Vien (Rabbinical dynasty)

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Not to be confused with Vien (Hasidic community).

Vien (וויען) is a Rabbinical hasidic dynasty originating in present-day Vienna. The current rav of Vien is Rav Chaim Z. Hersh Zegelbaum of Brooklyn, New York, a descendant of Rav Menachem Mendel Stern (1759–1834)[1] of Sighet, author of Derech Emunah.

Lineage[edit]

  • Rabbi Yoseph Yisroel Zegelbaum (born 1915 in Hungary; died June 4, 1989 in Brooklyn);[2] son of Rabbi Yaakov Dovid Zegelbaum.[3] Rabbi Yoseph Yisroel was married to Rebbetzin Mindel;[4] daughter of Rabbi Yoseph Menachem Friedman[5] of Makova (a brother of Rabbi Yisroel Chaim Friedman (1852–1922) author of Likutei Mariach[6]). She died in Vienna in March 1945.
    • Rabbi Chaim Z. Hersh Zegelbaum of Brooklyn;[7] (eldest son of Rabbi Yoseph Yisroel); married to Rebbetzin Sarah, daughter of Rabbi Kalman Yehuda of Bnei Brak.
      • Rabbi Nussen Zegelbaum[8] (eldest son of Rabbi Chaim Z. Hersh); married to Rebbetzin Shprintza Mirl, daughter of Rabbi Peretz, Av Beit Din of Sulitza.
        • Rebbetzin Chana; daughter of Rabbi Nussen Zegelbaum.
        • Rebbetzin Rivka Meisels;[9] daughter of Rabbi Nussen Zegelbaum and wife of Rabbi Shlomo Yechezkel Meisels,[10] grandson of Rabbi Nusen Yosef Meisels.[11]
        • Rabbi Yoseph Yisroel Zegelbaum.
      • Rabbi Yakov Duvid Zegelbaum of Brooklyn.[12] son of Rabbi Chaim Z. Hersh and son-in-law of the Spinka Rebbe.
      • Rebbetzin Mindl Sheva; daughter of Rabbi Chaim Z. Hersh Zegelbaum.
      • Rabbi Menachem Ben-Zion Zegelbaum; son of Rabbi Chaim Z. Hersh.
      • Rebbetzin Sheindel Malkah; daughter of Rabbi Chaim Z. Hersh Zegelbaum.
      • Rabbi Meir Zegelbaum; son of Rabbi Chaim Z. Hersh.
    • Rabbi Shmiel Teitelbaum of Brooklyn;[13] son of Rabbi Aharon Teitelbaum and son-in-law of Rabbi Yoseph Yisroel Zegelbaum.
      • Rabbi Yakov Duvid Ben-Zion Teitelbaum of Brooklyn;[14] son of Rabbi Shmiel and son-in-law of Rabbi Yosef Chaim Moskowitz of Brooklyn,[15] grandson of Rabbi Shulem Moshkovitz of Shotz.
      • Rabbi Aryeh Leibish Teitelbaum of Brooklyn;[16] son of Rabbi Shmiel and son-in-law of Rabbi Yitzchok Luzer Moskowitz of Monsey, New York,[17] grandson of Rabbi Shulem Moshkovitz of Shotz.
    • Rabbi Moshe Pollak of Brooklyn;[18] son of the Rabbi of Landsberg and son-in-law of Rabbi Yoseph Yisroel Zegelbaum.
    • Rabbi Chananya Yom Tov Lipa Zegelbaum of Brooklyn;[19][20] son of Rabbi Yoseph Yisroel and son-in-law of Rabbi Raphael Silber, author of Marpe Lanefesh.[21]
      • Rabbi Yaakov Dovid Zegelbaum; son of Rabbi Chananya Yom Tov Lipa.
    • Rabbi Yaakov Dovid Ben-Zion Zegelbaum; son of Rabbi Yoseph Yisroel.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Matzav.com
  2. ^ Geni.com [1]
  3. ^ Geni.com
  4. ^ Geni.com
  5. ^ Geni.com
  6. ^ Geni.com
  7. ^ Yiddishtech.com
  8. ^ Geni.com
  9. ^ Geni.com
  10. ^ Geni.com
  11. ^ Geni.com
  12. ^ Yiddishtech.com
  13. ^ Yiddishtech.com
  14. ^ Yiddishtech.com
  15. ^ Yiddishtech.com
  16. ^ Yiddishtech.com
  17. ^ Yiddishtech.com
  18. ^ Yiddishtech.com
  19. ^ Yiddishtech.com
  20. ^ Geni.com
  21. ^ Hebrewbooks.org