John Bury extracted most of the text from this tree as a PDF. The 5MB image follows but if slow to download scroll down for a lower resolution image. The tree has plenty of interest, but has numerous errors. Thus the account of Moses Baruh Lousada is difficult to square with what we know eg he was the son of Isaac Baruch Louzada of Livorno who died in 1677 in Amsterdam and who had a wife Luna; Moses had 2 sons Mordecai and Abraham and no son Moses whereas the tree's author adopted a now obsolete 6-son version of the Lousada family tree of which one son is Moses; no daughter is shown but his daughter Sarah married her cousin Solomon of Amsterdam; and we have no evidence of a marriage to a Treves but evidence of 2 marriages to Henriques Faro wives. The chart has Emanuel #41 of Jamaica marrying the wrong Esther; and his brother Jacob has his wife Abigail Lamego the elder given the wrong date of death. The chart attributes to Jacob (the brother of Isaac the 1st Lousada Duke) an illustrious line in the Habsburg aristocracy whereas Jacob appears to us to have had a modest end to his life in Jamaica in 1800; his brother Aaron is incorrectly described and furthermore the 2nd Aaron is missing. The top entry of the the chart concerns a Don Salomon de Louzada purportedly related to the Portuguese House of Braganza and whilst the story therein is similar to the story of the Lamego in-laws the Curiels, no care seems to have been taken to clarify whether the venerable de Losada nobility in Spain is entailed and how it relates to the Baruch Lousadas. Aaron Baruh Lousada #125 did not have a son Jacob, but his father Emanuel of course did. The parentage given of Moritz Baruh is suspect since the only the only Lousada/Ximenes marriage in the descendants of Emanuel #41 was in 1770 and produced no children. There is much that is interesting about the tree, however, but the many uncritical attempts made to import Lousada ancestry are unsubtle; none of these is valid and we have suggested an ancestry of Moritz Baruh which to our mind has more chance of being successful. The tree does have many useful elements eg Bela de Dirsztay 1861-1921 is the great-grandfather of a person whose husband made contact with us in Jan 2015!