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TO J. BOWRING, ESQ.
Argos, 14th April, 1824.
My dear B.
LAST night a courier arrived from Athens, with letters for me from Odysseus,
Goorhs, Anastatius, and others, stating that they had departed for the congress at
Salona, and pressing me to hasten thither. [Vide Appendix, No. 31.] I passed the
night in writing and packing, and in the morning waited upon the executive body. They
objected to the congress, said that it was not sanctioned by them, but had been promoted
by Negris, and finally brought about by me. I told them, that I had urged it at the
solicitation of Odysseus, at a time when the government was feeble, and that its object
was to form a strong league in favour of good government and vigorous exertions, and
to force the Morea to act on similar principles.
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I was asked why I had given the press to the Athenians which I had promised
to the government. I told them that the press, in its way to die seat of government, had
been Seized at Napoli; that knowing that Pano knowing that would not allow this
battery to be turned upon himself, especially at so many of his faction had been
wounded by the one established at Misaolonghi, I had given it to the people of Athens,
and had prevailed upon Goorha, the Prefect Lambro, Sophianopulo, and other friends
of Colocotroni, to write to Pano to deliver it up.
By these means I had obtained the press; Goorha and Odysseus had pledged
their words that it should be free, and Professor Psylas, a friend of the government
and of liberty, was engaged to write for it Owing to the probability of Athens being
blockaded, I should send the press for the present to Aegina , the Prefect of which island
is under the influence of the government I said, that if tins manoeuvre did not satisfy
them, I must go to Salona, watch the tactics of Negris and Mavrocordato, and endeavor
in future to be more skilful They smiled, approved, and gave me their dispatches.
Argos, like all the other towns of Greece, is in ruins. I called on Flesas,
archimandrite and minister of the interior. He is a shrewd man, was one of the plotters
of the revolution, and has served much as a
soldier-Almost every captain has tome
priests among his soldiers, and they are only
distinguished from the others by their beards.
Flesas's brother is blockading Tripolitsa. His
name is Niketas. Another general of the
same name, and famed for this martial
virtue, came out of the town and implored
him not to injure his fellow-soldiers and
citizens, and attempted to embrace him.
The other desired him to return to his duties,
to give up the town to the government, and not
to approach, or he would attack him. Again
he approached in amity. The stern
soldier drew his sword. The two Niketas
fought. The government captain wounded his
friend, and then wept over and embraced
him. Pray communicate this chivalrous
sentimental story to the German Committees
There are scribblers in that country, that
would make it up into a five-act drama,
with choruses.

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Spurensuche.
Wer nach der Herkunft der Familie "Flessa" sucht, stot im spten
Mittelalter auf Hermann Flessen de Herspruk, auch "Flassus", "Flasser" oder
"Flesser" geschrieben. Um 1433 und 1450 war er Pfarrer in Kulmbach und in
Velten. Erst hundert Jahre spter, nach der Reformation, findet man den Namen
dann wieder mehrfach in der Markgrafschaft Culmbach/Bayreuth. Wenn auch der
Grad der Verwandtschaft unter diesen frhen Namenstrgern manchmal unklar ist,
kann man doch 2 Schwerpunkte erkennen.(1)
1.
Der Flomeister Jakob Flessa aus Birnstengl bei Bischofsgrn und
sein Sohn Hans sind um 1540 im Flabuchlein der Stadt Kulmbacrverzeichnet.
Da Hans 12 Kinder hatte war fr eine Verbreitung des Namens gesorgt. 5 seines
Sohns lebten in Bischofsgrn. Der Bauer Mathes Flessa (1569-1612) in
Wollbattendorf bei Hof gehrte auch zu dieser groen Familie.
Der 2. Schwerpunkt findet sich fast gleichzeitig im groen Hofer
Kirchensprengel. In Hof selbst lebte und predigte zuletzt als Archidiakon und
Kapitelsenior Nikolaus Flessaus Monchbergensis der ltere (1536-1599). Sein
Name deutet auf Mnchner als Geburtsort hin, das damals noch zum Hofer
Kirchensprengel gehrte (2), aber auch auf halbem Weg zwischen Bischofsgrn
und Hof liegt. Der Familienstammbaum nennt von ihm 10 Shne. Von ihnen
wurden wieder 3 Pfarrer, 2 in Hof und einer in Gefell, das heute in Thringen
liegt, damals aber noch zur Hofer Grakirche gehrte. Nikolaus Flessus
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Monchbergensis der Jngere (1566-1634) ist kein Sohn des lteren, obwohl er in
Hof das Gymnasium besuchte, als Gymnasiast beim lteren gewohnt haben
durfte, ebenfalls Pfarrer wurde und sein kirchliches Amt in Hof begonnen hat.
Vermutlich waren beide Onkel und Neffe.
2. Aber auch auerhalb der Grenzen der Markgrafschaft, etwas nrdlich
von Hof, auerhalb des Kirchensprengels waren zu gleicher Zeit drei andere
Pfarrer mit unserem Namen ttig: Nikolaus Fle wird 1534 in Naundorf bei
Plauen und 1554 in Ziegenruck genannt. Sein Sohn Johann Fle war Pfarrer in
Schondorf an der Orla und ab 1571 ebenfalls in Ziegenruck. Ein 1549 geborener
"Flessew Johann" wurde Priester in Schladitz (heute wohl Schweiz).
Alle Linien der deutschen Namenstrger kann man bis in die
Markgrafschaft Culmbach/Bayreuth, besonders aber in den groen Hofer
Kirchensprengel, und das benachbarte schsisch/thringische Vogtland
zurckverfolgen.
3. Nicht weiter entfernt wie das Fichtelgebirge, aber ostwrts von Hof tragt
auf alten Landkarten auch ein Flu den Namen "Fle". Es ist wohl die "Fleie",
die im schsisch-tschechischen Grenzgebiet bei Bad Brumbach entspringt und
nach Sden zur Eger fliet. Auf Tschechisch heilt die Fleie und der Ort Flieen
heute Plesna.
4. Da die Wurzeln der deutschen Flessas in der Markgrafschaft
Culmbach/Bayreuth liegen, sind man berrascht, den Namen auch in anderen
Teilen Europas zu finden.
Der bekannteste Namenstrger ist wohl der Grieche "Papa Flessa" oder
genauer "Papas Flessas", nach dem in Athen gleich unter dem Steilabfall der
Akropolis in der Plaka eine Gasse benannt ist. Ins Reich der Fabel
gehrt wohl die Geschichte, da er in der Schlacht bei Navarino den Trken erst
unterlegen sei, nachdem er mit seiner kleinen Schar 600 gypter erschlagen habe.
Tatschlich fand bei Navarino 1827 eine Seeschlacht statt, in der die europischen
Gromachte die trkische Flotte entscheidend besiegten und damit den
griechischen Freiheitskampf unterstutzten. Papas Flessas war kein militrischer,
sondern ein politischer Fhrer der Griechen. Verglichen mit den deutschen
Freiheitskriegen war er also kein Blucher oder Gneisenau, sondern eher ein
Freiherr von Stein oder Hardenberg. - Den Titel "Papas" tragen auch heute noch
griechisch orthodoxe Geistliche. Die Heimat von Papas Flessas(1) soll Messenien
auf dem westlichen Peloponnese gewesen sein, wo auch der Ort Navarino liegt.
Heute findet man den Namen Flessa in Griechenland vor allem auf der Insel
Korfu.
Wer in Sdtirol wandert und sich die Muhe macht, aus dem engen Ei
sakral nach Ksteltruth nicht auf der Autostrae hinaufzufahren, sondern von der
Eisenbahn-Bedarfshaltestelle Kstelruth den Fuweg hinaufsteigt, kommt bald
hinter der Autobahn beim "Flsser" vorbei. An Fler auf dem Eisack konnte man
zwar denken, aber nur schwerlich an Familien in Oberfranken oder auf Korfu.
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Aber auch in Oslo gibt es einen "Flessa-vejen", also einen Flessaweg. Um


zu erfahren, woher er seinen Namen tragt, mte man wohl die Stadtverwaltung
von Oslo fragen.
5. Familiennamen gab es schon vor der Reformationszeit, sie wurden
meistens bereits im Mittelalter gebildet. Die mehrfach wiederkehrende
Schreibweise "Flea", "Fla" oder "Flesser" und die Familie des Flomeisters
aus Birnstengl bei Bischofsgrn erinnern an den Beruf der Fler. Dennoch haben
Germanisten gegen diese Ableitung des Namens Bedenken. Im Frnkischen ist bei
berufsbezogenen Namen die Abwandlung der Endung -er in -a angeblich nicht
blich (Bauer, Fischer, Schuster, Schneider). In der Reformationszeit haben
Geistliche und Professoren ihre Namen vielfach ins Lateinische oder Griechische
bersetzt. So wurde "Bauer" zu "Agricola", "Schuster" zu "Suter" und
"Schwarzerde" zu "Melanchthon". Warum wurde dann "Fler" zu "Flessus" und
nicht zu "Ratiarius" oder "Caudicarius"?
Da Hof im frhen Mittelalter im Grenzland zu den Sorben lag, hat man
wegen dieser Zweifel Erkundigungen eingeholt, ob der Name aus dem
Sklavischen abgeleitet werden konnte. Die Antwort war negativ. - Und das
Flsschen "Fleie", tschechisch Plesna, ist doch wohl eher wieder ein Hinweis
auf die Flerei.
So bleibt trotz der Bedenken am wahrscheinlichsten die zur
Refomrationszeit vielleicht schon etwas verblasste Ableitung von dem Beruf der
Fler, der im waldreichen Fichtelgebirge und im
Frankenwald, aber auch im nahen Erzgebirge heimisch war.

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Gregory Dikaios or Papa-Flessas and the Greek Orthodox Church


