Identified Man

Tree Jacob (Jäggelin) ben Judah Weyl is mentioned 208 times between 1623 and 1677. He died around 1675. His designation in the Stühlingen family tree is 'R1.1'. His father was Judah (Leman), Weyl - Patriarch.

Jäggle paid protection tax in Stühlingen from 1629 to 1675. His father is Leman [R1623; 06.15.1628]. He married the widow of Schalom (Schachmann) Gugenheimb [R1949; 03.20.1653]. It is likely that Schachmann`s widow, the daughter of Meir ben Jacob Bloch `Kehlen` is mentioned in [R938; 01.13.1691] . Jäggle died in 1675 [R4682; 07.12.1675] , and in 1676 Eljakim (G tschel) II received protection in his place for two years [R52; 01.01.1676. Jägglin loaned money. The family name `Weyl` first appeared in 1660 [R3797; 03.15.1660]. .

1623-03-25Hans Pfeiffer, married but still not of age, has taken credits from the Jews Meyerle, Zacher, and Jäckhli the young (dem Jungen). With a mortgage title about 200 florins taken from Meyer Jew of Stühlingen (with a Hebrew endorsement).
1628-06-15Leman, powerholder of his son Jäggle Jew.
1629-02-01Claims to Hanns Rebmann called Gussi: Jäggle Jew 134 fl. Hürtzle Jew 60 fl. Meierle Jew 8 fl. Jecoff Jew 8 fl. Cost 1 fl. Isaac 4 fl. + 3 fl. The heirs of Sannel Jew 15 fl. Judele Jew of Ofteringen 30 fl. + 5 fl.
1629-02-08Jäggle and Leman Jews have been paid by Adam Müller and have no more claims.
1629-02-22Jäggle Jew Leman´s son, claim after a horse trade.
1629-04-19Claims by Jeggle Jew Leman´s son, Sannel, and Jäggle, and in a subsequent list Jeggle, Hürtzle, Judtele, Meierle, Sannel´s heirs, Jäcoff, and Isacc.
1629-05-31Jäggle, Leman, Cost and Hürtzle Jews are to deliver payment and grain to Schaffhausen.
1629-07-19Jeggle Jew is to pay 6 fl. protection fee for the Jew in Horheim.
1629-09-20Cases of Jeggle Jew and Hirtzle Jew.
1629-10-10Jäggle and Leman Jews are to pay.
1629-10-10Jäggle Jew Leman´s son is fined.
1629-11-08Among the creditors of Simon Rübelmann of Mauchen are Sannel Jew´s widow 5 fl. Jäcoff Jew 45 fl. Jäggle Jew 4 fl. Schwartz Judel Jew of Ofteringen 2 fl.
1629-11-15Jäggle is to be paid.
1629-11-22Daniel Hotz is to pay Jeggle Jew Leman´s son 15 fl. for the purchase of a cow except Hotz can prove that the Jew´s father has said (.. hard to understand).
1630-01-10Isaac Jew is ordered to redeem Thebus Ehrensperger from a quantity of wood due since 1622 for Jeggle Jew (hard to understand).
1630-01-10Jeggle Jew is to be paid.
1630-03-20With mention of Mauschi of Ofteringen, Schmol of Ofteringen, Hürtzle, Schachman, Josephle as powerholder of Sannel´s widow, Jäggle Jew Leman´s son.
1630-05-02Jeggle Jew Leman´s son is to be paid.
1630-06-20Jeggle Jew Leman´s son sues Hanns Bucher for stealing fish.
1630-06-20Jeggle Jew Leman´s son and Heini Alperth, mutual claims (a long matter).
1630-07-18Jeggle is to pay 6 fl. for a field.
1630-09-26Jeggle Jew Leman´s son, verbal injuries.
1630-12-11Jeggle, final claim.
1631-01-16Heini Meier of Horheim and Jew Jäggle are to make a mutual account.
1631-03-13Jeggle Jew, questionable debt.
1631-03-27Claims to Georg Schäfler of Obereggingen: Judele Jew of Ofteringen 10 fl. Jägle Jew in Stühlingen 3 fl. Jäcoff Jew 5 fl.
1631-03-27Jeggele Jew is fined for not appearing at court.
