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from a number of Jewish Sephardic sources
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To help my fellow researchers I will list Sephardic names that I have found to appear in several printed sources useful to genealogists. This will take some time, so please be patient. Hopefully this will be of value to researchers of Sephardic families. Use the "find" feature of your browser to look for the name you are interested in. Again suggestions are welcomed as we all try to help each other. Donations of lists you have developed are even more welcome!

It might be of value to also first read the following related sections:

Jewish Names and genealogies  by Jeffrey S. Malka
The Origins and Meanings of some Sephardic names   by Jeffrey S. Malka
Sepharades et Barbaresques   by Lionel Levi

Or visit:

List of 41,000 Sephardic Surnames  by Harry Stein
Les Fleurs de l'Orient  by Alain Farhi
Names of Inquisition victims from the Portuguese Archives  from Flavio Mendes Carvalho's book

Here are some of the sources I will list. Click on the author that interests you.

Abecassis, Jose Maria: "Genealogia Hebraica. Portugal e Gibraltar". Lisboa 1990
Laredo, Abraham: "Les Noms des Juifs du Maroc". Institut Montano, Madrid, 1978
Toledano, Joseph: "La Saga des Familles. Les Juifs du Maroc et leurs noms". Stavit, Tel Aviv, 1983
Malka, Eli: "Jacob's Children in the Land of the Mahdi. Jews of the Sudan". Syracuse University Press 1997
Leon Tello, Pilar: "Judios de Toledo". Institut Arias Montano, Madrid
Elnecave, Nissim: "Los Hijos de Ibero-Franconia". Ediciones La Luz, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1981
Attal, Robert & Avivi, Joseph: "Registres Matrimoniaux de la Communaute Juive Portugaise de Tunis. XVIII-XIX siecles" . Oriens Judaicus, Institut Ben Zvi, Israel 1989
Arie, Gabriel: "Genealogie de la famille ARIE de 1766 a 1929". Limited edition pamphlet, April 1929.
Ujlaki, Gyorgy: "Most common names from the Sophia (Bulgaria) Jewish cemetery". Compiled by Ujlaki in Budapest August 30, 1997 and presented with his permission.
Alkana, Victor: "Surnames from a 3000 name family tree of Jews from the Island of Rhodes and Turkey" . Compiled by Victor Alkana and Petros Michailidis and listed here with their permission
Fargion, Liliana Picciotto: "Il Libro Della Memoria Gli Ebrei Deportati Dall' Italia (1943-1945)" .  
Other name lists:
-Harry Stein
(1) civil records of Amsterdam
(2) Bevis Marks
(3) Bethahaim Velho Cemetery
(4) Jews in Venice by Cecil Roth
(5) Finding Our Fathers
(6) Inquisitors and Jews in the New World
(7) History of the Morranos by Cecil Roth
(8) Jews in Colonial Brazil by Arnold Wiznitzer
 


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Abecassis, Jose Maria: "Genealogia Hebraica. Portugal e Gibraltar". Lisboa 1990

Four volumes of carefully documented Jewish family trees from Portugal and Gibralter.

Family trees included:
-Vol I
Abeasis, Abecassis, Abensur, Abitbol, Aboab, Abohbot, Absidid, Abudarham, Acris, Adrehi, Aflalo, Albo, Alkaim, Amar, Amram, Amselem, Amzalak, Anahory, Asayol, Askenazi, Assayag, Athias, Atrutel, Auday, Azancot, Azavey, Azerad, Azuelos, Azulay, Balensi, Banon, Baquis, Barchilom, Baruel, Berlilo, Benabu, Benady, Benaim, Benamor, Benarus, Benatar, Benbunan, Benchaya, Benchetrit, Benchimol, Bendahan, Bendelack, Bendran, Benelisha, Beneluz, Benhayon

-Vol II
Beniso, Benitah, Benjamim, Benjo, Benmergui, Benmiyara, Benmuyal, Benoalid, Benoliel, Benrimoj, Benros, Bensabat, Bensadon, Bensaloha, Bensaude, Benselum, Bensheton, Bensimon, Bensliman, Bensusan, Bentata, Bentubo, Benudis, Benyuli, Benyunes, Benzacar, Benzaquen, Benzecry, Benzimra, Berdugo, Bergel, Bibas, Blum, Bohudana, Brigham, Brudo, Buzaglo, Bytton, Cagi, Cansino, Cardoso, Carseni, Castel, Cazes, Cohen, Conquy, Coriat, Cubi, Danan, Davis, Delmar, Elmaleh, Esaguy, Esnaty, Farache, Ferares, Finsi, Foinquinos, Fresco

