European Jewish Nobility

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                                                                            European Jewish Nobility

 

 

Austria:

 

von Arnstein, Arnsteiner

von Auspitz

Barons de Redé

Elkan von Elkansberg (later Bavaria)

von Ephrussi

von Eskeles

Ritter von Fischer

Frydman, Ritter von Prawy (cf.Marcel Prawy)

von Goldschmidt

von Gomperz

von Gutmann (cf. Elisabeth von Gutmann)

Haber von Lindsberg

von Heine-Geldern, Heine von Geldern (Freiherr & Baron, Gustav, Robert)

von Henikstein (Hönigstein)

Hofmann von Hofmannsthal

Joel von Joelson

von Lieben

von Löwenthal

von Katzellenbourg

von Mises

von Motesiczky

 

de Morpurgo

von Oppenheim

Parente

Porges – von Portheim

Rothschild banking family of Austria

von Seligmann

von Sonnenfels (Christian)

von Todesco

Wartenegg

von Wertheimstein

Weil von Weilen

von Wittgenstein of Vienna (Christian)

von Zemlinsky

 

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Belgium:

Baron Lambert

Baron Jacques Brotchi

Baron Julien Klener

Francisco de Silva y Solis (Marquis de Montfort): Military commander under Emperor Leopold I; greatly aided in the defeat of the French François de Créquy in 1675. He settled in Antwerp as a professed Jew.

Cahen d’Anvers

Hirsch

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Netherlands:

Salvador

Francisco Lopes Suasso, Baron d’Avernas le Gras (1657–1710), one of the leading shareholders of the West India Company, one of the most ardent supporters of the House of Orange, he supported William of Orange in 1688 in of his invasion of England.

Teixeira de Mattos (to which family belongs the non noble translator Alexander Teixeira de Mattos)

 

 

France:
Baron Silvestre de Sacy

d’Avigdor

Barons de Fould-Springer

Boudet

Maurice Hirsch

Lafitte

Pardes

Reinach

Rothschild banking family of France

Rothschild of Bordeaux (vinery)

Vigi

 

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Germany:

Auerbach
Bleichroder
von Kaullas
von Oppenheim
Maurice de Hirsch of Bavarian “Von Hirsch Auf Gereuth” family.
von Redé
Rothschild family
Rotbert
von Schwarzau (originally de Suasso)
von Gil
Aviel Justice Stein (commonly known as Avi Stein)
Von Collen/von Cölln

 

Hungary:
Fischer

Goldberger de Buda

Hevesy von Bischitz

Hatvany-Deutsch

Hollitscher

Jüllich

von Lieben

von Neumann (e.g., John von Neumann)

Polanyi

Schey von Koromla

von Rosenberg

Ronai (Baron Herman Weinberger von Rόna)

Szitányi Ullmann

von Wertheimstein

Zuckerkandl

 

Italy:

 

Baron Lumbroso, said to be from Egyptian-Jewish origin

Baron Mazza, Naples

del Castelo

Paradiso

Camondo

Rothschild banking family of Naples

Tedesco

Mendola, Palermo

Montini

The Franchetti Barons

Senigaglia family

Vigil

 

Russia and Poland:

Grinkrugi

Ephron

Ephrussi family

Kanegissery

Krupa/Kruppa

Polyakova

Dobrowolski Counts (later Dobrow), Russian and Polish family

Gantsmakher

Khaykin

Ransohov

Wertheim (Poland)

Menschikoff

 

 

Spain:

Abarbanel

Arditti – of the Aragonese court

Bargallo

De La Cadena Maluenda

Marmol

Cabrera

Carvajal

Camondo

Cohen

Nahon

Paredes

Roditi

Safira

Saltiel (Shaltiel)

Surel

Verdugo

Vigil

 

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The Nobilites edited by the Marquis de Ruvigny , auteur of « the blood Royal of Britain », “The Jacobite Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage”, “The Plant Agener Roll”, etc.

Rubinstein, W. D. (1993). Capitalism, Culture and Decline in Britain: 1750 -1990. New York, USA. p. 160. ISBN 0415037182.

“Joseph, Baron Gunzburg (Russian philanthropist and banker) – Britannica Online Encyclopedia”. Britannica.com. Retrieved 2012-04-26.

“Horace, Baron Gunzburg (Russian philanthropist and civil-rights activist) – Britannica Online Encyclopedia”. Britannica.com. 1909-03-02. Retrieved 2012-04-26.

“Noble Families Of Jewish Ancestry”. Chivalricorders.org. Retrieved 2012-04-26.

http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/4428-coat-of-arms

http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/11977-pedigree

http://www.voncoelln.com/vc_famcrest.htm

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