthe name in Greece is
      Rempelos.
       
       
      October 7, 2009
       
      Dear Carol,
       
      Thanks for the information.  You will notice that thereare two Eleni
      Aridas listed in the Dimotologion, one born in 1866 with no father's last
      name and death in 1959 and the other born in 1877.  Christos Aridasis
      listed between the two, born in 1900 and death on 9/11/1955 which is the
      same death date as Vasilios.They have the records screwed up.  My
      grandfather died within weeks of my grandmother and they both died in
      1959.  You will notice that the second Eleni's father's name is Vasileos
      Kortapoulos.  I believe that's a typo and should be Karteroulis.  I'm
      going to get in touch with my cousin Lester Vlahos and find out what his
      grandmother's maiden name was.  I hope he knows.  My mother had a cousin
      named Vasilis Karteroulis whom I met on one of my trips to Agios Ioannis.
      My uncle Spiros Pantazou took me with Vasilis south of Sparta to go bird
      hunting.  I was just a spectator.  But, I digress.  The Dimotologion
      lists Christos after the first Eleni and he would be her child. It lists
      neither Katina nor Golfo.  My mother is also missing.  Also, Christos
      died in Russia and he and Vasilios could not have died in 1955. When my
      mother married on March 3, 1929 in Sparta, they did not celebrate in
      Agios Ioannis due to the death of her brother.  I believe that was
      Vasilios.  They celebrated the wedding for a week in my dad's village of
      Vrondama.
       
      I am attaching a copy of thefamily record from Mistra.  My brother
      Charlie was trying to get mymother recognized as part of the family and
      hired an attorney inGreece.  It seems the records in Spartawere moved
      to Mistra. The records areatrocious.  It lists date of births 100years
      off and list no date ofdeaths. However, It does show my grandmother's
      father as VasiliosKarteroulis.
         
      George Aridas called me lastmonth, asking how we were all doing.  My
      brother Charlie hosted Georgeand Roula when they were in Miami, FL at
      the Spine Clinic looking fortreatments for Roula years ago.
       
      Looking forward to hearingfrom you.
       
      George           
       
      My response - Oct 7:
      Hello George,
       
      I have been reading you remails and looking at the information I have received from the Archives in Sparta. Thank you for taking the time to write to me about your family. I am trying to understand everything a little bit at a time. I have lots of questions and things could get confusing for both of us. If you are willing, I think it would be best if we worked through one family at a time -- is this okay with you?
      I have figured out how we are related -- Mihail Aridas (no dates) is our common ancestor. The parents of my grandmother, Hariklia Aridas were Georgios Aridas (died 1960) and Afroditi Lerikou. Georgios' father was Mihail Aridas.
       
      I have attached 4 documents-- two of them are copies of the Town Register that I received for Mihail(there is a page 1 and a page 2). It lists the information differently than the one from Mistra that you sent me.
      One is a family group sheet from my genealogy program that shows the information I have for Mihail & Eleni Lopakos. If you read the notes on page 2, it will show you where I got my information.
      The last is a copy of Mihail's family as it is listed on the Family Trees of Southern Parnon website.I believe this is information that you had sent in.
       
      Looking at all these documents and the Town Register that you emailed to me, there are some discrepancies. I was so happy to get your email today, as it helped me understand some of the records. You are right -- the records are very messed up!
       
      I have a very big question --why are both Eleni's listed in this record? Was this like a census record that lists everyone in a household? Or is it a record of a man's family, which includes spouses who have died? It has left out children, as you said below!
      If you look at the attached Town Register, page 1 & 2, it shows:
      Mihail born 1867
      Eleni Lopakos (born 1866) --her father is Demetrios Lopakos
      Christos born 1900. You said that this placement in the record indicates that Christos is the son of Eleni Lopakos & Mihail. This corresponds with the information I have.
      You also said that the the mother of the following children, who are listed after Eleni Karteroulis would be her children, not Eleni Lopakos'. Please verify that this is correct, and I will change the information in my database.
      Eleni Karteroulis (born 1877)
      Vasilios born 1905. Panagiotis born 1910 (do you agree that this is the correct name)? You have his birth year as 1909 - both registers show it as 1910. Do you have a different source that shows 1909?
      I'm confused about the next name:  Konstandinos Mihalakakos. Who is this? Is he the Konstandinos that you have as Mihail & Eleni K.'s son?
      Anastasia born 1918.
       
