Abstracted from 61/12674: Proceedings of Stühlingen district, 1694-1697.

1697-03-29Jossel here is in a business society with Samuel Jew (on the margin: Samuel Uhlmann) of Tiengen. They brought two horses into town which were confiscated for customs defraud. The horses are now given back at the condition that Jossel goes bail for 50 florins and Mausche Jew goes bail for another 50 florins.

The following identified Jews are mentioned in this record:

Common NameFormal Name
Mausche(Moses (Moyses) ben Menachem, Bloch)
Jossel(Joseph (Jossel) ben Meir, Gugenheimb)

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