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Rabbi Moshe Biderman (Biedermann), Admor of Lelov

Hebrew: אדמו"ר משה בידרמן, מלעלוב
Also Known As: "Moshele"
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Birthplace: Lelów, częstochowski, Silesian Voivodeship, Poland
Death: December 18, 1851 (70-79)
Jerusalem, Israel
Place of Burial: Jerusalem, Israel
Immediate Family:

Son of Grand Rabbi Dovid Biderman, The Lelover Rebbe and Chana Biderman
Husband of Rywka Rochel Rachel Biderman
Father of Breindel Frayman; Shlomo Yechiel Biderman; Rabbi Yitzchok Dovid Biderman; Sura Bajla Biderman; Grand Rabbi Eleazar Mendel Biderman of Lelov and 4 others
Brother of R' Nechemia Biderman; Laja Krakowska; Avigdor Biderman and Leib Biderman

Managed by: Kevin Lawrence Hanit
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About Rabbi Moshe Biderman, Admor of Lelov

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 Peshischa. Today there are several Lelover Rebbes, in Bnei Brak, Jerusalem, and New York.


Reb Moshe Biderman of Lelov was considered one of the greatest rebbes in Poland. He went to Yerushalayim and lived there for 72 days. He is buried near Zecharyah Hanavi on Har Hazeisim.



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 Peshischa. Today there are several Lelover Rebbes, in Bnei Brak, Jerusalem, and New York.

Reb Moshe Biderman of Lelov was considered one of the greatest rebbes in Poland. He went to Yerushalayim and lived there for 72 days. He is buried near Zecharyah Hanavi on Har Hazeisim.


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About אדמו"ר משה בידרמן, מלעלוב (עברית)

בנו של רבי דוד, רבי משה בידרמן, היה חתנו של היהודי הקדוש מפשיסחה והוא מילא את מקום אביו באדמ"ורות. לעת זקנותו, בערב ראש חודש חשוון ה'תרי"א, עלה לארץ ישראל יחד עם בניו ונכדיו, התיישב בירושלים ובה נפטר לאחר כחודשיים וחצי, בי"ג בטבת ה'תרי"א.

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Rabbi Moshe Biderman, Admor of Lelov's Timeline

1776
1776
Lelów, częstochowski, Silesian Voivodeship, Poland
1805
1805
Lelów, częstochowski, Silesian Voivodeship, Poland
1812
1812
Lelów, Silesia, Poland
1815
1815
1815
1818
1818
1827
1827
Przedbórz, łódzkie, Polska
1833
1833
1851
December 18, 1851
Age 75
Jerusalem, Israel