Abstracted from 61/6996: Proceedings of the Tiengen Government, 1658-1673.
|1662-08-04||Reception of Jew Jagle in Rheinheim. (On the margin: Jäggle Jew) The servant of Jew Lembli here is accepted into protection and is allowed to settle in Rheinheim in the Küssenberg Valley, but may live in Oberlauchringen until another Jew will be accepted to Rheinheim. However, he is to move to Rheinheim before the next Zurzach Pentecost Market and maintain the inn in Rheinheim, if the dominion demands so, with his own wine or wine of the dominion. Reception fee is 10 fl. and annual protection fee is 10 fl.|
The following identified Jews are mentioned in this record:
|Common Name||Formal Name|
|Jäggle Jew||(Jacob (Jäggelin) ben Judah Weyl)|