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Dvora Horodenker (Trachtenberg), [Breslaver 2nd wife] MP (deceased)

Rabbi Nachman's second wife, whose name is not known (or Dvorah), was the daughter of Rebbi Yechezkel Trachtenberg of Brody. The Rebbe carried on with a mysterious journey in 1807 even after his first ...

Feiga Horodenker (Ashkenazi), [the Prophetess] MP (c.1755 - 1801)

Feigi, Reb. Nachman of Breslov's mother, was born in Medzeboz to her parents, R. Yechiel Ashkenazi and Adil, the Baal Shem Tov's daughter. Feigi married R. Simcha in 1763. This match had been agreed ...

Reb Nachman Horodenker, of Breslav MP (1772 - 1810)

Breslav Hasidic Dynasty/group (also spelled Breslev) is a branch of Hasidic Judaism founded by Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (1772–1810), a great-grandson of the Baal Shem Tov, founder of Hasidism. Its adhe...

Rabbi Nachman Horodenker, [Breslaver Gd.Father] MP (c.1690 - 1772)

Ha'admor Rabbi Nachman of Horodenka Rabbi Nachman of Horodenka JewishGen Nachman of Horodenka Wikipedia Rabbi Nachman Horodenker (yartzeit, 2 Tammuz), was a leading and close disciple of the Ba...

Perel Horodenker, [Breslaver sister] MP (c.1775 - aft.1822)

Rabbi Nachman's sister, was the only daughter of Rabbi Simcha and Feiga. Perel was highly regarded by Rabbi Baruch and Rabbi Ephraim and she was the one who tried to restore peace when a dispute develo...

Sashia Horodenker (Ossatin), [Breslaver 1st wife] MP (c.1772 - 1807)

Sashia, Rabbi Nachman's first wife, was the daughter of Rabbi Ephraim of Ossatin. She was married to the Rebbe in 1785 and was mother to all his children. When her son, Shlomo Ephaim, died in 1806, S...

Rabbi Simcha Horodenker, [of Horodenka] MP (1750 - 1810)

After his mother died a month after his birth, Rabbi Simcha was taken into the Baal Shem Tov's home. Rabbi Simcha was cared for by the Baal Shem Tov's daughter, Adil. Under the watchful eye of the fo...

wife, Nachman Horodenker (Drovitcher) MP (b. - 1750)

She died in childbirth and here is the story (added by Yissochar Dov Berg): She was a very wealthy god fearing single women. She came to the Baal Shem Tov saying she wanted to marry one of his top st...

Yechiel Tzvi Horodenker, [Breslaver brother] MP (c.1771 - d.)

Rabbi Yechiel Zvi, the Rebbe's brother, was one of Rabbi Nachman's earliest and closest followers. He was most probably named after his mother's father, Rabbi Yehiel, and possibly after Rabbi Zvi, the ...

Horodenker (deceased)

Adil, Eidel (Udil) Averbuch (Horodenker), 1st Breslaver dau. (1787 - 1864)

Rabbi Nachman's first child, was born in Ossatin in 1787. She was named after the Rebbe's grandmother, the Baal Shem Tov's daughter. In 1800, Adil was married to Rabbi Yoske, the son of Rabbi Avraham...

Bat Chaim Horodenker (c.1720 - d.)

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Reb Chaim Horodenker (Katz) (c.1680 - d.)

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Chaya Horodenker (d. Yitzhak of Zhalkawa) (c.1695 - d.)

Chaya Lubarski-Zaslavski, 5th Breslover dau.. (1801 - c.1843)

Rabbi Nachman, the Breslover Rebbe's fifth child and fifth daughter, was born in 1801 while the Rebbe was living in Zlatipolia. Chaya was ten years old when her father died. Before his death, the Reb...

child Horodenker, 4th Breslaver dau. died infant (deceased)

Feiga Weinberg (Horodenker) (b. - c.1872)

Feige Horodenker, 6th Breslaver child (1803 - 1804)

Feiga, Rabbi Nachman's sixth child was named after his mother, who had died some two years earlier. For reasons unknown, Feiga was sent to Ladizin where she was cared for by a nurse. When she fell il...

Gitel Horowitz (Horodenker) (1897 - 1942)

Josef (Yoske) Dov Ber Averbuch, of Khmelnick (bef.1788 - 1809)

Avram Dov probably was a student of the Breslaver Rebbe, Nachman Horodender, who was Hodl's father. Nachman did not believe in hereditary rabbis otherwise Avram Dov might have taken the title "Rebbe" a...

Miriam Feiga Leason/Pollard (Horodenker) (1790 - d.)

Miriam was the eldest daughter of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov who married in 1804 to the grandson of Rabbi Leibush Segal (some accounts list him as his father). She settled with her husband in the Holy La...

Miriam Feiga Segal (Horodenker), 3rd Breslaver dau. (1789 - 1822)

Miriam, the Rebbe's third daughter, was about seven years old when Rabbi Nachman arranged a marriage agreement for her. She never did marry the grandson of Menachem Mendel of Vitebsk who died very youn...

Sarah (Sorke) Dubrovner (Horodenker), 2nd Breslaver dau. (1788 - 1832)

Sarah, Rabbi Nachman's second daughter, was born after the Rebbe had taken up residence in Medvedevka. Sorke, as she was known, was the first of the Rebbe's daughters to become engaged. Rabbi Leib Du...

Shimshon Chaim Horodenker (Horendenker) (c.1713 - d.)

Shlomo Horodenker (deceased)

Shlomo Efraim Breslaver (Horodenker), 7th Breslaver child (c.1805 - c.1806)

Shlomo Ephraim, Rabbi Nachman's first son, was born around 1805. At the bris, the Rebbe himself served as sandek and mohel. Sometime during the first year of his life, Shlomo Ephraim contacted tuberc...

Sima Schochoir (Horodenker) (deceased)

Simcha Horodenker (deceased)

Yaakov Breslaver (Horodenker), 8th Breslaver child (1806 - 1807)

Yaakov, the Rebbe's eighth and last child, was born about half a year after his brother, Shlomo Ephraim had died. His bris milah took place right before Hanukkah 1807. He died not long afterwards. ==...

Itzik Horodenker (deceased)