Zvi Hirsch Heller, Kahana
Hebrew: צבי הירש העלר, Kahana
|Death:||Died in Hungary|
Son of Aryeh Leib Heller, Kahana and Sara?? Unknown Heller
|Managed by:||Randy Schoenberg|
About Zvi Hirsch Heller, Kahana
Rabbi Zvi Hirsch Heller was exhumed after World War II from Obuda, where he died in 1834, and reburied in the Orthodox cemetery in Pest, in the Rabbinical section of the cemetery.
Sefer Masat Binyamin – Metz, 1776 – Signature of Rabbi Tzvi Hirsch Charif Author of "Tiv Gittin" Sefer Masat Binyamin, responsa, by Rabbi Binyamin Aharon Solnik. Metz, . Signature on title page of book: “Tzvi Hirsch Heller” – Signature of the Ga’on Rabbi Tzvi Hirsch Heller (1776-1835, Encyclopedia of Scholars of Galicia, II, 665-671) known as “Rabbi Hirsch Charif” after his genius and acuteness [Charif]. Rabbi in Brigidau, Galicia and later on famous Rosh Yeshiva in Brody. Was forced to flee the city due to an informing; arrived in Hungary and served in the rabbinate of communities of Bonyhad, Ungvar and Oven-Yashan. Was rabbi of great disciples, including Rebbe Rabbi Tzvi Hirsch of Liska and the Ga’on Rabbi Shlomo Ganzfried author of "Kitzur Shulchan Aruch". Author of "Chiddushei Tiv Gittin" and additional compositions. , 91 leaves. 18 cm. Good condition, stains. Ownership notations and stamps. Left-upper corner of title page cut off. https://www.kedem-auctions.com/content/sefer-masat-binyamin-%E2%80%93-metz-1776-%E2%80%93-signature-rabbi-tzvi-hirsch-charif-author-tiv-gittin