The MASKILEISON "Maskil le-Etan" Family
MASKILEISON, NAPHTALI: ()
By : Herman Rosenthal J. G. Lipman 1905
http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/contrib.jsp?cid=C120057&xid=A080708&artid=244&letter=MRussian Hebrew author and book-dealer; born at Radashkovichi, near Minsk, Feb. 20, 1829; died at Minsk Nov. 19, 1897. His father, R. Abraham Maskileison, a Hebrew scholar of note and the author of "Maskil le-Etan," instructed him in Talmud. Study of the poetical works of Moses Luzzatto and N. Wessely awakened Maskileison's interest in Neo-Hebrew literature, then regarded with disfavor by the Orthodox circles in which he grew up. His first poetical production was the drama "Esther," which was praised by the poet A. B. Lebensohn. Later he published, in various Hebrew periodicals, some poems which are marked by beauty of form and depth of thought. His many prose articles, published in the Hebrew periodicals during a period of forty years, are likewise distinguished for their excellence, as is his "Miktabim le-Lammed," a collection of eighty-eight letters of varied content (Wilna, 1870). One of Maskileison's most valuable undertakings was his revised edition of Jehiel Heilprin's "Seder ha-Dorot" (Warsaw, 1878-82). He systematizedthe work and corrected the errors and omissions that had rendered the chronology almost useless, and appended a biography of Heilprin. He left many works in manuscript. Maskileison represents the best type of the Maskilim.Abraham Maskileison
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Jump to: navigation, searchAbraham Maskileison (1788â€”1848) was a Jewish scholar, rabbi and author active in Tsarist Russia during the first half of the 19th century.Rabbi Maskileison was a descendant of another Talmudic scholar, Israel Jaffe of Shklov, author of "Or Yisrael". Maskileison discharged his rabbinical duties in many cities and, in his later years, went to Minsk, where he remained until his death at the age of about 60. Having no desire to use his cabalistic knowledge for gain, as was done by the miracle-working rabbis, he devoted his whole life to study of the Torah and the Talmud. He lived in comparative poverty, being satisfied with only a small income. WorksAbraham Maskileison wrote the following works: * Maskil le-Eisan(1818). Shklov. NovellÃ¦ on parts of Moed and Kodoshim, printed with the approbations of Saul Katzenellenbogen of Vilno and Manasseh Iliyer.
* Be'er Avraha (1848). Vilno. NovellÃ¦ on the remaining parts of the Talmud.
* He rearranged and republished with his own footnotes Seder HaDoros written by Rabbi Yechiel Michel Heilprin (1660-1746).Abraham Maskileison's posthumously published works were: * Nachal Eisan (1859). Vilno. NovellÃ¦ on the first two parts of Maimonides' Yad ha-á¸¤azaá¸³ah
* Mitzpeh Eisan (1858-64). Zhitomir; (1880-86). Vilno. Notes on the Talmud (published in the back of the Vilna Edition Shas)
* Yad Abraham (1888). Vilno. NovellÃ¦ on Yoreh De'ah; notes on Sifre
* Ahavas Eisan, novallae on Ein Yaakov
Chaya Epstein Finkel was the daughter of Rabbi Yitzhak Mordechai and Rivka Epstein of Slonim or Kossovo. Yehuda Leib's father was Dov Shlomo Finkel. One daughter of theirs, Kreine, married Schleime Maskileison and they lived in Warsaw for a short time before immigrating to Connecticut
Jenifer Smith Blum (firstname.lastname@example.org) on Thursday, January 24, 2008 at
* : I am doing research on my grandfather, Jake (Yankel) Maskileison which
became "Bender" when he immigrated to the U.S. Jake was born in Ivye in the
1880s. His father was Kalman Maskileison. If anyone reading this comment is a
descendant of the Maskileison family, I would appreciate hearing from you.
Thanks to the creator of this web site for their hard work in putting it
from Yad Vashem;
Maskilejson ( Maskil Leitan) Ludwika
Ludwika Maskilejson nee Przysuskier was born in Warsaw in 1890 to Mendel and Yehudit. She was married. Prior to WWII she lived in Warsaw, Poland. During the war she was in Warsaw, Poland. Ludwika perished in 1942 in Warsaw, Ghetto. This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed on left) submitted on 06-Jul-1955 by her daughter Submitter's Last Name MONDLAK
Submitter's First Name KHANA
Leib MEIR Maskileison was born in Novozybkov. Was a svyashchennosluzhitel and married. Prior to WWII lived in Kursk, Russia (USSR). During the war was in Kursk, Russia (USSR). Leib perished in 1943 in Kursk, Russia (USSR) at the age of 70. This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed on left) submitted on 05-Feb-2007 by the victim's grandson ALEKSANDR KALININ
Ahuva Maskileison nee Przysuskier was born in Warsaw to Menakhem. She was a housewife and married to Nison. Prior to WWII she lived in Warsaw, Poland. During the war she was in Warsaw, Poland. Ahuva perished in 1943 in Warszawa, Ghetto. Her husband survived ( went to Israel before the war- daughter survivor of the ShoahThis information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed on left) submitted on 17-May-1999 by her family friend, a Shoah survivor
* Dr. Bender Avraham
Dr. Avraham Bender was born in Iwje to Kalman. He was a lawyer and married. Prior to WWII he lived in Lido, Poland. During the war he was in Iwje, Poland.Dr. Bender perished in Iwje, Poland at the age of 55. This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed on left) submitted by his relative
* Bender Yitzkhak
Yitzkhak Bender was born in Iwje to Kalman and Pua. He was a hairdresser and married to Ester nee Zlobinski. Prior to WWII he lived in Iwje, Poland. During the war he was in Iwje, Poland. Yitzkhak perished in the Shoah at the age of 45. This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed on left) submitted by his relative
Fruma Shpira nee Maskileison was born in 1874 to Yitzkhak and Khana. Prior to WWII she lived in Bialistok, Poland. Fruma perished in 1942 in Bialistok, Ghetto at the age of 56. This information is based on a Page of Testimony found in the Pages of Testimony.