Papagiannakos Petros Nikolaos

Male 1894 - 1946  (52 years)


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  • Name Papagiannakos Petros Nikolaos 
    Born 1894  Agios Ioannis - St. Johns, Sparta, Laconia, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    • He is listed two times in the school archive record received August 2012. Father's first initial, N, is given.
    Gender Male 
    Birth 1895  Agios Ioannis - St. Johns, Sparta, Laconia, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 3
    • Mitroon Arrenon
      Eparhias Lakedaimonos; Nomos Lakonias, Village: Agios Ioannis
      Copy in Greek Archive file
      Year: 1895; line 8; Papagiannakos, Petros; father: Nikolaos; born 1895 in Agios Ioannis;
      death recorded
    Death Deceased  Greece Find all individuals with events at this location 
    FS ID M4MD-X4F 
    Immigration 11 Nov 1913  New York, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [4

    • Ship Manifest; S.S. Themistokles from Piraeus to New York City (Ellis Island); arriving Nov. 11, 1913:
      Papagianacos, Petros; age 17, male, single, workman, able to read and write, from Agios Ioannis Greece, nearest relative or friend from country: his father Nikolao from Agios Ioannis; final destination Hoboken, NJ, paid for passage himself; has not been in US previously; going to join his brother, Grigorios Papagianacos, 63 Newark Street, Hoboken, NJ; good health; no deformities; dark complexion, brown hair and eyes.
    _FSFTID M4MD-X4F 
    _UID 58239F587C4842BDBCA4BE7BC8695583D797 
    _WEBTAG
    • Line 21.
    _WEBTAG
    • Line 21. Also on this ship are Nikolaos Laricos, Ecaterina Aridacou, Nikolaos Morfogen and Christina Morfogen,
    Died 1946  Agios Ioannis - St. Johns, Sparta, Laconia, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 3
    Notes 
    • Name, birth and death from Mitron Arrenon received from Greek Archives in Sparta by Carol Petranek April 2006 in response to request for information on Kostakos and Papagianakos families. Death year on Mitron Arrenon is the year that the event was recorded in Mitron Arrenon.

      Mitroon Arrenon - Nomos Lakonias
      Received April 2006 from General Archives of Greece, 174 Vrasidou, Sparta 23100
      Line 8: Papagiannakos, Petros
      Born 1895 in Agios Ioannis
      Father: Nikolaos
      No death date recorded, but a notation of death was made.

      Ship Manifest; S.S. Themistokles from Piraeus to New York City (Ellis Island); arriving Nov. 11, 1913:
      Papagianacos, Petros; age 17, male, single, workman, able to read and write, from Agios Ioannis Greece, nearest relative or friend from country: his father Nikolao from Agios Ioannis; final destination Hoboken, NJ, paid for passage himself; has not been in US previously; going to join his brother, Grigorios Papagianacos, 63 Newark Street, Hoboken, NJ; good health; no deformities; dark complexion, brown hair and eyes.
    Person ID I210  Kostakos
    Last Modified 9 Aug 2014 

    Father Papagiannakos Nikolaos 2 Christos,   b. Bef 1869, Of Agios Ioannis - St. Johns, Sparta, Laconia, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. deceased, Of Agios Ioannis - St. Johns, Sparta, Laconia, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother Piperis Georgia,   b. Greece Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Greece Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married Abt 1888 
    • Marriage year estimated at 1 yr prior to birth of first son.
    Family ID F73  Group Sheet

  • Sources 
    1. [S59] General Archives of Greece - School Archives of General State Archives of Greece, Region of Sparta 1860-1900.

    2. [S20] General Archives of Greece - Town Register (Dimotologion Koinothtos).

    3. [S120] General Archives of Greece - Mitroon Arrenon (Male Register).

    4. [S54] Immigration - New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957.


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