The district of Neuss (until 1913 district of Neuss ) existed from 1816 to 1929 as a district in the administrative district of Düsseldorf in the Rhine province . The seat of the district administration and the most important city was Neuss . With the exception of the municipality of Heerdt, which was added to Düsseldorf in 1909, the municipalities belonging to the district are all in today's Rhine district of Neuss and belong to the cities and municipalities of Neuss, Dormagen , Grevenbroich , Kaarst , Korschenbroich , Meerbusch and Rommerskirchen .
The Neuss district was formed in 1816 from the area of the cantons Neuss and Dormagen, which were established during the French era . The district was divided into fifteen mayorships , the successors of the Mairien established in the French era . In 1845, the municipal code for the Rhine Province gave all places that had their own households the status of a municipality. Neuss, the only town in the district, has been subject to the Rhenish Town Code since 1856 . In 1870 the Gohr community moved from the mayor's office in Nettesheim to the mayor's office in Nievenheim. Since then, the circle has been structured as follows:
|Dormagen||Dormagen , Hackenbroich|
|Grimlinghausen||Grimlinghausen , Uedesheim|
|Nice home||Frixheim-Anstel , Nettesheim-Butzheim|
|Nievenheim||Gohr , Nievenheim , Straberg|
|Norf||Norf , Rosellen|
On April 1, 1909, Heerdt left the Neuss district and was incorporated into the city of Düsseldorf. The city of Neuss formed its own urban district on April 1, 1913 . Since then, the Neuss district has been known as the Neuss district . On August 1, 1929, the district was dissolved and the county Grevenbroich to district Grevenbroich-Neuss combined. At the same time Grimlinghausen and Uedesheim were incorporated into the city of Neuss.
The district administrators
- 1816–1842: Wilhelm von Bolschwing
- 1843–1849: Carl Conrad Loerick
- 1849–1850: Karl Friedrich Favreau
- 1850 : Franz Aldenhoven (by order)
- 1851–1874: Hermann Seul
- 1874–1875: NN Bruckhoff (representative)
- 1874–1876: Constantin von Briesen
- 1876–1888: Kaspar von Heinsberg
- 1888–1898: Clemens Freiherr von Schorlemer-Lieser
- 1898–1906: Friedrich von der Leyen-Bloemersheim
- 1907–1916: Alexander von Brandt
- 1916–1918: Bruno Eichhorn (substitute)
- 1918–1922: Ferdinand von Lüninck
- 1922–1929: Simon Groener
- Bert Pütz: Nor pa, Norpe, Norf. Norf 1974
- Official journal for the administrative district of Düsseldorf 1816, p. 14.
- Municipal for the Rhine Province 1845, §1
- Official Journal for the Düsseldorf administrative region 1870
- Community for the Kingdom of Prussia 1885
- Johann Georg von Viebahn: Statistics and topography of the government district of Düsseldorf. 1836, p. 113 , accessed on May 5, 2014 (digitized version).
- Communityfor the Kingdom of Prussia 1885
- Michael Rademacher: German administrative history from the unification of the empire in 1871 to the reunification in 1990. neuss.html. (Online material for the dissertation, Osnabrück 2006).
- Uli Schubert: German municipality register 1910. Retrieved on May 2, 2014 .