Weistum

Some articles on weistum:

Steinbach Am Glan - History - Middle Ages
... In the Weistum from 1456, a one Clais von Frynswillr crops up as a witness, and in a further 1461 Weistum from Glan-Münchweiler, someone who is likely ... again in the 1419 document mentioned above, and then again in a 1541 Weistum (also a border description) ...
Dennweiler-Frohnbach - History - Middle Ages
... According to the 1355 Grenzscheidweistum (border Weistum, a Weistum – cognate with English wisdom – being a legal pronouncement issued by men learned in law ... The Weistum mentions that the border goes down the brook called the kuralbe ... Also worthy of note is that while Frohnbach (Fronenbach in the Weistum), which belonged to the Remigiusland, is clearly mentioned, Dennweiler, which lay on the brook’s left bank, is not ...
Henschtal - History - Middle Ages - Haschbach Am Glan
... Thus it says in the Weistum of Glan-Münchweiler (a Weistum – cognate with English wisdom – was a legal pronouncement issued by men learned in law in the Middle Ages and early modern times ... Then, in the 1456 Glan-Münchweiler Weistum, it says “Da soll ein apt zu Hornbach von sant Pirmans wegen denselben budel den zehenden zu Haspach zuschen den zwein grunden ... Also appearing in this Weistum as a witness is someone named “Clais von Frynswillr”, who is also named in another Glan-Münchweiler Weistum from 1461 as “Claz von Frinßwiller” ...
Winkel, Rhineland-Palatinate - History
... The Oberwinkel estate’s importance can also be established by its having its own Weistum (a Weistum – cognate with English wisdom – was a legal pronouncement issued by men learned in law in the Middle ... Laid out in the Weistum is the age-old law passed down by word of mouth, renewed each year at the Dingtag before the whole community so that it would last through the ...