The Skopelos Project
Genealogical research from the island of Skopelos


How to Start:

Click on any underlined name in the outline below to go directly to their section of the Stamouli Family Tree. If you don’t know where to begin, the most common last names of each section are listed beneath each of Konstantinos' children. The Stamouli Family Tree is approximately 20 pages long.


Konstantinos Stamoulis   +    Alexandra

First Marriage 

I.      Yriyorios

Last names in this family include: Yeoryiou, Salpadimos, and Xanthoulis.


II.     Diamantis

Died on a ship with no descendants.


III.    Maria (“Mariyo”) Sklavos   1865 - 1936 (71 yrs old)

Last names in this family include: Sklavos, Troungas, Thomas, Salpadimos, Tsarkos, Dalakiaris, and Diamandou.


IV.    Ourania ("Rano") Karayeoryos

Last names in this family include: Evangelinos, Dendis, Ballas, and Patras.


V.     Fanio Konstantakis

Last names in this family include: Mousis, Salpadimos, Fivyas, and Hadzinikolaou.


VI.    Magdalene Ylikou

Last names in this family include: Ballas, Constantakis, and Ravanos.


Konstantinos Stamoulis   +    Magdalene

Second Marriage 

VII.     Kokitsa Ravanos

Last names in this family include: Hirras, Berdanis, Konstantakis, and Polizos.


VIII.    Eleni Rousseas

Last names in this family include: Kotsovelos, Yeoryitsas, and Telepis.



Notes:

Our outlines are color coded by generations. In our outlines, the formal birth / baptismal name is written first and sometimes followed by a middle name in instances when the middle name is not the father’s first name. All names seen in quotation marks are the name that friends and family would call that individual. Any change in a last name is indicated in Bold characters.

Greek tradition prescribes that the first male offspring are named after the paternal grandfather. Similarly, the first female offspring are usually named after the paternal grandmother. Further offspring are named after the maternal grandparents. All middle names were the child’s father’s first name. For example: Apostolos Nikolaos Polizos’ first son would be named Nikolaos Apostolos Polizos. Nikolaos’ first son would be named Apostolos Nikolaos Polizos after his grandfather and so on.

In Greece, women’s surnames take the possessive form (genitive form in Latin) of their fathers’ last names and after marriage, their husbands’ last names. We document all women born in Greece in this way. For example, the last name Polizos changes to Polizou (belonging to Polizos), Hirras changes to Hirra, and Sideris becomes Sideri. The last names of women born in America stay the same as their father’s and husband’s names and we have documented all American names in this way.

All Greek names are spelled phonetically rather than using some common English spellings. For example: Hristina is typically spelled Christina in America. If born in Greece, we use the phonetical Hristina instead so as to accurately mimic the Greek pronunciation.

Other Dendis families in America spell their last name; 'Dendes' or 'Dandis'.


The following is a glossary of some Greek names and their English equivalents:


Apostolos =      Paul, Apostle
Dimitrios =      Dimitri, Jimmy, James
Stamatios =      Charles
Ioannis =      John, Yianni
Konstantinos =      Constantine, Dean, Dino, Gus
Varsamas or Valsamas =      Victor, Vic
Anastasios =      Tasso
Vasilios =      William, Bill, Basil

Ourania

=     

Nina, Renee
Ioanna =      Joanna, Anna
Konstantina =      Constance, Connie, Tina
Eleni =      Helen
Evyenia =      Jean, Ginnie
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