During the centuries between the fall of Constantinople and the beginning of
Greek independence the Greek Church (although it was certainly not happy) has
no history, unless one counts as such the affairs of the Patriarchate (Cyril Lucaris
and the Synod of Jerusalem in 1672, for instance, op. cit., 264-268).
The other Greek bishops paid their heavy fees to the patriarch and the
government; the parish priests paid their heavy fees to the bishops. The hideous
oppression of the Turk overshadowed all their lives. For the Turk has never kept
his own fairly tolerant law. The tribute of children for the Janissary guard was
levied till 1638.
The Christians were always in a state of simmering rebellion and the Turks
were always punishing their attempts by wholesale massacre. In Crete 50,000
Christian children, in the year 1670, were torn from their parents, circumcised,
and brought up as Moslems, in Asia Minor thousands of Greeks had their tongues
torn out for not talking Turkish (op. cit., 237-238).
Meanwhile the clergy celebrated the Holy Liturgy on Sundays, worked in
the fields, and kept wine-shops on week-days. But for the kamelaukion (or
kalemaukion--the tall hat without a brim) there was little to distinguish them from
other peasants. But they kept alive faith in Christ and Hellas, prayed for better
days, were generally at the bottom of each attempt at resisting the pasha's
abominations, and bore silent but heroic witness for Christ during those dark
centuries. And who can reproach them for being poor and ignorant?
The schism (not the fault of these poor Papades at any rate) had cut them off
from the West. Europe had forgotten them. They had everything in the world to
gain by turning Turk, and yet they kept the Christian faith alive among their
people, in spite of pashas, and soldiers, and massacres. Their little dark, dirty
churches were the centers not only of Christianity but of Hellenism too.
And while their wives poured out the strong resinous wine for whispering
conspirators, their sons were out on the hills, klephts and armatoloi keeping up the
hopeless war for Greece.
The Greek War of Independence brought a great change to the Church of the
free kingdom. The clergy had taken a leading part in the revolution. In 1821, at the
beginning of the movement, when Alexander Ypsilanti was making his absurd
attempt to rouse the Vlachs, Gregory V of Constantinople, forced by the Turkish
government, denounced the "Hetairia Philike" and excommunicated the rebels.
But the Metropolitan of Patras, Germanos, the Archimandrite Gregory
Flessas (Dikaios- Armodios) or (Pappa Flessas), and other leading ecclesiastical
persons openly took the side of the Greeks, helped them with their counsels, and
in many cases even joined in the fighting.
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Pappa-Flessas made a heroic stand with 3000 men against Ibrahim Pasha's
Egyptians at Maniaki on Mount Malia.
In 1822 the Turks began their series of reprisals by barbarously murdering
the Patriarch Gregory V in his vestments, after the Liturgy of Easter Day (22
April), although he, so far from being responsible, had obeyed them by
excommunicating his fellow-countrymen.
Throughout the war the Greek Church showed that the cause of her children
was her cause too. But, in spite of Greek enthusiasm for Gregory V (his relics
were buried with great honor at Athens in 1871), the court of the patriarch (the
Phanar) was too much under the power of the sultan for the free Greeks to submit
to its jurisdiction.
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GEORGE D. FLESSAS
OR GREGORIOS PAPA-FLESSAS (DIKAIOS, ARMODIOS), 1788-1825
BIOGRAPHY,
A GREEK CLERGYMAN, REVOLUTIONARY, WARRIOR AND ONE OF
THE PRINCIPLE LEADERS OF THE SECRET ORGANIZATION, CALLED
THE SOCIETY OF FRIENDS, OR PHILIKI ETERIA.
PAPA-FLESSAS was born in 1788 in the village of POLIANI in the
district of Messenia, Greece. His father was Dimities G. Flessas and his mother,
the second wife of Dimitrios, Constantina Andronaiou from the village of
Demetsana, Greece. He was given the name George after his grandfather who was
killed by the Turks in 1770 during the Orlof revolution in Peloponnisos, Greece.
During those days, there lived two powerful families in Poliani: the
Dikaios and the Flessas families. Both being against the Turks, they had their
sheepfolds in the mountainous area of Poliani and were continuously fighting
about grazing grounds in the area. In 1844 two members of the Flessas family,
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Staikos and Lykourgos Flessas were abused and killed by members of the Dikaios
family because of disputes about grazing grounds.
In 1809 he attended school at the renowned School of Demetsana where a
lot of Greek national heroes graduated from, like Gregarious the V,
Anagnostopoulos etc. While in school he published a satire and pinned it in the
door of the Demetsana Pashas (The Turk local governor at the time) signed
Gregarious FOS Kalamios. When his landlord Mr. Anagnostou learnt about
that, he knew that was the end for young George Flessas, and that night of 1815
send him to became a papas (papas means priest in Greek) taking the
ecclesiastical name Gregarious Flessas, also known as Papa-Flessas. He served
at this capacity in the monastery of Velanidia, situated outside of the city of
Kalamata, in Messinia, for a short period of time.
Gregarious was being aggressive (phileris = someone who likes fights in
ancient Greek), because of his anger towards the Turks. That was because his
father Demetrios Flessas, his grandfather George Flessas and two more of his
brothers had been killed by them, and because of his nature to argue and pick
fights. That led him into a series of quarrels with his superiors and he was asked to
leave the monastery of Velanidia. He also blessed a marriage of Mr. Zervas with
his niece who was engaged to another man. At the time engagement was equal to
marriage and it was punished by death if the engagement was broken.
In April 1816 he moved on to the monastery of Rekitsa, located between
Leontarion and Mystra. But, even there it did not take him too long before to start
arguing with his superiors about the system, and he was causing much trouble and
turmoil for the monasterys administration. He was followed there by his two
brothers Nikitas and Elias, (both dreadful to the Turks) and also Paul Georgalas,
Theodore Paylopoulos, Panagiotis Feretos and Katsimparis, all of which were
distinguished fighters of the 1821 era, from Poliani and who stayed with him in
the monastery. Finally, he had a serious argument and dispute with the local
Turkish authorities of Hoursein Certaris (Pashas Certaris) over the monasterys
property. Certaris every year was confiscating more and more property from the
monastery and Papa-Flessas could not stand this act. He conjured up this plan, in
order to take back the property that belonged to the monastery:
He called the monks in early December when the farms were planted with
wheat and told them to dig deep in the property margins and place bundles of
burned coal and cover them up. When Pashas Certaris went to harvest the wheat
in August of 1816, Papa-Flessas was waiting in the farms armed with rifles and
having his brother Nikitas, Elias along with the armed men from Poliani, telling
Certaris to get off the land because the land belonged to the monastery and not to
him and that he knew where the property lines were because the older monastery
priests had told them. He said: If you dont believe me, lets take it to the courts
in Trompolitsa and let them deside.
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Indeed they went to Trompolitsa and the Local Turk Prosecutor assigned a
judge to go in the place of the disputed fields, verify with witnesses and make a
court ruling.
The ruling was in favor of the monastery and Papa-Flessas was felling
very proud of himself but Pashas Certaris was boiling with anger. He went back to
Trompolitsa and told the authorities that Papa-Flessas was a revolutionary and he
was arming the ragiades (Turks term for the Greeks) against the Turks. The
Trompolitsa authorities believed him and put Papa-Flessas in the death list and
send soldiers to the monastery to arrest and kill him, bringing his head back to
Trompolitsa.
When the soldiers were approaching, the armed brothers of Papa-Flessas and his
Poliani fighters stopped them, giving Papa-Flessas time to hide and to leave his
homeland before the Turks arrested him.
Chased by the Turks determined to kill him, and while Papa-Flessas was
climbing up the mountains of Agrilos, he stood up on a big rock and angrily said
to them: Vre keratades Tourkoi! You rascal Turks! Go back to your superiors
and tell them that it will not be long before I come back either as a bishop or a
Pasha, and I will then take care of you! Papa-Flessas visited the island of
Zakynthos and met with Theodore Kolokotronis, who was serving in the English
army. Zakynthos was a haven of a lot of Greeks from the mainland who escaped
there to avoid the Turkish death roll like Papa-Flessas. He obtained a reference
letter from the Archbishop of Christianoupolis (Arkadia, Kyparissia) through his
friends in Zakynthos. He had studied a lot and Kolokotronis always was sarcastic
with him because he did not study the Bible, but the ancient Greek Philosophers.
Finally he hired a small kaiki a fishing boat, to take him to Constantinouple
where his two brothers from the first wife of Demetrios were, Constanine and
Elias Flessas.
When the boat was passing by the Holy Mountain of Athos a big storm
came and overturned the boat. Papa-Flessas was in the sea, shipwrecked and
started swimming towards the shore. As he approached the big rocks, a wave
threw him out in the seashore almost exhausted. He reached in to his pocket,
where he had the reference letter from the Archbishop of Christianoupolis. The
wax stamp was gone and the letter was almost out of the envelope. He started
reading the letter, astonished to see that the Archbishop was telling everyone to
watch out for Papa-Flessas because he was not honest, he liked women and money
and he was not trustworthy. It did not take Papa-Flessas long to tear up the letter
and throw it in the sea.
He knocked the door to one of the holy monasteries found in the Athos
mountain and a monk received him, giving him food and blessing him with a gold
cross. Folklore stories have it that Papa-Flessas asked the monk to give him the
cross and a petrachili a holy stole to take it with him and he will return it later
to the monastery. Of course the monk gave him the two articles and he continued
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to Constantinouple. As we will see later he never returned the cross and the
petrachili stole and folklore has it that the Flessases all over his world are
having an imprecation, because of it, and they will never be able to prosper in life.
He arrived in Constantinople and he was met by his two half brothers,
Constantine and Elias, who were merchants there. His goal was to study ancient
Greek and Theology and to become an Archbishop in the Patriarxeio of the Agia
Sophia. He found a teacher called Gerasimos and he was teaching him ancient
Greek and rhetoric, especially Pericles speeches. He also started looking around
for prominent patriotes countrymen who were eager to fight and he managed to
meet with Gregorios, the Archibishop of Derkon from Zoupani, in Patra. The
Archbishop asked him a lot of questions about the situation in Greece and PapaFlessas told him that the clergy and the kotzambasides the local authorities
placed in power by the Turks to collect taxes and manage the countryside, had
good relations with the Turks and the ragiades the Greek peasants were
suffering and that he thought it had to be changed in order for the Greek Nation to
progress ahead.
The Archbishop was amazed with Papa-Flessas answers and asked him
about his name and the town of his origin. Papa-Flessas, who knew that he was in
the Turkish death list, and his reputation from Pelopopnnisos, told him that he
was a preacher from Korinth, his name was Dikaios and he went to
Constantinople to study. Archbishop Gregorios of Derkon was pleased and invited
Papa-Flessas (Dikaios) to dinner next night in the main Trapeza (dinning room) to
dine with him. From there Papa-Flessas was introduced to Skoufas as Gregorios
Dikaios an educated monk and an excellent patriot. It is understood that Gregorios
did not present his real surname, since he was afraid that his daring deeds in
Peloponissos were known to them. Soon he joined the secret organization of
Philiki Etaeria under strong recommendations of Panayotis Anagnostopoulos,
also a key member of the secret organization, with the code name Armodios A.
M. and the number five (5). Folklore has it that Papflessas forced
Anagnostopoulos one night in his house by putting a knife in his throat, to reveal
to him the secret authority and the superior force behind the Philiki Etaeria.
It must be noted that in the statute of Philiki Etaeria only Skoufas,
Tsakalof, Xanthos and Gazis were registered and the fifth one was Gregorios
Dikaios. Gregorios Dikaios read the Statute in front of the Archbishop and
Skoufas, with the allegation to change certain things in it, like the rule for
neophytes depositing any amounts of money, and receiving a receipt dated
October 25, 1817 regardless the date that the neophyte was really registered, for
security reasons.
In 1819, Gregorios was finally ordained to the highest priesthood position,
called Archimandritis, a rank next to the bishop, by Patriarch Gregorius the V of
Constantinople and he was given the ecclesiastical officio of Dikaios meaning
the Patriachs representative, in order to be able to move freely in the
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Moldovlachia area and not to be bothered by the Turks. Gregorios was assigned to
a mission of visiting the land in the northern part of the Ottoman Empire, located
along the river Danube, in order to inspire and spread hope among his country
men, for the nations independence from the Turks. He met Alexander Ypsilantis
and John Kapodistrias and he was very successful in his mission. The people were
enthusiastic about the idea of getting their freedom from the Turks. The mission
was financed by Philiki Etairia and Papa-Flessas prospered a lot, living a
luxurious life, having two Turkish servants with him.
Coming back to Constantinople from his successful mission, he liked to
wash every morning his lush beard with rich leather that the servants prepared for
him. One morning the servant spilled the soap sands over Papa-Flessass dress and
he became very angry with the servant, slapping him several times in the face.
The servant threw the coffee cup to the floor, run away to the
Mpostantsimpasi the town sheriff, telling him that he is a Turkish citizen and
that his master Flessas prepares a revolution against the Sultan (he was watching
Flessas closely during the mission) and he rouse the giaourides, the Christians,
as the Turks called the Greeks, to take up arms against the Turks. The Turkish
sheriff called Flessas in the police station, being very angry with him and asked
him What kind of man are you to have Muslim servants and to move around the
countryside and rouse the peasants against my ruler the Sultan?
Master, I am a monk and a Christian preacher of God, I am moving
around spreading the truth and the gospel and people pay my expenses for
that. Then he reached in his pocket and took out the petrachili the holy stole
and the gold cross he received from the Athos monastery and showed them to
the sheriff telling him These are my arms that he blames me of using. Master,
do not listen to him. He is ungrateful, and he is not telling the truth, I found
him in the streets almost naked and very hungry, when I was returning from
Vlachia on the request of our Patriarch to give him a count of my holy
mission there, and he begged me to help him out.
According to our Bible I am obliged to help any man in need, I took
him in without asking his greed or religion and he didnt tell me either. I
received deaconry from our Patriarch and I was giving him half of it feeding
and dressing him for my sol, this is what our Xasret Isas (the Turkish name
for Jesus Christ) our prophet commands us to do.
The sheriff was listening very carefully and at the end he became very
much angry with the servant and with fists and kicks on the back he threw him out
of the office. The servant, as he was going out from the office, was muttering that
in Flessass house were coming a lot of famous people and that he is a
Meletmpasis (leader). The sheriff heard the murmurs and he ordered the officers
to go to his house and bring in the Office everything they find there. Word got out
in the Greek community that Papa-Flessas was arrested and soldiers were going to
search his place.
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A messenger ran to the Archbishop of Derkon and told him all what was
happening. The Archbishop told the messenger to take 700 grossia, give them to
the soldiers and hide all of Papa-Flessases things in a nearby house. In this way,
Flessas was freed but the Turks that were watching his moves in Constantinople.
After this dangerous situation for the freedom move, Archbishop Gregorious of
Derkon, the other brothers of Philiki Etaeria the trustees of Constantinouple,
among them Panagiotis Sekeris, by the order of Alexander Ypsilanti gave
Gregorious Dikaios 90,000 grosia and a man from Sekeriss store called
Demetrios Dragonas from the town of Selitsa Avias, and like this they facilitated
his escape from Constantinouple.
Gregorios Flessas, before his escape and chased by the Turks, wrote a
letter to his brothers in Kisnvi, explaining the situation and the spirit of the
organization.
Escaping from Constantinople and carrying with him messages, letters and
documents, at the end of 1820, he sailed to Kydonia of Asia Minor and catechized
all the scholars of the Great School (as it was called there) waiting the arrival of
war supplies from his brother Constantine from Smyrna.
He send a man called Ipatros to Smyrna and both men loaded the boat of
Christodoulos Mexi with 400 barrels of gun powder, 30,000 silicon dioxide stones
and bullets with a letter to him telling him that if he needs more ammunition, they
will send it to him. From the island of Mytilini, Flessas sailed to Almyros in
Kalamata and send a letter to his brother Nikitas Flessas to wait for him there. He
went through the islands of Hydra and Spetses where he met with the local Greek
leaders of the island. Then he sailed to Argos and in Triskala of Corinthia where
he met with Panoutsos Notaras, from the family of his diseased stepmother
Theodora Notaras, and other prominent citizens of Achaia and Argolida.
He urged them to listen to what Flessas had to say about starting a
revolution against the Ottoman Empire. From there Flessas went to the monastery
of Saint George and called a meeting with the Greek authorities and high-ranking
priests to discuss when was the better time to start the revolution, now or later.
After heated arguments the meeting was postponed for a later time in the
monastery of Agia Lavra.
Indeed, on the 17th of January 1821 the Metropolitan of Christianoupolis
with his chief overseer Ambrosios Franztis departed from Kyparissia and on the
19 of January 1821 arrived at Palaia Patra (Old Patra) and the 23 of January 1821
the Metropolitan Archbishop of Palaias Patras, Germanos, with the Metropolitan
Archbishop of Chriastianoupolis, Nicholas Lontos, and the chief overseer
Ambrosios Franztis went in Vostitzan and they met there with Andreas Zaimis,
Sotirios Charalampis, John Papadopoulos or Mourtogiannis, the Episcope of
Kernitza, Prokopios and Gregorios Dikaios who was the first to arrive before
anybody else.
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On 26 of January 1821 the meeting started in the house of Andreas Londos


