Honors Oberhausen

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The honor of Oberhausen was in the Middle Ages a honor of the parish of Bensberg in the office of Porz in the Duchy of Berg .

At the time, in addition to the titular town of Oberhausen, the honors included the residential areas Broichen , Eichholz, Hundsiefen , Meisheide , Schwiegelshohn , Steinacker and Steinhaus .

The area later became part of the Bensberg family .

Individual evidence

  1. ^ The possessions of the aristocratic Premonstratensian convent Meer in Sulsen-Immekeppel from the founding of the monastery from 1166 to 1600, Gerd Müller, Verlag W. Kleikamp, ​​1969
  2. ^ Wilhelm Fabricius  : Explanations for the Historical Atlas of the Rhine Province ; Second volume: The map of 1789. Division and development of the territories from 1600 to 1794 ; Bonn; 1898