Hunolstein

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Nieder-Wiesen - Culture and Sightseeing - Buildings - Evangelical Church
... a Baroque one-room structure built in 1723 as the then resident church of the Barons of Hunolstein on the spot where once had stood another church built in 1462 ... On one side wall are found the family Hunolstein’s graves, and on the other the Reverend Johann Wilhelm Fresenius’s (died 1727), whose son Johann Philipp not only served as a clergyman in ... the Lord’s house, they grow in the courts of our God”), and above is found the Hunolstein family’s former coat of arms with the noble crown ...
Merxheim - History
... One half went to the family of the Vögte von Hunolstein, and the other to Weyrich von Hohenburg ... But it was the Freiherren von Hunolstein that would rule Merxheim for the next four centuries ... Napoleon and his Grande Armée ended the barony of Hunolstein ...
Erden - History - Middle Ages
... country, and they were sold in 1266 to the Vögte of Hunolstein ... was also the liege lord of the Vögte of Hunolstein, and asserted, through the blood court, hegemony over the Kröver Reich (a kingly estate named for Kröv) until the late 18th century ... Through part of the Hunolsteins’ holdings being further bequeathed within their family until 1786, Erden retained its Ingericht (court), which was independent of ...