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Re: Jimenez (BenShimon) Sephardic Spanish Last Names
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/623.3/mb.ashx
Hey there, my name is Marlene Jimenez, though I go by Estrada which is my mothers maiden name, for personal reasons. I'm a jew, I don't follow Judaism however and nor does my family.
20160523 02:26:55Z
marlenne_010110
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Re: FrenchCanadian Route to the U.S.A.
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/119.5/mb.ashx
Hi Dave,<br>I also have quite a few of the names you are working on in my ancestry. Gelinas was my mom's maiden name. I have read a lot of info about Elie and Huggette Robert's Jewish roots. I tested my DNA and show no Jewish DNA, however I do show 12% Iberian Peninsula. Would Sephardic Jews show only Iberian Peninsula DNA? Wouldn't they have had to have originated in the Middle East and therefore show Jewish DNA? <br>Is there any info about Ancestors before Elie and or in Spain? Do you know where in Spain and what names. I got as far as Huggette Robert's father and grandfather, Samuel Jehan Robert and Toussaint Robert, but they were in France and Protestant at that time. Again I can't find any info about the family when they were Jewish in Spain. Any info you have or if you can point me in the right direction where to look would be appreciated.<br>Jean Gallagher
20160521 02:13:58Z
JeanG2121
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A good book on sephardic JEws
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/646/mb.ashx
<br>"The Blind Eye  A Sephardic Journey Paperback – March 1, 2012<br>by Marcia Fine (Author)"<br>
20160317 20:59:18Z
mensa73
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Re: Dr. Abraham Lavender's article on French Huguenot CryptoJews
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/50.1.1.1.1.1.1.3/mb.ashx
They have an excellent search routine of both articles and magazine backissues. The word "Huguenot" got ten hits. The exact article SEARCHING FOR CRYPTOJEWS IN FRANCE: FROM SPANISH JEWS TO FRENCH HUGUENOTS appears in the magazine HaLapid, Volume V, Spring 1997, pp. 46, whole issue downloadable as PDF.<br><br><a href="http://scjs.us/articles.php" target="_blank">http://scjs.us/articles.php</a>
20160120 19:21:28Z
dankoberry
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Re: Does anyone know the name "Assa"
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/31.1.1.1.2.2/mb.ashx
I have this on Ellen Asay and a bit more:<br>This is my husband's family. I would love copies of the tintypes if you still have them!<br>.AARON Winfield.9 LEEDS (FELIX CALEB8, AARON7, FELIX6, NEHEMIAH5, JAPHETH4, DANIEL3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1851.He married ELLEN ASAY August 27, 1871 in Rock Island, IL, daughter of ELWELL ASAY and LOVINA MCDOWELL.She was born Abt. 18501854.<br> <br>Children of AARON LEEDS and ELLEN ASAY are: <br> i. LEWIS M.10 LEEDS, b. 1873.<br> ii. CAROLINE M. LEEDS, b. 1875.<br> iii. ALLIE L. LEEDS, b. 1876.<br>10. iv. MARTHA E. LEEDS, b. June 15, 1877, Rock Island, Illinois; d. 1930.<br> v. FREDERICK LEEDS, b. 1880.<br> vi. PEARL LEEDS, b. 1882.<br> vii. ROBERT LEEDS, b. 1884.<br><br>Martha Swaim Wyckoff
20151224 07:32:00Z
marthaswaim
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Re: Ashkenazi Jewish names
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/645.2/mb.ashx
You will find that Ashkenazi can only trace back to late1700's or at best early 1800's. <br>However, Sephardic can trace back to 1492!<br>Many Spanish in the 1600's were welcomed into Holland. <br>I just finished with a family that went back to 1688 in Holland because they were a Sephardic family that went to Holland and married there. some names were spanish but others began with van.<br><br>Sephardic are different in that they name their children after living people.<br>Sometimes they keep carying on the maiden name of mothers like the Spanish people do.
20151210 21:21:23Z
mensa73
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Re: A Large Selection of Sephardic Jewish Surnames
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/175.21/mb.ashx
I have been researching Sephardic families that mainly went to the Ottoman Empire since 1997. I now have over 190,000 people in my file. Some are NOT Sephardic names as they married nonSephardic spouses. Some are Mizrahi (Eastern), Romanote, Ashkenazi and other surnames.<br><br>Attached is the list of names I have when I hit 190,000 in June 2015. You can email me at <a href="mailto://valkana@ix.netcom.com">valkana@ix.netcom.com</a> <br><br><br>Aaron 27<br>Abadee 10<br>Abadi 149<br>Abadie 235<br>Abady 110<br>Abarbanel 14<br>Abastado 38<br>Abdala 17<br>Abdallah 78<br>Abdel Wahed 45<br>Abecassis 18<br>Abed 37<br>Abemayor 23<br>Abeni 10<br>Abigador 16<br>Abikzer 12<br>Abikzir 10<br>Abitbol 17<br>Aboab 12<br>Aboaf 161<br>Abolafia 435<br>Abolofia 33<br>Aboody 13<br>Abouaf 174<br>Abouav 36<br>Aboud 69<br>Aboudi 38<br>Abouharoun 25<br>Aboulafia 282<br>Abouteboul 12<br>Abraham 87<br>Abram 24<br>Abramowich 12<br>Abrams 54<br>Abravanel 312<br>Abravaya 126<br>Abrevaya 243<br>AbstadoAriel 12<br>Abu 16<br>Abuaf 46<br>Abukasis 27<br>Abulafia 270<br>Abzaradel 13<br>Acco 13<br>Acher 90<br>Ackerman 39<br>Acrich 21<br>Adams 42<br>Adato 180<br>Adatto 138<br>Adda 76<br>Adelson 10<br>Ades 428<br>Adjiman 72<br>Adler 34<br>Adutt 22<br>Aelion 13<br>Aelyon 49<br>Affoumado 12<br>Afif 12<br>Aflalo 148<br>Afoumado 30<br>Agami 26<br>Agassi 