Identified Man

Tree Isac, Weyl Schwerzen is mentioned 17 times between 1657 and 1681. His designation in the Stühlingen family tree is 'U1'.

Isac was the earliest member of the Endermettingen branch of the Weyl family. He first received protection in Schwerzen [R4323; 08.16.1657] and from 1674 on to 1681 in Endermettingen [R4378; 03.25.1674]. He is identified as a member of the Weyl family by [R4294; 04.18.1673] and [R3575; 12.31.1680]. But there is no apparent connection to the main branch. His major source of income was cattle dealing. Although not listed explicitly, from a chronological point of view it is possible that Isac came with the `foreign Jews` who arrived at Carnival time 1656 [R2065; 10.17.1656]. .

1657-04-09Isac Jew at Schwerzen, Jonas Jew at Stühlinen, Siesle Jew at Schwerzen, creditors.
1657-08-16Abraham, Isac und Sießle, die sich seit 11.11.1656 in Schwerzen aufhalten, ferner Jeckhoff Jude Hirtzles Nachfahre zu Untereggingen, jeder 10 fl. pro Jahr laut Vergleich vom 23.08.1657.
1657-08-23Menckhe Jew here, bull trade matter. Abraham, Isac, and Siesle Jews at Schwerzen, and Jäcoff successor of Hirzlin in Eggingen, are to pay their extant protection fees for several years.
1660-09-12Isac, claim of 25 fl. in behalf of the Jew of Oberlauchringen. A claim by Jäcklin is postponed.
1673-03-15Isaac und Borach, die in Endermettingen wohnen, je 18 fl. an Ostern 1673.
1673-04-18Isackh Wiehl in Endermettingen claims paymsnt of a horse.
1674-03-15Herzelin, Davidt und Borach, alle drei dermalen zu Eberfingen, zahlen auf Ostern 1674 je 18 fl. Satzgeld. Obigen Borachen Sohn Lew hat sich ein halbes Jahr in Mettingen aufgehalten und zahlt 9 fl. Isac, der zu Endermettingen wohnt, zahlt 18 fl. an Ostern 1674. Jäggelle, Benedict und Jonas, alle drei in (gestrichen oder vielleicht unterstrichen: Ofteringen), zahlen je 9 fl. Cosmann in Unterlauchringen zahlt 9 fl.
1675-03-15Isac, der zu Endermettingen wohnt, zahlt 18 fl. an Ostern.
1676-01-01(same category) Caffel Jew who has married around Michaelis day (29.09) 1676 is due 9 fl. protection fee for half a year. Menggen, Jäggele, Jonas and Lew delivered their owed geese, and the others paid 1 fl. each instead. Herzele and Davidt, both at Eberfingen, paid together 18 fl. protection fee. Isac and Boroch both at Endermettingen paid same. Lew Jew who has been living in Endermettingen since Michaelis is due 9 fl. for half a year. Jäggele, Benedict, and Jonas, all three at Ofteringen, and Cosman at Unterlauchringen are due 36 fl. together. The Jews at Tiengen are due 20 fl. Joß, Khauffman, Mayerle, and Judelle, all four Jews expelled from "Ettenen" (apparently Ettenheim) came here and applied for protection. Joß lived here for 7 weeks, Khauffman for 19 weeks, and the other two for 41 weeks, so they are due 43 fl. protection fee. Total amount of protection fee due: 476 fl.
1676-03-15Isac und Boroch, beide in Endermettingen, jeder 18 fl. Satzgeld auf Ostern.
1677-03-15Isac zu Endermettingen zahlt 18 fl. Satzgeld auf Ostern 1677.
1677-03-15Isac und sein Sohn Judelle in Endermettingen zahlen je 18 fl. Satzgeld.
1679-03-15Isac und sein Sohn Judelle zu Endermettingen je 18 fl.
1679-12-06The son of Jew Isac is sued after a horse trade.
1680-03-15Isaac und Judelle Jud Isaacen Sohn, beide zu Endermettingen, je 18 fl.
1680-12-31Sandel, Mayerlin Menkins Sohn, Jonas, Löw Jonas Sohn, Calmelin, Marum Jekhoffens Sohn, Jacklin Menkins Bruder, Mayer Lehmans Sohn, Seeligmann, Schmulin, Limblin (Seligmanns Tochtermann), Abraham, Model, Isaac Schmulens Sohn, Feussel Lehmanns Sohn, Abraham W., Samuel in Unterlauchringen, Mayer in Unterlauchringen, Hirzel in Eberfingen, David in Eberfingen, Löw Barochs Sohn in Horn, Jäcklin Lehmanns Tochtermann in Horn, Salomon Menkens Tochtermann in Horn, Isak in Entermettingen, Jüdle Weihl Isaks Sohn in Entermettingen, Sandel in Ofteringen, Jonas in Ofteringen, Josef in Ofteringen
1681-01-01(continued) Hürtzel and Davidt both at Eberfingen. Löw Jew Baroch`s son, Jäckhlin Jew Lehmann`s son-in-law, and Salomann Menckhin`s son-in-law, all three at Horheim. Isaac Jew and Judele Weihl Isaac`s son both Jews at Endermettingen. Benedict and Jonas both Jews at Ofteringen. Joseph Jew, also a resident at Ofteringen, has absconded under the cover of darkness soon after Easter 1680. Samuel and Meyer both Jews at Unterlauchringen.

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