1631-04-10Mutual account between Bastian Geisin and Jeggle Jew as guardian of Sannel´s widow.
1631-04-17Jeggle may confiscate lands in order to get paid.
1631-05-22Jeggle Jew is to pay Daniel Würth by grain.
1631-07-03Jeggle Jew claims payment.
1631-07-31Georg Frickh is to pay 25 florins to Jeggle, representing a Jew of Hagenthal, after a horse trade.
1631-08-14Anna Rahm of Hallau, wife of Clewe Gluntzer, says that Jew Jeggle´s brother Sannel has loaned her 12 florins of which she has returned 10 florins within 12 weeks, and now one does not want to return four cups to her which she had left as a pawn. Jeggle says the 10 florins were used to satisfy another claim.
1631-08-28Jeggle, brother-in-law of Sannel´s widow, is to pay or bring up better evidence.
1631-09-14Leman Jew promises to pay 92 florins which his brother Cost is due, being a debtor and warrantor, and Jeggle declares himself superior warrantor, but only after Leman will have been banished (vertrieben).
1631-09-25Claims to Jeger Caspar: Jeggle and Sannel 30 fl. Jacoff 3 fl.
1631-10-02Creditors of Matheis Widmann. Hirtzle 101 + 5 fl. Leman 60 + 6 fl. Jecoff 100 + 5 + 5 + 89 fl. Sannel´s widow 80 + 8 + 7 fl. Jeggle 28 fl. Schmol 20 fl.
1631-12-05Debts of Daniel Hotz: Jacoff Jew 56 fl. Meierle Jew 200 fl. plus interest Sannel and Jeggle Jews 18 fl. Hürtzle Jew 12 fl.
1631-12-18Mutual claims between Jeggle and Hanns Conrad Hofacker.
1631-12-18Jeggle is ordered to pay 30 Kreuzer to the blind fiddler of Bonndorf in the name of his (Jeggle´s) Geschwey (a female in-law-relative, mostly the mother-in-law).
1632-02-18Bastian Schamner(?) and Jew Jeggle are fined for brawl.
1632-02-18Bastian Scherner Kyhnstockh, Leman and Jeggle Jews are fined for offending each others.
1632-03-31With mention of Jacoff, Hürtzle, Schachman, Jäggle, Judele (also called Judele of Ofteringen), Joseph, Sannel´s widow, Judele, Marum, Jäggle.
1632-12-01With mention of Jecoff (away from the country), Schmol representing his father Jacoff or Jecoff, Jäggle, Sannel´s widow, Schachman, Maierle, Judele Jud Mauschi Sohn, Schmul, Hirtzle.
1633-02-07The formal purchase contract is now made up. Mayor Hoffackher claims payment of 350 fl. which Cost owes him. Jeggle agrees to set all his property as a pawn as long as he has no further expenses.
1633-02-16With mention of Schachman, Meierle (wants to buy a house), Judele Moschai Sohn of Ofteringen, Jäggle, the servant of Sanel Jew´s widow Jew Jecoff´s son representing his father, Sanel´s widow, Jäggle, Hürtzle (sells a house with two gardens).
1633-04-25Among the creditors of miller Michael Alparth of Schleitheim are: Schmol Jew for himself and who is to report such to his father/cousin Jacoff (der solches sein Vater/ Vetter Jacoff berichten soll) Jeggle, Hürtzle and Schachman for themselves. They agree to postpone their claims for two years.
1633-11-24Mayor Hofacker, Jacob Köhl and Jeggle Jew are interrogated upon request of the Landgrave about events (during the invasion?) (and verbal injuries?).
1634-01-19Jeggle, Leman, and Meierle are to be paid.
1634-06-01Depositions in the matter between Leman Jew and one from Dillendorf, made by Löser Jew Jäggle´s servant (under a Jewish oath, with mention of Cost) and Hayum Jew.
1634-06-15Schirm- und Satzgeld: Jeggle, 15 fl
1634-06-24Jeggle zahlt an die Herrschaft 13 fl. 48 Kr. Fuhrlohn für Eisen.
1634-09-07Mutual account between Jerg Hertenstein and Hürtzle Jew, with mention of the widow and Jäggle, Lehemann´s son.
