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Birthplace: Spain
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Jacob DE LOUZADA (b.Abt 1670-Spain or Portugal d.12 Jun 1729-New York City,N. Y.)

sp: Rachel DE ALMEIDA (b.1673-Spain or Portugal m.1698 d.Dec 1708-London,England)

Perhaps born in Spain and came through Portugal on way to London.

Descendents names spelled every which way:

Lozada / Louzada / Louzado

Luzader / Lewsader / Luzzader / Lazador / Lazadere

http://homepage.mac.com/wkfisher1/Genealogical_Glean/Luzadder.html

A LUZADDER FAMILY HISTORY

EARLY FAMILY HISTORY

The ancestors of the Luzadder family in America once lived in the Iberian Peninsula (Spain & Portugal) where the original family name was ŒLousada.¹ One member was a advisor to King Charles III of Spain. The members of this family were Sephardic Jews (the 1971 best-selling book, THE GRANDEES, #(Stephen Birmingham, THE GRANDEES (New York, Harper & Row, 1971) gives an excellent view of the Sephardim, particularly in America). During the Spanish Inquisition the family likely had three choices: (1) become practicing Catholics, (2) be burned at the stake or suffer some other deadly fate, (3) escape to another country. The Jews who joined the Catholic church were called ³conversos². Many of these ³conversos² remained secret Jews and were called ³marranos² - literally ³pigs² in Spanish. It is quite likely that Jacob De Louzada, the immigrant ancestor of our Luzadders, was such a secret Jew. Probably different alternatives were chosen by various members of the family. Some went to Portugal, like Jacob and others likely to other places, such as France, Holland, and England. One aristocratic member went to Jamaica where he was a very successful merchant, his success earning him a coat of arms which is very similar to the Duc de Losada of Spain. (This information was contained in a 28 Jan 1972 letter to James L. Luzadder, Gaston, IN from Robert W. Luzadder, Assistant Wire Editor of the News-Sentinel, Ft. Wayne, IN.)

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JACOB DE LOUZADA b probably Spain d 12 Jun. 1729 New York City, NY

m RACHEL DE ALMERDA d 1708 London, England d/o Abraham de Almerda & Sarah _____.

Jacob was probably born in Spain , fled to Portugal and then to England, along with his wife Rachel. Rachel and Jacob were married before coming to England without benefit of Jewish Rites, so were remarried in 1698 in the Spanish & Portugal Synagogue in London.

Rachel died in 1708 and in 1710 Jacob and his two young sons emigrated to New York City, where Jacob became a wealthy chocolate merchant.

In 1728 Jacob Louzada contributed f4 towards the erection of the new synagogue in New York City. In the same year the community , needing more cemetery land , purchased ³two Lotts of Land leying near the Cripple bush or swamp.² Jacob Lousada contributed to the purchase of this land with a contribution of fourteen shillings.

Jacob was buried 15 Jun. 1729 in the Chatham Square Burial grounds, New York City. His body was later moved on 9 Jun. 1856 to the 21st St. Burial Grounds to accommodate mercantile growth in New York City. Jacob¹s tombstone is inscribed in Hebrew and is translated as follows:

Tombstone of the venerable and honorable Jacob Louzada (may his rest be in glory) who went in peace to his eternal home on 15 of the month of Sivan in the year 5489 (June 12, 1729). May his soul be bound up in the bond of life Tomb of the blissful, the venerable, and honored Jacob Louzada who departed from this life to enjoy eternal glory and perfect rest on the first day of the week which was the 15 of Sivan in the year 5489. May his blessed soul enjoy glory.

Buried in The Sephardic Jewish cemetery of Congregation Shearith Israel, the Spanish and Portuguese Jewish Synagogue, which is still preserved at 55 St. James Place, opposite Chatham Square, on the southeast corner of Chinatown. However, his grave was moved when part of the Chatham Square cemetery was overtaken by street construction. His grave is now at the Cemetery of Congregation Shearith Israel at 98-110 West 21st Street across the street from the School of Visual Arts on West 21st St just off 6th Avenue. (This cemetery was adjacent to the congregation's synagogue on 19th Street--built in 1860 and now long gone.)

