Abstracted from 61/12670: Proceedings of Stühlingen district, 1682-1685.
|1683-10-20||Most of the Jews were banished from Tiengen last summer, and only Isac Schwab and his son-in-law Israel Ulman were allowed to remain. All the 12 Jewish households were to pay 20 fl. trespassing and trade license fee (to Stühlingen dominion), which cannot be burdened to just two household, so they are to pay 3 Reichstaler as long as their number will not increase.|
The following identified Jews are mentioned in this record:
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