Lazaron, Morris Samuel
- (b. 1888)American Reform rabbi. He was born in Savannah, Georgia. He served as a rabbi in Wheeling, West Virginia, and later to the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation. He was a founder and vice-president of the American Council for Judaism.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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LAZARON, MORRIS SAMUEL — (1888–1979), U.S. Reform rabbi. Lazaron, who was born in Savannah, Georgia, was ordained by Hebrew Union College in 1914. He served as rabbi in Wheeling, West Virginia, for a year and in 1915 was appointed rabbi of the Baltimore Hebrew… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
SOLA, DE — SOLA, DE, Sephardi family in Holland, Britain, and North and South America. After 1492 the family dispersed from Spain to Portugal (where some survived as Marranos, were martyred under the Inquisition, or fled overseas), and Holland. From AARON… … Encyclopedia of Judaism