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Abraham Genealogy & History

The word Abraham was originally found in the Torah and translates to mean High Father. Abraham is considered to be the father of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Its subsequent presence in the Bible has made the Abraham surname very popular over the centuries. One of the many sources of modern Abraham genealogy was returning Crusaders, who often gave their sons that surname in reference to father's pilgrimage. Famous Abrahams include Serbian operetta composer Paul Abraham, mathematician Ralph Abraham, actor F. Murray Abraham, Indian Olympic runner Shiny Abraham Wilson, Republican administrator and Michigan Senator Spencer Abraham, and German WWI and WWII General Erich Abraham.

Abraham Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Kenneth Abraham-- --, 1913April 9,1998CT
Baba Abraham-- --, 1884December ,1980CA
Caliel Abraham-- --, 1916December 5,2002NY
Dado Abraham-- --, 1893April ,1972IL

Abraham Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Earl Abraham-- --, 1905December 17,1989Lakewood,OH
F Joan Abraham-- --, 1916November 19,1999Dover,DE
Gabriel Abraham-- --, 1896October ,1977Miami Beach,FL
Hafisa Abraham-- --, 1903April 2,2001Methuen,MA

Abraham Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Bejoy AbrahamBetsy JoykuttyMay 13,2000Dallas, TX
Chad AbrahamTiffany TomeoOctober 12,2002Wake, NC
David AbrahamStacey AmmonApril 21,1989Wake, NC
Perumattickunnel AbrahamNancy BuffaloeJune 16,1973Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Abraham

1416th: Flaherty1417th: Trevino
1418th: Yost1419th: Weir
1420th: Bergman1421st: Eddy
1422nd: Sadler1423rd: Polk
1424th: Lilly1425th: Toth

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