City of Wuppertal
|Height :||approx. 220 m above sea level NHN|
|Area code :||0202|
Location of Schörren in Wuppertal
The place name was first mentioned in 1644. In the map series Topographia Ducatus Montani by Erich Philipp Ploennies from 1715, the place with the name ad Schör is shown. 1815/16 the place had 18 inhabitants. On the topographical survey of the Rhineland from 1824, the place is recorded as Schorren .
In 1832 the Schörren belonged to the Dorper Rotte of the rural outskirts of the parish and the town of Elberfeld . The place, categorized as Kotten according to the statistics and topography of the administrative district of Düsseldorf , was designated as on the Schörre and at that time owned a residential house and two agricultural buildings. At that time there were 20 people living in the village, seven of them Catholic and 13 Protestant.
In the address books of 1850 and 1858, Schörren is entered as auf den Schörren , from 1875 in den Schörren . On the topographical map 1: 25,000 ( Mes table sheet 4708) Schörren was last recorded in 1988, on the map from 1993 the name is no longer explicitly noted on the map.
Historical building fabric is no longer available; according to the topographic map, the courtyard was demolished between 1974 and 1983 and rebuilt after 1993.
The street In den Schörren is named after this location . The small connecting road runs from Am Buschhäuschen to Dr.-Tigges-Weg , the date on which it was named is not known.