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The Jews of Luboml, Volhynia - Poland

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  • R' Shimon Wolf Auerbach (1550 - 1631)
    Gaon Rabbi Simon Wolf Auerbach, was Av Bet-Din in Polish communities, e.g. Turobin, Luboml, Lublin, Przemysl and Poznan (Posen).===From Jewishencyclopedia:Talmudist and rabbi of several large communiti...
  • Małka Ita GUTMAN (1886 - d.)
  • Harav Eliezer Rav of Luboml Margolios (1615 - 1656)
    The Gaon R. Eliezer Margaliyot - See Luboml: The Memorial Book of a Vanished Shtetl - Page 35.>>>>----------------------
  • Chaim Yona Fraenkel Teomim (1596 - 1669)
    Wikipedia: Jonah Teomim-Frankel . Rabbi Chaim Johnah THEOMIM (d. 16 April 1649) who was author of Kikayon de Jonah, edited in Amsterdam 1690 by his son Josua, second printing 1712 at Hanau, Germany. ...
  • Moshe Katzenellenbogen (1589 - c.1643)
    It is all mixed up here; some of his so called children were born 200 years later! R. ABD of Chelm/Pinczow

The town of Luboml situated in the Chelm - Belz district is one of the oldest Jewish settlements in Eastern Europe, and has a long history -- dating back to the 11th century -- of changing rule. The territory of Volyn′ first belonged to Kievan Rus', then Poland, then Lithuania, then Ukraine.

"Luboml: The Memorial Book of a Vanished Shtetl", in English, published in 1997, is now online - Click here

Luboml: My Heart Remembers - Documentary

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A Table of the Rabbis of Luboml (1556-1914)

(See page 39, Luboml; The Memorial Book of a Vanished Shtetl)

Years Serving Luboml Pulpit

  1. R. Hersh Yellin, 1556-1569/70
  2. R. Avrom Pollack, 1570-1577
  3. R. Shimon Auerbach, 1578-1579 רבי שמעון זאב אורבוך
  4. R. Yehuda Leyb ben Eliezer, 1580 (?)-1597
  5. R. Moshe Mess (Matt), 1597 - 1598
  6. R. Yoel Sirkis, The BaCh 1599 - 1604 רבי יואל סירקיס - הב"ח
  7. R. Moyshe, 1605 - 1617
  8. R. Gedalia ben R. Meyer, 1618 - 1630
  9. R. Shmuel Ish Horowitz, 1630 -1635
  10. R. Moshe Katzenellenbogen, 1636 - 1638 רבי משה קצנלנבוגן
  11. R. Jonah Teomim, 1639 - 1641/42 רבי יונה תאומים - קיקיון דיונה
  12. R. Moshe ben R. Yitzchak, 1643 - 1653
  13. R. Eliezer Margolious, 1658/59 - 1667 רבי אליעזר מרגליות
  14. R. Yakov ben R. Jonah Katz, 1668 - 1684
  15. R. Yakov ben Mordechai, also 1668 -1684
  16. R. Jonah HaLevi, 1685 (?) - 1690 (?)
  17. R. Yisroel Isser ben R. Meyer, 1691 - 1701 (?)
  18. R. Eliezer Laizer Mendeles, 1708 - 1719
  19. R. Issaschar Ber, 1720 - 1728
  20. R. Yosef ben R. Yisroel , 1730 - 1762/63
  21. R. Yitshak Isaac, 1765 -1781/82
  22. R. Jonah ben Yosef, 1782 - 1791
  23. R. Aron Yoel ben Dovid, also 1782 - 1791
  24. R. Yisroel Yonah Landau, 1821 - 1857
  25. R. Moshe Chaim, also 1821 - 1857
  26. R. Yehuda Arye Finkelstein, 1858 - 1915
  27. R. Arye Leybish HaCohen London, 1918 -1936
  28. R. Pinchas Oselka, 1918-1938
  29. R. Leybl Melamed the Dayyan, 1916 - 1942
  30. R. Alter Ben Tsiyon London, 1936 - 1942

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The Holy Martyrs from Luboml who Perished in the Holocaust

(See pages 375 - 393, Luboml; The Memorial Book of a Vanished Shtetl)

Fallen Soldiers of Luboml who Fought in the Yom Kippur War

(See pages 394 - 395, Luboml; The Memorial Book of a Vanished Shtetl)

Fighters on the Front and in the Forests

(See pages 316 - 353, Luboml; The Memorial Book of a Vanished Shtetl)