in the presence of Archimandrite Gregorios Dikaios as the representative of
Alexander Hipsilandis. Papa-Flessas read the instructions from Dimitrios
Hipsilandis and reassured every one that everything is ready and a lot of help is
coming from Russia.
The Episcopes Germanos took the stand and stared asking all kinds of questions
like:
Where are the war supplies? The necessary amount of money, the trained army,
the Navy, who is the strong leader to go against the strongest nation of the
Ottoman Empire, the people they are not only with out any skills for war but they
do not have any arms and ammunitions to start one, to overcome 400 years of
Turkish occupation and gain their freedom! We all remember the fiasco and the
destroying of Peloponnisos in 1769 even though then the Russian Navy was here
and took part in the revolution.
What are the proofs that we have now that the Great Nations of the world
are going to help us? We dont believe what Flessas told us and Hipsilandis is
writing to us.
After this flaming speech they all turned toward Flessas and told him
Gregory, Gregory we heard all of your proposals and thinking very seriously, we
believe that all this about the great works and the coming help are worthless,
rotten and you owe to us and to the Nation to retreat from your actions and ideas
and go back to your home town. Indeed Flessas was not emotionless from all and
after 4 consecutive meetings they proposed secretly to jail Flessas in the
monastery of Agia Lavra in order to avoid problems for the nation.
But Papa-Flessas was armed and had seven armed man including his
brother Nikitas outside the meeting room and no one dared to arrest him. After 4
days of meetings the synod decided to get more information from John
Kapodistrias and also get the opinion of the neighboring countries before they
would agree to start the revolution.
Flessas problem was the upper class (landowners) in the villages and
municipalities, including the top echelon of the clergy, who did not trust PapaFlessas, and his mission was received with a great deal of skepticisms and fear.
They were afraid of a possible failure of the revolution and the hard
retributions of the Turks on the Greek population for disturbing their peace, and
most of all the loss of their land and wealth. Consequently, many of them thought
to arrest Papa-Flessas and either kill him or turn him over to the Turkish
Authorities for his revolutionary activities. But, Papa-Flessas was indeed aware of
their thinking and intentions and managed not to fall into their trap. He was very
careful about selecting and trusting friends. He felt safer to approach first farmers
and peasants and the poor class of people who were easily magnetized by his
speeches and looked upon him as the Messiah of their freedom.
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After the meeting he went to Kalavrita and met with Nikolaus Souliotis
and Asimakis Skaltsas in order for them to write a letter in the first 10 days of
March 1821 to Oikonomos Eliopoulos. Then he retreated to Kalyvia in Kalamata
waiting for news from Souliotis and Skaltsas and the arrival in Almyros, a small
port near Kalamata, of the boat with the war supplies.
From Kalyvia he secretly went to Gardikion in Amfia near his hometown
Poliani and learned that the small boat of Mexis Poriotis arrived in Almyros.
Immediately called his brothers, they gathered about 400 men with mules and
donkeys from the Poliani area, that his brother Nikitas had arranged, and they all
started for Almyros Kalamata. In order to unload the boat they had to have the
authorization of Petrompeis Mayromichalis who was the areas harbormaster and
for that purpose Nikitas Flessas went to Kitries, the hometown of Petrompeis
Mayromichalis but he was not there. He was in Ialos, in Mani where Nikitas met
with him and he told that his brother Gregorios Flessas had arrived and asked him
to give the proper authorization to unload the boat.
Petrompeis Mayromichalis called Nikitas in one of the rooms and told him
that he knew exactly what the Greeks are planning to do and that he had a lot of
expenses to cover and he needs money in order to let the boat be unloaded.
Nikitas went back to his brother Gregorious and transmitted to him the request of
Petrompeis Mayromichalis. Papa-Flessas understood exactly that he wanted
mpaxish a big gift and gave Nikitas 45,000 grosia for Petrompeis
Mayromichalis who gladly received them, but he still did not sign the proper
papers. He wanted half of the supplies in the boat to have them as reserves to fight
the Greeks when they start the revolution against the Turks.
It must be noted here that Petrompeis Mayromichalis was a paid by the
Turks security force and this is why the Turks in return had given him all these
privileges. Nikitas did as requested and went to Almyros waiting for the man and
the animals to arrive. Indeed the 20th of March 1821 Papa-Flessas arrived at 2:00
in the morning and received the supplies.
Then in a single line they started for the monastery of Velanidia, the place
where Papa-Flessas served as a monk and fount Anagnostaras, Papatsoris,
Kefalas, Petrovas and Nikitaras all prominent kleftes chieftains from the area
who they were notified via messenger earlier. The men who carried the
ammunitions from Almyros to Velanidia passed by an artesian well in the
outskirts of fortress of Kalamata and stopped to drink some water.
But there, maybe in purpose or by accident, one gunpowder barrel opened
and some powder spilled to the surrounding grounds, it about a couple of pounds.
The next day, 21 March 1821 the stablemen went there to water the horses of
Pashas Arnatoglou from Kalamata. And they noticed some gunpowder in the
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They ran back to town and told their afenti boss what they found, who
called a meeting with all the prominent Greeks and clergy from the Kalamata area
and he put them in jail.
Papa-Flessas learn the happenings in Kalamata when he arrived in
Velanidia and he wrote this letter or note to the town Governor of Kalamata
Pashas Arnatoglou:
To the Notables and the Elder man of the community of Kalamata. Today you
must send us 10,000 bullet cartridges, 4,000 tsarouchs (shoes), food and
supplies for 4,000 men; otherwise we are coming there to burn down the city.
Signed The leader of the rebels Gregorious Dikaeos Flessas.
Flessas wrote this letter to prove that the prisoners they did not know
anything about the revolution and they were innocent. He send the letter with a
messenger named Paisios who gave it to the relatives of John Kyriakos who was
the notable there, they in return gave it to him who was in prison. He asked
permission to see the Governor of Kalamata and Arnaoutoglou ordered him to
present him self in the Governors quarters.
Kyriakos told Arnaoutoglou My Pasha, I came in the name of all
prisoners to beg you to through us all in the see to drown he was surprised and
asked Kyriakos Why Mr. Giannis and he replied The Ntouvleti the state put
us in jail and the kleftes the rebels they threaten that they are going to burn the
town, look at this letter that someone brought to us in the jail and he gave PapaFlessas letter to the translator in order to read to Arnaoutoglou.
When the Pasha heard all these from his translator he ordered all the
prisoners to come in front of him and around 2:00 pm of 21st of March 1821 was
decided to have a general alert and every man who had arms to gather in the town
square and get ready to fight the rebels from Velanidia and Saint Elias. John
Kyriakos told the Pasha Arnaoutoglou My Pasha Mpei mou it is better first to
find out how many there are and if they are few then we must attack them
otherwise we put in danger all the Turkish security forces, the town itself and the
hole dolveti.
Arnaoutoglou accepted the opinion of Kyriakos and send Spyridon
Antonakis to Velanidia in order to bring in Kalamata Kyrillos, the abbot of that
monastery who confirm that in Velanidia and Saint Elias there are 6000 rebels all
armed and ready to attack Kalamata and all of Peloponnesus with their leaders
Papatsoris, Kefalas, Nikitaras, Anagnostaras, and Gregorios Dikaios Flessas.
Arnaoutoglou said Not this mischievous sprite Papa-Flessas again!. He then
called a general assembly meeting at 4:00 am in the commissioners office. In
front of prominent Turks the primal notables and the elders, Arnaoutoglou told
Mr. Giannakis Kyriakos.
You are right Mr. Giannaki the rebels are ample and we must ask for help
from Trimpolitsa or Pylos, but Kyriakos answered They are far away and until
help comes the rebels will destroy us and he proposed the following action:
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To call Mayromichalis who is a friend of the Government and in charge of the


security of the city. Arnaoutoglou at once called the swift runner Spyridon
Antonakis he gave him a letter for Mayromichalis, (Note that Kyriakos was a
member of Philiki Etairia and he knew that Mayromichalis was also a member).
The evening of the 21st of March 1821 Gregorius Flessas ordered his
brother Elias to guard the surrounding towns of Kalamata that they were in the
national road from Kalamata to Messini, his other brother Nikitas with 300 man to
cover the Eastern part of the fortress and to permit the passage through the road to
Mani. The man of Panayiotis Kefalas, Nikitas Stamatelopoulos and Nikitaras with
200, cover the Saint Ann and Saint Thomas heights.
Anagnostaras with Papatsoris and with the rest of the men were sent to
defend the monastery of Saint Elias. Papa-Flessas, with the rest of the troops (he
had drawn together approx 2500 men) were in Velanidia waiting the night and the
results of his earlier dealings.
The next day and at 11:00 pm Elias Mayromichalis arrived in Kalamata,
leading 200 Lakedemons (men from Mani) no too well armed. He placed his men
in the houses of Zarkos and Elias Tzanne and presented himself to the Governor
who received him with kindness. After a moment of silence he said to Elias
Mayromichalis Captain Elias you are in charge of all the men, Greeks and Turks
and you are to attack the rebels. Elias Mayromichalis replied to him I will go
out there to learn what they want and who they are.
After an hour he returned and presented himself in front of the Governor
saying to him the leaders are Anagnostaras, Papatsoris, Nikitaras and Gregorios
Dikaios Flessas and they demand the freedom of their country which I cannot
offer. The governor replied: I understand captain Elias and I am well
disenchanted. He then ordered the hiring of horses and mules to load his
belongings and escape to Trompolitsa when the right opportunity comes. One of
his prominent Turkish citizens by the name Mouratis, well known to the Greeks,
took his belongings and his family and started going out from the city of Kalamata
thinking that the Greeks will not stop him. He came in front of Nikitaras at Saint
Thomas who said to him You rascal Turk put down your arms and come here
but Mouratis thought he was joking and he continued.
Nikitaras then ordered one of his men to kill him thus they all taste the
Turkish blond running in the ground that the Ottoman Empire was torturing for
four hundred years. Mouratis was the very first victim of the war of Independence
on the 21st of March 1821. His mourning wife with her children returned to
Kalamata. The bad news got to Arnaoutoglou who on the 21st of March 1821
disenchanted and he entrenched along with all other Turkish authorities in the
fortified house of Kalamata. In the meantime, in Mani a gathering of the captains
of the rebels decided to start the revolution on March 25th, 1821 but on March 22nd
they received the news from Kalamata that they all started going towards the city
naming Mourtzinos, Theodore Kolokotronis, Anagnostaras, the sons of
126

Petrombeis Mavromichalis along with Katzis, the Papa-Flessas group were around
the city earlier and many others and were about 2000 all together. Between the
22nd to the 23 of March they gathered in Kalamata about 5000 men, very poorly
armed and making a lot of noise in the city.
The 23rd of March Arnaoutoglou caught a site of all this armed men,
ordered Mpelouk Kokkinis, a Turkish bully who tortured the Greeks in the past
from Trompolitsa, who went to the local store where most of the captains were,
sat down in a skamni stool, next to Nikitaras and asked them:
Pasha Arnaoutoglou salutes you all and he is demanding an answer to
what is happening here, what are you doing putting in danger yourselves and all of
the Greek Nation, these thoughts will have an unpleasant ending for all. Nikitaras
reached to his selahi, leather belt with a pouch for pistols, to shut him up, but
Kolokotronis stopped him calling Kokkinis to sit next to him in order to hear
better to what he had to say. Mayromichalis started talking first, and told the
Muslim, We listen to what your boss had to say, what you hear and what you see
here are not stealing actions, they are solid thinks and not only from us but from
all the kings of Europe, and the blessing of God, because the Greeks so far have
suffered from the Turkish oppression of 400 years and from your tortures.
We are not like you. We are going to get our freedom and we do not
condescend to bather you and your Turkish sinafi social class. You stay in your
houses and your thinks will not be bothered. You pay 2 flouria coins per family
every year and no one is going to bother you in the future.
The Turks faced in this unpleasant situation decided to surrender;
Mayromichalis put a team of people to make a list of all the belongings and their
arms and distributed the arms to his men. Kalamata was liberated and the Greeks
started a big celebration in the city looting and burning down the Turkish houses.
The Greek War of Independence officially started on March 25th, 1821 and
brought a great change to the Church of the free kingdom. The clergy had taken a
leading part in the revolution. In 1821, at the beginning of the movement, when
Alexander Hypsilanti was making his absurd attempt to rouse the Vlachs, Gregory
V of Constantinople, forced by the Turkish government, denounced the Hetairia
Philike and excommunicated the rebels.
PAPA-FLESSAS DURING THE REVOLUTION
OF THE YEARS 1821-1825
In 1823 Papa-Flessas was named the Minister of Internal Affairs and the
Chief of Police. In the government of Alexander Mavrocordatos under the name
Gregorios Dikaios, the name he had when was in Philiki Etaeria. He made a lot
of reforms, he put in place the mail system, he built schools in various towns and
in his hometown in Poliani. He started for the first time the title of inspector
general for the schools and he was the first one to establish the Koinonika
127

Fronimata political convictions certificate to be given to the friends of the


Government.
He took part in many battles against the Turks and he cited with the
government when the civil war started in 1824. He took part in the campaign in
Messenia and the rest of Peloponnesus to suppress the rebels against the
Government. Many people in order to avoid prosecution wanted to be in PapaFlessas side.
Many members of the Dikaios and the Flessas families several times
changed their names either way, and sometimes back and forth, to be on his side,
to get Government approvals for various expenses in the army, or to get national
land from the Turkish farms including his own nephew John Nikitas Flessas who,
one time called himself John Dikaios in order to get approval to his promotion to
an upper army rank.
Several years later, when Papa-Flessas was dead, he was complaining, as
Flessas, because the Army Department could not find his records.
Papa-Flessas during the civil war, between politicians and leaders of the
revolution, was on Kolokotronis side. But, later on, due to his personal ambitions,
sided with the politicians and went against his former co-fighter, believing
sincerely by doing so, that he best served the interest of his country, for which he
had great love and devotion.
When Hebraem invaded Peloponnesus, Papa-Flessas was still minister of
the Internal Affairs- That was the year of 1825. Realizing the great danger the
nation was with Hebraisms invasion, he asked and insisted that the Government
release Kolokotronis and other political prisoners for the salvation of the nation,
by granting them an amnesty for whatever their crime was. His appeal was turned
down. Then he decided to appear before the Executive Branch and Parliament to
tell them he would go to Messenia alone to organize a resistance against Hebraem,
determined to return victorious or die in the battlefield.
Gregorios managed to gather manpower composed of 2,000 poorly armed men
and went to the province of Pylias searching for the best spot to face Hebraems
army coming out of the city of Pylos. He chose the hills of Maniaki in order to
have a better view of enemys movements. There, he built three lines of defense.
His nephew, Demetrios Flessas the Elias Flessas from the first wife of
Demetrios, who was killed in Trompolitsa in 1821, defended the first one.
The second one was commanded by Pierron Voides and his fighters from
MANI, and the third, and most crucial line of defense was kept for himself.
MAY 20, 1825: Hebraems forces led by well-trained French Officers attacked
Papa-Flessas defense lines. Most of his troops lost their nerves and courage to
fight, abandoned their positions, and ran away. Papa-Flessas continued fighting
the Egyptians with a handful force of 300-600 faithful to him and to his cause.
128

When he chose to face Hebraem he knew that he would die in the


battlefield. The battle lasted one full day. The day of May 20th, 1825 came to its
end after the lines were broken by the heavy bombardment of Hebraems artillery
and the repeated attacks of his infantry and cavalry.
A fierce hand-to-hand fight followed, a combat to the last defender,
including Papa-Flessas resistance, and soon it was all over.
When Hebraem was informed of Papa-Flessas death he was very sad. He ordered
to have his body set up against an old oak tree. Admiring his physical stature and
bravery, he said to his officers:
If Greece had ten heroes like him, it would not have been possible for us to
undertake the military campaign against Peloponnesus.
Tim C. Flessas, Nea Penteli, August 2004

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The Hellenic Medical Society of New York (HMS) has its origins in the
Greek-American Medical Fraternity, an organization co-founded by the renowned
physician George N. Papanicolaou during the First World War. This organization
officially registered with the New York State authorities in 1920. Drs. George N.
Papanicolaou, Nicholas Papadopoulos, Constantinos Carousos and Constantinos
Logothetis served consecutively as presidents of this fraternity.
In the past quarter century, many memorable HMS-sponsored events have
occurrd With the guidance of Dr. Konstantine Velis, the bust of Dr. George N.
Papanicolaou was unveiled at Cornell Medical College in 1979, and in 1983 the
Dr. George N. Papanicolaou Memorial Committee donated its replica to the
University of Athens. During that year, the society's by-laws were revised in 1981,
the quarterly HMS Newsletter made its first appearance edited by Dr. Anthony
Vasilas and Dr. James Gabriel. This newsletter has kept HMS members abreast of
the many different functions. The HMS membership increased from 160 in 1971
to over 400 physicians in 1991. A very useful membership directory was compiled
by Dr. Nicholas Mezitis and Dr. Anthony Vasilas in 1990. Since 1980, Dr. Vasilas
and the late Dr. Flessas have supervised the transfer of medical literature, medical
equipment and pharmaceuticals to hospitals throughout Greece, Cyprus and
Northern Epirus (Albania).
In 1985, the Hellenic Medical Society of New York became a non-profit
organization. The by-laws were revised again in 1993 under the supervision of Dr.
Peter Tsairis and Dr. Nicholas Romas. Consequently, new committees were
introduced and others expanded. As local professional meetings became more
frequent, yearly national and international outreach programs were established,
253

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weekends, and medical seminars in Greece became more prominent. In 1995, Dr.
Spyros Mezitis organized the first outreach program for physicians outside the
New York metropolitan area in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Greek-American physicians from New York first took part in Greek
conferences in May 1909 during the Panhellenic Congress against Tuberculosis at
the Athens Academy. In 1969, the HMS co-sponsored the Sixth Middle-Eastern
Pediatric Congress . In 1971, the HMS supported the Post-Graduate
Seminar on Mental Retardation organized by New York Medical College in
conjunction with Athens University Medical School. In 1984, the Hellenic
Medical Society of New York officially began co-sponsoring conferences in
Greece with regional medical societies.
These conferences were first implemented by Dr. Demetrios Flessas who
also assisted the Greek-American educational organization Krikos to organize
new state medical schools in Greece. Medical seminars were continued under the
leadership of Dr. Alexander Karfopoulos, followed by Dr. Marinos Petratos and
Dr. Nicholas Mezitis. In August 2000, the Millennium Summer Seminar that was
organized by Dr. Florentia Christodoulidou on the island of Cyprus was a
memorable experience.
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54. 7 ( 6,
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318

99. GEORGES 8 FLESSAS ( 7


, 6, 5,
4, 3,
2, 1) 24 9 1883 , ,
12 196880.
GEORGES FLESSAS :
178.
i. DEMETRIOS GEORGES9 FLESSAS, 15 11 1921,
, 01 6 1988, Passaic, New
Jersey, USA, 07055.
ii. MARIA GEORGES FLESSAS, ,
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179.
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iv. , ,
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181.
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320

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01 5 1984 in Portland, Oregon, USA., Multnomah, OR 97236.
MARY ELIEFF 1926 in Portland, Oregon, USA., Oregon.
21 5 1907 in Macedonia, Greece, 20 1 1999 in
Portland, Oregon, USA., Multnomah, OR 97236.
MARY ELIEFF :
189.
i. GEORGE NICHOLAS9 FLESSAS, 1928, Portland,
Oregon, USA.
190.
ii.DON STANLEY FLESSAS, 10 6 1932, Portland,
Oregon, USA.

