R' Joel Heilprin, Baal Shem Tov of Zamosc, the elder

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R' Joel Heilprin, Baal Shem I, ABD Ostrog, Lvov

Hebrew: יואל היילפרין, בעל שם טוב
Also Known As: "Joel Halpern", "Baal Shem Tov I [of Ostroh]"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Volhynia gubernia, Ukraine
Death: September 23, 1712 (72-81)
Ostroh, Rivne, Ukraine
Immediate Family:

Son of R' Isaac Halpern, A.B.D. Tykocin and Bela Halevi Heilperin
Husband of Bat Shimshon Heilprin
Father of R' Uri Heilprin; R' Mordechai Heilprin; Menucha Katz; Moshe Efraim Heilprin; Wife of R' Nathan ? and 3 others
Brother of Rabbi Eliezer Lippman Heilprin, A.B.D. of Tarnogrod and David ben Isaac Heilprin
Half brother of Mordechai Ben Isaac Heilprin

Occupation: אבד"ק לוצק ואוסטראה
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About R' Joel Heilprin, Baal Shem Tov of Zamosc, the elder

HEILPRIN, JOEL BEN ISAAC:

Polish Ḥasidic rabbi; lived at Ostrog in the middle of the seventeenth century. He was known as "Ba'al Shem I.," and, owing to his Talmudic and cabalistic learning, enjoyed a great reputation among his contemporaries, who called him "a man of God."

In the cabalistic "Toledot Adam" (Zolkiev, 1720) it is recorded that in 1648 he miraculously saved some Jews who, pursued by enemies, had taken refuge in a ship.

Some of his writings were printed in the cabalistic "Mif'alot Elohim" (Zolkiev, 1724). See Ba'al Shem.

Bibliography: Fuenn, Keneset Yisrael, pp. 432-43

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From the JewishEncyclopedia.com:

Joel b. Isaac Heilprin (Ba'al Shem I.) of Ostrog, Volhynia (1648-49)

Polish Ḥasidic rabbi; lived at Ostrog in the middle of the seventeenth century.

He was known as "Ba'al Shem I.," and, owing to his Talmudic and cabalistic learning, enjoyed a great reputation among his contemporaries, who called him "a man of God."

In the cabalistic "Toledot Adam" (Zolkiev, 1720), it is recorded that in 1648 he miraculously saved some Jews who, pursued by enemies, had taken refuge in a ship.

Some of his writings were printed in the cabalistic "Mif'alot Elohim" (Zolkiev, 1724). See Ba'al Shem.

Bibliography: Fuenn, Keneset Israel, pp. 432-43

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