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Abba "Rava" bar Yosef bar Khamma, resh metivta al-Mahoza MP (c.270 - c.352)

Abba ben Joseph bar Ḥama (ca. 270-350 C.E.), who is exclusively referred to in the Talmud by the name Rava (רבא), was a classical Jewish teacher (amora) who lived in Babylon...

Rabbi Yehiel Hilel Gaon II MP (c.1060 - c.1080)

"In 1066, when his father, Jehoseph HaNagid, was assassinated and a riot broke out against the Granadan Jewish community, his widow, Rahel, and his son Abū Naṣr Azariah, who was a child a...

Abū Zikrī "Yehudah" ben Yosef ben Simḥa, Rosh haSeder MP (c.950 - c.1020)

Judah ben Joseph of Qayrawan Judah ben Joseph b. Simḥa was perhaps the most important figure in the Jewish community of Qayrawān toward the end of the tenth century and the beginning of...

Abū ʾl-Surūr Perahya ben ben Yosef ibn ʿAwkal MP (deceased)

Shlomo ben Yahya ibn Yahya MP (1245 - 1340)

Reference: "Divrei ha-Yamim le-Bnei Yahya,( דברי הימים לבני יחייא )" , by E...

Eliezer ben Joseph ben Yosef Rapael Ḥazzan (Hazan) MP (1765 - c.1823)

Joseph Raphael had four sons from his marriage to Rusa, the daughter of Daniel Pallache (Palaggi; see Pallache Family), all of whom were noted scholars: Eliezer (d. 1823) , author of the responsa colle...

Esther bat Yosef ben 'Amram haDayyan al-Sijilmasa MP (c.1020 - d.)

Sahlān ben Abraham Abū ʿAmr Sahlān ben Abraham was a payṭan (liturgical poet) and head of the Iraqi congregation in Fustat from 1034 until 1049 or 1050. He succeede...

Isaac ben Yosef haLevi MP (c.1502 - 1571)

Isaac fathered at least three sons, of whom Solomon (II) (see below) became the most famous, the other two being Joseph (I) (d. late 1616) and Judah. D Gershon Lewental Bibliography Emmanuel, Isa...

Khalaf Aaron ben Yosef haKohen ibn Sarjado, Gaon of Pumbeditha MP (c.915 - c.942)

Ibn Sarjado, Aaron (Khalaf) ben Joseph ha-Kohen Aaron (Ar. Khalaf) ben Joseph ha-Kohen ibn Sarjado was gaon of Pumbedita from around 942 to 960. Ibn Sarjado was not from a family of scholars, but mar...

Kohen Ṣedeq II "Yakob" ben Yosef, Gaon of Sura & Pumbeditha MP (c.883 - c.935)

Kohen Ṣedeq ben Joseph Gaon Kohen Ṣedeq ben Joseph—not to be confused with Kohen Ṣedeq Bar Ivomay, gaon of Sura from 832 to 843)—served as gaon of Pumbedita from Fe...

Me'ir ben Yosef ben Me’ir ibn Migash (ibn Ezra) MP (c.1102 - c.1180)

Meʾir ibn Migash (12th century) was the son of the well-known talmudist Joseph ibn Migash. Following the Sephardi tradition, he was named for his grandfather, who had lived in Seville in the ele...

Moses Raḥamim ben Yosef Raphael Ashkenazi (ben Mordechaim Ashkenazi) MP (1809 - 1878)

The Bekemoharar family of rabbis and scholars was descended from Menahem ben Isaac Ashkenazi (1666–1733), who was born in Timişoara (Temesvár) near the border between present-day R...

Moshe ben Yosef Benveniste, haRoffe MP (c.1558 - d.)

Moses Benveniste, a rabbi who also served as physician to Grand Vizier Siyavuş Pasha (r. 1582–1584, 1586–1589, 1592–1593). Moses was eventually exiled from Istanbul to Rhode...

Nissim ben Moshe Benveniste (ben Yosef Benveniste) MP (1582 - 1621)

Rabbi Nissim ben Moses Benveniste (1582–1621), married the daughter of Rabbi Elijah ben Ḥayyim, a famous Romaniot rabbi of the last quarter of the sixteenth century known as the Rana...

