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FIGUEREDO

Posted: 7 Oct 1999 11:04PM GMT
Edited: 25 Jun 2001 1:55AM GMT
Researching Figueredo surname. Spain in the 1500s,
Trinidad in the 1600s, Cuba in the 1700 and 1800s.
Perucho Figueredo wrote the Cuban National Anthem. All messages will be answered.

Alan Perry
Wilmington
North Carolina

FIGUEREDO FAMILY

Marilyn Louise Figueredo (View posts)
Posted: 16 Oct 1999 5:48PM GMT
Hi, looking for any Figueredos that I might be related to.
My family name is from Spain - stories from my mother/father told me that the Figueredos migrated to Cuban then Tampa,Florida
Posted: 16 Oct 1999 10:05PM GMT
Edited: 25 Jun 2001 1:55AM GMT
Posted: 30 Oct 1999 8:25PM GMT
Edited: 25 Jun 2001 1:55AM GMT
Hi Marilyn,

Did you see my message dated October 16?
I'd like to get in touch with you since it
looks like our families might well be
connected.

My address is perry2@wilmington.net

Looking forward to your reply,

Alan

also a Figueredo.

Marcelo Figueredo (View posts)
Posted: 11 Nov 1999 3:10PM GMT
My parents are from Argentina but my antsisters are from romania, spain and portugal. There was a monarch named Figueredo. I am In Phoenix

a figueredo too..

Marcelo Figueredo (View posts)
Posted: 11 Nov 1999 3:16PM GMT
My dad is from Argentina, but his roots are
not known. We have romanian, portuguese and spanish gret great grand fathers but we do not know where the last name is from.
We know it is jewish, in Spain jews were named after what they did, in old spanish figueredo would have been "higueredo" that means he who plant "higos"
If you have more or other information please
e mail me. Thank you

Figueredo

Marilyn Figueredo (View posts)
Posted: 14 Nov 1999 5:32PM GMT
Marcelo - thanks for writing back via the message board. My family is from Cuba via Spain. Also ancestors from France. I live in Florida.

Figuered is Higueredo

Marilyn Figueredo (View posts)
Posted: 14 Nov 1999 5:36PM GMT
Marcelo - you mention the name Figueredo is Jewish and in old Spanish was Higueredo which means, "one who plants higos". Is a higo a fig?

a figueredo too

Posted: 16 Nov 1999 6:50PM GMT
Edited: 25 Jun 2001 1:55AM GMT
Hi Marcelo,
I have been researching the Figueredo family
for several years. Mine came from Spain to
Jamaica in the 1500s and went to Cuba in the
1600s. I don't have any knowledge of a branch
in Argentina but nothing is impossible.

Please write to me at
perry2@wilmington.net
with some details, names, dates, places and
we can work together to see if our
Figueredos are connected.

Looking for your reply,

Alan
Posted: 27 Nov 1999 9:54PM GMT
Edited: 25 Jun 2001 1:55AM GMT
Hi Marcelo,

Are you still out there? Please see my
message dated November 16 and send me a
message either at
perry2@wilmington.net
or on this board.

Thanks, Alan perry
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