-Vol III
Gabay, Gabizon, Garson, Hadida, Hassan, Hatchuel, Israel, Kadoshi, Katzan, Labos, Laluff, Laredo, Lasry, Lengui, Levi, Malca, Maman, Marques, Marrache, Martins, Massias, Matana, Megueres, Melul, Moreira, Mor-Jose, Mucznik, Muginstein, Muller, Nahon, Namias, Nathan, Obadia, Ohana, Oliveira, Pacifico, Pallache, Pariente, Pimienta, Pinto, Querub, Roffe, Ruah, Rygor, Sabath, Salama, Sananes, Saragga, Schocron, Sebag, Segal, Sequerra, Serfaty

-Vol IV
Serequi, Serrafe, Seruya, Sicsu, Tangi, Tapiero, Taregano, Taurel, Tedesqui, Tobelem, Toledano, Tuati, Uziel, Varicas, Wahnon, Waknin, Wolfinsohn, Zafrany, Zagury

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Laredo, Abraham: "Les noms des Juifs du Maroc". Institut Arias Montano, Madrid

Extensive work on the family names of Sephardic Jews of Morocco. Careful study of names, their origins, their variants, etc. Lists occurances of the names with summary of data and documented sources making it an indispensible source for Sephardic research even if not from Morocco.

Abensur in Paris has indexed these names and you can access them at

the ETSI site by clicking here.

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Toledano, Joseph: "La saga des familles. Les juifs du maroc et leurs noms". .

ABECASSIS ABEHSERA ABENSOUR ABERGEL ABDALLAH ABETAN ABIKHZER ABISROR ABITBOL ABIZMIL ABOAB ABOU ABOUDRAHAM ABOULAFIA ABOURMAD ABOURBIA ABRABANEL ADI ADROTIEL AFLALO AFRIAT AKOKA AKRICH ALBARANES ALBO ALCHEIKH ALFONTA ALMAALEM ALLOUL ALTARAZ ALTIT AMAR AMIEL AMOR, AMOZEG AMGHAR AMSELEM AMZALLAG AMSILI ANCONINA ANKRI ANFAOUI ANIDJAR ANNAQUAB ARAJEL ARROUAS ARAMA ASBILI ASSABTI ASSARAF ASSOR ASSOULINE ATTAR AUDAY AlTIA AZENCOT. AZERAD AZAR AZEROUAL AZIZA AZOGUI AZOULAY AZUELOS AZRAN BAHLOUL BAHTIT BANON BARCHlLON BARSHESHET BELAHDEB BARUK BELAHSEN BELICHA BENADIBA BENAKSAS BENAIM BENAMRAM BENAMARA BENAROCH BENAUDIS BENAZERAF BEN BAROUKH BENCHlMOL BENDAVID OUYOUSSEF BENDRAO BENDELAK BENELZRA BENEZRA BENICIKI BENGIO BENIBGUI BENGHOUZI BENHAIM BENISTY BENKEMOUN BENMAIMON BENLOLO BENSAUDE BENSHABAT BENSIMON BENTOLILA BENWALID BEN WAISH BENYAIR BENZAQUEN BENZENOU BERDUGO BERIRO BETITO BETTACH BIBAS BITTON BODOCH BOHBOT BOTBOL BOUAZIZ BOUCFTI BOUHADANA BOUGANIM BOUSSIDAN BOUZAGLO BOUSKILA CABESSA CANDERO CARDOZO CARO CASTIEL CAZES CHARBIT CHETRIT CHOUKROUN CHKEIRAN CHLOUCH CHRIQUI COHEN COHEN MAQUIN COHEN-SCALI CORCOS CONQUI CORIAT DABELA DADES DADOUN DAHAN DADIA DANAN DANON DANINO DAYAN DELMAR DELOYA DERY DIWAN DRIHEM ELALOUF ELBAZ ELGRABLI ELFASSI ELHADAD ELHARAR ELHYANI ELKABAS ELKAYIM ELKESLASSY ELMEKIES ELKOUBY ELKRIEF ELMALEH ELMOZNINO ENCAOUA ESKOURI ETEDGUI EZERZER FEDIDA FOUINQUINOS FHIMA GABAY GAGurN GARZON GAVISON GHOZLAN GUEDALIA GUIGUI BEN HACO HADIDA HALIWA HAMOU HAMRON HARBOUN HASSAN HASSINE HATCHWEL HAZAN HOUTA HAZOT HAZIZA HIMI IFERGAN IFLAH IFRAH ILLOUZ ISRAEL ISCINI ITAH KATAN KHALFON KADOCH KAKON KARSENTI KHALIFA KESSOUS KNAFO LAHMY LAREDO LASRY LAZIMI LEVY LEVY-BEN-YULI LIBRATI LOEB LOUBATON LOUGASSY LOUK LOUSKY MAHFODA MAIMRAN MALKA MAMANE MANSANO MARACHE MARCIANO MARELI MEDIONI MELOUL MERAN MERGUI MESSAS MONSONEGO MORENO MORYOUSSEF MOYAL MREIEN MYARA NAHMANY NAHMIAS NAHON NAHORI NEZRI NIDAM OBADIA OHANA OHNOUNA OHAYON OLIEL OUAKNINE OUAKRAT OUANOUNOU OUAZANA OUTMEZGUIN OUZIEL PARIENTE PALLACHE PEREZ PIMIENTA PINTO REBIBO REVAH RIBOH ROUAH RIMOKH ROUACH ROSILIO RUTI RUIMY SABA SABAH SADOUN SANANES SAPORTA SARFATI SARAGA SASSON SAYAG SEBAG SEBAN SELOUK SERERO SHOUSHANA SIBONI SIKSU SISSO SOUDRY SOUSSAN SUISSA SULTAN SUNBAL TAPIERO TANGUI TAWIL TEMSTET TOBLEM TOBALI TOBI TOLEDANO TORJMAN VIDAL WAHNISH WIZGAN WIZMAN YMAR ZABARO ZAFRANI ZAGURY ZAMERO ZAOUI ZAZON ZEKRI ZINI ZNATI ZRIHEN ZIMRA

