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Rabbi Baruch Hanapolsky

June 22nd, 2009 · 3 Comments

Rabbi Baruch Hanapolsky

ברוך ב"ר פינחס

Rosh Yeshiva, Mishkan Israel of Philadelphia 

Date of Death: Tue. May 12, 1925 - Iyar 18 5685
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Cemetery:

Cemetery Details
8400 Lansdowne Avenue
Upper Darby, PA 19082
United States

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Notes: Upper Darby is located just West of Philadelphia.

Directions to Kever: Har Jehuda Cemetery is located in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania just west of Philidelphia. Location: Needed

Biographical Notes:

The Rav moved to Philadelphia in 1905 from Kyiv, Ukraine.


Credit: David Weider of  Williamsburg

Tags: Pennsylvania · Philadelphia, PA · Rosh Yeshiva

3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Mrs. Carol Raspler // Jun 27, 2009 at 5:14 pm

    My Grandfather was Harris (Hersch?) HANAPOLSKY of Bila Tserkov (Kiev Gubernia), Ukraine who settled in Philadelphia around 1888.
    I do not know of any relationship to the Rabbi of whom you write, however I am anxious to make contact with any Hanapolskys from the areas mentioned above.
    I happened on your site through Google Alert and would appreciate communicating with you as soon as possible. I will be at the International Jewish Genealogy Conference in Philadelphia at the beginning of August this summer, but would like to be in contact with you before then. Thank you for your consideration.
    Carol (Hana) Raspler

  • 2 Joan // Jun 27, 2009 at 9:33 pm

    Could the rabbi have come from Kiev? A relative of mine evidently traveled to NY and then Philadelphia with a Hanapolsky from Kiev, in 1890. Offhand I do not know the first name of that Hanapolsky, but I do have it in my records and can look it up (another day!) I do remember it was not Baruch!

  • 3 Avi Treistman // Sep 23, 2019 at 4:26 am

    I have a tree of the descendants of Rabbi Baruch from Philadelphia.

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