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Abraham Moïse

Abraham Moïse (1799-1869), the brother of Penina Moïse, was a lawyer in Charleston, South Carolina born to the prominent family of his parents Abraham Moïse (c. 1736–1809) originally from Strasbourg in Alsace, France, and Sarah from the Jewish community on St. Eustace.. Along with Isaac Harby and David Nunes Carvalho, he helped in leading the Reformed Society of Israelites.

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Although the Vine Its Fruit Deny, a hymn by Abraham Moïse (Reformed Society of Israel ca. 1826)

Contributed on: 15 Oct 2021 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Abraham Moïse | Reformed Society of Israelites |

The hymn “Although the vine its fruit deny” by Abraham Moïse (ca.1799-1869), is presented as Hymn 1 in The Sabbath service and miscellaneous prayers, adopted by the Reformed society of Israelites, founded in Charleston, S.C., November 21, 1825 (1830), p. 55. . . .


The Sabbath Service and Miscellaneous Prayers (Reformed Society of Israelites, Charleston, South Carolina, 1825)

Contributed on: 09 Oct 2021 by David Nunes Carvalho | Isaac Harby | Abraham Moïse | Reformed Society of Israelites |

The first Reform prayerbook in the United States and the fourth oldest Reform liturgy in the world. . . .



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