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Naftali Zvi Hirsch Shor (Shore)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Alsace?
Death: Died in Lublin
Immediate Family:

Son of Moshe Ephraim Zalman Schorr and Hanna Schor
Husband of Hannah Havva Schor (Treves?) and Rivka Shor/Schor
Father of Egele Olga Babad; Rabbi Ephraim Zalman Shor, author of "Tevuat Shor"; Avraham Chaim Schor; Margela Mirele Halperin; Shachno and 2 others

Occupation: Rabbi in Brisk & Lublin
Managed by: Mark Za'k Rowan
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About Naftali Zvi Hirsch Shor

http://reocities.com/Heartland/Trail/8095/legend.html http://shorsite.narod.ru/s.htm ….almost everyone with the name Shor (or one of the many variants thereof) has a family tradition claiming descent from one or more of the legendary rabbi's of this outstanding Literary/Rabbinic dynasty. And that's only part of it ... R'Alexander Sender (Tevuot) Shor was a direct descendent of 'The Eagle' of the Shor Rabbinic Dynasty R'Naftali Zvi-Hersh Shor, who fathered many children and had many illustrious descendents - including both Tevuot Shors. R'Naftali himself was the product of illustrious forebears. His father R'Moshe Efraim Zalman Shor was said to have been a descendant of the noted 12th century tosafist Rabbenu Yosef Behor-Shor (for more about Rabbenu Yosef see Profiles) and his mother to have been a descendant of the renouned 11th century Commentator RASHI (for more about RASHI see Profiles) . Lineage from T'vuot Shor (the younger) to R'Naftali The following lineage is well documented; most of the links are verifiable by means of records of what is/was inscribed on the gravestones of the individuals mentioned. • Alexander Sender Shor (Appx 1660 - 1737) was one of the great scholars of his age. He was known by the title of his major work Tevuot Shor. (For more about Tevuot Shor see Profiles!) • He was the son of Efraim Zalman Shor (Appx 1630 - 1674) who was Magid in Lvov, and whose wife was the daughter of R'Alexander Sender Shapira. • He was the son of Yehuda Lev Shor (Appx 1610 - 1640) whose wife was the daughter of R'Zvi Lavish. • He was the son of Avraham Shor (b Appx 1590) whose wife was the daughter of R'Gershon B"R Avraham B"R Eliyahu (aka Eliyahu m'Lvov, aka Eliyahu Oringal) Myzlish. He is mentioned with honor in the records of the small synagogue of Lvov; he died and is buried in Lvov. • He was the son of Shmuel Shor (Appx 1550 - 1632) who had been rabbi in Turbin and Rosh Mesifta (head of an Academy) in Lvov. He died on 20 Tamuz 5392 and is buried in Lvov. • He was the son of Naftali (Zvi Hersh) Shor, aka R'Hersh Alsacer (Appx 1530 - 1587). R'Naftali was born in Alsace. He became friend and protege of the RAMA and married Rivka, the daughter of R'Yisrael (B"R Shalom) Shachna, ABD Lublin and si"l of the RAMA. (For more about R'Naftali see Profiles)! • Lineage from R'Naftali to Rabbenu Yosef Behor Shor In 'The Chronicles of the Shor Family', H D Friedberg states that the Shor family begins with Rabbenu Yosef b'Itzhak Behor Shor of Orleans in Northern France ... Naftali Shor was the son of Moshe Efraim Zalman Shor (Appx 1510 - 1571). He lived in Moravia (Maharin?), Ashkenaz and Alsace in the 16th century. His wife Hannah (see Lineage ... to Rashi, below) was the daughter of Naftali Hertz Treves, Rabbi of Frankfurt am Main. (For more about R'Moshe see Profiles)! • He was the son of Haim Shor, aka R'Avraham Haim Shor of Maharin. • He was the son of Shmuel Shor • He was the son of Avraham Shor , aka R'Avraham ben Shmuel of Posna • He was the son of Shmuel Shor , aka R'Shmuel of Posna. R'Shmuel was the fi"l of R'Avraham (son of Yehoshua), head of the Jewish community of Posna • There would be from six to eight generations between Shmuel of Posna and R'Avraham Behor Shor. • Avraham Behor-Shor is mentioned in a number of tosafot • He was the son of Yosef Behor-Shor (b Appx 1140) aka R'Yosef b'Itzhak of Orleans, aka R'Yosef b'Itzhak b'Yosef. R'Yosef was a tosafist, exegete and poet who lived in Orleans in Northern France in the last century of the fifth millenium (1140 -1240); he taught Torah and inspired many students; he is regarded as one of the important and creative commentators on the Pentateuch . (For more about Rabbenu Yosef see Profiles)! • He was the son of Itshak of Orleans, aka R'Itzhak b'Yosef who is cited in the Tosafot as father of R'Yosef (aka R'Yosef Behor Shor) of Orleans • He was the son of Yosef m'Chinon, aka R'Yosef b'Itzhak who is cited in the Tosphot as father of R'Itzhak of Orleans, the father of R'Yosef Behor Shor • R'Yosef m'Chinion claimed to be of the tribe of Yosef, and a descendent of Yosef the son of the Patriarch Yacov. Lineage from R'Naftali to RASHI • R'Naftali Shor was the son of Hanna Treves and R'Moshe Efraim Zalman Shor. They lived in Moravia (Maharin?), Ashkenaz and Alsace in the 16th cent. • She was the daughter of Naftali Hertz Treves who was Rabbi in Frankfurt am Main and author of Sidur Kabbala and Naftulei Elokim. • He was the son of Eliezer Treves who was Rabbi in Slatstat, Alsace (1480). • He was the son of Shmuel Treves . • He was the son of Yoseph Treves (d 1435) who was Rabbi of Marseilles, France. • He was the son of Yohanan Treves (Appx 1365 - 1429) who followed his father footsteps by going to Spain to advance his studies. When his father died, he returned to Paris and was appointed Rabbi of Paris and Chief Rabbi of France. In 1394, when the Jews were again expelled from France, R'Yohanan was at the head of those who resettled in Italy. His wife was the daughter of R'Menashe Viza who was well placed in the court of the king of Poland. R'Yohanan died 9 Av 5189 . • He was the son of Matityahu Treves, aka R'Matityahu Haprovinci (Appx 1335 - 1385). He studied with his father and then with R'Peretz Hacohen and R'Nisim Girondi in Barcelona, Spain. After expulsion, pogroms and the black plague (subsided about 1350) few Jews remained in France, but in 1360 king Charles V invited the Jews to return and R'Matityahu was welcomed as Rabbi in Paris. He succeeded in uniting Jews of Northern and Southern France and established a major Yeshiva in Paris. ...

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1530
1530
Alsace?
1536
1536
Age 6
1550
1550
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Pošná, South Bohemia, Czech Republic
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1587
January 6, 1587
Age 57
Lublin
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