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Moshe Zeev Wolf Yavitz, A.B.D. Tykocin and Bialystock MP (b. - 1829)

R' Moses Zev Wolf Yawetz, Av Beit Din (A.B.D) Tykocin and Bialystok (died in 1829), author of Mar'ot HaTzov'ot (Grodno, 1810) and Agudat Azov (Bialystok, 1824). He was eulogized by R' Gershon ChenTov i...

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Nechama Unknown (deceased)

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Israel Meshullam Solomon MP (1723 - 1795)

Israel Meshullam Solomon (1723 – 1794) (born as Israel Meshullam Zalman Emden in Altona, Hamburg) was one of two rival Chief Rabbis of the United Kingdom and the rabbi of the Hambro' Synagogue. ...

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R' Meir Emden A.B.D. Constantin (1717 - 1798)

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Benjamin Emdin (deceased)

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Aryeh Leib Lowenstam, [Chacham Zvi son-in-law] MP (1690 - 1755)

Wikipedia: Aryeh Leib ben Saul Lowenstam (ca. 1690, Cracow – April 2, 1755, Amsterdam) was a Polish rabbi. Life Aryeh Leib came of a famous family of rabbis. His father Saul had been rabbi...

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Miriam Lowenstam, (d. #2) MP (c.1689 - 1753)

Miriam, the oldest daughter of Tzvi Ashkenazi

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Batya Tzivia Emden (Ashkenazi) MP (deceased)

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Sarah Emden/Ashkenazi (Niar) - MP (b. - 1743)

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Nathan Mamrat (deceased)

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Naftali Hirsch Landau MP (deceased)

NYPL(1977)

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Rachel Eisenstadt, (d. #3) MP (deceased)

Die Grabschriften des alten Judenfriedhofes in Eisenstadt- Dr. Bernhard Wachstein- page 78

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Moshe Ashkenazi, (s. #12) MP (deceased)

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Elyakim? Ashkenazi, (s. #14) MP (deceased)

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Miriam Halberstam MP (deceased)

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David Ashkenazi of Tarnogrod (deceased)

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Israel Meshulam Zalman Ashkenazi of Tarnogrod (b. - 1775)

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Moses Rokeach MP (1690 - 1753)

Chassidic Belz, Poland Ukraine video --------------------

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Leah Rokeach-Gelernter MP (c.1690 - 1785)

The Unbroken Chain (1990), Neil Rosenstein, pages 861-862

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Mrs. David Ashkenazi (deceased)

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David Ashkenazi, (son #9?) MP (b. - 1753)

Rabbi David Ashkenazi was the Av Beit Din of Novyy Yarychev, Ukraine, and an ancestor of The Divrei Chaim, Rabbi Chaim Halberstam's mother Miriam. He was son of Chacham Tzvi Ashkenazi.

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Breindel Ashkenazi MP (deceased)

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Nathan Ashkenazi, (s. #8?) MP (c.1718 - 1798)

David Deutsch adds:The date of birth does not seem correct. He was "son #8" which meant he was born two children after Rabbi Yaakov Israel Emden (who was born in 1697). Also, given that numerous other ...

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Isak Eisenstadt MP (b. - 1775)

Isaac [OR 10451], whom we have met in Eisenstadt in 1723 [cf. p. 65]. His father mentions him in Panim Meiroth III, No. 14, where we should perhaps read [5]496 [1735/36] instead of [5]476 [1715/16], an...

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Nechama Sarah Landau MP (c.1697 - d.)

Husband died before they had children and she never remarried

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Gnendel Dvora Mamrat-Hirschfeld-Oldenburg MP (c.1713 - c.1817)

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Avraham Meshullam Zalman Ashkenazi, (s. #11) MP (1718 - 1776)

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Ephraim Ashkenazi, (s. #4?) MP (c.1690 - d.)

David Deutsch adds: The year of birth had to have been about 1699. His next oldest sibling, Rabbi Yaakov Israel Emden was born in 1697, and he had numerous younger siblings after him.

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Rachel Emden (Ashkenazi), - MP (1700 - 1739)

dowry of 1000 Reichthalers

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Rabbi Yaakov Israel Emden - MP (1697 - 1776)

EMDEN, JACOB ISRAEL BEN TZVI ASHKENAZI. יעב"ץ By : Solomon Schechter M. SeligsohnGerman Talmudist and anti-Shabbethaian; born at Altona June 4, 1697; died there April 19, 17...

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Daughter of Chacham Zvi #1 Ashkenazi MP (c.1682 - c.1686)

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Sarah Rivka Ashkenazi (Mirels) [Chacham Zvi 2nd wife] MP (1670 - 1719)

Sarah MIRELS (b. 1670, d. 23 Jan. 1719) married (1696) Zvi Hirsh ASHKENAZI "Chaham Tzvi" (b. 1658/1660, d. 1 May 1718). She was the Grt.Grt.Grandmother of the "ADMOR of Sanz - the "Divrei Chaim". She...

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Chacham Tzvi Hirsh Ashkenazi MP (1658 - 1718)

Chacham Tzvi . . צבי הירש אשכנזי, חכם צבי Rabbi Tzvi Hirsch ben Ya...

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1st Mrs. Chacham Tzvi Ashkenazi MP (c.1662 - c.1686)

Shortly after Chacham Tzvi return from Constantinopole, he married the daughter of a prominent citizen of Alt-Ofen (Buda?, later Budapest) (ca. 1680). In 1686 Alt-Ofen was invaded by the Austrian arm...

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