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Jeoshua Kassorla Family of Monastir and Jerusalem
 
Related Sefaradí families include: Kimhi, ______.
 

This section compiled October 2002ce from material provided by Sigalit Kassorla.

  • [??] The name of the patriarch of this family is not known. There were at least two offspring: Avraham and Jeoshua
    • AvrahamOf blessed memory. B. ???, d. ???. Kassorla -m. [??] According to family lore Avraham survived after the Holocaust thanks to a German woman who saved him, and whom he later married. His widow may be still alive.
    • *JeoshuaOf blessed memory. B. 1906 in Monastir, d. 1968. Kassorla -m. SaraOf blessed memory. B. 1913, d. 1976. Kimhi
      Jeoshua Kassorla was born in Monastir. He left in 1926 at the age of 20 to marry Sara Kimhi in Saloniki. They lived in Saloniki and emigrated to Jerusalem before the war, in 1933. They had six children.
      • Ester Kassorla
      • BinjaminOf blessed memory. B. ???, d. ???. Kassorla
      • Yona Kassorla
      • Avraham Kassorla
      • Pnina Kassorla
      • David Kassorla
 

This section compiled October 2002ce from material provided by Sigalit Kassorla as of May 1999.
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