Rav Yosef Naftali Stern, rosh yeshivas Pressburg in Yerushalayim (1971) Rav Tzvi Hirsch of Liska, Hungary (1798-1874). Rav Tzvi Hirsch spent several years at
Rav Mordechai Banet of Nikolsburg, Hungary, author of Parashas Mordechai (1753-1829) Rav Nosson Nota Shapira, author of Megaleh Amukos and
Rav Zevulun Aryeh Graz (1904-1989). Born in Ozband, Lithuania, to Rav Yosef Nesanael,
Rav Hillel of Paritch, author of Pelach Harimon (1795-1864). A talmid muvhak of Rav Avraham Dov, Rav of Zhitomer. He served as Rav of Patrich, and later succeeded Rav Baruch Mordechai in Bobroisk. His
Rav Shmuel Shmelke Toibish, Rav of Yas (Jassi), author of Chayei Olam, Milchamos Hashem, and Mitzvas Chalitzah (1865).
Rav Yitzchak Luria Ashkenazi from Tzefas, the Arizal (1534-1572), born in Jerusalem, son of Rav Shlomo Luria Ashkenazi,
Rav Menachem Azariah deFano (from Pano), Italian mekubal, known as the Rema miPano (1548-1620).
Aharon Hakohen (1395-1272 BCE) [the only yahrtzeit mentioned in the Torah] Elazar ben Aharon Hakohen
Rav Yochanan HaSandler Rav Shlomo Yitzchaki (Rashi)(1040-1105). He traced his ancestry through the Tanna’im Rav Yochanan
Rav Elazar of Lizhensk (1806). He was the oldest son of the Rebbe Reb Elimelech of Lizhensk. He put together his father’s sefer, Noam Elimelech, which contains several letters of Rav Elazar in the back. His