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Content and Format Update 5761 [Apr 2001ce].
Camhi/Kamhi Families of Monastir There were many families with the Camhi name in Monastir. Listed here are what we know about some of them.
As they moved around and their names were transliterated into other languages and alphabets, the name took on a variety of spellings, including Camhi and Kamhi.

  • Aaron Camhi This family has links to the following families: (Isaac) Calderon, Pardo, Mayo, other Camhis, Uziel/Oziel.
  • Crescas Camhi This family has links to Angel, Assael, Baker/Beahhaar/BenYakaar, other Camhis, Levy, Negrin, Passo, and Testa families.
  • David Camhi This family has links to the Jeoshua Cassorla family, and also to other Sefaradí families: Alcosser, Angel, Assael, Levy, Mevorah.
  • Another David Camhi This family has links to the following Sefaradí families: Benezra, Calderon, Ergas, Hasson, Levy.
  • An Ergas-Camhi family.
  • A Farash-Camhi family.
  • A Camhi-Calderon-Passo family. Related Sefaradí families: Alcabes, Almeleh, Aroesty, Calderon, Camhi, Cassorla, De Mayo, Hanan, Navon, Passo/Pesso.
  • Yeuda Camhi. A Camhi Family with links to New York City and Mexico. Related Sefaradí families include: Bejar, Calderón, multiple Camhi families, Esquenazi/Eskenazi, Levy.
  • Yekutiel Camhi. A Camhi Family with links to Israel and Brazil. This family has links to the following families: Castro, Meshoulan, Rabeno.
  • Camhi families in Temuco, Chile.
 

This section updated in April 2001ce. If you are related either by descent or marriage to any of these families, or if you have relevant information which would supplement or correct what's here, and would like to contribute, send e-mail to:
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