Keith Gormèzano's genealogical research on his family:
From the town records of Tarazona, Spain in the latte 1300's
(in Medieval Spanish and French so language will be off)

En un documento de, "Donacion de Censos de la Juderia de Tarrazona (Espana)" se lee lo siguiente: Item paga Jaco Gormenzana por dos tiendas que affruentan con Jehuda Benluengo e con la carrera publica dos sueldos . Item paga Jehuda Benluego por tres tiendas que afrentan con la tienda de Jaco Gormezano.

A Tarrazona Octobre 19, 1388

Rough Translation:

In a document "Census of the Jewish Community or Area (Jews were required to live in certain neighborhoods at that time) of Tarrazona" the following things were found in the document: Jaco Gormenzana's two stores are along side with those of Jehuda Benluengo and with his race gave two sueldos (or unit of currency in that time). Item pays "Jehuda Benluego had three stores which were by the store of Jaco Gormezano.

At Tarrazona on October 19, 1388

En un documento de Tarrazona ante el notario Bernadrd de Castleblanch, Abraham Venosillo declara que "tenia prendas de Salomon Gormezano, sufficientes para responder de 146 sueldos que debe a Catalina, mujer de Guillen Marcen."

En Aragon, Tarrazona, Agosto 20, 1391

Rough Translation:

In a document found in the town records of Tarrazona, "made before the notary Bernadrd de Castleblanch, Abraham Venosillo declared that "he had given to Salomon Gormezano, enough assets to respond or pay back the 146 sueldos that Gormezano owed to Catheri ne, the woman of Guillen Marcen."

In Aragon, Tarrazona, August 20, 1391

"Pour le proces contre la famile Frances, lo famille Xaprut nomme comme ses representants: Moses Abez, juif de Zaragosa; Levi A&ach, juif de Monzon, et Aczach "el Rico", juif de Tarrazona. Sur la document fait en presence du notaire Bernard Castleblanch, figuent comme temoins Pedro Guestaras et Juce Gormezano."

En Tarrazona, Fevier ou Mars, 1384

Rough Translation:

"For their lawsuit against the Frances family, the Xaprut family names as its representants: Moses Abez, a Jew of Zaragosa; Levi A&ach, a Jew of Monzon, and Aczach "The Rich Man", a Jew of Tarrazona. Made on the document made in presence of the notary Bernard Castleblanch, was the testimony of Pedro Guestaras and Juce Gormezano (two witnesses were required when declaring a representative)."

In Tarrazona, Spain in February or March, 1384.

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