Abstracted from 61/6996: Proceedings of the Tiengen Government, 1658-1673.
|1669-02-15||Reminder to the Jews in Tiengen. Jewish boys and girls are making noisy nonsense in the Untere Gasse lane every Saturday. Isaac called Krausköpfle and Marum Weil (or rather Koschele Weil for him) who both live in this lane are reminded that the letter-of-protection forbides this. Hirzel, Baruch and Glatzkopf Jews are reminded that public laundry on Sunday and holidays is prohibited. They are to inform the other Jews.|
The following identified Jews are mentioned in this record:
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