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About The Abou Haidar family
*"(Like branches on a tree,
We may grow in different directions,
yet our roots remain as one.
Each of our lives will always be
a special part of the other.)" * 
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The Abou Haidar family traces its origin back to the royal Arab Ghassanid kingdom. A 
Federation of tribes ruling an area that stretched from the (Euphrates river to the 
Jordan river an area encompassing what is today Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan). 
The kingdom had a total of 37 kings ruling for a period of over 600 years. (ref to al 
a'akd alfarid) making the royal Ghassanids the first Christian Arab kingdom in the 
Middle east.
Properly speaking, the royal Ghassanids were an Arab dynasty whose members belonged 
to a clan of the south Arabian tribe of (Azd), believed to have arrived in the Syrian 
desert about A.D. 250-300 and to have become the dominant confederation 
in the desert east of the Jordan and southeast of Damascus.

At about 1600 AD the tribe of Al-furayjat who lived in Houran - Syria had a young 
prince his name was Saadeh who had two brothers Abdul Massieh (Abou Ayoub) and Jerjus 
(Abou trad).

Sa'adeh himself had four sons: Haidar, Chalhoub, Freijeh and Chahine (abou kamal). 
Haidar was his eldest son . The people referred to Sa'adeh as (Abou Haidar) which 
translates in English  to (father of Haidar). It was customarily to give the father 
the name of his first born son . this tradition continues to some extent up to this 
very day. An honor, assigning the eldest son with the position of resuming the 
authority of his father in case the father could no longer resume his familial duties.

Saadeh ( Abou Haidar ) was a very distinguished prince of the Ghassanids. he was a 
leader to his people. His brothers and later on all of his sons were using his name 
(Abou Haidar) in reference to his lineage. For unknown reasons he moved with his 
family and his men to the Beka’ valley at about 1625 , He was about 25 years of age.

The Abou Haidar family in Lebanon Settled in places like Talia, Baskinta, 
Houshbarada, Hammana, Aldamour,Hadath al Jibbeh , Alma "Zgharta" , Tripoly ,Fieh 
,Zan,Ebrine,Ghouma, Aytoula, 
Tall Abbas algharbi ,Alcheikh Taba .and other cities and villages, eventually a lot of them 
migrated
to places as far as Canada ,South and North America and Australia.

The Abou Haidar family name in English is represented with many different spelling 
variations such as: Abou Haidar, Abu Haydar,Buhaidar Abi Haidar,Abo Jaydar, Haidar, Haydar, 
Hyder, Haider, Haidar, Aidar and so on.
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{ "Call it a clan, call it a network, call it a tribe, call it a family.  Whatever you 
call it, whoever you are, you need one.  ~Jane Howard" }.
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*** Dear relatives ,  Your suggestions and feed back are valuable to enable us 
update and correct our family tree.
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 niram58@hotmail.com  remi1996@hotmail.com  or abouhaidar303@hotmail.com 

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If anyone would like to contact Abou Haidar (Aidar) family in South America 
Click those links on Orkut .
1.   http://www.orkut.com.br/Main#Community?cmm=196196
2.   http://www.orkut.com.br/Main#Community?cmm=798175
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This is a sample of Ellis island records of our relatives who immegrated by sea ships to North 
and 
South America.

 Exact Matches (5)  
  Name of Passenger Residence Arrived Age on Arrival Passenger Record Ship Manifest Ship Image    
1. Alexandre Abou Haidar    Getita, Syria    1920  18  View View View    
2. Chibli Abou Haidar    Getita, Syria    1920  64  View View View    
3. Ibrahim Abou Haidar    Getita, Syria    1920  25  View View View    
4. Marian Abou Haidar    Getita, Syria    1920  55  View View View    
5. Salma Abou Haidar    Getita, Syria    1920  22  View View View 
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The following  website in Brazil for emigrants , you can check your fathers or gandfathers
arrival into America :
FamilySearch.org
FamilySearch.org
Registration cards for foreign citizens with permanent residency in São Paulo issued by the 
Office of Public Safety. These records are housed at the Arquivo Público do Estado de São 
Paulo. Additional images will be published as they become available.
FAMILYSEARCH.ORG


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***DNA Family tree (Lebanon-Syria-Palastine-Jordon) : 
http://www.familytreedna.com/public/Lebanon-Syria-DNA/default.aspx
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