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  • 5 daughters Luria (deceased)
  • Achsa Sagis (deceased)
    קורות חייו של האר"י הקדושלפי מסורות שמסרו תלמידיו, עד גיל 36 חי בבית דודו רבי מרדכי פרנסיס שהיה ממונה על המכס במצרים והיה סמוך על שולחנו, שם הגה בספר הזוהר, עד שנגלה אליו אליהו הנביא והורה לו לעלות לאר...
  • Rabbi Aharon ben Nethanel Luria, [the 1st Luria] ABD Heilbronn (c.1413 - 1478)
    Over 3,000 Years of Humans Exaggerating Their Lineage on Family Trees ............ The Lurie family tree, on the other hand, is generally considered the oldest, or tallest, family tree in existence. Al...
  • Aminadav Luria (deceased)
  • Avraham ben Yechiel Luria II ABD BRISK, ben Yechiel (1465 - 1521)
    Avraham was born in year 1460. Avraham 's father was Yechiel LURIA and his mother was Bat SHRENTZEL. His paternal grandparents were Aharon LURIA and Miriam Speyer SPIRA ; his maternal grandparents we...

About the Luria surname

Lurie is a Jewish surname. Neil Rosenstein's "The Lurie Legacy: The House of Davidic Royal Descent" traces the genealogy of the Lurie/Luria surname.

The name is sometimes transliterated from/to other languages as Lurye, Luriye (from Russian), Lourié (in French).

Other variants include: Luria, Luri, Laurie, Lourie, Laurier

"Among families which claim descent from biblical King David, problaby the one with most authenticity is that of the Lurie family. Also the most prominent of all Ashkenazic Jewish rabbinical families, Lurie probably traces its origins to 13th- or 14th-century France. Although opinions differ as to the exact origin of the name, it is more likely that it is traceable to the town of Loire, on the Rhone River."

                            -  The Lurie Legacy, Dr. Neil Rosenstein, page xxi.