Glogau, Jehiel Michael ben Asher Lemmel Ha-Levi
GLOGAU, JEHIEL MICHAEL BEN ASHER LEMMEL HA-LEVI
GLOGAU, JEHIEL MICHAEL BEN ASHER LEMMEL HA-LEVI (c. 1740–1818), rabbi in Burgenland (Austria). Glogau took his name from his birthplace, where his father served as dayyan, before becoming rabbi in Eisenstadt. Around 1780 Glogau served as preacher of the ḥevra kaddisha of Vienna. On the death of his father in 1789 he succeeded him at Eisenstadt. He was in halakhic correspondence with Moses *Sofer, who held him in high esteem (Ḥatam SoferoḤ, nos. 40, 80). His son moses (d. 1837), who served as rabbi of Liben near Prague and then in Deutschkreutz (Burgenland), published the commentaries on aggadah of his father and grandfather together with his own work entitled Ḥut ha-Meshullash bi-She'arim (Vienna, 1821). The work contains sermons on the weekly readings of the Torah, each consisting of three parts: the sermons of his grandfather, entitled Sha'ar Asher; of his father, entitled Sha'ar ha-Mayim; and his own, Sha'ar ha-Katan.
M. Markbrieter, Beitraege zur Geschichte der juedischen Gemeinde Eisenstadt (1908), 53f.; J.J. (L.) Greenwald (Grunwald), Ha-Yehudim be-Hungaryah (1913), 73f.; P.Z. Schwartz, Shem ha-Gedolim me-Ereẓ Hagar, 1 (1913), 45a no. 127, 3 (1915), 17a no. 6; B. Wachstein, Die Inschriften des alten Judenfriedhofes in Wien, 2 (1917), 194 n. 1, 564 n. 17; idem, Die Inschriften des alten Judenfried hofs in Eisenstadt (1922), 152 no. 426, 188 no. 594; idem, Urkunden und Akten zur Geschichte der Juden in Eisenstadt (1926), 469–71, 714; Patai, in: Arim ve-Immahot be-Yisrael, 1 (1946), 54.
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