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Списки евреев мужского пола гор. Мозыря
1874

Мозырь Хойники 92 90 Лившиц Пинхус Аронов 26 по рев 1858 №262 20 л живет в собств.доме
Пинхуса сын Хаим 1 находится на месте

Мозырь Николаевская ровня 151 611 Лившиц Борух Аронов 25 22 внесен Мозырск.общ,проживает в г.Мозырь
Боруха сын 1. Сроль 3 3 новор при родств.
2.Мендель 1,5 1,5 новор при родств.

Мозырь Мозырь 168 577 Лившиц Берка Йоселев 60 60 внесен живет в собств.доме в 1й части по Александровской ул.
Берки сын 1. Ошер 30 находится в Овручском уезде в м.Словестин ?
2. Мордух 27 находится в Минске
3.Сроль 18 19

Мозырь Мозырь 219 464 Лившиц Арон Хаимов 50 50 внесен живет в доме Веселова Зелика во 2й части
имеет 2х сыновей. 1 живет в Мозыре, другой ы Хойниках

Мозырь Мозырь 406 36 Лившиц Йосель Лейбов 49 49 внесен живет в собств.доме во 2й части
Йоселя сын 1. Ерухим 27 внесен живет в Глуск Бобруйского уезда
Ерухима сын Гирш 1 живет в Глуске
Йоселя сын 2. Нохим 11 16 живет при отце на месте
Йоселя брат 1. Давид 44 40 внесен живет при брате Йоселе
Йоселя брат 2. Мовша 42 41 внесен живет при брате Йоселе
Мовши сын Мендель 11 15 живет при отце

Мозырь Мозырь 491 738 Лившиц Шая Йоселев 58 58 внесен купец, живет в собств.доме по Слуйкой ул.2я часть
Шая сын Шмуйла 37 постоянно живет в Киеве
Шмуйла сын 1. Зусель 6 постоянно живет в Киеве
2. Давид 3 мес постоянно живет в Киеве

Мозырь Мозырь 542 221 Лившиц Лейвик Лейбов 73 73 внесен живет в собст.доме по Киевской ул. В 1й части
Лейвика сын 1.Гирш 54 внесен в отлучке в Кременчуге
Гирша сын 1. Абель 28 28 в доп.1868г на зароботках
2. Шлема 24 в дрп.1874 на зароботках
3. Янкель 14 14
Лейвика сын 2. Вульф 40 40 внесен
Вульфа сын 1. Гирш 15 в отлучке в Бобруйске
2. Янкель 12 в отлучке в Бобруйске
3. Ицка 11 11
Лейвика сын 3. Меер 36 36 внесен
Меера сын 1. Липа 10 10
2. Лейба 5 5
Лейвика сын 4. Мордух 34 в отлучке в Могилеской губ.
Мордуха сын 1. Зисель 10 10
2. Лейба 2 2

Мозырь Минск 607 118 Лившиц Мордух Хацкелев 30 внесен живет в Минске в доме Любошица

Мозырь Мозырь 712 6 Лившиц Йосель сын вдовы 15 15 живет в Мозыре 2я часть в доме Шихтмана Йоселя

Мозырь Мозырь 748 68 Лившиц Мовша Айзиков 36 36 живет в деревне Хорок в собств.доме
Мовши сын 1. Юда-Герш 8 8 на месте
2. Герш 4мес 1 на месте

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346-1-70 Общий список плательщиков гос.квартирного налога по г. Мозырю за 1903г.
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адрес кому принадлежит дом
3об-4 Лившиц Юдко Киевская ул дом №21, владелец Александров оклад 3р 50к, на другой стороне, сколько поступило
Лейзер Мордухович Киевская ул дом №21, владелец Александров оклад 1 руб
Фишман Давид Айзиков Киевская ул дом №21, владелец Александров оклад 4р50к
17об-18 Лившиц Йосель Израилев Александровская дом №162 собственный. Оклад 8 руб.
27об-28 Лившиц Говсей Мордухов Покровская дом №238,владелец Смолярова оклад 1 руб
Юркевич Идалия Степановна Покровская дом №238,владелец Смолярова оклад 2р
Офенгенден Хаим Йоселев Покровская дом №238,владелец Смолярова оклад 1 руб
Столяр Берко Мордухов Покровская дом №238,владелец Смолярова оклад 1 руб
26об-27 Добровенский Лейба Берков Покровская дом №238,владелец Смоляр оклад 3р
41об-42 Лившиц Мордух Беньяминов Слуцкая дом №364, владелец Адлер оклад 4р50к
Адлер Борух Слуцкая дом №364, владелец Адлер оклад 3р50к
53об-54 Лившиц Мендель Мовшев Слуцкая набережная дом №547, собственный оклад 1 руб
Лившиц Нохим Йоселев Слуцкая набережная дом №547, собственный оклад 1 руб
65об-66 Резник Давид Абрамов и Лившиц Давид Гиршев Николаевская дом №623,владелец Голубов оклад 2р
67об-68 Лившиц Мовша Аронов Николаевская дом №640, собственный оклад 1р50к

