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Abstracted from 61/12667: Proceedings of Stühlingen district, 1663-1667.

1663-08-27Calmelin and Menckhin´s servant are fined.
1663-10-05Jäckhle der Ältere of Stühlingen claims payment for grain. A counter-claim to Marum cannot be considered.
- Mr. Hanns Conradt Braun of Schaffhausen repeats his claims against Marum Jew Jeckhoff´s son. The Jew refers to the appeal he has filed.
1663-10-10Marum Jew Jeckhoff´s son changes a farm in Eberfingen for another one in this village.
1663-11-15Marum Jew Jeckhoff´s son claims payment for a horse and files many more claims.
- Schmuell Jew claims payment for a horse.
- Sallmele Jew claims payment.
1663-11-16Menckhe Jew, claim about a deposited (verstelltes) calf.
1663-11-22Kallmele claims payment (several cases).
1663-11-29Mr. Robert Mallet of Geneva sues Marum Jew Tochtermännlin, now his son Sandell Weyl of of Stühlingen, for payment of merchandize worth 53 florins. Defendant does not consider himself an heir of his father, but is willing to pay.
- Menckhe claims payment of 232 florins capital from Hans Kromer called Kägell in Mauchen. 100 florins of this amount belong to his brother Hirtzli in Tiengen.
- Menckhe files two more claims.
1663-12-20Lehemann Hertzlin´s son claims payment.
- Borach Jew of Tiengen, several claims.
- Seeligmann of Stühlingen claims payment.
- Menckhe of Stühlingen claims payment (several cases).
- Kalmele of Stühlingen claims payment (two cases).
1664-01-10Menckhe claims payment for himself and his (unnamed) brothers.
1664-01-17Schmuli Jew Hürtzlin´son, mutual account.
1664-02-07Lämblin of Tiengen claims payment.
- Lämblein Weyl of Tiengen, same.
- Menckhe of Stühlingen claims payment.
- Lämblein of Tiengen claims payment.
- Appear Marum Jew Jeckhoff´s son, Karmele (sic), Seeligmann, Jonas, and Lämblin all Jews of Stühlingen and Tiengen, respectively, as the heirs of late Jew Jäckhoff in Stühlingen, and declare that a debt to their grandfather and father-in-law Jäckhoff, respectively, has been paid.
- Jäggelin Jew in Stühlingen, claim.
- Lehemann Jew in Stühlingen, mutual account.
1664-02-14Sandel Jew, son of Marum Tochtermännlin, acknowledges payment.
1664-04-02Claim by the heirs of Marum Tochtermännlin.
1664-04-28Jäggelen Jew acknowledges payment.
1664-06-03A man is fined for beating Sandel Jew at a footbridge near Weizen.
1664-06-05Lehemann Jew Hürtzlin´s son, mutual account which included a claim by his father Hürtzle Jew.
1664-06-23Jacob Haug, innkeeper in Stühlingen, sues Jew Salomon in "Igglingen" to refund penalty whicb the innkeeper had to pay many years ago in behalf of the Jew. The matter is outdated (verjährt).
- Brawl between Jews Jonas and Schmuell (who seems to be an old man).
1664-07-10Josias (Blarer?) Jew of Lenglau claims payment.
- When the people of Stühlingen had to do transportation for the army around 1635, Mayerle had to provide a horse which was changed for another one. His son Menckh, Jew of Stühlingen, now claims refund. Two witnesses are being interrogated.
- Marum Jew Jeckhoff´s son, mutual account.
- Seeligmännlein, claim.
- The heirs of Marum Jew Dochtermännlin claim 253 fl.
1664-07-21Callmele Jew, partial transfer of a claim.
1664-08-21Seelligmännlein claims 342 florins.
1664-10-15The case between Mr. Johann Conradt Braun of Schaffhausen and on the other side Marx Henlen called Sießkhindt and Marum Jew Jeckhoff´s son was decided by an assmbly of counsellours and officials which happened to be in Stühlingen. Marum is to pay the entire amount but may do so by installments (a long matter).
1664-11-06Menckhe Jew files a claim.
- Calmele, questionable validity of coins.
