Rabbi Abraham Samuel Bacharach

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Rabbi Abraham Samuel Bacharach, Rabbi

Birthdate:
Birthplace: drachen, germany (Germany)
Death: May 26, 1615 (51-60)
Gernsheim, Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany
Place of Burial: Alsbach, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
Immediate Family:

Son of Isaac Bacharach, zu Lauchheim and Brendel? Bacharach
Husband of Chava Eva Bacharach
Father of Rabbi Moses Samson Bacharach; Sarah Ginzburg; Hinde Darschau; Perel Bachrach; Teltzl Lowotitz and 1 other
Brother of Mendle Bacherach aus Lauchheim zum Knoblauch ben Jitschak
Half brother of Bachrach Mendlen ben-Isaac

Occupation: Rabbi, Rabbi of Worms
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About Rabbi Abraham Samuel Bacharach

Abraham Samuel Bacharach was a Rabbi, born about 1575; died in Gernsheim, Grand Duchy of Hesse, May 26, 1615. He seems to have come from the city of Worms, but is first met with at Prague, where, in 1600, he married Eva, the granddaughter of the chief rabbi of Prague, Judah Loew ben Bezalel. He was rabbi in Turbin, Kolin (Bohemia), and in Pohrlitz (Moravia); and was subsequently called to the ministry of the very important congregation of Worms. One of the frequent riots against the Jews, instigated by the guilds, caused him to flee from the city. He died during exile, and was buried in Alsbach. Bacharach was respected for his learning and piety. He took a firm stand against the rabbis of Frankfurt, who arrogated to themselves preeminence over all the other rabbis of Germany. A few of his responsa were published by his grandson, Jair Ḥayyim, in the collected "Ḥut ha-Shani" (Frankfurt-am-Main, 1679). Bacharach was the author of an essay on the Jewish calendar, a number of apologetic works against Christianity, liturgical poems, and casuistic treatises. Some of his works are still extant in manuscript.

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Rabbi Abraham Samuel Bacharach's Timeline

1559
1559
drachen, germany
1605
1605
- 1615
Age 46
Rabbi of Worms
1607
1607
South Moravia, Czech Republic
1608
1608
1610
1610
Worms, Rheinland Pfalz, Germany
1612
1612
1614
1614
Worms, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
1615
May 26, 1615
Age 56
Gernsheim, Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany
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