Kevarim of Tzadikim in North America

Rabbi Avroham Betzalel Epstein

אברהם בצלאל ב"ר צבי יעקב

Chief Rabbi, Republic of Estonia

Date of Death: Thu. September 1, 1938 - Elul 5 5698

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Cemetery Details
1711 Sunset Avenue
Cincinnati , OH 45238
United States

Phone: 513-961-0178
Contact: David Hoguet


Cemetery Map:

Notes: Part of the Jewish Cemeteries of Greater Cincinnati Association located in the Price Hill section of Cincinnati.

Directions to Kever: Beth Tefyla Schachnus Cemetery is located in the Price Hill section of Cincinnati is part of the Jewish Cemeteries of Greater Cincinnati Association which maintains computerized records and will provide a detailed location map upon request. There are two entrances on Sunset that connect in the form of a “U”. The entrances are shared entrances to both the Montefiore Cemetery and the Beth Tefyla Schachnus Cemetery. Location: Section: 1, Row: 12, Grave Number: 12

Name Listed on Cemetery Database: Name on marker: Betsalel

Biographical Notes:

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Photo Caption: Rav Avroham Betzalel Epstein, Credit: Ryan Shell

Credit: Institute For Judaic Culture and History (IFJCAH)
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Photo Caption: The Rav’s brther-in-law, Rev Avroham Chaim Goodman d. 1931. He was married to the Rav’s sister Chaya Mushe and served as a shochet in Butler, PA. Credit: Ryan Shell

Bio Information:
Once in Cincinnati (1929), Rav Epstein  served at Congregation Bnai Yaakov which then merged with Agudas Israel (Golf Manor) in 1933. The Rav ran a Kashrus agencies which operated independently from Rav Eliezer Silver’s Va’ad Hoier.

Credit: Ryan Shell

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