1634-10-12Claims against Felix Nüsslin of Lempach: Jacoff Jew 120 fl. Schachmann Jew 5 fl. + 8 fl. Hürtzel´s heirs 200 fl. Jeggle Jew 13 fl. Leman Jew 20 fl.
1635-03-26The mayor, magistrate and all the citizen claim that the Jews contribute a quarter of the expenses which the town is to pay for the soldiers. Jeggle, Meierle, Leman, Schachman, Eli, and Isaac the Jews do not agree to such a request (hard to read). The town claims 800 florins for now as the quarter share, but the Jews only offer 100 florins.
1635-06-24Ausgaben für Kontribution: Jeggle Jude erhielt 157 fl. ausgehändigt, um die Kontribution an Generalmajor Schafalitzki zu zahlen.
1635-07-01Jekoff, Schmule (1636 W), Meierle, Hürtzle, Leman, Isaac, Cost, Kyphe, Eli, Schachman, Jeggle, Samuel W., Marum
1636-02-11Mention of Schachman and Meierle and Jeggle.
1636-02-12Hayum, servant of Sannel´s widow, buys two parts of the house in which the widow has been living for a while. Said servant sells said house to Jeggle´s son (Marum?) (hard to read and to understand).
1636-06-15rückständigen Abgaben an Getreide in Schwaningen Jägle Jude
1637-02-19Jeggli claims 175 fl. from Jacob Aichkern of Wangen who admits to owe 143 fl.
1637-02-19Samel´s widow, who is present and assisted by Jeggle, claims 190 fl. from Aichkern with reference to the proceedings of 06.06.1635.
1637-02-26Jäggle, a cow trade 7 or 8 years ago.
1637-02-26Mutual account beteen Jacob Aichkern and Jew Jeggle.
1637-03-12Jeggle Jew, claims to Jacob Pantenrausch and Jacob Aichkern.
1637-03-30Jäggle Jew has sold a farm to Stophel Bercher whose son Conrad wants to sell it back after some time.
1637-04-02Jeggle Jew sues Stophel Schellenbuch.
1637-05-19Claims to Jacob Aichkern of Wangen by Jeggli (175 florins) and Samel´s widow, assisted by Jeggle (200 florins).
1637-06-06Jägle Jew sells lands for 588 fl.
1637-06-06Claims of Jägle and Meierle.
1637-11-12Jeggle claims 15 fl.
1637-11-12Jeggle is to prove that a claim is justified.
1637-11-19Claims by Jeggle and Judele.
1637-11-19Jacob Beckh der Jung claims 300 fl. from Jeggle Jew.
1637-11-19Meierle claims 9 fl. after a horse deal. Miscellaneous entrie about Jeggle, Jecoff, and Meierle are omitted from here onwards.
1638-03-30Schirm- und Satzgeld, je 15 fl. von Jeggle,
1638-07-01Schmol W., Jeggle, Meierle, Isaac, Cost, Leman, Hüzlis Weib u. ihr jetziger Mann Jekoff, Schachmann, Eli, Sannels Wte.,Marum, Kypha
1640-03-15Jeggle, Schirm- und Satzgeld: 15 fl.
1640-07-01Jakoff Hürzles Nachfahr und sein Weib, Jekoff, Schmol W., Meierle, Isaac, Cost, Lemann, Schachmann, Jeggle,Sannels W., Marum, Eli. Kypha
1641-03-18The sheriff of Untereggingen asks for a decision in the matter against Jäggle Jew Leman´s son.
1641-03-18Decision in the matter of sheriff Caspar Schwarber in Untereggingen against Jäggle Jew Leman´s son.
1641-03-26Jeggle, Schirm- und Satzgeld: 15 fl
1644-11-29Mutual account between Hirzle Jew´s son Leman, in the presence of Jeggle Jew, and sheriff Jacob Barth. With mention of Judele and Schachman (maybe at earlier times).
1644-12-17Jacob Platner of Wangen owes Jeggl Jew 57 fl.
1645-07-01Jekoff Hürtzles Nachfuhr, Jakoff, Schmol, Meierle, Isaac, Jeggle, Cost, Leman, Schachmann, Marum, Sannels W., Eli, Kypha
1646-04-26Jeggle Jew claims 365 fl. from Hanns Geisinger in Obermettingen.
