New at the Raueneck

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New at the Raueneck
City of Ebern
Coordinates: 50 ° 6 ′ 38 ″  N , 10 ° 42 ′ 21 ″  E
Height : 286 m above sea level NHN
Area : 2.59 km²
Residents : 82  (2017)
Population density : 32 inhabitants / km²
Incorporation : July 1, 1971
Incorporated into: Unterpreppach
Postal code : 96106
Area code : 09534
Mermaid fountain in Neuses
Mermaid fountain in Neuses

Neuses am Raueneck (officially: Neuses a.Raueneck ) is part of the municipality of the Lower Franconian town of Ebern in the Haßberge district .


The church village is located in the eastern part of the district in a valley through which the Albersdorfer Mühlbach, a right tributary of the Baunach, flows. About two kilometers southeast of the village, on the western foothills of the 431 meter high Haubeberg, is the eponymous Rauheneck Castle . The district roads HAS 50 to Vorbach and HAS 48 from Bramberg to Kraisdorf run through the village.


The place name means "the new seat" and indicates a noble seat.

In 1157 Neuses am Raueneck was mentioned for the first time indirectly with the witness "Herimannvs de niuseze" in a document. Another mention was in 1232 in the certificate of partition of the Würzburg bishop Hermann , in which Ebern was separated from the parish Pfarrweisach and among other things "Neuses" remained with the mother church. In 1244 Ludwig von Raueneck gave the Bishop of Würzburg a fiefdom in "Nuseze". Lords of the Ganerbendorf were among others those of Lichtenstein and Fuchs zu Schweinshaupten.

In 1862, the rural community of Neuses am Raueneck was incorporated into the newly created Bavarian district office of Ebern . The church village had 96 inhabitants in 1871, 84 of whom were Catholic and 12 Protestant, and 20 residential buildings. It belonged to the Catholic and Protestant parish in Jesserndorf, 4.5 kilometers away. A Catholic denominational school was in Vorbach , 3.0 kilometers away , and the Protestant one in Brno. In 1900 the 259.10 hectare community had 87 residents and 23 residential buildings. and in 1925, 97 people, 86 of whom were Catholic, lived in 17 residential buildings in Neuses.

In 1950 the church village had 121 residents and 20 residential buildings. It still belonged to the Catholic and Protestant parish in Jesserndorf. In 1961 Neuses had 103 residents and 21 residential buildings. In 1970 there were 105 inhabitants and in 1987 89 inhabitants and 24 residential buildings with 29 apartments.

On July 1, 1971, Neuses was incorporated into Unterpreppach . On July 1, 1972, the incorporation to Ebern followed with Unterpreppach and the district of Ebern was dissolved as part of the regional reform . Neuses came to the Haßberg district.


Catholic branch church of the Visitation of the Virgin Mary

The Catholic branch church of the Visitation of the Virgin Mary was built from 1748 and consecrated in 1751. It is a hall building with a gable facade and a retracted choir . The facade is decorated with sandstone structures . A gable roof with a roof turret and onion hood forms the upper end . In front of the church is a stele with sides of a wayside shrine from the 18th century. The organ is the work of master organ builder Georg Weishaupt from Westendorf from 2009. It has a three-part brochure, seven stops on a manual and pedal .

Web links

Commons : Neuses am Raueneck  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Discover, experience, enjoy - Verwaltungsgemeinschaft Ebern, September 2017, p. 25.
  2. a b c Werner Schmiedel: Districts Ebern and Hofheim. In: Historical book of place names of Bavaria. Lower Franconia. Volume 2: Districts of Ebern and Hofheim. Commission for Bavarian State History, Munich 1973, ISBN 3-7696-9872-X , p. 39.
  3. Kgl. Statistical Bureau (ed.): Complete list of localities of the Kingdom of Bavaria. According to districts, administrative districts, court districts and municipalities, including parish, school and post office affiliation ... with an alphabetical general register containing the population according to the results of the census of December 1, 1875 . Adolf Ackermann, Munich 1877, 2nd section (population figures from 1871, cattle figures from 1873), Sp. 1293 , urn : nbn: de: bvb: 12-bsb00052489-4 ( digitized ).
  4. K. Bayer. Statistical Bureau (Ed.): Directory of localities of the Kingdom of Bavaria, with alphabetical register of places . LXV. Issue of the contributions to the statistics of the Kingdom of Bavaria. Munich 1904, Section II, Sp. 1306 ( digitized version ).
  5. Bavarian State Statistical Office (ed.): Localities directory for the Free State of Bavaria according to the census of June 16, 1925 and the territorial status of January 1, 1928 . Issue 109 of the articles on Bavaria's statistics. Munich 1928, Section II, Sp. 1340 ( digitized version ).
  6. Bavarian State Statistical Office (ed.): Official place directory for Bavaria - edited on the basis of the census of September 13, 1950 . Issue 169 of the articles on Bavaria's statistics. Munich 1952, DNB  453660975 , Section II, Sp. 1177 ( digitized version ).
  7. Bavarian State Statistical Office (ed.): Official city directory for Bavaria, territorial status on October 1, 1964 with statistical information from the 1961 census . Issue 260 of the articles on Bavaria's statistics. Munich 1964, DNB  453660959 , Section II, Sp. 861 ( digitized version ).
  8. ^ Bavarian State Statistical Office (ed.): Official place directory for Bavaria . Issue 335 of the articles on Bavaria's statistics. Munich 1973, DNB  740801384 , p. 186 ( digitized version ).
  9. Bavarian State Office for Statistics and Data Processing (Ed.): Official local directory for Bavaria, territorial status: May 25, 1987 . Issue 450 of the articles on Bavaria's statistics. Munich November 1991, DNB  94240937X , p. 361 ( digitized version ).