The Palache Family
from Almeria and Cordova,
Spain & Fez, Morocco
c.1510

  • The Palache family was originally from Spain.
  • The surname is also spelled Balyash, Falacios, Palyāj, Palacio, del Palacios, de Palatio, al-Palas, Pallas, Pallache and Palaggi.
  • The earliest record is for Samuel ben Me'ir del PALACIOS de JUDEA from Almeria, Spain.
  • The earliest definitive record is for Rabbi Isaac PALACHE of Cordova, Spain and Fez, Morocco.

  • The Pallache surname (Wikipedia).
  • The Palache Family (The Virtual Jewish Library).
  • Recent correspondence has thrown in doubt the veracity of some of the early data regarding the Palache family and the sources relating to them. It may take some time (maybe for ever) to reconsider the facts or lack of them and sort this out and then get the various researchers to reach an agreement. In the meantime I'm not making any changes BUT be warned that the in the Palache line (at the very least) some of the information may be erroneous.
  • It is interesting to note that there are several instances where men who Marriage Palache women adopted the Palache surname, possibly because they did not have surnames themselves or because the Palache surname was more prestigious.

  • Flag of Andalusia
    Flag of Andalusia
    Seal of Almeria

  • Almería originated with the need for a better defence system that the Arab towns in the area had. It was Abd-al-Rahman III who founded the Alcazaba (the Citadel), which gave this city its name: Al-Mariy-yat (the Watchtower).
  • The city was founded by Calipha Abd-ar-Rahman III of Córdoba in 955 AD. It was to be a principal harbour in his extensive domain to strengthen his Mediterranean defences.
  • Its Moorish castle, the Alcazaba of Almería, is the second largest among the Muslim fortresses of Andalusia, after the Alhambra.
  • In this period, the port city of Almería reached its historical peak. After the fragmentation of the Caliphate of Córdoba, Almería continued to be ruled by powerful local Muslim Taifa emirs like Jairan, the first independent Emir of Almería and Cartagena, and Almotacin, the poet emir. Both Jairan and Almotacin were fearless warriors, but also sophisticated patrons of the arts. A silk industry, based upon plantings of mulberry trees in the hot, dry landscape of the province, supported Almería in the 11th century and made its strategic harbour an even more valuable asset.
  • Contested by the emirs of Granada and Valencia, Almería experienced many sieges, including one especially fierce siege when Christians, called to the Second Crusade by Pope Eugene III, were also encouraged to attack the Muslim 'infidels' on a more familiar coast. On that occasion Alfonso VII, at the head of mixed forces of Catalans, Genoese, Pisans and Franks, led a crusade against the rich city, and Almería was occupied in October 1147.
  • Within a decade, however, Almería had passed to the control of the puritanical Muslim Almoravid emirs, and not until the late 15th century did it fall permanently into Christian hands. The city surrendered to the Catholic Monarchs, Fernando and Isabel, on December 26, 1489.

  • Almería was the birthplace of Samuel ben Me'ir del PALACIOS de JUDEA.



  • View of Alcazaba Fortress and panorama Almeria from Castila Park
     

    18th. Generation
     
    Samuel ben Me'ir del PALACIOS de JUDEA
    13th. Great Grandfather
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    est. 1475
    Almería, Andalusia, Spain (see map)
    c.1520
     
     
     
     
     
    Rabbi Meir MELAMED CORONEL ABULAFIA
    Reina 'Abraham' SENIOR CORONEL
     

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    est. 1509
     
     

    unknown
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    est. 1479
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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    17th. Generation
     
    Pedro 'Samuel' de PALACIOS
    12th. Great Grandfather
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    c.1510
    Spain
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Samuel ben Me'ir del PALACIOS de JUDEO
    unknown
     

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    c.1535
     
     

    Felipa BARBOSA
    12th. Great Grandmother
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    c.1515
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    unknown BARBOSA
    unknown
     

    Children:
    11GGF/U/A
     



    Coat of Arms of Morocco
  • Fes or Fez is the third largest city in Morocco. It is the capital of the Fès-Boulemane region. Fes, a former capital, is one of the country's four "imperial cities".
  • The Jewish quarter of Fes, the Mellah, was built in 1438 near the royal residence in Fes Jdid. The Mellah at first consisted of Jews from Fes el Bali but soon saw the arrival of Berber Jews from the Atlas range and Jewish immigrants from Al-Andalus.
  • More about Fez in Wikipedia and The Jewish Encyclopedia.
  • About Cordova.