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Jewish Lifshitz-Lipschitz-Lipshitz-Lifschitz-Lipschutz Families

This project site provides a place for information and discussion about all Jewish families with the surname Lifshitz, Lipschitz, Lipshitz, Lifschitz, Lipschutz and their variations.

The challenges of genealogy for these families are great. Lifshitz-Lipschitz-Lipshitz-Lifschitz-Lipschutz and their variants are relatively common Jewish surnames. The surnames' origin or origins are not clear, and it is unknown how many different founding families generated today's lineages. The genetic genealogy search strategy of looking among DNA matches for a common surname is made particularly complex by the diversity of spellings. Anglicization of the surname is frequent, into forms including Lewis, Lewin, Lifton, Lipman, Lipton, Lauren and others. Despite these challenges, many families succeed in finding relatives.

This project's front page will include links to online resources specifically relevant to these families, and the associated discussion forum encourages mutual aid in exploring our relations. The forum is public, but creating a Geni account (free) is required for posting.

Contents

Origins
Surname Variant Count
Lifshitz-Lipschitz-Lipshitz-Lifschitz-Lipschutz Lineages on Geni.com
Notable People Lists, Off-site
Other Online Resources
Origins
Some proposed origins for this surname and variants are:

A Jewish (Ashkenazic) habitational name from Liebschütz in Thuringia, Leobschütz in Upper Silesia, or Liebeschitz in Bohemia. The place names are of Slavic origin, from lipa "lime tree." Source: Dictionary of American Family Names © 2013, Oxford University Press
The name is derived from the Slavic "lipa," meaning "linden tree" or "lime tree." The name may relate to a number of different place names: "Liebeschitz," the name of a town in Bohemia, "Leipzig," the name of a famous German city, or "Leobschutz," the name of a town in Upper Silesia. Source: HouseOfNames.com page for Lipschutz
Lifshitz (or Lifschitz) is a surname, which may be derived from the Polish city of Głubczyce (German: Leobschütz). Source: Wikipedia page for Lifshitz
Derived from Landau, in Bohemia or Silesia or Germany. Source: JewishGen Rabbinic Info Files
Derived from "Liebeschitz," the name of a town in Bohemia. Source: Jewish Encyclopedia online, Lipschütz rabbinical families
One documented rabbinical lineage carries the surname Lipschütz and variants, originally described in the book "Heshiv Reb Eliezer and Siach Hasadeh Neweet" published in 1755 (source). Read the Jewish Encyclopedia online article for more information.

Are there any non-Jews with this surname? There is an anecdote of an Israeli diplomat telling David Ben-Gurion, "I will change my name if you can find me one non-Jew named Lifshitz." Sources: "Some preliminary notes on Israeli family names" by Professor Gershom Martin, Weizmann Institute of Science (http://www.weizmann.ac.il/home/comartin/israelinames.txt). Also, p. 91 in "Modern Hebrew: The Past and Future of a Revitalized Language" by Norman Berdichevsky (McFarland, 2014).

Surname Variant Count
The set of surname variants below, with the number of Geni profiles for each surname, provides evidence for how common each variant probably is worldwide. Limits are that some people include multiple surname variants in profile names, the pool of Geni profiles offers a limited pool for sampling, and that some profiles are counted for birth surnames while others for married names. These numbers represent a very loose approximation of the worldwide proportions. This set will not include the derived anglicized versions.

