Saturday, May 5, 2007

Lag BaOmer Yahrzeits

Rebbi Shimon bar Yochai

R' Moshe ben R' Yisroel Iserles, the Rama, see Yitz's comment

R' Shlomo ben R' Moshe of Kishenev (1828) Talmid of the Rebbe, Reb Elimelech of Lizensk and the Rebbe, Reb Shmelke of Nikolsberg. He said he would help whoever mentions his name together with his mothers, R' Shlome ben Feiga

R' Shlomo ben R' Shlomo Amar (1872) -Shetilei Zeitim

R' Moshe Kohen Narol (1659), Rov of Metz and author of Sefer Kel Molei Rachamim

R' Uri Feivel HaLevi , wrote Sefer Mikdash Me'at

5 comments:

yitz said...

Hey Talmid,
You forgot a biggie:
Rav Moshe Isserles - The ReMA on the Shulchan Aruch (1520-1572). Born and died in Cracow, Poland. He composed glosses on those paragraphs of the Shulchan Aruch in which he differs from the author, stating the Halacha as it has been decided by the Ashkenazi authorities, which is binding on Ashkenazi Jews. Rema named his glosses Mappa...
People used to go to his Kever in Krakow on the yahrzeit & dance like in Meron!

A Talmid said...

Thanks. I was in such a rush to get to the Lag BaOmer festivities that I inadvertently left it off.

yitz said...

Thanks for correcting. The sefer "Dvar Yom b'Yomo" also notes that R. Yosef Karo's yahrzeit, 13 Nisan, always comes out on the same day of the week as Lag B'Omer - yahrzeit of the Rama!

A Talmid said...

Yitz-
Thanks for that last bit of info. I love that type of information. It's no coincidence that their yahrzeits are on the same day of the week. If you have more of this type of info in the future please let me know.

22shvat said...

There are still a lot of chasiddim traveling to the kever in Krakow for the yahrtzeit.