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Gaspar Jacob Francisco Lopes Homem

Varón Cir. 1549 - 1612  (~ 63 años)    Tiene 2 antepasados y mas que 100 descendientes en este Árbol.

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  • Nombre Gaspar Jacob Francisco Lopes Homem 
    Nacimiento Cir. 1549  Ponte, Braga, Portugal Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar. 
    Sexo Varón 
    Fallecimiento 1612  Portugal Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar. 
    Edad ~ 63 años 
    ID Persona I1341  rodriguezuribe
    Última Modificación 31 Mar 2020 

    Padre Francisco de David Homem Abendana
              n. 1519, Ponte, Braga, Portugal Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar.
              f. 1625, Amsterdam, Países Bajos Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar.  (Edad 106 años) 
    Madre Justa Abendana Pereira
              n. 1523, Portugal Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar.
              f. 1545, Portugal Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar.  (Edad 22 años) 
    ID Familia F770  Hoja del Grupo  |  Family Chart

    Familia Mayor Rodrigues
              n. 1553
              f. 16 Sep 1624, Noord-Brabant, Paises Bajos Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar.  (Edad 71 años) 
    Casado 1579 
    Hijos
     1. Joseph de Jacob Abendana Pereira
              n. 1580
              f. 14 Ene 1644, Amsterdam, Países Bajos Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar.  (Edad 64 años)
     
    Última Modificación 19 Feb 2014 
    ID Familia F519  Hoja del Grupo  |  Family Chart

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  • Historias
    Memoria para os siglos futuros: Myth and Memory on the Beginnings of the Amsterdam Sephardi Community*
    Memoria para os siglos futuros: Myth and Memory on the Beginnings of the Amsterdam Sephardi Community*
    The beginnings of the Sephardi community of Amsterdam are shrouded in a mist of myths. Three different accounts have been repeatedly told, scrutinized, and analyzed by poets, novelists, and historians.
    'O My Daughter!': 'Die schöne Jüdin' and 'Der neue Jude' in Hermann Sinsheimer's MariaNunnez
    "O My Daughter!": "Die schöne Jüdin" and "Der neue Jude" in Hermann Sinsheimer's MariaNunnez
    Author: Lisa Lampert
    Source: The German Quarterly, Vol. 71, No. 3 (Summer, 1998), pp. 254-270
    Published by: Wiley on behalf of the American Association of Teachers of German
    Stable URL: https://www.jstor.org/stable/407703
    Accessed: 22-02-2020 12:30 UTC

  • Notas 
    • NUNES, Maria (b. Lisbon, 1575 - after 1612?).
      Immigrant and alleged first Jewish converts in Amsterdam. Daughter of Gaspar Lopes Homem (d. 1612) and Mayor Rodrigues(1554-1624). Maria Nunes married in 1598 in Amsterdam (28/11/1598 marriage) with Manuel Lopes Homem (1571-after 1612), merchant. About Children from this marriage is unknown.
      Maria Nunes was born into a family of Portuguese Jews converted to Catholicism. These "conversos" were selected for conversion to Christianity when at the end of the fifteenth century all Jews were expelled from the Iberian peninsula. The Jewish historian Daniel Levi de Barrios tells first of Mary's coming to Amsterdam in his Triumpho del govierno popolar (Amsterdam 1663/4). He describes how the beautiful Mary in 1593 along with some family members fled the Inquisition. On the way from Portugal to the Netherlands was their ship hijacked by the British and brought to London. An English duke was so touched by Mary's beauty that he wanted to marry her. Mary rejected his proposal, however, and even Queen Elizabeth she did not relent. Instead, she opted to Amsterdam before leaving to be there to convert to Judaism.

      Maria Nunes by Levi de Barrios presented as a symbol of Jewish perseverance: she escaped from Portugal, braved the dangers of a voyage, and the English refused to propose marriage to the true (Jewish) faith be able to return. Truth and myth in this story, however, run together. Mary is indeed the Portuguese emigrated to Amsterdam and married there in 1598 with her cousin Manuel Lopes Homem, as evidenced by the lower marriage of 28 November of that year. Perhaps her journey through England is indeed gone, because the Dutch ambassador in London reported in 1597 that a ship had been brought on board with four Portuguese merchants and a girl. From the romantic entanglements in London lacking any trace and Maria Nunes has never been a member of the Amsterdam Sephardic community. Her husband left in 1612 to join the Catholic Seville to settle and it is most likely followed him.

      Mary's life shows especially how 'conversos' from the same family around 1600 different religious choices made. Once arrived in Amsterdam, her mother or converted to Judaism and changed his name to Sara Abendana. She is in the Jewish cemetery in Ouderkerk buried. Mary's father, who eventually Amsterdam from Brazil was able to reach, remained Catholic in 1612 and was buried in the Nieuwe Kerk. A sister and two brothers of Mary in Amsterdam have openly professed Judaism, but her younger brother Manuel stayed contrast Catholic and went to Spain where he joined the Count-Duke of Olivares, chief minister of Philip IV. The description of romantiserende Levi de Barrios has truly earned that just the story of Mary, who never publicly converted to Judaism, an important part of the history of the Sephardic community in Amsterdam has become.
    • Nunes (Maria), b. Saa to do Porto (Portugal) 1579, died. Amsterdam about the middle of 17th century, daughter of Pedro Homem and Branca Nuñes, otherwise called Gaspar Lopes Homem and Mayor Rodriguez. The parents fled the Portuguese Inquisition Abt. 1593 with Manuel Pereyra and Antonio Lopes and their daughters Maria Nunes and Justa Pereyra. Manuel and Mary embarked for Holland, together with their uncle Miguel Lopez. The Anglo-Spanish war was the reason that they were captured. The English duke, however, fell in love with the beautiful Maria rare, so that Queen Elizabeth of England wished to meet her. Elizabeth, struck by her beauty and modesty, gave the ship free and rode in an open carriage through London. Proud of all offers, making them the highest circles of England would have belonged, she wished to go to Amsterdam, there to live as a Jew. In 1593 they came to Amsterdam in 1598 and followed with Mayor Rodriguez and her son Antonio Justa Pereyra. Now was the marriage between Manuel and his niece Mary closed between Justa and her cousin Francisco Nuñes Pereyra.
      See: Carl Gebhardt, The Scriptures of Uriel da Costa (Amsterdam 1922), VIII v. and 234 v.; Jac. Black, The Establishment of the Republic of Sephardiem in Ref. Netherlands (Amsterdam 1922) 16.
    • LOPES PEREIRA, MANUEL.
      Nació en Portugal a fines del siglo XVI. Hijo de Mayor Rodrigues y Gaspar Lopes Homem, hermano de Antonio Lopes Pereira, Maria Nunes y Justa Pereira. Junto con su hermana Maria (de gran belleza), y su tío Miguel Lopes, embarcó en 1590 con destino a Holanda. Durante el viaje fueron capturados por un navío inglés, que perseguía a las embarcaciones de bandera hispano-portuguesa, siendo llevados prisioneros a Londres (Inglaterra). La belleza de María sedujo al capital del navío inglés que le pidió matrimonio. La historia llegó a oídos de la reina Isabel que ordenó que llevaran a María a su presencia, tratándola con gran consideración, ésta le pidió su libertad y la joven y sus parientes dejaron Inglaterra continuando viaje hacían Holanda.
    • Dato de la muerte esta en el Deed 270. Ver Documentos