Paul Isaac Hershon 1818-1888
Hershon was born in Galicia, the town of Buczacz, in 1818. He received an excellent education in Hebrew and Talmud. On a visit to Jerusalem he met Nicolayson, and came to faith. he then studied in the Jerusalem Missionary College (1842-1846). Afterwards he was appointed principal of the House of Industry, and from 1848-55 he laboured as a missionary in England. He was appointed as head of the model farm at Jaffa, but fell ill in 1869 and was obliged to resign and return to the better climate of England. He devoted himself to literary work until his death in London in 1888.
A Talmudic Miscellany, by F.W. Farrar (Foreword by), Paul Isaac Hershon (Forewrod by).
Treasures of the Talmud.: Being a Series. By Paul Isaac Hershon (Translator)
Tzeenah Ureenah, Go Ye and See: A Rabbinical Commentary on Genesis (1885)
by Yaakov Ben Yizchak Ashkenazi, Paul Isaac Hershon (Translator)
The Pentateuch according to the Talmud: Genesis: with a Talmudical commentary.
by Paul Isaac Hershon, Henry Donald Maurice Spence-Jones, M. Wokenberg.1883.
Rabbinical commentary on Genesis. Yaakov ben Yizchak Ashkenazi, Paul Isaac Hershon. 1885.
Bernstein, A. Jewish Witnesses for Christ. 1909. (Keren Ahvah Meshichit, new edition 1999).
Hyamson, Albert Montefiore. A Dictionary of Universal Biography of All Ages and of All Peoples