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Popas KLEOPAS (1911 - 1988)

Born Famagusta, Cyprus, 6 October 1911, son of Yiangos Kleopas, Mukhtar of Varosia and Eleni Michaelidou, founder of Kantara resort and founding member of several societies and clubs. After finishing F...

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Maria Michaelides (1902 - 1955)

The first woman doctor in Cyprus was the Limassolian Maria Roussou, wife of Eraclis Michaelides. She was born in 1902 and died young, in 1955. She studied medicine at Athens University – somethi...

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Stathis (Efstathios) Iacovides (1882 - 1940)

Born in Paphos, Older brother of Iacovos Iacovides. Graduated from the Syrian Protestant College of Beirut. Worked in Alexandria and then fought in the Balkan Wars (1912-1913). Later he entered the civ...

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Iacovos Iacovides (1895 - 1984)

Born in Paphos, Younger brother of Efstathios Iacovides. Advocate, Mayor. Studied law at Athens University (1916). Advocate in Paphos from 1918, Member Paphos Municipal Council (1920-1923), Mayor (1953...

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Polikleitos Iacovides (1912 - 1976)

Born in Morfu. Graduated from Pancyprian Gymnasium (1929) and studied medicine at University of Athens where he was awarded the Gold prize of the Athens Academy (1935). He began work at the Public Hosp...

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Themistocles Theocharides (1830 - 1886)

Born in Evrycho. Teacher, journalist, poet, novelist. He was initially educated in Larnaca but continued his high school eduication in Athens. He enrolled at Athen University's School of Philosophy but...

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Anthoula Theophilou (1920 - 1998)

Born in Limassol. Her father was Evelthon G. Pitsillides. Younger sister of Themi Siapkara and Elli Klokkari. Civil Servant. After graduated from Greek Gymnasium, she continued her education in a conve...

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Evgenia Theodotou, M.B.E. (1865 - 1968)

Evgenia Theodotou was born in Nicosia in 1864 and died in 1969. She was the daughter of Georgios Ioannides Moumtzis and niece of Colonel Constantinos Hadjioannou, the Eparch of Kiti Chrysnathos and of ...

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Charalambos Theodosiou (1893 - 1921)

Born in Alexandria to Cypriot parents. War hero, artist. Grandson, via mother Marigi Georgiades, of Nikodemos Georgiades and first cousin of Heracles N Fisentzides (Fyssen). Educated at French School i...

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Cassandra Zenon (1860 - 1907)

Born in Athens where she was educated. She settled in Limassol and founded in 1899 the group "The Filoptuhos Alexandra" which she was President of. Translator and expert in French language. He peoms an...

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Ypatia Zenon (1905 - 1983)

Born in Limassol, daughter of George Pavlides. Youngest sister of Pavlos and Spyros Pavlides. She left in her will her home to the Municipality of Limassol and became a gallery and exhibition area for ...

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Nikolaos Zenon (1838 - 1908)

Born in Limassol. Birth surname was Halil. Son of Ioannis Nikolaos Halil from Tripoli. His mother, Efterpi Gabriel Iona / Gionouzi. Her mother was Efterpi or Efpraxia David Ptomlemaios, sister of the L...

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Takis (Eleftherios) Zachariades (1918 - 1943)

Born in Limassol. Nephew of Evelthon Pitsillides. Graduated Limassol from Greek Gymnasium in 1936. Studied Philology at University of Athens (1936-1940), and majored in poetry. Teacher in Limassol Scho...

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Constantinos Zachariades (1884 - 1935)

Born in Nicosia, father from Nicosia and mother, Annie, from Kythrea. National hero. Fought furing 1910-1921. Joined Evzones (20.9.1910) and fought in Macedonian War. Also fought in Balkan Wars (1912-1...

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Victor Zachariades (1888 - 1964)

Born in Nicosia. Senior civil servant, Secretary of Kyrenia Police. A member of E.P.E.K. and endagered his government position but the British were unaware of his activities. Biographical Lexicon of ...

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Ioannis Efthymiou (1906 - 1961)

Born in Famagusta. Studied medicine at University of Athens. Doctor in Famagusta district. Member of medical society of Famagusta and of Cyprus. His wife was Athenian, Maria Panayiotis Rogkakou or Rogk...

