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... 1639-1660 315 times the owners changed. After departure of sales by the gentleman detention with abandoned yards an annual average can be set of approx. 9 in the rule. Over this standard the number of sales of the years 1641 with 26, 1643 with 13, 1646 with 15, 1648 with 17 sales exceeds. In these years can drifts nact Evangelist Franconia to be accepted. Vouchers for the forties are present for Weißenkirchberg Leutershausen and the Weissenburger area, also for the office Stauf (Lehnert~Barth).

Purchase minutes of the rule Rappottenstein44 existing starting from 1653 show the same density at ex-Officio-sales by the rule, also from the small rule turning brook in the Waldviertel [forest quarter] verhältnismaßig [relationship-massively] many persons in the same period "ran away".

in the Zinzendorfi rule Hausegg (Oberhausegg and Niederhausegg) with Gresten south the Danube are missing purchase minutes, from which the change would be to be seen with the rural subjects. There another source less important for the Exulantenforschung did not remain:

the Bauerlichen of contract books or orphan books from 1601 to 1661. After the death of the father or the nut/mother, anyhow before remarriage of the survivor of parents contracts before the rule were established temporally briefly, in which the paternal and/or muetterlichen inheritances were determined, Gerhaben (guardians) were ordered and exact accounts were written down over the orphan's allowances lent at interest. Enumerating the children entitled to inherit, the date of the disbursement possible among other things make with the church books received since 1630 to determine a rather closed list of the Hausegger exactly building shank after families and yards finished and after conclusion of the extensive work which yards changed the owner in the years 1652-1660 by drift in the "realm". From the Großzahl of family sheets with already some hundred Exulanten an example at the family Zellhoefer of the riser yard, Gem.Unteramt, Pfarrei Gresten NOe may be sufficient:

Zellhofer Hans, buried 18 Dec 1649, at Steigerhof 1606-1649;

Marriage 1 c.1603, Eva, died before 24 Apr 1607.
Marriage 2 c.1607, Anna, bury 24 Apr 1649 Gresten,

Children of Hans/Anna:

  1. Zellhofer Stephan, takes over 1650 Steigerhof, Herrschaft (under the rule of) Hausegg b. Gresten. Before 1630-1637 at the Hintern Hoderberg, 1638-1650 at the Hintern Gasteig, died/buried before 16 Mar 1656 (hereditary contract fol. 273').  He married c.1629 Ursula (she 2nd marriage 1656 Hanss Vogel),

    Children of Stephan/Ursula:
    1. Hanss, born 1630, starting from 1654 as Exulant in Dietenhofen, 1660-1679 farmer Lendersdorf, died/buried 13 Apr 1684; married Dietenhofen (Mfr) 5 Mar 1660 Elizabeth Keller.
    2. Simon, born 1631-1634, 1671 still in Hft. Hausegg NÖ.
    3. Adam, bap. 18 Aug 1637 Gresten, 1671 Exulant "in the realm.' in Steinbach, Pf. [church] Grosshaslach (Mfr).
    4. Elisabeth get. 3. 10. 1635 Gresten, begraben 13. 5. 1645 Gr.
    5. Georg getauft 5. 10. 1645 Gresten, 1671 ExuIant "im Reich”...
    6. Jakob getauft 27. 5. 1648 Gresten. 1671 noch i. Hft Hausegg.
    7. Maria geb. 1631/1634, oo 4.3.1661 Rügland (Mfr) Philipp Wagenhofer, ExuIant aus Gresten.
    8. Sophia getauft 24. 3. 1639 Gresten, 1671 ExuIantin “Reich”,
    9. Sara geb. 1650/1655, 1671 Exulantin “im Reich".

2. Maria, (from 1st marriage [to Eva]).

Children of Hans/Anna:

  1. Sebalt,
  2. Paul, died/buried before 7 Dec 1651.
  3. Jacob, 1647 living Steigerhof, ExuIant in Lindach with Rügland (Mfr);

    marriage I Gresten 12.2.1647 Rossina Vogel, buried 28.5.1647 Gresten;
    marriage II Gresten 15.11.1648, Maria, Widow of Hans Dorrer.

