The following people came from Leszno:

  • Aron Jehuda, a rabbi in London,
  • Chajim Auerbach, a rabbi in Łęczyca,
  • Menachem Auerbach, a rabbi in Ostrów Wielkopolski,
  • Zebi Hirsch Auerbach, a rabbi in Konin,
  • Eleasar Hirsch, a rabbi in Kutno,
  • David Hirsch, a rabbi in Bojanów,
  • Salomon Eger, a rabbi in Kalisz and in Poznań,
  • Elieser Leiser, a rabbi in Kalisz,
  • Mosche Beilschenfeld, a rabbi in Zaniemyśl and in Rogoźno,
  • Israel Mosche, a rabbi in Kórnik,
  • Josef Zebi Hirsch Janow, a rabbi in Poznań,
  • Professor Saul Isaak Kämpf PhD, a scientist at Prague University, a specialist in Semitic languages,
  • David Landau, a rabbi in Złotów and in Drezno,
  • Noa Simon, a rabbi in Bojanów,
  • Dob Joel Sachs, a rabbi in Łabiszyn,
  • Josef David Holleschauer, a dajan in Ostrów Wielkopolski,
  • Benjamin Rippner PhD, a rabbi in Głogów,
  • Leo Baeck PhD, a rabbi in Opole and in Düsseldorf,
  • Ludwig Golinski PhD, a rabbi in Pilzno,
  • Eduard Wolff, the chairman of the town council in Leszno,
  • Jakob Gottstein MD PhD, a doctor – laryngologist, a lecturer at Wroclaw University[1.1]
     
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Footnotes
  • [1.1] A.Heppner, I. Herzberg, Aus Vergangenheit und Gegenwart der Juden und der jüdischen Gemeinden in den Posener Landen, Koschmin-Bromberg 1909, pp. 609 - 612