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Malka, Eli S.: "Jacob's Children in the land of the Mahdi. Jews of the Sudan.". Syracuse University Press 1997

Click here for additional information.

Jewish names mentioned in the text:

ABBOUDI ADES AELEON AGHION AHARONI ANI BAROUKH BASSIOUNI BATTAN BELILOS BELLENSTEIN BENBASSA BEN-DAVID BEN-EZRA BENIN BEN-LASSIN BEN-MALKA BENOU BEN-RUBI BEN-SION BERGMANN BERNSTEIN BLAU BLOCH BRAUNSCHWEIG BRAUNSTEIN BTESH CARMONA CASTRO CATTAOUI COHEN DAHAN DANNON DAOUD DOUEK DWEK EL-EINI EZRA FARHI FORTI GABBAI GABRA GABRIEL GAON GOLDENBERG GOLDRING GWERTZMAN HAIM HAKIM HARARI HAYON HAZAN HEIMAN HEMOU HORNSTEIN INGLIZI ISHAQ ISRAEL KAMINSKI KANAREK KANE KANTZER KLEIN KUDSI LEVY LIEBERMAN MAFINFEKER MALKA MANI MARCOS MARCOVITCH MARNIGNONE MASHIAH MASSOUD MAZUKI MENASCE MENASSE MENDEL MERZAN METZGER MOUSKY MOSSERI NADLER NAHMIAS NAHUM NOVECKS OHANNA ORTASSE PINTO POLON PONTREMOLI PRATO QATTAWI REICH RISENFELD RODRIGUEZ ROMY RUBIN SAFADI SAFRA SALEH SALEM SALVATOR SASSON SCHECHTER SCHLESINGER SEROUSSI SHAOUL SHAPIRO SHOUA SIBOANI SILVERA SIMONI SINAUER SMOUHA SOKOLOV SULEIMAN SORIANO STEINHART TAMMAM TAMMAN TOLEDANO TUETA TURETSKY TUVAL WEINBERG WOLF YACOUB YETTAH

In addition, Appendix I contains a full listing of all Jewish marriages in the Sudan. Here is a listing of the family names in those marriages:

ABBOUDI, ABDALLA, ADES, AELEON, ANI, BAROUKH, BEHAR, BELILOS, BEN RUBI, BENAIM, BENNOU, BERCHMANN, BERKOWITZ, BERLENSTEIN, BIGO, BOSSIDAN, BRAUNSTEIN, CARMONA, CAVALIERO, COHEN, COSHTI, DANNON, DAOUD, DAVID, DAYAN, DRIGG, DWEK, EINI, FEINSTEIN, FRANCO, GABRA, GABRIEL, GAON, GERSHON, GOLDENBERG, GOLDRING, GREENBERG, HAKIM, HARARI, HEBER, HEIMANI, HEMMO, HERMAN, HINDI, ISHAG, ISHKINAZI, ISRAEL, KANZER, KHASKI, KONEIN, KRAMER, KUDSI, LEILIBH, LEVITIN, LEVY, LOUPO, MALKA, MANNIFKER, MARCOS, MASASINI, MASHI, ALON, MENOVITCH, MIZRAHI, MOSHE, MOURAD, MOUSSA, OHANNA, ORTASSE, PALOMBO, PINTO, SAADA, SAFADIA, SAGRANI, SALTOUN, SASSON, SEROUSSI, SHAKRA, SHAMA, SHAOUL, SHAPIRO, SHENOUDA, SHOUA, SIDIS, SINAI, SORIANO, STULMACHER, TAMMAM, VAGO, WAHBA, WAIS, WEINBERG, YETAH, YONA

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Arie, Gabriel: "Genealogie de la famille ARIE de 1766 a 1929". Pamphlet 1929

This is the family tree of the ARIE Sephardic family from Samakov, Bulgaria.
Gabriel Arie (1863-1939), author of the pamphlet, was a well known teacher and director of Alliance Israelite Universelle schools in various countries.

The information was extracted by Dov Cohen in Israel from the limited print pamphlet (title listed above) and Dov very kindly supplied me with the Gedcom file he created, (which can be downloaded by clicking here), from which I extracted the surnames listed below.

Family surnames included:

ABDALA ACHER ADROXI AGUILAR AHARON ALCALAY ALMALECH AMADA ARAV ARDITTI ARIE ASLAN ASSA BARUCH BARUH BASSAN BEHAR BEHMOARAS BENAROYA BENYAECH BERAHA CALDERON CALEF CAMHI CANETTI CARASSO CARIO COHEN COHEN-HEMSI CONFORTE CONORTE CRESPIN DECARO DONNA ELIAS ELIEZER FARAGGI FARHI FORTUNEE GERSON GUERON HAIM HANANEL HENRI HOUYOMDJI JACOB JACOBSON JOSEPH KAPLAN KOFFLER KOKACHOELI KOUYUMDJULU LEVY MAGGAR MANOACH MAZALTOV MELAMED MEVORAH MITRANI MOLHO MOSCONA MOSHE NINIO PANIGEL PAPO POLICAR PRESENTE RACHEL RAHAMIM RAPHAEL RIVCA RUDIAC SCHNUR SEMACH SHABETAY SIDI SOREF TAGGER UZIEL VARSANO VENEZIA WEILL WEINSTEIN ZONANA

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Sophia (Bulgaria) Jewish cemetery: Common names Compiled by [e-mail to] Ujlaki in Budapest August 30, 1997

