Aizik Leizerovitz - mentioned in an official document in 1714.
Aryeh-Yehudah-Leib - during the18th century.
Yehushua-Zelig Ashkenazi (about 1785-1831), refused to accept a salary because he had a rich father-in-law.
Mosheh haLevi Levinson, from1861 in Yurburg.
Ya'akov-Yosef ben Dov-Ber (1841-1902), from 1888 a Rabbi in New York where he died.
Yehezkel Livshitz (1862-1932), in Yurburg 1887-1891.
Avraham Dimant (1863-1940), in Yurburg for several tens of years until his death.
Hayim-Reuven Rubinshtein (1888-1941), the last Rabbi of Yurburg, murdered by the Lithuanians.
Most of the above mentioned Rabbis published books on religious matters.
Shelomoh Fainberg (1821-1893), philantropist, moved to Kovno in 1857, married Baroness Rosa von Lichtenstein from Vienna, in Koenigsberg from 1866. He received the title of " Councellor of Commerce " from the Czar, and died in Koenigsberg.
Shelomoh Shakhnovitz - author of the book "The Skill of Reading the Torah" (Keidan 1924).
Mendel Shlosberg (1843-??), moved to Lodz, where he participated in the development of the Polish textile industry.
Shelomoh Goldshtein (1914-1995), a graduate of the Hebrew high school in Yurburg and a graduate of Rome university in chemical engineering, one of the leaders of "HeHalutz" in Lithuania, was imprisoned in the Kovno ghetto. Lived in Skokie, USA, from 1948, a philanthropist who supported many Jewish and Zionist institutions in America and in Israel, among them the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. For many years a member of the Zionist executive.
Zalman and Tuviyah Samet, born in Yurburg in 1857 and 1858, founders and directors of the big firm "Brothers Samet" in Lodz.
William Zerakh (1887-1966), sculptor and painter, also painted many pictures on Yurburg. He died in Bath, Maine, U.S.A
Shelomoh ben Yisrael Bresloi, a learned man and philanthropist, donated 500 Rubels for establishing a "Gemiluth Hesed" in town.
Hirsh Noteles, sent a Hebrew poem to the Czar and received a letter of thanks and a golden ring as a memorial gift.
The fund raisers were Tsevi Fain and Avraham-Yitshak Kopelov.