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Abourbih Family web page

Updated December 6, 2005

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This web page is dedicated to all members of the Abourbia family.

The Abourbia family, known also as Abourbih or Aburabia, has originated from Spain in the 15th century, and immigrated to Morocco.

On the family grave at Tituane in Morroco, it is written: "Familia de Abourbia de Castilla" - Abourbia family from castilla (a part of Spain).

The name of the family was known in the town of Toledo in Spain in the 15th century. the family name is also mentioned (as Abu-El-Rabia) in one of Rabi Yehuda Halevi's songs from the 12th century.

There are records that the family in Morroco setteled in the town of Tituane and in the town of Ksar El-Kebir. from Morroco the family immigrated to the land of Israel in the 19th century,we know of one branch that setteled in Jerusalem and another branch that setteled in Tiberius.

During the 20th century some members of the family changed their family name to Avivi or to Bar-Aviv.

This site presents the family tree of the branch of the family that settled in the town of Tiberius and spread from there to Egypt and other countries.

Please go to the link below in order to get to the family tree and information.

 
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