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  • Barbara Sinatra (1927 - 2017)
    Barbara Blakeley Sinatra was the wife of former comedian-turned agent, Zeppo Marx, from September 18, 1959 until their divorce in 1973, and to Frank Sinatra from 1976 until his death in 1998.
  • Christina "Tina" Sinatra
    Christina Sinatra is a movie producer and former actress. She is the youngest child (and second daughter) of Frank Sinatra and his first wife, Nancy Barbato. Her parents divorced when she was three y...
  • Frank Sinatra (1915 - 1998)
    Francis Albert "Frank" Sinatra was an American singer and motion-picture actor who became one of the most sought-after performers in the entertainment industry; he is often hailed as the greatest Ameri...
  • Frank Sinatra, Jr. (1944 - 2016)
    . Franklin Wayne Sinatra (born January 10, 1944), professionally known as Frank Sinatra, Jr., was an American singer, songwriter and conductor. Frank Jr. was the son of legendary musician and act...
  • Nancy Sandra Lambert
    Nancy Sandra Sinatra is an American singer and actress. She is the daughter of singer/actor Frank Sinatra from his first wife, Nancy Barbato, and remains known for her 1966 signature hit "These Boots...

About the Sinatra surname

Sinatra family may somehow come from Sinatruk king of Parthia many of the descendants of whom were taken either as hostages or refugees to Italia and to Hispania in the decades following his rule between about 94 and 70 b.c.. I strongly assume even that Spartacus leader of rebelling "slaves" was his son.

Sinatruk is called by peruvians Sintche Roka - and by his parthian-skytha phorhepetsha-wasekuetsha nation Siku-Irantsha as well as by related mongols Shik-Iratu - ,and he had a firstborn son called Sapaka Manko whose later destiny is,at least for me,unknown,but is easily imaginable he could not follow his father on the throne for the sole reason he died before him,namely in 71 b.c. at the approximate age of 38 ,as known from history. In this case Spartak,stated by some to be of royal thrakian descent,was in fact called Sapa-Arta-Ak by his people.

Manko Khapak was born according to chronicles about 157 b.c. and his second successor Llukeyu-Pangi about 91 so it seems possible the latter was no son but grandson of Sinche Roka born about 135 -let us say ! - and his father was Spartak whether he was called Sapaka or not by incas.

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