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Andreas Efthymiades (1908 - 1935)

Born in Limassol. Grandson of Andreas Themistocleous. Graduated from Greek Gymnasium (1926). Studied at School of Philosophy ay University of Athens while at the same time studying archaeology. Teacher...

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George Efthyvoulou (1858 - 1914)

Born in Limassol. One of the largest retailers of Limassol. Member municipal council Limassol (1890-1891, 1891-1892). Interest in poetry and published for Enosis of Larnaca. Biographical Lexicon of C...

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Boghos Eramian (1840 - 1918)

Born in Nicosia to Artin Bogos Eramian and Caterina Carletti. The Eramian family was one of the oldest and now considered one of the most important Armenian families of Cyprus. During the British rule,...

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Andreas Droussiotis (1916 - 1944)

Born in Limassol. Grandson of Andreas Themistocleous and first cousin of Vias Markides. Fought in WWII. Graduated from Greek Gymnasium Limassol (1933). At the age of about 15-16, he translated, with th...

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Constantinos Dianellos (1845 - 1905)

Born in Thessaly. His father was Panayiotakis Papaflessas, brother of Archimandrite Gregorios Papaflessas. Panayiotakis dies in Nicosia, and was burried in Ayios Omologiton cemetary. Constantinos - who...

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Demetrios Demetriou (1887 - 1926)

Born in Larnaca where the familt had settled. His parents were Ioannis Demetriou and Fotini Constantinou Palaiologou. Younger brother of Paraskevi Ioannou, headmistress of Larnaca Parthenagogio. He stu...

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Benigno Paolo Telesforo Carletti (1863 - 1912)

Born in Nicosia. Grandson of Neapolitan Giuseppe Carletti and Francesca Falangola. His father was Dr. Luigi Carletti who practiced in Cyprus and became consul of Austro-Hungary in Nicosia. His mother w...

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Joseph Yiamakis (1918 - 2004)

Born in Kyrenia. Member House of Representatives. Graduated from Pancyprian Gymnasium and The English School, Nicosia. He worked for a decade as an auditor (1938-1948) following which he founded his ow...

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Pasquale Vincenzo Carletti (1822 - 1891)

Born and educated in Nicosia. Son of Neapolitan doctor, Giuseppe Carletti and Francesca Falangola. Brother of Dr. Luigi Carletti. Multilingual. Teacher. Livedin various countries, including Tunisia, wo...

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Jolanda Maria Apollonia Olmi (1902 - 1983)

Born in Larnaca. Her parents were the Italian-Cypriot Benigno Luigi Carletti and Countess Edmée Federico Diacono. Journalist, writer, and member of Italian anti-fascist movement. She was educate...

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Edwardo Carletti (1845 - 1896)

Born in Prussia. Son of Giuseppe Carletti on Naples and his second wife, Maria Haddad of Lebanon. Brother of Dr. Clemente Carletti and step-brother of Dr. Luigi Carletti. Architect. Studied architectur...

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Dr. Clemente Carletti (1839 - 1919)

Born in Alexandria, Egypt. Son of Dr Giuseppe Carletti of Napoli and of his second wife, Maria Hadda of Syria/Lebanon. Brother of state architect Edwardo Carletti and step-broether of Dr. Luigi Carlett...

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Avgousta Caprara (1818 - 1876)

Born in Larnaca. Her father was Antonio Caprara (1787-1869), consul to Austria in Larnaca, son of Giacomo Bernardo Caprara. Her mother, Katerina, was the daughter of Marino Mattei, from the old family ...

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Lambrianos / Hadjilambris Groutas (1833 - 1912)

Born in Vasa Koilaniou, Limassol. Merchant. Moved to Egypt as a young man and became a merchant in Alexandria. Founder and President of the Greek Brotherhood of Cypriot Egyptians (1888-1894, 1895-1901)...

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George Yiordamlis (1879 - 1934)

Born in Limassol. His father was Eleftherios Ioannides from Constantinople. His mother's family was originally from Chios but lived in Smyrni. Businessman. He founded in 1925 the Telephone Exchange in ...

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Polyvios Georghiou (1866 - 1918)

Born in Famagusta. Merchant. Younger brother of Loukas. Studied foreign language in Beirut. He accepted a government post, which he later turned down preferring to work in his brother's business, becom...

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Loukas Georghiou (1854 - 1925)

Born in Famagusta. Merchant, Mayor. He created a significant wealth from being a merchant of cotton in the Famagusta District. Owners of several ships. Mayor of Famagusta (1886-1887, 1905-1906, 1910-19...