24<br>Aghion 169<br>Agi 62<br>Agiman 12<br>Agoado 70<br>Aguado 10<br>Aguilar 11<br>Aguilera 19<br>Aharon 15<br>Ahitov 33<br>Ainatchi 11<br>Ajami 15<br>Akrish 47<br>Aladjem 38<br>Alalouf 147<br>Alalu 57<br>Alaluf 102<br>Alazrachi 16<br>Alazraki 284<br>Alazraqui 12<br>Albagli 230<br>Albala 135<br>Albalas 10<br>Albeldas 13<br>Albert 17<br>Alboher 40<br>Albukrek 30<br>Alcabes 42<br>Alcalay 89<br>Alcana 16<br>Alcosser 24<br>Alcouloumre 21<br>Alculumbre 22<br>Alderoqui 15<br>Alderoty 10<br>Aldis 12<br>Aldoroty 23<br>Alevy 21<br>Alexander 44<br>Alfandari 46<br>Alfandary 33<br>Alfassa 58<br>Alfasso 25<br>Alfici 16<br>Alfie 11<br>Algamis 10<br>Algaze 258<br>Algazi 180<br>Algazy 23<br>Algranati 71<br>Algranatti 17<br>Algranti 72<br>Alhadef 105<br>Alhadeff 1378<br>Alhanati 110<br>Aljadef 16<br>Aljadeff 63<br>Alkalai 29<br>Alkana 246<br>Alkano 15<br>Allalouf 76<br>Allame 15<br>Allen 47<br>Almalech 12<br>Almaleh 95<br>Alman 16<br>Almeida 16<br>Almeleh 170<br>Almo 122<br>Almog 10<br>Almoslino 65<br>Almosnino 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35<br>Campeas 21<br>Campi 13<br>Candi 14<br>Candioti 55<br>Candiotte 10<br>Candiotti 203<br>Candiotty 21<br>Canetti 52<br>Cansino 36<br>Cantor 10<br>Cantos 20<br>Capelluto 379<br>Capeloto 143<br>Capelouto 255<br>Capeluto 131<br>Capilouto 53<br>Caplan 16<br>Capon 59<br>Capouano 24<br>Capouya 113<br>Cappon 10<br>Capsuto 64<br>Capua 17<br>Capuano 61<br>Capuia 20<br>Caraco 59<br>Carasso 193<br>Carciente 11<br>Carlson 10<br>Carmi 11<br>Carmona 113<br>Caro 54<br>Carrady 21<br>Carson 11<br>Carter 22<br>Casoetto 16<br>Caspi 23<br>Cassab 15<br>Casson 10<br>Cassorla 97<br>Cassouto 18<br>Cassuto 59<br>Castel 101<br>Castelli 12<br>Castillo 12<br>Caston 71<br>Castoriano 33<br>Castro 76<br>Catalan 22<br>Catarivas 10<br>Cattan 39<br>Cattaui 104<br>Caudron 24<br>Cava 23<br>Cavaliero 23<br>Cazes 77<br>Cesana 14<br>Chalem 33<br>Chalmers 13<br>Chalom 60<br>Chama 12<br>Chambers 10<br>Chami 17<br>Chamla 29<br>Chammah 10<br>Chamoula 10<br>Charhon 79<br>Chattah 18<br>Chayo 22<br>Chehebar 11<br>Chelton 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13<br>Doran 13<br>Dorra 11<br>Doueck 26<br>Douek 165<br>Douenias 34<br>Dowek 82<br>Dozeto 10<br>Dozetos 23<br>Dreyfus 11<br>Droker 11<br>Drori 10<br>Drucker 14<br>Dudaie 23<br>Duek 14<br>Dumanlar 12<br>Dvir 21<br>Dweck 85<br>Dwek 135<br>Eastern 30<br>Ebbo 12<br>Eckstein 12<br>Edelstein 23<br>Edery 15<br>Edmondson 11<br>Edwards 16<br>Ehrlich 10<br>Eisenberg 33<br>Eisman 13<br>El Afrangui 87<br>El Gamil 164<br>El Gazzar 196<br>El Kodsi 98<br>El Messafi 28<br>El Nassi 44<br>El Sebayegh 65<br>El Shami 23<br>El Tahan 186<br>El Tanani 159<br>El Tofahi 114<br>El Zayat 43<br>El Zayed 24<br>Elalouf 17<br>Elazar 34<br>Elbaz 11<br>Elgamil 14<br>Elhadef 23<br>Eli 16<br>Elia 78<br>Eliahou 58<br>Eliakim 23<br>Elias 240<br>EliaShaul 18<br>Elichaa 71<br>Eliezer 31<br>Eliovson 10<br>Elkebir 41<br>Ellel 12<br>Ellia 11<br>Ellis 19<br>Elmaleh 25<br>Elnecave 17<br>Elo 18<br>Emanuel 13<br>Engel 10<br>Enriques 13<br>Entebi 12<br>Ephraim 16<br>Ephrati 11<br>Epstein 36<br>Erez 12<br>Ergas 258<br>Ergaz 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152<br>Tarragano 19<br>Tastassa 42<br>Taub 24<br>Taubman 16<br>Tavil 12<br>Tawfik 30<br>Tawil 191<br>Taybel 16<br>Taylor 61<br>Tazartes 31<br>Tchenio 21<br>Tchikvashvili 23<br>Tedeschi 10<br>Tedesco 11<br>Teitelbaum 11<br>Telias 14<br>Termin 17<br>Terracina 10<br>Testa 56<br>Teubal 10<br>Tevah 10<br>Thomas 34<br>Thompson 43<br>Tiano 34<br>Tilche 115<br>Timan 11<br>Timar 12<br>Tobal 11<br>Tobey 16<br>Tobias 20<br>Tobin 10<br>Todd 10<br>Todros 19<br>Toledano 99<br>Toledo 56<br>Toranto 17<br>Torres 50<br>Totah 25<br>Toueg 12<br>Tourial 21<br>Touriel 60<br>Toussieh 14<br>Touzard 14<br>Tovi 13<br>Townsend 12<br>Treger 10<br>Treves 146<br>Tréves <br>Trevis <br>Tuby 13<br>Turiel 96<br>Turner 37<br>Turtledove 13<br>Tweg 12<br>Twena 59<br>Ucuzoglu 17<br>Uziel 80<br>Vais 22<br>Valero 15<br>Valinsky 19<br>Vandevoir 10<br>Vargas 13<br>Varon 681<br>Varsano 31<br>Vaz 17<br>Ventura 204<br>Vidal 34<br>Villaflor 10<br>Villanueva 23<br>Vincent 14<br>Vines 16<br>Vitas 40<br>Viterbo 20<br>Vivante 117<br>Volen 11<br>Wacker 11<br>Wagman 10<br>Wagner 24<br>Wahba 30<br>Wahnish 26<br>Wainer 13<br>Waldman 16<br>Walker 44<br>Wallace 17<br>Ward 26<br>Warner 14<br>Warren 19<br>Wasserman 15<br>Watson 15<br>Weber 17<br>Weil 82<br>Weill 20<br>Weinberg 21<br>Weiner 52<br>WeinishKrantz 10<br>Weinstein 76<br>Weintraub 18<br>Weiser 17<br>Weiss 70<br>Wells 10<br>West 21<br>Wexler 13<br>White 42<br>Wiener 28<br>Wilder 10<br>Wilk 11<br>Williams 70<br>Wilson 55<br>Winter 19<br>Wolf 50<br>Wolfe 12<br>Wolff 13<br>Wolfson 18<br>Wood 14<br>Woods 10<br>Wrechner 14<br>Wright 15<br>Yaacoub 16<br>Yabes 21<br>Yack 13<br>Yacoel 32<br>Yafet 37<br>Yaffe 69<br>Yahya 22<br>Yallouz 11<br>Yanar 14<br>Yanni 19<br>Yedid 45<br>YedidLevy 25<br>Yehuda 46<br>Yerusalmi 30<br>Yerushalmi 110<br>Yofan 10<br>Yohai 147<br>Yohay 20<br>Yolles 10<br>Yomtob 27<br>Yomtov 12<br>Yosha 17<br>Youcha 17<br>Young 32<br>Younis 10<br>Yousha 11<br>Youshah 17<br>Zacharia 49<br>Zacks 10<br>Zacuto 92<br>Zagdoun 31<br>Zakharia 38<br>Zalma 17<br>Zamir 10<br>Zara 13<br>Zaragoza 16<br>Zarka 16<br>Zarkon 14<br>Zarmati 34<br>Zayan 22<br>Zebede 15<br>Zeitoun 13<br>Zeitouni 40<br>Zeitune 23<br>Zelouf 14<br>Zibil 11<br>Zilkha 32<br>Zimmerman 16<br>Zipper 16<br>Zirulnik 12<br>Zohar 11<br>Zonana 17<br>Zubeida 85<br>Zuckerman 14<br>Zvi 11<br>Zwirn 10<br>
20150920 16:44:15Z
valkana
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/175.21/mb.ashx

