Abstracted from 61/6997: Proceedings of the Tiengen Government, 1673-1691.

1683-01-21Preinle Lewe, former protected Jewess in Tiengen, property export tax from the estate. Preinle has left behind an inheritance of 1552 fl. after her departure (death?), in which the following (foreign?) persons participate: Jonele Jew of Horheim 310 fl. Model Weil of Stühlingen 310 fl. Lemble Weil also Stühlingen 310 fl. Her sister who lives in Metz 172 fl. Thus the three brothers Jonele, Model and Lemble are due 31 fl. each, Ephraim however is due 17 fl. for his sister in Metz, making a total of 110 fl. which is to be paid cash immediately. Nothing of the estate must be handed out by Ephraim and Schmule to their brothers and the sister before these 110 fl. have been paid. If they hand out the least amount anyway, one will fetch it back from them. With marginal notes about the payment of the individual amounts

The following identified Jews are mentioned in this record:

Common NameFormal Name
Lemble Weil(Ascher (Lemle) ben Meir, Weyl)
Model Weil(Mordechai (Model) ben Meir, Weyl)
Ephraim(Ephraim (Effermen), Weyl - Donaueschingen)
Jonele(Jonah (Jonele) ben Meir, Weyl)

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