If you know a name that should be included in this listing but is not, please post a note here. The surnames in this project's name ("Lifshitz-Lipschitz-Lipshitz-Lifschitz-Lipschutz") were selected somewhat arbitrarily for having over 1000 representative profiles on Geni at the time the project was founded.The lists below will be updated occasionally, and the last update was 20 July 2016. The counts of profiles come from a "quick search" of that surname, which performs a search of more name data fields than just surname (e.g. alias & alternative names), and therefore the count is higher than a search upon the surname data field alone.

Alphabetically

Lifchitz 139
Lifschitz 1261
Lifschutz 260
Lifshitz 3640
Lifshutz 160
Lifszyc 60
Lipschitz 2576
Lipschutz 1229
Lipshitz 1864
Lipshutz 248
Lipsit 23
Lipsitt 35
Lipsitz 599
Lipszyc 866
Livshitz 419
Livshutz 16
By Number of Geni Profiles

Lifshitz 3640
Lipschitz 2576
Lipshitz 1864
Lifschitz 1261
Lipschutz 1229
Lipszyc 866
Lipsitz 599
Livshitz 419
Lifschutz 260
Lipshutz 248
Lifshutz 160
Lifchitz 139
Lifszyc 60
Lipsitt 35
Lipsit 23
Livshutz 16
The total number of profiles in this list is 13,256. For comparison, there are 152,574 profiles at Geni matching the Miller surname at the time of this count. It would be interesting to count the number of Cohen (and variant) profiles, but the Geni search system quits looking after 5,000 matching profiles and several Cohen variants exceed that — there are at least 40,000 Cohen-Cohn-Cahn-Cone-Kohn-Kahn-Kagan-Kohen-Coen profiles at Geni.

Lifshitz-Lipschitz-Lipshitz-Lifschitz-Lipschutz Lineages on Geni.com
This list is not complete, but at least attempts to present most of the major lineages found here. Lineages marked "TUC" appear in the book "The Unbroken Chain," by Dr. Neil Rosenstein.

Aryey Judah Lieb Lipschutz (descendant of Rabbi Naftali Hirsch Ginsburg) & Chaya Pinsk (TUC)
Benjamin Beinish Lipshitz (descendant of R' Solomon Zalman Lipchutz) & Geila Lipshutz (Wahl Katzenellenbogen) (TUC)
Avrum Lipschitz & Reichel Yuta Lipschitz (Kahana-Heller) of Bilke (TUC)
Aryeh Leib (Leibish) Lipschutz (Lipschutz family of Wielopole) & Chana Lipshitz (Teitelbaum), Teitelbaum Chassidic Dynasty (TUC)
... more to come ...
Notable People Lists, Off-site
Lifshitz & Lifschitz @ Wikipedia
Lipschitz @ Wikipedia
Lipschutz @ Wikipedia
Other Online Resources
The following resources focus specifically on Lifshitz-Lipschitz-Lipshitz-Lifschitz-Lipschutz and variant surnames. If you have additions to suggest, please post a note here.

This section does not include all family projects that happen to include members with these surnames, only ones for which the focus is on the Lifshitz-Lipschitz-Lipshitz-Lifschitz-Lipschutz or variant surname. However, if your family does include such members, and you would like to attract and contact possible relatives, you are encouraged to review and post to our discussion forum. It is strongly suggested that the subject of your forum post include the specific surname spellings that your family members used, and the place or places they immigrated from if known.

Surname Projects and Other Resources (multiple families, possibly related)

Lifshitz (and variations) Surname Project @ ftDNA.com (based on Ychr testing — only for males with a related surname)
Lifshitz Surname Project @ .igenea.com (based on Ychr testing — only for males with a related surname)
Lifshitz forum @ Ancestry.com
Lipshitz forum @ Ancestry.com
Lipschutz forum @ Ancestry.com
Surname + Region Projects and Other Resources (multiple families, possibly related)

Lipschutz Family of Galicia @ Gesher Galicia
Lifshitz Genealogy (esp. in Argentina) @hebrewsurnames.com
Lifshitz family from Poltava Guberniya and Chernigov Oblast in the Ukraine
Lifshitz Families of Stolin, Belarus @ Kehilalinks/JewishGen
Lipschutz families of Krakow, Poland (descendants of Herszl Lipschutz & Freindel)
Family Lineage Projects (descendants from a particular couple)


