Vanetian census shows Karitsa having 37 families and 152 dwellers
Karitsa along with a cluster of villages known as Kounoupohoria deemed to be wholly owned by the Sultan of the Court of Argos
Many Karitsiotes migrate from the village to other more prosperous places: Spetses, Astros Kinourias, Gramousa (present day Ambelohori) and Molaous
In the afternoon of 11 September 1825 a detachment of Imbraim Pasha's forces torches the village and the forest of Tsouka
Recognition of Hellenic Independence
The first demographic count in liberated Greece shows Karitsa inhabited by 20 families
In the first subdivision of liberated Greece into administrative regions Karitsa, Alepohori, Velota, Vrondamas and Geraki join together to form the larger Area Council of Geronthres in the Province of Lakedemon of the Prefecture of Laconia
Consecration of Agios Kostandinos
Agios Yannis built. Funding by H Malavazos
Ordination of Dimitri Hroni "Papahroni"
Main water taps improved
National census: Karitsa population 280
National census: Karitsa population 284
1890 - 1920
Towards the end of the nineteenth century many Karitsiotes migrate to America. This continues until the 1920s when economic decline reduces the flow of Greek migrants to America.
Bulding of Evagelistria begins. It will take 30 years to complete.
National census: Karitsa population 327
Consecration of Agios Nikolas
National census: Karitsa population 354
Break up of the Area Council of Geronthres and establishemnt of Village Council of Karitsa. First village presidenht Georgios Tsembelis
1912 - 1922
Wars: 14 Karitsiotes killed in action
National census: Karitsa population 416
Consecration of Evagelistria (circa 1920)
Death of Papahronis
National census: Karitsa population 408
Erection of War Memorial
Ordination of Anastasis Malavazos "Papanastasis"
National census: Karitsa population 424
1940 - 1947
Nazi occupation and civil war: 20 fallen
New Years Day: Battle of Karitsa, 4 villagers killed, 4 houses torched, village records destroyed
National census: Karitsa population 464. Record number of people in the history of the village
1953 - 1975
Mass wave of post war migration draws many Karitsiotes to Australia, Canada and Germany
Opening up of motor road from Variko to Agios Nikolas. Previously transportation was solely by animals on the mule track
Building of reservoir and water taps in Pera Gitonia (Far Side)
American-Karitsioti, Kostas P Andoniou, funds running water pipe from upland source Koprisia to Kendriki Vrisi.
First motor car, owned by Sofoklis Toundas comes to the village
Reservoir in Mesorahi built by forestry authorities to serve the needs of the shepherds
First tractor, owned by Yannis Athanasiou Andoniou, is brought to the village
National census: Karitsa population 371
Building of new school funded by American Karitsiotes, local villagers and school children who organise theatre presentations in surrounding villages Geraki, Alepohori and Mari to raise contribution.
Death of Papanastasis
Opening up of motor road "Odos Agiou Dimitriou" first to Mariorema and then to Agios Dimitris.
Military Junta appoints Georgio Lambros village president
Electricity brought to the village
National census: Karitsa population 286
Reservoir for shepherds built in Pano Loutsa
Water discovered in Dariva
National census: Karitsa population 263
Connection with automated telephone exchange of Geraki allows individuals in Karitsa to have own private lines
After 86 years of separate local governement, Karitsa joins Alepohori, Kalithea and Geraki to form the new area council of Geronthres. First mayor Lambros Vourvouriotis and village chairman Kostas I Katsambis.