In the following decade, two additional authors mentioned their telegraph experiences, Yekusiel Yehudah Teitelbaum, who was the rebbe and founder of the Siget dynasty, and Moshe Teumim, who was the rabbi of Horodenka
, which was known for its Hasidic courts.
For example, Nahman of Horodenka
said, "When I was a great hasid, I went every day to a cold mikveh.
Among the pilgrims there were people whom later Hasidic tradition came to recognize as the founding fathers of Hasidism: Nahman of Horodenka
, Eleazar ben Samuel Rokeach, Gershon of Kuty, and last but not least, the Besht.
Anna was born in Strilcze, Horodenka
region, Ukraine, a daughter of Franshisek Wojechowski and Ewdokia (Kowtaluk) Wojechowski Skinger.
Ann works as a special needs assistant at Ash Green School, and the couple from Nunt's Lane, Holbrooks, used this year's summer holiday to return to the Ukraine to stay with friends and family in farming country near Horodenka
. They flew from Heathrow to Warsaw in Poland, then on to Lviv in Ukraine.
Previously, in 1764-65, two followers of the Baal Shem Tov, Menahem Mendel of Peremyslany (1728-72) and Nahman of Horodenka