Migrants- Agia Paraskevi


Family Name: Mihailaros "Mitchell"
Name: Efstratios 
Life:    1928-2004
Father's Name: Panagiotis (Agia Paraskevi)
Mother's Name:   Maria (Agia Paraskevi) 
Siblings:  Anna (Hatzitsakiri), Kamelia (Spanou), Adelais (Savva), Nikolaos
Year of Arrival in Australia: 1946
Sponsor:    Pericles Koulmandas (Agia Paraskevi) 
Married: Konstantina Komninaka (Agia Paraskevi) 
Children:  Maria, Efterpi 
City of Residence: rural New South Wales, Canberra and Sydney
Livelihood: Small Business- Cafes, Milk Bars, Coffe Lounges


Above: Efstratios' parents, Maria and Panagiotis.

Above Right: His father, Panagiotis, outside their farmhouse.


Above: Ariah Park. Efstratios lived in the small town for twelve years. When Pericles Koulmandas sold the White Rose Cafe, it was Efstratios who bought it.

Above Right: With his wife, Konstantina, and their children, Efterpi and Maria.


Above: Broken Hill, New South Wales. Family and friends. L-R: Ritsa; his wife, Konstantina; Stella and Georgios Danginis; and Efstratios himself. The two young children are Efstratios and Konstantina's children,
Maria and Efterpi. The Mitchells' worked the Argent Milk Bar, while the Danginis' worked the Majestic Cafe.

Above Right: Agia Paraskevi. His mother, Maria, serves him ouzo at the panygiri of Agios Haralambos. 


Above: Family Reunion. Seated on the right is Efstratios, and he is sitting with his siblings, Nikolaos, Adelais and Anna. Standing are Nikolaos' wife, Ekaterina; Adelais' husband, Efstratios; and Efstratios' wife, Konstantina. 

Above Right: With his grand-daughter, Alexia.