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Naftali Hirsch Ginzburg (Gunzburg)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Worms, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
Death: Died in Slutsk, Minsk Province, Belarus
Immediate Family:

Son of Isaac Günzburg and Gutlé Gitlé Günzburg
Husband of Rebecca Rivka Günzburg and Deborah Lubliner
Father of Saul Günzburg; Shprinze ?; Isaac Günzburg; Eidel Lieb; Jacob Gunzburg of Posen and 1 other
Brother of Simon Günzburg; Sprintz Günzburg; Aaron Günzburg and Asher Klemens Gintzburg from Vilna

Occupation: rabbin, Av Bet Din à Pinsk et Slutsk, אב"ד פינסק וסלוצק
Managed by: Randy Schoenberg
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About Naftali Hirsch Ginzburg (Gunzburg)

Av Bet Din à Posen (1647) puis Pinsk et Slutsk

The Unbroken Chain - Neil Rosenstein - 1990 - he had two wives:

1. Rebecca (see page 14, G5.3)

2. Rebecca's first cousin Deborah (see page 12, G5.7)

Note: Deborah was also married to R. Jacob, ABD of Brest and Lublin, son of Ephraim Naftali Hirsch, ABD of Ludmir.

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http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~prohel/names/grunfeld/gunzburg.html#nhg -------------------- ABD (Chief Rabbi) Posen, where he wrote an approbation in 1647 to Emek HaMelech. He later became ABD Pinsk and then Slutzk when he signed the Minutes of the Council which convened at Zulz in 1670 and at Chamsk in 1679. He wrote approbations on Divrei Chahamim and Keneh Chochmah by R. Judah Lieb of Pinsk, published in Hamburg 1692/3 Frankfurt-on-Oder 1681/2 respectively. He died Tammuz 1697, and was buried next to R. Nahum Katzenellenbogen.