Abilash, Adroki, Aftalion, Alabalah, Aladjem, Albalah, Albas, Albasa, Albuhayre, Alfandari, Alhalel, Alkabes, Alkalai, Alkolukbre, Almaleh, Almoznino, Anavi, Anzhel, Apsheh, Arditti, Arama, Arye, Aroyo, Arucheti, Asael, Assa, Asseo, Astrik, Astrug, Astuk, Atias, Avigdor, Avishay, Azriel
Bakish, Barnathan, Baruh, Basan, Betzalel, Behar, Behmoaram, Benaroy, Benatov, Benbasat, Benyozef, Benmayor, Benoasat, Beniesh, Bentura, Benvenisti, Beraha, Bidzherano, Biyla, Burla
Cemah
Tchitchek
Daca, Dafret, Danon, David, Davitchon Dekalo, Delareya,
Djain Djaldeti, Dzherasi, Djiba
Eshkenazi, Elazar, Eli, Ezdra
Faraggi, Farhi, Faruy, Fintzi, Florentin, Fransiz
Garti Gershon
Djivany
Haimov, Hazan, Hazday, Hezkiya
Ilel, Isak, Izrael
Yarhi, Yeroham Yerushalmi, Yeshua, Yomtov, Yona, Yuazari, Yulzari
Katzuni, Kalderon, Kalev, Kamhi, Kapo, Kapon, Karakash, Katalan, Katarivas, Kemalov, Konfino, Konforti, Konorti, Kordova Koren, Koyen, Kovo, Krusrin
Levi, Lidzhi, Lossia, Lupo, Luna
Madzhar, Magrilo, Mamad, Mamon, Mandil, Manoah, Mashiah, Mashiyah, Melamed, Menashe, Merkado, Mesulam, Mevorah, Mezan, Mihael, Mizrahi, Molhov, Moshe Moscona
Nahmias, Nardeya, Natan, Navon, Niego, Ninyo
Oliver, Ovadya
Pandjuro, Panizhel, Paparo, Papo, Pardo, Pardov, Penhas, Perera, Peretz, Pidzhi, Piyade, Pilosof, Pinctzu, Pinkas, Polikar, Prezente, Primo,
Rahaminov, Rahamim, Refetov, Rodrig, Ronko, Rosanes
Shamli Shaulov
Salmi, Shabat, Sabitau, Sabitay, Samuel, Sarfati, Sason, Seliktar, Seviliya, Sidi, Spinadel
Tadzhes, Talvi Tagger, Tagjer Taranto
Uziel
Varsano
Zahariya

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Leon Tello, Pilar: "Judios de Toledo". Institut Arias Montano, Madrid

Leon Tello, Pilar: "Judios de Toledo" Institut Arias Montano, Madrid


The list of names appearing in this book been prepared by Ben Nahman and can be seen at

Ben Nahman's site by clicking here.

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Elnecave, Nissim: "Los Hijos de Ibero-Franconia". Ediciones La Luz, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1981

Elnecave, Nissim: "Los Hijos de Ibero-Franconia" Ediciones La Luz, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1981

The list of names appearing in this book has been prepared by Ben Nahman and can be seen at

Ben Nahman's site by clicking here.

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Attal, Robert & Avivi, Joseph: "Registres Matrimoniaux de la Communaute Juive Portugaise de Tunis. XVIII-XIX siecles" Oriens Judaicus, Institut Ben Zvi, Israel 1989

Contents of 1031 Kettubot from the Sephardic Portuguese community (Grana or Leghorn Jews) of Tunis.

