



Balteas Family Genealogical Charts* Stavropigi, Messinia * The original schematic appeared on pages 267 of the Mani: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow magazine, volume 10, MayJune 2003, accompanying the article by Aris Poulimenakos and Nikos Balteas, "A Brief History of the Balteas Family from Stavropigi of Exo Mani and Messinia, to Varousi in Lakonia." The translator has reconfigured the diagram developed by Mr. Poulimenakos into a different format. Numbers represent successive generations; each person bearing the same numerical prefix belongs to the same generation Thus, all individuals with the number "3", for instance, are children of Panagiotis Balteas: Mihail, 1844; Konstantinos, 1848; Dimitrios, 1851 (unmarried). For each of these three sons, the "4's" following him represent his children. So, for Mihail of 1844, there are three known children, Vasileios of 1877 (unmarried), Ioannis, and an umarried daughter. Also, color coding reinforces this schema: siblings from the same parent appear in boxes with the same colored background: thus, to use the same example above, the names of the three children of Mihail of 1844 all appear in 



First Generation 
Second Generation

Third Generation

Fourth
Generation 
Fifth
Generation 
Sixth
Generation 
Seventh
Genera tion 
1. Dimitrios Balteas 

2. Panagiotis Balteas 

3. Mihail 1844 


4. Vasileios 1877 (unmarried)




4. Ioannis 


4. Daughter (unmarried) 

3. Konstantinos 1848 


4. Panagiotis 1889 

5. Konstantinos (unmarried) 

5. Stavroula 

5. Lefteris 

6. Panagiotis 1952 


7. Lefteris 

6. Christos 

7. Evangelia 


7. Asimina 


6. Nikos 1958 

7. Lefteris 

7. Evangelia 

5. Nikos (childless) 

4. Nikolaos 1892 (unmarried) 

4. Vasiliki 

3. Dimitrios 1851 (unmarried)  
Descendants of Giorgios Balteas 

First Generation 
Second
Generation 
Third
Generation 

1. Giorgios Balteas 

2. Nikolaos "Anagnostis" 

3. Giorgios 1844 

3. Daughter 

3. Stavroula 

3. Vasiliki 

* The original schematic appeared on pages 267 of the Mani: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow magazine, volume 10, MayJune 2003, accompanying the article by Aris Poulimenakos and Nikos Balteas, "A Brief History of the Balteas Family from Stavropigi of Exo Mani and Messinia, to Varousi in Lakonia." The translator has reconfigured the diagram developed by Mr. Poulimenakos into a different format. Numbers represent successive generations; each person bearing the same numerical prefix belongs to the same generation Thus, all individuals with the number "3", for instance, are children of Panagiotis Balteas: Mihail, 1844; Konstantinos, 1848; Dimitrios, 1851 (unmarried). For each of these three sons, the "4's" following him represent his children. So, for Mihail of 1844, there are three known children, Vasileios of 1877 (unmarried), Ioannis, and an umarried daughter. Also, color coding reinforces this schema: siblings from the same parent appear in boxes with the same colored background: thus, to use the same example above, the names of the three children of Mihail of 1844 all appear in 

