Community Mulda / Sa.
|Height :||468 m|
|Area :||8.47 km²|
|Residents :||377 (May 9, 2011)|
|Population density :||45 inhabitants / km²|
|Incorporation :||January 1, 1994|
|Postal code :||09619|
|Area code :||037320|
Location of Helbigsdorf in Saxony
Helbigsdorf is about 10 kilometers south of Freiberg in the Ore Mountains . The location extends for about 3 kilometers along the Helbigsdorfer Bach , which flows east to the Zethaubach and finally the Freiberg Mulde . The so-called Heidemühle to the west of the village, not far from the Lower Großhartmannsdorfer Pond and at the Zethauer Kunstgraben , also belongs to the village . State road 210 Großhartmannsdorf – Mulda runs through the village .
The first written mention of the place dates from 1324 as Helwigstorf . Ecclesiastically, the place was a branch church of Großhartmannsdorf around 1500. After Helbigsdorf had become an independent parish in 1667, the students from Helbigsdorf, Müdisdorf and Randeck visited the local church school together , although Randeck is said to have had his own school before that. With the new school buildings in Müdisdorf in 1854 and Randeck in 1882, the respective students attended the schools there. After a first schoolhouse burned down in 1782, a new building was consecrated on July 1, 1783 at the old location and a farm building was added in 1883. In 1816 August Schumann mentions Helbigsdorf in the state, post and newspaper encyclopedia of Saxony concerning a. a .:
In the work "New Saxon Church Gallery" from 1901 it goes on and on. a .:
“The Erbgericht, with its additional goods covering 200 hectares , is one of the largest of its kind and, in addition to a brewery and distillery, owns a peat digging that used to be very lively [...]. The population, numbering 554 souls, feeds itself, including a few small craftsmen, exclusively from agriculture, which is not very profitable given the unfavorable conditions and the somewhat harsher location of the place, [...]. "
In 1906 a castle was built from a former farm. A mud bath was operated in the buildings between 1946 and 1970, and a school was set up in the manor house the following year. The facilities were completely destroyed in a fire in 2005.
On January 1, 1994, Helbigsdorf was incorporated into Mulda.
Development of the population
The church Helbigsdorf in the late Gothic style dates from the 14th / 15th centuries. Century and before the Reformation in 1539 was a branch church of Großhartmannsdorf. In 1666 it was raised to an independent parish. The building was expanded in 1576 and 1726. The tower clock dates back to 1580. Most of the furnishings are baroque. The organ builder Gottfried Silbermann created his smallest two-manual organ here in the years 1726–1728. It is still almost unchanged.
- The parish of Helbigsdorf. In: G. Buchwald (ed.): New Saxon Church Gallery, Ephorie Freiberg. Strauch Verlag, Leipzig 1901, pp. 239-256. ( Digitized version )
- Richard Steche : Helbigsdorf. In: Descriptive representation of the older architectural and art monuments of the Kingdom of Saxony. 3. Issue: Amtshauptmannschaft Freiberg . CC Meinhold, Dresden 1884, p. 99.
- Helbigsdorf in the Digital Historical Directory of Saxony
- The Helbigsdorf Church on the website of the ev.-luth. Parishes of Großhartmannsdorf
- Small-scale municipality sheet for Mulda / Sa. (PDF; 0.23 MB) State Statistical Office of the Free State of Saxony , September 2014, accessed on January 30, 2015 .
- cf. Helbigsdorf in the Digital Historical Directory of Saxony
- The parish of Helbigsdorf. in: G. Buchwald (Ed.): New Saxon Church Gallery, Ephorie Freiberg. Strauch Verlag, Leipzig 1901, Sp. 254–255 ( digitized version )
- Helbigsdorf . In: August Schumann : Complete State, Post and Newspaper Lexicon of Saxony. 3rd volume. Schumann, Zwickau 1816, p. 768.
- The parish of Helbigsdorf. in: G. Buchwald (Ed.): New Saxon Church Gallery, Ephorie Freiberg. Strauch Verlag, Leipzig 1901, Sp. 239–240 ( digitized version )
- On the history of Helbigsdorf , accessed on March 13, 2011.
- changes from January 1, 1994 to December 31, 1994 on the website of the State Statistical Office of the Free State of Saxony , p. 3 (PDF; 64 kB), accessed on March 13, 2011.