Breun (Lindlar)

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municipality Lindlar
Coordinates: 51 ° 3 ′ 53 ″  N , 7 ° 24 ′ 19 ″  E
Height : 218 m above sea level NN
Postal code : 51789
Area code : 02266
Breun (Lindlar)

Location of Breun in Lindlar

Breun around 1890–1900
Breun around 1890–1900

The hamlet of Breun is part of the municipality of Lindlar , Oberbergischen Kreis in North Rhine-Westphalia ( Germany ). It is located north of Lindlar.

Location and description

Breun is located in the north of the municipality of Lindlar on the state road 284 to Wipperfürth . The Breun flows through the village and flows into the Lindlarer Sülz in Steinenbrücke .

Sights include seven footfalls .


In 1413 the place was mentioned for the first time as Brune in the oldest population register of the St. Severinstift in Cologne .

Breun around 1890–1900

The name Brune is derived from the tan , a red runny disease in pigs. Dead animals were burned, the herd then driven to ashes to eat them. It was expected to be a cure.

The Topographia Ducatus Montani by Erich Philipp Ploennies , Blatt Amt Steinbach , shows that the residential area had several farmsteads as early as 1715, which are labeled as Brähn and drawn as a village without a church. Carl Friedrich von Wiebeking names the court on his charter of the Duchy of Berg in 1789 as Brün . It emerges from it that Breun belonged to the parish of Lindlar and was the titular place of the Honschaft Breun . The towns of Hönighausen , Süng , Büschem, Breun, Hartegasse , Holl , Brochhagen and Feld belonged to the honors .

The place is recorded on the topographical survey of the Rhineland from 1825 as Breun . The Prussian first recording from 1840 shows the residential area under the name Obr. and Unt. Breun . From the Prussian new admission of 1894/96, the place is regularly recorded as Breun on measuring table sheets .

In the middle of the 18th century the first school was built in Breun. Initially, local craftsmen only taught in winter. Finally, towards the end of the 18th century, a schoolhouse was built. However, this private school was initially not recognized by the state. In 1848 the private school was elevated to a regular school and in 1858 it was moved to Müllerhof . On November 12, 1860, a license application for an ore washing in the Reschid Pascha mine near Breun was submitted.

In 1822 108 people lived in the place categorized as a courtyard, which after the collapse of the Napoleonic administration and its replacement belonged to the Lindlar mayor in the Wipperfürth district . For the year 1830 116 inhabitants are given for the place called Breun . The place categorized as a hamlet in 1845 according to the overview of the government district of Cologne had 15 residential buildings with 155 inhabitants at that time, all of them Catholic denominations. The municipality and estate district statistics of the Rhine province lists Breun in 1871 with 29 houses and 151 inhabitants.

In the municipality lexicon for the province of Rhineland from 1888, 32 houses with 163 inhabitants are given for Breun . In 1895 the place had 30 houses with 163 inhabitants and belonged denominationally to the Catholic parish Süng , in 1905 28 houses and 137 inhabitants are given.


bus connections

Breun stop :

  • 332 Wipperfürth – Lindlar – Remshagen – Engelskirchen station ( OVAG )

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Klaus Pampus: First documentary mentions of Oberbergischer places (= contributions to Oberbergischen history. Special volume 1). Oberbergische Department 1924 eV of the Bergisches Geschichtsverein, Gummersbach 1998, ISBN 3-88265-206-3 .
  2. ^ Wilhelm Fabricius : Explanations for the Historical Atlas of the Rhine Province. Second volume: The map from 1789. Division and development of the territories from 1600 to 1794. Bonn 1898.
  3. ^ Siemerkus - Siemerkus, Wilhelmine. In:, Genealogy Family Pfeiffer. Hans-Peter Pfeiffer, accessed October 25, 2010 .
  4. Alexander August Mützell, Leopold Krug (Ed.): New topographical-statistical-geographical dictionary of the Prussian state. First volume. A-F. With Karl August Kümmel, Halle 1821 ( digitized ).
  5. ^ Friedrich von Restorff : Topographical-statistical description of the Royal Prussian Rhine Province. Nicolai, Berlin / Stettin 1830.
  6. Royal Government of Cologne (Ed.): Overview of the constituent parts and list of all the localities and individually named properties of the government district of Cologne, according to districts, mayorships and parishes, with information on the number of people and the residential buildings, as well as the Confessions, Jurisdictions , Military and earlier country conditions. Cologne 1845 ( digitized ).
  7. ^ The communities and manor districts of the Rhine Province and their population. Edited and compiled by the Royal Statistical Bureau from the original materials of the general census of December 1, 1871. In: Königliches Statistisches Bureau (Hrsg.): The communities and manor districts of the Prussian state and their population. tape XI , 1874, ZDB -ID 1467523-7 ( digitized ).
  8. ^ Community encyclopedia for the province of Rhineland. Based on materials from the census of December 1, 1885 and other official sources, edited by the Royal Statistical Bureau. In: Royal Statistical Bureau (Hrsg.): Community encyclopedia for the Kingdom of Prussia. tape XII , 1888, ZDB -ID 1046036-6 ( digitized version ).
  9. ^ Community encyclopedia for the province of Rhineland. Based on materials from the census of December 1, 1895 and other official sources, edited by the Royal Statistical Bureau. In: Royal Statistical Bureau (Hrsg.): Community encyclopedia for the Kingdom of Prussia. tape XII , 1897, ZDB -ID 1046036-6 .
  10. ^ Community encyclopedia for the Rhine Province. Based on the materials from the census of December 1, 1905 and other official sources, edited by the Royal Prussian State Statistical Office. In: Königliches Prussisches Statistisches Landesamt (Hrsg.): Community encyclopedia for the Kingdom of Prussia. Booklet XII, 1909, ZDB -ID 1046036-6 .