Salomon (Rabbi), Bloch is mentioned 9 times between 1687 and 1734. His designation in the Stühlingen family tree is 'C220.127.116.11'. His father was Jacob (Jäggele) ben Meir, Bloch.
Salomon Bloch is mentioned a total of 9 times - 8 times as rabbi, once in 1712 just as `Salomon Bloch`. According to Stein, he didn`t have to pay protection in 1717 for being a rabbi, but that didn`t seem to have helped in 1712. His descendancy can not be established, although Jacob (Jäggle) ben Meir Bloch would make a plausible father. .
|1687-12-03||Penalties in Stühlingen: Schmulin the Old. Jäglin. Isac Schmulins Sohn. Hürtzlen. Mausche Menckhins Sohn. Mayer Menckhins Sohn. Jossel Marums Sohn. Sandel. Model. Laimlin. Seligman. Schmulin Seligmans Sohn. Mahrum Jeckoff. Calmelin. Rabbi Salomon. David Jäglins Sohn. Every one is fined 1 pound for washing his supplies (Vorrat) in the well.|
|1704-05-06||Model and Salomon Rabbi(s) here have made a sentence about the common trade of Joseph Calmeles Sohn and Joseph Schmulis Sohn. Joseph Calmeles Sohn is to pay his partner 111 florins either cash or by a transfer of acceptable claims. (A long matter).|
|1712-01-25||Marum Weyl Sandels Sohn, Sandel Weyl, Leib Gugenheim, Meyer Bickhert, Lemble Weil, Meyer Bloch, Samuel Gugenheimb, Salomon Bloch, Moyses Bloch, Salomon Weyl, Sandels Sohn, Hirtzle Bickhert, Jonas Weyl, Joseph Gugenheim Samuels Sohn, Josel Gugenheim,Lehm Biggert, Menkhle Bloch, Isac Bickhert, Lewel Gugenheim, Veith Gugenheim, Joseph Sandels Tochtermann, Abrahamb Gugenheim,Daniel Biggert, Davit Vorsinger, Jacob Gugenheimb,Marum Lembles Sohn, Elias Meyer, Jakkele Meyer, Elias Weyl, Isac Bernheim, MoysesWeyl, Menggen Bloch, Judas Weyl|
|1714-12-10||Mayer Bickhert und Reben Salmele 2 fl. 40 fl. aus gleichem Grund.|
|1717-06-11||Leib Jud mit seinen Söhnen, Faissel und Jonas, Sandel Jud mit seinen Söhnen Marum und Salomon, Jossel Schmulens Sohn, Menckhe und Mayer Bernheimb,Elias Mayer, Lehman und Jsac Bickhcrt, Mayer Bloch, Menelins Sohn, Rabbiner Salomon Bloch so Satzgeld frei|
|1725-06-28||Horse trade quarrel between Mayer Bernheimb and the widow of Jew Jacob Franck, both in Randegg, with an interrogation of Rabbi Salomon of Stühlingen.|
|1730-04-25||Marum Weyl der Junge, a resident of here and Donaueschingen, declares he has six years ago bought a man´s and a woman´s seat (Mann und Weiberstuhl) in the Synagogue from Daniel Bickert who had been under protection here, but now lives in Wangen near Stein am Rhein, in the presence of three witnesses and the Rabbi of Gailingen (who issued) a document. Now Jonas Gugenheimb also claims to own this chair, pretending he has bought it from the heirs of Daniel´s brother two years after. Plaintiff applies to interrogate said Daniel Bickert, whom he had inexpectedly met on the market yesterday, under oath. Jonas Gugenbeimb refers to the Jewish ceremonis and claims he has a better right to this chair, and Daniel Bickert was not authorized to sell this chair because the younger brother always owned it (allzeiten in diesem Stuhl gestanden). Daniel Bickert refers to Meyer Bloch, Isaac Bickert and Reb Salmele who will say that this chair belonged to his father and that the older brother had had the other and lower chair. Rabbi Salmele remembers well that Alt Schmuly stood in the upper and Daniel Bickert´s father in the lower chair. When Schmuly died, his son Isaac, Daniel´s father, stood in the upper one, and when Isaac died, Hirtzel stood in the upper and Daniel in the lower chair. The matter will depend on both parties presenting the purchase documents, and these documents are to be compared/balanced (gegeneinander gehalten). Lehmann Bicker says the same. Decision: As both brothers, Hirtzel and Daniel, have sold the upper chair, thus plaintiff and defendant are to bring up evidence which of the sellers has taken over which chair from their parents, and present the purchase documents, which are to be translated and explained by an unpartial Rabbi. In the meantime, plaintiff and defendant are to alternate in the use of the upper chair. (Chair is the translation of Germnan Stuhl, although the object rather seems to have been a place to stand).|
|1732-02-29||(Crossed out: Salomon, replaced by) Isac Bloch, son of Reeb Salomon, is willing to move away and marry in Gailingen. He is granted protection in Stühlingen Dominion to collect his claims and conduct trade at an annual fee of 1.5 florins, but may only stay for 2 or 3 days in Stühlingen each time.|
|1734-05-07||The annual fees of former Reebe Salomon Bloch are reduced because he is old, in the service of the Jewish community and does not trade any longer.|