1664-11-13Jäckhlin of Oberlauchringen, claim after a cow deal.
1664-11-19Calmele is fined for beating his maidservant bloody.
1664-11-20Marum called Tochtermännlin, update of a mutual account of 21.01.1659.
- Jonas, mutual account.
- Jägglin der Ältere of Stühlingen claims payment.
- Calmele claims payment (several cases).
1664-12-04Mayerle Jew in Endingen in the County of Baden claims payment.
- Daniel Meyerlin Jew of Oberlauchringen is to take back a deposited bull.
- Seeligmendtlin and Callmele brothers Jews in Stühlingen claim payment of 80 florins plus interest since 1635.
1664-12-05Jäckhlin Weyl der Eltere and Menckhe Mayer both protected Jews in Stühlingen cannot pay a debt of 100 florins and cede a claim instead.
- Marum Jew Jechkoff´s son is due real estate purchase tax for a field.
1664-12-18Callmele, quarrel after a cow deal.
- Marum Jew Jeckhoff´s son, mutual accounts.
- Menckhe Jew claims payment.
- Menckhe Mayer claims payment.
1664-12-19Marum Jew Jäckhoff´s son, claim and receipt.
- Sandel Jew, mutual account.
- Sandel Jew representing the heirs of Marum Jew Tochtermännlin, mutual account.
1665-01-15Isac Jew of Lenglau files a claim.
- Claims by Menckhe and Callmele.
1665-02-12Claims by the sames.
1665-02-13Marum Jew Jäckhoff´s son, interrogation of witnesses after a horse deal.
1665-02-19A claim by the heirs of Marum Tochtermännlin.
1665-02-20A claim of 93 florins by the heirs of Jäckhoff Jew is to be shared among the four (sic) heirs, namely Marum Jew, Jonas Jew, Joseph Jew of Lenglau, and Schmuli´s two sons by the name Seeligmann and Kallmele, which two only have one share in common. (A long matter with some more claims on the subsequent pages).
- Marum Jew Jäckhoff´s son acknowledges two payments, one of them in behalf of Schachlin Jew.
1665-02-26Seeligmann and Calmele brothers, horse trade matter.
- Sames, claim.
1665-02-27Upon complaint of Seeligmann and Kallmele Jews appears defendant Christian Fessler with some witnesses, to prove that 80 florins claimed on 04.12.1664 were paid to plaintiffs´ father Schmul Jew in Hallau. The horse deal with Schmul seems to has happened around 1624.
1665-03-05It is officially confirmed that Menckhe of Stühlingen has no claim to Hanns Jacob Bentel, which claim pretendedly originated from his father Mayerlin.
1665-03-12Sandel Jew of Stühlingen, representing the Marum Jew Tochtermännlin heirs, files a claim.
- Marum and Mauschele negotiate about a claim originating from Marum Jew Tochtermännlin.
- Menckhe files a claim.
1665-04-08Marum Jew Jeckhoff´s son has sold a field.
1665-04-15Schmulin sells grain and a goat.
1665-05-13The heirs of Schachman claim payment of 75 florins less what has been paid since 1642.
1665-06-05Calculation of a claim of the Jeckoff heirs, namely Marum Jew in Stühlingen, Jonas Jew in Stühlingen, Joseph Jew in Lenglau and Selligmänlin and Khelmel (the latter ones claim one share in common).
- This matter continued. Marum owes 277 florins for the purchase of a house in Tiengen. This amount is compensated with his claim of 77 florins as above.
1665-06-12Court decision after a horse trade of Menckhe.
1665-07-03Menckhe declares that late Andreas Rachstetter, last of Schwerzen, has bought a house from his father Mayerlin for 200 florins according to the court proceedings of 1665. The price was never paid. (A long matter with the interrogation of a witness).
1665-10-29Marum Jew Jeckhoff´s son files a claim.
- Thoma Vössler of Schwaningen was summoned upon request of Jews Seeligman and Khahlmele, with reference to the proceedings of 04.12.1664 and 27.02.1665. Vössler, aged 85, tells about a horse deal when Schmull Jew was in Hallau, escaping the war (auf der Flucht).
1665-10-30Menckhe for himself and the heirs of his brother Faistlin, mutual account.