Re: A Large Selection of Sephardic Jewish Surnames
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/175.20/mb.ashx
Interesting list. Some Sephardic lineages date so far back and have become so assimilated as to be almost untraceable. This is more prevalent among people who can link to Jewish families in 1315th century Spain, where expulsion or Christianization was forced during the time that Columbus was discovering the West Indies. <br><br>Many newlyChristianized Jews migrated to Spanish colonies in the new world (e.g. Mexico) where Hernan Cortes (the guy who conquered the Aztecs) was not enforcing the Inquisition so far as the Jews were concerned.<br><br>My last name is Blanco, which is in that list. I can trace back other threads of my family tree to the 'de la Caballeria' family in Inquisitionera Spain, but the Blanco name, which I suspect may be of "marrano" origin, may be untraceable beyond a few generations.
20150919 22:08:20Z
dblan023
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/175.20/mb.ashx

Re: French Canadien names
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/157.5/mb.ashx
Hello,<br><br>I do hope this gets to you as the post is from way back in 2004.<br>I am researching my husbands Quebec ancestry. I have come across the name Moise also.<br>Love to touch base with you.<br><br>Cheers, Carolyn<br><a href="mailto://carolynarchambault@hotmail.ca">carolynarchambault@hotmail.ca</a><br><br>
20150908 18:36:21Z
CarolynArchambault
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/157.5/mb.ashx

Re: Surnames: Saenz, Sephardic
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/107.3.2/mb.ashx
My family ancestry in the Americas goes back to the 1600s according to the oral history of our Saenz family. One story was of a Jose Saenz that served under Commander Bernal de Galvez as a military advisor to the colonists revolt against England aka American Revolution. He was attached to the troops of General George Washington at Valley Forge. According to the story, he helped get supplies to the colonists from Nuevo España. He and his troops collected and safeguarded the delivery of stuff like beef, leather goods, weapons and clothing from the Donativo program that Spain organized to assist the American Revolution. According to records from the US Dept of Defense Library, Nuevo España funded 80% of the American Revolution and never asked for any repayment. Later, the US stabbed Mexico in the back and stole the lands that consist of today's Calif, Oregon, Nevada, Montana, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Colorado, Oklahoma and other parts of the western states. The name Saenz may be a phonetic play on the word Zion?
20150818 04:37:24Z
erniescollege
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/107.3.2/mb.ashx

Re: Ashkenazi Jewish names
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/645.1/mb.ashx
No, but you can request on by clicking on the 'Request New Board' link on the bottom of this or any board page.
20150714 21:38:15Z
jasche
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/645.1/mb.ashx

Re: Shepardic Jewish Surnames
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/642.1/mb.ashx
without further info I would think the given names are not usually used by Jewish people. the surname doesn't sound sephardic.<br><br>try lookin gup in the census thses2 people or give info for others t odo so esply under jewish roots board.
20150714 21:33:22Z
mensa73
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/642.1/mb.ashx

Ashkenazi Jewish names
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/645/mb.ashx
Is there a list of the Ashkenazi Jewish surnames like the Sephardic?<br>
20150627 16:23:17Z
rosemary_lohman70
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/645/mb.ashx

Lorton and Jewish connection
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/601.1.1.1.1.1.1.2/mb.ashx
Hi I dont know if you will still get this or not, but<br>I was tracing back some geneology and found a connection in mine that I was suspecting was<br>Jewish from a different line but your Israel Lorton's line married into it.<br>What more do you know of have you found out?<br>thanks<br>Naomi
20150504 05:36:20Z
yootahboy
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/601.1.1.1.1.1.1.2/mb.ashx

Re: A Large Selection of Sephardic Jewish Surnames
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/175.2.6/mb.ashx
I knew that somehow.....so i am catalan born in barcelona and mi surnames are Munoz Gallard....i am not jew. I am a Catalan...a charnego one...but old......how you deal with that ????<br>
20150401 20:28:43Z
ori2001
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/175.2.6/mb.ashx

