Kleinhaslach (Dietenhofen)

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Dietenhofen market
Coordinates: 49 ° 22 ′ 42 ″  N , 10 ° 42 ′ 36 ″  E
Height : 341  (325-375)  m above sea level NHN
Residents : 229  (2016)
Incorporation : July 1, 1972
Postal code : 90599
Area code : 09824
St. Martin Church
Former Adler inn
Former brewery

Kleinhaslach (colloquially: Glāhṓsla ) is a district of the market Dietenhofen in the district of Ansbach in Middle Franconia .


The parish village is located in the valley on the Haselbach, a right tributary of the Bibert , and on the Mettlachbach, which flows into the Haselbach as a left tributary. The Krothbach flows a little south of the village, further north the Buckgraben as the right tributary of the Haselbach and even further north the Haunoldshofener Graben as the left tributary of the Haselbach. Approx. The Hammersloh forest area is 0.5 km to the southwest, and the Mühlleite corridor to the northeast .

State road 2246 runs through the village and leads to Bruckberg (2.2 km southwest) or Kehlmünz and Münchzell past Großhabersdorf to Rothenburger Strasse (6.5 km northeast). The district road AN 17 connects the place with Warzfelden (2.6 km west) and Neuhöflein (2.3 km south-east). The district road AN 26 leads to Dietenhofen (3 km north).


Kleinhaslach was first mentioned in a document in 1233 as "Blindenhasela". "Haslach" describes a river that is overgrown with hazelnut trees, "Blind" here probably means hidden. In 1302 the place is mentioned for the first time in a deed as "Cleinenhaselach". The St. Martins Church was originally a branch church of St. Maria (Großhaslach) , later of St. Andreas (Dietenhofen) . There are contradicting statements about the independence of St. Martin, but it is certain that it has been an independent parish since 1842. The parish of St. Mauritius (Warzfelden) is also looked after from Kleinhaslach .

Until the 13th century the place belonged to several village lords. Gradually the Heilsbronn monastery became almost the sole lord of the village. In 1233 Sifrid Pfinzing of Nuremberg gave him a praise in Kleinhaslach. In 1253 the monastery bought a farm from Friedrich von Beigerbach there . At the time of the twelfth abbot, the Nuremberg citizen bought Ringer for 20 pounds Heller slope in Kleinhaslach and donated it to the monastery. In 1302 the brothers Heinrich , Rudolf and Konrad von Bruckberg sold the monastery slope from Sandhof to Kleinhaslach for 50 pounds of Heller. The monastery acquired a total of 15 properties.

Since the arrival of the Reformation in 1520 there has been a school in Kleinhaslach.

In the 16-point report of the Heilsbronn monastery office from 1608, only the 15 teams were listed for Kleinhaslach who had the Bonnhof caste office as landlord (6 farmers, 6 Köbler , 3 Heilinggüter). The teams of other landlords are not listed. During the Thirty Years War, eleven of the Heilsbronn farms fell into disrepair, some of which had burned down. The chalice, paten , two of the three church tower bells and other items were stolen from the church . Even 20 years after the end of the war, Heilsbronn Monastery had no income from these farms. The St. Gratius Chapel was also destroyed during the war.

In the 16-point report of the Principality of Ansbach from 1684, 22 teams were listed for Kleinhaslach: 15 properties were owned by the Bonnhof caste office as landlords, two properties were owned by the Reiche Almosen von Nürnberg, one by the Lords of Eyb zu Bruckberg , two properties by the Lords of Leonrod and two properties, the Lords of Danngriess zu Vach . The high court exercised the Brandenburg-Ansbach Hofkastenamt Ansbach .

At the end of the 18th century there were 28 properties in Kleinhaslach. The high court exercised the court box office in Ansbach. The village and community rulership was held by the Brandenburg-Bayreuth caste office Bonnhof . The landlords were the Principality of Bayreuth (box office Bonnhof: 1 yard, 2 half yards, 2 half yards with tavern , 5 estates, 1 estate with blacksmithing rights, 1 Söldengut , 3 drip houses ; box office Dietenhofen : 1 estate, 1 estate, 1 drip house; parish Dietenhofen : 2 Estates, 1 estate, 1 semi-estate, 1 drip house), the St. Klara monastery office of the Imperial City of Nuremberg (1 Halbhof, 1 estate ), the Nuremberg owner von Haller (1 estate, 1 estate) and the manor Frohnhof of the Lords of Eyb (1 Tafernwirtschaft). In addition to the households, there was also the church and communal buildings (school house, shepherd's house). From 1797 to 1808 the place was under the judiciary and chamber office of Ansbach .

In 1806 Kleinhaslach came to the Kingdom of Bavaria . As part of the municipal edict , the Kleinhaslach tax district was formed in 1808 , to which Haunoldshofen , Kleinhaslach, Rüdern , Warzfelden and Warzfeldermühle belonged. The rural community of Kleinhaslach was founded in 1811 and was congruent with the tax district. It was subordinate to the Ansbach Regional Court in administration and jurisdiction and to the Ansbach Rent Office ( renamed Ansbach Tax Office in 1920 ). With the second community edict (1818), Kleinhabersdorf was umgemeindet from Bruckberg to Kleinhaslach. From 1862 on, Kleinhaslach was administered by the Ansbach District Office (renamed the Ansbach District in 1938 ). The jurisdiction remained with the district court of Ansbach until 1870, 1870-1879 city ​​and district court Ansbach , since 1880 district court Ansbach . The municipality had an area of ​​14.623 km². With the municipal reform , the municipality was incorporated into the Dietenhofen market on July 1, 1972.

Architectural monuments

  • Evangelical Lutheran Parish Church of St. Martin
  • House No. 14 (former parsonage), two-storey building from the 18th century with a crooked hip
  • House number 18; Gasthaus zum Adler; Two-storey building from the 18th century with a two-storey gable and Krangaube, half-timbered upper storeys with the Brandenburg coat of arms

See also: List of architectural monuments in Ansbach # Kleinhaslach

Population development

Kleinhaslach community

year 1818 1840 1852 1855 1861 1867 1871 1875 1880 1885 1890 1895 1900 1905 1910 1919 1925 1933 1939 1946 1950 1952 1961 1970
Residents 483 525 525 545 515 523 529 503 500 502 464 477 458 467 491 465 497 496 454 645 640 584 440 447
Houses 84 88 93 95 90 86 89 94

Place Kleinhaslach

year 001818 001840 001861 001871 001885 001900 001925 001950 001961 001970 001987 002005 002016
Residents 165 204 203 220 191 184 212 275 201 206 169 207 229
Houses 32 31 39 37 39 40 42 52


The place has been predominantly Protestant since the Reformation. The residents of the Evangelical Lutheran denomination are parish to St. Martin (Kleinhaslach) , the residents of the Roman Catholic denomination to St. Bonifatius (Dietenhofen) .


Web links

Commons : Kleinhaslach  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

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  5. J. Kollar, p. 154. In the meantime dissolved.
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  9. Staatsarchiv Nürnberg , Ansbacher Salbuch 128, 2041. Quoted from M. Jehle, Vol. 2, p. 686.
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  11. ^ Johann Bernhard Fischer : Kleinhaslach . In: Statistical and topographical description of the Burggraftum Nürnberg, below the mountain, or the Principality of Brandenburg-Anspach. Second part. Containing the economic, statistical and moral condition of these countries according to the fifteen upper offices . Benedict Friedrich Haueisen, Ansbach 1790, p. 21 ( digitized version ). According to this, there were only 19 subject families.
  12. Warzfeldermühle is no longer run as a district after 1885.
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