• Dow Beer Philipsthal – he was a rabbi in Pniewy, and for the next twenty years in Międzychód. He died in Berlin.
  • Dawid Lesla Cohen – the author of the excerpts from Talmud and Midrash
  • Moses Aron Bach (1809-1879) – a rabbi in Raszków and Czerniejów; in 1845-1853 he worked as a rabbi in Mysłowice. In 1853-1859, he lived in Wrocław. In 1859-1879, he was a rabbi in Ostrzeszów. He died in Wrocław.
  • Izrael Levy (born in 1840 as a son of Nachum Levy). In 1864-1869, he studied in the Wrocław Rabbinical Seminary; in 1872-1883 – an associate professor in Berlin, and at the department of Jewish knowledge. Later, he was a rabbi in Wrocław.[1.1]
     
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  • [1.1] More: Abraham Heppner, Izaak Herzberg, Aus...., passim; Edmund Mikołajczak, Levy Juliusz (Julius) (1839-1901), [in:] Inowrocławski Słownik Biograficzny, ed. Edmund Mikołajczak, Inowrocław 1991, no. 1, p. 56-57; Edmund Mikołajczak, Levy Michał (Michael) (1807-1879), [in :] Inowrocławski Słownik Biograficzny, ed. Edmund Mikołajczak, Inowrocław 1991, no. 1, p. 58-59; Tomasz Łaszkiewicz, Elias Aron (born in 1875), [in:] Inowrocławski Słownik Biograficzny, ed. Edmund Mikołajczak, Inowrocław 1997, no. 3, p. 21.