Eliau Emanuel Namias de Crasto

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Eliau Emanuel Namias de Crasto

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Death: Died in Curaçao
Place of Burial: Curaçao
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Son of Emanuel / Imanuel Namias de Crasto and Sarah Namias de Crasto
Husband of Sarah David Namias de Crasto
Father of Immanuel Namias de Crasto; David Namias de Crasto; Mordechay (Hisquiau) de Eliau Namias de Crasto; Rachel Pereira and Batsebah Jesurun Henriquez
Brother of Daniel Namias de Crasto

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About Eliau Emanuel Namias de Crasto

Gravestone of Eliau Namias de Crasto, Gravestone 13a3, Beit Haim Blenheim, Curaçao. Gravestones in Beit Haim Blenheim have been effaced by pollution from the nearby oil refinery so that often only the…

Records showing the surname de Castro often have the letters transposed to spell de CRASTO. The full surname has been recorded as NEHAMIAS de CASTRO. Lisbon is the capital and largest city of Portugal. On August 6, 711 Lisbon was taken by the Moors (it was called al-ʾIšbūnah in Arabic), under whose rule the city flourished. The Moors, who were Muslims from North Africa and the Middle East, built many mosques and houses as well as a new city wall, currently named the Cerca Moura. The city kept a diverse population including Christians, Berbers, Arabs, Jews and Saqalibas. In 1506, thousands of "New Christians" (converted Jews) were massacred in Lisbon. After their expulsion from Spain many Jews made their way to Portugal until they were expelled from that country as well. The Jewish Virtual Library

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