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Sephardic Levy Family Reunion 1912

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The Levy Sephardim Cousins Reunion October 2012 in Westchester, NY

YOU ARE INVITED if you are a second or third generation Sephardim descendant of Vita Gentil Barocas & Elihua Levi, our Great-Grandparents from Corlu, Ottoman Empire, Turkey and their Corlu-born children, siblings-Morris-Salomome-Charlie-Nissim-Abraham-Isaac-Israel-Jenny and Dave Levy.

We are originally descendants of Spanish-Portuguese Jews who lived in the Iberian Peninsula before our ancestors' expulsion in the years leading up to 1492; most of these ancestors relocated to other areas in the Muslim Ottoman Empire.

Our Levy Cousins Reunion: Know our extended family, revisit our childhood family friendships, see cousins we have never met from all over the country and overseas, encourage and retain our historic, cultural Sephardi Heritage.

Sephardic descendants of Elijahu Levy and his wife, Vida Gentil Barocas-Levi, from Corlu; all siblings born in Corlu, Ottoman Empire, Turkey. Photo circa 1914, Standing left to right: Zembul Levy Israel, Abraham Levy, Regina Calderon Levy (Joel and Stephen’s Grandmother); Seated left to right: David Levy, Vida Gentil-Barocas (Nona) Levy (our Great Grandmother), Nissim Levy (our Grandfather), Israel Levy. Levys other than Grandparents are Nissim’s siblings whose parents were Elijahu Levy and his wife, Vida Gentil Barocas-Levy.

If you are a Levy Sephardic descendant, please contact Judah (aka Joel) Nissim Levy or Stephen Levy, grandchildren of Nissim and Regina Caldron Levy, sons of Louis N. Levy, or Sophia Amaro, granddaughter of Isaac Levy and daughter of Dinah Levy.

Judah Nissim,, mobile 516 637-4342

Stephen Levy,

Sophia Amaro,

"Podemos viajar en paz como una familia"

Thank You! Sephardi Cousins Judah, Stephen and Sophia