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Mayor Rodrigues

Mujer 1553 - 1624  (71 años)    Tiene no antepasados pero mas que 100 descendientes en este Árbol.

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  • Nombre Mayor Rodrigues 
    Parentescowith Ilse Clara Maria Siedenburg Helm
    Nacimiento 1553 
    Sexo Mujer 
    También conocido/a como Sara Abendana 
    Fallecimiento 16 Sep 1624  Noord-Brabant, Paises Bajos Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar. 
    Edad 71 años 
    Enterrado/a 16 Sep 1624  Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, Ouder-Amstel, Noord-Holland, Paises Bajos Buscar todos los individuos que registran eventos en este lugar. 
    ID Persona I1342  rodriguezuribe
    Última Modificación 19 Ene 2014 

    Husband Gaspar Jacob Francisco Lopes Homem
              n. Cir. 1549
              f. 1612  (Edad ~ 63 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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  • Lápidas
    Certificado de Lapida Mayor Rodrigues
    Certificado de Lapida Mayor Rodrigues

  • Notas 
    • ABENDANA:
      The name of a number of Spanish and Portuguese Jewish (Sephardic) families in Amsterdam and London. The first person to assume it was the Marano Francisco Nuñez Pereyra, who fled from Spain through dread of the Inquisition at the beginning of the seventeenth century and settled in Amsterdam, where he married his cousin Justa Pereyra. The children born of this marriage died, and, their death being attributed by his wife to the fact that he had not been received into the Covenant of Abraham, they separated until that rite was performed. He took the name David Abendana, and was one of the founders of the first synagogue in Amsterdam. He died Feb. 14, 1625. He left two sons, Manuel and Abraham. Manuel was Hakam of the Amsterdam congregation and died June 15, 1667, having contributed much to the spiritual edification of his brethren. - (from The Jewish Encyclopedia)

      There is no actual proof of the existence of Jews in Amsterdam before the latter half of the sixteenth century, though the probability is strong that some lived there earlier. When Holland joined the Union of Utrecht (1579), which, among other provisions, forbade persecution on religious grounds, the Maranos in Portugal fixed their hopes on Amsterdam, and, according to Franco Mendes and Graetz, the first Maranos settled there in 1593. They were Manuel Lopez Pereira, his sister Maria Nunez, and her uncle Miguel Lopez. Their voyage had not been prosperous; they were first captured by English pirates and taken to London. They again set sail for Amsterdam, only to be flung by a storm upon the coast of East Friesland at Emden. Thence the Rabbi Moses Uri Levi (born 1544) helped them on to Amsterdam, and followed them shortly in order to receive them back into Judaism. Soon thereafter other Jews came from Portugal, mainly relatives of these first comers. - (from The Jewish Encyclopedia)

      Maria NUNEZ: daughter of the Portuguese Marano, Gaspar Lopez Homem and Mayor Rodriguez ; lived in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. In order to escape the Inquisition, Maria, with her brother Manuel Lopez and her uncle Miguel Lopez, determined to emigrate (about 1590-1593). They accordingly sailed for Holland, but their vessel was captured by an English ship, the captain of which, an English nobleman (thought possibly to be Sir. Walter Raleigh)LL, was so enamored of Maria's beauty that he proposed marriage. In London the comment upon her unusual beauty excited the curiosity even of Queen Elizabeth, who summoned Maria to her presence and drove with her through the streets of the capital. Maria persistently rejected all proposals of marriage, even from persons of rank, and asked only that she and her companions be allowed to continue their journey to Holland. Finally she arrived safely in Amsterdam, where she was soon joined by her mother, and by her brother and sister, Antonio and Justa. Maria and her sister married their cousins Manuel Lopez Homem and Francisco Nuñez Pereyra; the latter (d. Feb. 14, 1625, in Amsterdam) afterward adopted the name of David Abendana. Their mother, Mayor Rodriguez, otherwise known as Sara Abendana, died was buried LL Sept. 16, 1624. - (from The Jewish Encyclopedia).
    • Rodrigues, Mayor.
      Nació en Portugal a fines del siglo XVI. Esposa de Gaspar Lopes Homem, de quien tuvo a Manuel y Antonio Lopes Pereira, y a Maria Nunes y Justa Pereira. Con su esposo, su hijo Antonio y su hija Justa llegaron a Ámsterdam (Holanda) en 1598, donde ya estaban sus hijos Manuel y María y su cuñado Miguel Lopes.
    • The unedited full-text of the 1906 Jewish Encyclopedia
      NUÑEZ, MARIA:

      Daughter of the Portuguese Marano Gaspar Lopez Homem and Mayor Rodriguez; lived in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. In order to escape the Inquisition, Maria, with her brother Manuel Lopez and her uncle Miguel Lopez, determined to emigrate (about 1590-1593). They accordingly sailed for Holland, but their vessel was captured by an English ship, the captain of which, an English nobleman, was so enamored of Maria's beauty that he proposed marriage.

      In London the comment upon her unusual beauty excited the curiosity even of Queen Elizabeth, who summoned Maria to her presence and drove with her through the streets of the capital.

      Maria persistently rejected all proposals of marriage, even from persons of rank, and asked only that she and her companions be allowed to continue their journey to Holland. Finally she arrived safely in Amsterdam, where she was soon joined by her mother, and by her brother and sister, Antonio and Justa. Maria and her sister married their cousins Manuel Lopez Homem and Francisco Nuñez Pereyra; the latter (d. Feb. 14, 1625, in Amsterdam) afterward adopted the name of David Abendana. Their mother, Mayor Rodriguez, otherwise known as Sara Abendana, died Sept. 16, 1624.

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