Re: A Large Selection of Sephardic Jewish Surnames
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/175.4.1/mb.ashx
Shalom alechen everyone!<br><br>I just came here to add my simple contribution and help to Brazilian descendants of Bnei Anusim or Marranos seeking detailed information about why their last names appear to be of Jewish origin. To do this, I suggest the search of this information, among other ways, through consultation and information request to my cousin, the Brazilian historian Flavius Rogério Ribeiro de Sá Cohen who is also geneticist and has the most complete specialized libraries of research on the history and the Brazilian Jewish genealogy Marrano families, new Christian, anusim or Sephardic origin.<br><br>Try to get in touch and learn about the work of Flávio Rogério Ribeiro de Sá Cohen, he is even able to track up to the Jewish ancestor, settler founder or patriarch who gave some families of Marrano origin in Brazil and Latin America.<br><br>He speaks several languages and meets all without ceremony, and that is very attentive, polite and dedicated studies working out, citing abundant bibliography. In addition, there are several research of his texts in Eng, Spanish and French, as references published by him on the Internet in Brazil, and abroad on the specific fears of Jewish origin of Portuguese families, Spanish and Latin American, not to mention he also investigates Ashkenazi family. Contact with it can be done either by facebook: Flavio Sa Cohen, and by email: <a href="mailto://sacohen@bol.com.br">sacohen@bol.com.br</a>.<br><br>All the texts found on the Internet under the title '' The Origins Sephardic Jewish family .... '' (FOLLOWED THE FAMILY NAME) are authored by Flávio, including having some unscrupulous people who requested it such studies such for example, one such called Mariel Marra and Claudimy Carneiro, had them published posing as authors thereof.<br><br>Below is a sample text of the Flávio de Sá Cohen work:<br><br>'' For Flávio Rogério Ribeiro de Sá Cohen ...<br> <br>Well observing their their surnames and Silva Barbosa, I can tell you that yes, you are descendants of Portuguese as most Brazilians. But as the origin of the strains of their last names, I can tell still very mais.Pelo Silva surname, whether it is of common origin as if el is of noble lineage origin, descended from the same members of ancient lineage romana Portuguese espanhola that the High Middle Ages married members of a Jewish descendants of the ancient lineages of King David through the Arab prince of Damascus  Syria, Abdel Raman III, the seventh Emir of Cordoba in Medieval century Spain 89 DC, which was a adnanita Arab ie, was a direct descendant of Judah or Judas Gamalah, who lived about 2000 years ago in ancient Israel and from there migrated to Saudi fleeing persecution promoted by the Romans, being also point out that Judas of Gamalah was cousin in second or third grade of Jesus of Nazareth, the paternal greatgrandparents both were brothers.<br> <br>Have Regarding your surname Barbosa it is also of Sephardic Jewish origin because Barbosa was a nickname adopted by a Nunes branch of the family who also descended from King David. And remember King David had 20 children with official wives and another hundred with secondary wives or concubines and currently there are about 85 to 100 million descendants, and between families of Portuguese origin and Spanish that connstam as descendants the Davidic line, among other people with last names like: Cardozo, Cardoso, Cardoza, Cardosa, Mattos, Amaral, Almeida, Cunha Pereira, Oliveira, Mendonça, Menezes, Souza, Sousa, Sosa, Loureiro, Figueiredo, Maia, Sa, Saa, Moura, Moorish, Gomes Ribeiro Dias, Bragança, Évora, Fernandes, Gonsalves, Goncalves, Martins, Melo, Colonel, Perez, Peres, Pires, who descended from two strains primcipais Davidic, the first through David ben Zakkai and his son Sisnando Davidez of Coimbra and Judas second to Gamalah Abdel Raman III, in addition to these there are many other, at least unas 30 to 50 more families including his Barbosa and the very popular Silva. The intertwining of families that began at the time of the Roman Empire and spread throughout the Middle Ages, was through many mixed marriages between Jews, Christians and Muslims of Jewish origin, as evidenced by the three historically the Catholic Church councils who tried in vain to prohibit such marriages.<br> <br>I managed to clarify partly doubts about the origins of their sobrenomes.Daqui to August'll send you a more detailed study on the subject. To facilitate receiving more information, you can add me on your facebook, if you prefer and desire. My facebook is Flávio Sá Cohen and the email is the same. The eternal and blessed God of Israel greatly bless you and your whole family descended from the House of David, with the blessings reserved to his people Israel, amen! Am Yisrael Chai! Baruch Ha Shem! ''
20150216 23:26:26Z
tucmancohen
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/175.4.1/mb.ashx

Shepardic Jewish Surnames
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/642/mb.ashx
I recently found my surname Chipman on a few lists of Shepardic Jewish surnames and a few current Jewish Chipmans and was wondering if anyone knew if the John and Elizabeth Chipman line is involved.
20150203 02:18:56Z
chipmananthony81
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/642/mb.ashx

Re: A Large Selection of Sephardic Jewish Surnames
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/175.19/mb.ashx
Does anyone have any data on how Chipman got on the list and if the John and Elizabeth Chipman Line is involved?
20150203 02:16:17Z
chipmananthony81
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/175.19/mb.ashx

Re: Jimenez (BenShimon) Sephardic Spanish Last Names
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/623.2.1/mb.ashx
My parents last names are Sephardic jews. The original jews became "sephardic" because they called Spain "Sepharad" = Far away. My mother's last names PerezJimenez have Hebrew origin. My father's last names UrbinaAragon are also Hebrews. I proved my Jewish heritage with DNA testing. The regions are good enough. <br><br>Site that lists Hebrew last names: <a href="http://www.asialnegev.org" target="_blank">www.asialnegev.org</a>
20150102 03:21:46Z
jorge_urbina
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/623.2.1/mb.ashx

Ang: Urdinola
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/116.2/mb.ashx
hola mi padre ezs de Roldanillo vale del cauca<br>yo de la cumbre valle del cauca<br>tengo alguna información que la lo mejor puede ser relevante
20141228 18:21:49Z
urdinola56
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/116.2/mb.ashx

Re: Jimenez (BenShimon) Sephardic Spanish Last Names
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/623.2/mb.ashx
Dear Ben,<br>my maiden last name is Jimenez also.<br>I am from Costa Rica but live in USA.<br>My sister in CR mention something similar to what you are saying regarding our last name Jimenez . Some well informed person gave her some history regarding Jimenez last name.<br>I will ask her for some more information about this subject.<br>My email is aixaroberts@ gmail.com <br>Sincerely<br>Aixa
20141207 00:09:46Z
aixaroberts
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/623.2/mb.ashx

Re: Vargas, Varga
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/633.1.1.1.1.1/mb.ashx
amazing research !!! Thank you to all !<br>This is a great website to research Sephardic names and history ..in many languages .<br><br><a href="http://www.sephardim.com/namelist.shtml?mode=form&from=P&to=P&Search=Search" target="_blank">http://www.sephardim.com/namelist.shtml?mode=form&from=P...</a>
20141117 02:43:01Z
Kadima55
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/633.1.1.1.1.1/mb.ashx

Re: Jimenez (BenShimon) Sephardic Spanish Last Names
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/623.1.2/mb.ashx
may i suggest checking your names and history in this website <<br><a href="http://www.sephardim.com/namelist.shtml?mode=form&from=G&to=J&Search=Search" target="_blank">http://www.sephardim.com/namelist.shtml?mode=form&from=G...</a>
20141117 02:05:28Z
Kadima55
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/623.1.2/mb.ashx

Re: DNA markers for Sephardim
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/637.1/mb.ashx
May i suggest getting the ancestry.com DNA test as I did . It was enlightening and rather accurate, almost country by country.
20141117 02:01:39Z
Kadima55
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/637.1/mb.ashx

Re: NC Ancestor with Sephardic surname Rodriguez
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/625.2/mb.ashx
Hello, I'm in the boon familly. Although I don't know anything about Ziltha Rodriguez, Joshua is in our direct line. Would you like to know more?
20141025 07:16:07Z
COKONUT32
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/625.2/mb.ashx

Re: Benshafrut, Chiprut, Ciprut, Ibnshiprut etc
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/186.2.1.2/mb.ashx
Hi Ronnie<br>Just saw your note to Vicki <br>Appreciate if you can share your findings with me , about our ancestors .<br>Many thanks Linette
20141019 11:51:15Z
lciprut
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/186.2.1.2/mb.ashx