THE LOUZADA CHILDREN:

1. Aaron b 17 May 1695 Parish of St. James, London, England. m c 1740 Blume Michaels.

2. Moses b 2 Feb. 1701 Parish of St. James, London, England d c1750 m Hannah ___

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AARON LOUZADA I ( Much of the information on Jacob & Aaron I was obtained from the records of Shearith Israel Synagogue, New York City, NY by Edith Luzadder Gardner, 2113, S. J St., Elwood, IN.) b 17 May 1695 Parish of St. James, London, England d 27 Dec. 1764 Bound Brook, NJ s/o Jacob Louzada & Rachel de Almerda m-1 UNKNOWN m-2 c1740 BLOEME (BLUME) MICHAEL d/o Moses Michael & Catherine Hachar.

Bloeme Michael¹s father, Moses Michael was born in Harzfeld, Germany and died in Curacao, Tebet 25, 5500 (25 Jan 1740), aged 63 yrs. and 4 months. Bloeme was a sister of Elkalah Myers Cohen, Jochebed who married Judah Mears, Rachel who married Samuel Myers, and Rebecca who married Judah Hays.

Aaron had two children when he married Bloeme Michael. The name of his first wife has not been learned.

Aaron was a wealthy merchant and shopkeeper in New York City and later in Bound Brook, NJ. During the second quarter of the 1700¹s, he was one to the wealthiest contributors to the New York Jewish community. His recorded contributions are large, beginning with the f 4.0.0 given by him in 1728 toward building the new synagogue. In 1747, when the community instituted a new scheme of taxation, he was assessed on a par with Daniel Gomez and Nathan Levy at the generous sum of f11.13.4; only the f 14 assessments of Jacob Franks and of Mordecai Gomez exceeded it. Similarly three years later in 1750, his seat in the synagogue was assessed at the maximum figure of f 4 on a par with those of members of the Gomez family and Jacob Franks.

In the second quarter of the eighteenth century, Aaron and his brother Moses of Somerset County, NJ appear as joint contributors to Jewish communal purposes in New York and as litigants in Middlesex County, NJ.

Aaron lived in later years in Bound Brook, NJ and in 1756 subscribed f 1 toward building the Lutheran Church in neighboring Bedministertown. In 1759 he advertised in the New York Mercury , as follows:

Absconded or run-away, from Aaron Louzada, of Bridge Water, in the County of Somerset, and Province of East New Jersey, Shop-Keeper a German Servant Man, named Adam Coons of a brown complexion, long thin visage, and about 35 or 40 yrs. of age, speaks good English, wears his own hair, and was out last Cruize in the Brig Earl of London. He offered a reward of forty shillings and all reasonable charges.

In his Will, dated 7 Dec. 1764, twenty days before his death, Aaron Louzada of Bridgewater, Somerset County, New Jersey, ³being of old age² left to his wife Blume f 200 and the use of his real and personal estate to bring up his children. He directed that his children were to be put to trades. One of these children was Kitty Abrahams. To Benjamin and Abigel, children of his brother Moses, he bequeathed f 50 each. The inventory set the value of his estate at f 468.10.8. (From New Jersey Archives - First Series Vol. XXXIII - Abstracts of Wills Vol. IV 1761-1770.)

He died at Bound Brook, NJ on Friday, 27 Dec. 1764. The next days, excluding the Sabbath, were consumed in bringing his body to New York where he was buried in the Chatham Square burial grounds on Monday, Dec. 20. After ninety-one years, on 29 Nov. 1855, his body was moved to the Twenty-first Street burials grounds to make way for the southern extension of the Bowery.

His widow described his home as follows

A very convenient dwelling house, two stories high, 4 rooms on each floor, a large cellar under the while house, a convenient kitchen adjoining thereto, large storehouse, with other out houses, a good barn and barrack on the premises; with a large garden wall planked in, good bearing front orchard, with about 16 acres of good intervale and mowing ground.........also a very valuable plantation, chiefly low land, contains about 130 acres, binding on Raritan River and Middle-Creek, and joins Col Van Horn¹s low land; As also a grist-mill on tolerable good stream, and in the very heart of a good wheat country, and several other tempting conveniences, and especially for keeping store, and for erecting a fulling-mill, which is much wanted in that part, as there is none within ten or twelve miles of it, and people at this time feel the want thereof more than ever.

