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  • Santo Frei Galvão (c.1739 - 1822)
    Leia minha Biografia Nasceu em 1739 (segundo a maioria das fontes) ou 1738. Mudou de nome para Antonio de Sant'Anna Galvão (ou Antonio de Sant'Anna Galvão de França) ao ingressar...
  • Sir Aron ap Rhys, Knight of the Sepulchre (c.1165 - 1190)
    See Darrell Wolcott, , for untangling of these lines. (February 2, 2016; Anne Brannen, curator)
  • Bledri "Latimer" ap Cadifor Fawr, Lord Of Kilsant (c.1065 - 1119)
    See Darrell Wolcott, "The Pedigree of Cynddelw Gam," for untangling and clarification of these lines. (January 17, 2016, Anne Brannen, curator) ****************** SEEMS TO BE MISSING GENERATIONS ...
  • Carlos Corrêa de Menezes Sant'anna
    Formado em Medicina pela Universidade Federal da Bahia em 1955 com especialização em Pediatria Social em 1971 pelo Centro Internacional da Criança em Paris e com curso superior de ...
  • Cydifor Fawr ap Collwyn, of Blaen Cuch (c.1030 - 1091)
    See Darrell Wolcott, -- for the untangling of these lines. (January 14, 2016; Anne Brannen, curator) See Darrell Wolcott, "The Pedigree of Cynddelw Gam," for untangling and clarification of these lines...

About the Sant surname

Sant Surname in India is from Maharashtra state western India.Deshastha Rigvedi Brahmins tracing their genealogy to ancient Rishis like Mudgal and sapatarishis.Gotra means that geneology origin.Pravara means what followed later which clan divers ed into what.sant title is given to a SAINT ly person or the WISE One in India across all major languages cultures which seem diverse BUT are One -originating from Sanskrit words.