|Height :||392 m above sea level NHN|
|Residents :||41 (2016)|
|Postal code :||90599|
|Area code :||09824|
Immediately to the west of the hamlet rises the Haunoldshofener Graben, which is a left tributary of the Haslach, which in turn is a right tributary of the Bibert . Approx. Dietenhofen is 0.5 km north. A community road runs to Rüdern (2.3 km west) or to the district road AN 26 (0.3 km east), which leads to Dietenhofen (1.1 km north) and Kleinhaslach (1.7 km south-east).
The place was first mentioned by name in 1169 as "Hunolteshouen". The defining word of the place name is the personal name Hunold , who was probably the founder of the place.
Towards the end of the 18th century there were four properties and a shepherd's house belonging to the municipality in Haunoldshofen. The high court exercised the Brandenburg-Ansbach Hofkastenamt Ansbach . The village and community rulership was held by the Brandenburg-Bayreuth caste office in Dietenhofen . The landlords were the Kastenamt Dietenhofen (1 three-quarter courtyard, 1 estate) and the St. Klara monastery office of the imperial city of Nuremberg (1 courtyard, 1 three-quarter courtyard). From 1797 to 1808 the place was under the judiciary and chamber office of Ansbach .
As part of the municipal edict, Haunoldshofen was assigned to the Kleinhaslach tax district formed in 1808 . It also belonged to the rural community of Kleinhaslach, founded in 1811 . This was incorporated into the Dietenhofen market on July 1, 1972 as part of the regional reform .
The place has been predominantly Protestant since the Reformation. The residents of the Evangelical Lutheran denomination are parish to St. Andreas (Dietenhofen) , the residents of the Roman Catholic denomination to St. Bonifatius (Dietenhofen) .
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