THE KNOWN LOUZADA CHILDREN:

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1. Aaron II b 20 Sep. 1731 Bound Brook, NJ

2. Sarah

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3. Catharine (Kitty) b c1751

4. David b c1760

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AARON LUZADDER II b 20 Sep. 1731 Bound Brook, NJ d 2 Apr. 1834 Grafton, Taylor Co., VA (now WV) s/o Aaron Louzada & ________ m-1 MARY BARTLEY m-2 SARAH COLE b 1 Apr. 1756 MD d 18 Mar 1838 Taylor Co. VA.

( now WV).

This Aaron changed his surname from Louzada to Luzadder. He served as a Sergeant in the Revolutionary War, first during 1776-77 in a New Jersey Regiment and later in 1778-1783 in a Pennsylvania Regiment. He fought in the battles of Long Island, Princeton, Brandywine, and Germantown. Evidence of his war service was obtained from the Archives and History Bureau, New Jersey State Library, Trenton, NJ and also from the Revolutionary War Section, Pension Claim R 6539. According to these records, ³this soldier moved from Green Co. PA to Mononghalia Co., VA.²

Judging by the birthplaces of his children, Aaron moved from Pennsylvania VA after 1791 and before 1794 when Moses, the eleventh child, was born in Virginia.

Aaron was a blacksmith and probably a farmer. It is believed that Sarah Cole, Aaron¹s second wife, was an Indian Princess, the daughter of Chief Little Bear of the Creek Indians. It has also been said that she was a Cherokee; however, the Cherokees are of the Creek Indian Nation and a tribe of the Creeks. (Per Edith Luzadder, Elwood City, IN)

THE LUZADDER CHILDREN:

M-1

1. Abraham b NJ

2. Jacob b NJ

3. Isaac b NJ

4. Edmond b NJ

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5. Margaret b 1782 PA

6. John b 1783 PA

7. Thomas b 1785 PA

8. +Aaron III b 13 Apr. 1787 PA

9. Rachel b 1789 PA

10.+ Andrew b 23 Nov. 1791 PA

11. Moses b 1794 VA

12. Leah b 1796 VA

13. William b 1798 VA

14. Permelia b 1800 VA

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AARON LUZADDER III (The information on Aaron III was compiled by Edith Luzadder, Elwood, IN from 1850 Census records, the Will of Aaron III , Book of Wills, p 83, Taylor Co, WV.) b 13 Apr. 1787 Green Co PA d 27 Jul 1865 Grafton, Taylor Co. WV s/o Aaron Luzadder II & Sarah Cole m-1 MARTHA _____ m-2 ELLEN (?).

Aaron III was a farmer by occupation.

THE LUZADDER CHILDREN:

1.+ John b 1809 VA d 13 May 1857 VA m 12 Feb. 1839 Sarah Bailey.

2. Sarah b 1820 VA

3. Daniel b 1823 VA

4. Robert b 1825 VA

5. Abraham b 1825 VA

6. Martha b 1829 VA m Thomas Cole

7. Rachel b 1831 VA

8. James b 1839 VA

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JOHN LUZADDER b 1809 VA d 13 May 1857 VA s/o Aaron Luzadder III & Martha _____ m 12 Feb. 1839 SARAH BAILEY b 1809 Monongahelia Co. VA d 17 Apr. 1856 Taylor Co. VA.

John and Sarah had two sons known to have fought in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. John L. fought with the 23rd Virginia Infantry and Moses fought and was killed in the Battle of the Wilderness during May 5-6, 1864. (Edith Luzadder obtained this information from the U. S. National Archives & Records.)

THE LUZADDER CHILDREN:

1. +Aaron b 1829 VA

2. Elizabeth b 1835 VA

3. +John L. (Jack) b 26 Aug. 1836 m Margaret Morris.

