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CHABAD ADMORS [Schneerson] dynasty & family members

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  • הרב Judah Leib ben Ya'akov Kholi Slonim (1832 - 1893)
    Family book of Rabbi from Ladi, ref #76 חב"דפדיה Family book of Rabbi from Ladi, ref #76
  • Rabbi Schneur Zalman Mordechai Schneerson (b. - 1866)
    הגאון החסיד מוה"ר מרדכי שניאור זלמן שניאורסאהן, הוא בנו של אדמו"ר מוהריי"צ מאוורוטש, באדמו"ר ה"צמח צדק", וחיבר גם קונטרס שם הגדולים, שהם מראי מקומות וציונים לסדר נט"י לסעודה וסדר ברכות .הנהנין, וגם הער...
  • Zelda Mishkovsky (Schneerson) (1914 - 1984)
    זלדה-ויקיפדיה Zelda (poet) Zelda Schneersohn Mishkovsky (June 20, 1914-April 30, 1984), (Hebrew: זלדה שניאורסון-מישקובסקי‎) widely known as Zelda, was an Israeli poet. She received three awards for her...
  • Menachem Mendel HaCohen Horenstein, הי״ד (1905 - 1942)
    Rabbi Menachem Mendel was the son of Rabbi Moshe Horenstein and Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka (daughter of the Rebbe Maharash). In 5692 (1932), he married Rebbetzin Sheina, the youngest daughter of the Rebbe,...
  • Rabbi Mordechai Schneerson, ABD of Vitebsk (c.1835 - 1907)

Chabad-Lubavitch is one of the world's larger and best-known Hasidic movements in Orthodox Judaism. it is based in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, New York. The name "Chabad" is a Hebrew acronym for "Wisdom, Understanding, and Knowledge".

The project covers the seven Chabad Admors (Hebrew for: Our Master, Teacher and Rabbi) and their family members. Their genealogy goes back to the Maharal of Prague, Rashi and King David of Israel.

Chabad was founded in the late 18th century by Shneur Zalman of Liadi. The Lubavitch branch takes its name from Lyubavichi, the Russian (now Belarus) town where the group was based until the early 20th century.

Chabad maintains institutions in around 950 cities around the world, and in the early 21st century there were an estimated 3,300 Chabad institutions around the world in 75 countries, providing outreach and educational activities for Jews through Jewish community centers, synagogues, schools and camps.

The goal of this project is to cleanup (merge and correct) these branches of the big tree, and to encourage managers of private profiles on these branches to go public.

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CHABAD ADMORS - האדמורים מבית חב"ד