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George Pol. Georghiou (1901 - 1972)

Born in Famagusta. Nephew of Loukas Georghiou, son of Polyvios Georghiou . Painter, and writer. Following the death of his father,at 18, he was sent to London to study law and take on family business r...

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Nikodimos Georgiades (1825 - 1896)

Born in Paphos. Nephew of Archbishop Damaskinos I of Cyprus. Educated in Larnaca. Studied theology nd philology at University of Athens. Returned to Cyprus but moved on to Egypt to become the first mas...

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Petrakis Georgiades (1915 - 2008)

Born in Limassol. Engineer. Graduated from Greek Gymnasium Limassol (1932). Moved to Leopoldville in Belgian Congo (Zair) to work on engineering projects. On a visit to Cyprus (October 1952), he made a...

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Georgios Georgiades (1886 - 1958)

Born in Larnaca. Philology teacher and writer. Graduated from Lyceum in Athens.Studied philology at Athens University. He of Sholarchio Varossi. Teacher at the Greek Gymnasium in Limassol (1912-1921) a...

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Natalia Arvanitaki (Michaelidou) (1917 - 2009)

Born in Famagusta to Symeon Michaelides. Musician. Graduated from Metaxas School and Greek Odeon of Athens. She performed in the "Children's Theatre" of Antigone Metaxas and took part in radio broadcas...

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George Arvanitakis (1917 - 2002)

Born in Athens. Musician, radio broadcaster, poet. Studied law but changed to focus on music. Studied at Greek Odeon of Athens and Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris. Composer, maestro, pianist, poet. H...

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Ptolemis Galanos (1918 - 2006)

Born in Nicosia. Moved to Fmagusta (1930). Economist. Graduated from Pancyprian Lyceum in Larnaca and from London Polytechnic School of Commerce and Economics in 1937 and 1938. On return to Cyprus he w...

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Sotiris Violaras (b. - 1921)

Cypriot businessman in Cairo. Member and President of Greek Brotherhood of Egyptian Cypriots in Alexandria (1908-1910), and President of the same in Cairo (1881-1883). Biographical Lexicon of Cypriot...

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Marie Vergopoulou (1870 - 1933)

Born in Nicosia. First cousin of poet, Demetris Lipertis. Socialite and benefactor. Studied foreign language in Beirut. She was selective in her acquaintances, impressed foreigners. Philanthropist. TBC...

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Dimitrios Lipertis (1866 - 1937)

Dimitris Theophani Lipertis (Greek: Δημήτρης Λιπέρτης) (1866–1937) is a Cypriot bo...

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Ioannis Vergopoulos (1865 - 1923)

Born in Mouresi, Thessaly. Engineer. He moved to Cyprus as a young man to work as an engineer in Nicosia. He was heavily involved with his wife in the Town Schools Committe of Nicosia and rebuilt the c...

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Spyros Veras (1891 - 1945)

Born in Limassol. Architect - Mechanical Engineer. Studied architecture in London. At the request of the Egyptian Government he moved to Alexandria to work as an architect and mechanical engineer. He l...

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Solon Veras, Dr (1876 - 1974)

Born in Smyrna. His father was Theodosis Anastasis Veras from Limassol. Medical lecturer and teacher. Studied medicine in France and became a lecturer at Lilles University (1903). House surgeon at Sana...

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Yianna Carras (1916 - 1994)

Born in Alexandria. Her father was Kimon Th. Veras and her mother was Artemis Michalis Papadopoulou of Cypriot descent. Poet. She was privately educated with a focus on international literature. She mo...

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Pavlos Xioutas (1908 - 1991)

Pavlos Xioutas was born in the town of Kato Paphos (in western Cyprus) on January 25th, 1908. His father was a seaman and fisherman and his mother was a villager. He graduated from the Gymnasium of Lim...

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Michalis Valdaserides (1863 - 1943)

Born in Larnaca. Engineer, local council executive. Deputy President, Larnaca Council (1911-1914). Member municipal council (1917-1919, 1929-1932, 1932-1935). Member Larnaca Town Schools Cmmttee for 12...

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Orthros / Panos Attikos (1900 - 1965)

Born in Limasso. Real name Panos Papadopoulos, son of Charalambos, but used pseudonym of Orthros Attikos. Nephew of Costas and Michael Nicolaides. Novelist. Graduated from Pancyprian Business College o...

