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Rabbi Yisroel Feinberg

December 18th, 2018 · 2 Comments

Rabbi Yisroel Feinberg

ישראל ב"ר יחזקל

Rav, Clinton Street Shul, Buffalo, New York

Date of Death: Thu. February 17, 1916 - Adar I 13 5676

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39 Lansdale Pl
Buffalo, NY 14211
United States

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Notes: Beth Jacob Cemetery located in upstate Buffalo, NY is also known as the Doat Street Cemetery or B'nai Jacob Cemetery. The entrance is from Lansdale Pl. Beth Jacob is adjacent to the much larger Concordia Cemetery.

Directions to Kever: Beth Jacob Cemetery located in upstate Buffalo, NY is also known as the Doat Street Cemetery or B'nai Jacob Cemetery. The entrance is from Lansdale Pl. Beth Jacob is adjacent to the much larger Concordia Cemetery. Although, for many years in a state of disarey it appears that the cemetery has recently been cleaned up. Location: Needed

Name Listed on Cemetery Database: Name listed on marker: Israel Feinberg

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Photo Caption: Article announcing Rabbi Feinberg’s passing.

Bio Information:
Rav Fienberg a member of Cheif Rabbi Yaakov Yosef rabbinated in Scranton, Pennsylvania before relocating to Buffalo, New York were he served for 22 years until his passing.


Credit: Moreshes Chachmei America

Credit: Zishe (Alex) Barth, Kew Gardens Hills, NY


Credit: Map to the Beth Jacob Cemetery

Credit: Map to the Beth Jacob Cemetery, Credit: Zishe (Alex) Barth, Kew Gardens Hills, NY

Tags: Buffalo, NY · New York

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Sara // May 5, 2019 at 2:17 pm

    I am so glad to find this . Rabbi Feinberg was my great grandfather and sadly I can’t add much to this despite my research – I am trying to learn where he was born

  • 2 Ilan Volow // Feb 5, 2020 at 11:54 pm

    I believe Rav Israel Fineberg was from Lithuania, as was most of the congregation of the Clinton St. Shul. Check out the book “From Ararat to Suburbia”, which has a bit of background on him. From what I read he was very respected by his congregation.

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