    Children of Jacob/Rossina

    1. Christoph, baptized 6.3.1647 Gresten
  4. Catharina,
  5. Thomas, of Hintern Hoderberg. Gem.Unteramt, Pf. Gresten NÖ.  Died/buried before 23.1.1650. buried Gresten.

married I about 1633 in Gresten to Gertraudt..., as a widowa
married II 1661 in Gresten to Michael [female, Michelle?] Scheffauer, of Hintern Hoderberg;

Children of Thomas/Gertraudt:

  1. Andre, bap 3.10.1640 Gresten, 1671 ExuIant "am Reich".

2. George, bap 3. 4.1647 Gresten, 1671 ExuIant "am Reich".

3. Maria, bap 30.3.1633 Gresten.

married 1661 George Teufel, 1671 aIs Exulanten "am Reich".

4. Barbara, bap 5.4.1635 Gresten,

married (1662) Niclauss Grabner of Zaritzleuthen.

5. Sara, bap 25.2.1637 Gresten,

married 1662 Dietenhofen (Mfr) Jacob Beacker (from Hft. Hausegg),

1671 ExuIanten '”im Reich”.

6. Gertraudt, bap 30.12.1639 Gresten, 1671 Exulantin “im Reich”.

7. Catharina bap c.1644 Gresten,

married 1672 Dietenhofen (Mfr) Leonhard Muenchhofer, Herpersdorf, Exulanten.

Die verschiedenen Glieder der Sippe Zellhofer vom Steigerhof, 1671 aus Anlass einer Erbregelung als Exulanten “im Reich” bezeugt, sind bereits ab 1654 in Dietenhofen und Umgebung durch Kirchenbucheintragungen belegt.

The different members of the kinship Zellhofer testified by the riser yard, 1671 from cause of a hereditary regulation as Exulanten "in the realm", are already occupied starting from 1654 in Dietenhofen and environment by church book entries.

Graf Seefried berichtet in der Geschichte des Marktes Gresten über die schwierige Rückführung der Bevölkerung zum Katholizismus. "... welche sich nicht bekehren ließen, erhielten die nötigen pässe zur Auswanderund oder begraben such ohne solche auf die Wanderschaft. Allmählich wurde sich die Landesregierung bewußt, dass die strafe der Landesverweisung eine sehr zweischneidige Waffe war. Die Zahl der Oedstaetten, der zerfallennen Bauernhoefe, von Ihren Besitzern verlassen, nahm zu und aus den Staedten und Maerkten zogen oft gerade die besten Handwerker nach Deutschland. Namentlich die Schmiedermeister und ihre Gesellen waren zum groessten Tiel Protestanten, die fest an ihrem Glauben hingen, und ihr Abzug erwies sich als grosser Nachteil nicht nur fuer die Orte mit hochentwickelter Eisenindustrie, wie fuer Waidhofen a. d. Ybbs, Ybbsitz, Gresten, sondern fuer die oesterreichishe Eisenindustrie ueberhaupt, welche bisher den Weltmarkt beherrscht hatte ...”

Count Seefried reports in the history of the market Gresten on the difficult feedback of the population to the catholicism. "... which could not be bekehren, the necessary passports received to Auswanderund or buried search without such on the journey. The federal state government became gradual consciously that punished the landesverweisung a very zweischneidige weapon was. The number of the Oedstaetten, which farms zerfallennen, from your owners leave, took to and from the cities and markets pulled the often straight best craftsmen to Germany. In particular the Schmiedermeister and their associate were with the Goressten Tiel protestanten, who hung firmly on its faith, and its departure did not only prove as large disadvantage for the places with highly developed iron industry, like for Waidhofen A. D Ybbs, Ybbsitz, Gresten, but for the oesterreichishe iron industry at all, which had controlled so far the world market... "

 

 

... 1639-1660 315mal of the owners changed. After departure of sales by the gentleman detention with abandoned yards an annual average can be set of approx. 9 in the rule. Over this standard the number of sales of the years 1641 with 26, 1643 with 13, 1646 with 15, 1648 with 17 sales exceeds. In these years can drifts nact Evangelist Franconia to be accepted. Vouchers for the forties are present for Weißenkirchberg Leutershausen and the Weissenburger area (Groeschel), also for the office Stauf (Lehnert~Barth).