Abdias, Aboccara, Aboucaya, Achour, Adahan, Adi, Albaili, Alban, Alloro, Almaizi, Amar, Amorborgo, Anakas, Arbib, Arikas, Arous, Artona, Ascoli, Ashkenazi, Assafar, Assfar, Assuied, Astrologo, Atazouri, Attal, Attia, Attias, Azoulay, Bais, Bargansa, Bargas, Barnes, Baron, Baruch, Basivi, Bassan, Battan, Belhassen, Bellaiche, Bembaron, Ben Adi, Ben Baron, Ben Simeon, Ben Yaiche, Bendana, Berda, Bessis, Betito, Bijaoui, Bises, Bismuth, Biziz, Boccara, Boiro, Bonan, Bondi, Bonfia, Borcatsa, Borgel, Boublil, Boucarra, Boujenah, Boukhobza, Brami, Bueno, Calo, Calvo, Camio, Campus, Capoua, Caravallio, Cardozo, Cariglio, Carmi, Caro, Cartozo, Cassuto, Castelnuevo, Castro, Cattan, Cavallio, Cesana, Chemla, Cittanova, Cohen, Cohen de Lara, Cohen Solal, Cohen Tanougi, Constantine, Corcos, Coronel, Coscas, Costa, Crimas, Crimisi, Curiel, Dadoune, Dahan, Daian, Dardour, Darmon, Darmouni, David, De Pas, Delouya, Dias Palma, Dicunia, Diouani, Douali, Elahmi, Elajim, Elfassi, Elhaik, Elkana, Elmalih, Elportogues, Elpronti, Eminenti, Enajar, Enriques, Errera, Espinoza, Etazer, Etouil, Ezberro, Fellous, Finaro, Finia, Finiro, Finsi, Finzi, Fiorentino, Fitoussi, Flah, Forti, Fougi, Franchetti, Franco, Freoa, Funaro, Gabai, Gabay, Gabison, Gandus, Garci, Garsin, Garson, Ghalula, Ghanem, Ghozlan, Gidilia, Gimsi, Gonzales, Grego, Guedalia, Guetta, Guez, Guiguiati, Guttieres, Hababou, Habib, Hacohen, Haddad, Hadida, Hagege, Hakouk, Hakoun, Halevy, Halevy de Albaili, Halevy de Leon, Halevy Sonsine, Halimi, Hanouna, Hasda, Hassid, Hattab, Hayoun, Hazaken, Heskouni, Hiskouni, Houri, Iflah, Isaac, Isaaki, Israel, Israel Enriques, Jami, Jano, Jarmon, Jazo, Jerafa, Josue, Journo, Kali, Khalaf, Khalfon, Khayat, Khoshkhash, Khrief, Koresh, Ksabi, Ktorza, Lahmi, Lampronti, Lara, Lebe, Leon, Leotagi, Levi, Levy, Levy de Albaili, Levy de Leon, Lodriguez, Lodriguez Dicunia, Lodriguez Enriques, Lodriguez Silvera, Lopes Perrera, Louizada, Louniel, Lumbroso, Lunel, Lussato, Maarek, Malabar, Malka, Margalit, Marini, Marouani, Martassi, Marzouk, Medina, Meimoun, Melloul, Mendes, Mendes Ossona, Mendoza, Messica, Messina, Mizrahi, Moati, Modiliano, Modon, Molco, Molho, Molina, Montefiore, Montillia, Moreno, Moron, Morpourgo, Morpugo, Naccache, Nahon, Nahum, Najar, Namias, Narboni, Nataf, Nounil, Nunes, Nunes Vais, Obadia, Obana, Ossona, Ouaiche, Palatgi, Paligi, Palma, Paltero, Paltigi, Pansir, Pansiri, Pariente, Parienti, Pas, Pasanno, Pavoncello, Peres, Perets, Pignero, Pinheiro, Pinto, Piperno, Pirosa, Platero, Polako, Pougi, Rignano, Roa, Rodriguez ,Rodriques, Saada, Saadoun, Sabban, Sacouto, Sagdoun, Sala, Salom, Saltillana, Samama, Santaliana, Sarbia, Sarfati, Sberro, Sedbon, Semah, Semaha, Senouf, Servadio, Servi, Setbon, Setroug, Settouna, Sfez, Shalajar, Shalazar, Shalom, Sharabi, Sharabia, Sharabig, Shebokh, Shemama, Sicso, Signia, Silvera, Simeon, Sion, Sira, Sitri, Slama, Smaja, Solal, Solas, Solima, Sonino, Sonsine, Soria, Souzine, Spinoza, Spizzichino, Strologo, Suares, Suied, Tabib, Taieb, Taigan, Tanougi, Tapia Tedeschi, Timsit, Tisignia, Tito, Tivoli, Tolicciano, ,Toubiana Uzan, Vais, Valensi, Ventura, Vilariali, Voltera, Yaiche, Yakhia, Yehia, Younes, Zacout, Zacouto, Zafrana, Zaibi, Zaken, Zarka, Zazo, Zazoun, Zegbib, Zeitoun, Zerah, Ziki

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Alkana, Victor & Petros Michailidis: Surnames from a 3000 name family tree of Jews from the Island of Rhodes and Turkey Listed here with their permission

In his words "in general the families are from Rhodes, Cos and the Turkish mainland near Izmir (Bodrum & Aydin appear now and then). Some spouses were obtained from Istanbul. The migrations varies. Many went to Seattle, WA & Los Angeles, CA. Some went to the Belgium Congo. Some went to South America".

