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Content New 5760 [Oct 1999ce].

A Camhi Family with links to Israel and Brazil

  • *[Rabbi] Yekutiel Camhi - m. *Buena Castro
    Rabbi Yekutiel Camhi owned a tannery in Monastir.
    Yekutiel and Buena had 5 children.
    • *Luna Camhi - m. [??] Meshoulan
      Luna emigrated with her married sister, Reina, to Palestine. There she married [??] Meshoulan.
      Descendants of Luna Camhi Meshoulan still live in Jerusalem.
    • *Matilde Camhi
    • *Isaac Camhi
    • *Cutiel Camhi
    • *Regina (Malka, Reina) Camhi - m. *Jacob Rabeno
      Jacob was a tailor in Monastir.
      The family emigrated around 1912, bound for Greece and Palestine, taking Regina's sister Luna.
      After two years in Palestine, they emigrated again to Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil. Luna stayed in ha'Aretz.
      Regina and Jacob had [?] children.
      • Bona Rabeno - m. [??] Cohen
        Moysés needs to fill in this part to his generation...
Contributed by Moysés Cohen Aronis (Oct 1999)

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