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Alboher Families of Monastir
This family name took different forms in the US, and the pronunciation varied quite a bit. Variations included Alboher, Albocher, Albuher, Albucher.
  
Americanized english pronunciations included "Al-bo-er" and "Alb-yu-ker".

  • Yuda Alboher family. (Pronounced AHL-bow-hair.) Related sefaradí families: Arueste, Sarfatti.
  • Meir Aroesty/Aronesty. One branch of this family is descended from MazalTov Albucar and her husband, Dan Aronesty. Related Monastirli family names include: Alfassa, Baruch, Behar, Calderon, two different Camhi families, Hazan, Matarasso, Morhaim, Motola, Pardo.
 

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