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Consolidated Index of Sephardic Surnames
Compiled from other databases by Jeffrey Malka



Over 150,000+ names
from the following Databases
are included in the Consolidated Index:

Alexandria (Egypt) Rabbinate Marriage authorizations * Algeria: Cemeteries of Algeria (Bloch) * Algeria: Rabbis of * Amsterdam, Poor Sephardic Jews given sedaka * Amsterdam Personal Files in CAHJP * Amsterdam, Vaz Dias index of Sephardic surname aliases * Amsterdam, Index of dowries for Pautas * Amsterdam Poor who went elsewhere * Amsterdam Aliases (Vas Diaz) * Aragon, Regne, Jews of Aragon * Arditti: Prominent Jews of Bulgaria in the 19th & 20th Centuries * Austria: Turkish Community of Vienna birth records * Austria: Turkish Community of Vienna marriage registers * Austria: Sephardim buried in Vienna Zentralfriedhof Cemetery * Bulgarian Jewish casualties in Balkan Wars * Dictionary of Bulgarian Names * Bulgaria: Russe weddings (1898-1929) * Bulgaria 1919 Directory* Calcutta Cemetery * Constantine (Algeria) Voters 1880 * Egypt Annuaire 1942-1943 * Egypt Fargeon 1938 * Greece: Index of Nehama's Juifs de Salonique * Greece: Index of Recanati Salonika 1943 * Greece: Crete Shoah victims * Greece: Florina Shoah victims * Index of Gaon's [Oriental Jews in Erets Israel] * Italy, Tombstones in Antique Cemetery of Venice * Italy: Index of Luzzato's Gal Avanim Trieste, 1851 * Italy: Livorno 1841 Census * Italy: Livorno Charities Lebanon: Jewish Surnames in Lebanon * Libya: Jewish victims of Libyan Riots * Meknes families * Mogador Illuminated Ketubot * Montefiore 1839 Erets Israel Census (includes Sidon, Lebanon) * Montefiore 1840 Alexandria Census * Morocco: Oujda and Djerada 1948 massacre * Leroy, Jews of Navarre * Portuguese Inquisition trials at the CAHJP * Portugal: Faro Cemetery * Romania: Craiova War Memorial * Saloniki 16th century Synagogues and their memberships * Sefarad Periodical Articles * Sephardic Ketubot from Diaspora * Serbia: Census of Jewish Family Names in Belgrade * Shumen cemetery burials, Bulgaria * Spain: Assis, Jews of Santa Coloma * Spain: Castellon, Burriana & Villareal * Spain: Jews of Valencia * Spain: Lacave, Medieval Ketubot * Sephardim buried in Helkat Meholek (Mount of Olives) cemetery * Syrian Ketubot * Turkey: Index of Galante's Histoire des Juifs de Turquie *

Rabbis: Sephardic Chief Rabbis Erets Israel * Bulgaria Chief Rabbis * Malkhei Rabbanan [Rabbis of Morocco] * Index of Ovadia's Fes Rabbis (Fez vehakhamekha) * Rabbis buried in Damascus 1650-1933 CE * Rabbis buried in Izmir 1540-1860 CE * Rabbis buried in Saloniki 1521-1800 * Chief Rabbis of Turkey.

Deportees from France during WW II of Jews from: Algeria, Bulgaria, Egypt, Greece, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, and Turkey.
Deportees from France exterminated in Concentration Camps from Egypt, Bulgaria, Greece, and Turkey.
Sephardic dead at Bergen Belsen. French Jews exterminated in Concentration camps. Moroccan Jews exterminated in Concentration Camps.

Surname Lists: Medieval Sephardic Surnames that have survived to the present * North African surname database * All Balkans surname database * Northern European Surname database * Caribbean Surname database * Portuguese Isles Surname database * and lists at Sephardic Surnames.

Search hints:
(See FAQ button for additional tips):

1. This index is meant as a helpful tool to more rapidly lead to you to the individual componet database which contain more detailed information.
2. In the individual databases making up the index, some individuals did not have surnames. So search the individual databases as well.
3. When searching this index, search primarily on "Surnames" to maximize your chances of finding a person.
    **A few individuals did not have surnames in the component databases. They can be searched for by entering N/A in the Surname field.
4. When filtering by the country field, remember that many individuals listed as living in Erets Israel came from or were born in other countries. The other countries or countries of origin are often found in the individual databases.
5. "Sounds like" uses the American Soundex; "is phonetically" uses Morse-Beider's new phonetic matching designed for Sephardic names.
6. Click on the "Frequently Asked Questions" button above for more hints.

Note: Please let me know if you find errors or problems in this database. JeffMalka@SephardicGen.com
Search the Database
(may use one or more search fields)

Surname
Nom de famille
contains/contient
is exactly/est exactement
sounds like/ressemble à 
is phonetically/est phonetiquement
starts with/commence par
ends with/se termine par

Given Name
Prénom
contains/contient
is exactly/est exactement
sounds like/ressemble à 
starts with/commence par
ends with/se termine par

Country
Pays


** This is a HUGE database to search through. The search may take time. Please be patient.

    

© Jeffrey Malka, 2007
this tool was created using Stephen P Morse's One-Step Search Tool generator

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