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Re: Saucedo name origin
Posted by: rodolfo saucedo (ID *****9659) Date: August 24, 2004 at 11:02:12
In Reply to: Saucedo name origin by Daniel Saucedo of 73

Daniel, my name is Rudy Saucedo. I know that the name Saucedo is of Spanish origin because it is described in Spanish language sites that present information on the origin of Spanish names. The origin of the name is related to "willows". In Spanish, a willow tree is a sauza. Related names are Sauceda, Salcedo, etc.

There is a Sephardic web site with information on Spanish Jewish families that indicates that there were Spanish Jews by the name of Saucedo. Many names begining with "S" are identified in this way, including Saavedra, Saldana, Saenz, Salazar and others.

Send me an e-mail to and I will try to provide your with more information on some of these sites when I am home. I am on my lunch hour at work right now.

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