He was born in 1889. He was found dead in the yard of Ioannis Pilakoutas and was buried by Nicos Digenis and Ioannis Karaolis on August 18th, 1974.
By the early morning of July 20, 1974, all members of the family had mysteriously vanished. There are no witnesses and no information regarding their case.
On July 20, 1974 Vasilis’ family, residing in the area of Pikro Nero, attempted to flee to the more southern areas for safety. Sometime later he returned to his house to release his herd. Unfortunately, the Turkish soldiers surrounded the area and killed him. Due to the circumstances, his burial was not possible.
He disappeared in the morning of July 20, 1974 in the eastern area of Karavas. There is no information regarding his fate.
She was born in 1894. She remained enclaved in Karavas and died of natural causes on September 25th, 1974, at the house of K. Papademetriou. She was buried the same day in the field opposite the house of Kassandra.
Elias remained in his house in the area of Pente Mili with his brother-inlaw, Socrates Stylianou Kapsouri who had returned to Cyprus in March 1974 after a long time abroad. According to his daughter Soteroula, Turkish Cypriots claim that Elias was killed 15 days after the beginning of the Turkish Invasion (July 20) and that he […]
Maritsa remained enclaved in the occupied areas of Cyprus and died of hardships on October 3, 1974. Her neighbors buried her in the community’s cemetery.
Olympiada disappeared on July 25, 1974 in the area of eastern Karavas near the location “Pente Mili”.
He disappeared on Sunday, July 21, in the area between Pente and Exi Mili, in the eastern part of Karavas. It is believed that Costas was killed in an ambush set by Turks
Demetres was the son of Christodoulos and Mouskou Patatsou. He was married to Maroula (the Parpetta generation) from Karavas. His cousin was the EOKA hero Iakovos Patatsos. Demetres was murdered in the morning of July 20, 1974, while he was in his sister’s-in- law house, outside in the terrace in the area between Pente Mili and […]
Socrates returned to Cyprus in March 1974, after 54 years abroad. During the summer of 74 he was staying with his sister’s family in the area of Exi Mili in Karavas. Along with his brother in law Elias, he became enclaved in the occupied areas from the very first days of the Turkish invasion. They […]
She was born in 1899. She remained enclaved and died of natural causes in Karavas.