1646-04-26Jeggle Jew claims 367 fl.2 Judele, agreement.
1646-12-17Claims by Jäggel Jew (and some more on the following pages).
1646-12-19Jeggle sells a house which he has acquired as a pawn.
1646-12-20Jeggle claims from Ulrich Mesmer? in Weizen 2 fl. loaned money plus 15 fl. for himself and Leman´s son which claim already considers (includes) a bag of grain worth 8 fl. handed over to the son, plus interest for nine years.
1647-03-07Claims by Jeckhoff Jew and Jäggle Jew against the same debtor.
1648-04-15Creditors of the estate of Balis Kienler are Jäggle Jew, Sandel Jew, Jeckhoff´s heirs.
1649-11-18Lemble Weil Jew, representing his father Jackle Jew, claims 118 fl. plus interest from Hans Geisinger of Obermettingen.
1650-03-03Same as powerholder of the heirs of Sandel, with mention of a paper read aloud by Jäckle a year ago.
1650-03-17A claim of Jäckle dated 16.06.1649.
1650-05-12Jäggle Jew, payment for a horse. Judele Jew represents the heirs of Sandel in a claim from Hanns Ambling in Horheim, dating of 04.12.1636. Marum Jew Jeckhoff´s son, claim.
1651-01-01Protection fee, paid by the Jews on 24.07.1650 (15 fl. each): Marum Juckhen (probably misspelled for Juden) Jeckhoff`s son. Marum`s son-in-law (Tochtermännlin). Mennckhe Mayerlin`s son. Lehmann Hirzli`s son. Schmul`s son Seligman. Jäggle. All together 90 fl. According to the previous invoice, Lehman owes 172 fl. protection fee, for which he yielded 11 claims to individuals in Stühlingen.
1651-01-01Protection fee, paid by the Jews on Easter 1651 (15 fl. each): Marum Jew Jeckhoff`s son. Marum`s son-in-law. Mayerle. Menckhen. Lehmann Hirzlin`s son. Schmuli Hirzlin`s son. Seeligman Schmuli`s son. Jäggle. All together 120 fl. Lehmann Jew, who had been living in "Coblitz" before, is to pay 2 fl. protection fee for being here for some weeks. Ißac Jew is to pay 191 fl. extant protection fee. Jäggle Jew owed 40 fl. penalty and Jeckhoff`s heirs owed 40 fl. such and did not deliver any down payment this time. Totel amount of protection fee collected in this fiscal year: 384 fl. 34 Kreuzer.
1651-01-01Ausgabe Geld um Einkauf Vieh und Pferd: Jägglin Jew sold a horse which the prince took to Bohemia for 84 fl.
1651-01-31Jäggle signs two receipts.
1651-02-07Declaraton of a witness upon request of Jäckhle Jew in Stühlingen.19 A witness declares that payment was made to Judele Jew in the name of Mayerle Jew. Menckhe contests this statement and says Judele has never been the moneycollector of his father.
1651-02-07Hans Güntert owes Jäggle Jew 171 fl.
1651-02-16Claim of Jäggle.
1651-03-23A meadow was sold further to Jäckhle Jew.
1651-03-23Marum, representative of the Schachman heirs, claims 75 fl. upon a contract of 05.04.1642. Marum also claims 371 fl. capital and 245 fl. interest. Jäggle Jew admits he has received payment from Jerg Hertenstein of Mauchen through his son-in-law Marum.
1651-07-01Marum Jekoffs Sohn, Marums Tochtermann, Mayerle, Menken Maierlins Sohn, Lehmann Hirzlins Sohn, Schmul Hirzlins Sohn, Seligmann Schmules Sohn, Jäggle
1652-01-15Claims by Jonas, Seligmann, and Lämble Jägglin´s son.
1652-01-16Judelle representing Jäggle signs a receipt.
1652-01-25Jäggle Jew signs a reeceipt
1652-02-06Claims by Jäggle (Jäckhle) Jew
1652-02-06Several claims by Jäggle. Claims to Küffa Jew whom Jäggle has redeemed from arrest in Klingnau. Guardian Jäggle may not pay anything before a court decision.
