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A Baruch-Hazan Family of Monastir This is a "blended family" formed by the marriage of a Baruch and a Hazan. Each came to the marriage with six living children, and they had one child together.
Their descendants relocated from Monastir via Salonika to then-British-Palestine and the USA.
 
Related Sefaradí families include: Nachmias, Sustiel.
 

This section compiled September 2004ce from material provided by Ester Sustiel Milshtain.

  • *[??] Baruch -m. (1) [??]
    This couple had six children: Isaac, Albert, Sophie, 4, 5, 6.
    • *Isaac Baruch -m. [??]
      • JoeOf blessed memory. B. ??, d. ???. Baruch -m. Carmen [??]
        Joe served in the US armed forces, was a prisoner of war.
        After the Korean War he became a butcher in the Harlem area of Manhattan in New York City.
        [Miami, FL]
        • Itzik Baruch
        • Ester Baruch
    • *AlbertOf blessed memory. B. ?? in Monastir, d. ???. Baruch -m. FannieOf blessed memory. B. ??, d. ~1979ce. [??]
      Albert had a very successful ladies sportswear business in New York.
      This couple had no children, but their nephew Joe lived with them for a while.
    • SophieOf blessed memory. B. ?? in Monastir, d. ~mid-1980s ce. Baruch -m. [??] Nachmias
      • Solomon Nachmias
      • Joseph Nachmias
      • Rebecca Nachmias
    • 4 Baruch
    • 5 Baruch
    • 6 Baruch
  • *[??] Baruch -m. (2) *[??] Hazan
    The second wife came into this second marriage—for both of them—with six children from the previous marriage: Victor Hazan, Victoria Hazan, ...
    The couple had one more child together.
    At some point the family moved to Salonika.
    • *RebeccaOf blessed memory. B. ~1905ce in Monastir, d. 1994ce in Israel. Baruch -m. Haim Sustiel
      Haim Sustiel was a Selanikli.
      This couple emigrated in 1932 to then-British Palestine.
      • Mois Sustiel
      • Luna Sustiel
      • Ester Sustiel -m. Zvi Milshtain
        The two sons changed their last name to Morag (the Hebrew translation for the family name of Milshtain).
        • Igal Morag
        • Yehuda Morag
      • Yosef Sustiel
      • Leah Sustiel
      • Estreya/Cochava Sustiel
        [Kfar Saba]
 

This section compiled October 2004ce from material provided by Ester Sustiel Milshtain as of October 2004ce.
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