4. George b 1838 VA

5. Moses b 1840 VA - killed in Civil War at Battle of Wilderness on 5-6 May 1864.

6. William G. b 20 Dec. 1846 VA

7. Nancy b 1848 VA.

THE AARON LUZADDER IV FAMILY

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AARON LUZADDER IV b 1830 VA d 28 Jul 1918 Niles Twp. Del Co IN s/o John Luzadder & Sarah Bailey m MARY WILLIAMS .

THE LUZADDER CHILDREN:

1. John

2. +James Alman b 13 Aug. 1854 m-1 Arthelia Jane Mathew m-2 21 Oct. 1921 Melvina Grace (Minnich) Studebaker.

3. Luke d young

4. Florence m James Jacobs

5. Emmet

6. Emmet (grandfather of James A. Luzadder who worked for Ashland Oil).

7.+ Amelia b Oct. 1864 m Thomas Robbins b Aug. 1860 s/o Clayton Robbins & Mary A. Johnson.

8. Icie m Lee Shackelford

9. Dora m John Rodger

10. George

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JAMES ALMAN LUZADDER 13 Aug. 1854 d 22 Aug. 1938 s/o Aaron Luzadder IV & Mary Williams m-1 12 Sep. 1878 Taylor Co., WV ARTHELIA JANE MATHEW b 6 Jan 1856 d 15 Feb. 1919 d/o William H. Mathew & Susan Rodgers m-2 21 Oct. 1921 MELVINA GRACE (MINNICH) STUDEBAKER b 5 Jan 1875 Newberry Twp., Miami Co., OH d Sep.1 1942 d/o Reuben Minnich & Nancy Boggs.

James Alman was a highly respected farmer in Union Twp., Del. Co OH. and was beloved by his family, including his children, grandchildren, and step-grandchildren.

THE LUZADDER CHILDREN:

M-1

1. Chancie Albert b 1880 d 1883

2. William b 18 Jun. 1884 (twin) m Minnie Edwards.

3. Mary b 18 Jun. 1884 d 12 Oct. 1962 (twin) m-1 Harvey Shrack (killed in car accident) m-2 Pete Post.

4. +Dora b 20 Dec. 1886 m 19 Jan 1905 Tom Adams

5. +James Louis b 18 Apr. 1899 m 20 Apr. 1918 Iva Shoemaker.

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DORA LUZADDER b 20 Dec. 1886 s/o James Alman Luzadder & Arthelia Jane Mathew m 19 Jan 1905 THOMAS ADAMS.

THE ADAMS CHILDREN:

1, Earl m __ Wright - killed in accident on State Highway truck

2. Joseph

3. Henry

4. Anna Jane

5. Marie

6. Harvey

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JAMES LOUIS LUZADDER b 18 Apr. 1899 Del Co IN s/o James Alman Luzadder & Arthelia Jane Mathew m 20 Apr. 1918 BESSIE IVA SHOEMAKER b 17 Jul 1898 Del Co IN d/o Frederich Shoemaker & Myrtle Pearl Jacobs.

LUZADDER CHILDREN:

1. +James Frederick b 20 May 1919 m Wanda Crawford.

2. +Robert Louis b 16 Nov. 1921 m Norma Jane Finley

3. +Sarah Jane m Donald K. Jackson

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JAMES FREDERICK LUZADDER b 20 May 1919 s/o James Louis Luzadder & Bessie Iva Shoemaker m 27 Dec. 1941 WANDA CRAWFORD.

THE LUZADDER CHILDREN:

1, +James Louis b 29 Sep. 1942 m 21 Feb. 1970 Kay Hunt.

2. +Jeanne Ellen b 5 Apr. 1944 m 18 Dec. 1965 Steven Taylor.

3. John Frederick b 2 Apr. 1945

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ROBERT LOUIS LUZADDER b 16 Nov. 1921 s/o James Louis Luzadder & Bessie Iva Shoemaker m 19 Mar 1949 NORMA JANE FINLEY.

THE LUZADDER CHILDREN:

1. Teddy Ray b 11 Feb. 1950

2. Robert Ala n b 11 Apr. 1952

3. Donna Jane b 7 Nov. 1955

4. Patty Sue b 15 Mar 1965

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SARAH JANE LUZADDER b 12 Feb. 1927 d/o James Louis Luzadder & Bessie Iva Shoemaker m 9 Dec. 1950 DONALD K. JACKSON.

