Identified Man

Tree Moses (Moschi) of Ofteringen is mentioned 35 times between 1599 and 1646. He died around 1618. His designation in the Stühlingen family tree is 'O1'.

Presumably, this is the Moses of Ofteringen mentioned by Rosenthal RR#4:. He paid protection tax in 1630 D63; 03.07.1630]. .

1599-02-20Mosay of Ofteringen was wrongly charged with theft of a broom by a man in Wutöschingen.
1611-07-10Hans Meyer of Horheim is thrown into prison for his deal with Mausch Jew of Ofteringen and fined three florins which he promised to pay this fall.
1611-12-19Daniel Hoz, innkeeper in Mauchen, obliges to pay 44 florins to Jew Mosin in Ofteringen by installments.
1612-05-08Mausche Jew of Ofteringen, same against one debtor.
1612-07-02Moschi of Ofteringen, claim.
1612-08-28#1: Mose Jew in Ofteringen, Q.
1612-12-03Mauschi Jew is to get a quantity of grain from Hanns Schenauer and looses the rest of his claim.
1613-04-16Mose Jew of Ofteringen has deposited a cow with late Hans Rambling who has sold it.
1613-05-21Mose Jew of Ofteringen repeats the claim about the deposited cow.
1613-06-04Mose Jew of Ofteringen, Q.
1613-09-10Mose Jew of Ofteringen is to refund Hans Schwartz of Schwerzen 5 florins expenses for a lawsuit.
1613-12-10Mosche Jew of Ofteringen claims payment for a horse.
1614-02-18Mosse Jew of Ofteringen claims payment of 27 fl. for a horse.
1614-04-22The heirs of Hanns Cappeller the Young in Griessen against Moschi Jew who has died in outlawry (this probably refers to Cappeller). Anlaittin is agreed.
1614-07-23Hoscha Jew in Ofteringen, deposited cow and claim.
1616-03-08Mausch Jew of Ofteringen sues Joseph Reckhemann of Geislingen for payment of 21 fl.
1616-04-12Mausch of Ofteringen is to accept wine as a payment from Joseph Reckhenmann of Geislingen. (The names clearly appear as Hosche and Mausch).
1616-10-04Mausche Jew of Ofteringen, Q.
1616-10-04Mausche Jew of Ofteringen, Q.
1616-11-08Mosche Jew of Ofteringen says Joseph Reckhenmann has not paid him so far.
1616-11-08Mosch Jew of Ofteringen sues (whom?) for payment of 74 fl. for grain and is willing to wait some more time for the payment of horses.
1616-11-22Moschi Jew of Ofteringen sues Sixt Weissenberger as a warrantor of his sister for payment of 21 fl.
1616-12-13Mosche Jew of Ofteringen has not appeared the third time, so Sixt Weissenberger is absolved.
1617-01-31Mausch Jew of Ofteringen sues Jerg Weisenberger of Erzingen for payment of 40 fl.
1617-04-04Mosch Jew of Ofteringen sues Jung Their Ernsperger of Öschingen for payment of 33 fl.
1618-03-06The heirs of Mosch Jew in Ofteringen sue Jung Their Erensperger of Öschingen for payment of 36 fl. and apply for outlawry.
1618-05-29The heirs of Jew Mausch in Ofteringen sue Jung Theis Erensperger for payment. Debtor has redeemed himself from outlawry.
1618-09-25Decision in the matter of Mausch´s heirs.
1618-09-25The heirs of Jew Mausch in Ofteringen against Theis Ernsperger.
1618-12-11Mausch Jew of Ofteringen sues Hans Reckhemann and Hans Mülhaubt.
1630-03-07Mauschi Jew of Horheim is to pay 6 florins protection fee for the passed year, plus interest.
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.
1630-06-13Mauschi of Ofteringen claims payment.
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.
1646-05-31Mosch Jew of Ofteringen says Joseph Reckhemann refused to pay by wine or money.

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