Patriarchs and Matriarchs Online of Souk El-Gharb and Bmakine

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My beloved parents,
Lucy & George Khalaf
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The Hajjar Family Tree

Research and Compiled by
Salim George Khalaf
August 21, 1969

Computer Edition: January 1991 and Web Edition: July 2001
Beshara Hajjar's family Bible & Interview of Salma Hajjar

To view the whole family tree as one image, click here (Note: not compatible with earlier versions of Netscape)

To view the descendants of the names that appear to the right of the main branches of the tree below, put the mouse over the name and his descendants appear to the right of this chart. To view a clearer and fixed image of any of the same, click on the name and a new window opens with the related branch. You can print the new window, if you like.

Women and men who had no children understandably do not produce corresponding branches and NO branches pop up corresponding to their names; however, all flag balloons explaining reasons. Balloons take seconds to display while you hold the mouse over the name.

VERY IMPORTANT: Please wait for this page to fully load before viewing. It is programmed to "pre-load" many images first to function correctly.

  Mouse over or click below here
Descendants appear below here. No image = No children
MORE Photographs (follow the arrow link right)

HEY!! Don't go, don't go, don't go...
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photo of my hometowns and history of my hometowns

Phoenicia, A Bequest Unearthed -- Phoenician Encyclopedia

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Salim George Khalaf, Byzantine Phoenician Descendent
Salim is from Shalim, Phoenician god of dusk, whose place was Urushalim/Jerusalem
"A Bequest Unearthed, Phoenicia" — Encyclopedia Phoeniciana

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