Greek Slavonians of this City, 1879, San Francisco*

1. Spiro Jarikovich

2. Stevan Mifich

3. Luka Kosich

4. Lazar Jovovich

5. Todor Sherovich

6. Luka Jankovich

7. Elja Vujovich

8. Krsto Ratkovich

9. Petar Zenovich

10. Petar Vukanovich

11. Micho Shimrak

12. Jovan Avramovich

13. Marko Mitrovich

14. Todor Radovichich

15. Jovo Radovich

16. Savo Martinovich

17. Bogdan Matkovich

18. Luka Zenovich

19. Joko Ilijich

20. Ilija Dabovich

21. Ilija Cherovich

22. Bogdan Mrshich

23. Marko Zenovich

24. Luka Djerich

25. Atun Sabljichich

26. Luka Kishich

27. Jovo Porobich

28. Petar Porobich

29. Nikola Gregovich

30. Stevan Popistan

31. N. Medovich

32. Jovo Milovich

33. Luka Zenovich

34. Filip Mitrovich

35. Bogdan Ivanishevich

36. Drago Avramovich

37. Mato Martinovich

38. Djuro Martinovich

39. Ivan Marovich

40. Vaso Seferovich

41. Ilija Prnjata

[missing pages with #42 to #83, not found in collection]

84. Petar Popovich

85. Andrija Popovich

86. Bozho Radovich

87. Joko Tsrnogorchevich

88. Teofil Tsrnogorchevich

89. Anton Vukasovich

90. Leso Radovich

91. Jovo Jovovich

92. Ilja Vukasovich

93. Petar Chatovich

94. Milo Baladushich

95. Aleksa Drobnjakovich

96. Vladislav Jovovich

97. Jovan Franeta

98. Mihail Ratkovich

99. Lazar Milinovich

100. Djuro Dabovich

101. Vaso Setenchich

102. Djuro Zenovich

103. Jefto Davidovich

104. Micho Rostovich

105. Jovo Ipshevich

106. Jovo Vickovich (Vitskovich)

107. Tomo Prnjata

108. Stefo Stepanovich

109. Petar Spadier

110. Kosto Tsrnogorchevich

111. Krsto Tsrnogorchevich

112. Jovo Ljubisha

113. Andrija Fraula

114. Drago Tomanovich

115. Dodo Bechich

116. Nikola Kostich

117. Tripko Sefer

118. Spiro lvankovich

119. Nikola Dabovich

120. Milan Petrovich

*From the papers of Father Sebastian Dabovich, this is a partial census taken for the Russian Orthodox Church in San Francisco in 1879. Note the numbers skip from 41 to 84. The missing pages were not included in this collection.

The designation "Greek Slavonians" is an old term for the Serbian Orthodox Slavs of the Adriatic Coast – Hercegovina, Dalmatia, and the Bay of Kotor. In 1879, those regions were part of the Austrian Empire, but the Slavs of the Orthodox faith were known as "Greek Christians" in English. "Slavonian" was a common term which referred to all the South Slavs during the 1800’s.

Serb World USA, Vol. X, No. 6, July-August 1994, p. 33