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Rabbi Noach Leib Alpert

September 29th, 2009 · 8 Comments

Rabbi Noach Leib Alpert

נח ליב ב"ר יעקב מנחם

Rav in East Haven, Connecticut

Date of Death: Sat. October 30, 1909 - Cheshvan 15 5670

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Brockett Place
East Haven, CT 06512
United States

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Notes: There are different cemeteries which run along Brocket Place in New Haven, many are independently owned and managed. Among them are Congregation Bikur Cholim, B'Kur Cholim, Bikur Cholim B'Nai Abraham, Hebrew Burial and Free Loan Association of New Haven, Beth Midrash HaGadol/Westville Synagogue, Bikur Cholim-Sheveth Achim, Hebrew Free Burial Association, Independent Rambam Lodge/Westville Synagogue, Warshaver Relief Society/Young Israel of New Haven, Young Israel of New Haven.

Directions to Kever: There are different cemeteries which run along Brocket Place in New Haven, many are independently owned and managed. Among them are Congregation Bikur Cholim, B'Kur Cholim, Bikur Cholim B'Nai Abraham, Hebrew Burial and Free Loan Association of New Haven, Beth Midrash HaGadol/Westville Synagogue, Bikur Cholim-Sheveth Achim, Hebrew Free Burial Association, Independent Rambam Lodge/Westville Synagogue, Warshaver Relief Society/Young Israel of New Haven, Young Israel of New Haven. Location: Section: Congregation Bikur Cholim, second row on the right.

Name Listed on Cemetery Database: Name listed on marker: Rev N.L. Alpert

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Credit: IFJCAH

Tags: Connecticut · New Haven, CT

8 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Farshlufen // Sep 29, 2009 at 8:32 am

    The date on the tombstone reads “Oct. 30 1909” That should be “15 Cheshvan 5670 – ט”ו חשון תר”ע”.

  • 2 Shmuel // Sep 29, 2009 at 1:56 pm

    The tombstone reads Rev. N. L. Alpert does that mean he wasn’t a Rabbi in a synagogue?

  • 3 YD Miller // Sep 29, 2009 at 3:47 pm

    Shmuel,
    In thos years the title Rev. was commonly used for Rabbis as well as unofficial Rabbis, so this is not a clue on a persons Rabbinical status.

  • 4 Baruch A // Sep 29, 2009 at 5:08 pm

    Farshlufen:
    But you are awake!!!
    Corrected.

  • 5 Azi // Sep 29, 2009 at 6:33 pm

    YD Miller ,

    He may no have been an official rabbi, but the text of this stone seems o indicate that he taught torah and was a ztadik. So he’s is fit be listed here.

  • 6 gedalyah // Sep 29, 2009 at 8:03 pm

    I believe there were times that the shamus of the shul was known as the Rev. so as not to be confused with the Rav.

  • 7 Ah Shtikle History // Sep 29, 2009 at 10:03 pm

    Reverend back in the day was the title given to the spiritual leader of a congregation. It was the among the Reverends duties to oversee the congregation, officiate at weddings, circumcise newborns, supervise ritual slaughter, est.

  • 8 avremele // Sep 30, 2009 at 9:18 am

    Any relation to Rav Nissan Alpert of the LES?

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