Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Mo

Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation. Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Moyses Salomon, known as the black Mosche, a Jew born in Fußgenheim, 5.) Joseph Jacob, known as poor Melammed, a Jew born in Brodow in Poland, and 6.) Herz Jacob, a Jew, born in Münchholzhaußen by Wetzlar, who were executed for their numerous violent burglaries and robberies on Thursday November 19th, 1761, some by the sword some by strangulation.
Confessions and verdicts of 1.) Anton Christoph Glaubrecht, known as Amhorezle, a Jewish proselyte born in Cronheim, 2.) Aaron Jacob, known as Aaron Ger, a Jew born in Amsterdam, 3.) Samson Levi, known as Schamse Schopfloch, formerly of Schopfloch, 4.) Mo