Born in 1895 in Malacopí (region of Neapolis). She lived in Constantinople for eight years. After the Populations Exchange (1924) she moved to Tambouria (Piraeus). Her father and her husband were both grocers. When Melpo Merlier recorded her in 1930 she was already a widow. She was semi-literate.
Source: Melpo Merlier Music Folklore Archive / CD Songs of Cappadocia