THE JACKSON CHILDREN:

1. Janell b 5 Feb. 1958

2. Sammy Lee b 9 Nov. 1960

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AMELIA E. LUZADDER b Oct. 1864 d/o Aaron Luzadder IV & Mary Williams m THOMAS ROBBINS b Aug. 1860 s/o Clayton Robbins & Mary A. Johnson.

THE KNOWN ROBBINS CHILDREN:

1. Bert b Oct. 1885 IN m Lola B. Jarnagin

2. Mary M. b Jul 1888 IN

3. Clyde C. b Feb. 1893 IN m Cecil Kemp

4. +Lena M. b 30 Nov. 1895 m 30 Jul 1914 Frederick M.Prewitt b 15 Jul 1893 s/o Charles E. Prewitt & Etta Holcroft.

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LENA M. ROBBINS b 30 Nov. 1895 Del Co IN. d/o Thomas Robbins & Amelia E. Luzadder m 30 Jul 1914 FREDERICK M. PREWITT b 15 Jul 1893 s/o Charles E. Prewitt & Etta Holcroft.

THE KNOWN PREWITT CHILDREN:

1. Audrey

2. James Donald b 16 Nov. 1917 m-1 Jane Shuler.

3. Frederick , Jr. ³Skinner² b c1922 m-1 Betty Richardson

4. Charles

5. Iona

6. Sarah

THE JOHN L. LUZADDER FAMILY

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JOHN L. (JACK) LUZADDER b 26 Aug. 1836 d 20 Apr. 1918 Hartford City, Blackford Co. IN s/o John Luzadder & Sarah Bailey m 15 Sept. 1854 Morgantown, VA. MARGARET MORRIS b 11 Apr. 1836 VA d 11 Jan 1905 Del. Co IN.

The information on John L. was compiled by Edith Luzadder, his great granddaughter, of Elwood, IN. during the period 1970-76. He was dearly beloved by her father, George W. Luzadder, who spent his summers on the farm with his grandparents.

Jack served in the 23rd Virginia Infantry of the Confederate Army during the Civil War. He is the only Confederate soldier buried in the Union Cemetery, Eaton, IN.

THE LUZADDER CHILDREN:

1. +George W. b 17 Sep. 1856 VA d 7 Dec. 1906 m Rachel Eliz. Fleming

2. Sarah E. b 1857 VA

3. Moses b 1860 VA

4. John Jefferson b 1862 VA

5. +Margaret E. b 1865 WV m Abraham M. Robbins.

6. Mary b 1867 WV (m Perry Mathew ?)

7. Aaron b 1869 WV

8. +Nancy b c1872 WV m Lewis C. Robbins

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GEORGE WILLIAM LUZADDER b 17 Sep. 1856 VA d 7 Dec. 1906 s/o John L. Luzadder & Margaret Morris m RACHEL ELIZABETH FLEMING b 9 Mar 1865 Richmond, IN d 16 Oct 1937 Chicago, IL d/o William Fleming & Frances Waymire.

George was a glass blower and lived in Grafton, WV.

THE LUZADDER CHILDREN:

1. Edith b 22 Aug. 1886 m Wilson Davis

2.+ John William b 27 Jan 1889 Hartford City, IN d 12 Jan 1971 m 18 Oct. 1909 Ethel Pace.

3. Charles A. b 17 Mar 1891 d 9 Jan 1946

4. George Reese b 22 Jan 1893 d 16 Sep 1976

5. Edgar S. b 12 Jul 1895 d 28 Apr. 1930

6. James E.

7. Orville Winfield b 12 Sep 1900 d 29 May 1975.

8. Francis Clark b 23 Dec 1903 d 16 Feb 1962.

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JOHN WILLIAM LUZADDER b 27 Jan 1889 Hartford City, IN d 12 Jan 1971 BERWYN, IL s/o George William Luzadder & Rachel Elizabeth Fleming m-1 18 Oct. 1909 Dunkirk, IN E. ETHEL PACE b 17 Apr 1889 Grant Co. IN d/o Everton Pace & Mary M. O¹Brien m-2 ADELINE OLSON.

