Kevarim of Tzadikim in North America

Rebbe Shalom Zuckerman

שלום בן שלמה זלמינא

Rashkover Rebbe

Date of Death: Mon. May 19, 1930 - Iyar 21 5690

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Cemetery Details
122 Arthur Kill Road
Staten Island, NY 10306
United States

Phone: 718-351-0230


Cemetery Map:

Notes: Cemetery gates are open: Sunday: 8:00AM-12:00PM Mon –Thu: 8:00AM-4:00PM Friday: 8:00AM-2:30PM Restrooms are located at the rear of the office building.

Directions to Kever: United Hebrew Cemetery on Staten Island maintains computerized records and will provide a detailed location map upon request Society: Tarnogroder, Block: 54, Row: 12-A (from the back), Grave: 6 (from left), along 1st Street

Biographical Notes:

Photo Caption: Rashkover Rebbe, Credit: Courtesy of David Zuckerman and Leta Miller

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Photo Caption: Rebbe Shalom Zuckerman’s brother-in-law Rebbe Baruch Dovid of Klinkovitz d. 1925. The Klinkovitzer Rebbe was buried in Vienna not far from Rebbe Yisroel of Chortkov, a large ohel marks his grave. Rebbe Baruch Dovid married the Rashkover Rebbe’s sister Chaya Sara. Credit: Yitz Twersky, KGH
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Photo Caption: Rebbe Shalom Zuckerman’s brother-in-law Rebbe Mordechai Twersky of Tolna. The Tolna Rebbe married the Rashkover Rebbe’s half-sister Chava Tziral. Credit: Yitz Twesky, Kew Gardens Hills

Bio Information: 
Rebbe Shabbtai, the first Rashkover Rebbe, was the author of the “Reb Shabbtai Siddor“. The Siddor (prayer book) was the first Nusach Ari siddor ever printed.

Credit: Shmuel Amsel, Brooklyn, NY

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