District Court Moosburg

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Philipp Apian - Bavarian Land Tables from 1568 - Plate 14 - District Court Moßpurg
Map of the judicial district of the Moosburg an der Isar regional court

The district court Moosburg was 1329-1862 Bavarian high- and low court for parts of the territory of present-day counties Freising , Kelheim , Landshut and Oberpfaffenhofen . The seat of the regional court was not in the center of the district, but on its southeastern edge.


Moosburg gained its importance through the St. Kastulus Monastery and the growing influence of the Wittelsbachers in the region since the 13th century. In the early days, the seat of the court often changed between Inkofen , where a court seat has been mentioned in the first land register since 1230 , and Moosburg. The regional court belonged to the Lower Bavarian region , the Amper and the western border of the regional court district divided the partial duchies of Lower Bavaria and Upper Bavaria. In the third land register in 1329, the district court was first mentioned as the district court of Moosburg. It consisted of the Inkofen office with the Reichertshausen henchman office , the goods of the Moosburger Kastulus monastery , parts of the Wittelsbacher Vogtei , the county of Grünberg and the " Haus Isareck " and the associated property. From 1395 to 1447 Inkofen was once again the permanent seat of the court. In 1448 the ducal Inkofen Castle and the associated goods were sold to the Pullingers as Hofmark . The seat of the court was therefore finally relocated to Moosburg. The Moosburg City Office was added in the 15th century. The scope of the offices and rulership of Isareck can be seen for the first time from the tax book of 1465. In 1474 the henchman offices were changed to chairmen. The division of chairpersons and offices only became permanent from 1538. Since the middle of the 16th century, the Wolnzach nursing and maleficence court was assigned to the Moosburg regional court. In 1591 the rule of Isareck was added to the rule of jurisdiction.

In 1808 the district court of Moosburg was assigned to the Isar district , which was named Upper Bavaria in 1837 . On July 11, 1841, the tax districts Güntersdorf, Sünzhausen and Schweitenkirchen were assigned to the Pfaffenhofen Regional Court . On August 8, 1857, 15 northern communities were assigned to the Mainburg district court . The regional courts in the Kingdom of Bavaria as judicial and administrative authorities were absorbed into the district offices in administrative terms in 1862. The remainder of the administrative responsibilities of the Moosburg Regional Court went to the Freising District Office . The remaining judicial institutions in Moosburg initially retained the name of the regional court. As the initial instance of the lower jurisdiction, the previous regional courts were renamed uniformly in 1879 by the Courts Constitution Act in the district court .

District Court District

The district court included a total of 427 settlements with the city ​​of Moosburg , two markets , 143 villages , 109 hamlets and 172 wastelands .

It was surrounded by the district courts of Mainburg , Rottenburg , Erding , Kranzberg and Pfaffenhofen .

This area partially or completely includes today's municipalities:

Commune district
Au in the Hallertau Freising
Attenkirchen Freising
Gammelsdorf Freising
Hague on the Amper Freising
Hörgertshausen Freising
Kirchdorf an der Amper Freising
Walls Freising
Moosburg on the Isar Freising
Nandlstadt Freising
Rudelzhausen Freising
Wang Freising
Wolfersdorf Freising
Zolling Freising
Mainburg Kelheim
Volkenschwand Kelheim
Bruckberg Landshut
Obersüßbach Landshut
Schweitenkirchen Pfaffenhofen
Wolnzach Pfaffenhofen

