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Yitzchak
Ha-Cohen Katz
was born
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1550
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died
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30th of May, 1634
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,
Occupations:
Rabbi & Av Beth Din - Prague, Nikolasburg & Moravia, RABBINER, ABD Nikolsberg
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First name:
Yitzchak
Surname:
Ha-Cohen Katz
Gender:
Male
Occupation:
Rabbi & Av Beth Din - Prague, Nikolasburg & Moravia, RABBINER, ABD Nikolsberg
Date of birth:
1550
Place of birth:
Wien / Österreich
Date of death:
30th of May, 1634
Place of death:
Prag / Tschechische Republik
Notes:

My 9 great granduncle in law.

 

To check his ultimate ancestors, go to Aharon HA COHEN.

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Rabbi Yitzhak (Issac) (Jizchak) KATZ (COHEN TZEDEK) (d. 30 May 1624 Prague) son of Rabbi Shimhson (Samson) COHEN first married Lea LOEW daughter of the Maharal of Prague. Lea LOEW died childless, and Rabbi Yitzhak remarried Lea LOEW's sister Vögele (Vaigel) Bezalel Löb (LOEW) (d. 28 Jan. 1629 Prague).

 

They had five children:

 

* Rabbi Chaim COHEN, president of the Beit Din in Pozha, married Bella BEZALEL, daughter of Samuel ben Bezalel (Rabbi in Prague, Frankfurt, & Posen).

 

* Rabbi Naftali COHEN (b. Frankfort, d. 1644 or 1649) (Rabbi in Lublin). President of the Beit Din in Lublin. Married Dinah daughter of Yehudah KATZENELLENBOGEN son of Saul WAHL.

 

* Chawa (Eva) COHEN (b. 1580 Prague, d. and buried 1651 Sofia on the way to Palestine) was an unusual woman with great knowledge. She married Rabbi Abraham Samuel BACHRACH (b. 1575, d. 26 May 1615 Gernsheim) Rabbi in Worms, son of Isak BACHRACH. (Chawa was Abraham's 2nd wife.)

 

* Rabbi Shimon LOEW (died before 1621) m. Lana.

 

* Slowe m. Jakob Meshullam Salomon THEOMIM-FRANKEL-MIRELS.

 

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Note: see descendants & details on Goldschmidt genealogy site OR on (JE):

 

Isaac ben Samson Ha-Kohen, Bohemian Talmudist; died May 30, 1624, in Prague. He was assistant rabbi and magistrate of the community, and was son-in-law of the chief rabbi of Prague, Lewa ben Bezaleel, and the father of Hayyim ha-Kohen (rabbi at Frankfort-on-the-Main and at Posen) and Naphtali ha-Kohen (rabbi at Lublin). Isaac was in the habit of writing acrostic introductions to his own and other works. He wrote: a supplement to "Hatan Damim," a commentary on the Pentateuch by Samuel Runkel (Prague, 1605); glosses to "Pa'neah Raza," a small cabalistic work by Isaac ben Judah ha-Levi (ib. 1602); a commentary on the Pentateuch, in German (ib. 1608); notes on Midrash Tehillim (ib. 1613); "Kizzur Mizrahi," a commentary on Rashi to Genesis. Isaac, according to a statement in one of his glosses, was occupied for some time in the composition of a cabalistic work entitled "Sidre Bereshit." AND *see reference to Yitzhak ben Shimshon: ..native of Prague and son-in-law of Maharal (Rabbi Löw). Among other things, Yitzhak ben Shimshon was the Rabbi in Vienna and Mikulov. He was an esteemed Talmudist and philanthropist. He had published the work of older men of learning – among others, the lectures of his father-in-law (Derush al ha-Torah, Poznan, 1592) – and is considered the author of the first Yiddish translation of the Pentateuch (Basle, 1583), or at least the commentary to it (Prague, 1610). In 1592 he accompanied his father-in-law, Rabbi Löw, to an audience with Emperor Rudolf II, an account of which he also recorded. Yitzhak ben Shimshon died in 1624 and is buried in the Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague

