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Rabbi Hanoch Henoch Bornstein [4th Sochatchover Rebbe] (b. - 1969)

עלה לארץ בערך בשנת תרצ"ה שימש ב&#...

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רבי דוד פלאם זצ"ל נפטר יב ניסן תשלא (1894 - 1971)

I wrote true facts about my grandfather זכר צדיק לברכה It was replaced by a list of garbage. Bad OCR and some sort of...

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Mahadura Batra משה מייזלס - בעל מהדורא בתרא MP (b. - 1668)

בעל ספר: מהדורא בתרא

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R' Solomon Zalman Meisels (b. - 1721)

ריינס בספר נאד של דמעות [ח"א, וי]...

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Meir Leibush Weiser - Malbim MP (1809 - 1879)

The Malbim : Leadership and Challenge - Bar-Ilan University It is generally believed that the name Malbim is an abbreviation of "Meir Leibush ben Yechiel Michel". According to a different opinion...

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Rabbi Yaacov Shor MP (b. - 1655)

The Unbroken Chain, by Dr. Neil Rosenstein - See Chapter Vl:B Jewish Gen - Pinkus Poland . . . There was also a Yeshiva in Ludmir headed by Rabbi Yom Tov Lipman Heller, the author of Tosfot Yom T...

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Salomon (Shlomo), HaRav Ganzfried MP (1804 - 1886)

Shlomo Ganzfried (or Salomo ben Joseph Ganzfried; Ungvar, 1804 – 30 July 1886, Ungvar) was an Orthodox rabbi and posek best known as author of the work of Halakha (Jewish law), the Kitzur Shulch...

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Harav Ya'akov Shamshon Shapira (deceased)

הרב יעקב שמשון שפירא – נישא למ&#x...

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Rabbi Avraham Mi'Slonim "Yesod HaAvodah" Weinberg MP (1804 - 1883)

Slonimer Rebbes Hassidic Dynasty Slonim is a Hasidic dynasty originating in the town of Slonim, which is now in Belarus. Today, there are two Slonimer Rebbes, both in Israel. One in Jerusalem and t...

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Rav Yaakov Weinberg MP (1923 - 1999)

Shmuel Yaakov Weinberg, known as Yaakov Weinberg (also Jacob S. Weinberg) (1923 - July 1, 1999) was an Orthodox rabbi, Talmudist and the rosh yeshiva ("dean/head") of Ner Israel Rabbinical College in B...

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הרב נח Weinberg MP (1930 - 2009)

Rabbi Noah Weinberg, founder of Aish HaTorah, dies By Ben Harris NEW YORK (JTA) -- Rabbi Noah Weinberg, the founder and dean of the sprawling global outreach operation Aish HaTorah, was being called ...

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R' Chaim Tzvi Teitelbaum, Sigheter Rebbe (1884 - 1926)

הרב חיים צבי (הרש) טייטלבוים (ה'ת...

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Menachem Mendel Doniach, Rabbi of Kapust, Y_E1b1b1a (1840 - 1920)

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Rav Shmuel Hachasid-MiSpeyer (1115 - 1180)

Samuel ben Kalonymus he-Hasid of Speyer (Hebrew: שמואל החסיד‎) was a Tosafist, liturgical poet, and philosopher of the 12th ...

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Rebbe Yisrael Perlow of Stolin, Admur of Karlin-Stolin MP (1868 - 1921)

אדמו ר רבי ישראל פרלוב מקארלי�...

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Rabbi Yochanan Perlow of Lutsk (1899 - 1956)

אחרי שארבעת האחים נספו בשואה, &#x...

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Dulcina of Worms (1196 - d.)

Dulcea of Worms , wife of Rabi Eleazar Rokeach. We learn out about her remarkable character and capabilities from an elegy her loving husband composed in the form of an alphabetic acrostic fashioned af...

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Yosef ibn Yahya HaZaken MP (1210 - 1264)

Reference: "Divrei ha-Yamim le-Bnei Yahya,( דברי הימים לבני יחייא )" , by E...

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Elazar Pilz "Shemen Rokeach" אלעזר שמן רוקח Löw MP (1758 - 1837)

Famous Rabbi, known for his book "Shemen Rokeach" plus 11 others. He taught 2,000 Yeshivah students, and many miracle stories about him exist. At age 10 he was called illui - a prodigy in talmudic le...