Victor Alkana can be reached at valkana@ix.netcom.com

Abolofia, Abrevaya, Absaradel, Abulafia, Acher, Alalouf, Alazraki, Alcana, Alderoqui, Alfici, Algazi, Alhadeff, Alkana, Alvo, Amato, Amedio/Amodeo, Angel, Anreader, Ardity, Arkless, Arnow, Arougheti, Avdalovo, Avzaradel, Azvaradel, Babani, Baigun, Balbach, Barbaimon, Bardavid, Barki, Barokas, Baron, Behar, Bejar, Benatar, Bendjuya, Benezra, Benhabib, Benoun, Benveniste, Benyacar, Berro, Bienn, Binoun, Biton/Beton, Buchuk, Cadranel, Cadrone, Calderon, Calvo, Camhi, Capelluto, Capeloto, Capelouto, Capeluto, Capilouto, Capuano, Caston, Cazes, Chalme, Chara, Chertkow, Codron, Coen, Cohen, Cordoba/Cordova, Crain, Curiel, Danon, Elias, Elkana, Eryol, Eskenazi, Esperanza, Fainstein, Farji, Fils, Franco, Galamidi, Galante/Galanti, Gateno, Genni, Girard, Glazer, Gluckman, Goldberg, Goldstein, Greenspan, Grife, Gross, Grossman, Guini, Habib, Hahn, Haki/Haky, Halfon, Hanan, Hart, Hasson, Hazan, Huerin, Huniu/Hunio, Israel, Jason, Jassen, Kaplan, Katz, Lanchano, Levi, Levin, Levy, Louza, Mainardis, Mandel, Marincik, Matorin, Maya, Mayesh, Meir, Menache, Mezistrano, Michaud, Mintzer, Miron, Mizrahi, Mosafir, Moscatel, Moscona, Munter, Musafir, Nahmias, Negrin, Nof, Notrica, Palombo, Peha, Piha, Pizante, Policar, Posner, Rackner, Ramsey, Rava, Russo, Salfati, Salmoni, Saul, Scapa, Shapiro, Shemaria, Solam, Soriano, Sourmany, Stern, Surmani, Tarica, Tastassa, Varon, Ventura, Yaffe, Yaras, Yohai, Zlotorynski and many not common names.

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Fargion, Liliana Picciotto: "Il Libro Della Memoria Gli Ebrei Deportati Dall' Italia (1943-1945)" --


Victor Alkana can be reached at valkana@ix.netcom.com

Abishous, Abouaf, Alalouf, Alcana, Algranti, Alhadeff, Alhana, Almeleh, Amado, Amato, Amiel, Angel, Arditi, Aron, Arughetti, Ascer, Ashabett, Avzaradel, Azar, Azicri, Baruch, Begas, Begaz, Behor, Benatar, Benonsisso, Benosiglio, Benun, Benveniste, Bero, Berro, Beru, Bilis, Biton, Bitton, Buenavida, Busetto, Cadranel, Camhi, Capelluto, Capuia, Chami, Ciggian, Codron, Coen, Cohen, Cone, Cordoval, Cori, Cugno, Da Fano, Danon, Dente, Denti, Ergas, Eschenazi, Fahn, Ferrera, Fintz, Fis, Foh, Franco, Frangi, Fresco, Gabay, Gabriel, Galante, Ganon, Gaon, Gattegno, Gomel, Habib, Haim, Halfon, Hanan, Hassan, Hasson, Hazan, Hugnu, Hulli, Hunio, Israel, Jerusalmi, Leon, Levi, Levy, Lewi, Luzzatto, Magnel, Maio, Mallel, Maon, Marcos, Masliah, Matatia, Menasce, Merdjan, Misrachi, Modiano, Moshopola, Mussafir, Nahmias, Navarro, Nehama, Notrica, Palombo, Perez, Piha, Pilas, Pilosoff, Pisante, Pisanti, Poldelmengo, Rafael, Rahamin, Ravah, Roditi, Romano, Rosio, Rozanes, Rozio, Russo, Sabetai, Sadis, Salmona, Saltiel, Samuel, Samuelides, Saul, Scapa, Scemaria, Scialom, Sciami, Sciarcon, Shalom, Sharhon, Sidis, Sigura, Simsolo, Slam, Sona, Sonne, Sonsino, Sonsol, Soriano, Spitzer, Sulam, Surmani, Suzeman, Tagliacuzzo, Tarica, Trevez, Turiel, Varon, Ventura, Vidal, Yaffe, Yerusalmi, Yeshurun

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Stein Harry: Listings on his website Multiple sources

(1) From the civil records of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
(2) From the records of Bevis Marks, The Spanish and Portuguese Congregation of London.
(3) From the burial register of Bethahaim Velho Cemetery. Published by the Jewish Historical Society of England.
(4) From the book History of the Jews in Venice by Cecil Roth
(5) From the book Finding Our Fathers by Rottenberg
(6) The Inquisitors and the Jews in the New World by Seymour B. Liebman
(7) From the book A History of the Morranos by Cecil Roth
(8) From the book Jews in Colonial Brazil by Arnold Wiznitzer

    can be searched at Harry Stein's superb listing of names

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