1665-11-02Sentence in the Seeligman and Khahlmele matter.
1665-11-05Marum Jew Jeckhoff´s son, mutual account with mention of Schachman´s heirs, Jonel/Jonas, Selligman and Khalmele in behalf of their father Schmueli, and Joseph´s heirs in Lenglau.
1665-11-12Daniel Mayer, Jew in Oberlauchringen, horse deal.
- Jonas claims payment.
- Seeligmann is sued in behalf of a cellar below his house, but absolved.
1665-12-03Menckhe claims payment (several cases).
- Marum, mutual account.
- Kholmele claims payment.
1665-12-10Marum acknowledges payment.
- The heirs of Schachman claim payment, with reference to 13.05.1665.
- Jäckhlin Wiel der Ältere, Jew in Stühlingen, claims payment, with reference to the proceedings of 14.11.1652.
1665-12-17Schmuell claims payment for a gun.
- Same claims payment for a horse.
1666-01-12Isacc Jew Leheman´s son of Lenglau is being paid, and a claim is confirmed.
1666-01-14Jäckhlin Weyl, with reference to the proceedings of 10.12.1665 and the statement of a witness.
- A claim of Calmele is confirmed.
1666-01-21Jonus Jew of Stühlingen sues Augustin Bühlmann of Mauchen for attacking him in his (plaintiff´s) house.
- Sandl claims payment, with reference to the proceedings of 18.12.1664.
- Final agreement in the matter between Seeligman and Khallmele Jews of Stühlingen against Christian Fessler of Schwaningen.
1666-02-04Menckha Jew for himself and the heirs of his brother Fäustlin claims payment, with reference to the proceedings of 28.01.1666.
- Khalmele and Seeligmann acknowledge payment.
- Leeman claims payment for a horse.
1666-02-08Marum Jew Jäckhoff´s son claims payment.
1666-02-11Kalmele Jew in Stühlingen claims payment.
1666-02-18Hürtzlein Jew of Tiengen, same.
- Jäckhlin Wiell der Ältere, mutual account and additional claim with reference to a debtor´s probate record of 25.12.1634. "If plaintiff ought to be called to the Blessed Land between now and Martinsmas (11.11.1667) according to his hope ....".
- Mencke claims 495 florins from Hans Grüesser in Mauchen.
1666-02-25Jüdele of Oberlauchringen claims payment, with reference to the proceedings of 30.01.1659.
- Jüdtelein of Oberlauchringen and Kallmele of Stühlingen, mutual account.
- Kalmele and Seeligann Jews claim payment.
- Menckhe claims payment, with reference to the proceedings of 16.03.1665.
1666-02-26Jäckhlin/Jäggelin Wiell der Ältere, mutual accounts.
1666-03-11Peter Rebmann of Mauchen is fined for calling Marum Jew a lyer at court.
- Marum Jew Jäckhoff´s son as cessionary of his son-in-law Jacob Newenburger Weyl files a claim. Comment: it is uncertain if this Weyl means weiland (deceased, in this case it is usually put before the name) or if it refers to the Weil surname, although Jacob bore the Newenburger surname.
- Marum Jew Jäckhoff´s son, mutual accounts.
- This Marum acknowledges payment for himself and representing his son-in-law Jacob Newenburger (not the case above).
1666-03-18Schmuelle and Leehemann brothers make a mutual account with a debtor.
- Menckhe files claims for himself and for the heirs of his brother Fäustlin.
1666-03-30Jäckhlin Wiell der Ältere sells a horse for 100 florins. The price is to be paid when seller or his heirs or heirs´ heirs ought to travel to the Holy Land in Palestine.
1666-04-01Kalmele Jew claims payment.
- Marum Jew is fined a florin for calling Jacob Reebmann of Mauchel a lyer.
1666-04-06Lemlein of Tiengen is to be paid.
- Decision about a claim of Jäckhlein der Alte, Jew in Stühlingen.
- A debt of 280 florins to Jägglin Will der Ältere is acknowledged.
1666-04-08Seeligmann and Kallmele Jews brothers make an agreement with a debtor.
- David of Oberlauchringen, mutual account.