Seeking: ATWELL ATTWELL COLLINS England to Virginia, possible Sephardic ancestry (Inquisition escapees)
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/640/mb.ashx
My ancestor Thomas Attwell alias Collins was imported in 1650 to Virginia along with his wife, from England. Our family lore says that "“The Atwell family were originally from Spain, but went to England in the days of the Spanish Inquisition, and later, our branch of the family came to the United States. They were some of the first settlers of the State of Virginia (The Old Dominion). One of the Atwell boys in the pioneer days married an Indian girl (to the dismay of the family) and it was from these two that our line is descended."<br><br>Thomas Attwell alias Collins was likely illegitimate and contracted as an indentured servant. The Collins alias gave me a (farfetched) idea: that the alias was a second last name, in the Spanish tradition (retained, perhaps). Attwell could have been AlTawil (Arabic: الطويل, or “The Tall”), and Collins could have been Colina, which I’ve read is FrenchfromPortuguese; the Sephardim.com site has a family crest for Colina. I realize this is very very tenuous but a lot of Inquisition escapees did go to Portugal (rather than England, which I was surprised to hear our ancestors had gone to, as Jews were apparently banned from England during that time), and later some Portuguese “converso” merchants set up shop in London. From what I have read, in 1609 (?) a group of them who were secretly holding Jewish religious services and meeting as a community had a schism and half the community denounced the other half as cryptoJews to the authorities. They were forced to flee London. I don’t know where they went, but as far as I’m aware the ship Thomas sailed on was from London, so perhaps his family (only a generation or so before) had gone into hiding.<br><br>Anyway  I'd love to hear your thoughts  thanks so much!<br><br>Sabrina<br><br>P.S. Atwell is also spelled Attwell and Attawell. As you go back through the records the spelling gets closer to Attawell, which in turn reminds me of AlTawil.
20140927 10:34:42Z
autumnleaves_sz
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/640/mb.ashx

Looking for relatives of Moses (Morris) and Emily Gelardino
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/639/mb.ashx
My 2nd great grandparents were named Moses (Morris) Gelardino and Matilda Diaz. I am looking for any other relatives of the Gelardino (which may also have been spelled Djelardini) family of Izmir, Turkey. My great grandmother, Emily (Emma) Gelardino, immigrated to the Bronx in New York with her husband, Abraham (Albert) Algranati, their children and her mother Matilda. If any of this sounds familiar to you, please reply.
20140916 00:19:12Z
marcy_grant
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Re: French Canadian names
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/157.3.2.1.1.4/mb.ashx
My father is FrenchCanadian on his mother's side. I came across this old thread and was very interested because he just did the DNA test through ancestry and "surprise" his test came back with a small percentage of middleeastern DNA. Now I'm looking through my mother's tree and came upon the first names Ellisee, Abraham and Judith in her Rigaud line. Well, well...apparently this is more common than I thought!
20140619 14:24:00Z
kristinewilliams75
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/157.3.2.1.1.4/mb.ashx

Galindo Gomes
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/635/mb.ashx
Ancestry sephardim
20140609 12:03:35Z
pathylu23
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/635/mb.ashx

DNA markers for Sephardim
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/637/mb.ashx
Anyone know specific DNA markers for Sephardim and if ancestry.com lists that as they do for European Jews? If not, what areas might be typically indicative of Sephardim? (i.e., North Africa, Middle East, Iberian Peninsula?)
20140609 06:11:19Z
beagleranch53182
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/637/mb.ashx

Re: Surname: Weintraub
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/172.2.1/mb.ashx
fyi dear rose passed away several years ago.in Az.
20140425 16:47:33Z
mensa73
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Re: Surname: Weintraub
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/172.2/mb.ashx
My surname is Weintraub with roots in Eastern Europe. So far, I've traced the Weintraubs to southern Galicia in the late 1800's. I've just started researching, and would be happy to collaborate if it looks like we are related.<br><br>Barbara Weintraub
20140317 06:06:28Z
30blw30
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/172.2/mb.ashx