      Now to address some other notes in your email below:
      1.  Katina and Golfo are children of Eleni Lopakos & Mihail? This makes sense, as Golfo is the grandmother's name. I wonder who Katina was named after? (Unless the godparents didn't follow the naming tradition)
       
      2.  You are saying that Michail C. & Eleni Karteroulis both died in 1959.
       
      3.  I learned from a Greek genealogist that the"death dates" on the Dimotologion are not the actual dates of death,but the dates that the deaths were physically recorded in the register. Thatexplains why the same date appears over and over again for different people.Sometimes those dates are many years after the actual event occurred. However,if I don't have an exact death date, I will use the date on the Dimotologion soas to show that the person was deceased.
       
      One last comment. I received many "Male Registers" from the Archives. As you know, it lists a man and his father. However, it lists the first and last names only, not the middle names. So of course there is confusion as to which man is the father of which son! Some of my records may have the wrong people connected if I made an error using the Male Register to try to put together a family.                                               
       
      Maybe between the two of us,we can make sure that we have the correct information in our records.
       
      I am happy to hear that George Aridas called you recently. He and his family are such wonderful people.Did he tell you the names of his son, Aris' wife and his children?
       
      Best wishes,
      Carol
       
       
      October 8, 2009
      Dear Carol,
       
      Thanks very much for copiesof the Dimotologion.  I couldn't reach my
      cousin Lester, but after reading the Dimotologion you sent I have deduced
      that Lopakos has been misinterpreted.  It should be Leakakos orLiakakos.
       Lester had told me that he and his sister Maxine visited their Mother's
      relatives in Athens yearsago  and it was Leakakos orLiakakos.  I
      remember I had asked cousin Lester if Mike Liakakos from Dayton was
      related to him and he hadsaid no.  When I get Lester on the phoneI'll
      verify the spelling.  The person entering the data on theDimotologion
      had an odd way of writing kappa.  If you look at  Γκολφο the κ in the
      name below appears twice.  I don't know how Panagiotis’birth became 1909.
      I believe 1910 is correct.  Stelios Hagias may have gotten that from the
      ship's manifest when grandfather and Panagiotis came to Springfield with
      Golfo.  As for Kosta Mihalakakos,  that is Kosta Aridas.  My uncle wrote
      my mother back in the late 1940's that he had uncovered the real name for
      Aridas as Mihalakakos.  He said that one of the ancestors had long legs
      which is what Aridas translates to from arida (leg). It was a nickname
      (παπατσουκλι) that stuck.  So, there for a while we were saying that mom
      was a Mihalakakos.  It didn't take long for that to disappear.  I think
      my uncle Kosta had that put in.  Maybe the note after his name references
      that.  I can't make out what it says.
       
      My sister Lula (Ζαχαρουλα) wasthe first of the children in our family to
      visit Agios Ioannis in the1950's and meet my grandparents.  My mother
      also went over in 1949 to visit her parents for the first time since her
      marriage in 1929.  I may be mistaken as to the death in the family at my
      mother's wedding.  It could have been Panagiotis and not Vasilis after
      seeing the Dimotologion.  It lists his residence as Agios Ioannis.  If
      that is true, then he returned to Greece with grandfather when they left
      Golfo in Springfield.  I had always assumed that he stayed on with Golfo,
      which may account why I can't find a death certificate for him in Ohio. 
       
      When I called Lester's number, I got a message that the number has been
      disconnected.  When I get in touch with him, I'll ask who his mother was
      named after.
      George
       
      October 13:
      I finally reached my cousin Lester.  He changed his phone number because
      he was getting all kinds of solicitations from girls in Africa that
      wanted to marry and come to America.  He doesn't know how his telephone
      number wound up in Africa.  He is in his early eightys.  He told me that
      his grandmother's last name was Leakakos and he doesn't know why his
      mother Katina was named Aikaterini.  He is a little hazy about time
      lines.  His mother came to Springfield when she was 16 with her aunt
      Dimitroula Vlahos and uncle Kostas Vlahos and married Louis Vlahos in
      Springfield.  I did some research and found her death certificate. She
      was born April 19, 1899 and died December 2, 1990.  I also found the ship
      manifest for S.S. Themistokles in 1913.  I am attaching a copy.  She is
      listed as Caterina Aridacos on line 9 and is 14 if I read it correctly.
      Wonder of wonders is that your grandmother Chariklia Aridas on line 16?
      Also on line 21 there is a Petros Papagianacos from Agios Ioannis. I
      wonder if he's of the same family that lived in the back side of the
      Aridas homestead.  If I find anything else I'll send it.
      George