THE LUZADDER CHILDREN:

M-1

1.+ Edith Aileen b 17 Mar 1912 Upland, Grant Co., IN m 21 Oct 1933 Glen Howard Gardner.

2. Emery Gail b 21 Dec 1913 Upland, Grant Co. IN m 5 Sep 1936 Eda Mae Hewitt.

3. John William b 8 Jan 1919 Upland, Grant Co. IN m 8 Jan 1944 Virginia Ruth Greenlee.

M-2

4. Edna Mae b 17 Sep 1920 m Gordon Newman.

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EDITH AILEEN LUZADDER b 17 Mar 1912 Upland, Grant Co., IN d/o John William Luzadder & Ethel Pace m 21 Oct 1933 GLEN HOWARD GARDNER b 17 Mar 1914 Elwood, IN s/o Fred Gardner & Cora Bricker.

THE GARDNER CHILDREN:

1, Larry Keith b 14 Dec 1936 Elwood, Madison Co., IN m 6 Feb 1962 Flora Beth Emerson.

2. Greg Howard b 9 May 1946 Elwood, Madison Co. IN m-1 6 May 1970 Ann Louise Vaver m-2 1983 Laurie Anne Larson b 25 Jan 1961 d/o Robert Larson & _____Nelson.

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LARRY KEITH GARDNER b 14 Dec 1936 Elwood, Madison Co., IN s/o Glen Howard Gardner & Edith Aileen Luzadder m 6 Feb 1962 FLORA BETH EMERSON b 10 Jul 1940 Steuben Co. IN d/o James Emerson & Eva Holden.

Larry attended Elwood, IN schools and served in the U.S. Army at Ft. Leonard Wood, MO. He earned a B.S. and M.A. degrees from Bowling Green State Univ., Bowling Green, OH. In 1991 he had taught school for 33 years, most recently serving as a counselor at Rich Central H.S., Olympia Fields, IL.

THE GARDNER CHILDREN:

1. Eric Scott b 24 Jun 1968 Harvey IL m 2 Jun 1990 Jodie Anne Betts.

2. Michael Kent b 6 Nov. 1969 Harvey, IL m 4 Aug. 1990 Mary Sarah O¹Mara.

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GREG HOWARD GARDNER b 9 May 1946 Elwood, Madison Co. IN s/o Glen Howard Gardner & Edith Aileen Luzadder m-1 6 May 1970 ANN LOUISE VAVER m-2 1983 LAURIE ANNE LARSON b 25 Jan 1961 d/o Robert Larson & _____Nelson.

Greg attended Elwood IN schools . He earned B.S. , M.A., and PhD degrees from Bowling Green State Univ., Bowling Green, OH. In 1992 he was a Professor and Head of Organizational Communications at Rollin College, Winter Park, FL.

THE GARDINER CHILDREN:

1, Janae Larson b 22 Feb 1992 FL.

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MARGARET E. LUZADDER b Jan 1866 WV d/o John L. Luzadder & Margaret Morris m ABRAHAM M. ROBBINS b Aug. 1862 s/o Clayton Robbins b Dec. 1824 OH d 14 Aug. 1903 Del Co IN & Mary A Johnson b Apr. 1838 OH.

This family lived in Niles Twp. Del. Co. IN.

THE ROBBINS CHILDREN:

1. Vestal O. b Jul 1889 IN

2. Lee Arley b 2 Nov. 1890 m 20 Jan 1912 Nellie May Holcroft b 14 Jan 1894 d/o John T. Holcroft & Jodie ___

3. Monna M. b Oct. 1889

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LEE ARLEY ROBBINS b 2 Nov. 1890 d 5 Dec. 1918 Niles Twp. Del. Co. IN s/o Abraham Robbins & Margaret E. Luzadder m 20 Jan 1912 NELLIE MAY HOLCROFT b 14 Jan 1894 d/o John T. Holcroft & Jodie ___ .

THE ROBBINS CHILDREN:

1. Fredius b 16 Feb. 1913

2.+ Frederick M. b 23 Nov. 1916 m Genevieve Snider b 29 Nov. 1916 d/o Omer Snider and Mildred A.McKinley.

