Abstracted from 61/12684: Proceedings of Stühlingen district, 1730-1732.
|1731-09-26||The woollen-weavers complain that Salomon Weyl Sandels Marumben Sohn is unlawfully importing woollen stuff from Nördlingen. The Jews respond that according to their letter-of-protection, they are allowed to trade in any merchandize exept steel, iron, and salt. Decision: The Jews are obliged to buy the cloth from the local woollen-weavers.|
The following identified Jews are mentioned in this record:
|Common Name||Formal Name|
|Salomon Weyl||(Salomon ben Meir, Weyl)|