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LIPSCHÜTZ (LÜPSCHÜTZ, LIPSCHITZ, LIBSCHITZ):

By: Solomon Schechter, N. T. London, Isidore Singer, Meyer Kayserling, Isaac Broydé, M. Seligsohn, Gotthard Deutsch, Bernhard Friedberg, Louis Ginzberg, Herman Rosenthal, Peter Wiernik
Table of Contents
Aryeh Löb Lipschütz:
Baruch Isaac Lipschütz:
Baruch Mordecai b. Jacob Lipschitz (Libschitz):
Eliezer ben Solomon Lipschütz:
Gedaliah ben Israel Lipschütz:
Gedaliah ben Solomon Lipschütz:
Ḥayyim ben Moses Lipschütz:
Israel Lipschütz:
Israel Lipschütz:
Joshua Aaron Lipschütz:
Judah Löb b. Isaac Lipschütz:
Moses ben Noah Isaac Lipschütz:
Noah b. Abraham Lipschütz (called Noah Mindes):
Solomon ben Moses Lipschütz:
Name of a family of Polish and German rabbis; derived from "Liebeschitz," name of a town in Bohemia.

Aryeh Löb Lipschütz:
Austrian rabbi and author; lived in the second half of the eighteenth and in the first half of the nineteenth century; died in Brigul, Galicia, before 1849. He was the pupil of Aryeh Löb (author of "Ḳeẓot ha-Ḥoshen") and son-in-law of Moses Teitelbaum, rabbi at Ujhely. He held the office of rabbi in several cities in Galicia, and at last went to Brigul, where he remained till his death. He was the author of "Ari She-be-Ḥaburah" and "Geburot Ari," novellæ on Ketubot, mentioned in "'Emeḳ Berakah," by Joseph Saul Nathanson. Besides these works he wrote "Aryeh debe-'Ilai," containing novellæ on Ḳiddushin, Yoma, Menaḥot, Ḳinnim, and Niddah, as well as responsa on the four parts of the Shulḥan 'Aruk. This work was published in Lemberg.

Bibliography:
Walden, Shem ha-Gedolim he-Ḥadash, i. 82, ii. 16;
Eliezer Cohen, Ḳin'at Soferim, p. 104b (note 1733), and p. 110a.
Baruch Isaac Lipschütz:
Son of Israel Lipschütz; born in Dessau; died in Berlin Dec. 18, 1877. He was at first rabbi at Landsberg, and then district rabbi in Mecklenburg-Schwerin, but was obliged to resign both positions in consequence of disagreements with his congregations. Thereafter he lived in private at Hamburg. He wrote "Torath Sch'muel, ein Erbauungsbuch für Israeliten" (Hamburg, 1867).

Baruch Mordecai b. Jacob Lipschitz (Libschitz):
Russian rabbi and author; born about 1810; died at Siedlce, Poland, March 30, 1885. At an early age he became known for his wide Talmudical learning; and later he ranked with the leading rabbinical authorities of his time. Rabbis from all parts applied to him for decisions in regard to difficult questions, and his responsa were characterized by clearness and sound sense. He officiated as rabbi for forty-three years in various cities, including Semiatitz, Wolkowisk, Novogrudek, and finally Siedlce, where he remained till his death.

Lipschitz was the author of: "Berit Ya'aḳob" (Warsaw, 1876-77), responsa on the four parts of the Shulḥan 'Aruk; "Bet Mordekai," sermons; "Minḥat Bikkurim," novellæ on the Shulḥan 'Aruk; and novellæ on the Jerusalem Talmud. The last three works remain in manuscript.

Bibliography:
Ha-Ẓefirah, 1885, No. 14;
Ha-Asif, 1885, p. 758;
H. N. Steinschneider, 'Ir Wilna, p. 164.
Eliezer ben Solomon Lipschütz:
Execution of Lippold, 1573.(From a contemporary copperplate.)
German rabbi; died at Neuwied about 1748. At the age of thirty he became rabbi at Ostrow, where he gathered many pupils about him. Several years later he accepted a rabbinate elsewhere, but differences with his congregation soon compelled him to resign. He wandered about until finally he went to Cracow, where he obtained a rabbinate through the influence of his wife's uncle, Simon Jolles. There, too, he had many enemies, and on the death of Jolles he was obliged to leave Cracow. After some time he became rabbi at Neuwied, where he remained until his death. He wrote "Heshib R. Eli'ezer we-Siaḥ ha-Sadeh," responsa, published together with a number of responsa by his son Israel Lipschütz (Neuwied, 1749), and "Dammeseḳ Eli'ezer," novellæ (to Shulḥan 'Aruk, Yoreh De'ah and Ḥoshen Mishpaṭ.) and responsa, among the latter being some written by his brother Ephraim Lipschütz (ib. 1749).

