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Judith Jessurun Cardozo (Ricardo) (1791 - d.)

Judith Solomon Israel (1791 - d.)

Julio Capriles Ricardo (c.1839 - 1890)

Lady Katherine Ricardo (Duff) (c.1820 - 1869)

Lea Benjamin Ricardo (1790 - 1865)

Lea Israel Ricardo (1827 - 1871)

Lea Ricardo (1771 - 1802)

Lea Ricardo (Ephraty) (deceased)

Lea Ricardo (1827 - d.)

Leah Ricardo (c.1865 - d.)

Lt-Col Henry George Ricardo, R.A., D.S.O. (1860 - 1940)

Lucia Maria de Arteaga Ricardo (deceased)

Francisco Yragorri Oiarzábal (1708 - d.)

Luis Alberto Ricardo Tello (deceased)

Luis Alfredo de Arteaga Ricardo (deceased)

Luisa Zelada Ricardo de Montalbán (deceased)

Luna Capriles Senior (deceased)

Léa (deceased)

Madison Capriles Ricardo (1835 - d.)

Magdalena de Arteaga Ricardo (deceased)

Manuel Ricardo (deceased)

Manuel de Jesus Ricardo Lora (1830 - 1895)

Margarita Jaimes Ricardo y Núñez de Villavicencio (deceased)

Maria Ricardo Domingues Frazão (deceased)

Maria Ricardo, Gonzalez (1780 - d.)

Maria Della Chiesa (Ricardo) (deceased)

Marianne Ricardo (1883 - 1915)

Marianne Moscoviter (Ricardo) (1917 - 1944)

Marie Annie Ricardo (Littlefield) (b. - 1907)

Marta Gabriela Ricardo Domingues Homem de Mello (1899 - d.)

Mary Ricardo (1805 - 1839)

Mary, b. 6 April 1805 at Mile End. She was one of the family party who went on the continental tour in 1822. She died unmarried on 4 March 1839 and was buried at Hardenhuish.

María de Arteaga Ricardo (deceased)

María Aguasanta Machado y Ricardo (deceased)

María Manuela Ricardo y Guillén de Arjona (c.1740 - d.)

Mathilde Mawdsley Ricardo (Hensley) (1826 - 1880)

Miguel José de Machado y Ricardo (1775 - d.)

Miguel Masaot Capriles Ricardo (1855 - d.)

Mirjam (deceased)

Moises Ricardo Frois (deceased)

Mordechai (deceased)

Mordechay Ricardo (1771 - 1842)

Mordechai Ricardo, a Curacao Jew, on two occasions gave refuge in his home to the South American Independence hero, Simon Bolivar. Links A Journey to Jewish Curacao

Mortimer Ricardo y Tavarez (deceased)

Moses (c.1839 - d.)

Moses Ricardo (deceased)

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Moses Ricardo (1738 - 1800)

Moses Ricardo (1839 - 1907)

Moses Trois Ricardo (deceased)

Moses Israel Ricardo (deceased)

Moshe/Moses Ricardo (1776 - 1866)

Moses, b. 13 Nov. 1776. He married about 1806 Fanny Wilkinson, sister of Ricardo’s wife. There were no children of their marriage. A surgeon by profession, he became in effect Ricardo’s family doctor, ...

Mozes RICARDO (1890 - 1933)

Mozes Ricardo (1793 - 1856)

Mozes Ricardo (1659 - 1720)

Mozes Ricardo (1600 - 1671)

Mr. Ricardo (deceased)

Ofilia Artiaga Ricardo (deceased)

Orfelia de Arteaga Ricardo (deceased)

Osman Ricardo (1795 - d.)

1. Osman, b. 25 May 1795 at Kennington. He was educated at Charterhouse (1805) and at Trinity College, Cambridge (matriculated 1812, B.A. 1816). He married on 22 May 1817 Harriett, youngest daughter of...

Paul Jacques Ricardo (1918 - 1945)

Paul Jacques Ricardo was married. He and his wife had a child. The family lived in Amsterdam. Paul Jacques Ricardo was the financial editor for the Algemeen Handelsblad. He assisted people in hiding, r...

Percy Ricardo, of Bramley Park (1820 - 1892)

Links Clan MacFarlane and associated clans genealogy last modified 28 October 2008

Phoebe Ricardo (Haringman) (1873 - d.)

Priscilla or Sylla Ricardo (1797 - d.)

Priscilla (usually called Sylla), b. 4 Oct. 1797 at Kennington. She married on 11 April 1816 Anthony Austin who came of a family of merchants and manufacturers. Their residence was at Bradley, Wotton-u...

Rachel Israel Montezinos (Ricardo) (b. - 1758)

Rachel (deceased)

Rachel Ricardo (c.1764 - d.)

Rachel Benjamin Israel Rodrigues (Ricardo) (deceased)

Rachel Ricardo (1814 - 1881)

Rachel Capriles (Ricardo Frois) (1815 - 1875)

Rachel Cardozo (Ricardo) (1872 - d.)

Rachel Ricardo (c.1843 - d.)

Rachel Ricardo (1795 - 1871)

Rachel Ricardo (Rodrigues Pereira) (1845 - 1887)

Rachel Ricardo (deceased)

Rachel Ricardo (1784 - 1851)

Rachel, b. 30 July 1784. She married in 1826 William Arthur Wilkinson, the widower of her younger sister Esther (on him see below). They had a daughter who died in infancy, and a son, David, who was a ...

Rachel de Salomon (deceased)

Rachel Hana Israel Ricardo (1722 - 1749)

Rachel Israel Ricardo (1650 - 1721)

Rachel Mozes (deceased)

Rafael Antonio Ricardo Tello (deceased)

Raphael Israel Ricardo (1846 - 1916)

Raphael Ricardo (1785 - 1875)

Raphael or Ralph, b. 6 Dec. 1785, was Ricardo’s clerk on the Stock Exchange from 1807 to 1810, and a member from 1811 to 1874. His partnership with his brother Francis has been mentioned above. In the ...

Raphael Ricardo (1802 - 1861)

Raphael Israel Ricardo (1672 - 1752)

Raquel Capriles Ricardo (1832 - d.)

Rebeca Lange Ricardo (deceased)

Rebecca Ricardo (c.1900 - d.)

Rebecca Ricardo (1838 - 1900)

Rebecca Phillips (Ricardo) (1891 - 1987)

Rebecca Lopez Ricardo (Salzedo) (c.1869 - d.)

Rebecca (1826 - 1901)

Rebecca Israel Ricardo (deceased)

Rebecca Ricardo (1777 - 1838)

Rebecca, b. 1778.5 She married on 15 May 1808 Isaac Keyser, who held from the year 1800 one of the twelve ‘Jew brokerships’ in the City.1 There were four sons and one daughter of the marriage. Her husb...

Rebekka Israel Ricardo (Vaz Dias) (c.1813 - d.)

Rephael Israel (deceased)

Ribca Ricardo (1823 - d.)

Ribca Ricardo (1768 - 1841)

Ribca (Rebecca) (deceased)

Ribca Cahanet (deceased)

Ribca Israel Ricardo (1734 - 1770)