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  • ? Garcia (deceased)
  • Abraham Garcia (1852 - d.)
    Abraham Garcia 1871 England & Wales Census Birth: Circa 1852 - London, England Residence: 1871 - King St, London, London-Middlesex, England Parents: Daniel Garcia, Martha Garcia Siblings: E...
  • Abraham Garcia (1852 - 1901)
    Abraham Garcia 1871 England & Wales Census Birth: Circa 1852 - London, England Residence: 1871 - King St, London, London-Middlesex, England Parents: Daniel Garcia, Martha Garcia Siblings: E...
  • Acibella García de Gascuña (b. - c.905)
    Acibella Garcés de GascuñaFather García Sánchez "le Courbe"1 b. circa 870, d. 924Mother Aminiana (?)1 b. circa 865 Acibella Garcés de Gascuña was the daughter of García Sánchez "le Courbe" and Aminiana...
  • Adelaida Luján (1870 - d.)

About the García surname

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Some García families may have trace their origin back to the village of Garsi in the Holy Land of America ,in Galilaia namely, that is only known from historical source of having one man called Tephthe sent to fight with Romans invading the country .

Garsi can be derived from Gar-Resi and might have referred to places where modern Resigaro tribe had then lived . The latter are rellated to Achiote ,who in turn may be so with Achoti clan in Guam ,the ancient homeland of Guamo in Columbia ,and may be descended from Athoti(s) ,an ancient king of Aigypt from Mén's dynasty .

Galilaia might be named after Ar-Gal-La'a from the tribe of A'as-Sharra , so some of its inhabitants might have been of Tyrsén origin too . Sarra was namely Tyros' older name ,where Tyrsén or Toscan or Albanian peoples were from ,who are the Algwank ones remaining in the Holy Land .

Tephthe's name may be derived from Tepa-Ha-Tshe , meaning the stone of the people ,or something else .

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