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Sabety/Shabetai Pardo Family of Monastir These are the descendants of a distinguished Rabbi of Monastir.
In the US, this family settled among countrymen in the New Lots section of Brooklyn, NY.
 
Related Sefaradi families include: Alva, Levy, Rabeno, Russo.
 

Material in this section provided by Theodor Pardo, July 2001ce, and others. Additional detail regarding the families in this line may be available to interested requesters upon appropriate qualification. Contact [ Send e-mail ] elie@jump.net.

  • Sabety/ShabetaiOf blessed memory. Pardo -m. [??]
    We know of him only as the father of Isaac, below.
    • [R]*IsaacOf blessed memory. Shabetai Pardo -m. [??]
      According to family lore, was the Chief Rabbi of ....
      Children: Daughter-1, Son-1, Daughter-2, David, Daughter-3.
      • *Daughter-1
      • *Son-1
      • *Daughter-2
      • *David Pardo -m. [??]
        • *Sabety Pardo -m. [??]
          • David Pardo -m. Poly Pardo
            • Sabetay Pardo
            • [ Send e-mail ]Theodor Pardo
            • Jose Pardo
            • Ety Pardo -m. Scott Merry
              • James (Jaim) David Merry Pardo
            • Eli Pardo
        • Theodor Pardo -m. Stella [??]
          • Roula Pardo -m. [??]
            • Daniel Pardo
            • Davina Pardo
          • Pola Pardo
      • Daughter-3
 

This section last updated August 2003ce from material provided by Theodor Pardo and others. If you are related either by descent or marriage to this family, 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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