|TG is the abbreviation for the canton of Thurgau in Switzerland and is used to avoid confusion with other entries of the name Nussbaumen .|
|Canton :||Thurgau (TG)|
|Political community :||Hüttwilen|
|Postal code :||8537|
|former BFS no. :||4822|
|Area :||6.75 km²|
|Residents:||541 (December 31, 2018)|
|Population density :||80 inhabitants per km²|
Evangelical Church Nussbaumen
Nussbaumen, located in the Seebach Valley , belonged to the municipality of Eschenz from 1803 to 1851, from 1812 with Steinegg . After their division, Nussbaumen was part of the Hüttwilen municipality until 1996. On January 1, 1997 , the community of Nussbaumen merged with the two former local communities Hüttwilen and Uerschhausen to form the community of Hüttwilen.
In 857 the place was first mentioned as Nuzpouma . In 1162 the tithe of Nussbaumen came to the St. Gallen monastery . In 1216 Diethelm von Steinegg exercised lower jurisdiction in the Bailiwick of Nussbaumen . In 1348 the Vogtei Hartmann von Gachnang belonged , in the 15th century it belonged to von Klingenberg among others . Zurich acquired Nussbaumen in 1583 and had it managed by the Obervogt von Steinegg until 1798 .
Since Nussbaumen was the parish in Stammheim until 1823 , the St. Leonhard Chapel, built around 1000, remained out of use for a long time after the Reformation in 1524. In 1823 Nussbaumen formed a parish with Uerschhausen .
The community owned goods in the Schomat forest and peat area , so-called Turbenland. Around 1750 the inhabitants cultivated hemp and vines, in the 20th century tobacco cultivation began and major improvements were carried out. In 1897 there were 6, in 1912 13 embroidery and a mill. At the beginning of the 21st century there was a belt factory and a tree nursery in Nussbaumen.
Of the total of 541 inhabitants in the village of Nussbaumen in 2018, 47 or 8.7% were foreign nationals. 294 (54.3%) were Protestant Reformed and 90 (16.6%) were Roman Catholic.
Nussbaumen is listed in the inventory of places worthy of protection in Switzerland . In addition to the Protestant church, the buildings shown below are included in the list of cultural assets in Hüttwilen :
- Erich Trösch: Nussbaumen. In: Historical Lexicon of Switzerland .
This article is largely based on the entry in the Historisches Lexikon der Schweiz (HLS), which, according to the HLS's usage information, is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Distribution under the same conditions 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0) license .
- Swiss land use statistics. Completed on July 1, 1912. Published by the Federal Statistical Bureau. ( Memento from April 12, 2016 in the Internet Archive )
- Localities and their resident population. Edition 2019 . On the website of the Statistical Office of the Canton of Thurgau (Excel table; 0.1 MB), accessed on April 28, 2020.
- Locations and Settlements Directory. Canton of Thurgau, 2005 edition . On the website of the Statistical Office of the Canton of Thurgau (PDF; 1.7 MB), accessed on April 28, 2020.
- Locations and Settlements Directory. Canton of Thurgau, 2012 edition. On the website of the Statistical Office of the Canton of Thurgau (PDF; 3.4 MB), accessed on May 11, 2020.
- with outside courtyards