Abstracted from 61/14179: Proceedings of the Stühlingen Municipal Court, 1745-1763.

1745-05-13Ignati Würth, coppersmith, representing Marumb Weyl, formerly a protected Jew here, sells Sebastian Ketteler a house in the rear lane (Hintere Gasse), between Joseph Kehl and Sir Johann Jacob Payer zur Blume in Schaffhausen, with a barn and stable, a yard, and a Baulege, and a claim (Ansprache) on a foot of land at the gable to the Baulege of Joseph Kehl according to the proceedings of 20.06.1727, plus a large vegetable and grass garden in the Häge (fence?, same word as hedge) behind the house in which a wash-house is standing, including any claims and rights pertaining to this, for 1050 fl. The buyer is allowed in a revocable manner to maintain an inn and hang up the sign of the Krone which had formerly been on this house. All this in agreement with the district (Oberamt) proceedings of 25.01.1745.

The following identified Jews are mentioned in this record:

Common NameFormal Name
Marumb Weyl(Meir (Marum) ben Nathan, Weyl)

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