City of Bismark (Altmark)
|Height :||33 m above sea level NHN|
|Residents :||43 (Jun 30, 2010)|
|Incorporation :||July 1, 1950|
|Postal code :||39629|
|Area code :||039083|
Location in Saxony-Anhalt
In 1840 the parish had 143 inhabitants, in 1900 there were 124.
The community Schönebeck originally belonged to the district of Osterburg . It lost its independence on July 1, 1950 when it was incorporated into the municipality of Späningen. On December 21, 1973, the Schönebeck district came together with the incorporation of Späningen into Meßdorf. Since Meßdorf was incorporated into the town of Bismark (Altmark) on January 1, 2010, the Schönebeck district has been part of the newly formed village of Meßdorf and the town of Bismark (Altmark).
The Protestant church Schoenebeck belonged to the parish Späningen and now belongs to the parish area Gladigau the church district Stendal the Evangelical Church in Central Germany . Until 1821 there was a separate parish in the village to which the Wollenrade branch belonged.
Culture and sights
The Evangelical village church Schönebeck is a late Romanesque field stone church from the second half of the 12th century.
There is a village community center in Schönebeck.
- Wilhelm Zahn: Local history of the Altmark . Edited by Martin Ehlies based on the bequests of the author. 2nd Edition. Verlag Salzwedeler Wochenblatt, Graphische Anstalt, GmbH, Salzwedel 1928, p. 187 .
- Haase, Hilbert: Parish Almanach or the Protestant clergy and churches of the province of Saxony in the counties of Wernigerode, Rossla and Stolberg . 19th year, 1903, p. 88 ( wiki-de.genealogy.net [accessed May 27, 2017]). ,
- City of Bismark, localities on www.stadt-bismark.de. Meßdorf with districts Späningen, Biesenthal and Schönebeck. Retrieved May 27, 2017 .
- Federal Statistical Office (Ed.): Municipalities 1994 and their changes since 01.01.1948 in the new federal states . Metzler-Poeschel, Stuttgart 1995, ISBN 3-8246-0321-7 , pp. 343 ff .
- Thomas Hartwig: All Altmark churches from A to Z . Elbe-Havel-Verlag, Havelberg 2012, ISBN 978-3-9814039-5-4 , p. 341 .