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R' Meshulam Zalman HaLevi Mirels (Mirels Neumark [of Altona] (Mirls)), A.B.D. Hamburg

Hebrew: הרב משולם זלמן מירלס-נוימרק (מירלש), אב"ד האמבורג
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Vienna, Vienna, Austria
Death: November 28, 1706 (82-83)
Altona, Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
Place of Burial: Königstrasse 10a, Hamburg, 22767, Germany
Immediate Family:

Son of R' David Jacob Kopel Neumark Mirels-Fraenkel, A.B.D. Vienna and Rachel Heller Frankel-Mirele (Heller Wallerstein)
Husband of Genendel Fraenkel-Mirels-Neumark and Miriam Neumark
Father of Rabbi Aron Mirels of London; Sarah Rivka Ashkenazi (Mirels) [Chacham Zvi 2nd wife]; לא ידוע Guenzberg; Baer Mirels; Pesla Popers and 4 others
Brother of Pessel Mirel Neumark Ries; Esther Mirels Ulmo; R' Benjamin Wolf Fraenkel-Mirels-Neumark, of Berlin; Abraham HaLevi Neumark Mirels Fraenkel; Perla Pfersee and 2 others

Occupation: Chief Rabbi of Altona-Hamburg-Wandsbeck, Av Beit Din of the Communities
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About R' Meshulam Zalman HaLevi Mirels, A.B.D. Hamburg

Here is a scholarly online edition of his tombstone inscription with notes and photographs: http://www.steinheim-institut.de/cgi-bin/epidat?function=Ins&sel=hha&inv=3268

Which source says his grave is nr. 871?

Rabbi Meshulam Zalman I MIRELS was Rabbi of Hamburg. He had twenty-five children, was father-in-law of the Gaon Chacham Tzvi, and lived to see 400 descendants. A leader and a wealthy man in Berlin, from whom descended the Gaon Korban Adoh


ABD (Chief Rabbi) Hamburg-Altona-Wandsbeck

Alt. Meshullam Zalman Mireles of Altona Neumark

1913-1996- Eger Family Association- pg. 3


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MIRELS, MESHULLAM ZALMAN BEN DAVID (NEUMARK):

   

By: Gotthard Deutsch, S. Mannheimer

German rabbi; born about 1620 at Vienna; died Nov. 28, 1706, at Altona. When, in 1670, the Jews were expelled from Vienna, he and his son Zeeb Wolf and other members of the Mirels family emigrated to Berlin. A few years later (1678) Mirels was elected chief rabbi ("ab bet din") of the communities Altona, Hamburg, and Wandsbeck, which position he held until his death. He was the father of a large family, ramified through Poland and Lithuania, and lived to see the fifth generation. His daughter Sarah was the wife of Ẓebi Ashkenazi (Ḥakam Ẓebi) and the mother of Jacob Emden.

One responsum written by Mirels is found in the collection "Eben ha-Shoham." See also Jew. Encyc. i. 474, s. v. Altona.

Bibliography: Jacob Emden, Megillat Sefer, ed. Kahana, pp. 10, 13, Warsaw, 1888; Dembitzer, Kelilat Yofi, i., 8a, 91b, 92a, Cracow, 1888; Fuenn, Keneset Yisrael, p. 328. http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/articles/10871-mirels-meshullam-zalman-ben-david-neumark


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@R-1682440388@ Ancestry Family Trees Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com. Original data: Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members. Ancestry Family Tree http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/AMTCitationRedir.aspx?tid=51839233&pid=528

Grave inscription in Altona

פ״נ‏‎

‎‏משלם מעלות ׃ זקן תפס ישיבה

‎‏שלוש קהלות ׃ לשפט נחת שובה

‎‏לענו מחלות ׃ מעשו שמן תורק

‎‏מכתר תהלות ׃ נר ישראל הכבה

‎‏חריף לגלות ׃ זנגבלא רטיבה

‎‏ענו ה׳ במלות ׃ משפחת ניימרק

‎‏הגאון מופת הדור אב״ד ור״מ‏‎

‎‏מוהר״ר משלם זלמן ב׳ מוהר״ר‏‎

‎‏יעקב דוד קאפיל ז״ל נפטר‏‎

‎‏ונקבר יום א׳ ך״ב כסליו תס״ז‏‎

‎‏ל״ק‏‎

‎‏תנצב״ה‏‎

German Translation

Hier ist begraben

‎‏ein Vollkommener an Vorzügen, betagter Leiter des Lehrhauses

‏‎der Drei Gemeinden, zu richten bei ruhiger Besinnung.

‎‏Demütig erlitt er die Krankheiten, sein Wirken war ›köstliches Öl‹,

‏‎gekrönt von Lobpreisungen, eine erlöschende Leuchte Israels,

‎‏scharfsinnig beim Entdecken, ›feuchtem Ingwer‹ gleich,

‎‏demutsvoll mit Worten vor dem Ewigen, (aus) der Familie Neumark , ‎‏der überragende Gelehrte, Vorbild des Zeitalters, Vorsitzender der Gerichtsbarkeit und Lehrhausleiter

‎‏unser Lehrer und Meister, Herr Meschullam Salman, Sohn unseres Lehrers und Meisters,

Herrn ‎‏ ‏‎Jaakow David Koppel, sein Andenken zum Segen, verschieden

‎‏‏‎und begraben Tag 1, 22. Kislev 467

‎‏der Zählung.

‎‏‏‎Seine Seele sei eingebunden in das Bündel des Lebens

English Translation: (Acrostic reads Meshulam Zalman)

Here is buried

Perfect in virtues, Elderly head of the Yeshiva

The three communities, to judge with calm contemplation.

He humbly suffered diseases, his works were "delicious oil,"

Crowned with praises, a dying light of Israel,

Sharp in discovery, "moist ginger”

Humble with words before the Eternal, (from) the family Neumark,

The Outstanding Scholar, Exemplary of the generation, Chairman of the beth Din and Head of the Yeshiva

Our teacher and master, Meschullam Salman, son of our teacher and master,

Jaakow David Koppel, of blessed memory, departed

And buried, Sunday, 22nd Kislev 467

Of the small count.

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R' Meshulam Zalman HaLevi Mirels, A.B.D. Hamburg's Timeline

1623
1623
Vienna, Vienna, Austria
1644
1644
1650
1650
1660
1660
London, England
1670
1670
London, London, London, England
1706
November 28, 1706
Age 83
Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
November 28, 1706
Age 83
Hamburg, Germany
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Berlin
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