1652-04-23An Ostern 1652 zahlen je 15 fl. Satzgeld: Marum Juden Jeckhen Sohn. Jonas Juden Jeckhoffen Sohn. Marum Juden Tochtermännle. Mayerle. Menckhen. Lehmann Juden Hirzlins Sohn. Schmuli Juden Hirzlins Sohn. Seligman Juden Schmulins Sohn. Jäggle Jude. Isac schuldet laut Rechnung von 1649 noch 191 fl. Schutzgeld, woran er nichts bezahlt hat. Ebenso zahlte Jäggle nichts an 40 fl. Strafe und Jeckhoffen Erben nichts an 40 fl. Strafe.
1652-05-23Among the creditors of Michel Eberlin of Schwaningen are Jeckhoff´s heirs, Schmul´s heirs (both since 1637), Schaahli´s heirs, Lemelin (since 1633), and Jägglin.
1652-11-14Jäggle, mutual account.
1652-11-14Claims of Marum called Tochtermännlin, Jäggle, Mayer, Marumb,
1653-02-22Claims by Menckhen, by Marum in behalf of the heirs of Jeckhoff, and by Jäggle, Kipha (absent), and Lehemann.
1653-03-06Jäggle Jew, claims.
1653-03-20A claim by Marum Jew Jeckhoff´s son and Salomon Jew in behalf of Schachman Jew. Schachman´s widow is now the wife of Jew Jägglin.
1653-03-27Moises Jew representing his father Jägglin Jew acknowledges payment.
1653-09-29Jäggli Jew acknowledges payment.
1654-01-05Claims of Jäggle Jew.
1654-04-17Lemele Jew Jägglin´s son of Tiengen, claim.
1655-04-08Creditors of Hans Obser´s estate: The heirs of Jew Schachman, the heirs of Jew Sandel, Jaggle Jew, the heirs of Jeckhoff Jew, the heirs of Mayerle Jew, the heirs of Fahl Jew, the heirs of Leheman Jew Old.701 Debtors of this estate: Jäggle Jew, the heirs of Schachman, the heirs of Sandel, Lehemann Jew Old, the heirs of Jeckhoff Jew, the heirs of Mayerle Jew, the heirs of Fahl Jew.
1655-07-01Jägglin Jude. „Dieses ist auch Rauchhaber von einem Häusle zu Schwaningen, so vor vielen Jahren abgangen, derowegen er sich hierzu nicht verstehen will“.
1656-03-23Debts of Jäggle Jew the Old (der Alte).
1656-06-08Jäggle Jew the Old, ledger.
1656-10-17In Jäggle Jew´s house is Sallmele since Pentecost. With Jonele Jew is his son-in-law Callmele Jew. In the house of Jew Leman is the widow of old Leman.
1656-10-17Menckhe Jew. The widow of Faistle Jew. Jäggle Jew. Lehmann Jew Hirzlin´s son. Schmulle Jew. Seligmann Jew.
1656-10-17In this context, Jew Marumb´s son-in-law declares: When he came into the country 25 years ago, there was a Jew at Bechtersbohl (with certain customs then compared with the current ones). With statements by Marumb Jew and Menckhe Jew. All the Jews authorize Jäggle to conduct the matter for them.
1657-01-07Old Jäggle Jew here, ledger.
1657-01-25Jäggle Jew, Marum Jew, Marum Jew´s son-in-law, and Lemblin Jew of Tiengen are involved in compensation payments.
1657-04-19Menggen Jew of Stühlingen, creditor. Jäggle Jew brother of Menggen, same. Judelle Jew of Lauchringen, same.
1657-08-16Salomon, sehr arm, der sich ein dreiviertel Jahr in Jägglins Haus aufgehalten hat, laut Protokolls vom 16.08.1657 5 fl.
1657-11-14Jäggle Jew is to pay. Marumb Jew, claim.
1658-03-15Auf Ostern 1658 liefern je 15 fl. Satzgeld: Marum Juden Jeckoffen Sohn für sich und seinen Tochtermann (zus. 30 fl.), Jonas Jude für sich und seinen Tochtermann Kalmele (zus. 30 fl.), Marum Juden Tochtermännle (15 fl.), Mayerle Juden zwei Söhne Menckhe und Jäggelin (zus. 30 fl.), Hirzlin Juden zwei Söhne Leheman und Schmuli (zus. 30 fl.), Seligmann, Jögglin der Alt.
