Person    | Male  Born 1784  Died 1885

Sir Moses Montefiore

Categories: Philanthropy, Religion

Countries: Israel/Palestine, Italy

Philanthropist and Jewish leader.
Born Italy, brought up in London. Married into the Rothschild family.

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Sir Moses Montefiore

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Moses Montefiore

Greater London Council Sir Moses Montefiore, 1784 - 1885, philanthropist and...

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