322

108. NIKOLAOS YIORGOS8 FLESSAS ( 7 ,


6, 5, 4,
3, 2, 1)
ANNA KELLER 21 5 1896 in Manhattan, N.Y.84.
NIKOLAOS FLESSAS ANNA KELLER :
i. PAULINE NICHOLAS9 FLESSAS.
ii. JOHN NICHOLAS FLESSAS85, 31 7 1896, New
York City; 1966.
109. 8 ( 7,
6, 5, 4,
3, 2, 1) 1857,
1899. HELEN. 1856,
1928 in New York City,Ny, 10028.
HELEN :
191.
i. CONSTANTINE JOHN9 FLESSAS.
ii. VASILIKI JOHN FLESSAS.
iii. CALIOPE JOHN FLESSAS.
iv. GEORGE JOHN FLESSAS, 1880; 1887.
192.
v. NICHOLAS JOHN FLESSAS, 20 6 1881, Tripata,
Elias; 23 2 1965, Wisconsin, USA.
vi. ANDREW JOHN FLESSAS, 1882; 1886.
vii. GEORGE II JOHN FLESSAS, 1888;
1891.
110. CONSTANTINO YIORGOS8 FLESSAS ( 7
, 6, 5,
4, 3, 2,
1) 1864, 1933.
CONSTANTINO YIORGOS FLESSAS :
i. CHRISTINA CONSTANTINE9 VLACHOS, 1902;
1977.
ii. YIORGOS CONSTANTINE VLACHOS, 1904;
1904.
193.
iii. YIORGOS II CONSTANTINE VLACHOS, 1905;
1987.
iv. STRATES CONSTANTINE VLACHOS, 1907.
323

v. PAULINE CONSTANTINE VLACHOS, 1909.


vi. WILLIAM CONSTANTINE VLACHOS, 1917.
vii. ANGELA CONSTANTINE VLACHOS, 1920.
111. HARRIET YIORGOS8 FLESSAS ( 7 ,
6, 5, 4,
3, 2, 1)
19 6 189786,87, 1 1989 in New York City, Ny, 1002888.
HARRIET YIORGOS FLESSAS :
i. JAMES JOHN9 FLESSAS, 20 6 1928, Manhattan,
NY.
112. 8 ( 7,
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116. ADRONIKI 8 FLESSAS ( 7 ,


6, 5, 4,
3, 2, 1)
15 4 1920 , , 24 2 1999 in 2350
W.Dumpster St., Des Plaines, Ill, 60016. KONSTANTINOS
PODOCHORITIS.
325

ADRONIKI FLESSAS KONSTANTINOS PODOCHORITIS


:
i. GEORGIA KONSTANTINOS9 PODOCHORITIS.
ii. NIKOLARAS KONSTANTINOS PODOCHORITIS.
iii. SOPHIA KONSTANTINOS PODOCHORITIS.
iv. ANGELA KONSTANTINOS PODOCHORITIS.
v. ANTHOULA KONSTANTINOS PODOCHORITIS.
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HARRIET BODAMER :
207.
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333

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237.
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238.
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239.
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178. DEMETRIOS GEORGES9 FLESSAS (GEORGES 8,


7 , 6,
5, 4,
3, 2, 1) 15 11
1921 , , 01 6 1988 in Passaic, New Jersey,
0705597. EUGENE KARVOUNIS.
.
DEMETRIOS FLESSAS EUGENE KARVOUNIS :
i. TATIANA DEMETRIOS10 FLESSAS.
ii. BARBARA DEMETRIOS FLESSAS.
179. 9 (GEORGES 8 FLESSAS,
7 , 6,
5, 4,
3, 2, 1) 1909
, , 2002 .
. 1914,
2007 , .
:
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180. 9 ( 8,
7, 6,
5, 4, 3,
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.
:
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348

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. 1925 ,
1993.
:
277.
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278.
ii. , 1949.
279.
iii. , 1951.
280.
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281.
v. , 1955.
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283.
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:
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.
296.
ii. , 1926,
.
297.
iii. , 1929,
.
298.
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.
299.
v. , 1938,
.
300.
vi. , 1938,
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17 2 1957 . 10 1 1923 .
:
303.
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7 1957.
304.
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7 1957, .
189. GEORGE NICHOLAS9 FLESSAS ( 8
, A7, 6,
5, 4,
3, 2, 1)98 1928 in
Portland, Oregon, USA. , YVONNE MARIE RADS 10 9
1950 in Rose City Portland, Oregon, USA. 99.
GEORGE FLESSAS YVONNE RANDS :
i. JULIE ANNE10 FLESSAS, 10 9 1952, Portland,
Oregon, USA. . 07 6 2001, in Portland, Oregon,
USA. , Oregon, USA.
ii. DANIEL NICHOLAS FLESSAS, 26 6 1956, in
Portland, Oregon, USA. , Oregon,USA.
190. DON STANLEY9 FLESSAS ( 8 ,
A7, 6,
5, 4, 3,
2, 1) 10 6 1932 in Portland,
Oregon, USA. NANCY BETINGER. in Germany.
DON FLESSAS NANCY BETINGER :
352

305.

i.
ii.

JAMES10 FLESSAS, 22 11 1966, in Portland,


Oregon, USA. , Oregon,USA.
NICKI FLESSAS, 06 5 1963, in Portland, Oregon,
USA. , Oregon,USA.

191. CONSTANTINE JOHN9 FLESSAS ( 8 ,


7, 6, 5,
4, 3,
2, 1)
CONSTANTINE JOHN FLESSAS :
i. JOHN CONSTANTINE10 FLESSAS.
ii. ADREW CONSTANTINE FLESSAS.
192. NICHOLAS JOHN9 FLESSAS ( 8 ,
7, 6, 5,
4, 3,
2, 1)100 20 6 1881 , ,
23 2 1965 in Wisconsin101. MARIA
STASINOPOULOS 1912 , , WILLIAM
STASINOPOULOS KIRATSO PANOPOULOS. 1891
, 1960.
NICHOLAS FLESSAS MARIA STASINOPOULOS :
306.
i. NIKOLLETTA NICHOLAS10 FLESSAS, 1917;
1993; Adopted child.
307.
ii. JOHN NICHOLAS FLESSAS, 11 2 1924;
03 12 1990, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
308.
iii. JAMES NICHOLAS FLESSAS,
12 6 1925. 02 6 1997, in
Ankeny,
Iowa.
309.
iv. WILLIAM NICHOLAS FLESSAS, 05 4 1927;
05 7 1992, in Roslindale, Massachusetts.
310.
v. PETER NICHOLAS FLESSAS, 1928.
311.
vi. HELEN NICHOLAS FLESSAS, 1930.
312.
vii. ADRIENNE NICHOLAS FLESSAS, 1934.
viii. BETTY NICHOLAS FLESSAS, 1936.
193. YIORGOS II CONSTANTINE9 VLACHOS (CONSTANTINO YIORGOS8
FLESSAS, 7 , 6,
353

5, 4,
3, 2, 1) 1905,
1987.

YIORGOS II CONSTANTINE VLACHOS :


313.
i. VASCILIOS GEORGOS10 FLESSAS, 20 5 1951;
01 1 2004, in Kelso, Cowlitz, Washington.
194. 9 ( 8,
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.

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11 1983. .
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:
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316.
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317.
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318.
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.
355

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:
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, ; 06 12 1994, ,
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204. VASILIOS 10 FLESSIAS ( 9 ,
8, 7, 6,
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2, 1) 05 6 1919
, . 25 5
1940. 15 9 1907.
VASILIOS FLESSIAS :
i. NIKOLIA VASILIOS11 FLESSIAS, 17 10 1940,
, , .
ii. FLESSIAS, 29 10
1946, in Montreal, Canada.
iii. FLESSIAS, 07 3 1949,
Montreal, Canada.
205. 10 ( 9,
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326.
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, .
207. DEMOS JOHN10 FLESSAS ( 9 ,
8, 7, 6,
5, 4, 3,
2, 1) 20 5 1928.
DEMOS JOHN FLESSAS :
327.
i. DEBORA11 FLESSAS, 09 9 1951. In New York,
USA.
ii. DARIA FLESSAS, 22 4 1956. In New York,
USA.
208. 10 ( 9 ,
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.
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WISNER 1961 in Washington DC, JAY WISNER ALTA
QUACKENBUSH. 27 6 1936 in Chittenango, NY.
(2) 14 11 1981 Montreal
Canada,
. 29 6 1946 , .
IDA WISNER :
342.
i. SANDRA PENELOPE11 , 14 12
1962, Washington, DC.
343.
ii. LINDA ALTA , 12 1 1964,
Washington, DC..
iii. CONSTANTINE EFTHIMIOS , 27 12
1973, Valcourt, Quebec, Canada.
:
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2 10 2000
Congratulations for your wedding!
Everyone in the Flessas family wishes you a happy
Prosperous wedding a long happy life time together.
Mr. Efthimios C. Flessas
Mrs. Meropi Vavoulis-Flessas
Maria Flessas
ii.
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237. ATHANASIOS NICK10 HADGES ( 9 ,
8 , 7,
6, 5, 4,
3, 2, 1) 11 7
1943 , , 06 1 2000 Easton,
Pennsylvania, USA. .
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ATHANASIOS HADGES :
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238. JOHN NICK10 HADGES ( 9 ,
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239. CONSTANTIN NICK10 HADGES ( 9 ,


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377

267. 10 ( 9,
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SILLITO.
MICHELLE SILLITO :
i. DORALYN11 FLESSAS, 2004.
268. 10 ( 9
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7 , 6 ,
5, 4, 3,
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Canada. JOEL DESY.
JOEL DESY :
i. LOC11 DESY, 1996, Longueil, Quebec, Canada.
ii. SANDRINE DESY, 2001, Longueil, Quebec,
Canada.
269. 10 ( 9
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AURA BROSMAN :
i. SON11 , 12 4 2003, Madison, Boston.
272. 10 ( 9 ,
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EMMETT FINOCCHE :
i. LOUKAS11 FINOCCHE.
ii. ZOE FINOCCHE.
273. 10 (
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305. JAMES10 FLESSAS (DON STANLEY9, 8
, A7, 6,
5, 4,
3, 2, 1) 22 11
1966 Portland, Oregon, USA. , Oregon, USA.
JAMES FLESSAS :
i. AUSTIN JOSHUA11 FLESSAS, 11 6 1990,
Portland, Oregon, USA.
ii. NICHOLAS FLESSAS, 1999, Portland, Oregon,
USA.
iii. AARON FLESSAS, 2001, Portland, Oregon, USA.
iv. JAINA FLESSAS, 2005, Portland, Oregon, USA.
306. NIKOLLETTA NICHOLAS10 FLESSAS (NICHOLAS JOHN9,
8 , 7, 6,
5, 4,
3, 2, 1) 1917,
1993. DRILIAS.
NIKOLLETTA FLESSAS DRILIAS :
i. CHRISTINE11 DRILIAS.
ii. THOMAS DRILIAS.
iii. WILLIAM DRILIAS.
307. JOHN NICHOLAS10 FLESSAS (NICHOLAS JOHN9,
8 , 7, 6,
5, 4,
3, 2, 1) 11 2
1924103,104, 03 12 1990 in Milwaukee,Wisconsin105.

389

JOHN NICHOLAS FLESSAS :


i. MARY JOHN11 FLESSAS, 15 3 1950.
ii. ELIZABETH JOHN FLESSAS, 17 2 1952.
iii. JULIE JANE FLESSAS.
iv. DAVID JOHN FLESSAS, 19 11 1959.
308. JAMES NICHOLAS10 FLESSAS
(NICHOLAS JOHN9, 8 ,
7, 6, 5,
4, 3,
2, 1) 12 6 1925106,107,
02 6 1997 in Ankeny, Iowa108. CHARLOTTE
CLEMENTINE COLE, CLEMSON COLE EMMA
SUTHERLAN.
JAMES FLESSAS CHARLOTTE COLE :
i. GERALDINE JAMES11 FLESSAS.
363.
ii. MICHEAL CHRISTIAN FLESSAS, 02 6 1959,
Miami, Florida.
iii. DANIEL JAMES FLESSAS, 06 5 1966, Cleveld ,
Ohio.
309. WILLIAM NICHOLAS10 FLESSAS (NICHOLAS JOHN9,
8 , 7, 6,
5, 4,
3, 2, 1) 05 4
1927109, 05 7 1992 in Roslindale, Massachusetts110.
WILLIAM NICHOLAS FLESSAS :
364.
365.

i. MARK WILLIAM11 FLESSAS, 27 8 1948,


Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
ii. JAMES WILLIAM FLESSAS.

366.
367.
368.

iii. WILLIAM II WILLIAM FLESSAS.


iv. JOHN MICHAEL FLESSAS, 12 2 1972.
v. CHRISTOPHER NICHOLAS FLESSAS, 12 6
1975.
310. PETER NICHOLAS10 FLESSAS (NICHOLAS JOHN9,
8 , 7, 6,
5, 4,
3, 2, 1) 1928.
TIA POULOS.
PETER FLESSAS TIA POULOS :
369.
i. NICHOLAS STEVEN11 FLESSAS, 1957.
ii. ROBERT WILLIAM FLESSAS, 1958.
390

iii.
iv.
v.
vi.

JOHN ANTHONY FLESSAS, 1960.


GEORGE BRIAN FLESSAS, 1962.
PETER ALAN FLESSAS, 1965.
ANDREW DAVID FLESSAS, 1969.

311. HELEN NICHOLAS10 FLESSAS (NICHOLAS JOHN9,


8 , 7, 6,
5, 4,
3, 2, 1) 1930.
FRED KELLER.
HELEN FLESSAS FRED KELLER :
i. FRED KELLER11 JR..
ii. JEFF KELLER.
iii. MARY BETH KELLER.
312. ADRIENNE NICHOLAS10 FLESSAS (NICHOLAS JOHN9,
8 , 7, 6,
5, 4,
3, 2, 1) 1934.
ASPENLEITER.
ANDRIENNE FLESSAS ASPENLEITER :
i. JOHN11 KROHN.
ii. SUSAN ASPENLEITER.
iii. ROBER ASPENLEITER.
313. VASCILIOS GEORGOS10 FLESSAS (YIORGOS II CONSTANTINE9
VLACHOS, CONSTANTINO YIORGOS8 FLESSAS, 7
, 6, 5,
4, 3, 2,
1) 20 5 1951111,112, 01 1 2004 in Kelso,
Colditz, Washington. H REBECCA ELAINE HADDING
01 6 1971. 17 9 1951.

VASCILIOS FLESSAS REBECCA HADDING :


370.
i. LORETTA AMELIA SUSANNA11 FLESSAS, 04
12 1972, Indiana.
391

ii.

371.

iii.

372.

iv.

373.

v.
vi.
vii.
viii.
ix.
x.

