Abstracted from 61/12670: Proceedings of Stühlingen district, 1682-1685.
|1684-11-10||Veit Weihl Jew who has lived in Stühlingen dominion for a while and last in Donaueschingen dominion, is sued for payment of 69, 51, and 64 fl. for horses. His protection in Donaueschingen was recalled and he is on the run. The stables of Jews Jäckle, Joseph Marumbs Sohn, and Judele (a brother of Veit) were inspected and the horses were found. Plaintiffs can get the horses back if they present evidence that they are the owners. The wife of Veit Weil has arrived with a little child last night, heading for Lenglau as he (Veit) had ordered here to go.|
The following identified Jews are mentioned in this record:
|Common Name||Formal Name|
|Veit Weihl||(Chaijm Veith ben Isac, Weyl)|
|Jäckle||(Jacob (Jäggele) ben Meir, Bloch)|
|Judele||(Judah (Judele) ben Isac, Weyl)|