Genealogy Projects tagged with sephardic on the Geni Family Tree

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  • Jewish Families of Gibraltar

    This project seeks to reconstruct the Jewish population of Gibraltar from the late 18th century to present day. As the project grows it should be possible to link up all the Jewish families of Gibraltar. Gibraltar Jewish Population Data Year: 1725 - Number of Jews: 137 - 10% of population Year: 1754 - Number of Jews: 573 - 33% of population Year: 1777 - Number of Jews: 863 - 25% of popu...

  • The Western Sephardic Aboab Family

    Aboab family Aboab family Wikipedia The Aboab family (Hebrew: אבוהב) (also Abohab , Abuab , Aboaf , Abof , Aboav and Abuaf ) is an old and distinguished Western Sephardic family, originally from Aragon, Spain. The family has produced several notable rabbis, scholars, physicians, and merchants especially achieving prominence in Amsterdam, Venice and Hamburg. The progenitor of the family ...

  • The Taroç (Toros) family of Catalonia

    Taroç family Wikipedia Taroç family The Taroç family (also spelt Teroç , Toroç and sometimes Taros ) (Hebrew: טארוש, Tarosh) (Arabic:التاراس, al-Taras) is a Sephardic Jewish family originally from Girona, Catalonia. Members of the family occupied key positions in the courts and economy of Catalonia, becoming one of the wealthiest Jewish families in Catalonia during the 13th to 15th centur...

  • Sephardic and Crypto-Jews of New Mexico

    The Descendants of Sephardic, Anusim, Converso, and Crypto-Jews are welcome to add their Ancestors and/or their own profiles to this project. Jews of New Mexico When most people think of the the "Jews of New Mexico", they think of German/Ashkenazi Jews coming in the Santa Fe Trail in the late 1800's, early 1900's and setting up mercantile stores from Las Vegas, Santa Fe, Albuquerque a...

  • DeLisser / De Lisser Family of Jamaica

    This project is to research and find out more about the DeLisser / De Lisser and other related families from Jamaica, West Indies, but originating in western Europe.==What can you do here?==*Ask questions.*Collaborate on your research.*Share knowledge you have gained as you've done your own research in a specific area.*Problem finding an ancestors, open a discussion here and we all try to help*...