Hi Nelson, I am very grateful, for the information that you have given me, it is good to know that MUSE or MOUSSA are but very used as a name and don't what I thought like last name. Fortunately I had the opportunity to study the Arab language, and I speak it very well, although I don't write it, and you that it is of Arab customs to use the father's so much names like of the grandfather. My grandfather's father arrives in the Ecuador around 1912-1915 his name when arriving in the Ecuador it was Nezzare iben (that son means of, although it is not always used) Yiries Musse, and for easy pronunciation, like in the case of your relatives, they imposed him Ignacio Jorge.
By means of the investigations that I have carried out, reach the conclusion that my last name was Musse, although it doesn't consider that that it can be another name as that of my great-grandfather's grandfather.
Thank you Nelson, for your help, don't please doubt to lend me but information in case that you have it.
Greetings Nahim Jorgge Barquet
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