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FREDERICK M. ROBBINS b 23 Nov. 1916 s/o Lee Arley Robbins & Nellie May Holcroft m GENEVIEVE SNIDER b 29 Nov. 1916 d/o Omer Snider & Mildred A. McKinley.

Genevieve graduated from Royerton H. S., Royerton, IN. Fred graduated from Eaton H.S., Eaton, IN with the class of 1935.

THE ROBBINS CHILDREN:

1, +Karen Sue b 1942 m Glenn Paul Petty

2. +Sandra Kay b 1948 m James E. Matson

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KAREN SUE ROBBINS b 27 Sep. 1942 Hamilton Twp. Del Co IN d/o Frederick Max Robbins & Genevieve Ellen Snider m 8 Aug. 1964 div. Jun 1940 GLENN PAUL PETTY b 8 Nov. 1940.

Karen graduated from Eaton H.S., Eaton, IN.

THE PETTY CHILDREN:

1, Adrain Jay b 27 may 1965

2. Alex Glenn b 21 Aug. 1966

3. Jennifer Joan b 8 Dec. 1967

4. Byron Thomas b 25 Jan 1969

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SANDRA KAY ROBBINS b 23 Sep. 1948 Hamilton Twp. Del Co IN d/o Frederick Max Robbins & Genevieve Ellen Snider m JAMES E. MATSON b 12 Sep. 1945 s/o LeRoy Carl Matson & Lois Virginia Hughes.

Sandra graduated from Eaton H. S., Eaton, IN.

THE MATSON CHILDREN:

1. Deanes Lyn b 14 Apr. 1972 d 14 Apr. 1972

2. Brent Alan b 29 Mar 1973

3. Scott Allen b 31 Dec. 1975

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NANCY A. LUZADDER b c1872 WV d/o John L. Luzadder & Margaret Morris m LEWIS C. ROBBINS b 13 Apr. 1869 s/o Clayton Robbins & Mary A. Johnson.

THE KNOWN ROBBINS CHILDREN:

1. Otley M. (daughter) b c 1902 IN

2. + Emery Otis ( Smoke) b 19 Jul 1904 IN m Letitia Garrard.

3. Ora C. b c1906 IN

4. Ada O. b 14 Aug 1908 IN

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EMERY OTIS (SMOKE) ROBBINS b 19 Jul 1904 IN s/o Lewis C. Robbins & Nancy Luzadder m LETITIA GARRARD b c1907 IN d/o Riley Garrard & Florence ______.

THE KNOWN ROBBINS CHILDREN:

1. Norma Jean m Darrell Slanker

2. Son

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ANDREW LUZADDER b 23 Nov. 1791 PA s/o Aaron Luzadder II & Sarah Cole m 12 Feb. 1812 Morgantown. WV. REBECCA DAVIS.

THE LUZADDER CHILDREN:

1, John

2. Abel

3. Aaron

4.Moses

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http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~hcpd/norman/LUZADER/JACOB

                             THE LUZADERS
                             === ========
                              Don Norman

NOTE: The Luzaders, with various spellings, are descendants of Jacob De

Louzada.

1.JACOB DE LOUZADA

   Jacob De Louzada, was born in Spain about 1670 and died June 12,

1729 in Shearith, New York. He remarried Rachel de Almerda in 1698 in

the Spanish & Portugal Synagogue in London, England. Jacob and Rachel

had been married in Spain without the Jewish Rites. Rachel was the

daughter of Abraham and Sarah de Almerda.

   The De Louzada family were Sephardic Jews and during the Spanish

Inquisition, they were forced to become practicing Catholics, to be

burned at the stake or to escape to another country. The Jews who joined

the Catholic Church were called "conversos." Many of these conversos

remained secret Jews and were called "marranos" - literally "pigs".

   Jacob De Louzada was probably such a secret Jew, since he and Rachel

did remarry in a Synagogue when they had an opportunity.

   After the death of Rachel in 1708, Jacob and his two sons, Aaron and

Moses, emigrated in 1710 to America where Jacob became a wealthy

chocolate merchant in New York.

   Jacob was buried in the Chatham Square Burial Grounds in New York

City, but his body was removed on June 9, 1856 to the 21 Street Burial

Grounds to accommodate mercantile growth in New York City.

