Seeligman ben Samuel II, Gugenheimb is mentioned 10 times between 1694 and 1742. His designation in the Stühlingen family tree is 'G188.8.131.52.2'. His father was Samuel (Schmul) ben Seligman, Gugenheimb.
Seeligmann ben Schmul the second was named after his grandfather Seeligman. He was under protection only once in 1706 [R475; 10.13.1706], and seemed to have lead a precarious life. He was fined frequenly. In 1723 he was reported as residing in Gailingen [R3061; 09.06.1723] . At issue was the support for Seeligmann`s parents Schmuli and his wife. Seeligmann seems not to have contributed. .
|1694-09-06||Mayer Bickard is fined for beating the boy of Seeligmann (Smuhler?).|
|1695-01-04||The boy of Seligman Schmulin. The son of Joseph Callmelin. The son of Jossel Marum. The son of Johnas Marumb. Isac Bickhart. Mausche. Lew. Sandel. His son Marum. Abraham. Schmuli Seligman`s son. Jew Jakhlin`s son. Jossel Jew (twice). Jossel`s boy. Calmelin`s son Joseph (all at Stühlingen on.|
|1706-10-13||Seeligmann, Schirm- und Satzgeld: 15 fl|
|1715-05-07||Seeligmann Schmulis Sohn 2 fl. wegen Ungehorsams.|
|1723-09-06||Josel Levi, protected Jew in Sulz, was in the Adler (inn) in the presence of Jews Leib and Marum Weyl both protected Jews and of Schmuli Gugenheimb and his son Langjossel. He accused Langjossel of not supporting his father (Vatter, probably not Vetter) said Schmuli and his mother who are to move about in the country in deepest poverty for considerable time. Due to the natural and divine law, Jossel is obliged to support his parents, so plaintiff as a brother of Jossel´s mother applies that the court sentences him to maintain his parents. Defendant replies that he is not the only child, but has three siblings, namely Seeligmann in Gailingen, Lia in Sulz and Schönele in Bolsheim in Alsace, disregarding the other relatives. He is willing to contribute to board and clothes for his parents, but one cannot demand that solely he comes up with that as he needs his things for himself and has nine living children. He proposes (appeal to) the Jewish ceremonies if plaintiff Josel is not content with this declaration. Josel Levi replies that defendant is the oldest born child and thus obliged to maintain the parents, and collect contributions from his younger siblings. It is not feasible to maintain the parents at separate and alternating places. Josel again wants to convey this matter to the Jewish ceremonies. Interim decision: Langjossel is given a month time to make an agreement with his siblings about the maintainance of their parents, or let this be disputed by the Jewish ceremonies, to avoid 10 Reichstaler penalty.|
|1726-02-22||The following Jews are fined for leaving the common (overland) road when welcoming a newly-arriving groom: Salamon Weyl Marum´s son, Faisel Gugenheimb, Isac Bloch, Marx Bloch, Jonas Gugenheimb, Abraham Bloch, Isac Bolack, Seeligmann Gugenheimb, Marum Gugenheimb, Moyses Bloch, Schmule Weyl as their leader, Jacob Weyl same.|
|1735-08-05||Seeligmann Gugenheimb 2 fl. 40 Kr.|
|1741-10-27||Seeligmann Gugenheim, horse trade matter.|
|1741-10-27||Seeligmann Gugenheimb 1 fl. 30 Kr.|
|1742-05-25||Seligmann Guggenheim, cow deal.|