Sizemore Jewish/Native Indian Ancestry
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/634/mb.ashx
the early 16th century, Bartholeme de Las Casas became the champion of the Native American Indians, devoting his lifetime to improving the conditions—in the West Indies, Peru and Guatemala. Las Casas wrote: "These Indians can bring near the redemption. If we treat them humanely in this world and convert them to Christianity, we are preparing for the redemption of the Western world in the messianic era. Their conversion is apt indeed, as I am convinced the Indians originate in Ancient Israel. Indeed, I can bring proofs from the Bible that they are of the Lost Tribes." The association of the Indians with the Lost Tribes was heard again and again. The report by Portuguese traveler Antonio Montezinos some 120 years later aroused remarkable interest. "It was a thrilling journey I took in South America. Now that I am back in Amsterdam, I must share with you some incredible news. There is a Jewish Indian tribe living beyond the mountain passes of the Andes. Indeed, I myself heard them recite the She'ma (the expression of the Jewish faith) and saw them observe the Jewish rituals.<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bartolom%C3%A9_de_las_Casas" target="_blank">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bartolom%C3%A9_de_las_Casas</a> Look for the" A New Subhaplogroup of Native American YChromosomes From the Andes" on the net..There was a Jewish Indian tribe living beyond the mountain passes of the Andes. Our NA as well as our Jewish lines may have come from the same person. From one of these Lost Tribes. This is my theory...
20140307 08:22:11Z
SizemoreFamilyKY
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Re: Sizemore Jewish/Native Indian Ancestry
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/634.1/mb.ashx
There is absolutely nothing in the genealogical records for the Sizemores, or the DNA results of the participants, that indicates any genetic Jewish connection. Nor does the Sizemore surname appear in the article: <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bartolom%C3%A9_de_las_Casas" target="_blank">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bartolom%C3%A9_de_las_Casas</a> <br><br>See my postings on this message board in 2003:<br><a href="http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/127.1/mb.ashx" target="_blank">http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic...</a><br><br>Joy King<br>Admin of the Sizemore DNA project:<br><br>My theory:<br><a href="http://www.sizemorednaproject.com/history_surname.html" target="_blank">http://www.sizemorednaproject.com/history_surname.html</a><br> <br>My posting to the Sizemore message board:<br><a href="http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.sizemore/2726/mb.ashx" target="_blank">http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.sizemore/2726/mb.ashx</a><br> <br>The up to date DNA results:<br><a href="http://www.familytreedna.com/public/SIZEMORE_DNA" target="_blank">http://www.familytreedna.com/public/SIZEMORE_DNA</a><br>
20140106 14:19:38Z
JYKing
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Re: Vargas, Varga
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/633.1.1.1.1/mb.ashx
<br><br>Hello, Mr. Robert. You are doing quite a research about surnames.<br>I have noticed You are a very active member on this website.<br>Nice work.<br><br><br>This thread was dedicated to other surname at the begining.<br><br><br>If You wish to explore more about Vargas or Varga name, please open another thtead. Thank You.<br><br><br>Replying Your letter:<br><br>You have presented Ashkenazi Jewish names.<br><br>There are differences between Sephardic (Spanish/Middle Eastern) and Ashkenazic (German/Eastern European) Jews. Historically, Sephardic Jews have been more integrated into the local nonJewish culture than Ashkenazic<br><br>Vargas – common Sephardic/Jewish name, (town Vargas, Spain).<br>Noble family with it's own coat of arms.<br>In immigration usually was written Varga.<br><br>Regarding Jews in Hungary::<br><br>From archive newspaper in year 1944: “The Fueggetlenseg, official organ of the Hungarian government, states that the authorities have started taking over Jewish leather firms valued at fifty million pengos, about ten million dollars. “ <a href="http://www.jta.org/1944/09/10/archive/hungaryrenewslargescaleconfiscationofjewishpropertyseizes10000000ingoods" target="_blank">http://www.jta.org/1944/09/10/archive/hungaryrenewslarges...</a><br><br>Commonly used term for shoemaker in Hungary is cipész.<br>Varga is an ancient term, not used in contemporary Hungarian and means " leatherworker" or leather repairman; someone who works with leather. <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Varga" target="_blank">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Varga</a><br>As such, varga also was in use to refer to saddle makers.<br><br>Varga is also a village in Baranya county, Hungary. Known for the leather factory that was owned by the family of the same name. <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Varga,_Hungary" target="_blank">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Varga,_Hungary</a><br>Even today some Vargas families own leather manufacturing industry.(Brazil, Mexico, USA).<br><br>("Benjamin Varga (18051889) also was in saddle trade. Heaving been saddlemaker in Hungary, he and his four sons (John, Alexander, Joseph and Paul) made family business flourished, and in 1954 the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce saluted the Ben Varga Saddlery as one of the few centuryold businesses in the city." <a href="http://www.staff.uszeged.hu/~gnovak/vn.htm" target="_blank">http://www.staff.uszeged.hu/~gnovak/vn.htm</a> )<br><br>Historry:<br><br>Already in 1251, King Bela IV gave Jews legal rights and welcomed Jewish immigration.<br><br>First big wave of Jews in Hungary were Sephardic Jews after expulsion from Spain in 1492.” Sephardim were an important portion if not a majority of the Jews in Hungary and Transylvania under Turkish rule, dealing in local and international trade and paying taxes in return for their rights; their religious and scholarly life flourished. But at the end of Turkish domination in 1686 and 1690, respectively, most preferred to return to the Ottoman Empire. The remaining few were gradually assimilated among waves of Ashkenazic immigration from Bohemia, Austria, and Galicia.” <a href="http://www.yivoencyclopedia.org/article.aspx/Sephardim" target="_blank">http://www.yivoencyclopedia.org/article.aspx/Sephardim</a><br><br>German sounding names that You have posted are Ashkenazi, that came with second large wave of immigration.<br><br>It could be, that in medieval time Sephardi Vargas were trading with leather and the name stuck with leather. Sephards had big families, so name could spread fast. At the time that Ashkenazi Jews arrived, Sephardic Jews already adopted Hungarian language and gradually assimilated.<br>Maybe Hungarian linguist/historian could help with etymological/historical roots<br>of word varga in Hungary, since term is ancient and not in common use.<br>Tracking surname in local Hungarian files some centuries back, also would show some transparency.<br>Varga family tree researchers from Hungary.<br><br>Surname Varga is today very common in Hungary.<br><br>If family name Varga is Sephardim by origin, coming from Iberian Vargas, DNA test should show Y chromosome.<br><br>If name was adopted as an occupational, local Hungarian surname, testing should display results.<br><br>Answer is in genetics.<br><br>Just to add: The Y chromosome is passed down exclusively from father to son.<br>However, women interested in this type of genetic testing are invited to recruit a male relative to have the test done.<br> <br>“Males can test their YDNA to determine the origin of their paternal line, including the possibility of Jewish and Cohanim ancestry. Note that the YDNA strictly checks the paternal line, with no influence from any females along that line. Females do not receive the YDNA, and therefore females cannot be tested for the paternal line. If you are a female and would like to know about your paternal line, you would need to have a brother or a male relative from that line to be tested.” SOURCE: <a href="http://www.familytreedna.com/landing/jewishancestry.aspx" target="_blank">http://www.familytreedna.com/landing/jewishancestry.aspx</a><br> <br><br>There is a link to Jewish WWII victims in Hungary with name Varga (more than 100 enlisted): <a href="http://db.yadvashem.org/names/nameResults.html?language=en&applid=SAPIR6&queryId=JAGUAR25VM_3048_169312&page=3" target="_blank">http://db.yadvashem.org/names/nameResults.html?language=en&a...</a><br> Total number of Shoah victims when You type in Varga, is 363. So name obviously was chased as Jewish. Also spanish and biblical first names indicate jewish ancestry.<br>At Jasenovac (concentration camp,Croatia) , 75 Varga victims:<br><a href="https://vh1.nethosting.com/~lituchy/victim_search.php?field=lastname&searchtype=contains&data=varga&submit=Go" target="_blank">https://vh1.nethosting.com/~lituchy/victim_search.php?field=...</a><br><br><br>For more information contact European Assotiation for Jewish Studies., prof. dr. Peter Varga (University of Budapest).<br><a href="http://eurojewishstudies.org/scholar_shortdisplay.php?idscholar=694" target="_blank">http://eurojewishstudies.org/scholar_shortdisplay.php?idscho...</a><br><br><br>Eastern European Jews began to immigrate to the United States in large numbers after 1880.<br>Between 1880 snd 1924, over 2 million Jews from Russia, AustriaHungary, and Romania came to America.<br><br><br><br>
20131221 04:31:26Z
kyradesree
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/633.1.1.1.1/mb.ashx