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Antonis Attalides (1902 - 1967)

Born in Kythrea. Descendant on Hadji Attala. Lawyer, judge. Graduated from Pancyprian Gymnasium (1920). Studied law at Lincoln's Inn London, attaining Barrister-at-Law. Advocate in Nicosia. Mayor of Ku...

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Costas Archontides (1908 - 2002)

Born in Limassol. Graduated fom the Greek Gymnasium of Limassol (1927). Studied medicine at Montpellier University. Workedin hospitals in Montpellier and Paris. Practiced in Limassol from 1935. Secreta...

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Socrates Araouzos (1869 - 1915)

Born in Limassol. Brother of Spyros Araouzos. Studied in Montpellier and qualified as a doctor in 1892. As the first doctor from Limassol, he practiced until his death. The newspaper, Salpix wrote, ".....

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Christos Apostolides (1870 - 1932)

Born in Limassol. Teacher, musician. Graduated from school in Limassol (1888). Taught in Asgata (1888-1891), Arsos Limassol (1891-1892), A' Astiki Limassol (1892-1923) and headmaster of C' Astiki Limas...

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Leonidas Antoniades (1875 - 1920)

Born in Fini, Limassol. Nephew of Archbishop Sofronios III, via his father, Antonios (Tilemachos) Theodotou, brother of Sofronios III. Teacher of philology. Studied philology at the School of Philosoph...

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Evriviades Antoniades (1857 - 1909)

Born in Larnaca. Businessman. Spent 15 years in Alexandria, and donated significant funds towards the establishment on the Hellenic Centre. Founded in his honour the Evriviades School for Girls (1906)....

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Petros Antoniou Anastassiades (1880 - 1963)

Born in Kaimakli, Nicosia. His father was Antonios Anastassiades, son of Anastasios Menikou, from Athens, and mother Eleni from Kaimakli. Teacher, advocate, judge, socially successful. Graduated from P...

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George Akamas (1818 - 1890)

Born in Nicosia. Descended from the family of Archbishop Kyprianos and Theseus family. TBC Biographical Lexicon of Cypriots 1800-1920

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Pavlos Angelinides (1899 - 1964)

Born in Athens. His father was George Odysseas Angelinides. is grandfather, Odysseas was a member of parliament in Greece and head of the Athens Police. Nephew of Kleio Zenon. Athlete. At the age of ...

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Xanthos Lyssiotis (1898 - 1987)

TBC Biographical Lexicon of Cypriots 1800-1920

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Kosmas Lyssiotis (1871 - 1948)

Born in Larnaca. Became headmaster of the Catholic School of Limassol (1889-1891) and variosu other schools including Skalas (1892-1932). He published several books for the schools of Cyprus. Biograp...

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Petros Pavlos Menelaos (Melis) Nicolaides (1892 - 1979)

Born in Larnaca and went to school there. Became a teacher and taught int he village of Alaminos in Larnaca (1911-1913). He launched the weekly Larnaca political paper Iho tis Kyprou (5.1.1913-1.1.1920...

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Frederick Charles von Heidenstam, C.M.G. (1842 - 1909)

Born in Athens to a Danish father and English mother, daughter of an English bishop. Studied medicine in Paris. Went to Cyprus in 1879 to work in Larnaca as Deputy Director General, Sanitation and Quar...

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Costas Hadjitsangaris (1908 - 1957)

From his mother, Kallistheni's side, nephew of Spyros Araouzos and first cousin of Nicholas I. Nicolaides, Tereza Hadjipavlou and Andreas Araouzos. Born in Limassol and graduated from Nicosia Business ...

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Fotos Hadjisoteriou (1919 - 2004)

Older brother of Xanthos. Born in famagusta and studied economics at the University of Beirut (1937-1939). Returning to Cyprus he worked at his father's business. Painter. He studied painting through v...

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Xanthos Hadjisoteriou (c.1920 - 2003)

Born in Famagusta and studied business at University of Beirut (1938-1940). Later studied art at the Central School of Arts and Crafts in London (1951-1953) and interior design at the Byam Show School ...

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George Hadjistylianou (1868 - 1942)

Born in Ayios Theodoros in the District of Larnaca. Graduated from Limassol Greek School (1887). Thereafter he worked as a school teacher for four years after which he entered business. He was Presiden...