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Av Beis Din of Niklesburg

Bobov Tree Anaf Samech-Tet (Hay)

Unbroken Chain p. 252

Luria Rabbinic Chart

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Rabbi Yitzhak (Issac) (Jizchak) KATZ (COHEN TZEDEK) (d. 30 May 1624 Prague) son of Rabbi Shimhson (Samson) COHEN first married Lea LOEW daughter of the Maharal of Prague. Lea LOEW died childless, and Rabbi Yitzhak remarried Lea LOEW's sister Vögele (Vaigel) Bezalel Löb (LOEW) (d. 28 Jan. 1629 Prague).

 

They had five children:

 

* Rabbi Chaim COHEN, president of the Beit Din in Pozha, married Bella BEZALEL, daughter of Samuel ben Bezalel (Rabbi in Prague, Frankfurt, & Posen).

 

* Rabbi Naftali COHEN (b. Frankfort, d. 1644 or 1649) (Rabbi in Lublin). President of the Beit Din in Lublin. Married Dinah daughter of Yehudah KATZENELLENBOGEN son of Saul WAHL.

 

* Chawa (Eva) COHEN (b. 1580 Prague, d. and buried 1651 Sofia on the way to Palestine) was an unusual woman with great knowledge. She married Rabbi Abraham Samuel BACHRACH (b. 1575, d. 26 May 1615 Gernsheim) Rabbi in Worms, son of Isak BACHRACH. (Chawa was Abraham's 2nd wife.)

 

* Rabbi Shimon LOEW (died before 1621) m. Lana.

 

* Slowe m. Jakob Meshullam Salomon THEOMIM-FRANKEL-MIRELS.

 

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. . . ( ' . . , ( ) . . . ( ) , ' .

 

Note: see descendants & details on Goldschmidt genealogy site OR on (JE):

 

Isaac ben Samson Ha-Kohen, Bohemian Talmudist; died May 30, 1624, in Prague. He was assistant rabbi and magistrate of the community, and was son-in-law of the chief rabbi of Prague, Lewa ben Bezaleel, and the father of Hayyim ha-Kohen (rabbi at Frankfort-on-the-Main and at Posen) and Naphtali ha-Kohen (rabbi at Lublin). Isaac was in the habit of writing acrostic introductions to his own and other works. He wrote: a supplement to "Hatan Damim," a commentary on the Pentateuch by Samuel Runkel (Prague, 1605); glosses to "Pa'neah Raza," a small cabalistic work by Isaac ben Judah ha-Levi (ib. 1602); a commentary on the Pentateuch, in German (ib. 1608); notes on Midrash Tehillim (ib. 1613); "Kizzur Mizrahi," a commentary on Rashi to Genesis. Isaac, according to a statement in one of his glosses, was occupied for some time in the composition of a cabalistic work entitled "Sidre Bereshit." AND *see reference to Yitzhak ben Shimshon: ..native of Prague and son-in-law of Maharal (Rabbi Löw). Among other things, Yitzhak ben Shimshon was the Rabbi in Vienna and Mikulov. He was an esteemed Talmudist and philanthropist. He had published the work of older men of learning – among others, the lectures of his father-in-law (Derush al ha-Torah, Poznan, 1592) – and is considered the author of the first Yiddish translation of the Pentateuch (Basle, 1583), or at least the commentary to it (Prague, 1610). In 1592 he accompanied his father-in-law, Rabbi Löw, to an audience with Emperor Rudolf II, an account of which he also recorded. Yitzhak ben Shimshon died in 1624 and is buried in the Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague
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Event Type:
Burial
Description:
MAY 1634
Date:
May 1634
Event place:
Prag / Tschechische Republik
Event Type:
Birth
Description:
1550
Date:
1550
Event place:
Wien / Österreich
Event Type:
Death
Description:
30 MAY 1634
Date:
30th of May, 1634
Event place:
Prag / Tschechische Republik
Age:
83-84
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