Greek Names from New Smyrna
Greeks from Corsica
NOTE: These Greeks moved from Mani in Greece to Italy in the
1670's with a Greek Orthodox Bishop-and priests. They signed
an agreement that they would recognize the supremacy of the
Pope although their rites would continue to be Greek Orthodox.
After the death ok their Bishop and priests, their clergymen
were to be appointed by the Vatican. Therefore these Greeks
had been Roman Catholic for at least two generations before
they came to New Smyrna.
Peso de Burgo
1786 Census; wife Juana Marin of Minorca,
children; Malta 11, Juana 4, Francisco 6 mo.
1786 Census: widower, children; Maria 13, Nicolas 7
wife was Catarina Famanias of ?
1786 Census: wife, Ynez Quevedo of Minorca;
children;.Marta 6, Paredis 4.
ame Acosta) 1786 Census: Miguel 24, Jorge 20 sons
of Domingo Costa and Maria Bross (Ambros) Domingo
died in New Smyrna. Costa not listed in 1783 census.
1786 Census:. Lucia Nuntio of Corsica widow of
Francisco; children: Joseph 30 Pedro 12.
Francisco was listed in 1783 Census.
1786 Census: widower, children; Jorge 13, Madalena 9
wife was Tecla Marin of Minorca.
Greeks from Greece
Papi from Smyrna. 1786 Census wife Ana Pons of Minorca, no children.
Mavromatis from Melos. 1786 Census: wife Francisca Reveres of
Minorca, children; Antonio 9, Maria 4.
Cercopoly of Mani. 1786 Census: wife Geronima Arnau of Minorca
Genopoli of Mani. 1786 Census: widower, no children listed.
Fundulakis of Candia. 1786 Census: wife Maria Bross, Children;
Nicolas 14. (name was later Tudelache)
Maria Parta, or Ambross (Bross) of Santorin. Only Greek woman
known to embark for New Smyrna. Ambross
was her mother's maiden name. Married first
Domingo Costas of Corsica (see above) second
Fundulakis of of Candia (see above)
NOTE: All of the Greeks above stated in the 1783 -Census that they
were Roman Catholic, with one exception Fundulakis (Tudelache)
stated that he was of "the Greek Church". Note also that he was
the only Greek from Greece married 'to a Greek from Greece. All
the others were married to Minorcans.,
Sources: 'New Smyrna: An 318th Century Greek Odyssey" by E. P.
Panagopoulos 1783 Census,. 1786 Census..