R' Aron FRID FRIED Rabbi of Boszormeny Hungary

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Aron Fried, Rabbi of Boszormeny Hungary

Hebrew: Aron אהרן Fried, Rabbi of Boszormeny Hungary
Birthdate:
Birthplace: BOSZORMENY, Hungary
Death: Died
Immediate Family:

Son of Marton Elimelech Fried
Husband of Yente (Jente) Fried
Father of Rosalia Razele Reitze Rachel Klein; 2. ADOLF FRID / FRIED b.c1837 FRID; 3. LAZAR FRID / FRIED b. c1839-1840 Elozor FRID / FRIED; 4. PEPI FRID / FRIED b.c1841 FRID; 5. HANI FRIED / FRIED b.c1843 FRID and 2 others

Occupation: לפי עץ משפחת הורוויץ
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About R' Aron FRID FRIED Rabbi of Boszormeny Hungary

Studied under the CHATAM SOFER, R' SZOFER MOZES, Chief Rabbi of Pozsony (Bratislava) and Ha'Gaon ELAZAR LEV, the SHEMEN ROKEACH, one of whose daughters he married.

Born in Boszormeny, he became the Rabbi of Boszormeny.

His second son, who was born after Elazar Lev's death, was named after him

(Lazar / Eleazar).

Around 1854 or earlier R' Aron moved to Debrecen (second largest city of Hungary after Budapest), was settled there in 1856, in later years returned to Boszormeny.

After R' Aron's death his son Eleazar in 1904 published his writings,

which in Hungarian is recorded as "Omer Lecijon es Zekan Aharon".

(His marriage was either in 1833 or 1834, unfortunately this system does not make provision for multiple or alternative dates.)

-------------------- Birthplace : Boszormeny, Hungary (Austro-Hungary)

Studied under the CHATAM SOFER, R' SZOFER MOZES, Chief Rabbi of Pozsony (Bratislava) and Ha'Gaon ELAZAR LEV, the SHEMEN ROKEACH, one of whose daughters he married.

Born in Boszormeny, he became the Rabbi of Boszormeny.

His second son, who was born after Elazar Lev's death, was named after him

(Lazar / Eleazar).

Around 1854 or earlier R' Aron moved to Debrecen (second largest city of Hungary after Budapest), was settled there in 1856, in later years returned to Boszormeny.

After R' Aron's death his son Eleazar in 1904 published his writings,

which in Hungarian is recorded as "Omer Lecijon es Zekan Aharon".

(His marriage was either in 1833 or 1834, unfortunately this system does not make provision for multiple or alternative dates.)

-------------------- Rabbi in Bozormeny. Publisher of many works.

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