Abstracted from 61/12675: Proceedings of Stühlingen district, 1702-1705.

1702-09-13The Jews Salomon Jäckhlins Sohn and Abraham, both experienced in the Jewish ceremonies, have made a decision between Jossel Calmelins Sohn and the two daughters of his deceased brother Schmulin, namely Madele and Bessele. They consider just that Jossel provides a dowry of 25 florins for each of the daughters, as far as his own means reach and by collecting the rest from relatives. Jossel owes the two daughters 130 florins upon the proceedings of 23.11.1701 and is to pay the extant installments immediately. If Abraham Katz (sic), a Jew of Pforzheim, would have to come here once more in this matter, then Jossel will be obliged to refund him all the expenses.

The following identified Jews are mentioned in this record:

Common NameFormal Name
Salomon Jäckhlins Sohn(Salomon ben Jacob, Weyl)
Jossel Calmelins Sohn(Joseph ben Kalonymos, Gugenheimb)
Jäckhlin(Jacob (Jägglin) ben David, Meyer)
Schmulin(Samuel (Schmuli) ben Kalonymos, Gugenheimb)
Abraham(Abraham ben Judah, Weyl)

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