Local court immediate places

According to the court conscription of 1752

Office walls

  • Presidency Volkmannsdorferau with Volkmannsdorferau
  • Chairman Schwarzersdorf with Schwarzersdorf , Dürnseiboldsdorf and Weihern
  • Chairman of Reichertshausen with Reichertshausen and Sindorf (before 1448 part of the Inkofen rule)
  • Chairman of Plörnbach with Untermarchenbach , Mittermarchenbach , Hausmehring, Unterplörnbach and Oberplörnbach
  • Chairman Amper with Kirchamper (before 1448 part of the Inkofen rule)
  • Presidency of Sollern-Inkofen with Inkofen, Sollern and Dobl (before 1448 belonged to Inkofen)
  • Chairman Neumühl with Moosham, Thonstetten , Seiboldsdorf, Hinterm Berg, St. Michaeli, Schweigen, Neumühl and Weiglschweig
  • Presidency Alpersdorf with Alpersdorf, Gandorf, Harthausen, Freundsbach, Wollersdorf, Scheckenhofen , Kleidorf, Thal, Kronwinkl, Hörgersdorf, Wang , Aselmühle, Pfettrach, Pfettrachmühle, Eckl, Schweinersdorf , Mönchsberg, Koppmühle, Beselmühle and Schlag
  • Chairman of Inzkofen with Inzkofen, Sixthaselbach , Bergen, Grub, Thalbach, Dornhaselbach, Gassen and Wittibsmühle
  • Chairperson Holzdobl with Holzdobl, Seer, Kollersdorf, Zeilhof, Sixthaselbach, Bergen, Weghausen and Oberappersdorf
  • Chairman Altfalterbach with Altfalterbach , Tölzkirchen, Gründl , Unterappersdorf, Baumgarten , Andorf, Hadersdorf, Bockschweig, Schatz, Watterstorf, Kollersdorf and Schweig
  • Presidency Reichersdorf with Reichersdorf , Rehbach, Gelbersdorf, Willersdorf , Daberg and Landersdorf
  • Chairman of Gammelsdorf with Gammelsdorf , Schweig, Reith, Gabelsberg, Kothingried, Flickendorf, Wimburger, Kreuzholzen, Katharinazell, Berghof and Langholzen
  • Chairperson Schergenöd with Schergenöd, Besenried, Öd, Grub, Sielstetten , Margarethenried , Ecklsberg, Roßberg, Kimoden, Saxberg, Wildenreuth, Kehrer am Biber, Brunnlehen, Höfl, Hub, Oberschönbuch, Niederschönbuch and Hufnagelreuth
  • Presidency Enghausen with Enghausen , Nußberg, Oberpriel, Peterswahl , Schlag, Priel , Oberndorf, Geiting and Dreifaltern
  • Chairman of Kleinmünchen with Niedermünchen, Obermünchen, Eck, Kothineck, Haslau, Wiesen, Winkelsbach, Winkel, Unterholzen and Ungarischwall
  • Chairman Martinszell with Martinszell, Zieglreuth, Traich, Ulrichsried, Waltendorf, Viecht, Iglthal, Walchzell, Thal and Golzaberg
  • Chairperson Bachhorn with Bachhorn
  • Chairman Niederambach with Niederambach , Feldkirchen, Oberambach and Murr

Office Sichendorf (near Zolling)

  • Presidency Preinerszell with Gundelshausen, Preinerszell, Dürnzhausen, Loipertshausen, Schmiedhausen, Weikenhausen, Hueb and Stelzenberg
  • Willertshausen chairman with Gütlsdorf, Berging, Rannertshausen, Pischlsdorf, Sillertshausen, Staudhausen, Roggendorf, Willertshausen, Dobl, Kreuz, Sindorf, Attenkirchen and Aigenrüpel
  • Herbersdorf chairmanship with Hemhausen, Holzhof, Dellnhausen, Mooshof, Abens, Piedendorf, Herbersdorf, Harham and Angermichl
  • Chairmanship of Raffenstetten with Raffenstetten, Schweitenkirchen , Oberthann, Entrischenbrunn, Niederthann, Girgenhausen, Ehe, Winden, Kerschhof, Streitberg and Schelleneck
  • Länbach chairmanship with Kirchdorf , Hirschbach, Länbach, Bauernlänbach, Berghof, Schelchhof and Voglhof
  • Chairman Haindlfing with Jägersdorf, Oberhaindlfing , Unterhaindlfing, Heigenhausen, Billingsdorf, Wölfling and Ruhpalzing
  • Chairman of Berghaselbach with Berghaselbach , Thonhausen, Sörzen, Kaltenberg, Kastenhofen, Seel, Alsdorf and Pättendorf
  • Chairperson Aufham with Aufham, Güntersdorf, Preinersdorf, Reisdorf, Holzhausen, Loipersdorf, Hirschhausen, Auhof and Sauloh
  • Chairman of Kratzerimbach with Sichendorf, Hartshausen, Oberzolling, Hacklschweig, Holzen, Haun, Willertshausen, Viehweid and Moosmühle
  • Chairperson Wimpassing with Haarland, Osterimbach, Walkertshausen, Wimpassing, Hohenmorgen, Kronsdorf, Götzendorf, Talham, Oelpersberg, Gallersberg, Gehhausen and Eisenthal

Office Nandlstadt

  • Head of Grafendorf with Hebrontshausen, Grafendorf, Großschweiba, Kleinschweiba, Maierhof, Sielstetten, Niederreith, Oberreith, Pimmerdorf and Agstall
  • Chairman Oberempfenbach with Oberempfenbach,
  • Chairman of Gundertshausen with Großgundertshausen , Spitz, Mittersberg, Spitzhub and Niederhof
  • Chairman of Enzelhausen with Enzelhausen, Larsbach and Iglsdorf
  • Presidency Volkenschwand with Volkenschwand , Obergolzaberg, Neuhausen, Schlott, Freinberg and Bürg
  • Chairman of Airischwand with Ried, Reloh, Gütersberg, Großgründling, Ammersberg, Airischwand , Hausmehring, Faistenberg and Ziegl
  • Chairmanship Figlsdorf with Figlsdorf, Aiglsdorf, Riedglas, Kitzberg, Weihersdorf, Kleinwolfersdorf, Holzen, Kleingründling and Mailendorf
  • Chairman Grünberg with Grünberg, Hemmersdorf, Furth, Furthmühle, Saumühle, Rudelzhausen , Kreuth and Giebitz

