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Elazar Todros

Hebrew: Elazar מאך, ‎אלעזר טודרוס
Also Known As: "Elasar Todros", "Eleasar Todros", "Eleasor Todros", "Eliaser Todros", "Eliezer Todros"
Death: 1635
Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic
Immediate Family:

Son of Todros and Mrs. Todros
Husband of Yehudit Judith Todros
Father of bat elazar todros מאך; Pessel Perl Wiener-Spira; Rabbi Chaim Eliezer Todros and ben Rabbi Elazar Todros

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Note: family tree DNA Todres is a distinguished name throughout Jewish history, but until now we have not been able to trace the descent from the famous medieval and ancient Todres to those alive today. Just one example is the fact that a Todros family of renowned Rabbis is mentioned in the Talmud.

No one knows whether or not all Todres are related in the remote past. Todres or Todros and many other variations on the spelling are all the same as the name was always Jewish and hence often no vowels OR any relation to Todros names on Jewish Encyclopedia and ref. to poet OR wordsmith Eliezer Todros ( - 1527) of Saloniki(a), Greece OR Benedict (Baruch) Todros (living 1580) in Turin and Jaquia Todros (Pô) Banking family in Turin and Piémont 1700 OR Rabbi Todros of Kaunas (Kovno), Lithuania mentioned 10/20/1559 OR on seforim blog ..Rabbi Man Todros Spira sometimes only called Man Todros rabbi in Friedberg until ca. 1582, succeeded by Rabbi Samuel b. Eliezer, succeeded by Rabbi Jacob Günzberg.. OR on Jstor Rabbi Joseph Todros chief rabbi of Friedberg 1575-1582 OR Nehemiah Todros "Nassi", newly arrived from Spain, and a Descendant of Todros Abulaffi Halevi and "struggles for the Prague and particularly for the Land Chief Rabbinate. 312) Ibidem (Memorandum by Israel Bondy in 5/22/1688; Memorandum by" M. H. Todros)..