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Abraham Calderon Family
Related Sefaradí families include: Behar, ______.

This section compiled January 2003ce from material provided by Jack D. Calderon.

  • *Abraham Calderon -m. [??]
    • *ChaimOf blessed memory. B. ?? in Monastir, d. ?? in Palestine.  Buried in the Mount of Olives. Calderon -m. [??]
      Chaim emigrated from Monastir to Palestine with his son Jacob in 1895. Chaim is buried in the Jewish cemetery at the Mount of Olives.
      Chaim's family consisted of at least: Jacob and Moises, who emigrated to Mexico City.
      • *JacobOf blessed memory. B. 1883 or 1884 in Monastir, d. 1957. Calderon -m. Rina Behar
        Jacob was born in Monastir in 1883 or 1884(?). He emigrated to Palestine with his father Chaim Calderon in 1895. Jacob and Rina raised their family in Jerusalem. Three sons—Albert, Samuel and Nissim—later emigrated to the US. They had eleven children: Samuel, Nissim, Albert,
        • [??] Calderon
        • Samuel Calderon -m. [??]
          [Fairlawn, Ohio]
          • [??]
          • [??]
        • Nissim Calderon -m. [??]
          [Fairlawn, Ohio]
          • [??]
          • [??]
        • Albert Calderon -m. [??]
          Albert's son Jack provided this remembrance in 2003:
          My father, Albert, emigrated to the United States in 1946 [at the age of 21]. He arrived by ship in New York and was received by some distant relatives from the Camhi family. He then went by train to Atlanta, Georgia to attend Georgia Institute of Technology. He studied there for two years and then in 1951 moved to Detroit, Michigan where he started a business designing equipment for the automobile industry. He later refocused on the Steel Industry and has continued his business in that field to the present day. Albert is now 77 years old and works harder than ever from his offices in Bowling Green, Ohio.
          After coming to the United States, Albert helped two of his other brothers emigrate to the United States. Samuel Calderon arrived in 1958 and Nissim Calderon in 1959.
      • Moises Calderon
        Moises Calderon emigrated from Monastir to New York in the early 1900's. Moises later emigrated to Mexico City in the 1920s, where his descendants still live.

This section compiled January 2003ce from material provided by Jack D. Calderon as of January 2003ce.
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