Rabbi Mordechai Yosef Moshe of Sulitza (Yiddish: סוליצא; Sulița, Romania)
Rabbi Shulem Moshkovitz of Shotz – son of Rabbi Mordechai Yosef Moshe and son-in-law of his uncle, Rabbi Meir
Rabbi Meir of Shotz, Rabbi Yoel's successor.
He married Dinah Rubin, daughter of Rabbi Yitzchak Rubin of Brod, a descendant of the Ropshitz dynasty, and Eidel, daughter of Rabbi Shalom Rokeach of Belz. After Dinah died, Rabbi Meir married Vita. He had children from both marriages.
Rabbi Yaakov (Yankel) of Shotz.
Son of Rabbi Meir and one of his successors. He was the Rebbe of Shotz for a period of time before and after World War II before immigrating to Haifa, Israel. He married Pessl, the daughter of Rabbi Sinai Halberstam, the Rebbe of Zhmigrod. They had two children, Yekusiel Yehuda (Zalmen Leib) and Miriam Yehudis.
Rabbi Shulem Moshkovitz, the Shotzer Rebbe, was the son of Rabbi Mordechai Yosef Moshe above. He married Shlomtza, the daughter of his father's brother, Rabbi Meir, and his first wife, Dinah. He later moved to London, England. Rabbi Shalom left a will specifying that anyone who can come to his grave and ask for his help, as long as they better themselves in at least one way in exchange.
The Shotzer Rebbe wrote several volumes of Torah commentaries named Daas Sholom, which are arranged according to the order of Perek Shirah. He was known as a genius both in the revealed Torah and in Kabbalah, and lived a life style of holiness and simplicity.