  •  

    The Medina from the Jamai Palace, Fes, Morocco.

    Entrance to the Jewish Quarter, Fes, Morocco.

    The Sa'adon Synagogue, Fes, Morocco.

    16th. Generation

     
    Rabbi Isaac PALACHE of Cordova, Spain & Fez, Morocco
    11th. Great Grandfather
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    c.1536
    Cordova, Spain
    (unconfirmed)
     
     
     
     
     
    Rabbi
    Pedro 'Samuel' de PALACIOS
    Felipa BARBOSA
     

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    c.1561
     
     

    sister of Judah Uziel, grand rabbi of Fez
    11th. Great Grandmother
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    c.1540
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    unknown
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    10GGF/U/A
     

    NOTES:
    • The Pallache family originated from Islamic Spain, where Isaac had served as rabbi in Córdoba. Sometime in the first half of the 16th Century, following the Christian conquest of Islamic Spain (the Reconquista ), the family fled to Morocco, where Jews, like Christians, were tolerated as long as they accepted Islam as the official religion. This allowed a vibrant Jewish community to emerge in Morocco, serving as a bridgehead between the Islamic, Christian and Jewish worlds.

    15th. Generation
     
    Don Samuel 'Isaac' PALACHE
    10GGU
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    c.1650
    Fez, Morocco
    16 Sh'vat 5376 (04 Feb 1616)
    's Gravenhage, South Holland, Netherlands
    Feb 1616
    Beth Haim Cemetery, Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, Amsterdam
    Samuel Palache (שמואל)
    Diplomat, ambassador, admiral and privateer, Moroccan economic & political envoy to The Netherlands (Agent of the King of Barbary)
    Rabbi Isaac 'Pedro' PALACHE
    unknown

    Burial Record #19260


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    c.1587
     
     

    Malca Reina
     
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    c.1565
     
    03 Aug 1647
    Aug 1647
     
    Beth Haim Cemetery, Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, Amsterdam
    wife of Samuel Palache
     
    unknown
    unknown

    Burial Record #19162

    Children:
    1C-11R
      1. Isaac 'Samuel' PALACHE
          Date of birth:
          Occupation:
          c.1586
          diplomat, represented Dutch interests in Morocco.

      2. Moses or Jacob Carlos 'Samuel' PALACHE
          Date of birth:
          Occupation:
          c.1588
          diplomat, representative the sultan of Morocco in Copenhagen.

      3. David 'Samuel' PALACHE ???
          Date of birth: c.1590
     

    NOTES:
    • Samuel was the first Jew to settle in the Netherlands as a declared Jew. He was responsible for obtaining the authorization for his coreligionists to settle. He gathered the first minyan in Amsterdam at his home for Day of Atonement prayers in 1596. Palache is also said to have built the first synagogue in that country. According to documents in the Netherlands archives, the right to settle in the country was refused to him, and during the same year, 1608, he was appointed ambassador to The Hague by the Moroccan sultan Mulay Zīdān. In 1610 he successfully negotiated the first treaty of alliance between a Christian state (the Netherlands), and a Muslim state (Morocco). In 1614 he personally assumed the command of a small Moroccan fleet which seized some ships belonging to the king of Spain, with whom Morocco was at war. The Spanish ambassador, who was very influential in London, had him arrested when he was in England. He accused him of piracy; reverberations of his trial were widespread. Once acquitted, he returned to the Netherlands. When he died in The Hague, Palache was given an imposing funeral attended by Prince Maurice of Nassau.
      TheVirtual Jewish Library
      Wikipedia

    • Moroccan envoy sent by the King of Morocco to the Netherlands about 1591; subsequently acted as consul there; died at The Hague 1616. He proposed to the magistrates of Middleburg in Zealand to make that town an asylum for the Maranos, who would raise it to a considerable seaport. The clergy of the town were against the proposal, which fell through. Palache did much for the settlement of the Maranos in Amsterdam in 1593, and gained great favor with the stadholder. Prince Maurice of Orange attended Samuel's obsequies.
      The Jewish Encyclopedia

