Great content! Thanks for the family history, all of the stories are interesting and really fulfilling. Ive always wondered how the dabdoubs came to be, it feels great to know our origins! Greetings from the Bolivian chapter of the Dabdoub Family!
My name is Cindy Morin, my grandparents emigrated from Bethlehem in 1920. Our family name is Freij. The famous mayor Elias Freij was my mother’s cousin. Her father and Elias’s father were brothers. The family moved to Mexico when my mother was 6 months
I recognize so many of the clan family names because so many of them emigrated to Monterrey, Mexico where my family settled. In fact, Monterrey, is a sister city to Bethlehem.
I am working on family genealogy, but doing research on this is difficult from the United States.
And now I am more intrigued because I did not find my grandmother’s family name on the list of clan names.
Audelia Mahchi de Dabdoub
I am Audelia Mahchi , wife of Jose Mario Dabdoub son of Philip Dabdoub junior .I love history and my children are Dabdoub , my husband "s gran father came from New york to Honduras .C.a he married Wadia Sikafy .He had several brothers and sisters .my father
remembers as a child a Dabdoub gentleman who visited his father Selim who was also from bethlehem , he has never forget this man because to him he looked like a bear , what he remembers the most was his big hands and huge feet . it is impressive how many Dabdoub
are around the world , the Palestinian community where I live always remember a Doctor from Palestine a very dear doctor , so each time they hear my name they ask if I am related to him .
My name is Eduardo Dueri (Dweiri) and just wanted to send you a small note to congratulate and thank you for the wonderful work made on the Dabdoub web page. It is so refreshing and important to all of us to recreate the histroy of all the Bethlehem families.
I will be in Amman mid January and would try to obtain more relevant information on our common and proud history
Thanks for a great source of information. Does anyone know the meaning of "Bethlehem"? Its a Syriac word meaning "Bakery" or "the bread baking place"
Jack Siriani (Shishan of Bethlehem)
This website is very interesting to see. the article was interesting to read. hopefully article in the post is always helpful to the readers of this website.
Hello, My name is Rene Javier Valenzuela Cantu, my father is Rene Javier Valenzuela Dabdoub. I'm writing a memory book with the history of the family back only to the time the first Dabdoub came from Bethlehem via New York in the 1800's. Thank you for
sharing your investigations and knowledge.