1659-01-09Marum Jew Jecoph´s son is to pay a debt to Jew Jäckhlin.
1659-02-27Jäckhlin Jew, ledger.
1659-05-13Mutual account between the Pletscher heirs and Jew Jäckhlin.
1659-12-19Jäckhlin Jew, claims.
1660-01-08Jäckhlin Jew is to be paid by several debtors.
1660-01-29Jäckhlin Jew, claim.
1660-01-29Jäckhlin Jew is to be paid (2 entries).
1660-03-15Jäckhlin Weyl, Jew in Stühlingen, files a against the Caspar Ehrensperger heirs.
1660-04-03Quarrels between the Jewish community, Jacob Nöwenburger and Calmeli Jew, about the ceremonies, with mention of Cost´s wife. The matter is postponed until a Rabbi comes here. The two young Jews (probably J. N. and C.) are to deposit 6 Reichstaler and continue with their Easterly ceremonies. Calmelin is fined 3 pounds because he called Jäckhlin, an old man, a lyer in the public.
1660-05-31Extant payments by Marum Jew`s heirs, Marum Jew`s son-in-law (Tochter-männle), Lehmann Jew the old (Alten) heirs, Kalmele, Jäggle the old (Alt), Schmuli Jew Hirzli`s son, and the Jews in general, all at Stühlingen.
1660-05-31Enthält ausstehende Zahlungen von Marum Juden Erben, Marum Jud Tochtermännle, Lehmann Juden Alten Erben, Kalmele, Jäggle Jude Alt, Schmuli Jude Hirzlis Sohn, und den Juden insgesamt, alle in Stühlingen.
1660-09-12Isac, claim of 25 fl. in behalf of the Jew of Oberlauchringen. A claim by Jäcklin is postponed.
1661-02-18Jäckhlin claims payment of some debts piled up since
1661-07-01Lehmann ist 1659 nach Schwerzen gezogen, Marum Jekoffs Sohn, Jonas, Kalmele, Marums Tochtermann, Menke, Jaggele, Menkins Bruder, Lehmann Hirzlins Sohn, Schmule Hirzlins Sohn, Seligmann Schmules Sohn, Jägglin der Alte
1661-10-26Jäggle Jew has bought a "Ferbin" for 29 fl. which his son Mauschele will pay.
1662-01-01(continued) Schmuli Jew Hirzlin`s son. Seeligmann Jew. Jägglin Jew the Old (der Alte). All together 170 fl. The Jews at Tiengen are to pay for the seventh time 20 fl. to the revenue office.
1662-01-01Marum Jew Jäckhoff`s son and Jäggle Jew are paid for transportation of wood.
1662-01-11Jäcklin Jew is to be paid.
1662-04-13Jäckhle buys grain and sets all his propety as a pawn for payment.
1662-05-04Jägglin Weyl sells grain, peas and beans.
1662-05-04Treasurer (Säckelmeister) Hurter of Schaffhausen claims 202 florins from Jägglin Weyl Jew in Stühlingen. The claim originates from 1640.
1662-05-08Jägglin Weyl of Stühlingen is secured payment for grain.
1662-08-04Reception of Jew Jagle in Rheinheim. (On the margin: Jäggle Jew) The servant of Jew Lembli here is accepted into protection and is allowed to settle in Rheinheim in the Küssenberg Valley, but may live in Oberlauchringen until another Jew will be accepted to Rheinheim. However, he is to move to Rheinheim before the next Zurzach Pentecost Market and maintain the inn in Rheinheim, if the dominion demands so, with his own wine or wine of the dominion. Reception fee is 10 fl. and annual protection fee is 10 fl.
1663-01-08Jägglin Alt gets paid 50 of 100 florins due.
1663-01-19Jäglin Alt, long mutual account with Hans Jacob Proz.
1663-02-27Marum, Jäckhle, Sandel, and Menckhen Jews are among the creditors of late Hans Bentz of Lembach.
1663-03-01Jäglin Alt sends his servant Davidt Jew to report that a claim to the community of Lembach was paid.
1663-03-14Jäckhlin Jew is fined six pounds for offenses against Jr. Heinrich Ziegler of Schaffhausen, and sentenced to recall them.