Office (rule) Isareck

The Isareck house has been mentioned in a document since 1283. The rule had been pledged several times since 1403 and was administered by ducal caretakers . From 1465 to 1570 it was administered by the ducal Kastner in Landshut . In 1591 the lower jurisdiction with its 10 chairmen of the Moosburg care was incorporated.

Dominion and Hofmark variety

The oldest court mark register of the Moosburg court is contained in the tax book of 1465 and lists 27 court marks. In the descriptions of the Hofmark in 1618, 1654 and 1702, another three Hofmarks are given, Asch in Moosburg, Kirchdorf an der Abens and Thurn in Moosburg.

According to the Hofmarkenkonskription of 1752 these are

  • Dominion Au with Au in the Hallertau , Haslach, Leitersdorf, Wolfersdorf, Halsberg, Kurzling, Seysdorf, Günzenhausen, Osseltshausen, Thonhof, Aigenbeni, and Brudersdorf
  • Hofmark Hirnkirchen (closed) with Hirnkirchen and Kranzberg
  • Hofmark Pfettrach (closed) with Pfettrach and Brandloh
  • Hofmark Hettenkrichen (closed) with Hettenkirchen and Mösbuch
  • Hofmark Tegernbach with Tegernbach, Aich, Grub, Peterloh, Stolzhof, Straßlehen, Weingarten, Haid and Sammetsreith
  • Hofmark Palzing (closed) with Palzing
  • Hofmark Gerlhausen with Gerlhausen
  • Hofmark Helfenbrunn with Helfenbrunn
  • Hofmark Haag an der Amper (closed) with Haag an der Amper , Weihrinnen and Unterschweig
  • Hofmark Thann (closed) with Thann
  • Hofmark Flitzing (closed) with Flitzing , Kratzerimbach and Schwarzberg
  • Hofmark Anglberg (closed) with Anglberg and Wörlhof
  • Hofmark Sünzhausen with Sünzhausen and Jetzelmeierhöfe
  • Hofmark Attenkirchen with Attenkirchen , Gfeichet, Einhausen and Reit
  • Hofmark Appersdorf with Oberappersdorf and Ober- and Unterholzhäusln
  • Hofmark Hörgertshausen with Hörgertshausen , Holzhäuseln , Fuchswinkel, Aigen, St. Alban , Doidorf, Lackermann, Reißen, Kronwinkl, Schwaiba, Kainrad, Stadlhof, Sammetsreith, Linden, Pittersdorf, Reitersberg and Höllbauer
  • Hofmark walls (closed) with walls and mountain mill
  • Hofmark Thulbach with Thulbach , Holzerhof and Zulehen
  • Hofmark Obersüßbach (closed) with Obersüßbach , Reith, Reitersberg, Weichsberg, Niederndorf, Hanslmühle, Riedmühle
  • Hofmark Leibersdorf (closed) with Leibersdorf , Heidersberg, Haag, Berg, Wieden, Böham and Herrenau
  • Hofmark Zolling (closed) with Zolling and Unterzolling
  • Hofmark Wolfersdorf with Wolfersdorf and Ebersdorf
  • Hofmark Hagsdorf with Hagsdorf , Schöneck, Schlagsimmer and Sixthaselbach
  • Hofmark Notzenhausen with Notzenhausen , Moosmühle, Goglhof , Hanselsberg, Herbersdorf and Lochmer
  • Hofmark Inkofen with Inkofen and Seeberg
  • Hofmark Sandelzhausen (closed) with Sandelzhausen , Beslmüller, Grabmüller, Lohmüller, Mittermüller, Obermüller, Petermüller, Streichmüller, Kottmannsschweig, Straß and Kleinderertshausen
  • Hofmark Dietersdorf (closed) with Dietersdorf and Schaching
  • Hofmark Aiterbach (closed) with Aiterbach
  • Hofmark Bruckberg with Bruckberg
  • Hofmark Nörting-Ampertshausen with Nörting and Ampertshausen
  • Headquarters Kirchdorf an der Abens with Kirchdorf , Bergham, Kronthal and Niederhinzing
  • Headquarters Pillhofen with Pillhofen
  • Headquarters Asch near Moosburg with Unterreit
  • Headquarters Thurn in Moosburg

Cities and markets

According to the first foreign tax cadastre from 1808