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Benyomin Loew Sha'are Torah MP (1775 - 1851)

אבד"ק קעלין מחבר שערי תורה Benjamin Wolf Lö...

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R' Nuchem Beren'yu MP (1844 - 1883)

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Shlomo Chaim ("Shlomenyu") Friedman, Rebbe of Sadigura MP (1887 - 1972)

הרב שלמה חיים פרידמן נולד א' סי&#...

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ADMOR Avrohom Yaakov Friedman (Abir Yaakov - 3rd Sadigerer Rebbe) MP (1884 - 1960)

נולד בשנת תרמ"ד בעיר סאדיגורה &#x...

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Kedushas Aharon, Sadigura Rebbe Aharon Friedman MP (1877 - 1912)

רבי אהרן פרידמן, ה"קדושת אהרן". ר...

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Reb Menachem Mendel Hager [Ahavat Shalom of Kosov]מנחם מנדל "אהבת שלום" מקוסוב MP (1768 - 1825)

The Haguer's Ancestors were Portuguese Jews who fled to Holland in 1492 when Ferdinand & Isabella expelled the Jews. After living at the Hague, Capital of the Netherlands, for many generations they wan...

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R' Chaim Hager of Kosow (1795 - 1854)

Kosover Rebbe, wrote Sefer Toras Chaim. He was the father of the first Viznitzer Rebbe.

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Rabbi Baruch Hager of Vizhnitz MP (c.1845 - 1892)

Boruch Hager Boruch Hager was born in 1845 and was named after Rabbi Boruch of Medzhybizh at the behest of his grandfather, Yisroel Friedman of Ruzhyn. In 1885, aged 40, he inherited the mantle of le...

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Rabbi Chaim רבי חיים הגר, האדמו"ר מאנטיניא Hager [of Ottynia ] (1863 - 1931)

) ראה אדמו"רים שנספו בשואה, עמ' 187-188 ---...

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Reb Moshe Hager of Shatz (Suceava) (1864 - 1926)

ר' משה נעשה אדמו"ר בשנת תרנ"ג בשו...

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Grand Rabbi Yitzchak Meir Heschel [of Kopitchnitz] MP (1861 - 1936)

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Rabbi Israel Shalom Yosef Heschel [of Mezhbizh] MP (1853 - 1911)

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Grand Rabbi Moshe Mordechai Heschel [of Warsaw-Novominsk] (1873 - 1918)

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Natan Neta Shapiro [Krakow] נתן נטע שפירא בעל מגלה עמוקות MP (1585 - 1633)

Spira, Natan Note ben Shelomoh , (1585–1633), rabbi, preacher, and kabbalist. Natan Note Spira (also Natan Nata Shapira) was born to a rabbinical family and was named after his grandfather, a ra...

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R' Shimon "Michtav Sofer" Shreiber - Sofer, - מכתב סופר רבי שמעון שרייבר-סופר MP (1820 - 1883)

Rabbi Shimon Sofer (1820–1883) (German: Simon Schreiber) was a prominent Orthodox Jewish Rabbi in the 19th century. He was Chief Rabbi of Kraków, Poland after serving as Chief Rabbi of Ma...

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Rabbi Avraham Shmuel Binyamin רבי אברהם שמואל בנימין Sofer/Schreiber סופר, "Ktav Sofer" / "ה"כתב סופר MP (1815 - 1871)

Chasam Sofer website Rabbi Avraham Shmuel Binyomin Sofer , (German: Abraham Samuel Benjamin Schreiber), also known by his main work Ksav Sofer (trans. Writ of the Scribe), (1815 - 1871), was one of...

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HaGaon Shlomo Carlebach MP (1845 - 1919)

The Carlebach Rabbinic Dynasty See Document section under Media tab for HaGaon Shlomo Carlebach's biography in English. "The World That Was Ashkenaz, By Rabbi Leib Scheinbaum pages 355 - 358 �...

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R' Phineas Maggid of Plotsk, The Plotsker Maggid (1747 - 1823)

Phineas Maggid of Plotsk, was born in 1747 and died in Vilna in 1823. He was known as the Plotsker Maggid, where he preached for some ten years. Later he settled in Vilna and authored Maggid Tzedek...

