Ropshitz (Hasidic dynasty)


Ropshitz (Hasidic dynasty)

Ropshitz is the name of a Hasidic dynasty, or rabbinical family and group who are descendants of Rabbi Naftali Zvi of Ropshitz (1760-1827). Ropshitz is the name of a town in southern Poland known in Polish as Ropczyce.

Many major rabbis are descendants of the Rebbes of Ropshitz.

Among the offshoots of the Ropshitz dynasty are, the Dzikov, Glogov, Melitz, Stitshin, and Strizov dynasties.

Today, Rabbi Chaim Meir Yechiel Rubin, the son of the Muzhayer Rebbe, is the Ropshitzer Rebbe.

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Lineage

  • Rebbe Naftali Tzvi Horowitz of Ropshitz (1760-1827), son of Rabbi Mendl of Linsk
    • Rebbe Eliezer Horowitz of Dzhikov (d. 1860), son of Rebbe Naftali Tzvi
    • Rebbe Yaakov Horowitz ABD Kolbashov and Melitz (d.1839), son of Rebbe Naftali Tzvi
      • Rebbe Elozor Hopstzajn 4th Koznitzer Rebbe, son-in-law of Rebbe Yaakov Horowitz
        • Rebbe Yechiel Yaakov Hopstzajn, 5th Koznitzer Rebbe, son of Rebbe Elozor Hopstzajn
          • Rebbe Nosson Dovid Rabinowitz of Partzov, Partzover Rebbe, son-in-law of Rebbe Yechiel Yaakov and son of the Biala Rebbe, Yitzchok Yaakov Rabinowitz and direct descendent of the Yid / Yehudi HaKadosh
            • Rebbe Avraham Yaakov Shapira of Drohobitz and Jerusalem, Drohobitzer Rebbe, son-in-law of Rebbe Nosson Dovid Rabinowitz and son of Rebbe Chaim Meir Yechiel Shapira, Drohobitzer Rebbe
              • Reb Avraham Glasner of Jerusalem, Israel, son-in-law of Rebbe Avraham Yaakov, son of Shimon Glasner who immigrated fron Klausenberg with his father, the Dor Revii, Rabbi Moshe Shmuel Glasner, Great grandson of the Chasam Sofer
                • Reb Moshe Shmuel Glasner of Jerusalem, Israel, son-in-law of Reb Avraham Glasner and son of Rabbi Yuda / Yehuda Tzvi Glasner of Los Angeles and Klausenberg, Romania, son of Rabbi Akiva Glasner, son of the Dor Revii, Rabbi Moshe Shmuel Glasner, Great grandson of the Chasam Sofer
    • Rebbe Avrohom Chaim Horowitz of Linsk (d. 1831), son of Rebbe Naftali Tzvi
      • Rebbe Menachem Mendel of Linsk, son of Rebbe Avrohom Chaim
        • Rebbe Yisroel of Vislitch, son of Rebbe Menachem Mendel
          • Rebbe Naftoli Tzvi of Krakow, son of Rebbe Yisroel
            • Rebbe Shmuel Avrohom Rabinowitz of Mezibuz, son-in-law of Rebbe Naftoli Tzvi
              • Rebbe Dovid Eliezer Rabinowitz, son of Rebbe Shmuel Avrohom
                • Rebbe Shmuel Avrohom Rabinowitz of Ramat Beit Shemesh, son of Rebbe Dovid Eliezer
                  • Rebbe Aharon Pinchas Rabinowitz of Baltimore, current Ropshitzer-Zlotchover Rebbe of Baltimore, Maryland, USA
                    • Reb Naftoli Tzvi Rabinowitz of Baltimore, son of Rebbe Aharon Pinchas
    • Rebbe Osher Yeshayo Rubin of Ropshitz (d.1855), son-in-law of Rebbe Naftali Tzvi
      • Rebbe Menashe Rubin of Ropshitz (d. 1861), son of Rebbe Osher Yeshayo
        • Rabbi Reuven Horowitz ABD Dembitz, son-in-law of Rebbe Menashe
      • Rabbi Aharon Rubin of Rymanow (d. 1857), son of Rebbe Osher Yeshayo

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