Purchase minutes of the rule Rappottenstein44 existing starting from 1653 show the same density at ex-Officio-sales by the rule, also from the small rule turning brook in the Waldviertel [forest quarter] verhältnismaßig [relationship-massively] many persons in the same period "ran away".

In the Zinzendorfi rule Hausegg (Oberhausegg and Niederhausegg) with Gresten south the Danube are missing purchase minutes, from which the change would be to be seen with the rural subjects. There another source less important for the Exulantenforschung did not remain:

the Bauerlichen of contract books or orphan books from 1601 to 1661. After the death of the father or the nut/mother, anyhow before remarriage of the survivor of parents contracts before the rule were established temporally briefly, in which the paternal and/or muetterlichen inheritances were determined, Gerhaben (guardians) were ordered and exact accounts were written down over the orphan's allowances lent at interest. Enumerating the children entitled to inherit, the date of the disbursement possible among other things make with the church books received since 1630 to determine a rather closed list of the Hausegger exactly building shank after families and yards finished and after conclusion of the extensive work which yards changed the owner in the years 1652-1660 by drift in the "realm". From the Großzahl of family sheets with already some hundred Exulanten an example at the family Zellhoefer of the riser yard, Gem.Unteramt, Pfarrei Gresten NOe may be sufficient:

Zellhofer Hans, buried 18 Dec 1649, at Steigerhof 1606-1649;

    Marriage 1 c.1603, Eva, died before 24 Apr 1607.
    Marriage 2 c.1607, Anna, bury 24 Apr 1649 Gresten,

Children of Hans/Eva:

    1. Zellhofer Stephan, takes over 1650 Steigerhof, Herrschaft (under the rule of) Hausegg b. Gresten. Before 1630-1637 at the Hintern Hoderberg, 1638-1650 at the Hintern Gasteig, died/buried before 16 Mar 1656 (hereditary contract fol. 273'). He married c.1629 Ursula (she 2nd marriage 1656 Hanss Vogel),

    Children of Stephan/Ursula:

    1. Hanss, born 1630, starting from 1654 as Exulant in Dietenhofen, 1660-1679 farmer Lendersdorf, died/buried 13 Apr 1684; married Dietenhofen (Mfr) 5 Mar 1660 Elizabeth Ke1ler.

    2. Simon, born 1631-1634, 1671 still in Hft. Hausegg NÖ.

    3. Adam, bap. 18 Aug 1637 Gresten, 1671 Exulant "in the realm.' in Steinbach, Pf. [church] Grosshaslach (Mfr).

    4. Elisabeth get. 3. 10. 1635 Gresten, begraben 13. 5. 1645 Gr.

    5. Georg getauft 5. 10. 1645 Gresten, 1671 ExuIant "im Reich"...

    6. Jakob getauft 27. 5. 1648 Gresten. 1671 noch i. Hft Hausegg.

    7. Maria geb. 1631/1634, oo 4.3.1661 Rügland (Mfr) Philipp Wagenhofer, ExuIant aus Gresten.

    8. Sophia getauft 24. 3. 1639 Gresten, 1671 ExuIantin "Reich",

    9. Sara geb. 1650/1655, 1671 Exulantin "im Reich".

     


      2. Maria, (from 1st marriage [to Eva]).

      Children of Hans/Anna:

      3. Sebalt,

      4. Paul, died/buried before 7 Dec 1651.

      5. Jacob, 1647 living Steigerhof, ExuIant in Lindach with Rügland (Mfr);

      marriage I Gresten 12.2.1647 Rossina Vogel, buried 28.5.1647 Gresten;

      marriage II Gresten 15.11.1648, Maria, Widow of Hans Dorrer.

