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Re: Rossell (Rossel) as a Sephardic name.
Posted by: Harry Stein Date: January 09, 2002 at 07:04:23
In Reply to: Re: Rossell (Rossel) as a Sephardic name. by James Roszel of 178

Sorry you did not like my post. The research was done by the Holy Office of the Catholic Church of Spain. This is the office that administered the inquisition. I cannot think of a better source for acuracy that the church, can you? The name was uncovered by a census of the Juderias of Spain. As far as different spelling of the name and different countries and different religions, you put that in the mix, not I. I made a statement that stands. The Rossell family of Spain has Sephardic roots. Unless you can find fact rather than opinion I have no reason to call the census by the Catholic Church a fabrication. If you are Catholic, I suggest you see your priest. I am sure he can get his hands on similiar documentation.


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