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Passo / Pesso Families of Monastir

There were many families with the Passo and Pesso names in Monastir. Listed here are what we know about some of them.
  • Avram Passo A Passo family with links to Aroestys, Navons, Camhis and De Mayos.
  • Yaacov Pesso A Pesso family with links to the Elias-Cassorlas, and Camhis.
  • Indiana Passos A Passo family with strong links to the Etz Chaim Sephardic synagogue in Indianapolis.
In addition, there are individuals named Passo or Pesso, mentioned in the other families, for whom we don't have other details, such as their parents or siblings.
  • In the Jeoshua Cassorla Family Tree.
    • Hyman Passo -m. Buena Cassorla, a daughter of Jeoshua Cassorla.
    • Sophie Passo/Pesso -m. Avrahm Cassorla, a son of Jeoshua Cassorla.
  • In the Elias Cassorla Family Tree.

      In addition to Vida Pesso-a daughter of Yaacov Pesso (above)-there was also--
    • Joya Pesso -m. Haham Meir Elias [Cassorla], a son of Eliyahu/Elias Cassorla.
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