Kevarim of Tzadikim in North America

Rabbi Avroham Naftali Gallant

אברהם נפתלי ב"ר ישראל יצחק

Rav, Congregation Beth Abraham, Bronx, NY

Date of Death: Sun. February 23, 1936 - Shevat 30 5696

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Cemetery Details
59-63 54th Avenue
Maspeth, NY 11378
United States

Phone: 718-335-2500


Cemetery Map:

Notes: The cemetery is quite large and can be difficult to navigate, a detailed map from the office can be extremely helpful. Check cemetery website for office and gate hours. A $20 deposit is required for a Mausoleum key.

Directions to Kever: Mount Zion Cemetery in Queens maintains computerized records and will provide a detailed location map upon request. Society: BETH AVROHOM, Path: 28R, Gate: 12, Grave Number: 0033

Name Listed on Cemetery Database: GALLANT, ABRAHAM

Biographical Notes:

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Photo Caption: Rabbi Avroham Naftali Gallant, Credit: IFJCAH
Gallant Avroham Pic Title Page
Credit: Institute For Judaic Culture and History

Credit: Institute For Judaic Culture and History

Gallant Avroham Fly Page
Credit: Institute For Judaic Culture and History

Bio Information: 
The Rav a prominent member of the Agudas Harabonim, president of the Board of Orthodox Rabbis of New York, and a delegate to the American Jewish Congress wrote many seforim among them Chazyonos Avroham. Born in Zakroczym, Poland and ordained by Rav Yonah Zlotnick of Plock, Poland he served as a rabbi in his native town before immigrating to America in 1906. Interestingly, Rav Gallant considered the mass immigration to America to be a temporary sojourn and he anticipated that Jews would eventually return to Eastern Europe. Many of his sermons criticize Reform Judaism and deviations by immigrants from Orthodoxy.

This kever was originally discovered by Farshlufen.

Credit: Asher Lowy, Brooklyn, NY

Credit: Asher Lowy, Brooklyn, NY

Credit: Asher Lowy, Brooklyn, NY

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