Abstracted from 61/12670: Proceedings of St├╝hlingen district, 1682-1685.

1682-12-18The community complains that there are many more Jews in town than the allowed 13 households. Every head of a household is allowed to house a son or son-in-law. It was found that Calmele is housing his son Schmuli Seeligmann is housing his son Schmuli Schmuli Hertzog is housing his son Isac all without permission of the authority, Hürtzlin Lehenmanns Sohn has settled although his brother is under protection here and all this was done against the law. It is suggested that the current letters-of-protection are declared void and the failing households are to pay 40 Reichstaler penalty, or the Jews are to leave the dominion. Jew Aberham from Ettenheim would also be included.

The following identified Jews are mentioned in this record:

Common NameFormal Name
H├╝rtzlin Lehenmanns Sohn(Naphtali (Hirtzli) ben Judah, Bickert)
Aberham from Ettenheim(Abraham - Ettenheim)
Schmuli Seeligmann(Samuel (Schmul) ben Seligman, Gugenheimb)
Seeligmann(Seligmann ben Samuel, Gugenheimb)
Calmele(Kalonymos ben Samuel I, Gugenheimb)
Isac(Isac ben Samuel, Bickert)

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