Konstantopoulou Katina

Female 1894 - Deceased

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  • Name Konstantopoulou Katina 
    Born 2 May 1894  Sparta, Laconia, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender Female 
    Census 1930  Brooklyn, Kings, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 

    • 1930 Federal Census, Brooklyn, New York, District 931
      323 Pearl Street
      Kolacota, Gus, Head, rents, male, white, age 45, married, age at first marriage: 34, can read and write; born in Greece, parents born in Greece, immigrated 1909, alien; counterman at restaurant
      Kolacota, Katherine, wife, female, whie, age 40, married, was 25 at age of first marriage, can read and write, born in Greece, parents born in Greece, can speak English
      Kolacota, Georgia, daughter, female, white, age 13, single, attends sschool, can read and write, born in Massachusetts, parents born in Greece, can speak English
      [NOTE: Mom said that the Kolocotas' raised the daughter of Katina's sister; that the family was very poor and she took in her niece)

      Source Citation Year: 1930; Census Place: Brooklyn, Kings, New York; Roll: 1491; Page: 16A;Enumeration District: 0931; Image: 918.0; FHL microfilm: 2341226 DescriptionEnumeration District : 931; Description: BROOKLYN BOROUGH, ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 1 (PART), BOUNDED BY (N) JOHNSON; (E) BRIDGE ST.; (S) FULTON; (W) FULTON.Source InformationAncestry.com. 1930 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2002.
      Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, 2,667 rolls.
    Research Notes
    • Could any of these be Katina's family?

      In the Election Rolls of Sparta, village of Magoula, in 1872 there is a Panagiotis Konstantopoulos, age 28 (birth 1844), father Emmanouel, occupation, farmer. (File 25, Image 426, line 1623 in Greek Archives folder.

      In the Mitroon Arrenon of the year 1924 for Agios Ioannis, there is listed a Panagiotis Konstantopoulos, father: Spyridon, mother: Aggeliki. Panagiotis would have been born 1924.

      These obituaries of Konstantopoulos family members were found at GenealogyBank.com and are included here because they may be Katina's family:
      Could Elias be Katina's brother?
      Union-News (Springfield, MA) - March 6, 1998
      Deceased Name: C. Konstantopoulos
      Christina (Stratigakis) Konstantopoulos, 91, of 4 Rittenhouse Terrace died Thursday at home. She was a 15-year employee of Carter Clothing Co. Born in Sparta, Greece, she lived here from 1951. She worshipped at St. Luke's Greek Orthodox Church, and St. George's Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Springfield, and was a former member of the Philoptohos Society. Her husband, Elias, died in 1985. She leaves a son, Demetrious ("Jimmy") of Whately; two daughters, Patricia Grimaldi and Helen O'Malley of Springfield; a sister, Helen Papantoniou of Montreal, Quebec; six grandchildren, and a great-grandchild. The funeral will be Saturday morning at St. Luke's Church, with the burial in Hillcrest Cemetery. The calling hours are this afternoon and evening at Forastiere-Smith Funeral Home. Memorial donations may be made to the church at 400 Prospect St., East Longmeadow, 01028.

      Could George be Katina's brother?
      Union-News (Springfield, MA) - April 9, 2001
      Deceased Name: Irene Konstantopoulos
      Irene (Pontikes) Konstantopoulos, 82, of this city, died Saturday in an Agawam nursing home. Born and raised in Kastri, Greece, she was trained in Athens, Greece, to be a professional seamstress. She moved to the United States in 1952. She was a member of St. George Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Springfield and The Ladies Philoptohos Society. She was predeceased by her husband, George (Kostas) Konstantopoulos. She leaves two daughters, Patricia Fecke and Maria Lough, both of Springfield; a brother, John of Canada; three sisters, Sophia Vlassopoulos, Vasiliki Kefalonites and Nitsa Anastopoulos, all of Canada; three grandchildren; a great-granchild; and godchildren. The funeral will Tuesday morning at St. George Greek Orthodox Cathedral, with burial in Hillcrest Park Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to St. George Cathedral, 8 Plainfield St., Springfield, MA 01104.
    Name female version of married surname: Kolokota 
    Naturalization 13 Apr 1948  Brooklyn, Kings, New York, USA Find all individuals with events at this location 

      Eastern District of New York - Naturalization Results. Year: 1948; Petition Number 457794; Soundex K423. (www.italiangen.org)

      Petition for Naturalization #457794
      US District Court of Eastern District at Brooklyn, NY

      Katina Kolokota
      Residence: 130 Highlawn Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings, NY
      Occupation: Housewife
      Age: 53 years; born on May 2, 1894 in Sparta, Greece
      Sex: female; color: white; complexion: light; eyes: brown; hair: brown; height: 5'6"; weight 175 pounds; race: white; nationality: Greek
      Married to Constantinos; married on October 26, 1918 at Lowell, Massachusetts.
      He was born at Sparta, Greece on January 1, 1884 and entered the US at New York, NY on April 19, 1914 and now resides at 130 Highlawn Avenue, Brooklyn, NY and was naturalized on June 12, 1941 at Brooklyn, NY certif. No. 4994910 or became a citizen by naturalization.

      I have no children.
      My last place of foreign residence was Sparta, Greece.
      Emigrated to US from Sparta, Greece.
      Lawful entry for permanent residence in US was at New York, NY under the name of Catina Constantopoulou on March 29, 1910 on SS Martha Washington.
      Have resided continuously in US for 3 years since March 29, 1910.

      Witnesses: Harris Laskaris, Restaurant Proprietor, 335 Pearl Street, Brooklyn, NY
      James Valentine, Restaurant worker, 72 Hicks Street, Brooklyn, NY
      Subscribed and sworn by the petitioner and witnesses, Brooklyn NY on this 3rd day of March 1948. I hereby certify that Certificate of Arrival No. 0300-K-95929 from INS is part of this petition.

      Certificate of Arrival #0300-K-95929 1-19-48
      Name: Constantopoulou, Catina
      Port of Entry: NY, NY
      Manifest No. 30-126-31
      Class 68
      Date: 3-29-1910
      SS Martha Washington
      Line: Austr. Am.
      Certificate issued Jan. 20, 1948

      Oath of Allegiance taken April 13, 1948
      Certificate #6719540 issued.

      Research done May, 2007 at National Archives, NYC, by Carol & Gary Petranek
      Digital photos #DSC00943, DSC00944, DSC00945
    _UID 7F3712964EEB443D917D0F612197EE2F6BD7 
    Died Deceased 
    • Catherine Pappas Kostakos and Bertha Pappas Pouletsos said she was tall and heavy-set and he was short; they called them "Mutt and Jeff." They called her "Thea [aunt] Kolokota."

      She came from Lowell, Massachusetts where her family was from. Catherine doesn't know how the match was arranged. After they married, they raised her sister's (that lived in Lowell, MA) daughter, Georgia, when they lived in Brooklyn and they got her married. Her sister had a very large family, and they were a nice looking family.

    Person ID I849  Kostakos
    Last Modified 27 Jan 2015 

    Family Kolokotas Kostantinos,   b. 1 Jan 1884, Sykaraki, Laconias, Greece Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Deceased 
    Married 26 Oct 1918  Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    • Info on Petition of Naturalization for both Katina and Kostantinos: married October 26, 1918 at Lowell, Massachusetts.
    Last Modified 27 Jan 2015 
    Family ID F279  Group Sheet

  • Sources 
    1. [S78] Naturalization - Declaration of Intention.

    2. [S79] Naturalization - Petition for Naturalization.

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