Abstracted from 61/12679: Proceedings of Stühlingen district, 1721-1722.

1722-09-04Considering that the Jewish community could not come to an internal agreement about providing hourse for official tasks, one has grouped the Jews into three categories. Category one is to provide three horses in turn and includes Leib Gugenheimb and Marum Weyl. Category two provides two horses and includes Joseph Gugenheimb, Salomon Weyl, Mayr Bloch, Faistel Gugenheimb, Jonas Gugenheimb, Isaac Bikhert, Lehemann Bikhert, and Elias Mayr. Category three provides one horse and includes Joseph Gugenheimb Sandels Tochtermann and Schmule Weyl Lemblins Sohn. With details about their duties (horses on which an honest man will not break his neck; whoever does not own a horse is to borrow one; about the sequence of presentation; etc.)

The following identified Jews are mentioned in this record:

Common NameFormal Name
Joseph Gugenheimb Sandels Tochtermann(Joseph, Guggenheim - Sandels son-in-law)
Faistel Gugenheimb(Chajim (Faistel) ben Judah, Gugenheimb)
Jonas Gugenheimb(Jonah (Jonas) ben Judah, Gugenheimb)
Lehemann Bikhert(Judah (Leheman) ben Meir, Bickert)
Leib Gugenheimb(Juda (Leib) ben Jonah, Gugenheimb)
Isaac Bikhert(Isac ben Abraham, Bickert)
Salomon Weyl(Salomon ben Jacob, Weyl)
Schmule Weyl(Samuel (Schmul) ben Asher Weyl)
Elias Mayr(Elias, ben David, Meyer)
Marum Weyl(Meir (Marum) ben Nathan, Weyl)
Mayr Bloch(Meir (Mayerle) ben Menachem, Bloch)

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