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  • Efim (Efraim) Semenovich London (1869 - 1939)
    "...pathologist Efim (Efraim) Semenovich London. [Jacob] Robinson’s uncle, one of Russia’s first Jewish medical researchers, was codirector of the Institute of Experimental Medicine in Saint Petersburg...
  • Jack London (1876 - 1916)
    Jack London was an American novelist, journalist, and social activist. A pioneer in the then-burgeoning world of commercial magazine fiction, he was one of the first fiction writers to obtain worldwide...
  • Representative Meyer London (1871 - 1926)
    Meyer London (December 29, 1871 - June 6, 1926) was an American politician from New York City. He was one of only two members of the Socialist Party of America elected to the United States Congress.[...
  • Minna Loewy (1868 - 1942)
    Eintrag im »Gedenkbuch« des Bundesarchivs: Loewy, Minna geborene London geboren am 17. Juni 1868 in Breslau / - / Schlesien wohnhaft in Berlin (Schöneberg) Deportation: ab Berlin 14. September 1942...

About the London surname

The London Family

  • Origin from Riga, Latvia
  • Eight children of Rabbi Moses London emigrated to South Africa at th beginning of the 19th Century


London in Angolia founded by people from Dane-Lawe as well as Luanda in Angola got the name of A-Da-Ne-Wa'a-La possible ancestor of lunda nation ,sometimes called also Ak-al-la-'an-ba son of king A-Daya-Wa-De ,whose mother was A'an-Ba-Wa-Gawal-La from Keram-Mela formerly wife of An-a-Bal-La a descendant of Ak-Alba son of Awab-Pen-Naha - ancestors of penob-scot tribe from Alba - and of the older Ak-a-la-ba.

Keram-Mela must have been and is inhabited by keram tribe of Melanesia respectively now in Papua-Niugini maybe descending from Keramos son of Dionysos,who are related to alanblak and anbulás tribes too obviously an offspring of the above named .

Australia might have in antiquity been called Dyawa - where dyawi and wadi tribes live - and got its name from the king A-Daya-Wa-De,while another nearby island might have bear the name Mu-Dyawa inhabited among others by mu-angol - now called mongol in the vicinity of the mentioned nations at Sepik region.

Dyawa of today may also have a population originally of keram-melanesian origin speaking a language variant called krama.

Mongo and dagu language whose speakers are obvious relatives of monggol and daguur of Asia may somewhat be similar to that of anbulás - possibly also called bolgárs - otherwise distantly similar to japanese of course,and d'adio tribal name may also reflect descending from the king himself : De-A-Daya-Wa.

These peoples formed the base of Dzhou empire where Dzhou-Da in Asia and after the exile Da-Dzhou in Africa belong to,and were later ruled by Daya-De called by chinese Wu-Wang.

From here may have also come some blaks with bolgárs called alan-blak.

Jews and christians call these people Dani'el,Kile'ab,Dawid,Abigail,Karmel,Nabal,Kaleb,Yefunneh,Kaleb.

See Landau,Blak,Vajda,Deutsch,Kramer,Oppenheimer,Waldner,Matyó,Camara !

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