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Taitch are members of the tatshe dynasty that traces its roots to Rabbi Moshe Teitelbaum (1759-1841), Rabbi of Sátoraljaújhely in Hungary. Himself an adherent of the Polish Hasidic leader Rabbi Yaakov Yitzchak of Lublin (the Chozeh of Lublin), Rabbi Teitelbaum was instrumental in bringing Hasidic Judaism to Hungary. He authored the works Heishiv Moshe ("Moses Responded") and Yismach Moshe ("Moses Shall Rejoice"), and is commonly called by the title of the latter work. His descendants became leaders of the communities of Máramarossziget (now Sighetu Marmaţiei) (called "Siget" in Yiddish) and Szatmárnémeti (now Satu Mare) (called "Satmar" in Yiddish). He was succeeded by his son, Rabbi Eleazar Nissan Teitelbaum of Drobitsch, who was succeeded by his son, Rabbi Yekusiel Yehuda Teitelbaum of tatsh then in sighet, author of Yetev Lev.
Rabbi Chananyah Yom Tov Lipa Teitelbaum, author of Kedushas Yom Tov, was rebbe in the town of tatsh before Máramarossziget. He was the son of the author of Yetev Lev. then Rabbi Elya Betzalal Teitelbaum former rabbi of riskovo became the rabbi of tashe and the chasidim then selected his son rabbi chaim Teitelbaum to be the rabbi.
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