Rami bar Hamma (bar Yosef bar Khamma), 6th Gen Amora MP (c.310 - c.385)

Rami b. Abba [1] (or Rammi b. Abba II;[2] Hebrew: (רמי בר אבא (השני) was a sixth generetion Amora sage of Babylon. In...

Raḥamim Elijah ben Yosef Rapael Ḥazzan MP (b. - 1840)

Joseph Raphael had four sons from his marriage to Rusa, the daughter of Daniel Pallache (Palaggi; see Pallache Family), all of whom were noted scholars: Eliezer (d. 1823), author of the responsa collec...

Rivkah wife of Rashi d. Isaac Benabun or Yosef Klonymos ? MP (c.1040 - 1096)

Not much is known about her. She might have been Bat (daughter of) Yitzhak Benabun or bat Yosef Klonimus?

Sahl ben Abu Amr Yosef MP (c.1055 - c.1110)

Shlomo Ben Yosef (Tabachnik) MP (1913 - 1938)

שלמה בן יוסף _________________________________________________________________________________ Shlomo Ben-Yosef (May 7, 1913 in Pol...

Sitt bat Abu Yosef Yakob ben Amram ibn Mar Sahl al-Nag'hdīlah MP (deceased)

Solomon ben Yosef haLevi (haLevi) MP (c.1455 - d.)

The Sephardi family known as ha-Levi or le-Vet ha-Levi (Heb. of the House of Levi) produced a number of leading scholars and communal leaders in Salonica during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries....

Tsaina bat Musa (bar Yosef) MP (c.325 - d.)

Abarbanel – undated handwritten manuscript from the collection of the late Rabbi Shmuel Gorr, held by Chaim Freedman. Reference was made to “Elef Margaliot” 1993, Meir Wunder.

Yaakov Yosef MP (1946 - 2013)

Ya'akov Yosef (Hebrew: יעקב יוסף‎, 18 October 1946 – 12 April 2013)[1] was an Israeli rabbi and former politician who served as a...

Saint Jude MP (c.3 - d.)

Saint Jude is the only one of Jesus' brothers who is known to have left descendants. Some modern sources call him the 3rd Bishop of Jerusalem, identifying him with Justus I, Bishop 107-113, who was n...

Yehudah ben Yosef ben Eleazar HaKohen MP (c.1038 - d.)

Judah ben Joseph ben Eleazar ha-Kohen, often referred to simply as “the rav” in letters from the Cairo Geniza, was one of the most respected scholars in Egypt during the second half of th...

Yehudah ben Shlomo haLevi (ben Yosef haLevi) MP (c.1484 - d.)

The Sephardi family known as ha-Levi or le-Vet ha-Levi (Heb. of the House of Levi) produced a number of leading scholars and communal leaders in Salonica during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries....

Yitzchak Yosef MP

Yitzhak Yosef (Hebrew: יצחק יוסף‎), born January 16, 1952, is the Sephardi Chief Rabbi of Israel, also known as the Rishon LeZion, the ros...

Yitzhak ben Yosef Rapael Ḥazzan MP (b. - c.1854)

Joseph Raphael had four sons from his marriage to Rusa, the daughter of Daniel Pallache (Palaggi; see Pallache Family), all of whom were noted scholars: Eliezer (d. 1823), author of the responsa collec...

Yitzhak Ẓemaḥ ben Palṭoi Kohen Ṣedeq (Yosef Ibomai), Gaon of Pumbeditha MP (c.848 - c.890)

Ṣemaḥ Ṣedeq ben Isaacserved as gaon of Sura from sometime after 987 until before 999. He was the first gaon of the Sura academy after the four-decade closure that began in 942. A g...

Yosef Bar Yosef MP (1933 - d.)

יוסף בר יוסף באתר פרס ישראל

Yosef bar Yosef al-Baghdad (of Mar Yosef), Wakīl al-Tujjār agent of merchants MP (c.900 - d.)

Ḥayyim ben Yosef Ḥazzan (bat Joseph ben Elijah Ḥazzan) MP (b. - c.1712)

The Ḥazzans (Ḥazan) were a Sephardi rabbinical family first mentioned in seventeenth-century Izmir (Smyrna). Several members of the family served as rabbis in communities of the Ottoman E...