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Judge Hadjiloizos Hadjisolomou / Solomonides (1807 - 1882)

He was a prominent judge during the Turkish Occupation of Cyprus. Biographical Dictionary of Cypriots 1800-1920

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Christodoulos Hadjipavlou, O.B.E. (1875 - 1964)

Nephew of Demosthenis Hadjipavlou and first cousin of Christodoulos Sozos. Born in Limassol and graduated from a Business School in Constantinople. Engineer. Member Municipal Council (1927-1930) and ...

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Teresa Hadjipavlou (1897 - 1989)

Older sister of Andreas Araouzos. From father's side, first cousin of Nicholas I Nicolaides and Costas Hadjitsangaris and from mother's side, Efterpi Michaelides, first cousin of Heracles M. Michaelide...

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Demosthenis Hadjipavlou (1845 - 1915)

Born in Limassol. Member Municipal Council (1878-1884, 1886-1887, 1908-1911) and Mayor of Limassol (1887-1896), Member of Legislative Council (1883-1886), Member Town School Committee Limassol. Biogr...

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Ismini Hadjicosta (Tavernari) (1897 - 1957)

Niece of Menelaos Markides . First cousin of Lilika Tavernaris . Born in Nicosia to George Tavernaris. She graduated from the Krikou School for Girls in Athens and Nicosia Didaskaleon (1915), She found...

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Ioannis Hadjioannou (1874 - 1946)

Born in Larnaca. Studied philology at University of Athens (1905) and later law. He ended up as a teacher at the Gymnasiums of Neapolis and Heraclion, Crete (1905-1909), Gymnasium Larnaca (1909-1912), ...

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Evangelos Hadjioannou (1870 - 1944)

First cousin of Ioannis Christofis Hadjioannou . Born in Larnaca and studied law at Athens Univrsity (1899). As a student he fought in the Cretan war (1897). He went to England between 1910-1911. Advoc...

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Spyros Charalambides (1889 - 1976)

Born in Kyrenia to Kyriakos Charalambous from Lapithos. Studied medicine at Athens University. He fought in the Balkan Wars (1912-1913). He was the first person from Kyrenia to qualify as a doctor. Mem...

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Maria Tsamandas (1882 - 1937)

Older sister of Katina Tsamantas . Born in Strovolos, Nicosia. Studied at the Arsakeio Athens (1897-1899) as a boarder. Later studied child psychology in Saverne (1920-1922). Teacher at Faneromeni Conv...

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Katina Tsamandas (1894 - 1954)

Born in Strovolos, Nicosia. Studied simultaneously at Kallitheas School of Nursery and Gymnastics School in Athens (1910-1912). Later studied further is Saverne (1922-1923). On return to Cyprus, she be...

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Nearchos Fysentzides (1863 - 1943)

Nephew of the writer and poet, journalist and teacher, Themicles Theocharides and first cousing of Evgenia Theodotou . Born in Nicosia. He moved to Athens early and joined the Greek army. He particip...

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Heracles Fyssen (1904 - 1982)

Grandson of Nikodimos Georgiades . Born in Cairo. Studied law in Paris. Advocate. He moved to Paris where he was known as Fyssen. Engineer. With M. Niki, he founded the "Laboratoire Radio Electrique" i...

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Demetris (Takis) Frangoudis (1900 - 1978)

Nephew of Christodoulos Sozos and first cousin of Filon and Stelios Pavlides and of Senon Sozos. Born in Limassol. Studied law at Athens and art (1920 & 1921). Artist. TBC Biographical Dictionary...

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Panayiotis Toumazis (1912 - d.)

Older brother of Andreas Toumazis. Born in Famagusta and studied civil engineering at Metsovion Polytechnic of Athens (1936). Civil engineer in Famagusta from 1937, municipal engineer of Famagusta (194...

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Leonidas Finiefs (1894 - 1974)

Born in Nicosia. Studied medicine in Paris (1920) and worked at St Mary's Hospital Paddington in London (1920-1923). He worked for several years at Miller Hospital Greenich, where he specialised in psy...

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Socrates Frangoudes / Frangoudis (1832 - 1911)

Younger brother of Evryviades Frangoudis . Via his father, nephew of Ioannis Frangoudis and first cousin of Epaminontas Frangoudis , Demetrios Nicolaides and Demetris I. Rossides .