1666-05-06Menckhe Jew sells a meadow further.
1666-05-19Marum Jew Jäckhoff´s son, transfer of a claim and sale of five bulls. The buyer is to pay immediately in case Marum will travel to the Blessed Land.
1666-05-21Jäckhlin, mutual account.
1666-05-31Menckhe Jew of Stühlingen presents two witnesses in behalf of the Rachstetter house in Eberfingen.
1666-06-13Thony Homburger the cooper of Lembach was sentenced tower for saying to Menckhe that the Jews have better chances at court "weil sie sich halben ließen".
1666-07-23Marum Jew Jäckhoff´s son, transfer of a claim.
- Menckhe Jew of Stühlingen represents his brother Davidt of Oberlauchringen in a horse trade matter.
1666-09-02Callmele, cow trade matter.
1666-09-17and cedes a claim of 380 florins. With mention of an intended trip to Palestine.
- Same, claim of 143 florins with a similar condition.
1666-09-29The servant of Marum is fined for attempted fraud.
1666-11-04Hans Ulrich Siblin of Lembach promises to pay a debt to Marum Jew Jäckhoff´s son within three years. If the Jewish community (Gemeine Judenschaft) will travel to Palestine, the land of their hope, then payment will be due immediately.
1666-11-18Marum, contract about a deposited cow.
- Kallmele for himself and representing his brother Seeligmänlein acknowledges payment.
1667-01-18Marum Jew Jäckhoff´s son gets a field as payment of a 240-florins-claim.
1667-01-28Menckhe owes 116 florins to the Tscherni heirs.
1667-02-01Schmuel claims payment of 98 florins.
1667-02-03Hürtzlin Mayer, claim of 100 florins.
1667-02-04Marum Jew Jäckhoff´s son is to be paid.
1667-02-11Marum Jew Jäckhoff´s son sets all his claims, cattle, house and movables as a security for claims by Mr. Thobias Weegerich von Bernnau, guild master of Schaffhausen. Marum acts for himself and for Schmuel and Seegligmänlin (sic) Jews of Stühlingen.
- All the Jews of Stühlingen acknowledge a debt of 360 florins to Mr. Thobias Weegerich von Bernnau.
1667-03-10Marum Jew acknowledges payment.
1667-03-14Lord (Jr.) Johann Ludwig Bayer claims 180 from Leheman Jew of Schwerzen, but now from his warrantor (Promissor) Marum Jew Jäckhoff´s son in Stühlingen.
- Sandel will be paid.
- Kalmele gets grain and leather for payment.
- Marum Jew Jäckhoff´s son instead of his former son-in-law and heir Jacob Newenburger acknowledges payment.
1667-03-18Menckhe Jew has beaten Kalmele Jew bloody. The case is transferred to a Rabbi because of the Hebrew injuries.
- Christian Lachenmann of Lembach owes Jägglin Wiell der Ältere 1076 florins.
1667-03-31Adam Fridlin of Eberfingen owes Marum and Jonas, brothers, Jäckhoff´s sons, 300 florins. The debt is transferred to his brother Joseph Fridlin.
- The debts of Hans Mahler in Untereggingen include Seeligmann30 fl. Marum Jew Jäckhoff´s son 33 fl. Seeligmann16 fl. Kalmele 3 fl. Menckhe 26 fl. Marum Jew in Tiengen 5 fl. Jonaes 3 fl. Jäckhlin der Ältere 2 fl.
- Marum of Stühlingen is to be paid for a deposited but neglected bull.
1667-04-01Marum Jew Jäckhoff´s son claims 151 fl.
- and 102 fl.
1667-04-10Calmele and Seeligmann, mutual account.
- Menckhe claims payment.
- Lehemann of Schwerzen, mutual account.
1667-04-15Marum Jew Jäckhoff´s son sells a meadow
- and another one.
1667-04-21Abraham Jew Lehenman´s son in Stühlingen (sic) claims 10 fl.
- Menckhe, mutual account.
1667-05-04Leheman will be paid 32 florins.
1667-07-26Isacc Lehman´s son in Lenglau sells his house (Hofstatt) in the village of Stühlingen for 80 florins.
1667-09-16End of this volume.

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