      October 16, 2009
       
      Dear Carol,

      Thanks for the news.  If I knew beforehand that you were coming to Ohio,
      I would have invited you to stop by.  I'm not sure what part of Ohio,
      Belmont County is in.  I live in Middletown, Ohio between Cincinnati and
      Dayton.  I-75 passes by our city.

      Now to answer your questions.  You probably have George Aridas wife's
      name correctly.  I always new her as Mantoula or Matoula. That's what my
      aunt Tasia and George called her, so I guess it was a nickname.

      As for Christos Aridas,  the story that I had was that the uncle that he
      stayed with when Christos went to Russia was wealthy and the family
      returned to Greece after losing all their property to the Communists.  I
      don't recall their name, but supposedly, they claimed,  that Christos
      reported them to the Communists and they lost everything.

      Evangelis, according to my mother was the oldest child and she never new
      him.  He died before she was born or soon after.

      Kosta never married.  He went to Athens to study and became a theologian.
       In his youth, he was a pole vaulter and won a cup for placing first in
      Sparta.  He contracted tuberculoses while in Athens and died there.

      Anastasia married late in life and never had any children with Spiros
      Pantazou.  Spiros, originally from Agios Ioannis, lived in Toronto,
      Canada through World War II and returned to Greece after the war and
      married my aunt.  I don't know the year.  They came for a visit inthe
      1960's I believe.  They also visited his sister in Toronto.  The planwas
      for him to live in Canada for a year to be eligible for the Canadian
      Veterans pension while my aunt would return to Greece for the harvesting
      of the oranges.  Uncle Spiro turned down the opportunity for the pension
      and returned to Greece with my aunt.

      Your mention of Lerikou is interesting.  They ran a mini gas station
      close to my aunt's house.  As you were coming into Agios Ioannis the road
      took a jog left and right.  On the left side of the jog was a house with
      a swimming pool.  I forget the family that owned it.  At the rightjog on
      the right were two pumps and a little store.  The Aridas homestead was up
      the road a little on the left.  Then just past the George Aridas house
      the road took a right and left jog.  At the left jog was a small grocery
      run by the Bouzoukou family.  From there the road went straight to the
      Agios Ioannis platea.  On that stretch lived a Kostakos family.  You see,
      I married Soula Geroulakos that lived across from George Aridas in the
      church in Agios Ioannis in 1973.  So I am familiar with Agios Ioannis.
      My ex was friends with the wife of the young Kostakos that lived there.
      I divorced my wife in 1985 for being unfaithful and she returned to
      Greece with her two children. 

      I have been to Anavreti a couple of times for their church holiday.  I
      never stayed there but my mother and my youngest brother Charlie
      (deceased) were invited to someone's home there.  My mother related that
      years ago and I've forgotten the name.  Unfortunately, with my mother's
      memory loss, I can't get any information from her.

      I hope you had success on your road trip through Ohio, Indiana and
      Illinois.

      George

      On Tue, 13 Oct 2009 17:20:11 -0400 Carol & Gary Petranek
        Hi George,
        Icouldn't believe my eyes when I looked at this ship manifest! You
        are
        right -- it IS my grandmother, Chariklia, online 16! There are also
        
        several other people on that same page whom weare related to so
        there
        was a whole gang that came over on the sameboat. Now we know that
        my
        grandmother's family must have known theVlachos family quite well,
        as
        they all came together.
        Line 8 - Nikolaos Laricos -- Afroditi Lerikouis the mother of my
        grandmother, Chariklia. Afroditi's father was Panagiotis. Now I will  
        trace this Nikolaos.
        Lines 19&20 - Morfogenis - this family isfrom Anavriti (just over
        the
        mountain from Ag. Ioan.) Athanasia Morfogen married Demetrios
        Papagiannakos - not a bloodline to me, but a relationship through
        marriage.
        
