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Re: Themistocles and Gust Fragoulis
Posted by: Julie Fragoules (ID *****2775) Date: January 08, 2010 at 20:39:55
In Reply to: Re: Themistocles and Gust Fragoulis by olympia of 6879

Thanks to Ancestry.com and input from a forum poster, I've tracked my grandfather and his brother to Ana Achaia, Greece but haven't gotten much beyond that. Their WWI Draft Registration cards both list Ana Achaia, which matches the passenger record found through Ellis Island for Tom. Themistocles "Tom" Fragoules immigrated in 1910 via the boat Themistocles. On the passenger documents, his last name is spelled "Frangulis", though other records after they came to the US listed it as "Fragoulis" and later "Fragoules". They came here within a year of each other. I think their father's name was George. We've lost all records of their family in Greece. Themistocles was born Feb. 2, 1893. Gust was born Feb. 23, 1891. I gather "Fragkoulis" might be the more accurate original spelling. They both ended up in Chicago, Illinois, for some time and both often worked as cooks. Thanks for any help anyone can give. Julie


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