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Sephardic (or Sefardic) Jews are those originally from anywhere but Germany (and most of eastern Europe). They had their own culture and many spoke their own language, Ladino.
- Anusim - a mailing list about Spanish and Portugese Jews who were forced to convert
- Arizona Library, University of, Suggested Reading List - suggested reading for Jewish genealogy in Latin America, the southwest US, and Separdic Spain and Portugal
- Beth Haim Sephardi Cemetery at Ouderkerk aan de Amstel near Amsterdam - a nice portrayel of a tiny cemetery
- Conversos Jews tried by the Inquistion - this page provides some of the names of Conversos who were tried in New Spain (Mexico) by the Spanish Inquisition for relapsing into Judaism. Some of these names are still common in México and the American Southwest
- European Sephardic Institute - its primary vocation is to safeguard and to transmit the Sephardic culture and memories - version française - Ladino version/Versión de Ladino
Etsi - the
first Sephardic Genealogical and Historical Society - located in Paris
- Sephardic Connection - includes several forums and discussion groups relating to genealogy
Sefard Forum - created to aid researching Sefardic roots
Sources - links to Sefardic resources
indexed by country
Page - good background on Sephardic Moriccan culture
from Spain and Portugal - nothing more than a list, but still can be
- Sephardim List - a mailing list devoted to Sephardic/Mizrahi/Anusim/Marannos history, immigration, politics, traditions, etc.
- Toledo (Spain), Surnames of Jews in - a list of surnames of Jews residing in Toledo prior to the expulsion edict. The owner of this site has documentation regarding all of the names
Surnames that the webmaster is researching | Email the webmaster