Migrants- Agia Paraskevi


Surname: Hondros
Name: Haralambos 
Year of Birth:  1948
Father's Name: Miltiades (Agia Paraskevi) 
Mother's Name:   Orsia Karapanagiotou (Agia Paraskevi)
Siblings: Despina (Kalogera), Efterpi (Galinou) 
Year of Arrival in Australia: 1965
Sponsor: Panagiotis and Efrosini Koumanias (Agia Paraskevi) 
Married: Grammatiki Spyroglou (Agia Paraskevi)
Children:  Miltiades, Maria, Theodoros, Nikolaos 
City of Residence: Tumut and Sydney, Australia
Livelihood: Small Business- Cafes, Fish Shops, Gardening Nursery


Above: Wit my father, Miltiades, at the panygiri of Agios Haralambos.
Above Middle: With my older sister, Despina.
Above Right: My mother, Orsia, with my sister, Efterpi, and Ourania Girelli.  
 Above: With Panagiotis Tzitzis(middle) and Efstratios Dasos (right).
Above Right: West Wyalong (New South Wales), 1966. At the back of Paragon Café with Froso Koumania and employee, Kostas Kolomandas (right). The child id Froso’s daughter, Sandra.
Above: As a member of the Tumut Rodeo Club. We are donating money to the Spastic Centre. The President of the Club at the time was Gerry Crane(seated first from the right).  I am standing third from the right. I was in the Rodeo Club for four-five years (later 1960’s- early 1970’s.
Above Right: With a customer (and rodeo buddy), Tony Walsh, at the Excelsoir Café, Tumut. I became a partner in the business with my brother-in-law, Haralambos Kalogeras and my sister, Despina, in 1968.