GEORGOS VACSILIOS FLESSAS, 22 7 1976,


Eugene, Oregon; ELAINA LEAHA
QUACKENBUSH; 12 4 1975, Los Angeles,
California.
STRATE VASILIOS FLESSAS, 03 11 1980,
Tacoma, Washington.
REBECCA AMELIA MARIA FLESSAS, 21 12
1982, Olympia Washington.
GREGORIOUS VASILIOS FLESSAS, 19 1 1984.
LEONIDAS VASILIOS FLESSAS, 16 3 1985.
FRANZISKA AMELIA LILLITH FLESSAS, 26 12
1987.
JAUNITA AMELIA SABRA FLESSAS, 20 9 1989.
KATRINA AMELIA EMMA FLESSAS, 11 9
1990, Tacoma, Washington.
ELMEGREO VASCILIOS FLESSAS, 17 5 1996.

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396

3, 2, 1) 09 9 1951.
KENNETH FLECK.
DEBORA FLESSAS KENNETH FLECK :
i. JAMES12 FLECK, 22 9 1981.
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.
342. SANDRA PENELOPE11 ( 10,
9, 8,
7, 6, 5,
4, 3, 2,
1) 14 12 1962 in Washington, D. C. USA.
MARLON HUTCHINSON 17 4 1999 in Montreal,
Canada.
SADNRA MARLON HUTCHINSON :
i.
MICHALIS EFTHIMIOS12 HUTCHINSON, 28
10 2000, General Jews Hospital, Montreal Quebec.
343. LINDA ALTA11 ( 10,
9, 8,
7, 6, 5,
4, 3, 2,
1) 12 1 1964 in Washington, D. C. USA.
MARK ESDON 25 3 1994 in Mount Lebanon, Pa, GORDON
ESDON NORMA COOPER. 31 3 1962 in Lachine, Quebec.
LINDA MARK ESDON :
i. GILLIAN MORGAN12 ESDON, 11 8 1998,
Cleveld , Ohio.
401

ii.
iii.

MICHAEL GORDON ESDON, 29 11 2004,


Cleveld , Ohio.
MATHEW EFTHIMIOS ESDON, 29 11 2004,
Clevelad , Ohio.

344. 11 ( 10 ,
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4, 3,
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() :
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,
; .
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.
363. MICHEAL CHRISTIAN11 FLESSAS (JAMES NICHOLAS10, NICHOLAS
JOHN9, 8 , 7,
6, 5, 4,
3, 2, 1)
02 6 1959 in Miami, Florida.

407

MICHEAL CHRISTIAN FLESSAS :


i. SAMUEL CHRISTIAN FLESSAS12 HEART,
14 5 1983, Columbia, South Carolina.
364. MARK WILLIAM11 FLESSAS. (WILLIAM NICHOLAS10, NICHOLAS
JOHN9, 8 , 7,
6, 5,
4, 3, 2,
1) 27 8 1948 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
MARK WILLIAM FLESSAS :
i.
LINDSEY PUERLING12 FLESSAS.
1988, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
365. JAMES WILLIAM11 FLESSAS
(WILLIAM NICHOLAS10, NICHOLAS JOHN9, 8
, 7, 6,
5, 4, 3,
2, 1)
JAMES WILLIAM FLESSAS :
i. MICHAEL JAMES12 FLESSAS.
366. WILLIAM II WILLIAM11 FLESSAS.
(WILLIAM NICHOLAS10, NICHOLAS JOHN9, 8
, 7, 6,
5, 4, 3,
2, 1) ROBIN.
WILLIAM FLESSAS ROBIN :
377.
i. LISA12 FLESSAS.
ii. TIFFANY FLESSAS.
iii. NICHOLAS FLESSAS.
367. JOHN MICHAEL11 FLESSAS (WILLIAM NICHOLAS10, NICHOLAS
JOHN9, 8 , 7,
6, 5, 4,
3, 2, 1)
12 2 1972.
JOHN MICHAEL FLESSAS :
i. NICHOLAS WILLIAM12 FLESSAS, 10 8 2000.
408

ii. LUKE FLESSAS, 01 10 2006.


368. CHRISTOPHER NICHOLAS11 FLESSAS (WILLIAM NICHOLAS10,
NICHOLAS JOHN9, 8 ,
7, 6, 5,
4, 3,
2, 1) 12 6 1975. AMANDA
HELEN. 29 9 1979.
CHRISTOPHER FLESSAS AMANDA HELEN :
i. MADISON GRACE12 FLESSAS, 02 9 2005.
369. NICHOLAS STEVEN11 FLESSAS (PETER NICHOLAS10, NICHOLAS
JOHN9, 8 , 7,
6, 5, 4,
3, 2, 1)
1957. NIKI.
NICHOLAS FLESSAS NIKI :
i. DIANA12 FLESSAS.
ii. ZACHARIAS FLESSAS.
370. LORETTA AMELIA SUSANNA11 FLESSAS (VASCILIOS
GEORGOS10, YIORGOS II CONSTANTINE9 VLACHOS, CONSTANTINO
YIORGOS8 FLESSAS, 7 ,
6, 5, 4,
3, 2, 1) 04 12 1972
in Indiana. TERRY TAYLOR.
LORETTA FLESSAS TERRY TAYLOR :
i. VASCILIOS12 TAYLOR.
ii. TERRY JUNIOR TAYLOR, 05 12 1998.
iii. DESTINY TAYLOR TAYLOR.
371. STRATE VASILIOS11 FLESSAS (VASCILIOS GEORGOS10, YIORGOS II
CONSTANTINE9 VLACHOS, CONSTANTINO YIORGOS8 FLESSAS,
7 , 6, 5,
4, 3,
2, 1) 03 11 1980 in Tacoma, Washington.
(1) AMBER STAR GODFREY 19 12 1998.
409

20 12 1977 in Longview, Washington. (2) REBBECA


NOCOLE LESTICO 17 8 2002. 01 9 1982.
STRATE FLESSAS AMBER GODFREY :
i. ALEXANDER STRATES12 FLESSAS, 06 7
2000, Fort Banning, Georgia.
STRATE FLESSAS REBBECA LESTICO :
ii. ELENA CAITLAN12 FLESSAS, 21 6 2004.
372. REBECCA AMELIA MARIA11 FLESSAS (VASCILIOS GEORGOS10,
YIORGOS II CONSTANTINE9 VLACHOS, CONSTANTINO YIORGOS8
FLESSAS, 7 , 6,
5, 4,
3, 2, 1) 21 12
1982 Olympia Washington. NICKOLAS STEVEN
PETERSON. 17 10 1979.
REBECCA FLESSAS NICKOLAS PETERSON :
i. ELAINE AMELIA12 HARGAND , 11 1 2000.
ii. EMILY ELIZABETH HARGAND, 11 1 2000.
iii. STEVEN NICKOLAS VASCILIOS PETERSON,
03 3 2005.
iv. AMELIA MARIA PETERSON, 09 1 2006.
v. SOPHIA MABLE ROSE PETERSON, 19 7
2007.
373. LEONIDAS VASILIOS11 FLESSAS (VASCILIOS GEORGOS10,
YIORGOS II CONSTANTINE9 VLACHOS, CONSTANTINO YIORGOS8
FLESSAS, 7 , 6,
5, 4,
3, 2, 1) 16 3
1985. SAMANTHA ANDERSON.
LEONIDAS FLESSAS SAMANTHA
ANDERSON:
On 2006 he divorced Samantha
LEONIDAS FLESSAS SAMANTHA ANDERSON :
i. CALLYSTA12 FLESSAS, 01 10 2005.

410

. 12
374. 12 ( 11 ,
10, 9, 8, 7,
6, 5, 4,
3, 2, 1)
29 11 1961 , .
27 8 1988 . 07 1 1955
, .
:
i. 13 , 07 1
1989.
ii. , 17 3
1990.
iii. , 10
12 1991.
iv. , 26 6
1996.
375. 12 ( 11
, 10, 9,
8, 7, 6,
5, 4, 3,
2, 1) 23 11 1976
, . .
:
i. 13 .
376. 12 ( 11,
10, 9,
8, 7, 6,
5, 4,
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, .

411

:
i. 13 ,
1967; 1993, , .
377. LISA12 FLESSAS (WILLIAM II WILLIAM11, WILLIAM NICHOLAS10,
NICHOLAS JOHN9, 8 ,
7, 6, 5,
4, 3, 2,
1) MICHAEL ROEGLIN.
LISA FLESSAS MICHAEL ROEGLIN :
i. ASHLEY13 ROEGLIN.
ii. BRIANNA ROEGLIN.
iii. KARA ROEGLIN.

412

Descendants of Bavaria Flessa


No. 1
1.

BAVARIA1 FLESSA

BAVARIA :
2.
i. NIKOLAUS2 FLESSAUS, 1536; d. 1599.
No. 2
2. NIKOLAUS2 FLESSAUS (BAVARIA1 FLESSA)1 1536,
1599. EVA KUNZ.
NIKOLAUS FLESSAUS:
Occupation: Monchbergensis () der Altere
Child of NIKOLAUS FLESSAUS and EVA KUNZ is:
3.
i. NIKOLAUS3 FLESSAUS II, 1566; d. 1634.
No. 3
3. NIKOLAUS3 FLESSAUS II (NIKOLAUS2, BAVARIA1 FLESSA)
1566, 1634. ANNA O. JUNGERE.
NIKOLAUS FLESSAUS and ANNA JUNGERE :
4.
i. (4) , 1620; d.
1680.
5.
ii. ALBERT FLESSA, 1634; d. 1692.
No. 4
4. 4 (NIKOLAUS3 FLESSAUS II,
NIKOLAUS2, BAVARIA1 FLESSA)2,3,4 1620, 1680.
S HANS GREINER5 1637 in Bischofsgrun, Kreis Bayreuth.
26 11 1619 in Bayern, Deutschland, 27 1 1685.
:
413

Burial: 1680, Bischofsgrun, Kreis Bayreuth


and HANS GREINER :
i. APPOLLONIA5 GREINER.
ii. MATTHAUS GREINER.
iii. HANS GREINER JR, 1638.
iv.
v.
vi.
vii.

CONRAD GREINER
ANNA MARIA GREINER, 1645.
PETER GREINER, 1650.
LEONHARD GREINER, 1650; 05 7
1682.
viii. LAURENTIUS (LORENZ) GREINER, 19 12 1657.
5. ALBERT4 FLESSA (NIKOLAUS3 FLESSAUS II, NIKOLAUS2, BAVARIA1
FLESSA) 1634, 1692. ROSINA.
1635.
Child of ALBERT FLESSA and ROSINA is:
6.
i. JOHANN ADAM5 FLESSA, 1668; d. 1735.
No. 5
6. JOHANN ADAM5 FLESSA (ALBERT4, NIKOLAUS3 FLESSAUS II,
NIKOLAUS2, BAVARIA1 FLESSA)6 1668, 1735.
ANNA BARNICKEL7. was born 7.
ANNA BARNICKEL:
Residence: 1885, Des Moines, Iowa7
Child of JOHANN FLESSA and ANNA BARNICKEL is:
7.
i.
NIKOLAUS6 FLESSA, 1702; d. 1775.

414

No. 6
7. NIKOLAUS6 FLESSA (JOHANN ADAM5, ALBERT4, NIKOLAUS3 FLESSAUS
II, NIKOLAUS2, BAVARIA1 FLESSA) was born 1702, 1775.
ANNA ROSINA ULTSCH.
Child of NIKOLAUS FLESSA and ANNA ULTSCH is:
8.
i. JOHANN NIKOLAUS7 FLESSA, 1734;
1779.
No. 7
8. JOHANN NIKOLAUS7 FLESSA (NIKOLAUS6, JOHANN ADAM5, ALBERT4,
NIKOLAUS3 FLESSAUS II, NIKOLAUS2, BAVARIA1 FLESSA) was born 1734,
1779. MARGARETHA WEIDENMULLER.
1748.
Child of JOHANN FLESSA and MARGARETHA WEIDENMULLER is:
9.
i. JOHANN FRIEDRICH8 FLESSA, 1775; d. 1838.
No. 8
9. JOHANN FRIEDRICH8 FLESSA (JOHANN NIKOLAUS7, NIKOLAUS6,
JOHANN ADAM5, ALBERT4, NIKOLAUS3 FLESSAUS II, NIKOLAUS2,
BAVARIA1 FLESSA) was born 1775, 1838.
MARIA BARBARA GEIBER. 1777, 1842.
Child of JOHANN FLESSA and MARIA GEIBER is:
10.
i. JOHANN HEINRICH9 FLESSA, b. 03 5 1813; d. 1845.
No. 9
10. JOHANN HEINRICH9 FLESSA (JOHANN FRIEDRICH8, JOHANN
NIKOLAUS7, NIKOLAUS6, JOHANN ADAM5, ALBERT4, NIKOLAUS3
FLESSAUS II, NIKOLAUS2, BAVARIA1 FLESSA) was born 03 5 1813,
1845. EVA SCHLOTT. 1809,
1892.
Child of JOHANN FLESSA and EVA SCHLOTT is:
11.
i. CHRISTOPH JOHANN10 FLESSA, 1844; d. 1902.
415

No. 10
11. CHRISTOPH JOHANN10 FLESSA (JOHANN HEINRICH9, JOHANN
FRIEDRICH8, JOHANN NIKOLAUS7, NIKOLAUS6, JOHANN ADAM5,
ALBERT4, NIKOLAUS3 FLESSAUS II, NIKOLAUS2, BAVARIA1 FLESSA)
1844, 1902. MARGARETH
SCHOTT. 1845, 1897.
CHRISTOPH JOHANN FLESSA:
Occupation: Captain in he German Army
Child of CHRISTOPH FLESSA and MARGARETH SCHOTT is:
12.
i. HEINICH11 FLESSA, 1891; d. 1973.
No. 11
12. HEINICH11 FLESSA (CHRISTOPH JOHANN10, JOHANN HEINRICH9,
JOHANN FRIEDRICH8, JOHANN NIKOLAUS7, NIKOLAUS6, JOHANN ADAM5,
ALBERT4, NIKOLAUS3 FLESSAUS II, NIKOLAUS2, BAVARIA1 FLESSA) was
born 1891, 1973. HELEN WOLFRUM.
1893, 1976.
Child of HEINICH FLESSA and HELEN WOLFRUM is:
13.
i. DR. RICHARD12 FLESSA, 1924.
No. 12
13. DR. RICHARD12 FLESSA (HEINICH11, CHRISTOPH JOHANN10,
JOHANN HEINRICH9, JOHANN FRIEDRICH8, JOHANN NIKOLAUS7,
NIKOLAUS6, JOHANN ADAM5, ALBERT4, NIKOLAUS3 FLESSAUS II,
NIKOLAUS2, BAVARIA1 FLESSA) was born 1924. HEDWIG
WELZHOFER. 1927.
RICHARD FLESSA and HEDWIG WELZHOFER :
i. ILSE13 FLESSA, 1959.
ii. HEINER FLESSA, 1961.

