City of Wiehl
|Height :||265 m above sea level NN|
|Residents :||9 (Dec 31, 2004)|
|Postal code :||51674|
|Area code :||02262|
Location of Pfaffenberg in Wiehl
Residential and farm buildings of the former Pfaffenberg parish
Location and description
The place lies between the places Wiehl in the north and Bierenbachtal in the south and is about 1 km as the crow flies from the city center of Wiehl. Pfaffenberg is located south of the federal motorway 4 .
- The first written testimony from the Pfaffenberg parish is available from 1531. Bertram Hase, the chaplain to Wiehl, complains to the rulership of Homburg about the count's bailiff, whose people harass him and lead his horse away to Homburg.
- In 1568 Georg Hollmann, the second Protestant pastor in Wiehl, lives on the Pfaffenberg, from whose income he and his family live.
- In 1575 the homestead is recorded on the A. Mercator map Am Pfaffenberg .
- The Wieden Hoff uff dem Paffenberg is mentioned in the fodder oat label of the Homburg rule from 1580 .
- The name goes back to an old church property (parish) with a historical building that still exists today, belonging to the Protestant parish Wiehl until the 20th century. Origin in the word “dedicate”, dedicated to the Church, given to feed the pastor.
- Wiehl stalactite cave , it was discovered in a quarry on Pfaffenberg near Wiehl in 1860.
- Hans Joachim Söhn, Lothar Wirths: Oat feed label. Inhabitants and fireplaces in the Homburg rulership in 1580 (= materials and sources on the Oberberg regional history. H. 3). Galunder, Gummersbach 2003, ISBN 3-89909-012-8 .
- Gottfried Corbach: Contributions to the history of the Bergisches Land, expanded to include the ecclesiastical conditions in the Oberberg area in the second half of the 16th century. Edited by Dieter Corbach. With a foreword by Johannes Rau . 2nd edition, reprint of the 1976 edition, revised by Irene Corbach. Scriba-Verlag, Cologne 2001, ISBN 3-921232-48-1 .