Abstracted from 61/12688 Court proceedings of Stühlingen district, 1742-1745.

1743-03-30The government at Donaueschingen has allowed the Jews to remain until Georgesmas (23 April). The following are to pay protection fee for the 59 days from 17 Mar. to 23 April: Marumb Weyl Sandel´s son, Salomon Weyl his (whose?) son, Marumb Weyl Dicker, Isaac Weyl his son, Faistel Guggenheimb Leib´s son, Salamon Weyl Sandel´s son, Jonas Gugenheimb Leib´s son, Schmuly Weyl, Marx Mayer Eleis´ son, Marum Gugenheimb Joseph´s son, Faistel Gugenheimb Joseph´s son, Isaac Bickhert Lehemann´s son, Haymann Bickhert, Lehemann Bickhert.

The following identified Jews are mentioned in this record:

Common NameFormal Name
Faistel Gugenheimb Joseph´s son(Chajim (Faistel) ben Joseph, Gugenheimb)
Isaac Bickhert Lehemann´s son(Isac ben Judah, Bickert II)
Marum Gugenheimb Joseph´s son(Meir (Marum) ben Joseph, Gugenheimb)
Salamon Weyl Sandel´s son(Salomon (Salamon) ben Nathan, Weyl)
Marx Mayer Eleis´ son(Mordechai (Marx) ben Elias Meyer)
Lehemann Bickhert.(Judah (Leheman) ben Meir, Bickert)
Haymann Bickhert(Chajim (Hewen) ben Isac, Bickert)
Jonas Gugenheimb(Jonah (Jonas) ben Judah, Gugenheimb)
Schmuly Weyl,(Samuel (Schmul) ben Asher Weyl)
Salomon Weyl(Salomon ben Meir, Weyl)
Sandel(Meir (Marum) ben Nathan, Weyl)
Mayer(Elias ben Jacob, Meyer)

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