Werle

Werle (or Wenden) was a fiefdom, or Herrschaft in German, roughly equivalent to a barony, in the Holy Roman Empire that was founded in 1235. It was created in the partition of territories in Mecklenburg that followed the death of Henry Borwin II of Mecklenburg (died 1226).

The royal (fürstlich in German) House of Werle was a spur line of the House of Mecklenburg line of the Obotrites. The Fiefdom of Werle lay in the area around Güstrow in today's Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany, and stretched eastward to Müritz. It was named after the then-capital Werle, now a village in the municipality Kassow, Rostock district.

The fiefdom collapsed several times into separate dominions. In 1277 it was divided among the sons of the first lord, or Herr in German, into Werle-Güstrow and Werle-Parchim. In 1307, both were reunited by Nicholas II, but they were divided again in 1316 into Werle-Güstrow and Werle-Goldberg. In 1337, Werle-Waren split off from the Werle-Güstrow line. With the death of the William, the last lord on September 7, 1436, the fiefdom once again reverted to Mecklenburg. The title of Lord of Werle was thenceforth carried by all rulers of Mecklenburg. Werle is represented in one of the seven fields of the coat of arms of Mecklenburg.

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Werle - List of Lords
... Nicholas I Lord of Werle (1227–1277) (son of Henry Borwin II of Mecklenburg) Henry I, Lord of Werle-Güstrow (1277–1291) (son of Nicholas I) John I, Lord of Werle-Parchim (1277–1283. 1286) (son of Nicholas I) Henry II, Lord of Werle in Penzlin, (1291–1307) (son of Henry I) Nicholas II, Lord of Werle (1283–1316) (son of John I) John II, Lord of Werle-G. 1352 (son of Nicholas II) Nicholas III, Lord of Werle-Güstrow (1337–1360) (son of John II) Bernard II, Lord of Werle-Waren (1337–1382) (son of John II) Nicholas IV, Lord of Werle-Goldberg (1350–1354) (son ...
Bill Werle - College Pitcher
... Werle pitched for Modesto Junior College in the spring of 1941 ... In March 1942 Werle held the University of Southern California baseball team to eight hits in a key California Intercollegiate Baseball Association contest ... Playing for the Stockton, California, All-Stars, Werle shut out the McClellan Field Commandos, 7–0, in May 1943 ...
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... Nicholas I 1227–1277 (Son of Henry Borwin II), Lord of Werle Henry I 1277–1291 (Son of Nicholas I), Lord of Werle-Güstrow John I 1277–1283 (Son of ...
Bill Werle - Pittsburgh Pirates (1949–1952)
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Bill Werle - Manager and Scout
... Werle was named interim manager of the Hawaii Islanders of the Pacific Coast League in August 1961 ... Werle was placed on the San Francisco Giants roster at the age of 46 in September 1967 ... Werle served as a scout for the Baltimore Orioles in 1980 ...