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Re: LUZADER, Luzadder-how do you celebrate?
Posted by: John C.F. Luzader Date: January 04, 2001 at 07:59:16
In Reply to: Re: LUZADER, Luzadder-how do you celebrate? by Donna Luzader Resnick of 412

You are very welcome. Yes, we are members of a family with a long and interesting history. One branch went into Mexico and became 'conversos', converted to the Roman Catholic faith in order to avoid conflicts and to be able to own land. A descendant of this branch, Don (a title as we use Mr.) Juan Lusada was invited by the King of Hawaii, to bring 'cowboying' to the island. In 1832 or 1836 ( records differ ), Don Lusada and an employee traveled to the big island and brought the art of 'cowboying' to Hawaii.


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