Abstracted from 61/14376: Proceedings of the Stühlingen Municipal Court, 1632-1660.

1636-04-24Jacob Aichkern wants to know from Seeligmann Jew if he wants to obey the recent court decision. The Jew says he has no further witnesses than himself and his brother-in-law who was there, too. Aichkern thinks the Jew may render an oath as he has given him bad merchandize. The Jew is allowed to have his brother-in-law interrogated, but is to remain in jail or present a warrantor for the event of an escape.

The following identified Jews are mentioned in this record:

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