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Nicholas Frangoudis (1857 - 1913)

Step-brother of Menelaos Frangoudis . From his father's side, first cousin of George Frangoudis and Simos Menardos and from the side of his mother, Chrystalleni Antonios Vontitsianos, he was first cous...

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Menelaos Frangoudis (1871 - 1931)

Born in Limassol, his mother was from Zakinthos. Teacher at Hellenic School Limassol. Journalist. Editor of the weekly newspaper in Limassol Anagennisis and thereafter the weekly Alitheia (1897-1931)...

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Ioannis Frangoudis (1863 - 1916)

Wikipedia: Ioannis Frangoudis Ioannis Frangoudis (Greek: Ιωάννης Φραγκούδης, bor...

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Ioannis / Yiangos Frangoudis (1800 - 1880)

First cousin of Evryviades and Socrates Frangoudis, Demetris Nicolaides and Demetris I. Rossides. Born in Limassol. Graduated from Evangeliki School of Corfu. At the outbreak of 1821 revolution, he mov...

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Evryviades Frangoudis (1829 - 1887)

Older brother of Socrates Frangoudis. Nephew of Ioannis Frangoudis and first cousin of Epaminondas Frangoudis, Demetris Nicolaides and Demetris I. Rossides. Born in Limassol. Trader, businessman. Assis...

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Epaminontas Frangoudis (b. - 1892)

Born in Cyprus and studied at the Ionian Academy in Corfu. He returned to Cyprus as secretary to the Greek Vice Consul in Larnaca. He attended the Hellenic School (1848-1854), whereupon the breakout of...

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George Frangoudis (1869 - 1939)

First cousin, from his father's side, of Menelaos and Nicholas Frangoudis and Simos Menardos. Born in Limassol and studied law at Athens University (1890). Later tudied further at the School of Politic...

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Agathocles Frangoudis (1841 - 1916)

His father, Onisiforos, was from a different family to the well known Frangoudis family. From hsi mother's side, Zoe, daughter of Xadjizacharias Apostolides, he was first cousin to Evelthon Glykis and ...

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Niovi Frangos (1913 - d.)

Grandaughter of Hadjigrigorios Demetriades and first cousin of Charilaos Demetriades, Costas Fieros and Xanthos Charalambides. She was born in Kyrenia to Ioannis Demetriades. She studied English at the...

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Christodoulos Fieros (1865 - 1927)

Born in Karavas, a village in the District of Kyrenia. Trader. Mayor of Kyrenia (1908-1917), member of Legislative Council (1925-1927). (Biographical Dictionary of Cypriots 1800-1920)

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Constantinos Fieros (1897 - 1960)

Via his mother, Polixeni, he was the grandson of Hadjigregorios Demetriades and first cousin of Charilaos Demetriades, Xanthos Charalambides and Niovi Frangos. Born in Kyrenia. Studied law at Middle Te...

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George Fanos (1918 - d.)

Nephew, via his mother Ioulia, of Costas Eleftheriades. His mother wrote Diaplasin ton Pedion under the pseudonym Poimenis Mirto. Born in Nicosia. Studied medicine at Athens University (1935-1942). Doc...

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Antonis Triantafyllides (1890 - 1934)

Grandson of Antonios Triantafyllides. Born in Nicosia and studied law at Athens University (1907-1911). Advocate in Nicosia from 1912. Member Municipal Council Nicosia (1914-1917). Secretary to Archbis...

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Antonios Triantafyllides (c.1800 - d.)

Born in Beirut at the start of the 19th century and moved to Nicosia. While working in Venice, he married a Cypriot from Smyrna, Chariclea Michaelides and then moved to live in Nicosia. Elder statesman...

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Andreas Toumazis (1919 - 1983)

Born in Famagusta. Studied medicine in Athens (1938-1940). His studied were cut short due to the Greek-Italian War and returned to Cyprus. He continued his studies from 1945-1948 and 1948-1953. Practic...

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Lilika Tavernari (1899 - 1978)

Born in Nicosia. Graduated from Senior Convent School Krikou in Athens. She was multilingual in French, Italian and Arabic. She lived most of her life in Alexandria. She moved to Athens in 1960 and the...

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George (Kokos) Tzirkotis (1918 - 1987)

Nephew, via his mother, Charitini, of Diogenis and Diomides Georgiades. Born in Larnaca and studied business in Beirut and at Leeds College of Commerce. Businessman. He continued his father's business....

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