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Sugenheim market
Coordinates: 49 ° 37 ′ 0 ″  N , 10 ° 28 ′ 38 ″  E
Height : 300  (299–327)  m above sea level NHN
Residents : 387  (May 25 1987)
Incorporation : May 1, 1978
Postal code : 91484
Area code : 09164
The center of Ullstadt
The center of Ullstadt
Ullstadt, Catholic parish church of the Assumption

Ullstadt is a district of the Sugenheim market in the Neustadt an der Aisch-Bad Windsheim district in Middle Franconia .

Geographical location

The parish village is on the Ehebach , a left tributary of the Aisch , and on the Hüßbach, which flows into the Ehebach as a left tributary in the village. Approx. The Grubsberg ( 388  m above sea level ) rises 1 km to the north, the Rote Berg ( 406  m above sea level ) and the Jewish tendrils rise about 0.5 km to the south . Approx. The Buchboden corridor area is 0.75 km to the west. The state road 2256 leading to Sugenheim (3 km southwest) or to Langenfeld (2.5 km east). The district road NEA 30 runs to the B 8 near Unterlaimbach (2.8 km north).


Ullstadt was probably founded during the so-called Franconian conquest in the 6th century. North of Ullstadt, on the Laimbach, was probably the Benedictine monastery Megingaudshausen (Megingaudeshausen, Meingozhausen), which was founded by the Mattonen in 816 , but was given up again around 877 when the monks moved to Münsterschwarzach . Ullstadt was first mentioned by name in this charter. The defining word of the place name is probably the personal name "Uligo", which can be seen as the founder of the place.

In the Staufer period there were possessions of the noble lords of Speckfeld , then the lords of Hohenlohe and their heirs in 1412, the Counts of Castell . North of Ullstadt lies the large, multi-section castle stable Kropfsberg, which was probably named after the low nobility "von Kropf". There was already a moated castle in the village in the late Middle Ages. Gradually, the von Seckendorff gentlemen acquired property and lordship rights in the village area and built a closed rulership complex, which they sold to the Freiherr von Franckenstein in 1662 because of economic difficulties as a result of the Thirty Years' War . Florian von Seckendorff had already employed Protestant clergy in Ullstadt in 1524. In 1533 he was then committed to the Augsburg Confession and thus officially carried out the Reformation . The last Catholic and first Protestant pastor was Johannes Nagel. Unlike in other places in the area, only a comparatively few Protestant religious expellees from Austria settled there after the end of the war and carried out the reconstruction. From 1718 to 1725 the Catholic Franckenstein had the old moated castle converted into a representative castle according to plans by the master builder Johann Dientzenhofer . In 1742, the Prince-Bishop of Bamberg, Johann Philipp Anton von Franckenstein, had a cozy, monumental courtyard built, for which the sculptor Ferdinand Dietz supplied the figures and trophies.

The castle with the castle garden and its rococo - Salettl is still one of the family to and from Franckenstein.

This family from Bergstrasse in the Odenwald belonged to the Catholic imperial knighthood nobility. From 1552 to 1560 Rudolf von Frankenstein was Bishop of Speyer, from 1746 to 1753 Johann Philipp von Franckenstein was Prince-Bishop of Bamberg, other Frankenstein were canons e.g. B. in Würzburg or Worms. In the second half of the 19th century and in the 20th century, the Frankenstein played a certain role as Bavarian center and CSU politicians.

Towards the end of the 18th century there were 60 properties in Ullstadt (castle with farm buildings, old castle, church, parsonage, synagogue, schoolhouse, tavern, bath room, forge, small Welsh house, village mill, brick factory, 3 courtyards, 36 estates, 8 estates, 4 houses, 6 houses). The high court exercised the rule of Ullstadt. The manor Ullstadt held the village and community rulership as well as the land rulership over all properties.The rule of Ullstadt belonged to the barons von und zu Frankenstein at that time . She exercised the high court and the village and community rule over Buchhof , Hohenholz , Lamprechtsmühle , Langenfeld and Wiesenmühle . In addition to the 60 properties in Ullstadt, she was also the landlord in Buchhof (1 property), Dottenheim (1), Herpersdorf (1), Hohenholz (3), Hürfeld (2), Iphofen (1), Lamprechtsmühle (1), Langenfeld (66 ), Neundorf (2), Oberlaimbach (24), Obernesselbach (2), Schauerheim (2), Unteresselbach (18) and Wiesenmühle (1).

