Migrants- Agia Paraskevi
|Father' Name:||Christofas (Agia Paraskevi)|
|Mother's Name:||Maria Hatzidimitriou (Agia Paraskevi)|
|Siblings:||Georgios, Eleni (Karakonstanti), Katina|
Year of Arrival in Australia:
|Sponsor:||Georgios Konstantellis (my brother)|
|Married:||Georgios Danginis (Alatsada, Asia Minor)|
|City of Residence:||Broken Hill and Sydney, New South Wales, Australia|
|Livelihood:||Small Business- Mikato Milk Bar|
Above: My mother, Maria (right)- holding her grandson, Kostas Halios, and Efterpi Haliou.
Above Right: With my sister, Katina.
Above: Sewing outside Aliki Zoga's house. L-R: Aliki herself, myself, and my sister, Katina.
Above Right: Athens, 1953. With Christos Hatzidimitriou, who escorted me to Piraeus, as I was leaving for Australia.
Above: At the National Cafe in Henty, Victoria, which was owned by my sister, Eleni, and her husband, Georgios Karakonstantis (George Kostas). and Nikolaos and Anna Anagnostou, at the time. L-R: my sister-in-law, Efterpi; my brother-in-law, Georgios Karakonstantis; myself; my sister, Eleni; my husband, Georgios Danginis and; Anna and Nikolaos Anagnostou. Circa late 1950's.
Above Right: With my husband, Georgios Danginis.
Above: In our family business, the Mikato Milk Bar. My husband and I owned it from 1956 to 1970.
Above Right: On the RMHS Patris, and returning to Greece for a holiday (1964). My husband and I are third and fourth from the left respectively.
Above: Broken Hill. At the Greek Hall with my sister, Eleni's family. L-R: my husband, Georgios- who is holding Esta Savva; myself; my niece, Mary Kostas (standing); my brother-in-law, Georgios; and my sister, Eleni.