Identified Man

Tree Samuel (Schmol) at Ofteringen is mentioned 12 times between 1612 and 1634. His designation in the Stühlingen family tree is 'O3'.

1612-10-23Schmol Jew of Ofteringen claims because of the third day.
1616-04-12Schmol Jew of Ofteringen, defendant, asks for delay.
1617-01-31Schmol Jew of Ofteringen against Joch Mosmann of Schaffhausen whose attorney says he (Joch) was drunk.
1617-01-31Schmol Jew of Ofteringen sues Baldus Weisenberger for payment of an old debt of 7 fl. Debtor offers wine and grain.
1617-02-14Schmol Jew of Ofteringen sues Joch Mosmann of Schaffhausen for restitution of honour and refund of the expenses. The previous decision is maintained.
1617-11-28Schmoll Jew of Ofteringen sues Jeggle Halder of Öschingen for payment of 45 fl. A former decision is maintained unless the Jew can prove fraud.
1618-04-24Schmoll Jew of Ofteringen sues Jogg Halder for payment of 80 fl. Witnesses are to be interrogated.
1618-06-19Schmoll Jew of Ofteringen against Joggle Halder again. Witnesses are to be interrogated.
1618-10-16Schmoll Jew of Ofteringen against Jogg Halder.
1630-03-20With mention of Mauschi of Ofteringen, Schmol of Ofteringen, Hürtzle, Schachman, Josephle as powerholder of Sannel´s widow, Jäggle Jew Leman´s son.
1630-04-17With mention of Schachman, Meierle, Leman Jew´s son Leman (sic, probably in error), Schmol of Ofteringen, Leman, Jacoff, Schachmann, Hürtzle, Joseph servant of Sannel´s widow, Jäggle, Jacoff, Schmol.
1634-04-05Schmol Jew of Ofteringen is fined for serving wine in Stühlingen without permission.

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