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Rabbi David Oppenheim of Prague MP (c.1664 - 1736)

David was Rabbi of Prague. His famous collection of books was acquired by the University of Oxford in 1830. David Oppenheim (1664–1736), chief rabbi of Prague; bibliophile. Oppenheim was born ...

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Rabbi Dr. Marcus (Meir) Lehmann MP (1831 - 1890)

German rabbi; born Dec. 29, 1831, at Verden, Hanover; died at Mayence April 14, 1890. After graduating from the gymnasium, he studied Hebrew at Halberstadt under Israel Hildesheimer. He then went to ...

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Moreinu R'Avraham Mordechai Alter (1815 - 1855)

Rebbes of Ger 1. Yitzchak Meir Alter (1798–1866) 2. Yehudah Aryeh Leib Alter (1847–1905) 3. Avraham Mordechai Alter (1866–1948) 4. Yisrael Alter (1895–1977) 5. Sim...

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R' Mordechai Zvi Schwartz (1883 - 1962)

Yiddishworld.com Hebrewbooks.com R' Mordechai Zvi Schwartz was Av Beit Din Tzik-Serde , Transylvania fro 1909 - 1914, and then of Congregation Yeri'im, London, England, later A.B.D. Hull, Engla...

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R' Zev Wolf Citron (1854 - 1927)

Zev Wolf Czitron תולדות אנשי ש"ם - אשר ראנד, ...

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Rabbi Shraga Zvi Tannebaum, ABD Mezocsat (Tchata) Borsod, Szendro (1825 - 1897)

Rabbi Shraga Zvi Tannenbaum, zt"l (1826-1897), Chahter (Mezcsát) Rav, and author of "Neta Soreik". Av Beit Din Mezocsat (Tchata) Borsod, born in Szendo and married the daughter of R'Abraham ...

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Rabbi Jacob Tannenbaum, (Nharei Afarsmon - Putnok) (1832 - 1897)

Rabbi Yaakov Tannenbaum, zt"l (1832-1896), Putnaker Rav and author of Nihari Afarsemon.

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Rabbi Chaim Yisroel Morgenstern (Pilover Rebbe) (1840 - 1905)

האדמו"ר ר' חיים ישראל מפילוב, בנ&...

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Yosef HaLevi Soloveitchik, Rav (deceased)

In 5533/1773,Rav Moshe became rav of Villiampol and the head of its community. When Rav Moshe was niftar, he was replaced by his son Rav Yosef, the son-in-law of Rav Chaim of Volozhin.

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Eliyahu Tzvi Tzvi Soloveitchik (1805 - 1881)

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Rabbi Samson ben Pesach Ostropoli - רבי שמשון מ'אוסטרופולי הי"ד (c.1600 - 1648)

Rabbi Samson ben Pesach Ostropoli - רבי שמשון מ'אוסטרופולי ה&...

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Rabbi Abraham / אברהם Zak (Zera Kodesh) / ז"ק MP (deceased)

הג"ר אברהם ז"ק אב"ד אוסטראה

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Rav Shmuel Shmelke Schmelke Zak (Zera Kodesh), שמואל ז"ק MP (c.1620 - 1687)

הג"ר שמואל שמעלקא ז"ק, אב"ד אוסטר...

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Rabbi Isaac Horowitz of Hamburg MP (1715 - 1767)

הרב המפורסם רבן של ישראל מו"ה ר' ...

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Rav Yaakov Yitzchak Ruderman MP (1901 - 1987)

the shemtovs are closely related to R' Ruderman, whose name is really futerfas, and R' Y Kaminetzky whose mother was a futerfas. Rabbi Yaakov Yitzchok Ruderman (1901- July 11, 1987) was a prominent T...

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Rabbi Shmuel Schotten (the Maharshashach & Kois Yeshuos) - רבי שמואל הכהן ה'מהרשש"ך וכוס ישועות (1644 - 1719)

רבי שמואל ב"ר יוסף הכהן שאטין מ...

