Kevarim of Tzadikim in North America

Rabbi Tzemach Hoffenberg

צמח ב"ר פסח

Congregation Ados Yisroel, Hartford, CT

Date of Death: Mon. November 28, 1938 - Kislev 5 5699

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Cemetery Details
204 Ward Street
Hartford, CT 06106
United States

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Notes: The cemetery is at the corner of Zion Street & Ward Street (Not Ward Place)

Directions to Kever: Zion Hill Cemetery - Adas Israel in Hartford, Connecticut. Enter the non-Jewish cemetery at the intersection of Zion & Ward Street, make fist left and proceed into Jewish Cemetery. At the double chain link fence continue on foot to the section on the left. Large sealed ohel on the opposite side, along the fence near Ward Street.

Name Listed on Cemetery Database: Alternate spelling: Cemach

Biographical Notes:

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Photo Caption:Rabbi Cemach (Tzemach) Hoffenberg, Credit: Barbara G Rosenkranz 

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Photo Caption:Rabbi Cemach (Tzemach) Hoffenberg,, Credit: Jewish Historical Society of Greater Hartford
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Photo Caption: Ados Israel Market Street building, Credit: Jewish Historical Society of Greater Hartford

Bio Information:
Rabbi Cemach (Tzemach) Hoffenberg, a charter member of the Agudath Harabonim authored many seforim, among them Minchas Tzemach and Haichel Tzemach. The Rav, who came to the United States in 1897 first served in Springfield, MA before settling in Hartford in 1899.


Credit: Reb Dov Elias, Kew Gardens Hills, NY

Credit: Reb Dov Elias, Kew Gardens Hills, NY



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