Dicionário Sefaradi De Sobrenomes/Dictionary Of Sephardic Surnames has 4 ratings and 1 review. Jenny said: If you suspect you have Portuguese or Spanish . La parte sefardí, el crédito va para el señor Harry Stein. 0= Copia del señor Jeff Malka. T=Viene de B. Nahman. (46) “Diciionario Sefaradi De Sobrenomes” (“Dictionary of Sephardic Surnames” ): This reference provides thousand of Sephardic names of immigrants to Brazil.
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Los sefaaradi Judios de las familias Argentinas. For those tracing Sephardim from Spain to England or to Amsterdam, this book can be most valuable. Izmir lists provided by Dov Cohen, Shimshon Israel.
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A well written story of the converso community of Ciudad Real, to include the converso inquisition trials in the mid 15th century. The names were extracted and provided by Daniel Kazez dkazez mail.
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Dictionary of Sephardic Surnames
Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. It contains Sephardic names recorded during the period Portugal e Gibraltar”, by Jose Maria Abecassis.
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Only those names that were identified as Sephardic Jews or descendant from Sephardic Jews or in some cases, new Christians that married into Sephardic families are listed here.
The list also contains the name of the vessel and date of arrival in Argentina.
Dicionario Sefaradi De Sobrenomes Dictionary of Sephardic Surnames Inclusive
The description “Jew “and “Portuguese” appear to be used interchangeably. Published by Editorial Lex La Habana, Avotaynu; Bilingual, Revised edition January 31, Language: Customers who viewed this item also viewed. The authors have attempted to provide the ports of departure of these immigrants.
The book provides the entry and the year of arrival in Argentina. Richie Maia marked it as to-read Jul 19, The list provides the year of arrival and entry point into Argentina. Eric marked it as to-read Feb 03, This book contains a list of names, some times providing the names of relatives, house locations, and professions.
Maria Solange added it Mar 26, Many name changes and aliases are provided. Family trees are included for many of the families. Gabriel added it Jan 31, The source of this information is also available.
This book lists Sephardic movers and shakers during the period. Some names Adret, Cavalleria exist to this date unchanged. This work contains many Sephardic names and family trees within its 3 volumes. If your people came from Aragon, and you cannot find the name in this list, I recommend to attach a prefix and look for it in that way.
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