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Abstracted from 61/7057: F├╝rstlich Schwarzenbergisches Judicial Protokoll (Tiengen), 1694-1695.


1685-09-06Sandel Jew of Stühlingen claims payment of 44 fl.
1694-01-02Haium Jew of Gailingen is sued after a horse deal (a long matter). With a statement by Israel Uhlmann of Tiengen.
1694-02-03This matter continued.
1694-02-09The heirs of Isaac Bickhert "von Aügbund" claimed 600 fl. from Adam Wührtenberger in Küsnach and ceded this claim to Josel in Stühlingen. Debtor pays 314 fl. cash and buys this claim back.
1694-09-09The son of Jew Schimmel in Clingnau has bought a horse in the St. Blasien dominion and carried it to Switzerland without paying transit customs.
1695-08-23Lemberle Weil of Stühlingen, mutual account.
- This Lemberle Weil of Stühlingen, representing the heirs of Meuschele Weil, presents a document of 07.02.1670 whereas Stophel Weisenberger owed 27 fl. The son Caspar Weisenberger refuses to pay and says he never heard of such a debt and adds, if there had been such a claim, the father had paid it a long time ago, and it must have happened what is often observed, namely that the Jews do not issue (revert) the documents in order to defraud the Christians. Defendant is to prove within a quarter year that his father did not owe anything to the Jews, or that such a claim has been paid. Weisenberger obliges to pay 2 fl. of a debt of 4 fl. to such Jew soon.
1695-10-17Mauschele Jew of Endingen claims payment of 14 fl.
1695-11-18Agreement in the matter Caspar Weisenberger of Öschingen and Lämperle Weyl, with mention of his brother Ephraim.



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