Endnotes. .
416

1. Hisoiry of the German Flessa family, By Richard Flessa.


2. Miriam D. Grafer, 5 Dickerson Drive, Shorham, NY 11786, USA.
3. Schwabe GReiner, "Der Schwabe Hans Greiner 1465-1532
Familiengechichte der Thringer-Greiner als genealogiche
Stammfolge ber XI/XII Generationen." by Gerhard Greiner. .
4. Glas War Ihr Leben, Glas War Ihr Leben - Glas War Ihr Schicksal
Familiengeschichte und Lebenswerk bedeutender
Glasmachergeschlechter in Thringen" also by Gerhard Greiner.
5. Ancestry.com, GRAFER FAMILY Entries: 5614 Updated: Fri May 3
21:11:03 2002 Contact: Miriam Grafer <dailydecisions@yahoo.com.
6. Biographisch-Biographisches Kirchenlwxikon.
7. Ancestry.com, Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925, Provo, UT,
USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007, Online publication Ancestry.com. Iowa State Census Collection, 1836-1925 [database online]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2007.Original
data - Microfilm of Iowa State Censuses, 1856, 1885, 1895, 1905,
1915, 1925 as well various special censuses from 1836-1897 obtained
from the State Historical Society of Iowa via Heritage Quest.

417


No. 1
1.

:
2.
i. 2 .
No. 2
2. 2 (1)
:
3.
i. 3 , 1948.
4.
ii. , 1949.
iii. , 1951;
;
.
5.
iv. , 1953.
No. 3
3. 3 ( 2 ,
1) 1948. .
.

:
i. 4 .
ii. .
4. 3 ( 2, 1)
1949.
:
i. 4 .
ii. .
iii. .
5. 3 ( 2, 1)
1953.
418

:
i. 4 .
ii. .
iii. .

419


No. 1
1. .
:
2.
i. ()2 .
3.
ii. ,
.
No. 2
2. ()2 (1)
() :
4.
i. 3 , ;
.
5.
ii. , 1877,
, , .
6.
iii. , .
7.
iv. , .
8.
v. .
3. 2 (1) .
.
and :
9.
i. 3 .
ii. .

No. 3
4. 3 ( ()2, 1)
, .
:
420

10.

i.

4 , 1903,
; d. 22 2 1994, .

5. 3 ( ()2, 1)1
1877 in , , .
:
Name 2:
29 9 1912, (USA)2
:
11.
i. 4 .
12.
ii. , 20 3 1888,
, , ; 15 9 1970,
, .
6. 3 ( ()2, 1)
.
:
i. 4 ,
; .
ii. .
13.
iii. , 1896, ;
18 4 1941,
.
7. 3 ( ()2,
1) .
:
i. 4 .
14.
ii. .
15.
iii. ,
1912, ; 1986, .
8. 3 ( ()2, 1)
.
421

and :
16.
i. 4 , 03 2
2010, .
17.
ii. .
iii. .
iv. .
v. .
9. 3 ( 2, 1)
.
and :
18.
i. 4 , 08 8 1988,
.
ii. , 1931.
iii. , 1986.
iv. , 1990.
No. 4
10. 4 ( 3,
()2, 1) 1903 in ,
22 2 1994 in . .
, 1988 in .
and :
i. 5 ,
; .
19.
ii. , 1935,
.
11. 4 ( 3,
()2, 1)
:
20.
i. 5 .
ii. .
iii. .
iv. .
422

21.

v.
vi.
vii.
viii.

.
.
.
, 1932;
27 4 2002.

12. 4 ( 3,
()2, 1) 20 3 1888 in , ,
, 15 9 1970 , .
. 14 5 1890
, , 20 10 1944 , .
and :
22.
i. 5 , 11 10
1917, ; 18 2 1979, .
23.
ii. , 19 9 1919,
; 25 11 1994, , .
24.
iii. , 13 9 1921,
; 07 1 1973, , .
25.
iv. , 14 4 1923,
; 16 11 1968, .
26.
v. , 18 11
1930, , ; 2006.
27.
vi. , 19 5 1932,
.
13. 4 ( 3,
()2, 1) 1896 in , 18 4 1941 in
.
. 1897, 1970.
and :
i. 5 , ,
; .
28.
ii. , 1931,
, ; 17 3 2002, .
29.
iii. , 1935,
, .

423

14. 4 ( 3,
()2, 1)
:
i. 5 .

:
:
15. 4 (
3, ()2, 1) 1912
, 1986 .
:
Name 2:
Date born 2:
Died 2:
1: .
2:
:
i. 5 ,
1956;
.
:
Name 2:
:
:
: .
30.

ii.

16. 4 (3,
()2, 1) died 03 2 2010 in .
:
i. 5 .
424

ii.
iii.

,
.
,
. .

17. 4 (3,
()2, 1)
:
i. 5 ,
.
18. 4 ( 3,
2, 1) died 08 8 1988 in .
.
:
Burial: 09 8 1988,
and :
i. 5 .
ii. .
No. 5
19. 5 ( 4,
3, ()2, 1) 1935
in . . 1937 in
.
:
31.
i. 6 , 1955.
20. 5 ( 4, 3,
()2, 1)
:
i. 6 .
425

ii.
iii.
iv.

.
.
.

21. 5 ( 4,
3, ()2, 1) 1932,
27 4 2002. . She
.
and
32.
i. 6 ,
, .
ii. .
33.
iii. , 1957.
22. 5 ( 4,
3, ()2, 1) 11 10 1917
, 18 2 1979 .
. 05 7 1915 , 17 6
1985 .
and :
34.
i. 6 , 10 9
1940, .
35.
ii. , 18 5 1943,
.
36.
iii.
, 07 5 1946,
.
37.
iv. , 19 5 1949,
.
23. 5 ( 4,
3, ()2, 1) 19 9 1919
, 25 11 1994 in , .
. 17 9 1919 ,
26 6 1998 in , .
and :
426

38.

i.

39.

ii.
iii.

6 , 25 8 1949,
, .
, 13 5 1952,
, .
, 04 6 1960,
, ;
; 09 9 1960, .

24. 5 ( 4,
3, ()2, 1) 13 9 1921
, 07 1 1973 in , .
. 19 5 1925 in , .
and :
40.
i. 6 , 16 8 1949,
, .
25. 5 ( 4 ,
3, ()2, 1) 14 4
1923 , 16 11 1968 in .
. 06 5 1920 ,
19493.
and :
41.
i.
6 ,
15 5 1947.
26. 5 ( 4,
3, ()2, 1) 18 11
1930 , , 2006.
. 17 2 1926 in , .
and :
42.
i. 6 , 11 10 1952.
43.
ii. , 21 4
1956, , .
27. 5 ( 4 ,
3, ()2, 1) 19 5
427

1932 . .
01 6 1931 in , .
and :
44.
i. 6 , 15
11 1959, , .
45.
ii. , 25 8
1963, , .
28. 5 ( 4,
3, ()2, 1) 1931 in
, , 17 3 2002 in .
. 1934 in .
:
Burial:
Cause of Death:
Medical Information:
: 1950, /
and :
i. 6 4, 24 3 1962.
:
: 1996, Civitas ..
ii.

, 31 8 1963.

29. 5 ( 4,
3, ()2, 1) 1935 in
, . .
:
:
and :
i. 6 , 1971.
ii. , 1972.

428

30. 5 ( 4
, 3, ()2, 1)
.
:
i. 6 .
No. 6
31. 6 ( 5,
4, 3, ()2,
1) 1955. .
.
:
: ..
and :
i. 7 .
ii. .
32. 6 ( 5,
4, 3, ()2, 1)
, .
:
46.
i. NICKOS GEORGE7 , Perth Western,
Australia.
33. 6 ( 5,
4, 3, ()2, 1)
1957. .
:
:
and :
i. 7 , 1992.
429

ii.

, 1989.

34. 6 ( 5,
4, 3, ()2, 1)
10 9 1940 . .
13 8 1954 in , .
and :
i. 7 , 12 6
1975, .
ii. , 30 9 1977,
.
35. 6 ( 5,
4, 3, ()2, 1)
18 5 1943 .
. 01 8 1955 in , .
and :
i. 7 , 11 8 1974,
.
ii. , 03 5 1976,
.
36. 6 ( 5 ,
4, 3, ()2, 1)
07 5 1946 .
. 24 12 1934 .
and :
i. 7 , 29 1 1964,
.
ii. , 23 8
1965, .
iii. , 19 2 1968,
.

430

37. 6 ( 5 ,
4, 3, ()2, 1)
19 5 1949 .
. 29 7 1942 in , .
:
i. 7 , 26 4
1972, , .
38. 6 ( 5 ,
4, 3, ()2, 1)
25 8 1949 in , .
. 20 4 1936 in , .
and :
i. 7 , 06 12 1967,
, .
39. 6 ( 5 ,
4, 3, ()2, 1)
13 5 1952 in , .
. 01 1 1944 in , .
and :
i. 7 , 18
5 1975, .
40. 6 ( 5,
4, 3, ()2, 1)
16 8 1949 in , .
. 23 9 1952 in , .
and :
i. 7 , 22 4 1974,
, .
ii. , 07 5 1976,
, .
iii. , 11
4 1983, , .
431

41. 6 ( 5
, 4 , 3,
()2, 1) 15 5 1947.
. 30 6 1950 in .
and
:
i. 7 ,
09 2 1974, .
ii. ,
12 4 1974, .
42. 6 ( 5 ,
4, 3, ()2, 1)
11 10 1952. .
18 3 1946.
and :
i. 7 , 23 4
1971, .
ii. , 07 8
1973, .
iii. , 07 5 1980,
.
43. 6 ( 5,
4, 3, ()2, 1)
21 4 1956 in , .
. 02 5 1963 in , .
and :
i. 7 , 10 10
1987, .
ii. , 24 10
1989, .

432

44. 6 ( 5
, 4 , 3,
()2, 1) 15 11 1959 in , .
. 17 9
1961 in , .
and :
i. 7 , 26
12 1989, .
ii. , 15 12
1991, .
45. 6 ( 5
, 4 , 3,
()2, 1) 25 8 1963 in , .
. 12 12
1959 in , .
:
i. 7 , 21
11 1985, .
ii. , 06
11 1990, .
No. 7
46. NICKOS GEORGE7 ( 6,
5, 4, 3, ()2,
1) in Perth Western, Australia.
SHANIS.
NICKOS and SHANIS is:
i. GEORGE NICKOS8 , 2001, Ellenbrook,
Australia.
.
1.
2.
3.
4.

145/1888, . 5783//221/1.
Ellis Island Passanger List.
.
, 24, 7 2003
.

433


No. 1
1.

:
2.
i. 2 .
3.
ii. , .
4.
iii. PANAGIOTIS DIMITRIUS FLESSAS, 18 4
1888, , Arkadias; 9 1964,
Florida.
iv. GEORGE FLESORAS, 1871, Pigadakia,
Arkadias.
5.
v. FLESSORAS.
No. 2
2. 2 (1)
:
6.

i.

3 .

3. 2 (1)1 .
:
i. 3 .
7.
ii. .
iii. .
iv. .
8.
v. , 1880,
(); .
9.
vi. MR. , 1888,
, ; 1968.
4. PANAGIOTIS DIMITRIUS2 FLESSAS (1) 18 4
1888 in Pigadakia, Arkadias2, 9 1964 in Florida2.
(1) CHRISTINE NELSON. (2) .
434

PANAGIOTIS DIMITRIUS FLESSAS:


Immigration: 27 3 1914, USA
PANAGIOTIS FLESSAS and CHRISTINE NELSON :
10.
i. THEODORA PANAGIOTIS3 FLESSAS, 13 8
1914.
11

ii. JAMES PANAGIOTIS FLESSAS


18 5 1917; 12 1985, Dade City,
Florida, 33525.
iii.

KANALA CORYELL KANELA PANAGIOTIS FLESSAS3,


03 8 1919, Oklahoma; 20 4
1992, Riverside,California.

KANALA CORYELL KANELA PANAGIOTIS


FLESSAS:
Name 2: Kanala Panagiotis Flessas
Social Security Number: 263019064
5. 2 (1)

12.
i.
ii.
13.
iii.

:
PETROS3 FLESSORAS.
GEORGE FLESORAS.
PANAGIOTIS FLESSORAS.

No. 3
6. 3 (2, 1)
:
14.
i. 4 , 1904,
; 1975, .
7. 3 (2, 1)

435

:
15.
i. 4 , 1933, ;
01 11 2008, .
16.
ii. , .
8. 3 (2, 1)
1880 , (), .
? .
:
Immigration: 1914, ...
? :
17.
i. 4 , 1923.
9. MR. 3 (2, 1)
1888 , , 1968.
. 30 5 1981.
MR. :
Immigration: 23 9 1911, ...
:
:
18.
i. 4 , 1928,
, .
19.
ii. , 1922, ,
.
iii. , 1933,
, ; 2002;
.
20.
iv. , 13 12
1934, , ; 28 12 1996, .
10. THEODORA PANAGIOTIS3 FLESSAS (PANAGIOTIS DIMITRIUS2,
1) 13 8 1914. ? FISHER.
THEODORA PANAGIOTIS FLESSAS:
436

Occupation: 2002, She is stil using the computer at 87


THEODORA FLESSAS and ? FISHER :
i. THOMAS EDWARD4 FISHER, 15 11 1936.
ii. ROXANNE ELAINE FISHER, 19 1 1939.
iii. DONNA LYNNE FISHER, 24 10 1945;
JAMES DELANNE; 30 10 1943.
11. JAMES PANAGIOTIS3 FLESSAS. (PANAGIOTIS DIMITRIUS2,
1) 18 5 19174,5,6,7, 12 1985 in Dade
City, Florida, 335258. DORIS TRUMAN SEWELL.
21 5 1921 in June 6, 2005.
JAMES PANAGIOTIS FLESSAS:
Name 2: James P Cdr Flessas9
Name 3: James Peter Flessas10
Date born 2: 1917, Florida11
Date born 3: 1917, Oklahoma11
Died 2: 18 12 1985, Pasco, Florida, United States12
Occupation: Commander
Residence 1: 1945, Dade, Florida13
Residence 2: Dade City, Florida14
Residence 3: 1920, Muskogee Ward 2, Muskogee, Oklahoma15
Residence 4: 1935, Broward, Florida16
Residence 5: 1996, Dade City, Florida17
Residence 6: 1997, Dade City, Florida17
Social Security Number 1: 1951, 264-09-3537
Social Security Number 2: 264-09-353718
SSN issued: Florida18
JAMES FLESSAS and DORIS SEWELL :
21.
i. THEODORE JAMES4 FLESSAS.
22.
ii. KEN HYDRICK FLESSAS, Adopted child.
12. PETROS3 FLESSORAS (FLESSORAS2, 1)

437

Child of PETROS FLESSORAS is:


i.
ANDONIA PETROS4 FLESSORAS, 1861,
Pigadakia, Gortynias
13. PANAGIOTIS3 FLESSORAS (FLESSORAS2, 1)
Child of PANAGIOTIS FLESSORAS is:
i. ELIAS PANAGIOTIS4 FLESSORAS, 1861,
Tripolis.
No. 4
14. 4 ( 3, 2,
1) 1904 , 1975
.
:
23.
i. 5 .
ii. .
iii. .
iv. , 1963,
.
v. ,
.
vi. .
24.
vii. , 1933,
.
15. 4 ( 3, 2,
1) 1933 , 01 11 2008
.
:
i. 5 ,
.
ii. .
iii. .

438

16. 4 ( 3, 2,
1) .
:
i. 5 .
ii. .
iii. .
iv. .
17. 4 ( 3,
2, 1) 1923.
.
:
Name 2:
and :
i. 5 , 1951.
25.
ii. , 14 4
1952, .
iii. , 1954.
18. 4 ( 3,
2, 1) 1928 , .
. in
, .
:
:
and :
i. 5 .
:
:
ii.