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Rabbi Yisrael Friedman [2nd Husiatyner Rebbe] (1857 - 1948)

Husiatyn is the name of a Hasidic dynasty, whose founder was a scion of the Ruzhiner dynasty. Husiatyn is located in present-day Ukraine. Rabbi Mordechai Shraga Feivish Friedman, the youngest son of ...

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Shalom Yosef Friedman (Hustian) (deceased)

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Dovid Moshe Friedman of Chortkov (1828 - 1903)

דוד משה פרידמן (נ' 1826) הוא האדמו"ר ה&#...

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Rabbi Dov Ber Friedman of Liava (1822 - 1875)

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Harav Shalom Yosef Friedman (Sadigura Rebbe) MP (1812 - 1851)

Sholom Yosef of Chernovitz Sadigura is a Hasidic dynasty, one of the branches of the Ruzhiner dynasty. The dynasty began with Rabbi Avrohom Yaakov Friedman of Sadigura now located in Ukraine, who ...

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Rabbi Menahem Nahum Friedman, 1st Shtefanesht Rebbe (1823 - 1868)

After the death of Rabbi Yisroel Friedman of Ruzhin in 1851, his fourth son, Menachem Nuchem Friedman, born in 1823, settled in the town of Shtefanesht, Romania, and subsequently founded the Shtefanesh...

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R' Avrum Matityahu Friedman, 2nd Shtefanesht Rebbe MP (1846 - 1933)

Shtefanesht (Hasidic dynasty)  Rabbi Avraham Mattisyahu of Shtefanesht ( 1847-1933 ) considered to be one of the hidden tzaddikim of his generation. Biography After the death of R...

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R' Mordechai Dov מרדכי דב / Twerski טברסקי, Admur of Hornistopol MP (1839 - 1903)

Reb Motele's father was Reb Meshulam Zusha Aurebach, but since his mother died while Reb Motele was very young, he was raised in his grandfather's house, the Cherkase Zaida - Rabbi Yakov Yisrael Twersk...

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Rabbi Mordechai Gershon Katz MP (c.1486 - 1577)

ID: I62040 Name: Mordecai Gershon (Rabbi) KATZ 1 Sex: M Name: Gerson COHEN ZEDEK Name: Avrohom Gershon HaKohen KATZ Name: Mordecai Gershon KATZ Name: Mordechai Gershon KATZ Name: Mordechai Gerson KATZ ...

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Shem Tov Ha-Levi Hitzhari / שם-טוב הלוי MP (1035 - 1110)

Shem Tov Ha-Levi, one of the greatest Talmudic scholars in Provence, who claimed direct descent of the prophet Samuel, who according to Jewish tradition was a direct descendant of Yitzhar (hence the fa...

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Yitzchak Ha'Levi Hayizhari ben Reuben MP (1095 - 1170)

Birth year listed 1070 by one source. -------------------- Named after the City of his birth, Girondi. Was great in Torah learning and Piyut, and authored a Sefer on monetary laws. In "Sefer HaMaor...

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Me'or Vo'shomesh (1751 - 1823)

Rabbi Kalonymus Kalman Halevi Epstein (born Neustadt, Poland, circa 1753), known as The holy Maor Vashemesh, was a rabbi, preacher and writer. The youngest yet most celebrated of the students of Ra...

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Meir Segal הגאון מוה״ר מאיר סג׳׳ל (deceased)

הגאון מוה״ר יחיאל מיכל עפשטי...

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Rav Avraham HaLevi אברהם Epstein? עפשטין, [AB"D Horodne & Brisk] (b. - 1643)

Mentioned in Teshuvos Bach Hachadoshos in Siman 36,62,63 and 94.in Bais Efrayim Yora Deah 49?.in Tshuvos P'nei Yehoshua 1-9, in Geonei Basroei etc. It is highly unlikely that he was born in ca. 1607 ...

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R' Nesanal Fried/Katz - הרב נתנאל כ"ץ פריעד (בעל פני מבין)י (deceased)

לתולדות ר' נתנאל הכהן פריעד עם &#...

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Rabbi Shlomo Zalman Ullmann (1793 - 1863)

Served as Chief Rabbi of Mako (near Szeged) at a time of turbulent religious struggles in the community. ר' שלמה זלמן או&#...

