The Jewish communities of Swabia did not live in isolation. Despite long distances, difficult communication paths, and arduous travel, close exchanges and familial ties existed with other Jewish communities, not only in Germany, but even in other European regions. Lazarus Gogenheimb, the earliest ancestor of the large Hürben Guggenheimer clan arrived 1728 from Stühlingen in Baden.
This presentation, given originally at the 2012 IAJGS conference in Paris, explores the lost Jewish community of Stühlingen, and its links to Hürben. To view the presentation, you need to have an Adobe Flash player installed on your computer. Most of today's computers have it installed automatically. You can also install it manually