Occupied under the Count and many noble dynasties and free areas in the Rhine. Some were in Diesten powerful counts and lords and received this feud. So it was decided, for example, in 1299 Emperor Albert I. on Opinion ever online princes, Gentlemen, Ministerial and Knight, him by the Archbishop of Cologne submitted Wichold question whether a daughter could follow her father into the Lehn legally? The Answer was, that no daughter was lehnsfähig, unless by the will and agreement of the lord. Some of the vassals were farm- Castle and services at the archbishops and their ministry officials were, Dienstmannen, Viscount Castle or guardian. The archbishops rewarded for their services with a mostly Lehn. Others lived on their estates free and there practiced the basic jurisdiction over their farms from. In documents they come under the denomination of “Miles” before. The construction of castles begins at the end of the 9. Century. As this were to rid the army spell the nobles, verordnete that Kaiser Karl der Kahle (843-877) that no one should build a castle without permission because of the increasing number. The then awarded title of Count Palatine designated a court office at the imperial court. Aachen, the capital of the Lorraine Reich was her former seat.
Topics extract the volumes:
Drachenfels, Castle and Castle County with respect to Heisterbach Königswinter, Rheineck Castle, Hammerstein, Castle and village, Altenberg, Rolandseck and Nonnenwerth, Castle and the town of scalding, Isenburgen, with reference to the history of the Counts of Wied and the House Baldeney, Knight seat Schallmaur, Knight seat Herl, the Wolfenburg u. Lion's Castle, with reference to Honnef, Schloss Bensberg, the knights seats sound barrier, For Mill, Castle Reichenstein, Monastery and castle Namedt, Marienstift Cologne, Castle and Count of Berg in Solingen, Knight seat Steinbuechel, the knights seats Bülgenau, Wammen, Lorsbeck, History about Frantz Philip Duke of Arenberg, Adriane von Arendal, Adrian von They should, Irmgardis Schenck to Nideggen, Lothar of Bonninghausen, the Weisthümer of Munster pin, Duke Ferdinand of Bavaria, etc..
Mering, Friedrich Everhard; Weyden, Seriously: History of Castles, Manors, Abbeys and monasteries in the Rhineland and the provinces of Jülich, Cleve, Berg and Westphalia, Cologne: Arend 1833-1861 (Provided by the ULBD)