1663-03-15Folgende Juden zahlen auf Ostern 1663 je 17 fl. Satzgeld: Marum Juden Jeckhoffen Sohn. Jonas. Kalmele. Marum Juden Tochtermännlin. Menckhen. Jäggele Juden seinem Bruder. Leheman Juden Hirzlins Sohn. Schmuli Juden seinem Bruder. Seeligmann. Jägglin dem Alten. Die zu Tiengen wohnenden Juden zahlen 20 fl.
1663-03-15Jägglin der Alte hat Junker Hainrich Ziegler zu Schaffhausen vor Amt beleidigt und muß 4 fl. Strafe zahlen.
1663-10-05Jäckhle der Ältere of Stühlingen claims payment for grain. A counter-claim to Marum cannot be considered.
1664-02-04The Jews of Tiengen are obliged to write down horse and cattle sales. A long decree about this was communicated to Mauschele, Lemble and Borach Jews in Tiengen and Joggle Weyl of Stühlingen with the request to inform the other Jews about this.
1664-03-15Auf Ostern 1664 je 17 fl. von Marum Jud Jeckhoffen Sohn. Jonas. Kalmele. Marum Juden Tochtermannlis Sohn Sandell. Menckhen. Jäggele Juden seinem Bruder. Leheman Juden Hirtzlins Sohn. Schmuli Juden seinem Bruder. Seeligmann. Jägglin dem Alten.
1664-11-20Jägglin der Ältere of Stühlingen claims payment.
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.
1665-12-10Jäckhlin Wiel der Ältere, Jew in Stühlingen, claims payment, with reference to the proceedings of 14.11.1652.
1666-01-14Jäckhlin Weyl, with reference to the proceedings of 10.12.1665 and the statement of a witness.
1666-02-18Jäckhlin 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 ....".
1666-02-26Jäckhlin/Jäggelin Wiell der Ältere, mutual accounts.
1666-03-15An Ostern 1666 werden je 17 fl. Satzgeld bezahlt von Jäggle dem Alten, Marum Jeckhoffen Sohn, Jonas, Seeligmann, Kalmele, Mengge, Jäggele seinem Bruder, Leheman, Schmul und Sandell, zusammen zehn Haushaltungen.
1666-03-23Jäckhlin Wilt Jew the Older sells Jacob Bufler, blacksmith in Stühlingen, a farmstead upon which Bufler´s new house is now standing, for 45 fl.
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.
1666-04-06Decision about a claim of Jäckhlein der Alte, Jew in Stühlingen.
1666-04-06A debt of 280 florins to Jägglin Will der Ältere is acknowledged.
1666-05-21Jäckhlin, mutual account.
1667-03-15je 17 fl. Satzgeld von Jäggle Juden dem Alten, Marum Juden Jeckhoffen Sohn, Jonas, Seeligman, Kalmele, Menckhe, Jäggelle seinem Bruder, Leheman, Schmuli und Sandel.
1667-03-15Jäggle Jud der Alte zu Stühlingen zahlt 2 fl. für zwei Gänse, die er an Martini 1665 und 1666 zu liefern gehabt hätte.
1667-03-18Christian Lachenmann of Lembach owes Jägglin Wiell der Ältere 1076 florins.
1667-03-31The 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.
1667-04-28Jäckhlin Wiel the Older, Jew in Stühlingen, claims 900 fl. The pawn is a meadow which was just sold for 1000 fl.
1667-12-31Hönlin der arme Jud der früher in Horheim wohnte, Jägglin der Alte, Marum Jekoffs Sohn, Jonas, Seligmann, Kalmele, Menke, Lehmann, Schmule, Sandel, Abraham, Jäggeles Bruder
1668-01-01Extant protection fee of Hönlin, a poor Jew who has been living in Horheim before and last for a year in Stühlingen, 10 fl. On Easter 1667, the following 11 Jewish households paid a total of 187 fl. protection fee: Jägglin the Old (der Alte). Marum Jew Jeckhoff`s son. Jonas Jew. Seeligmann Jew. Kalmele Jew. Menckhen Jew. Jäggele his brother. Leheman Jew. Schmuli Jew. Sandel and Abraham Jews. The Jews at Tiengen are to pay 20 fl. for the thirteenth time. Marum and Schmuli Jews here are to deliver 2 fl. instead of two geese.