In 1810 Ullstadt came to the new Kingdom of Bavaria . As part of the municipal edict, the Ullstadt tax district was formed in 1811 , to which Buchhof , Hohenholz , Lamprechtsmühle , Langenfeld and Wiesenmühle belonged. In 1813 the rural community Ullstadt was formed, which was congruent with the tax district. With the second community edict (1818), the rural community was split into

  • Rural community Langenfeld with Hohenholz, Lamprechtsmühle;
  • Rural community of Ullstadt with a book yard and meadow mill.

The administration and jurisdiction of the rural community Ullstadt was subordinate to the district court Neustadt an der Aisch and the financial administration to the rent office Neustadt an der Aisch . The Ullstadt Patrimonial Court held the voluntary jurisdiction and local police until 1848 . On February 12, 1827, the community was handed over to the Markt Bibart district court and the Iphofen rent office . From 1862 Ullstadt was administered by the Scheinfeld district office (renamed the Scheinfeld district in 1938 ) and from 1856 by the Markt Bibart rent office (1920–1929: Markt Bibart tax office , from 1929: Neustadt an der Aisch tax office ). The jurisdiction remained with the district court of Markt Bibart until 1879, from 1880 the district court of Scheinfeld . The municipality had an area of ​​12,391 km².

On May 1, 1978, Ullstadt was incorporated into Sugenheim as part of the municipal reform.

Architectural monuments

Population development

Ullstadt community

year 1818 1840 1852 1855 1861 1867 1871 1875 1880 1885 1890 1895 1900 1905 1910 1919 1925 1933 1939 1946 1950 1952 1961 1970
Residents 438 554 541 555 567 620 625 647 687 634 586 596 579 569 563 520 459 443 424 755 751 689 564 496
Houses 84 97 101 103 103 105 106 116

Location Ullstadt

year 001818 001840 001861 001871 001885 001900 001925 001950 001961 001970 001987
Residents 422 519 567 * 593 613 552 436 723 535 478 387
Houses 81 92 100 100 101 103 113 124
* including book yard and meadow mill


Ullstadt is known for its Jewish cemetery and the synagogue . A Jewish community had existed in Ullstadt since the 17th century and existed until 1936. The community belonged to the district rabbinate of Fürth and in its heyday, in 1837, had 50 community members. The Jewish cemetery and the synagogue can be visited.

The place has two churches, the Protestant St. John's Church and the Catholic parish church of the Assumption .


Web links

Commons : Ullstadt  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. a b 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. 342 ( digitized version ).
  2. Ullstadt in the Bavaria Atlas
  3. ^ Max Döllner : History of the development of the city of Neustadt an der Aisch up to 1933. Ph. C. W. Schmidt, Neustadt a. d. Aisch 1950, OCLC 42823280 ; New edition to mark the 150th anniversary of the Ph. C. W. Schmidt publishing house, Neustadt an der Aisch 1828–1978. Ibid 1978, ISBN 3-87707-013-2 , p. 99 (on the Meingozhausen monastery and its activity limited to the reason for marriage ).
  4. WD Ortmann, p. 206; P. Schneider, p. 243.
  5. Max Döllner (1950), p. 191.
  6. Eberhard Krauss: Exulanten im Evang.-Luth. Deanery Neustadt an der Aisch. Nuremberg 2012 (sources and research on Franconian family history, 27), passim. ISBN 978-3-929865-32-5
  7. HH Hofmann, p. 135.
  8. HH Hofmann, p. 71.
  9. ^ Address and statistical manual for the Rezatkreis in the Kingdom of Baiern . Buchdruckerei Chancellery, Ansbach 1820, p. 59-60 ( digitized version ). HH Hofmann p. 223.
  10. HH Hofmann, p. 195.
  11. a b c 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. 822 ( digitized version ).
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  13. a b Only inhabited houses are given. In 1818 these were designated as fireplaces , in 1840 as houses , and from 1871 to 1987 as residential buildings.
  14. a b Alphabetical index of all the localities contained in the Rezatkreise according to its constitution by the newest organization: with indication of a. the tax districts, b. Judicial Districts, c. Rent offices in which they are located, then several other statistical notes . Ansbach 1818, p. 92 ( digitized version ). For the community of Ullstadt plus the residents and buildings of Buchhof (p. 14) and Wiesenmühle (p. 103).
  15. ^ A b Eduard Vetter (Ed.): Statistical handbook and address book of Middle Franconia in the Kingdom of Bavaria . Self-published, Ansbach 1846, p. 63 ( digitized version ).
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  18. a b 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. 1250 , urn : nbn: de: bvb: 12-bsb00052489-4 ( digitized ).
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