Abstracted from 61/6997: Proceedings of the Tiengen Government, 1673-1691.
|1679-02-14||Property export tax (Abzug) from Mauschele Jew and the estate (Erbschaft) of Lemble. After Lemble Weil of Tiengen has recently died, his will was translated from Hebrew into German. Of the local heirs, only Ephraim and Samuel both Weil have appeared. Testator´s brother Isaac of Endingen was also summoned, but sent an excuse that he has business in Baden. The will demands that all debts are to be paid before the estate will be divided. Isaac is subject to property export tax for his share of the estate and for what he has formerly inherited from late Mauschele. The authority demands that the estate will only be divided after these taxes have been paid, although Ephraim Weyl in Tiengen has declared to be liable for these amounts.|