1668-01-01Jäggle Jew the Old sold hides for 33 fl. to the dominion.
1668-03-15An Ostern 1668 je 17 fl. von Jägglin dem Alten, Marum Juden Jeckhoffen Sohn, Jonas, Seeligmann, Kalmele, Menckhe, Jäggelle seinem Bruder, Leheman, Schmuli, Sandel und Abraham.
1668-10-08The trespassing permit for the Jews in Stühlingen is being withdrawn (aufgekündigt). They were late in paying the fees and did not apply for trespassing for three years. Old Jägli Weil of Stühlingen was informed about this decision.
1670-10-09Trespassing permit for Jews in order to collect their claims. With mention of Mauschele of Oberlauchringen, now in Lenglau. Volla Jew there Old Judele Jew Jäggle Jew, currently in Ofteringen Jaggle Jew of Rheinheim, now in Alsace. Gaiß Jagose Jew, currently in Endingen.
1670-12-29Jägglin Jewish servant (or: the servant of Jägglin) and the Jews Lehmann and Seeligmann are fined for riding overland on Christmas day.
1671-02-22Jäggle Weyl the Older claims payment of 675 fl.
1671-06-04Jäggle Jew claims 671 fl. according to the proceedings of 22.01.1671.
1672-02-19Jägglin Wiell the Older in Stühlingen, mutual account.
1673-02-21Jegglin Jew the Old acknowledges payment.
1673-03-09Jeggle Jew the Old acknowledges payment.
1673-03-15An Ostern 1673 je 18 fl. Satzgeld laut neuen Satzbriefs von Jäggle dem Alten, Marum Jeckofen Sohn, Fromele seinem Sohn, Jonas, Seeligmann, Kallmele, Menckhe, Jäggele seinem Bruder, Lehmann, Schmuli, Sandel, Abraham und Model.
1673-04-13Jackhlin Wiehl the Older acknowledges payment.
1673-05-29Jäggle Jew the Old acknowledges payment.
1674-01-22Jeckhlin Wiel the Older, Jew, is to be paid.
1674-03-15zahlten je 18 fl: Jäggle der Alt. Marum Jeckhoffen Sohn. Fromele sein Sohn. Jonas. Lew Jonasen Sohn. Seligmann. Kalmele. Menckhen. Jäggelle sein Bruder.
1675-03-15An Ostern 1675 je 18 fl. von Jäggle dem Alten, Marum Jud Jeckhoffen Sohn, Jonas, Lew Jud Jonasen Sohn, Seligman, Kalmele, Menckhen, Jäggele sein Bruder, Leheman, Hirzlin Jud Lehemans Sohn, Schmuli, Sandell, Modell.
1675-07-12The heirs of Jägglin/Jaggli in Stühlingen, several mutual accounts.
1676-01-01The protection fee of Hönlin, a poor local Jew who does not conduct business, but keeps school, is 5 fl. only. The following protection fees were due on Easter 1676: Götschell Jew for (im Namen) late Old Jägglin. Marum Jew Jeckhoff`s son. Jonas Jew. Lew Jew Johnas` son. Seeligmann Jew. Kalmele Jew. Menckhe Jew. Jäggle Jew Menckhe`s brother. Leheman Jew. Hirzle Jew Leheman`s son. Schmuli Jew. Ißan Jew Schmuli`s son. Sandell Jew. Abraham Jew. Modell Jew. Total of 15 protected Jews are due to pay 270 fl.
1676-03-15Satzgeld, je 18 fl. auf Ostern von Götschel im Namen des verstorbenen Alten Jägglins, Marum Jud Jeckhoffen Sohn, Jonas, Lew Jud Jonasen Sohn, Seeligmann, Kalmele, Menckhe, Jäggle Jud des Menckhen Bruder, Leheman, Hirzle Jud Lehemans Sohn, Schmuli, Isac Jud Schmulis Sohn, Sandell, Abrahamb, Modell.
1676-06-30The widow of Jägglin Jew the Old was paid.
1677-06-04Model Jew of Stühlingen representing the heirs of Jägglin Wiell Jew sells several lands for 164 fl., 300 fl., 65 fl. and 30 fl.

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