Identified Man

Tree Samuel (Schmul) ben Jacob, Gugenheimb is mentioned 62 times between 1616 and 1667. He died around 1637. His designation in the Stühlingen family tree is 'G1.2'. His father was Jacob (Jekuff) Patriarch, Gugenheimb.

Samuel ben Jacob was the son of Jacob the Patriarch. He died before Dec.1649 [R1781; 12.02.1649], but his estate matters continue until 1667. Samuel had protection in Stühlingen from 1641 to 1645. Between about 1624 and 1640 he lived in Hallau, Switzerland [R4055; 02.27.1665] (inoffically); according to some sources, this was related to the upheavals related to the 30-Year War [R4069; 10.29.1665]. Nevertheless, Samuel still had some occasional business in Stühlingen during this time. He mainly dealt in horses and cattle. His sons Seeligman and Kalonymos returned eventually to Stühlingen. Seeligman in 1651 and Kalonymos in 1656. Schmul`s wif was probably called Bessle [R1862; 12.07.1651]. The situation is clouded somewhat by other, overlapping individuals with the same Kinnui (Schmul, Schmuli, Schmol etc.). .

1616-02-08Schmol Jew of Stühlingen is granted delay.
1617-04-18Schmol Jew claims payment.
1617-12-12Schmull Jew sues Jeggle Halder for pretending plaintiff has lied to the local court in Öschingen.
1618-03-27Schmoll Jew sues Jeggle Halder of Öschingen for payment for two horses. Halders says the Jew has betrayed him and one horse is sick.
1618-09-25Schmoll Jew of Stühlingen sues Caspar Halder of Öschingen for payment of 50 fl.
1618-10-30Xander Jew of Stühlingen, representing Schmol Jew, sues Caspar Hallder and his brother.
1619-04-19Schmoll Jew in Stühlingen sues Caspar Zimmermann of Erzingen.
1629-04-19Georg Neuenburger and Jew Schmol have tossed each others.
1631-01-23Schmol is to be paid.
1631-02-15Jecoff and Schmol Jews, father and son, sue Michael Brugger for verbal injuries, menaces and brawl after a questionable meat trade. Brugger is fined 27 pounds, mainly because he was not willing to have the matter be decided by the court.
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.
1631-10-02Mutual account between Schmol and Michael Gleichauf.
1631-12-05Schmol Jew, horse trade matter.
1632-01-15Jacoff and Schmol Jews, father and son, had a quarrel with Michel Beugger, after a meat sale, which turned into a brawl. A long case with the interrogation of witnesses.
1632-01-23Jacob Heuß of Lembach is to pay his debts to Schmol Jew.
1632-02-16Jecoff and Schmol Jews are fined 4 florins, with reference to the proceedings of 15.01.16..
1632-02-16Jacoff and Schmol Jews are fined for starting a quarrel with Michel Beugger, as was described at the court session of 15.01.1632.
1632-04-28With mention of Schachman, Eli, Sannel´s widow, Jacoff, Schmol, Hürtzel, Josephle representing Sannel´s widow.
1632-10-13With mention of Schachman, Hürtzle, Schmol.
1632-11-03With mention of Schachman, Meierle, Schmol.
1632-11-04Jacob Heusser of Lempach is to pay a debt to Schmol.
1632-11-04Jerg Keller of Wangen owes Schmol Jew 58 fl.
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.
1633-02-03Eberfingen community obliges to restitute grain to Schmol Jew which he has delivered to the soldiers.
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.
1633-11-10Schmol is to pay for horse fodder.
1633-11-24A quarrel between Schmol Jew and Florentz Meier of Weizen about grain robbed by invading soldiers.
1633-11-24Schmol Jew is to be paid for a horse.
1633-11-24Schmol Jew is to be paid.
1633-12-15Schmol Jew is fined for not appearing at court.
1634-01-31Schmol Jew and Sannel´s widow contradict a mortgage on a debtor´s real estate.
