Text Box: Greek Genealogy - Family History



     This Web Site was created with the purpose of assisting those who are interested in their family history, and are searching for their ancestors in Greece. 

     The information given here is the result of experience in research done in a great variety of places in Greece. 

     We have decided to use a simple language-as simple as it can be- to be easily understood by everybody, even by those who’s mother language is not English.

     Although various names are mentioned on this web site on part titled “Family Trees and Histories”  this is not a name list of ancestors.  It is an instructional site, helping you learn how to do research in Greece.

     Should you have specific questions regarding your research feel free to contact us.  Please make your questions specific and brief.  When requesting an answer by regular mail please do not forget to include a self addressed stamped envelope.

     We will be happy to hear your experiences, and with your permission publish them, so we can learn from each other.

     Any assistance we can give you will be free of charge.


Let us work on this all together with respect and love for our Greek Ancestors, and for each other!

The Parthenon

The Parthenon on the Akropolis Hill in Athens Greece.  This ancient building attracts the admiration of the whole world.  It was built in the 5th century BC, all made by white marble which was brought from the mountain Penteli, about 25 miles away from the Akropolis . It was the temple of goddess Athena.

 Microfilmed Records See a list of all the Greek towns that have been microfilmed, including the Film numbers and contents. The best, and easiest way to search for your ancestors’ records.

Websites containing Greek Records 
         —The GAK Historical Archives website at http://arxeiomnimon.gak.gr 
              displays copies of a variety of Greek records.  The index is available in
              Greek and English but the records are in Greek.
          — Records of the town Stenies of the island Andros (typed in Greek) are
              available at www.steniotes.gr 

         — English manual 3rd edition, see “Publications” 
         — Greek manual click here

A Family History Center in Athens, Greece; Located on 52 Leoforos Amalias, is open on Wednesdays 5:00-8:00 pm. and Saturdays 10:00 am till 1:00 pm. For information call (011-30) 210-325-3278 or 210-625-1967.

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To contact Lica Catsakis

E-mail: lica@greekgenealogy.org

               or: lcatsakis@cox.net

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