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The Ozerov Hasidic dynasty is a Hasidic group that began in 1827 when Rabbi Yehudah Leib Epstein, Rabbi of Ożarów in Poland since 1811, assumed leadership of his Hasidim ("disciples"). Ozerov is known for its learning, as one of the intellectual Hasidic dynasties. Rabbi Arye Yehuda Leib had six children: Rabbi Avraham Shlomo Epstein served as rebbe for only four years, and was succeeded by his son, Rabbi Moshe Yechiel Epstein. Rabbi Moshe Yechiel Epstein was the son-in-law of Grand Rabbi Chaim Shmuel of Chentshin.

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  • The Ozerov Hasidic dynasty is a Hasidic group that began in 1827 when Rabbi Yehudah Leib Epstein, Rabbi of Ożarów in Poland since 1811, assumed leadership of his Hasidim ("disciples"). Ozerov is known for its learning, as one of the intellectual Hasidic dynasties. Rabbi Epstein was a disciple of the Seer of Lublin, the Holy Jew of Prshiskhe, the Ohev Yisrael of Apt, Poland, and Rabbi Myer, the Or LaShamayim of Apt. When Rabbi Myer died in 1827, his chasidim asked the Rabbi of Ożarów to be their new rebbe. Rabbi Yehudah Leib accepted this position reluctantly. His followers numbered in the thousands. He moved to Opole towards the end of his life and died in 1837. He was succeeded by his son, Rabbi Yechiel Chaim Epstein. Rabbi Yechiel Chaim was succeeded by his son, Rabbi Arye Yehuda Leib Epstein, author of the Hasidic work Birkas Tov, in 1887. Rabbi Arye Yehuda Leib had six children: 1. * Grand Rabbi Avraham Shlomo Epstein of Ozharov (1864-1917) (who succeeded his father in 1913), 2. * Rabbi Eliezer Shalom Epstein of Partzev, 3. * Rabbi Yoseph Epstein of , 4. * Grand Rabbi Alter Moshe David Epstein of Ćmielów, 5. * Rabbi Yaakov Epstein, Rebbetzin Chava Rabinowicz (wife of Grand Rabbi Yerachmiel Tzvi Rabinowitz of Biala-Shedlitz), and 6. * Rebbetzin Feiga Taub (wife of Rabbi Yaakov Yerachmiel Taub of Radom, brother of Rabbi Israel Taub of Modzhitz). Rabbi Avraham Shlomo Epstein served as rebbe for only four years, and was succeeded by his son, Rabbi Moshe Yechiel Epstein. Rabbi Moshe Yechiel Epstein was the son-in-law of Grand Rabbi Chaim Shmuel of Chentshin. (en)
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  • The Ozerov Hasidic dynasty is a Hasidic group that began in 1827 when Rabbi Yehudah Leib Epstein, Rabbi of Ożarów in Poland since 1811, assumed leadership of his Hasidim ("disciples"). Ozerov is known for its learning, as one of the intellectual Hasidic dynasties. Rabbi Arye Yehuda Leib had six children: Rabbi Avraham Shlomo Epstein served as rebbe for only four years, and was succeeded by his son, Rabbi Moshe Yechiel Epstein. Rabbi Moshe Yechiel Epstein was the son-in-law of Grand Rabbi Chaim Shmuel of Chentshin. (en)
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