Re: Vargas, Varga
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/633.1.1.1/mb.ashx
It may likely be that the Jewish population in Hungary which uses the name VARGA adapted it in Hungary, a practice which was common, as you can see from the writings of Alexander Beider Phd (in Jewish studies) in his book, A Dictionary of Jewish Surnames<br><br><br>The great majority of European Jews took their surnames from the end of the eighteenth century to the middle of the nineteenth, when state legislation required the adoption of hereditary names. The first law was promulgated in 1787 by Emperor Joseph II and was applied to all Jews of the Habsburg Empire, most of whom lived in Galicia. Jews were free to choose their names subject to approval of Austrian officials. If a Jew had not chosen a name, one was assigned. The choice depended only on an Austrian official’s imagination.<br><br>Almost all names were based on German words. Many referred to occupations, and others designated personal qualities. The most populous category, however, consisted of artificial names drawn directly from various lexical layers of the German language and unrelated to characteristics of their first bearers. Among these were names of flora and fauna, metals and stones, natural phenomena, food, and household utensils. In many names of that group one can distinguish unmistakable ornamental elements: they are drawn from words that have positive associations. This is particularly true of names derived from adjectives: Ehrlich, Rechtschaffen, and Redlich (honest); Freundlich (friendly); Frisch (fresh); Fröhlich (happy); Geduldig (patient); Glücklich (lucky); Herzlich (warmhearted); Lieblich (charming); Superfein (topquality); and Tugendhaft (virtuous). For other names, the semantics is neutral. Derogatory names exist as well, though their proportion is small. Among the examples are Deligtisch (criminal), Geschwür (ulcer), Kaker (crapper), Harn (urine), Niemand (nobody), Affengesicht (monkey’s face), Bleichfrosch (pale frog), Schmutzbank (dirty bench), and Wanzreich (rich in bugs, or realm of bugs).<br><br>The derogatory names at the end of his list are interesting as this occurred in many countries among many ethnic groups and is thought by many to to a form of protest used when civil authorities required people to take surnames<br><br>Robert
20131218 10:41:48Z
RobertJerin
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/633.1.1.1/mb.ashx

Vargas, Varga
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<br><br>Vargas – common Sephardic/Jewish name, originating from Spain and Porugal. <br><br>Meaning : <br>A locational from a town called Vargas, Spain<br>B In different areas of Spain word can mean a hut, and in other parts, a hillside.<br><br>In immigration usually was written Varga.<br><br>The records of Jewish Hungary database archive enlists name Varga: <a href="http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~allcountry2" target="_blank">http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~allcountr...</a><br>Jewish community in Hungary was back in time quite strong and families had numerous members.. Large numbers of Jews moved to the growing cities in the 15th century; the first "historical communities" were formed at that time (Buda, Esztergom, Sopron, Tata, Óbuda). Budapest has some 20 synagogues. The 19thcentury Dohány Synagogue in Budapest is the largest in Europe (second largest in the world) and was recently renovated. <a href="http://www.worldjewishcongress.org/en/communities/26" target="_blank">http://www.worldjewishcongress.org/en/communities/26</a><br> Leading private banks in Hungary were of Jewish origin: :<a href="http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/judaica/ejud_0002_0003_0_01978.html" target="_blank">http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/judaica/ejud_000...</a><br><br>Thank You for adding info. for varga as occupational name in Hungary.<br>When the name is found in other countries outside those of its origin, it may not be possible to tell whether it is Hungarian or Iberian.<br><br><br>
20131218 06:58:20Z
kyradesree
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Re: Zurga, Žurga, Zarga
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/633.1/mb.ashx
.Hungarian word varga means cobbler<br><br>VARGA <br><br>Name Meaning Hungarian: occupational name from Hungarian varga ‘cobbler’, ‘shoemaker’. BG It is also found as a Slovenian surname in easternmost Slovenia.Czech and Slovak: nickname for a miserable or complaining person, from vargat ‘lament’, ‘moan’, ‘complain’.Slovak and Ukrainian: descriptive nickname from varga ‘lip’. Compare Polish Warga. DM.<br><br>Source: Dictionary of American Family Names ©2013, Oxford University Press
20131218 00:40:44Z
RobertJerin
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Zurga, Žurga, Zarga
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/633/mb.ashx
<br><br>Zurga, Žurga, Zarga<br><br><br>Names can be traced back to name Zarraga.<br>Family name Zarraga is of Jewish  Sephardic medieval tradition.<br><br>It's roots are in Marocco (Town Dar Ben Zarga),<br><br>With coming to Iberian penisula , name was written mostly as Zarraga (also Saragga/Sarraga/Saraga  region Laredo, Spain).<br><br>On March 31, 1492  The Edict of Expulsion of the Jews was signed by Ferdinand and Isabella. Spanish inquisition expelled Jews from Spain and Portugal.<br><br>In other parts of Europe name transcription addopted to new homeland in the way to preserve original vocal pronunciation : Sirge, Sierge (Germany), England (Zurga), Zarga (Hungary), Zurga, Surga, Shurga (Bosnia), Žurga (Slovenia). (In Hungary this surname is still there today , but is not from that region by it's origin.There was strong jewish community in Hungary , but today much is forgotten , because holokaust wiped out people and much of heitage. (For example name Varga (today in Hungary and Slovenia) comes from sephardic name Vargas.) In Croatia name Žurga spread from town Čabar near Slovenian border.. Unlike Croatia , where was much hatered toward Jews from croatian Ustaši (deportation of Banja Luka and other Bosnian Jews to Jasenovac nazi camp), there were places also in Europe , where Jews could settle in peacefully, but usually in communities , where there were no synagogues and were not chased. During turbulent time in Bosnia (18/19 ct. pravoslav pressure on Jewish well organised communities), families found new home in Slovenia, America,...<br><br>With time, names blended in with local names of certain region, especially under pressure of political unrest.<br><br>With time ancertry was forgotten also.<br><br>Sephardic Jews, those who originated in Spain, first began using hereditary surnames in the 1500s. The Arab and Spanish cultures were the two major influences on Sephardic surnames. Spain was under Moorish Moslem rule from the 700s to the 1200s, and Jewish family names developed under the influence of Arab custom. After the Arabs were driven out of Spain, Jews made their Arabicsounding names sound more like Spanish.<br>After the Inquisition (at the end of the 15th century and throughout the 16th ) Sephardic Jews immigrated from Iberian peninsula to other countries, and their surnames came to fit the language and culture of their new homelands: Greece, Italy, Holland, France, England, Germany, Hungary, Bosnia …Throughout the medieval period in Europe, the Sephards were treated as elites among Jews. They had education and often great wealth. They traditionally had big families.<br>From the arrival of twentythree Jews in the New World in 1654 (book: A New Promised Land: A History of Jews in America), the biggest number of Jews immigrated to America in so called Century of immigration :1820 – 1924.<br>Under the threat of nazi pressure Jews also immigrated from European counties to America (South America, US), Australia, ...<br>During WWII from about nine million Jews who had resided in Europe before the Holocaust, approximately twothirds were killed.<br><br>To research ancestry also DNA testing is available today.<br>It shows specific y chromosome to person with sephardic heritage.<br><br><br>
20131217 23:29:14Z
kyradesree
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Re: Surname: Pinto
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/105.5.1/mb.ashx
Shalom to distant Pinto Jewish cousins,<br>I read all the comments from several Pinto descendants. Very cool! I traced my line back to my mother's mother's father's father Frank Muccia's mother, Pintron Pinto who was born in Italy in 1850. She and her only child, Frank Muccia (b. 1862) left Italy and arrived in New York in 1888. One year later to 1889, Frank married Mary (b. 1874) in New York. Mary (unknown surname) was also from Italy. Their son, Daniel Joseph Muccia was born in 1893 in New York and married Miriam Florence Bansley. They had a daughter named Mildred Florence Muccia born in 1913 in New York. Mildred married a Dawson and gave birth to my mother, Carol Jean Collado. She and I were both born in Los Angeles and raised there. We reside in Medford, Oregon. We did suspect Jewish ancestry for many years because Jews and nonJews asked me if my mother is Jewish because she looked very Jewish. This year, I finally found our line back to my Mom's 2nd great grandmother, Pintron Pinto who turned out to be Italian Jewish. Now we understand why Jews felt that we are Jewish. It's weird, huh? We will take classes to do Torah study and catch up all that we missed out on our long hidden Jewish heritage! I would love to hear back from you ! We can be contacted by email: <a href="mailto://wmcunn92@gmail.com">wmcunn92@gmail.com</a><br>Wendy Cunningham<br>Medford, Oregon<br>near SOU University in Ashland, OR<br>
20130824 23:10:30Z
wmcunn92
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Re: French Canadian names
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/157.3.2.1.3/mb.ashx
Martin originated from Ancestor Abraham martin that owned the planes of Abraham in Quebec where the french English war was fought, His Daughter Anne Martin married Jean Cote whom was there neighbor. Tell me who you are looking for I might be able to find this information for you in my records.. Abraham was a ship caption mapmaker and a farmer, His land was given to him by the king of France. In his later years he was hunfg for molesting a young girl.
20130812 05:49:25Z
vMartin54
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/157.3.2.1.3/mb.ashx

