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51  Source (S136)
 
52  Source (S142)
 
53  Source (S94)
 
54

 
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56  Source (S132)
 
57  Source (S130)
 
58  Source (S91)
 
59  Source (S146)
 
60  Source (S138)
 
61

 
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62  Source (S127)
 
63

 
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64  NABARRO, Jack Nunes (I928)
 
65  Family F747
 
66

 
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67

 
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68

 
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69 ? Levee died in infancy. LEVEE, ? (I1736)
 
70 ?His reading of Mendelssohn?s Violin Concerto demonstrated his purity of style, elegance of phrasing and the unsurpassed perfection of his technique which led to him being called back time and again by the capacity audience?He is an outstanding artist?. - Musical Opinion NABARRO, Benjamin David (I402)
 
71 A list of birth and marriage records, compiled by
Dr. David, presumably from Dutch records AND a chart by Salomon Nabarro (b 1920) lists David as the son of Isaac and Broncer.

But a letter from Salomon (b 1920) to Eric(b 1917), dated 21/5/1974. Salomon sends a skeletal chart showing the connections between himself, Eric, and Abraham indicates him as a son of Aron, his uncle. 
NABARRO, David (I270)
 
72 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F143
 
73 A source only lists David and Salomon. However, another source proves that David and Isaac and strongly suggests Salomon. Family F110
 
74 Aaron and Sarah are first cousins. They moved from London to New York City in 1752. Family F29
 
75 Aaron Leewarden was a school teacher. LEEWARDEN, Aaron (I458)
 
76 Aaron was a tailor. NABARRO, Aron (I225)
 
77 Aaron was killed in Sobibor during the Holocaust. RICARDO, Aaron Israel Ricardo (I658)
 
78 Aaron's brother Emmanuel married Elizabeth's sister Selena. LEEWARDEN, Aaron (I458)
 
79 Aaron's will is published in A Review of Jewish Colonists in Barbados in the Year 1680, pp. 72-74. NAVARRO, Aaron (I16)
 
80 Abraham is probably the person who married Esther had the children listed here. Family F25
 
81 Abraham Nabaro has an unnamed daughter who survived World War 2. NABARRO, Sara (I2007)
 
82 Abraham Navarro Nuņes alias Rodrigo Fernandez was born in 1597 in Amsterdam and died around 1645. His still-readable tombstone is located in the old cemetery at Ouderkerk, outside of Amsterdam.
We know nothing of his background. He must have lived in Paris for a time, where he sold diamonds tot he royal court. He was supposedly the first Navarro to move to Amsterdam; he was a Parnaas first of Beth Jacob, the second Portuguese Jewish community in Amsterdam, and later Beth Israel.
Abraham Navarro owned a ship, the Salamander. For some reason, the Dutch navy confiscated it and its content in the Carribean, near the island of St. Thomas. In 1600, he tried but failed to recover his property through a trial.
All his children eventually used the name Navarro; all migrated to Recife, Brazil.  
Family F1
 
83 Abraham refers to Abraham, b. 1567

Dr. David refers to Dr. David Nabarro (1874?1958), son of Jacob (1845), son of David (1802)

Salomon refers to Salomon Nabarro (b. 1920), son of David (1896), son of Jacob (1871)

Ben refers to Ben Nabarro (1895?197?), son of David (1854), son of Salomon (1828)

Eric refers to Eric Nabarro (b. 1917), son of Joseph (1883), son of Jacob (1845)

Albert? refers to Abraham Nabarro (b. 1924), son of Salomon (1894), son of Abraham (1871). 
Source (S45)
 
84 Abraham refers to Abraham, b. 1567

Dr. David refers to Dr. David Nabarro (1874?1958), son of Jacob (1845), son of David (1802)

Salomon refers to Salomon Nabarro (b. 1920), son of David (1896), son of Jacob (1871)

Ben refers to Ben Nabarro (1895?197?), son of David (1854), son of Salomon (1828)

Eric refers to Eric Nabarro (b. 1917), son of Joseph (1883), son of Jacob (1845)

Albert? refers to Abraham Nabarro (b. 1924), son of Salomon (1894), son of Abraham (1871). 
Source (S17)
 
85 Abraham Valverde moved from Recife, Brazil to Barbados in 1654 where he was endenizened in February 12, 1696 Family F41
 
86 According to 1881 British Census / Middlesex:
b.1876 
NABARRO, Rachel Nunes (I842)
 
87 According to David Michael Nabarro (also a child of Elizabeth Mulholland with Alan Nabarro as his father), they have a different father so their family name is Dolan. This is in contrast with Jeff Adler's document.

Information is gathered from his email dated October 05, 2010.
 
Family F924
 
88 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I959)
 
89 According to Mrs. van Dam?s uncle Harry, he and Jacques were in Het Apeldoornse Bosch together. NABARRO, Jacques (I2505)
 
90 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I963)
 
91 According to [17:24], he was in Amsterdam in 1929 NABARRO, Jacob (I1089)
 
92 Actually, she is listed in Trouwen in Mokum [S41] as Jael Monis, daughter of Sara Monis. However, see the note about her
children's birth records. 
NABARRO, Jael Nunes (I154)
 
93 After an internship in City Hospital in Cleveland, he was a resident in pediatrics at Provident Hospital in Chicago, 1934-35. This was followed by a two-year General Education Board fellowship in pediatrics at Children's Memorial Hospital
and Provident Hospital. During this period, he did research
on sickle cell anemia and published in 1937 a report entitled, "Immunologic Studies in Sickle Cell Anemia."

Upon return to his native Washington, D.C. for private
practice, he joined the staff of the Howard Univercity
College of Medicine and Freedmen's Hospital in
1937 as instructor in pediatrics (part time). He was
subsequently promoted to clinical assistant professor and
later to clinical associate professor of pediatrics. He was
certified by the American Board of Pediatrics in 1942,
and bcame a fellow of the American Academy of
Pediatrics in 1948.

In recent years, his interest centered upon gastrointestinal
disorders in children. For the past 17 years, he has been an active participant in the gastroenterology clinic at Freedmen's Hospital. In addition, Dr. Cardozo served for 24 years as a school medical inspector in the District of Columbia Department of Health.

He was a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics,
the Medical Society of the District of Columbia, the Advisory Committee of the District of Columbia Crippled Children's Society, the National Medical Association, and Alpha Omega Alpha, having been one of the Gamma Chapter of the latter honorary medical fraternity in the Howard University College of Medicine.

He was a member of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity
and an Episcopalian. His hobby was photography. 
CARDOZO, Dr. William Warrick (I1822)
 
94 Alan David was named after his cousin, Alan Nabarro, the solicitor. He is in the shipping business. NABARRO, Alan David (I431)
 
95 Albert Jacob Cardozo was a justice of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, but resigned from the bench in 1872 after a scandal involving the Tweed Ring. CARDOZO, Albert Jacob (I1402)
 
96 Albert V. Polak was living in Atlanta in the 1970's. POLAK, Albert V. (I1872)
 
97 Alice Landrum lived in Galveston, Texas where she remained unmarried. LANDRUM, Alice (I1854)
 
98 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I473)
 
99 All of Isaac N Cardozo III's daughters are unmarried. Family F559
 
100 Also known as: Zus Nabarro NABARRO, Catharina (I2281)
 

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