Jehuda Löb Aach
Aach attended the yeshiva founded by Ezekiel Landau in Prague as a pupil . He then worked as a junior rabbi in Kurtrier and in 1775 as a rabbi in Gailingen . Löb Aach succeeded Rabbi David Dispeck in Hechingen in 1776 after he had resigned from office due to community disputes . Until then, the private citizen Abraham Beil had represented the rabbi in Hechingen. Löb Aach became the house rabbi of the Kaulla family of court actors in Hechingen, thanks to whose efforts he was appointed rabbi of the Hohenzollern state on December 28, 1784 . By contract of February 27, 1785, Löb Aach was accepted by the community with 90 Florentines salary. His jurisdiction was later extended to the communities of Haigerloch and Dettensee in the neighboring state of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen . In addition, from 1803 he directed the Beth Midrash founded by Jakob Kaulla in Hechingen . Around 1818 his jurisdiction was withdrawn.
Löb Aach was buried like his wife Jocheved-Breindel, who had died before him, in the Jewish cemetery of Hechingen in grave no. 459.
- Michael Brocke , Julius Carlebach ; Carsten Wilke (Ed.): Biographical Handbook of Rabbis Part 1: The Rabbis of the Emancipation Period in the German, Bohemian and Greater Poland Countries 1781–1871 Volume 1 . KG Saur, Munich 2004, ISBN 3-598-24871-7 , p. 121 .
- Michael Brocke, Julius Carlebach; Katrin Nele Jansen, Jörg H. Fehrs, Valentina Wiedner (Eds.): Biographical Handbook of Rabbis Part 2: The Rabbis in the German Empire 1871-1945 . Walter de Gruyter, Berlin 2009, ISBN 978-3-598-44107-3 , p. 728 .
- Manuel Werner: The Jews in Hechingen as a religious community (Part 2) . In: Journal for Hohenzollern History . tape 21 , no. 108 , 1985, pp. 85 .
- Samuel Mayer: History of the Israelites in Hohenzollern-Hechingen . In: Julius Fürst (Ed.): The Orient . 5th year. Fritzsche, Leipzig 1844, p. 524 ( limited preview in Google Book search).
- Michael Brocke, Julius Carlebach; Carsten Wilke (Ed.): Biographical Handbook of Rabbis Part 1: The Rabbis of the Emancipation Period in the German, Bohemian and Greater Poland Countries 1781–1871 Volume 1 . KG Saur, Munich 2004, ISBN 3-598-24871-7 , p. 121 .
|SURNAME||Aach, Jehuda Löb|
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Aach, Juda Löb; Aach, Löb|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Rabbi, mohel and head of the yeshiva in Hechingen|
|DATE OF BIRTH||around 1750|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||trier|
|DATE OF DEATH||July 21, 1820|
|Place of death||Hechingen , Hohenzollern-Hechingen|