Re: NC Ancestor with Sephardic surname Rodriguez
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/625.1/mb.ashx
have you viewed her birth,marriage or death certificate?<br>at least one should name her parents. maybe her parents came from the islands by way of uk.
20130517 16:53:03Z
mensa73
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/625.1/mb.ashx

Re: Cizmar and Shema
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/628.7/mb.ashx
1900 United States Federal Census <br>about Wenzel Shema Name: Wenzel Shema <br>Age: 57 <br>Birth Date: Jan 1843 <br>Birthplace: Bohemia <br>Home in 1900: Allegheny Ward 7, Allegheny, Pennsylvania <br>Race: White <br>Gender: Male <br>Immigration Year: 1868 <br>Relation to Head of House: Head <br>Marital Status: Married <br>Spouse's Name: Carline Shema <br>Marriage Year: 1866 <br>Years Married: 34 <br>Father's Birthplace: Bohemia <br>Mother's Birthplace: Bohemia <br>Occupation: View on Image <br>Neighbors: View others on page <br>Household Members: Name Age <br>Wenzel Shema 57 <br>Carline Shema 42 <br>Carline Shema 27 <br>Frank Shema 23 <br>William Shema 19 <br>August Shema 19 <br>Charles Shema 15 <br> <br> Doesn't look like a jewish family given names .<br>more german.
20130514 20:50:54Z
mensa73
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/628.7/mb.ashx

Re: Cizmar and Shma ?
http://boards.ancestry.com/topics.religious.jewish.sephardic/628.5/mb.ashx
Name: Rosa Schma <br>Age: 9 <br>Birth Year: abt 1871 <br>Birthplace: Pennsylvania <br>Home in 1880: Allegheny, Allegheny, Pennsylvania <br>Race: White <br>Gender: Female <br>Relation to Head of House: Daughter <br>Marital Status: Single <br>Father's Name: Wensel Schma <br>Father's Birthplace: Germany <br>Mother's Name: Carline Schma <br>Mother's Birthplace: Germany <br>Neighbors: View others on page <br>Occupation: At School <br>Cannot read/write:<br><br>Blind:<br><br>Deaf and dumb:<br><br>Otherwise disabled:<br><br>Idiotic or insane: View image <br>Household Members: Name Age <br>Wensel Schma 48 <br>Carline Schma 42 <br>Annia Schma 13 <br>Mary Schma 11 <br>Rosa Schma 9 <br>Carline Schma 7 <br>Joseph Schma 5 <br>Frank Schma 3 <br> <br> <br> <br>
20130514 20:49:47Z
mensa73
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Re: Cizmar and Shema
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Name: Rose S Sismour LOTS OF DESCENDANTS!<br>Age in 1910: 39 <br>Birth Year: abt 1871<br>[1871] <br>Birthplace: Pennsylvania <br>Home in 1910: Millvale Ward 1, Allegheny, Pennsylvania <br>Race: White <br>Gender: Female <br>Relation to Head of House: Wife <br>Marital Status: Married <br>Spouse's Name: Albert Sismour <br>Father's Birthplace: Germany <br>Mother's Birthplace: Germany <br>Neighbors: View others on page <br>Household Members: Name Age <br>Albert Sismour 39 <br>Rose S Sismour 39 <br>Albert Sismour 17 <br>Francis Sismour 15 <br>Charles Sismour 13 <br>Lawrence Sismour 10 <br>Marie Sismour 8 <br>Gertrude Sismour 5 <br>Norbert Sismour 1<br>[1 8/12] <br> <br> <br> See more with the new image viewer<br><br>Try it now Learn more with our new image viewer <br><br>View<br>Original<br>Record<br><br>View original image<br> View blank form <br><br>Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Millvale Ward 1, Allegheny, Pennsylvania; Roll: T624_1296; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 0159; FHL microfilm: 1375309.<br><br>Source Information:<br><br>Ancestry.com. 1910 United States Federal Census [database online]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.<br>Original data: Thirteenth Census of the United States, 1910 (NARA microfilm publication T624, 1,178 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: NARA<br><br>Description:<br>This database is an index to the head of households enumerated in the 1910 United States Federal Census, the Thirteenth Census of the United States. In addition, each indexed name is linked to actual images of the 1910 Federal Census. The information recorded in the census includes: name, relationship to head of family, age at last birthday, sex, color or race, whether single, married, widowed, or divorced, birthplace, birthplace of father and mother, and more. Learn more...<br>Page Tools
20130514 20:49:01Z
mensa73
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Re: Cizmar and Shema
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sounds like possisbly german rather than sephardic jews.
20130514 19:55:51Z
mensa73
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Re: Cizmar and Shema
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finding many people with shema as last name on us census records.. was wenzel born in austria/germany/czechoslovakia or where?<br><br>most of these people were german/maybe relatives ?<br>do you know rose's mother was jewish?her name and interment site?<br>need more ifno.....
20130514 19:49:37Z
mensa73
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Re: Cizmar and Shema
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Rose Mary Shema Name: Rose Mary Shema <br>Marriage Date: 19531954 <br>Form Type: Index <br>Gender: Female <br> <br> <br>Is this a relative ? what is dod for the first rose shema? <br>i used 1870.
20130514 19:42:31Z
mensa73
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Re: Cizmar and Shema
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have you seen rose's father's headstone?any hebrew there?<br>any mention of religion or baptism for rose?does marriage cert.say anything re religion?<br>any other living relatives with Shema?
20130514 19:36:52Z
mensa73
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