      Children of Jacob/Rossina

      1. Christoph, baptized 6.3.1647 Gresten


      6. Catharina,

      7. Thomas, of Hintern Hoderberg. Gem.Unteramt, Pf. Gresten NÖ.

      died/buried before 23.1.1650. buried Gresten.

      married I about 1633 in Gresten to Gertraudt..., as a widow

      married II 1661 in Gresten to Michael [female, Michelle?] Scheffauer, of Hintern Hoderberg;

      Children of Thomas/Gertraudt:

      1. Andre, bap 3.10.1640 Gresten, 1671 ExuIant "am Reich".

      2. George, bap 3. 4.1647 Gresten, 1671 ExuIant "am Reich".

      3. Maria, bap 30.3.1633 Gresten.

      married 1661 George Teufel, 1671 aIs Exulanten "am Reich".

      4. Barbara, bap 5.4.1635 Gresten,

      married (1662) Niclauss Grabner of Zaritzleuthen.

      5. Sara, bap 25.2.1637 Gresten,

      married 1662 Dietenhofen (Mfr) Jacob Beacker (from Hft. Hausegg),

      1671 ExuIanten '"im Reich".

      6. Gertraudt, bap 30.12.1639 Gresten, 1671 Exulantin "im Reich".

      7. Catharina bap c.1644 Gresten,

      married 1672 Dietenhofen (Mfr) Leonhard Muenchhofer, Herpersdorf, Exulanten.


        Die verschiedenen Glieder der Sippe Zellhofer vom Steigerhof, 1671 aus Anlass einer Erbregelung als Exulanten "im Reich" bezeugt, sind bereits ab 1654 in Dietenhofen und Umgebung durch Kirchenbucheintragungen belegt.

       

      The different members of the kinship Zellhofer testified by the riser yard, 1671 from cause of a hereditary regulation as Exulanten "in the realm", are already occupied starting from 1654 in Dietenhofen and environment by church book entries.
      Graf Seefried berichtet in der Geschichte des Marktes Gresten über die schwierige Rückführung der Bevölkerung zum Katholizismus. "... welche sich nicht bekehren ließen, erhielten die nötigen pässe zur Auswanderund oder begraben such ohne solche auf die Wanderschaft. Allmählich wurde sich die Landesregierung bewußt, dass die strafe der Landesverweisung eine sehr zweischneidige Waffe war. Die Zahl der Oedstaetten, der zerfallennen Bauernhoefe, von Ihren Besitzern verlassen, nahm zu und aus den Staedten und Maerkten zogen oft gerade die besten Handwerker nach Deutschland. Namentlich die Schmiedermeister und ihre Gesellen waren zum groessten Tiel Protestanten, die fest an ihrem Glauben hingen, und ihr Abzug erwies sich als grosser Nachteil nicht nur fuer die Orte mit hochentwickelter Eisenindustrie, wie fuer Waidhofen a. d. Ybbs, Ybbsitz, Gresten, sondern fuer die oesterreichishe Eisenindustrie ueberhaupt, welche bisher den Weltmarkt beherrscht hatte ..." Count Seefried reports in the history of the market Gresten on the difficult feedback of the population to the catholicism. "... which could not be bekehren, the necessary passports received to Auswanderund or buried search without such on the journey. The federal state government became gradual consciously that punished the landesverweisung a very zweischneidige weapon was. The number of the Oedstaetten, which farms zerfallennen, from your owners leave, took to and from the cities and markets pulled the often straight best craftsmen to Germany. In particular the Schmiedermeister and their associate were with the Goressten Tiel protestanten, who hung firmly on its faith, and its departure did not only prove as large disadvantage for the places with highly developed iron industry, like for Waidhofen A. D Ybbs, Ybbsitz, Gresten, but for the oesterreichishe iron industry at all, which had controlled so far the world market... "


 

 

 

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