Subject: Yosef David EISENSDADT ABD Mir
From: "rosinsky" <rosinskyb@...>
Since Philip Rosinsky has not been clear as to what is in my book, The
Unbroken Chain, nor which edition he refers I have to comment.
<<Hi I have some information about Y.D that is pretty unknown (doesn't
appear in Daat Kedoshim, Unbroken Chain nor in any other rabbinical
genealogy material). Y.D had a son Michael RABINOWITZ of Shereshew.>>
This is what is >from my book, except to note that the Gaon of Vilna link
is apparently in error.
G12.4. R. Michael (the oldest son), surnamed RABINOWICZ of Shereshovo, near
Pruzhany, died in 1846, owner of a tea business, in partnership with his
son-in-law WEISSBREM. He married 1) daughter of Israel ORNSTEIN and had
issue, one son, Moses RABINOWITZ, and 2) Liebe, daughter of Elchanan LEVIN
having further issue.
G13.1. Moses RABINOWICZ, married the daughter of Meir KALISYNER and his
wife, daughter of Moses, son of Elijah, the Gaon of Vilna.
If Philip implies that what he has about Chaim Zalman is new then I agree.
However he does not give us any source for the information, unless it is
recorded in the books written by Zeev Wolf. This remains to be seen.
<<This Michael had a few children in Brest-Litovsk one of them Chaim Zalman
RABINOWITZ. Chaim Zalman had a son Zeev Wolf RABINOWITZ who wrote two
books Shaarei Torat Eretz Yisrael on the Jerusalem Talmud and Shaarei
Torat Bavel on the Babylonian Talmud.>>
Dr. Neil Rosenstein
654 Westfield Ave.
Elizabeth, NJ 07208
On 2002-02-12, Neil Rosenstein <neil@...> wrote:
[...] If Philip implies that what he has about Chaim Zalman isHi Neil and all.
This information does come >from the book Shaarei Torat Eretz Israel,
p. 590. The author further mentions his father, grandfather, great
grandfather and even great-great grandfather in his commentaries.
This book is pretty rare, although it can be found at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem. I'd be glad to scan this page on the
computer, and send it personally to anyone who wants it. Further
information comes >from personal research, including research done
by a researcher in the Grodno archives.
I'd be glad to answer any further inquiries.
I have been looking for information on the Eisenstadt family >from the
Schedrin area of Belarus for some time . There was one child who was left behind
with a Zelman family that emigrated to Palestine either before or after WW I.
He visited the US (New York) once after Israel was established. He was known
as Yodel He did have family in Israel but I do not know any of the names. Is
there anyone in Israel or elsewhere that might have any information on this
Eisenstat Feyga Haimova from Shedrin asked passport for immigration in 1923
Eisenshtadt Shebshel Mendelev born 1910 from Minsk ask passport for Palestine in 1929