Bibliography:
Preface to Heshib R. Eli'ezer we-Siaḥ ha-Sadeh;
Dembitzer, Kelilat Yofi, ii. 133, Cracow, 1893.
Gedaliah ben Israel Lipschütz:
Rabbi at Obrzizk, near Posen; flourished in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries (d. 1826). He was the author of the following works: "Regel Yesharah" (Dyhernfurth, 1776), explanations of Rashi and tosafot to the section Neziḳin, notes on Abot de-Rabbi Natan and on the small tractates of the Talmud, with two supplements treating of weights, measures, and geometry in the Talmud, and explaining the calculations found in Kilayim iii., v.; "Ḥumre Matnita" (Berlin, 1784), divided into six parts ("ḳinnim"), containing a commentary on the Talmud, explanations of all the foreign words found in the Talmud, a commentary on Asheri (Rosh), notes on Alfasi, a commentary on Targum Onḳelos, and explanation of the difficult mishnayot; "Keneset Yisrael" (Breslau, 1818), notes on the Mishnah and on various Talmudical subjects, extracted from several works left by Gedaliah in manuscript, and published by his son Israel Lipschütz.

Bibliography:
Steinschneider, Cat. Bodl. col. 1003;
Fürst, Bibl. Jud. ii. 275;
Fuenn, Keneset Yisrael, s.v.
Gedaliah ben Solomon Lipschütz:
Polish scholar; lived at Lublin in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. He was a relative and also a pupil of Meïr of Lublin, whose responsa he edited, adding to them an index (Venice, 1618). He wrote a commentary to Albo's "'Iḳḳarim," entitled "'Eẓ Shatul" (ib. 1618). This commentary may be considered a double one; in "Shorashim" the commentator explains the text of Albo, while in the part called "'Anafim" he gives an exposition of Albo's views, comparing them with the views of other philosophers. In the preface, Lipschütz says that he composed the commentary in his twenty-sixth year, but that for various reasons he could not publish it. Later, at the request of friends, he revised his work, which revision he completed at Lublin, Feb. 12, 1617. He compiled an index to the Biblical and Midrashic passages in Albo's text.

Bibliography:
Fuenn, Keneset Yisrael, p. 213;
Fürst, Bibl. Jud. ii. 230;
Nissenbaum, Le-Ḳorot ha-Yehudim be-Lublin, p. 46.
Ḥayyim ben Moses Lipschütz:
Polish rabbi of the seventeenth century; born at Ostrog about 1620. He wrote "Derek Ḥayyim" (Sulzbach, 1702), a book containing prayers and ritual laws for persons who are traveling, published by some of his pupils. Although the book contains prayers which show that the author was a follower of Shabbethai Ẓebi, it is interesting to know that it had the approbation of eight of the most renowned rabbis of the time.

Bibliography:
Wiener, Ḳehillat Mosheh, p. 297;
Emden, Torat ha-Ḳena'ot, p. 144, Lemberg, 1870;
Steinschneider, Cat. Bodl. col. 830.
Israel Lipschütz:
Son of Eliezer Lipschütz; rabbi at Cleve. There he became notorious in connection with a "geṭ" controversy which attracted the attention of a large number of contemporary Jewish scholars. The dispute arose over a divorce granted by him in August, 1766, which was declared invalid and which the rabbinate of Frankfort-on-the-Main opposed with such persistence and vehemence that it became a "cause célèbre." Israel Lipschütz was severely criticized and stoutly defended. Toward his own defense he published (Cleve, 1770) seventy-three similar decisions, under the title "Or Yisrael," to counterbalance the "Or ha-Yashar" published by Simon Kopenhagen in the previous year at Amsterdam.

