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Origin Displayed: Russian

Origins Available: German, Russian

Spelling variations of this family name include: Sobol, Sobel, Zobel, Sobolewski, Soboliev and many more.

First found in Russia, where beareres of the name were found in early times.

Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: Joe Sobel, who was recorded in the "Naturalization Records" of McLennan County, Texas for 1850-1906.

(From www.HouseOfNames.com Archives copyright 2000 - 2009)



Some noteworthy people of the name Zobel
  • Otto Julius Zobel (1887-1970), American design engineer
  • Enrique Zobel (1927-2004), prominent Filipino businessman
  • Rainer Zobel (b. 1948), football player and coach
  • Hiller B. Zobel (b. 1932), Massachusetts judge and author
  • Joseph Zobel (1915-2006), French author



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In 1848, a great wave of revolutions, fueled largely by the resentment felt by the ever-growing lower classes toward those who held power, swept across Europe. The Communist Manifesto, which was written by Karl Marx on the eve of the Revolutions of 1848, is representative of the ideas of many of Marx's contemporaries, including the viewpoint that history is determined by class conflict.

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