Children of Jacob and Rachel (de Almerda) De Louzada.

 2.  (1).  Aaron                  b. May 17 1695  d.Dec 27 1764
        m. ?
        m. Bloeme Michael  c. 1740
 3.  (2). Moses                   b. Feb  2 1700/01 d.c.   1750
        m. Hannah -------

2.AARON DE LOUZADA 1.JACOB DE LOUZADA

   Aaron De Louzada, a son of Jacob and Rachel (de Almerda) De Louzada,

was born in St. James Parish in London, England May 17, 1695 and died

December 27, 1764 in Bound Brook, NJ. Aaron's first wife is unknown.

About 1740, Aaron married Bloeme Michael, a daughter of Moses and

Catherine (Hachar) Michael.

Children of Aaron De Louzada. (First marriage).

 4.  (1). Aaron                   b. Sep 20 1731  d.Apr  2 1834
        m. Mary Bartley
        m. Sarah Cole
 5.  (2). Sarah

3.MOSES DE LOUZADA 1.JACOB DE LOUZADA

   Moses De Louzada, a son of Jacob and Rachel (de Almerda) De Louzada,

was born February 2, 1700/Ol in Parish of St. James, London, England

and died about 1750. He married Hannah ------.

Children of Moses and Hannah De Louzada.

 6.  (1). Rachel                                  d.       1790
 7.  (2). Benjamin
 8.  (3). Elkaley Esther          b.       1722   d.       1780
 9.  (4). Jacob

4.AARON DE LOUZADA 2.AARON DE LOUZADA 1.JACOB DE LOUZADA

   Aaron (De Louzada) Luzader, a son of Aaron De Louzada, was born in

Bound Brook, NJ September 20, 1731 and died in Monongalia County VA (WV)

April 2, 1834.

   He married Mary Bartley about 1752. His second wife was Sarah Cole.
  It was this Aaron that changed the spelling of his surname from

Louzada to Luzader. Aaron was a sergeant in the Revolutionary War.

He served in a New Jersey regiment during 1776-177 and later in

1778-1783 in a Pennsylvania regiment. He was in the battles of Long

Island, Princeton, Brandy-wine, and Germantown.

   According to Aaron's pension records, he moved from Greene County,

PA to Monongalia County, VA (WV). Aaron was a blacksmith and a farmer.

Children of Aaron and Mary (Bartley) Luzader.

10.  (1). Jacob                                   d.Sep    1827
11.  (2). Isaac                                   d.       1830
12.  (3). Aaron                                   d. infant
13.  (4). Nellie
14.  (5). Abraham                 b. Dec 20 1757  d.Dec 14 1825
15.  (6). Lucy                    b.c.     1760   d.       1784
        m. William Vincent after 1806 in Fayette County PA

Children of Aaron and Sarah (Cole) Luzader.

16.  (1). Margaret                b. Mar 16 1782
        m. John Czigan  Dec 22 1801  Monongalia County VA
17.  (2). John                    b. Nov 18 1783
        m. Nancy Ridea Mar 26 1811 Highland County OH
18.  (3). Thomas                  b. Oct 3O 1785  d.c.     1821
        m. Margaret Berry Dec 29 1806 Monongalia County VA
19.  (4). Aaron                   b. Apr 13 1787  d.Jul 27 1865
        m. Martha "Patty" Vincent
20.  (5). Rachel                  b. Mar 31 1789  d.Sep 20 1864
21.  (6). Andrew                  b. Nov 23 1791  d.Mar 27 1839
        m. Rebecca Davis Feb 13 1812 in Monongalia County VA
22.  (7). Leah                    b.c.     1796
23.  (8). William                 b.       1798
24.  (9). Permelia,               b. Jul 19 1800  d.Dec 22 1880

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

"Lewis County WV, Her People and Places", 2000, pp. 136,137

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Jacob de Louzada's Timeline

1670
1670
Spain
1695
May 17, 1695
Age 25
Parish of St. James, Duke Place, London, London, England
1698
1698
Age 28
London, England
1700
1700
Age 30
London, UK
1729
June 12, 1729
Age 59
New York, NY, USA
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