        This ship manifest is a treasure to me --thank you for sending it.
        
        I am working my way through your emails and entering information
        into   the database on my computer. I have a couple of questions about the
        first email you sent me on Oct 5:
        
        1.  You mentioned that George Aridas(from the bus company) married
        Mantoula. I spent some time with them when Ivisited Greece, and I
        have   her name as Adamadia Attilakou. Would Mantoula be a nickname?
        
        2.  Christos Aridas who went to Russia --there is a family story
        that   my grandfather's half-brother (he was aKostakos) went to Russia and
        was   never heard from again. Christos went to see an Uncle in Russia. I
        wonder if it could possibly be this same person?
        
        3.  Michael Aridas & Eleni Kartroulis:
             a. Their son, Evangelis who died as a youth - I assume that
        was in  Ag. Ioannis? Any idea of his age, or if he was oldest or youngest or
        in   the middle of the kids?
            b.  Kosta who died in 1950's from TB - did he live in Ag.   Ioannis or  the US? Did he marry? Any children?
            c. Anastasia Pantazos - did she have any children?
        
        Thank you for answering these questions. Myhusband, Gary and I are
        leaving tomorrow to go on a genealogy trip toBelmont County, Ohio.
        His
        mother's side of the family traveled westthrough Ohio and Illinois,
        and
        we are trying to find Gary's great-great grandfather.We will be
        gone
        until Saturday.
        
        Have a good week and I will "talk"to you when I return.
        
        Again, thank you---
        Carol
       
       
       

      -- MERGED NOTE ------------

      Named as father of Konstandinos in Mitroon Arrenon, 1875, April, from Sparta:
      Page 71, Line #3318:
      Aridakos, Konstandinos, father: Christos; born 1875, 4th month (April), in Agios Ioannis.
      Received from Aris Poulimenakos, September 2013.
      Copy in Greek Archive file; also in "Aridas - Aridakos subfolder" on computer.
      This name is very close to my ARIDAS name; could they be the same?

      -- MERGED NOTE ------------

      Line #2041; 1872 Electoral Rolls of Agios Ioannis, Sparta, Lakonia: Christos Aridakos, age 32; occupation: landowner.

      Named as father of Konstandinos in Mitroon Arrenon, 1875, April, from Sparta:
      Page 71, Line #3318:
      Aridakos, Konstandinos, father: Christos; born 1875, 4th month (April), in Agios Ioannis.
      Received from Aris Poulimenakos, September 2013.
      Copy in Greek Archive file; also in "Aridas - Aridakos subfolder" on computer.
      This name is very close to my ARIDAS name; could they be the same?
    Person ID I1079  Kostakos
    Last Modified 11 Nov 2014 

    Father Aridas Mihail,   b. Of Agios Ioannis - St. Johns, Sparta, Laconia, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Deceased, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother Stamatina,   b. Of Agios Ioannis - St. Johns, Sparta, Laconia, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Of Agios Ioannis - St. Johns, Sparta, Laconia, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married Greece Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F319  Group Sheet

    Family Gkolfo,   b. 1866, Agios Ioannis (St. Johns), Lakonia, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Children 
    +1. Aridas Mihail Christos,   b. 1867, Agios Ioannis - St. Johns, Sparta, Laconia, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 Mar 1959, Agios Ioannis - St. Johns, Sparta, Laconia, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 92 years)
     2. Aridas Alexis Christos,   b. 1869, Agios Ioannis - St. Johns, Sparta, Laconia, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Of Agios Ioannis - St. Johns, Sparta, Laconia, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location
     3. Aridas Konstantinos Christos,   b. Apr 1875, Agios Ioannis - St. Johns, Sparta, Laconia, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. deceased, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 27 Jan 2015 
    Family ID F361  Group Sheet

  • Sources 
    1. [S88] General Archives of Greece - Electoral Rolls 1872-1873, Agios Ioannis (St Johns) Sparta, Greece, Year 1872: File 25, Image 434, Line #2041; Year 1873: File 25, Image 484, Line 2214 village of Agios Ioannis.

    2. [S120] General Archives of Greece - Mitroon Arrenon (Male Register), Year 1872: File 25, Image 434, Line #2041; Year 1873: File 25, Image 484, Line 2214 village of Agios Ioannis.


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