Abstracted from 61/12684: Proceedings of Stühlingen district, 1730-1732.
|1732-08-01||Marumb Weyl Samuels Sohn buys half a house for 300 florins. The magistrate protests, saying that against the former customs (Observanz), the house has not been offered for sale to the public, and the letter-of-protection positively says that no Jew must buy a house without approval of the authority. The magistrate may file appeal to the office or the government. The office may order seller to offer his half house to the citizen at first, and to waive the previous contract. The seller says that the foreman of the town knew about the sale and could have proclaimed it to the citizen. If the sale will be waived, he is forced to keep the house as the citizen have said that none of them will accept him (as a lodger). He has never intended to cause such a quarrel among the citizen. Decision: The sale is suspended and the half house is to be offered for sale to the public within 12 days. Further decision will be made if no acceptable offer will be filed within this time.|
The following identified Jews are mentioned in this record:
|Common Name||Formal Name|
|Marumb Weyl||(Meir (Marum, dicker) ben Samuel, Weyl)|