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Rabbi Shneur Zalman Aaron Schneerson [The RAZA] הרז"א MP (1858 - 1908)

The RAZA - Rabbi Shneur Zalman Aaron Schneerson was the first son of Shmuel Schneersohn, the fourth Chabad Rebbe. He was born in Lubavitch, Belarus. After his father's death he refused to take over the...

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Shalom Shachna Altschuler [father Tzemach Tzedek] שלום שכנא אלטשולר MP (b. - 1800)

Son in-law of the Alter Rebbe (Founder of CHABAD) and father of the Tzemach Tzedek (3rd CHABAD Rebbe) -------------------- רבי שלום שכ...

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Rabbi Yerachmiel Tzvi Yehudah Rabinowicz of Biala-Peshischa (1923 - 2003)

רבי ירחמיאל צבי רבינוביץ, לאח�...

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Grand Rabbi Yechiel Yehoshua Rabinowicz, Biala Rebbe of Jerusalem (author of Chelkas Yehoshua and Seder HaYom) (1900 - 1981)

author of Chelkas Yehoshua and Seder HaYom. ---- רבי ירחמיאל צבי הותיר ...

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Grand Rabbi Nosson Dovid Rabinowicz (Biala Rebbe of London) MP (1900 - 1947)

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Rav Abraham Baruch Kahana Rapaport MP (c.1668 - 1746)

"Die Grabschriften des Alten Judenfriedhofes in Wien" Band II- by Dr. Bernhard Wachstein-pg. 319 -------------------- הג"מ אברהם ב^...

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Moshe Meir Katz Rapaport - Posek in Lvov, משה מאיר כ"ץ רפפורט MP (c.1640 - 1718)

ג"מ מאיר כ"ץ רפאפורט זצ"ל. פו"מ בל]...

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Chaim Issenheimer חיים איסנהיימר. אבי אימו של המהר"ל MP (c.1445 - d.)

Father of Mother of Maharal.--------------------Redundant profile!

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HACHAM Abdallah Somekh MP (1813 - 1889)

Hakham Abdulla Somekh was born the eldest of 8 brothers and 8 sisters. He was Chief Rabbi of Bagdad, and was held in high esteem from Europe to the Far East. He is considered to be the greatest Iraqi...

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Rabbi Baruch (Boruch'l) Ashkenazi [of Medzhibozh], רבי ברוך אשכנזי MP (1753 - 1811)

-------------------- Rabbi Boruch of Medzhybizh (1753-1811), was a grandson of the Baal Shem Tov. Reb Boruch (known in his childhood as Reb Boruch'l, a Yiddish diminutive, and subsequently as Reb B...

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Abu Hasdai Yitzhak ben Ezra ibn Shaprut MP (c.880 - c.975)

Hasdai (Abu Yusuf ben Yitzhak ben Ezra) ibn Shaprut (Hebrew: חסדאי אבן שפרוט) born about 915 at Jaén; d...

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Rabbi Moshe ben Eliezer Lippman Horowitz Jaffe MP (c.1495 - c.1520)

Moses b. Eliezer Jaffe born Poland end of fifteenths century, he was prominent as a rabbi: mentioned in the "Shalshelet ha-Kabbalah" manuscript in St. Petersburg. Jaffe Rabbinical Family Tree Mos...

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Solomon Judah Löb Rapoport (1790 - 1867)

ר' שלמה יהודה ליב הכהן רפפורט (ר&...

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Chaim Meir Zev Hakohen, Seelenfreund, Baal "SHAREI CHAIM" (b. - 1832)

ר' בק"ק ראטצפערטא ר' בק"ק נאדאיר]...

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Meir Abraham ben Todros HaLevi Abulafia, RaMaH MP (c.1170 - c.1244)

Abulafia (Arabic: أبو العافية‎, Abou l-Afiyya or Abu l-Afia, Hebrew: אבולעפי...

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Rabbi Meir ben Yehudah HaKohen HaZaken al-Khazari, Rabbi MP (deceased)

JEWISH KINGDOM OF KHAZARIA Khazaria accepted Judaism c.740CE [KHAJ341] King Nisi of Khazaria m. ? . [KHAJ351] King Aaron I of Khazaria m. ? *. . [KHAJ361] King Menahem of Khazaria m. . ...

