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Many Jews bear family names based on places of origin or residence.

The family name Deri is associated with the town of Der'a (Draa) in the province of Draa, south
Morocco.

This entire area is one of the oldest sites of Jewish settlement in north Africa, dating from well
before the Arab invasions. Many towns built by Jews there were called after places in the Land of
Israel . It is believed that the name of the town Dereha in the Draa valley, for example, comes
from Edrehi, an ancient village in the province of Syria.
The name (and variants) is recorded as a Jewish family name in the following examples:
In the 9th century, Mosheh Ha-Rofe Ben Abraham Edery, who was born in Draa, was a renown
Karaite poet; in the 13th century, Isaac Daray, and his son Jacob, of Barcelona, Spain, are
mentioned in a legal document issued by Don Pedro III King of Aragon, dated October 14, 1285;
in the 17th century, Mosheh Ben Khoulief Edery was a Rabbi in Debdou, Morocco (1607); in the
18th century, Abraham Bar Messod Edery (born 1771?) was a Rabbi in Baizza, a village near
Marrakech, Morocco; Rabbi Mosheh de Isaac Edrehi from Mogador (or Agadir), Morocco, was a
prolific author, Cabalist and professor nguages at Etz Hayyim school in London, England (1792)
and in the high school of the Sephardi community of Amsterdam, Holland; Reuben Edery was a
Rabbi and dayan in Tetouan, Morocco, in 19th century; Rabbi David Edery from Morocco was
member of the Rabbinical tribunal of Safed, the Land of Israel. His name is mentioned in the
introduction to Vayomer Yitshak by Rabbi Isaac Benghalid (1872); David

Edery (died 1963 in Tnagiers, Morocco) was head of the graduates association of Alliance
Israelite.
In the 20th century, Dari is documented with the Israeli Knesset-Member Rafael Edry, born 1937
in Casablanca, Morocco; and with Arye Machluf Dari, Knesset-Member during the 90 and head of
the Shas movement.
In the 20th century, Edery is recorded as a Jewish family name with Albert, Marcel, Mordechai,
Nissim, Rosa, Annete and Haim Edery, who died in the tragic Egoz incident. The ship "Egoz",
carrying immigrants from Morocco to Israel, had been chartered by the Jewish underground in
Morocco. It sank with the loss of 44 passengers , on 10th January , 1961

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