Bibliography:
M. Horovitz, Frankfurter Rabbiner, iii. 67 et seq., Frankfort-on-the-Main, 1884.
Israel Lipschütz:
Son of Gedaliah, Lipschütz; born 1782; died Sept. 19, 1860. He was rabbi first at Dessau and then at Danzig. He led the life of an ascetic, frequently fasted three days in succession, and studied incessantly. He wrote "Tif'eret Yisrael," a commentary on the Mishnah, in which he applied to the orders a nomenclature of his own: Zera'im he called "Zera' Emunah"; Ṭohorot, "Ṭa'am wa-Da'at" (Hanover, 1830); Neziḳin, "Kos Yeshu'ot" (Danzig, 1845). His ethical will ("Ẓawwa'ah"; 1861) contains twenty-eight paragraphs, consisting chiefly of moral and ascetic precepts. He left in manuscript many notes ("derashot") to Caro's Shulḥan 'Aruk and to Maimonides' Yad ha-Ḥazaḳah, a comprehensive treatise on the order Ṭohorot, and many responsa.

Bibliography:
Walden, Shem ha-Gedolim he-Ḥadash, i. 406, Warsaw, 1864;
Steinschneider, Hebr. Bibl. iv. 27.
Joshua Aaron Lipschütz:
Rabbi at Bützow, Mecklenburg-Schwerin; born in Poland in 1768. He was a correspondent of Jacob Emden ("She'elat Ya'abeẓ," pp. 50 et seq.).

Judah Löb b. Isaac Lipschütz:
Austrian rabbi and author of the seventeenth century; rabbi at Eidlitz, Bohemia. He wrote: "Hanhagot Adam," a collection of rules from other works, on daily religious practises (Fürth, 1691; Amsterdam, 1717; Zolkiev, 1770); "Ẓaddiḳ Tamim," a redaction of the former work with many additions (Fürth, 1699; an abridgment of the book was seen in manuscript by Nepi, in Padua); "We-Zot li-Yehudah," explanations added to Jacob Weil's "Sheḥiṭot u-Bediḳot," on the rules of slaughtering cattle (Fürth, 1699; Frankfort-on-the-Main, 1820).

Bibliography:
Fürst, Bibl. Jud. i. 225, 226;
Zedner, Cat. Hebr. Books Brit. Mus. p. 439;
Benjacob, Oẓar ha-Sefarim, pp. 141, 506, 571.
Moses ben Noah Isaac Lipschütz:
Polish rabbi, and the author of the commentary "Leḥem Mishneh," on the orders Zera'im, Mo'ed, and Ḳodashim (published, according to Azulai, in 1596). He wrote a commentary also to the treatise Abot (Lublin, 1612; reprinted at Cracow in 1637 and included in the edition of the Mishnah published at Amsterdam in 1726).

Bibliography:
Azulai, Shem ha-Gedolim, ii. 71.
Noah b. Abraham Lipschütz (called Noah Mindes):
Polish rabbinical scholar; died in Wilna Dec. 22, 1797. He was a prominent member of the Jewish community of Wilna, and married a daughter of Elijah Pesseles. Lipschütz's daughter married Abraham, son of Elijah, gaon of Wilna. Lipschütz was the author of two cabalistic works, "Parpera'ot le-Ḥokmah" (Shklov, 1785), on the Pentateuch, and "Nifla'ot Ḥadashot" (Grodno, 1797), which latter includes cabalistic explanations by R. Samson Ostropoler. Both works were published anonymously. Noah died about three months after Elijah Gaon and was buried near him.

Bibliography:
Fuenn, Ḳiryah Ne'emanah, pp. 170-171, Wilna, 1860.
Solomon ben Moses Lipschütz:
German cantor; born at Fürth about 1675; died at Metz after 1708. He studied at Nikolsburg in the yeshibah of David Oppenheim, and for some time acted as cantor, shoḥeṭ, and teacher at Wallerstein. He then went to Pfersee, and thence to Prague, where he became chief cantor in the Phinehas and Zigeuner synagogues. In 1706 he retired to Frank-fort-on-the-Main, but in the following year accepted the position of cantor at Metz, where he died. Lipschütz was the author of "Te'udat Shelomoh" (Offenbach, 1708), a book of morals and laws for cantors, published with the approbation of the rabbi and parnas of Metz.


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