    • Samuel Palache's two sons, Isaac and Jacob-Carlos, also engaged in diplomatic work. The former was entrusted with Dutch interests in Morocco from 1624, and the latter represented the sultan in Copenhagen.
  • The life and times of Samuel Palache, "A Man of Three Worlds: Samuel Pallache, a Moroccan Jew in Catholic and Protestant Europe" written by Mercedes Garcfa-Arenal & Gerard Albert Wiegers, translated by Martin Beagles: John Hopkins University Press.
    Ex-libris: Lynn Lewis
  • He is also mentioned in "Jewish Pirates of the Caribbean: How a Generation of Swashbuckling Jews Carved Out an Empire in the New World in Their Quest for Treasure, Religious Freedom and Revenge" written by Edward Kritzler: Deckle Edge.
    Ex-libris: Don Ganchrow

  • Brother of:
     
    Joseph 'Isaac' PALACHE
    10th. Great Grandfather
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    c.1652
    Fez, Morocco
    5399/5409 (1639/1649)
    Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
    1639/1649
    Beth Haim Cemetery, Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, Amsterdam
    Joseph Palache
    Diplomat, Moroccan Ambassador to the Netherlands (Agent of the King of Barbary) and admiral.
    Rabbi Isaac 'Pedro' PALACHE
    unknown

    Burial Record #19218

    Marriage:
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    Place of marriage:
    c.1587
     
     

    Benvenida
    10th. Great Grandmother
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    c.1540
     
    14 Cheshvan 5385 (28 Oct 1624)
    's Gravenhage, South Holland, Netherlands
    Oct 1624
    Beth Haim Cemetery, Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, Amsterdam
    Benvenida Palache
     
    unknown
    unknown

    Burial Record #19174

    Children:
    9GGF/U/A
      1. Isaac 'Joseph' PALACHE
        • Marriage Anna PHILIPS 

      2. Joshua 'Joseph' PALACHE Marriage
        1. Benvenida
        2. Ledica

      3. David 'Joseph' PALACHE Marriage
        • Judith LINDO or LINDA

      4. Moses 'Joseph' PALACHE
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          Occupation:
          c.1588
          after 1650
          secretary, interpreter and de facto foreign minister
          Returned to Morocco

      5. Abraham 'Joseph' PALACHE
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          Occupation:
          c.1600
          after 1630
          financier and diplomat
          Returned to Morocco

     

    NOTES:
      • Samuel's brother, Joseph Palache (d. after 1638), succeeded him in his diplomatic position.
      • Joseph Palache served as Admiral of a fleet fitted out by the Sultan of Barbary to assist the Netherlands by piracy upon Spanish shipping.

      Joseph Palache's five sons held very important offices:

      1. Isaac Palache - see below:

      2. Another son of Joseph, Moses Palache (d. after 1650), was secretary to his uncle Samuel at the French court, interpreter and secretary to the sultan of Morocco, and the de facto – but not official – foreign minister of four successive Moroccan sovereigns; his name was cited by Manasseh Ben Israel to Oliver Cromwell as an example of the loyalty of the Jews when he sought authorization for them to settle in England.

      3. Joshua Palache (d. after 1650) and his son Samuel Palache were merchants of international status and tax farmers of the leading Moroccan port, Safi.

      4. David Palache (d. 1649), another of Joseph's sons, was a diplomat. Entrusted with a mission to Louis XIII of France, various accusations were brought against him. His innocence was finally proven and he reassumed his position as Moroccan ambassador to the Netherlands.

      5. Abraham Palache (d. after 1630) was a financier in Morocco and diplomat.

    14th. Generation
     
    Isaac 'Joseph' PALACHE "the lame"
    9th. Great Grandfather
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    c.1592
    Fez, Morocco or Gluckstadt, Schleswig-Holstein
    1647
     
     
     
     
    Diplomat
    Joseph 'Isaac' PALACHE
    Benvenida
     

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    Place of marriage:
    c.1615
     
     

    Anna PHILIPS
    9th. Great Grandmother
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    c.1596
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    unknown
    unknown
     

    Children:
    8GGF/U/A
      1. Eva 'Isaac' PALACHE Marriage
        1. Moses 'Joshua' HENRIQUES
        2. Simon 'Meijer' ROOTKOP

