My ancestors were Dutch Jews with origins in Portugal, Turkey, and Central Europe, who migrated to the Netherlands, and from there to England and other parts of the world. In 1811-12, all Dutch citizens had to take a surname. This was the origin of my father's surname Rabbie, and my mother's surname Pampel. Following the German occupation of the Netherlands in 1940, hundreds of family members were deported and murdered in Nazi concentration camps.
|Index of people in my family tree||E-mail me: email@example.com|
|Index of surnames in my family tree||
Learn more at the
Netherlands Society for Jewish Genealogy
and the Dutch Jewish Genealogy Database
|My own page in my family tree||Search for victims of the Holocaust in Holland|
|My cousin Maurice Rabbie Raynor's home page||The Digital Monument to the Jewish Community in the Netherlands|