Salomon (Salomão) de Moshe Levy Maduro

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Salomon (Salomão) de Moshe Levy Maduro

Birthdate: (70)
Birthplace: Amsterdam, North Holland, The Netherlands
Death: May 28, 1699 (70)
Amsterdam, North Holland, The Netherlands
Immediate Family:

Son of Moseh Levy o Maduro and Clara (Rachel) Roiz (Rodriguez) Maduro
Husband of Chana (Hanah) Levy Maduro (de Samuel de Crasto)
Father of Mosseh Levy Maduro; Isaac de Salomon de Salomon Levy Maduro; Samuel Levy Maduro; Rachel Levy Maduro; Ester Levy Maduro and 4 others
Brother of David Levy Maduro and Moses Levy Maduro

Occupation: Chirurgijn (barber-)surgeon, Surgeon, Doctor in Medicine (Surgeon)
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About Salomon (Salomão) de Moshe Levy Maduro

4 of his sons who left Amsterdam are Moses L. Maduro (1st) to Curacao, Samuel L. Maduro (2nd) to Jamaica, Irmiao(Jeremias) L. Maduro (4th) to Curacao, and Aaron L.Maduro(5th) also to Curacao were he owned plantage Klein Sta. Martha. The daughters stayed in Holland

When the Panama Canal was built, the economic center of gravity in the Caribbean region and Central America shifted to the republic of Panama. Members of the Maduro family from Curacao, St. Thomas and Jamaica began to move to Panama. Other family members moved to Costa Rica, Honduras and Guatemala and New York.



ofishi: Chirurgijn (barber-)surgeon

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1.2.1.1.1 / 1.1 Salomon Levy Maduro; b. 1629, Amsterdam; d. 28 May 1699, Amsterdam; also called Salomao

      =(27 Oct 1648) Hanah / Hanna de Crasto (Castro); b. 1634, Amsterdam; d. 28 May 1699, Amsterdam; dau of Samuel de Crasto; she had nine children of whom one son & 2 dau stayed in Amsterdam, one son went to Jamaica; the rest of the children and their mother moved to Curacao after the death of Salomon.

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4 of his sons who left Amsterdam are Moses L. Maduro (1st) to Curacao, Samuel L. Maduro (2nd) to Jamaica, Irmiao(Jeremias) L. Maduro (4th) to Curacao, and Aaron L.Maduro(5th) also to Curacao were he owned plantage Klein Sta. Martha. The daughters stayed in Holland

When the Panama Canal was built, the economic center of gravity in the Caribbean region and Central America shifted to the republic of Panama. Members of the Maduro family from Curacao, St. Thomas and Jamaica began to move to Panama. Other family members moved to Costa Rica, Honduras and Guatemala and New York.

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Salomon (Salomão) de Moshe Levy Maduro's Timeline

1629
1629
Amsterdam, North Holland, The Netherlands
1649
1649
Age 20
Amsterdam, Government of Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
1650
1650
Age 21
Amsterdam, Netherlands, Noord-Holland
1651
1651
Age 22
Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
1655
1655
Age 26
Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
1657
1657
Age 28
Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
1663
1663
Age 34
Leyenburg, South Holland, Netherlands
1670
1670
Age 41
Amsterdam, Netherlands, Noord-Holland
1675
1675
Age 46
Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Nederland