      2. Chazan Joseph 'Isaac' PALACHEMarriage
        • Gracia

      3. Esther(i) 'Isaac' PALACHE
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          Date of Christening::
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          21 Mar 1632
          Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands

      4. Sarah(i) 'Isaac' PALACHE
        Christening: 22 Nov 1633 Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands

      5. Sarah(ii) 'Isaac' PALACHE Marriage
        • Nathan 'Samuel' PALACHE of Bombergh

      6. Judith 'Isaac' PALACHE Marriage
        • Solomon PALACHE

      7. Esther(ii) 'Isaac' PALACHE Marriage
        • Simon PALACHE

      8. Rebecca 'Isaac' PALACHE
        • Marriage Abraham 'Mordechai' a'COHEN

      9. Samuel 'Isaac' PALACHE Marriage
        • unknown
     

    NOTES:
      • Isaac Palache (d. 1647) was known as "the lame." His variegated career included a mission to the Ottoman sultan (1614–1), important negotiations in Danzig (1618–19), a professorship in Hebrew at the University of Leiden, and missions to Morocco and Algiers in 1624 on behalf of the Dutch. In 1639 he was called upon to redeem the Christian captives who were held by the famous marabout of Tazerwalt. He became involved in a violent conflict with his brothers over succession rights and converted to Christianity.
        However, the family apparently reverted to Judaism as his son, Joseph, is recorded nas being a chazan.

      • The surname PALACHE shown italicised, indicates the husbands of Palache daughters of Isaac who adopted the Palache surname possibly because it was a more prestigeous surname than their own or because they did not have an established surname being of Ashkenazi descent. None of these individuals are recorded as having any forebears with the Palache surname.

    13th. Generation
     
    Chazan Joseph 'Isaac' PALACHE
    8th. Great Grandfather
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    c.1630
     
    29 Sep 1630
    Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands
    06 Cheshvan 5460 (29 Oct 1699)
    Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein
     
     
     
    became a chazan (חזן) in 1658
    Isaac 'Joseph' PALACHE
    Anna PHILIP
     

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    c.1667
     
     

    Gracia
    8th. Great Grandmother
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    c.1634
     
    27 Nissan 5452 (13 Apr 1692)
    Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein
     
     
     
     
    unknown
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    Child:
    7GGF
     

    NOTES:
      • Isaac Palache (d. 1647) was known as "the lame." His variegated career included a mission to the Ottoman sultan (1614–1), important negotiations in Danzig (1618–19), a professorship in Hebrew at the University of Leiden, and missions to Morocco and Algiers in 1624 on behalf of the Dutch. In 1639 he was called upon to redeem the Christian captives who were held by the famous marabout of Tazerwalt. He became involved in a violent conflict with his brothers over succession rights and converted to Christianity.
        However, the family apparently reverted to Judaism as his son, Joseph, is recorded nas being a chazan.

      • The surname PALACHE shown italicised, indicates the husbands of Palache daughters of Isaac who adopted the Palache surname possibly because it was a more prestigeous surname than their own or because they did not have an established surname being of Ashkenazi descent. None of these individuals are recorded as having any forebears with the Palache surname.

    Brother of:
     
    Judith 'Isaac' PALACHE
    8GGA
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    est. 1640
     
    01 Iyyar 5459 (30 Apr 1699)
    Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherland
    Apr/May 1699
    Beth Haim Cemetery, Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, Amsterdam
    Jehudit Palache mulher que foy de Selomo Palache
     
    Isaac 'Joseph' PALACHE
    Anna PHILIP

    Burial Record #19227

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    est. 1664
     
     

    Solomon Palache (adopted surname)
     
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    est. 1636
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    unknown
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    Children:
    1C-9R
      1. Isaac Raphael 'Salomon' PALACHE
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          Jul 1699
          Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
          09 Jul 1699
          Beth Haim Cemetery, Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, Amsterdam
          Ishac Rephael de Selomo Pallache

    Burial Record #19203

    12th. Generation
     
    Joshua 'Joseph' PALACHE
    7th. Great Grandfather
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    c.1668
     
    1707
    Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein
    23 Feb 1707
    Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein
     
     
    assumed son of Chazan Joseph 'Isaac' PALACHE
    Gracia
     

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    c.1693
     
     