.
:
:
439

iii.

.
:
:

19. 4 ( 3 ,
2, 1) 1922 , .
. 1994.
and :
i. 5 .
ii. .
iii. .
iv. .
v. .
20. 4 ( 3,
2, 1) 13 12 1934 , ,
28 12 1996 .
. 1940 .
:
:
:
:
26.
i. 5 , 1961,
.
21. THEODORE JAMES4 FLESSAS (JAMES PANAGIOTIS3, PANAGIOTIS
DIMITRIUS2, 1)
Child of THEODORE JAMES FLESSAS is:
i.

THOMAS THEODORE5 FLESSAS.

440

22. KEN HYDRICK4 FLESSAS (JAMES PANAGIOTIS3, PANAGIOTIS


DIMITRIUS2, 1) ANN DIXON. 27
1 1939.
KEN HYDRICK FLESSAS:
Name 2: Kendrall James Flessas
Temple: RLDS Church
KEN FLESSAS and ANN DIXON :
i. VICTOR KENDRALL5 FLESSAS, 24 11 1959.
27.
ii. JAMES DEAN FLESSAS 21 5 1962.
iii. ANTHONY DEAN FLESSAS, 15 6 1966.
iv. MICHELLE FLESSAS.
No. 5
23. 5 ( 4,
3, 2, 1)
:
i. 6 .
ii. .
24. 5 ( 4,
3, 2, 1) 1933 .
:
28.
i. 6 , 1965,
.

441

25. 5 ( 4,
3, 2, 1)19 14 4
1952 . .
:
Immigration: 1977, ...
: /
Marriage Notes for
:

.

:
i. 6 .
:
:
ii.

.
:
:

iii.

, 23 2
1979.
:
:

26. 5 ( 4,
3, 2, 1) 1961
. (1) . (2)
. .
:
:
and :
442

i.
ii.

6 , 1985.
, 1987.

:
iii. 6 , 2004.
27. JAMES DEAN5 FLESSAS.
(KEN HYDRICK4, JAMES PANAGIOTIS3, PANAGIOTIS DIMITRIUS2,
1) 21 5 1962. MICHELLE
YEAGER. 16 5 1963.
JAMES FLESSAS and MICHELLE YEAGER :
i. KENTRALL JAMES6 FLESSAS, 19 10 1995.
ii. CHRISTOPHER JORDAN FLESSAS, 17 11 1999.
No. 6
28. 6 ( 5,
4, 3, 2, 1)
1965 . .
:
i. 7 , 1999.
ii. , 2000.
Endnotes. .
1. , 12 2004.
2. Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 6, Social Security Death Index:
U.S., Date of Import: 25 2000, Internal Ref. #1.111.6.80680.86.
3. California Deaths, Search results 1940-97 01/9/2001.
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U.S., Date of Import: 25 2000, Internal Ref. #1.111.6.80680.77
5. MyFamily.com, Inc. 2005, Family Archive #110, Vol. A-K, Ed. 10, Social
Security Death Index: U.S., "CD-ROM," Internal Ref. #1.111.10.508784.35,
Date of Import: 7 2006.
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Network, Inc., 2009, Online publication - Ancestry.com. Social Security
Death Index [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network,
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Inc., 2009.Original data - Social Security Administration. Social Security


Death Index, Master File. Social Security Administration.
7. Ancestry.com, Florida Death Index, 1877-1998, Provo, UT, USA: The
Generations Network, Inc., 2004, Online publication - Ancestry.com. Florida
Death Index, 1877-1998 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations
Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - State of Florida. Florida Death Index,
1877-1998. Florida: Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Records,
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No. 1
1.

:
2.
i. 2 .
3.
ii. .
iii. .
iv. .
4.
v. , d. 20 5 2008, .
5.
vi. PANAGIOTIS DENIS FLESSAS, d. 2009, Porto Alergo,
Brazil.
No. 2
2. 2 (1)
:
6.
i. 3 .
ii. .
iii. .
3. 2 (1)
:
7.
i. 3 , ,
.
4. 2 (1) 20 5 2008 .
:
i. 3 .
:
:
447

5. PANAGIOTIS DENIS2 FLESSAS (1) died 2009 in Porto Alergo,


Brazil. ATHANASIA.
PANAGIOTIS FLESSAS and ATHANASIA :
i. HELENA3 FLESSAS.
ii. ANGELINA FLESSAS.
iii. BARBARA FLESSAS.
iv. ADRIANE FLESSAS.
No. 3
6. 3 (2, 1)
. .
:
i. 4 .
:
:
7. 3 (2, 1)
, .
:
i. 4 , 25 4 1966.
ii. .
iii. .

448

No. 1
1.

:
2.
i. 2 ,
, .
3.
ii. GEORGE FLESSAS, Elepsious, Monastiraki,
Tropaia.
iii. .
4.
iv. .
5.
v. ,
, .
No. 2
2. 2 (1 )1
, .
:
6.
i. VASILIOS NIKITAS3 FLESSAS, Monastiraki,
Greece.
7.
ii. , d. 1923.
iii. .
iv. .
v. .
vi. .

3. GEORGE2 FLESSAS (1 ) was born in Elepsious,


Monastiraki, Tropaia. PEGGY POLOTES.
Greece.
GEORGE FLESSAS and PEGGY POLOTES :
449

i.
ii.

CHARALAMPOS GEORGE3 FLESSAS2, 1887,


Elepsious, Monastiraki, Tropaia; d. 1957.
JOHN GEORGE FLESSAS, 10 1 1889, Elepsious,
Monastiraki, Tropaia; d. 5 19663.
JOHN GEORGE FLESSAS:
Name 2: John Flessas4
Date born 2: 10 1 18895

8.

iii.

9.

iv.

CONSTANTINE GEORGE FLESSAS, 15 8 1892,


Elepsious, Monastiraki, Tropaia; d. 01 8 1937, Boston, Mass.
ODYSSEOS GEORGE FLESSAS, 1894, Elepsious,
Monastiraki, Tropaia; d. 1937.

4. 2 (1 )
.
:
10.
i. 3 ,
, .
5. 2 (1 )
, .
. , .
:
11.
i. 3 , 1883,
, ; d. 1970.
12.
ii. (JAMES) CHRISTOPHER FLESSAS.
iii. , d. 1974.
iv. , d. 1975.
v. , d. 1978.
vi. , d. 1930.

No. 3
450

6. VASILIOS NIKITAS3 FLESSAS ( 2 ,


1 ) Monastiraki, Greece.
VASILIOS NIKITAS FLESSAS :

13.

i. GEORGIA VASILIOS4 FLESSAS.


ii. NIKOLETTA VASILIOS FLESSAS,
PARASKEVAS.
iii. THEODORE VASILIOS FLESSAS, 26 12 1893,
Elepsius, Monastiraki, Greece; circa 1982.

7. 3 ( 2, 1
) died 1923. .
1879, 1916 in , .
:
i. 4 .
ii. , 1894,
, ; 01 4 1949, Winthrop,
Mass. USA.
:
Name 2: Christos Flessas
Date born 2: 1894, Elepsious, Monastiraki, Tropaia
14.

iii.

, 1899,
, ; 08 11 1981,
, .
iv. , 1903,
, .
v. , 1909,
, .
vi. , 1915,
, ; 24 9 2001, ;
, 10
12 1946, ; 1922,
.
:
451

25 9 2001,
. #7092
:
8. CONSTANTINE GEORGE3 FLESSAS (GEORGE2, 1
) was born 15 8 1892 in Elepsious, Monastiraki, Tropaia,
01 8 1937 in Boston, Mass. ANNIE MURPHY6.
CONSTANTINE GEORGE FLESSAS:
Name 2: Charles Flessas6
Burial: St. Joseph's Cemetery, West Roxbury, Mass
Immigration: 21 12 1914, To USA from Patras onboard Themistocles
Occupation: 21 12 1914, Peddler
: Cook
CONSTANTINE FLESSAS and ANNIE MURPHY :
i. CHRISTINE CHARLES4 FLESSAS, 1912;
1914.
15.
ii. MARIE HELEN FLESSAS, 10 1919,
Brookline, MA; 26 9 1953, Free Hospital for
Women, Brookline.
9. ODYSSEOS GEORGE3 FLESSAS (GEORGE2, 1 )7
was born 1894 in Elepsious, Monastiraki, Tropaia, 1937.
ODYSSEOS GEORGE FLESSAS :
i. NANCY ODYSSEOS4 FLESSAS.
ii. GEORGE ODYSSEOS FLESSAS, 1922.
GEORGE ODYSSEOS FLESSAS:
Occupation: Dr. in medicine
16.

iii.
iv.

JOHN ODYSSEOS FLESSAS, 1924.


WILLIAM ODYSSEOS FLESSAS, 1937.

10. 3 (2, 1
) , .
:
452

17.

i.
ii.
iii.

4 , 1902,
, ; 1993.
, 1912,
.
, 1903,
,
.

11. 3 ( 2, 1
) was born 1883 in , , 1970.
:
i. 4 -,
14 11 1927, , .
18.
ii. -,
14 11 1927, , .
iii. -,
1932, , .
iv. -,
1936, , .
v. -,
1940, , .
12. (JAMES) CHRISTOPHER3 FLESSAS. (
2 , 1 )
(JAMES) CHRISTOPHER FLESSAS is:
i.
CHRIS4 FLESSAS.
No. 4

13. THEODORE VASILIOS4 FLESSAS (VASILIOS NIKITAS3,


2 , 1 ) 26 12 1893 in
Elepsius, Monastiraki, Greece, . 1982.
BERTHA JOMIDIS. 10 1 1894, 02 1 1987 in Boston,
Suffolk, MA.
BERTHA JOMIDIS:
Name 2: Bertha Flessas8
Date born 2: 01 10 18949
453

Died 2: 2 19879
THEODORE FLESSAS and BERTHA JOMIDIS :
19.
i. WILLIAM THEODORE5 FLESSAS, 26 11 1928;
05 7 1997, 02131 Jamaica Plain,
Suffolk, MA.
ii. PARTHENA FLESSAS.
14. 4 ( 3,
2, 1 ) 1899 in ,
, 08 11 1981 in , .
. 1895
, , 1972.
:
20.
i. 5 , 1920,
, .
ii. , 1925;
.
iii. , 1926.
21.
iv. , 1929.
v. , 1934.
vi. , 1936;
1937.
15. MARIE HELEN4 FLESSAS (CONSTANTINE GEORGE3, GEORGE2,
1 )10 10 1919 in Brookline, MA11,
26 9 1953 in Free Hospital for Women, Brookline11.
GEORGE EDWARD DAY11 03 9 1939 in Boston, MA12,13,
28 11 1915 in Boston MA13 24 2 1990 in Boston MA14,15.
MARIE HELEN FLESSAS:
Cause of Death: Carcinoma of breast, cardiac decomposition15
GEORGE EDWARD DAY:
Date born 2: 28 11 1915
Fact 7: Social Security #: 023-03-047216,17
MARIE FLESSAS and GEORGE DAY :
454

22.

i.

NANCY5 DAY.

23.

ii.

GEORGE ERIC DAY.

16. JOHN ODYSSEOS4 FLESSAS (ODYSSEOS GEORGE3, GEORGE2, 1


) 1924.
JOHN ODYSSEOS FLESSAS :
i. JOHN JR JOHN5 FLESSAS.
ii. MAURA JOHN FLESSAS.
17. 4 ( 3,
2, 1 ) 1902
, , 1993.
. 1900 ,
, 1979 , .
and :
i. 5 .
24.
ii. , ,
.
iii. , 1927;
21 10 1947, .
25.
iv. , 1940,
, .
18. 4 - (
3 , 2, 1 )
14 11 1927 , .
. , ,
18 1 1992 , .
- and
:
i. 5 -,
06 10 1949, , .
ii. -,
1959, , .
455

-,
7 1956, , .
iv. -,
01 10 1953, , .
v. -,
1962, , .
iii.

No. 5
19. WILLIAM THEODORE5 FLESSAS (THEODORE VASILIOS4, VASILIOS
NIKITAS3, 2 , 1 )
26 11 192818, 05 7 1997 in 02131 Jamaica Plain, Suffolk,
MA. (1) TAFTA THEODORE KONTE. She in
Alexandria, Egypt, 07 2 1997 in 1 Wyvern St, Worcester, MA.
WILLIAM THEODORE FLESSAS:
Name 2: William Flessas19
Died : 05 7 199720
Social Security Number: 012-22-5532
TAFTA THEODORE KONTE:
Burial: 08 2 1997, Mount Benedict Cemetary, West Roxbury, Ma
WILLIAM FLESSAS and TAFTA KONTE is:
i. PETER A.6 STEFAN FLESSAS.
WILLIAM THEODORE FLESSAS :
ii. THEODORE WILLIAM6 FLESSAS.
iii. BASTIMA WILLIAM FLESSAS.
20. 5 ( 4,
3, 2, 1 ) 1920
, . .
and :
i. 6 .
ii. , 1955.
iii. , 1956.

456

21. 5 ( 4,
3, 2, 1 ) 1929.
.
:
:
:
26.
i. 6 , 1957.
22. NANCY5 DAY (MARIE HELEN4 FLESSAS, CONSTANTINE GEORGE3, GEORGE2,
1 )21. PAUL SHEA21.
NANCY DAY and PAUL SHEA :
i. ANN MARIE6 SHEA21.
ii. NICHOLAS SHEA21.
23. GEORGE ERIC5 DAY (MARIE HELEN4 FLESSAS, CONSTANTINE GEORGE3,
GEORGE2, 1 )21. FABIANA FORTE21.
Child of GEORGE DAY and FABIANA FORTE is:
i. MICHAEL6 DAY21.
24. 5 ( 4 ,
3, 2, 1 )
, . .
, , 1994.
:
i. 6 .
:
:
25. 5 ( 4,
3, 2, 1 )
1940 , .
. 1947.
457

and :
i. 6 , 1968.
ii. , 1971.
iii. , 1976.
No. 6
26. 6 ( 5, 4,
3, 2, 1 )
1957. .
and :
i. 7 , 1987.
ii. , 1988.

.
1.
2. 2 (1 )

3.
i.
4.
ii.
iii.

:
3 .
.
.

No. 3
3. 3 ( 2,
1 )
:
5.
i. 4 , ;
1919, , .

458

4. 3 ( 2,
1 )
:
6.
i. 4 .
No. 4
5. 4 ( 3,
2, 1 ) ,
1919 , .
:
i. 5 , ;
1994, , ;
; , .
7.
ii. , 1911, ;
01 4 1987, , .
8.
iii. , 1911,
.
6. 4 ( 3,
2, 1 )
:
9.
i. 5 , 1949,
, ; 12 12 2007,
, .
ii. .
iii. .
No. 5

7. 5 ( 4,
3, 2, 1 )
1911 , 01 4 1987 ,
. .
1917, 01 4 1997 , .
and :
459

10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

i.

6 , 1944,
, .
ii. , 1946,
, .
iii. , 1948, ,
.
iv. , 1949,
, .
v. , 1952,
, .
vi. , 1954,
, .

8. 5 ( 4,
3, 2, 1 )
1911 .
:
i. 6 .
9. 5 ( 4,
3, 2, 1 )
1949 in , , and died 12 12 2007 in
, . .
.
and :
i. 6 , 16 7
1973, , .
ii. , 1975,
, .

