Identified Man

Tree Salomon ben Meir II, Weyl is mentioned 9 times between 1738 and 1749. He died around 1743. His designation in the Stühlingen family tree is 'W1.3.3'. His father was Meir (Marum, dicker) ben Samuel, Weyl.

Salomon was a son of Marum Dicker Weyl. He was never under protection on his own, and presumably moved with his father. .

1740-05-17Appears Georg Hegele from Mauchen with his creditors Faistel Gugenheimb, Marum Weyl Sandels Sohn (the latter one representing his son Salamon Weyl Jünger), Jonas Gugenheimb, Schmuli Weyl and Matheus Willmann, and says it is hard for him to raise all those payments of interest after the liquidation of Jewish claims, and he would prefer that all debts are being united at one creditor. All other creditors ceded their claims (with details) to Schmuli Weyl. The total claim runs up to 359 fl. now, and debtor sets several pieces of real estate as a pawn.
1742-02-14Salomon Weyl Jünger is fined.
1742-10-15Salomon Weyl the young, horse trade matter.
1742-10-24Salomon Weyl the young, plaintiff.
1742-11-22Salomon Weyl the young, defendant.
1743-01-25Salamon Weyl Younger, quarrel before the office.
1743-01-25Salamon Weyl Younger, horse trade.

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