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Francisco de Faria, (Sr.)
Caetano Vitorino de Faria, (Padre.)
(c.1732 - d.)
There was a problem of internal dissension based on nationalities, viz. Portuguese Vincentians versus their Italian confreres in a letter dated 17th April 1784 to D. Manuel de Santa Catarina complainin...
Abbad II (Abu Amr Abbad) al-Mutadid hajib de Sevilla MP
(c.1015 - 1069)
"Abu Amr Abbad"
Abbad II al-Mu'tadid (1042–1069), the son and successor of al-Qasim, became one of the most remarkable figures in Iberian Muslim history. He had a striking resemblance to the Italian princes...
Manoel Caetano Pinto
(1758 - d.)
(To a loyal horse)
MARCOS GOMES CATAO
Hail to thee, fiery white steed
Unexcelled the gallantry of thine unsung deed
Who nobler than thee, high-spirited charger,
António Eugenio Toscano
Ignacio Caetano Toscano was a co-conspirator w/ the Pintos and Abbe Faria the brother Antonio Eugenio Toscano denounced the conspiracy
A Conjuração de 1787 em Goa: a varias cousas desse...
Ignacio Caetano Toscano, Lt Col
ancestor Abbe Faria
To the best of my recollection the genealogy of Abbe Faira was published in Heraldo, Goa around 20th September 1945 when his statue was unveiled in Panjim, Goa. --Luis Vas
When you run up your geneal...
When you run up your genealogical tree you will reach one Nuno Vaz. He was a son of Antu Sinai, the last Hindu in the line to be converted to Christianily. One other son took the surname Faria and beca...
Este Nuno Vaz deve ser sido o hindú brâmane que foi convertido ao Cristianismo por volta de 1580, altura das conversões em Bardez (onde fica Aldoná). Durante mais do que 400...
José Custódio de Faria, (Padre.) MP
(1756 - 1819)
"Abbe Faria / Abade Faria / Father of Hypnotism."
Father of Hypnotism: ABADE FARIA (1756-1819)
José Custódio Faria mais conhecido por Abade Faria, filho do Caetano Valeriano Faria e Maria de Sousa, nasceu a 30 de Maio de 1756 em Candol...