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Yehudah ben Meir haKohen, Hazaken al-Khazari MP (c.930 - d.)

Radhanites The Radhanites (al-Rādhāniyya) were Jewish [Qaraite and Rabbinic] merchants believed to have originated in the ninth century in the region of Rādhān, a district...

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Rabbi Israel of Shklov ר' ישראל משקלוב ר' ישראל משקלוב, אשכנזי MP (1770 - 1839)

Yisroel ben Shmuel Ashkenazi of Shklov (ca. 1770–May 22, 1839) was a Talmudist, one of a group of Talmudical scholars of Shklov who were attracted to Vilna by Elijah Gaon (1720–97). He ga...

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Rabbi David Halberstam (#5) [Kr'Shanover Rav] דוד הלברשטם MP (1821 - 1894)

Rebbe David HALBERSTAM, the 5th son of the ADMOR of Sanz and the Kr'Shanover Rav, was the Rebbe of Kr'shanov (or Chrzanow in Polish), just a few short miles from the infamous Auschwitz death camp. Ausc...

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Rabbi Meir of Rothenburg ( the MaHaRaM ) MP (c.1215 - 1293)

ר' מאיר - המהרם מרוטנבורג Rabbi Meir of Rothenburg (the Mahara"m" ...

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Rabbi Yaakov Beirav MP (1474 - 1546)

Jacob Berab , Berav or Bei-Rav, (b. Moqueda, nr. Toledo, Castilian Spain, 1474 - d. Safed, Ottoman sanjak of Safed, April 3, 1546), was an influential rabbi and talmudist best known for his attempt to ...

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Yehuda Leib HaCohen Maimon (Fishman) יהודה לייב הכהן מימון MP (1875 - 1962)

Yehuda Leib Maimon Yehuda Leib Maimon (Hebrew: יהודה לייב מימון‎, born Yehuda Leib F...

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Rabbi Asher Anshel Jungreisz - רבי אשר אנטשל יונגערייז בעל מנוחת אשר MP (1806 - 1873)

See page 37, Shem Hagedolim Hasholaim L'Gedolei Hungariah, #203. Also Encyclopedia Judaica. - Rabbi of Csenger for 40 Years - Author of Menuchas Asher, published by his children posthumously (E...

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Rabbi Aharon Moshe Teomim / רבי אהרון משה תאומים MP (c.1550 - 1608)

רבי אהרון משה תאומים, פו"מ בפרא&#...

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Eleazar ben Yehudah of Worms (Rokeach) (c.1170 - c.1236)

Eleazar's mystical works are: (1) "Yir'at El," still extant in manuscript in the Vatican Library, containing mystical commentaries on Psalm lxvii., on the Menorah, and on Sefirat ha-'Omer. (2) "Sef...

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R' Chaim Meir Yechiel Schapiro (1789 - 1849)

רבי חיים מאיר יחיאל שפירא זצ"ל (&...

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Rebbe Elimelech Shapira (of Grodzisk) (1824 - 1892)

Rabbi Elimelech Szapira of Grodzhisk (1823 – 1892) was the leading Hasidic rebbe of his time in Poland. He was a chosid (follower) of the Rizhiner Rebbe. After the death of his father, the Sor...

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Rebbe Yisroel Shapira (of Grodzisk) (b. - 1942)

ראה: בית יעקב- לוין, פנחס יעקב הכ...

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Harav Moshe Biderman of Lebov (1776 - 1851)

The Lelover dynasty grew in Jerusalem, when Rabbi Dovid's son, Rabbi Moshe Biderman (1776-1851) moved there. Rabbi Moshe Biderman of Lelov was the son-in-law of Rabbi Yaakov Yitzchok, the Holy Jew of P...

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Rabbi Avraham Yoshua Freund - הרב אברהם יהושע פריינד ע"ה (1850 - 1932)

Was the rabbi of Nasud in Romania and an Admor (אדמו"ר)

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Rev Simeon Singer MP (1846 - 1906)

Simeon Singer (1846 – 1906) was a Jewish preacher, lecturer and public worker. He was born in London, and after a short stay at a Hungarian school, became a student at Jews' College, of which ...

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