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5703/1942, Harav Menachem Mendel of Bohush, zy”a
5696/1935, Harav Pinchas Chaim Taub of Rozla, Zy”a
Harav Pinchas Chaim Taub was the son of Rav Yehudah Tzvi of Rozla. He was born on Shemini Atzeres in 5627/1866.
In his youth, Reb Pinchas Chaim knew his maternal great-grandfather, Rav Yitzchak Eizik of Kaliv, but was closer to his other grandfather, Rav Eliezer Tzvi of Komarna.
Reb Pinchas Chaim married the daughter of Harav Avraham Chaim Horowitz of Linsk, a descendant of Harav Naftali Tzvi of Ropshitz. Following his marriage, Reb Pinchas Chaim settled in Linsk.
After the huge fire that broke out in Linsk in 5646/1886, Reb Pinchas Chaim returned to his father’s home in Rozla.
That year, Reb Yehudah Tzvi was niftar, and Reb Pinchas Chaim was appointed Rav of the city in his place. He was only 19 years old at the time.
As Rav, Reb Pinchas Chaim continued to travel to the court of his grandfather and, after the latter’s petirah, to Rav Yechezkel Shraga of Shinev.
With the outbreak of World War I in 5674/1914, Reb Pinchas Chaim fled to Margareten, where he lived for the next eight years. In 5683/1923, he returned to Rozla.
Tragedy struck again in 5686/1926, when a fire broke out and his house was destroyed along with many valuable possessions. The Chassidim built him a new, larger house.
He was niftar on 11 Tishrei, Motzoei Yom Kippur 5696/1935. In accordance with his tzavaah, his son Rav Yehudah Yechiel was appointed his successor.
His other sons were Rav Naftali Betzalel, Rav Dovid Shlomo of Stry, and Rav Moshe Ezra of Samvishuer. His son-in-law was Harav Yechiel Michel Zukerberg of Stry.
Zecher tzaddik livrachah.
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