1634-02-10Description of the debts of Johannes Pfeiffer. Meierle about 200 fl. Schachman about 120 fl. Jecoff Jew 58 fl. Schmol Jew 12 fl. The heirs of Hürzle Jew 9 fl. Eli(?) Jew Meierle´s son 27 fl. With a long negotiation about Schachman´s claim.
1634-03-30Schmol Jew acknowledges a payment.
1634-06-09Meierle, Schmol, Jecoff (same?).
1634-06-19Schmul son of Jecoff Jew offers 100 florins for some property of the town in Prestenegg.
1634-06-24Schmol Jude kauft 6 Klafter und Jeggle 4,5 Klafter Floßholz.
1635-01-31The town sells Jecoff Jew and his son Schmol the entire farm (of Scholderlin) for 640 fl.
1635-06-24Ausgaben der Herrschaft: 20 fl. die Schmol Jude geliehen hat.
1635-06-24Ausgaben für Frucht: Meierle Jude bekommt 709 fl. für 11 Malter Kernen (mit unklarem Eintrag über die Verrechnung dieses Betrags, wobei Jude Schmol genannt ist).
1637-03-05Jacob, representing his son Schmol Jew, claims 111 florins from Thoni Aichkern or rather from his warrant Jacob Aichkern who admits to be liable, but cannot pay.
1637-03-30Sale of lands to Schachman (79 fl.), Marum (32 fl.), Jecoff (45 fl.), Schmul´s heirs (80 fl.), Sannel (12 fl.)
1649-12-02Marum Jew Jecof´s son for himself and representing the heirs of Schmule acknowledges payment of 500 fl. from Marte Würth the tanner.
1650-04-28The heirs of Schmul, horse trade matter.
1651-03-22The heirs of Hirzlin claim 91 florins capital and 56 florins interest from the estate of Ottlin Fischer. Schachman Jew claims 79 florins for a meadow sold on 30.03.1637, less 19 florins already paid. This claim is to be paid in the following manner: 10 fl. by Marum Jew Jeckhoff´s son, 38 fl. by him and his father and brother Schmule, 12 fl. by the widow of Jew From in Ofteringen.
1651-11-20Schmul claims 44 fl. since 1632.
1651-12-07Marum files a claim in behalf of the heirs of his brother Schmul Jew. Marum presents a document which Bessle Jewess has preserved so far and has just handed over to the children.
1652-02-26Hanns Reebmann of Mauchen makes mutual accounts with the heirs of Jecoff for events since 1637 and with the heirs of Schmul.
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.
1652-12-11The heirs of Jeckhoff and Jew Schmul were paid 434 fl.
1652-12-12A claim of Schmul´s heirs and Jonas Jew.
1655-03-04The heirs of Schmull Jew, claim.
1656-03-23The heirs of Jew Schmule, claim.
1657-11-22Marumb Jew´s son-in-law, claim. Schmull Jew´s heirs, claim.
1657-11-22Marumb and Jonelle Jews Jeckhoff´s sons and heirs, ledger. The following participate in the claim: The heirs of Schmul Jew (22 fl.), Marumb Jew, Jonas Jew, and the heirs of Josephle Jew (38 fl. each).
1658-06-13Some years before, Matheis Schellenbuoch of Stühlingen acknowledged a debt of 100 fl. to the heirs of Jew Schmul. Formerly, 50 fl. were transferred to Marum Jew, and the other 50 fl. interest are now being transferred by Jews Seligman and Calmelin brothers to merchant Caspar Schölderlin, and the brothers claim 7 fl. interest.
1659-01-30Calmeli Jew at Stühlingen declares that his father Schmuli Jew has 27 years before, namely in 1632, acquired (a claim of?) 30 fl. from Judelin Jew Mauschi´s son at Ofteringen, and the claim is now irretrievable because the debtors have died or cannot pay.
1659-03-06The heirs of late Schmul at Stühlingen, claim.
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).
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.
1665-10-29Thoma 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).
1665-11-05Marum 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.
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.

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