No. 6
10. 6 ( 5, 4,
3, 2, 1
) 1944 , .
.
460

and :
i. 7 .
ii. .
11. 6 ( 5, 4,
3, 2, 1
) 1946 , .
.
:
i. 7 , ,
.
ii. , ,
.
12. 6 ( 5 ,
4, 3, 2,
1 ) 1948 , .
.

:
i. 7 .
ii. .
13. 6 ( 5 ,
4, 3, 2,
1 ) 1949 , .
. , .
and :
i. 7 .
ii. .
14. 6 ( 5 ,
4, 3, 2,
461

1 ) 1952 , .
. .
and :
i. 7 , 1980.
ii. , 1980.
15. 6 ( 5, 4,
3, 2, 1
) 1954 , .
:
i. 7 .
ii. .

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May 21 1896 Manhattan 8452 K460 .
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468

469


Amanda Helen, 482
Anderson Aspenleiter Rober, 464
Aspenleiter, 464
Aspenleiter Susan, 464
Athanasia, 521
Barnickel, Anna, 487
Betinger Nancy, 425
Bodamer , Harriet, 401
Brosman, Aura, 452
Christina, 375, 396
Cole , Charlotte Clementine, 463
Day George Edward, 527
Day George Eric, 528
Day Nancy, 530
DELANNE Delanne, James, 329, 462, 463,
480, 481, 510, 513, 514, 516
Desy Sandrine, 451
Desy , Joel, 451
Dixon, Ann, 514
Drilias, 462
Drilias Thomas, 462
Drilias William, 462
Elieff Mary, 395
Eller, Fred K, 464
Esdon Mark, 474, 475
Esdon Mathew Efthimios, 475
Esdon Michael Gordon, 475
Finocche , Emmett, 452
Fisher,, 509, 510
Fisher, Donna Lynne, 510
Fleck Kenneth, 470
Flesoras, George, 507, 508
Flessa
Flessa, 100
Flessa, Albert, 486, 487
Flessa, Bavaria, 486
Flessa, Christoph Johann, 489
Flessa, Heiner, 489
Flessa, Heinich, 489
Flessa, Nikolaus, 486, 488
Flessas Aaron, 462
Flessas Andrew David, 464
Flessas Andrew John, 396
Flessas Betty Nicholas, 426
Flessas Christopher Nicholas, 463
Flessas Constantino Yiorgos, 375, 396
Flessas Daniel James, 463
Flessas Daniel Nicholas, 425

Flessas Daria, 432


Flessas David John, 463
Flessas Debora, 470
Flessas Demetrios Georges, 326, 327
Flessas Demos John, 432
Flessas Don Stanley, 395
Flessas Elizabeth John, 463
Flessas Elmegreo Vascilios, 465
Flessas Franziska Amelia, 465
Flessas George Brian, 464
Flessas George II, 396
Flessas George John, 396
Flessas Georgos Vacsilios, 465
Flessas Gregorious Vasilios, 465
Flessas Harriet Yiorgos, 375, 397
Flessas Helen Nicholas, 426
Flessas Jaina, 462
Flessas James, 462, 463, 510, 516
Flessas Jaunita Amelia, 465
Flessas John Anthony, 464
Flessas John Michael, 463, 481
Flessas John Nicholas, 396, 426, 463
Flessas Katrina Amelia, 465
Flessas Leonidas Vasilios, 465
Flessas Luke, 482
Flessas Mark William, 481
Flessas Micheal Christian, 463, 481
Flessas Nicholas, 426, 462, 481, 482
Flessas Nicholas John, 396
Flessas Nicki, 426
Flessas Paulina Yiorgos, 375
Flessas Peter Alan, 464
Flessas Peter Nicholas, 426
Flessas Rebecca Amelia, 465
Flessas Robert William, 464
Flessas Strate Vasilios, 465
Flessas William Nicholas, 426, 463
Flessas Adriane, 521
Flessas Angelina, 521
Flessas Barbara, 521
Flessas Nicholas, 426, 462, 481, 482
Flessas Nikolaos Yiorgos, 375
Flessas Panagiotis Denis, 520
Flessas Strate Yiorgos, 375
Flessas Tiffany, 481
Flessas Vasiliki Yiorgos, 375
Flessas Vasiliki John, 396
Flessas William II William, 463

470

Flessas Zacharias, 482


Flessas , Barbara Demetrios, 421
Flessas , Constantine John, 426
Flessas , James William, 463, 481
Flessas , Maria Georges, 392
Flessas BastimaWilliam, 529
Flessas Constantine George, 523, 525
Flessas George, 425, 522, 523
Flessas George Odysseos, 525
Flessas John George, 523
Flessas John Odysseos, 525, 528
Flessas Lisa, 485
Flessas Marie Helen, 525, 527
Flessas Maura John, 528
Flessas Nikoletta Vasilios, 524
Flessas Odysseos George, 523, 525
Flessas Parthena, 527
Flessas Theodore Vasilios, 524
Flessas Vasilios Nikitas, 524
Flessas William Odysseos, 525
Flessas William Theodore, 529
Flessas (James) Christopher, 523,
526
Flessas, Anthony Dean, 514
Flessas, Caliope John, 396
Flessas, Christopher Jordan, 516
Flessas, James Panagiotis, 508, 510
Flessas, Michelle, 514
Flessas, Panagiotis Dimitrius, 507, 508
Flessas, Theodora Panagiotis, 510
Flessas, Theodore James, 513
Flessaus, Nikolaus, 486
Flessa-vejen
Flessa-vejen, 104
Flessoras, Panagiotis, 508, 511
Flerei-Flsserei
Flerei-Flsserei, 83
Forte Fabiana, 530
Geiber, Maria Barbara, 488
Godfrey Amber Star, 482
Greiner, Anna Maria, 487
Greiner, Hans, 486, 487
Greiner, Leonhard, 487
Greiner, Matthaus, 487
Greiner, Peter, 487
Hadding Rebecca Elaine, 464
Hadges Art Nick, 407
Hadges Athanasios Nick, 407
Hadges John Nick, 407
Hadges , Constantin Nick, 407

hargand Emily Elizabeth, 483


Heiner Flessa
Heiner Flessa, 100, 102
Helen, 396, 426, 464, 489
Herman Flessen
Herman Flessen, 82
Hussini, 375
Hutchinson , Marlon, 474
Jomidis Bertha, 526, 527
Jr, Hans Greiner, 487
Julie Jane Flessas, 463
Kargas , Anthony, 413
Karvounis , Eugene, 421
Keller Mary Beth, 464
Keller , Jeff, 464
Keller, Anna, 396
Konte Tafta Theodore, 529
Kunz, Eva, 486
LEICESTER STANHOPE
LEICESTER STANHOPE, 93
Lestico Rebbeca Nocole, 483
MurphyAnnie, 525
Nelson, Christine, 508
Niki, 482
NIKOLAUS3 FLESSAUS II
Flessaus Nikolaus II, 486, 487, 488, 489
Papa-Flessas, 184, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194,
195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201
Paraskevas, 524
Peterson Amelia Maria, 483
Peterson Nickolas Steven, 483
Peterson Sophia Mable, 483
Peterson Steven Nickolas, 483
Podochoritis Nikolaras Konstantinos,
399
Podochoritis Sophia Konstantinos, 399
Podochoritis , Anthoula Konstantinos,
399
Podochoritis Konstantinos, 398, 399
Podochoritis, Angela Konstantinos, 399
Polotes Peggy, 522, 523
Poulos Tia, 463, 464
Quackenbush Elaina Leaha, 465
Robin, 481
Roeglin Michael, 485
Roeglin , Brianna, 485
Roeglin , Kara, 485
Samantha, 483
Schlott, Eva, 488
Schott, Margareth, 489
Sewell, Doris Truman, 510

471


, 84
, 478
, 222

, 260, 308, 309
, 301,
305, 330, 338, 362, 366, 367, 369, 370,
371, 374, 384, 385, 386, 387, 400, 402,
405, 413, 414, 415, 425, 428, 431, 451,
455, 467, 469, 494, 497, 522, 523
, 87, 96, 97, 110, 114,
120, 121, 122, 140, 144, 149, 150, 151,
152, 155, 165, 170, 171, 176, 187, 189,
265, 279, 281, 287, 293
, 114,
119, 148, 149, 150
, 387
, 417
, 310

, 503

,
438, 478
, 523
1821, 88, 97, 107, 115, 117,
145, 146, 255, 346
, 262, 287, 298, 300, 307, 311, 312,
329, 343, 345, 359, 366, 378, 379, 380,
381, 401, 402, 403, 404, 405, 406, 407,
408, 409, 433, 434, 435, 436, 437, 438,
439, 440, 441, 442, 443, 444, 445, 448,
470, 471, 476, 477, 478, 567
A. Fridel
Fridel , 123
, 432
, 87, 116, 165, 166, 189, 203,
230, 237, 253, 256, 257, 258, 259, 260,
262, 263, 268, 270, 276, 299, 316, 348,
349, 354, 356, 359

, 98
, 87, 107, 108, 147, 150, 180, 186,
207, 211, 212, 217, 243, 255, 256, 260,
261, 265, 269, 277, 278, 291, 299, 300,
302, 303, 304, 307, 316, 324, 346, 347,
349, 354, 360, 367, 369, 370, 371, 372,
383, 384, 385, 386, 387, 389, 390, 410,
411, 412, 413, 419, 428, 442, 449, 465,

Shea Nicholas, 530


Shea Paul, 530
Sillito Michelle, 451
Stasinopoulos Maria, 426
Taylor Terry Junior, 482
Taylor Terry, 482
Taylor , Destiny Taylor, 482
Ultsch, Anna Rosina, 488
Vlachos Angela Constantine, 397
Vlachos Pauline Constantine, 397
Vlachos Strates Constantine, 396
Vlachos William Constantine, 397
Vlachos Yiorgos Constantine, 396
Vlachos Yiorgos II, 396, 427
Weidenmuller, Margaretha, 488
Welzhofer, Hedwig, 489
William Martin Leake
William Martin Leake, 111
Wisner Ida Jay, 440
Wolfrum, Helen, 489
Yeager, Michelle, 516
Zoe Finocche, 452
, 433
, 357
, 520
, 526
, 106, 114, 120, 140, 180
, 526
, 134, 144
, 369, 442, 458, 471, 495
, 527

, 114
. , 140, 152, 155,
175, 176, 183
, 531
, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 214, 215,
216, 217, 231, 278, 316
, 96, 119

, 115
.
., 117
.
., 116
, 137, 138, 141, 144
, 88, 120, 204, 219, 241, 286, 290,
291, 301, 349, 353, 355, 356, 357, 359,
360, 361, 362, 365, 366, 367, 370, 375,
381, 382, 385, 386, 390, 397, 414, 427
, 301, 353

472

3
, , 354
12

, 478
, 433
, 140, 141, 142, 143, 186
, 212, 213, 218
, 137, 139, 140
, 208, 244

, 86
, 144
, 140, 141
-
, 526
-
, 529
-
, 529
-
, 526
- ,
521
-
, 524, 526
-
, 526
, 528
-
-, 82, 84, 93, 96, 104, 106,
107, 108, 109, 110, 116, 118, 120, 121,
122, 142, 146, 154, 156, 157, 158, 161,
162, 165, 166, 203, 231, 263, 353
-, 82, 83, 84, 96, 104, 106,
107, 110, 114, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120,
121, 140, 144, 146, 147, 148, 150, 151,
153, 156, 157, 158, 160, 161, 163, 165,
166, 167, 177, 180, 186

, 123
, 138

, 97

, 97
, 82, 86, 88, 91, 96, 97, 106, 107,
108, 114, 156, 157, 160, 168, 179, 186,
204, 206, 216, 230, 232, 259, 263, 265,
266, 269, 278, 288, 297, 299, 303, 317,
318, 353, 354, 355, 356, 357, 358, 359,

466, 467, 468, 469, 502


, 107, 130, 131, 132, 133, 135,
137, 140, 141, 142, 144
,, 493
, 530
, 523
, 527
, , 309
, 93, 96, 115, 116, 117, 139,
142, 147, 153, 155, 156, 169, 177, 181,
210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217,
218, 241, 251, 253, 260, 315
, 123, 139, 167, 188, 212,
213, 215, 217, 247, 253, 254

, 86, 88
, 156, 248, 251
, 142
, 84, 91, 97, 110, 111,
114, 128, 130, 135, 140, 141, 186, 293,
406
, 528
, 108, 135, 204
, 106, 107, 108, 116, 117, 118, 121,
165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 171, 173, 174,
175, 177, 180, 181, 182, 186, 187, 188,
189, 203, 218, 228, 258, 261, 263, 280,
307, 316, 317, 347, 353, 355, 357, 358,
363
,
,, 107
, 526
, 118, 122, 142, 148, 150,
177, 183, 210, 213, 215, 216, 217, 258,
261, 277, 316
, 527, 530
, 530
, 161, 265, 297, 298, 299, 304,
361, 368, 428
, 521
, 128, 140, 146
, 522

, 95
, 323,
524

, 89, 259, 285
12

., 478

473

, 524
, , 520
, 165, 287, 315, 318

, 82
, 469
, 458, 528
, 419
, 465
, 529
, 530
, 522
, 524
, 522
, 397, 428
, 387
, 527
, 524
, 520
, 521
, 230, 256, 259, 299,
300, 353, 354, 355, 356, 358, 359, 361,
363, 366, 367, 368, 369, 371, 373, 382,
383, 398, 402, 409, 410, 411, 421, 422,
424, 428, 449, 453, 454, 493, 495, 497,
498, 520, 522
, 366, 521
, 520
, 511, 521
, 520
, 524, 526
, 523
, 523
, 400, 526
, 458, 528
, 286, 287, 288, 297, 302,
307, 359, 360, 363, 365, 367, 369, 370,
371, 374, 375, 378, 379, 386, 388, 393,
396, 401, 413, 414, 415, 416, 419, 420,
422, 423, 433, 440, 456, 458, 480, 485,
511, 512, 522
, 528
, 468
, 529
, 524, 526
, , 204
, , 286, 359, 364, 365,
375, 390, 395, 420, 423, 456, 457, 493,
520, 523, 524
, , 526

360, 362, 363, 364, 368, 369, 370, 372,


382, 385
, 138, 139, 210, 295
, 329
, 135, 136, 137, 140, 141, 142

, 118, 204

, 87
, 94, 122, 138, 168, 187, 188, 189,
230, 235, 237, 238, 242, 248, 250, 277
, 346

, 116
, , 527
, 212
, 529
, 251
, 94, 117, 208, 210, 213, 316,
317, 322
, 136, 141, 142, 144
, 531
, 450
, 122, 141, 161, 224, 228, 230,
270, 271
, 160
, 115, 134, 141, 143, 144, 146,
151, 153, 231, 247, 250, 252
, 138, 140
, 128

, 97, 106, 115, 125, 134,
136, 143, 176, 209, 299

, 83, 86, 87, 89, 91, 96, 97, 113,


124, 168, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227,
228, 241, 243, 257, 258, 261, 265, 282,
299, 316, 341
, 528
, 442
, 530
, 523
, 520
, 523
, 522
, 527
, 522
, 522
, 528
, 522
, 527

474

, , 323, 520,
524, 525

, 96

, 117
, 220, 222, 231
, 531

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