    Clara 'Jacob' JESSURUN
    7th. Great Grandmother
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    c.1672
     
    Aug 1707
    Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein
    11 Aug 1707
    Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein
     
     
    Jacob Hiskiau
    'oldest son' JESSURUN
    Ribca 'Jacob' BARZILAY
     

    Child:
    7GGF
      1. Simcha 'Joshua' PALACHE Marriage
      2. Joseph 'Joshua' PALACHEMarriage
        • Esther Isaac' de CORDOVA

      3. Gracia 'Joshua' PALACHE Marriage
        • Samuel LEON CRASTO

      4. Abigail 'Joshua' PALACHE Marriage
        • Abraham 'Jacob' VAZ

      5. Rachel 'Joshua' PALACHE Marriage
        • David 'Jacob' NAMIAS TORRES
     


     
    Abraham 'Solomon' PALACHE
    1C-9R
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    1665
     
    Mar 1727
    Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
    13 Adar 5487 (06 Mar 1727)
    Beth Haim Cemetery, Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, Amsterdam
    Abraham van Salomon Palache
     
    Solomon
    PALACHE
    Judith 'Isaac' PALACHE

    Burial Record #19166

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    26 Jun 1693
    Amsterdam. North Holland, Netherlands
    05 Tamuz 5453 (08 Jul 1693)
    Portuguese Israel Synagogue, Amsterdam

    Marriage Notice
    (TiM 698-120)

    Portuguese Marriages
    (Index #527)

    Judith 'Solomon' LOPES
     
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    1688
    London, England
    Feb 1729
    Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
    07 Adar 5489 (06 Feb 1729)
    Beth Haim Cemetery, Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, Amsterdam
    Judith Lopes (vader Salomon)
     
    Solomon LOPES
    Simcha
    LOPES (nee ....?)

    Burial Record #19228

    Children:
    2C-8R
      1. Solomon 'Abraham' PALACHE Marriage
        • Rebecca 'Israel' SARUCCO

      2. Simcha 'Abraham' PALACHE Marriage
        • Haim 'Isaac' ABENHACAR BONDIA

      3. Sarah 'Abraham' PALACHE Marriage
      4. Abraham 'Abraham' PALACHE Marriage
        • Esther 'Joshua' HENRIQUES

      5. Isaac 'Abraham' PALACHE Marriage
        • unknown
     

    • Marriage Notice:

    • Synagogual Marriage:

    11th. Generation
     
    Joseph 'Joshua' PALACHE
    6th. Great Grandfather
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    c.1695
    Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein
    Sep 1749
    Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
    03 Tishrei 5510 (15 Sep 1749)
    Beth Haim Cemetery, Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, Amsterdam
    Joseph v. Jeosua Palache
     
    Joshua'Joseph' PALACHE
    Clara 'Jacob' JESSURUN

    Burial Record #19220

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    14 Sep 1725
    Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
    23 Sivan, 5548 (21 Sep 1725)
    Portuguese Israel Synagogue, Amsterdam

    Marriage Notice
    (TiM 715- 94)

    Portuguese Marriages
    (Index #1476)

    Esther 'Isaac' de CORDOVA
    6th. Great Grandmother
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    c.1705
    Hamburg, Schleswig-Holstein
    Nov 1779
    Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands
    03 Tishrei 5540 (13 Nov 1779)
    Beth Haim Cemetery, Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, Amsterdam
    Ester v. Isaac de Cordova
     
    Isaac Hezkiah 'Jacob' de CORDOVA
    Rachel 'Jacob' DIAS ARIAS

    Burial Record #19185

    Child:
    2C-8R
      1. Clara (Hannah) 'Joseph' PALACHEMarriage
      2. Mordechai assumed son of Joseph PALACHE Marriage
        • Rebecca de JONG

      3. Isaac 'Joseph' PALACHE Marriage
        • Sarah 'Isaac' de TORRES

      4. Sarah 'Joseph' PALACHE Marriage
        • Moses 'Judah' PIZA

      5. Abraham 'Joseph' PALACHE
          Born: 17 Jul 1737

      6. Jacob 'Joseph' PALACHE Marriage
        • Simcha 'Joshua' NAMIAS TORRES

      7. Abraham 'Joseph' PALACHE
          Born: 30 Dec 1739
     

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