Hello everyone, I have done extensive research on the Sigala name. This research led me to Europe in the 1600's, where Sigala's were mostly living in France, Spain, and Italy. It was hard to track the name further in the past, but I found records that indicate that the Sigala name is actually a name that was changed slightly to escape persecution. I have seen the name appear as Siegal or Segal. In those days Jews were discriminated against and sometimes killed, so its possible that some Sigala decide to change his name and convert to Christianity. Ill get back to everyone, Im looking into records that date back to the 1500's.