Shelly, You are fortunate to have this information. I'm also researching Jewish and Arabic ancestry. Before Ferdinand and Isabella began their "United Spain" idea, the Moors had been living comfortably within Spain right alongside the Christians and Jews. When the Tribunals were instituted, the Moors were also forced to convert. No doubt there was intermarrying, especially when Jews and Muslims became "New Christians". I wonder if the surname Morris of my great-grandmother has Arabic roots. The Latin word for Moor is "Maurus" from the Greek "Mauros" and in French you may find it as "More".