R' Eliezer Lipa Lipman ("Noam Elimelech's" father)

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R' Eliezer Lipa Lipman

Hebrew: הרב אלעזר ליפמן ליפמן, מטוטשין
Birthplace: Tykocin, Podlaskie, Poland
Death: Lizhensk, Poland
Place of Burial: Lizhensk, Poland
Immediate Family:

Son of R' Abraham of Tykocin and Chaya Weisblum
Husband of Mirel Mirish
Father of Rabi Nusen (Nathan) Lipman; Rebbe Elimelech Lipman (Weisblum) of Lizhensk; Rabbi Meshullam Zusia Lipman of Anippoli; Avraham Lipman-Weissblum; Chava Lipman and 6 others

Occupation: Shamash (beadle) of R' DovBer, the Magid of Mezerich
Managed by: Malka Mysels
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About R' Eliezer Lipa Lipman ("Noam Elimelech's" father)

Eliezer Lipman vs Eliezer Weisblum?

  • The Name Weisblum aparently was taken from his wife, Mirl Weisblum. It seems that in those days it was hard to get a marriage licenses so children were born and named after the mother in this case Weisblum (?)
  • In fact, in many places the Brothers Elimelech of Lizhensk and Zucha of Anipoli are called after the Father LIpman.
  • Most confusing is however thet in some sources even the Father of Eliezer Lipman is given the name Weisblum---- a clear Mistake.
  • It is understandable perhaps that the sons wore the name of the Mother Weisblum, but as for Eliezer and his Father and Grand father the names is Lipman. Source


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Rabbi Eliezer Lipa Lipman of Tykocin, Poland ( Galicia) and his wife Mirl (Mirish) were financially well-off small town merchants, and they used their resources to engage in charity-work and good deeds.

Rabbi Elimelech of Lizhensk was the eldest of the six siblings born to his father and mother. He developed a special relationship to his older half-brother Meshulam Zusya, son of his mother’s previous marriage, who would in time become a great master in his own right, Rabbi Zusha of Hanipol. Source

Story: Rabbi Eliezer Lippman from the Tiktin, Poland and the Leper

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