Amsterdam Baruch Lousadas

Apart from the Den Haag Louzadas whom we show separately (see note 1 below), the chart above shows all but 5 (see note 3 below) of the Louzadas who appear in the Amsterdam burial records - ref 312, and our extract at ref 146. The Baruch Louzadas are shown in the lilac colour and the spouses who may not have been born as Baruch Louzadas are shown in the brown colour. Moses Baruh Lousada of London may have been a nephew of Isaac and Luna (click here for an explanation). David had a brother Jacob who died in 1681 (see ref 99). Moses was more or less constantly in Amsterdam in the 1649-59 period (ref 105) but after leaving Amsterdam in late 1659, returned from London on a few occasions. His daughter Sarah married her cousin in a marriage that was recorded in Bevis Marks as well as Amsterdam.

An unusual circumstance is recorded in the above chart - mother and daughter Luna have the same name presumably because one of the grandparents had the same name. We are not sure whether Esther Baruch Louzada was a daughter of Isaac as this is not indicated in the records, but she is not shown as a widow of Solomon either. A Moses appears in ref 85 in connection with the will of Solomon who seemed in debt when he died - the connection being that Moses did not appear in the estate administration!  The last 3 Amsterdam Baruch Lousadas were involved in a London court case of 1738 which involved 2 branches of the Bernal family.

The witnesses to the 1673, 1677 and 1709 marriages, on the bride's side, were respectively Jacob Montezinos, Jacob Levi and Abraham Henriques Faro. Shown above are the last 2 brides of David Baruch Louzada #44, and their origins in Paris and Madrid respectively are interesting and tends to support the view that the Baruch Louzadas were part of the exodus of New Christian merchants from Madrid in the first half of the 1600s though some at least sojourned in Livorno for around 20 years and may have travelled to Amsterdam via France. The Baruch Lousada, Henriques Faro and Israel Pereira interconnection revealed in ref 141 is shown here.

Notes:

1. We show the Den Haag Louzadas separately and they carry the Louzada name in the Netherlands from 1645 to 1787.

2. Not shown is the stepson of David #44 Jacob/James #711 who went to Barbados via London in 1696 and who died in Barbados in 1711.

3. Samuel Baruch Lousada had a daughter Rachel who died in Amsterdam in 1730. Perhaps Samuel was part of the remnant Livorno Baruch Lousadas. David Levi Lousada who died in 1744 is probably a scion of the Livorno Levi Lousadas, but we can so far only guess at the origin of Sara Costa Lozada (d1750), Samuel Mendes Loizada (d1711) and Reina Barugh Loizada (d1721).