Abstracted from 61/14178: Proceedings of the Stühlingen Municipal Court, 1728-1745.

1730-02-23Johann Beringer, alderman, representing mayor Hans Faller, sells Marum Weyl, protected Jew in Stühlingen and Donaueschingen, the house above the lower well with barn, stable, all belongings and a Baulege, bordering at top to Johannes Schelderle, at bottom to the Church Lane near the school house, at front to the main lane (Hauptgaß) at the well, at rear to the small lane towards the town church (hinten an das Gäßle gegen der Stadtkirchen), plus a vegetable garden yonder the Upper Gate, bordering to the road to Eberfingen (etc.), for 937 fl. After this sale was agreed, Frantz Anthoni Faller, a son of seller, has applied for the right of first emption which has been granted him by the district office. Appeal was filed to the Fürstenberg-Stühlingen government, but before a sentence was made, the two parties have made an agreement whose background is hidden to the court, whereas Frantz Anthoni Faller refrained from his right and Marumb Weyl has, upon interposition of bailiff Frantz Anthoni Michels, paid Faller 200 fl. for such a renounciation and 15 fl. "discretion" for the wife, so the sale was made for 1152 fl. which Marum Weyl paid cash on the spot.

The following identified Jews are mentioned in this record:

Common NameFormal Name
Marumb Weyl(Meir (Marum, dicker) ben Samuel, Weyl)

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