Shared by Diane Gotses Jackson: The John (Ioannis) and Georgia Kodolas Pavleros Family in Baltimore approximately 1915. Left to right: Stella Pavleros Lericos; Husband George Lericos; and their children. Helen Pavleros Dezes; Twin Vasiliki (Celia) Pavleros GOTSES Kowmas, Diane’s YiaYia. Her Great Grand Parents, Georgia Kodolas Pavleros; Great Grand Father John (Ioannis) Pavleros. John’s brother and son on right. Pavleros’ from Godena.
Shared by Antonia Elliott (Iliopoulos) Brookshire: From top left John Peter Elliott, William (Bill) Ellis, bottom left her father, Themistocles James Peter Elliott, and George Peter Eliopoulos (Iliopoulos name changes in America and Canada).
Shared by Diane Gotses Jackson: Pavleros family, Mount Washington in Baltimore, Maryland, circa 1926. Left to right, back Row: Julia Laricos Korcus; Nick Arhos; George Laricos; and William Laricos. Dan (Dionysios) Gotses from Agolinitsa, Epitalio, Greece George Panos Seated Row: Mary Pavleros Arhos; Jimmy Arhos; Johnny Arhos; Helen Pavleros Dezes with Rosie; John Pavleros from Godena; Stella Laricos with Rita Laricos; Celia (Vasiliki) Pavleros Gotses with George Gotses; Stella Panos; Helen Panos; John Laricos; Front Row: Bill Arhos; Louis Dezes; Betty Laricos; Stella Dezes; Helen Arhos; George Dezes; Dino Laricos; Mary Gotses; Pete Laricos and her father, Roy Gotses.
Shared by Paula Antonakos: Her great grandfather, Sarandos Antonios Antonakos with his mother, Stamatiki Giannouli Antonakos (both seated) and her great grandmother, Politimi (born Iliopoulos) Antonakos, standing on the far right. The older boy is Paula’s grandfather, Panagiotis Sarandos Antonakos and the baby is Penelope A. Antonakos.
Shared by Ioannis Makris: Amykleon Soccor Association of 1977 and they were playing with the next town, Potamia. Back left: Georgios Antonakos; Nikos Christakos; Ioannis Makris of Konstantinou; Antonis Zografos; Takis Koniditsiotis; Ioannis Makris of Anastasios; Georgios Tzanetakos; Nikos Roumeliotis; and President Dimitris Petrakos. In the front: Dimitris Kargakos; Christos Economidis; Georgios Kourembis; Christos Pavleros; Vasilis Minakakis; Dimitris Pavleros and Georgios Boretos.
Shared by Paula Antonakos-Boswell: Spartan High School, Women’s graduating class of circa 1953.
Shared by Spuros Pauleros. Picture of George Pavleros.
This picture was shared by Stephanie Kokkinakos Minutella. Kokkinakos Family – Left to right: Her uncle George, Yiayia Eleni, uncle Haralambos, mother, Ecaterini, ather Nikon, Pappou, Ilias Kokkinakkos (also known as Stelios), and seated, her uncle, Taso.
Stephanie Kokkinakos Minutella shared this photo of her parents, Ecaterini and Nikon Kokkinakos, circa 1956. They lived in Canada and then moved to Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
Shared by Peter Dounoukos: Left to Right: Nick Boretos, Dino Antonakos, Margaret Plevritis, Peter Boretos, Olga Pavlounis, his father – Vasilios “Bill” Dounoukos, his mother- Toula Antonakos, Jim Antonakos, and flower girl Toula Diakos. Canada.
Shared by Peter Dounoukos: Left to right:  his father, Vasilios Dounoukos, Louis Laskaris, his grandfather, Panagiotis Dounoukos and unknown gentleman.
Koniditsiotis Family in 1922 in Amykles
Shared by Nicholas M. Prevas.
Vasilios Koniditsiotis and wife Theoni (nee Vlahakos) posed for this photo in Amykle. Children standing left to right: Anastasios, Antonios, and Eleni Koniditsiotis. Three other children went to America and settled in Baltimore, Maryland: George, Eugenia, and Panayiotis. Theoni is holding a photo of her first grandchild, William, who was born in Baltimore to George and Katherine (nee Tzanetakos) Conits in November 1921. The black lapel flowers signify the family was in mourning. Son Panayiotis, who ultimately settled in Annapolis, Maryland, and established a restaurant there, accidentally drowned in the Severn River near Annapolis in July 1920 at the age of 24. Eugenia married Nicholas P. Prevas and had four children.
Shared by Vasilis Kanaras Kourniotis. Baltimore Church late 1960s
Shared by Nicholas Petrakos. Engagement of Dimitrios and Antonia Petrakos
Shared by Louis Kokkinakos. Georgia and Panagiotis Kokkinakos
Shared by Barbara Emert. Petros Georgopoulos and Gustav George. 1959. Her great grandfather, Peter George (born Petros Georgopoulos), and his son, Gustave George . Peter came to the US in 1894. Gustave was born in Manhattan in 1903
Shared by Dino Konstandinos Isadas. His yiaya and Pappou. Katsarou Amykles. Sparta Greece . Pappou was a General Captain in Greek army during WW2. My Grandmother took care of the war orphans.
Shared by Georgeann Morekas. 1921/1922 – Dimitra Makris Demas and Nicholas Dimitrios Demas. Taken in the US before they departed to return to Amykles. Their children remained in the United States.

Enjoy this beautiful video by Panagiotis Minakakis (Amykles from above – Αμυκλες από ψηλά Αμυκλες Lakonias )