Ḥayyim David ben Yosef Raphael Ḥazzan MP (1790 - 1869)

Elijah Bekhor ben Raphael Joseph Ḥazzan (d. 1908) moved to Jerusalem at the age of ten with his grandfather, Rabbi Ḥayyim David ben Joseph Raphael Ḥazzan . From the 1860s, he fulfi...

Yosef (b. - 1536)

Yosef (deceased)

"Bennie" Sachnoff (Adolph Saconov) (Avrum ben Yosef) (1881 - 1942)

(Adolph) (Avram) "Bennie" (Saconov) Sachnoff ben Yosef (deceased)

(Adolph) (Avram) "Bennie" (Sacanov) Sachnoff ben Yosef (b. - 1942)

(Adolph) (Avram) "Bennie" (Saconov) Sachnoff ben Yosef (1881 - 1942)

1st Wife of Mar Yosef (deceased)

2nd Wife of Mar Yosef (deceased)

? Ben Yosef (deceased)

?? ben Yosef Hazan (deceased)

??? Yosef (deceased)

???? bat Yosef ben Nehemiah Kohen Ṣedeq Ibn Lakhtush al-Yahudi (deceased)

???? bat Mar Yosef ben Pinchas (deceased)

Aaron De Yosef Hazan (c.1846 - c.1931)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via father Joseph Raphael Hazan by SmartCopy : Oct 28 2014, 21:16:08 UTC

Aaron ben Yosef Sasson (ben Aaron Sasson) (1555 - c.1626)

Adela Bar yosef (deceased)

aharon yosef (1927 - 1994)

Ahuva ben yosef (finkelstein) (deceased)

Albert Ben Yosef (deceased)

aliza yosef (deceased)

Aliza Ben Yosef (deceased)

Aliza Ben Yosef (Cohen) (deceased)

alya mor yosef (deceased)

Ammi ben Mar Yosef, Gaon of Pumbeditha (c.775 - 820)

Amnon Ben Yosef (deceased)

Anayat Yosef-Zahade' (deceased)

Arie Ben Yosef (Szuminer) (1907 - 1987)

Arlet (Alegra) Yosef (Ben Aderet) (1917 - 2002)

Avigdor Bar Yosef (1969 - 1985)

Aviva Ashkenazi-Bar-Yosef (Manheim) (deceased)

avner yosef (deceased)

Avraham Sherman (son of Yosef Dov Sherman), born 1878/9 in the Russian Empire (deceased)

AVRAHAM BEN YOSEF (c.1900 - c.1985)

Avraham Yosef (deceased)

Avraham Yosef (deceased)

Avraham Yosef (deceased)

Avraham Yosef (deceased)

Avrahm Ben Yosef (deceased)

Aziza Yosef (deceased)

Aziza Yosef (deceased)

Azrilevich Yosef (deceased)

Baruch Yosef (deceased)

Batia Yosef (Zantkeren) (1925 - 2001)

batya yosef (deceased)

Batya Ben Yosef (Kabilyo) (1945 - 2006)

Bela Yosef (deceased)

bella yosef (deceased)

Ben-Zion Yosef-Hai (deceased)

Berna Yosef (deceased)

Beti Buium (Yosef) (1927 - 2007)

Bibi Dov Yosef (1923 - 2005)

Binyamin ben Yosef ibn ʿAwkal (c.1050 - d.)

Binyamin / Felix Ben-Yosef / Goldschmidt (1905 - 1987)

Bluma Scheiner (Bar Yosef Hacohen) (b. - 1968)

Bologhine "Bullugin" ibn Ahmad Yosef (ibn Hammad al-Ashir) (b. - c.1056)

Brakha (Bacha) Krulewitch (Yosef) (deceased)

breine daughter of rav yosef (deceased)

Brudniy Yosef (deceased)

Buka Yosef (deceased)

Carolina Yosef (deceased)

Chaim Yosef (deceased)

Chaim Bar Yosef (b. - 1979)

Chaim Yosef (deceased)

Chana Ruchel (Rose) bas Yosef Chikel (Green) (Rimland) (1918 - d.)

Weighed 1.5 lbs at birth. Second wife of Harry Green. Married in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Moved to Phoenix, AZ. Adopted Dyana Joyce Green from husband's first marriage.

Chanita Bar Yosef (Greenberg) (b. - 1994)

chanom Chassidim-yosef (deceased)

Chatun Yosef (deceased)