Kevarim of Tzadikim in North America

Rabbi Nutel Freisleben

נתן ב"ר יעקב הלוי

Rabbi, Lumberland, New York

Date of Death: Mon. December 22, 1851 - Kislev 28 5612

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Directions to Kever: This location is NOT a cemetery but rather a lone marker amidst the thick forest brush along Lebanon Road. Rabbi Frislabend was buried on his family's farm. Today the property belongs to Orange and Rockland Utilities, Inc.. There is an effort being made through Moreshes Chachmei America to make the kever more accessible. Location: 41°33'52.8"N 74°47'43.0"W or https://goo.gl/maps/8NV7FNTaUTTexKY78 (copy/paste), along Chapin Road between Lebanon Road and Forestburg Road. Coming from Forestburg Road its on the left side, look for a tree with a tinfoil wrapped around it. The kever is about 30 feet up the hill.

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Photo Caption: A depiction of what life was like for many Rabbonim who came to America pre1940, Credit: Needed

Credit: MCA

Source: Old Fulton NY Post, Tom Trynisk

Source: Jeffersonville NY Sullivan County Record 1901 Jul-Jul 1904


Photo Caption: Stone wall surrounding the kever, Credit: Moreshes Chachmei America

Photo Caption: Kever as it was discovered during the Summer or 2021, Credit: Moreshes Chachmei America

Photo Caption: Askonim, Yitzchok Blumenkrans (Flatbush) and Shlomie Mermelstein (Lakewood), visiting the kever Tisha B’Av, 2022, IFJCAH

Photo Caption: Tisha B’Av, 2022, IFJCAH

Photo Caption: Tisha B’Av, 2022, IFJCAH

Photo Caption: Tisha B’Av, 2022, IFJCAH

 


Credit: Moreshes Chachmei America

Credit: Moreshes Chachmei America


Credit: Moreshes Chachmei America

Credit: Corner of Lebanon Road and Chapin Road


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