ca. Apr. 1280

[Possible/Probable] “Order” of Knight Gerhard Scherfgin (Gerardus Scherfgin) [Present-day Germany; Electorate of Cologne] [Provisional]: “[…] allot to our son, Henricus, […] a pension of six Cologne Marks [annually] which is to be paid by the Jews.” [Researcher’s note: Gerhard had been a member of the Schöffenkolleg (entity permitted to issue legislations in the city of Cologne) since 1259, and was according to Groten one of the most famous knights of his time.]
Quellen zur Geschichte der Stadt Köln 2, Nr. 198, S. 162-167 (“Sources on the History of the City of Cologne 2, No. 198, p. 162-167”); Researched and Translated by Ziba Shadjaani 5/11/2017