Gaisweiler - Gaisweiler

Gaisweiler
City of Pfullendorf
Coat of arms of Gaisweiler
Coordinates: 47 ° 55 ′ 33 ″ N , 9 ° 12 ′ 48 ″ E
Height : 636 m ü. NN
Area : 3,55 km²
Residents : 117 (Dec. 31, 2018)
Population density : 33 inhabitants / km²
Incorporation : 1st January 1975
Postal code : 88630
Area code : 07552

Gaisweiler is one of seven localities [1] in the town of Pfullendorf in the Sigmaringen district in Baden-Württemberg , Germany .

geography

Geographical location

The small village of Gaisweiler lies at an altitude of 642 m above sea level. NN [2] on the edge of the Niederterrasse [3] on the right side of the Kehlbachtal [4] , 3.5 kilometers west of Pfullendorf [3] [4] . Gaisweiler is a street village on Landesstraße 212 [5] at the entrance to which the trade is concentrated [6] .

Expansion of the area

The total area of ​​the old community Gaisweiler covers 366 hectares [A 1] (as of January 1, 1973) [7] , that of the Gaisweiler district 190 hectares (as of 1838) [8] and that of the Tautenbronn 152 hectares (as of 1939) . [9] [A 2]

Teilorte

The village of Gaisweiler , the hamlet of Tautenbronn and the Bethlehem homestead belong to the village of Gaisweiler . Furthermore, the Haidach desert . [3]

story

Until 1975 the villages formed the independent municipality of Gaisweiler. The community belonged to Hohenzollern from 1806 and was assigned to the Hohenzollern Oberamt Wald , later to the "old" district of Sigmaringen . On January 1, 1969, it was attached to the Überlingen district , but returned to the new Sigmaringen district during the 1973 district reform . [6]

As part of the regional reform in Baden-Württemberg , the previously independent community of Gaisweiler with the village of Gaisweiler, the hamlet of Tautenbronn and the Bethlehem homestead was incorporated into the town of Pfullendorf with effect from January 1, 1975. [10] [11]

Gaisweiler

Gaisweiler was mentioned for the first time in 1257. The place was originally in Linzgau , the county of Heiligenberg still claimed the high court at a later date . In 1257 and 1267 the village was assigned to the Wald monastery with the consent of the liege Hugo von Montfort . From 1806 through the secularization of the monastery due to the Reichsdeputationshauptschluss , Gaisweiler belonged to the princely and from 1850 as part of the Hohenzollern Lands to the Prussian Oberamt Wald until 1862 , since then to the Oberamt and later the Sigmaringen district.

Tautenbronn

The local area formed a Hohenzollern exclave in Baden . Tautenbronn was first mentioned in 1420 when the village was handed over from Konrad von Gammerschwang to the Wald monastery. In 1806 the hamlet and forest come to Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen .

Population development

121 inhabitants currently live in the village of Gaisweiler (as of June 2015), 74 in Gaisweiler and 47 in Tautenbronn. Gaisweiler is thus Pfullendorf's smallest district. [12]

Stand Residents
1961, 6. June 104[13]
1970, May 27 106[7]
2012 119[2]
2015, June 121[6]

Religion

Ecclesiastically, Gaisweiler belonged to the Roman Catholic parish of Pfullendorf until 1818, and today it belongs to the Wald parish. [3] Tautenbronn also belonged to the Pfullendorf parish, but was parished to the Wald parish as a result of the Ordinary Decree of January 18, 1839, and to the Aftholderberg parish since 1878 (Herdwangen-Schönach community, Großschönach district). [3] Evangelical Christians belong to Ostrach. [3]

Political

Former mayor

  • Karl Bezikofer

Local council

The village of Gaisweiler has its own local council , which consists of six volunteer local councils including a local mayor as chairman. The local council is directly elected by the people. The electoral term lasts five years. Since the municipal elections in Baden-Württemberg in 2014, the local council has been composed as follows: [14] [15]

Turnout: 63.7%

Mayor

  • 1984–2009: Helmut Kirchmann[6]
  • since 2009: Olaf-Peter Krom (Free Voters) [6]

Culture and sights

Buildings

  • The former town hall in Gaisweiler was appointed several years ago by the City town house rebuilt. The meeting room of the local council and the voting room are located here. A large civic hall with 50 seats and a kitchen has been installed in the attic, which can be rented for private celebrations. In addition, the “Kehlbachfrösche”, the only association in the village after the fire brigade was integrated into the Aach-Linz department in 2007, have their meeting room here. [5] [6]
  • Restaurants: In the past there was the "Linde" (closed in 1982) and the "Café Linzgau" (burned down) in the village of Gaisweiler, and the "Tannenburg" in Tautenbrunn, now a residential building, was known as a place for excursions and dance for its forest stage. Today in Gaisweiler there is the "Jägerhof" with beer garden and snack bar, which is part of the Jägerhof adventure park . [5] [6]

Parks

  • The car park and the west entrance of the Seepark Linzgau are located at the eastern exit of the village . Next to it is the “adventure golf course”, which counted 32,500 visitors in the 2014 season, the neighboring “football golf course” 21,500 visitors. [6]

Economy and Infrastructure

There are currently five businesses in the village (as of August 2012): three on Gaisweiler, two on Tautenbronn with the gravel plant. Agricultural businesses are rare, the two originally rural sub-towns have become pure residential communities. [5]

education

There is no kindergarten or elementary school. In the past, the children could go to primary school in Hippetsweiler, today Aach-Linz, Pfullendorf or Wald are the options. [6]

Personalities

Weblinks

Remarks

  1. The 355 hectares (status: 1948) are no longer up-to-date (cf. Gaisweiler . In: Walther Genzmer (Hrsg.): Die Kunstdenkmäler Hohenzollern. Volume 2; District Sigmaringen , W. Speemann, Stuttgart 1948. p. 115).
  2. 1838: 457 acres ; Cf. Johann Daniel Georg von Memminger (Hrsg.): Württemberg year books for patriotic history, geography, statistics and topography. Born in 1838. First issue . JG Cotta'schen Buchhandlung, Stuttgart and Tübingen, 1839. p. 326.

Individual evidence

  1. Districts on the website of the City of Pfullendorf , accessed on June 3, 2015
  2. a b Cf. Gaisweiler . In: Müller's Large German Local Book 2012 . Verlag De Gruyter, Berlin / Boston 2012. ISBN 978-3-11-027420-2 . P. 408.
  3. a b c d e f Cf. Pfullendorf c) Gaisweiler . In: The state of Baden-Württemberg. Official description by district and municipality. Volume VII: Tübingen administrative region. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart 1978, ISBN 3-17-004807-4 . Pp. 834-841, here p. 836.
  4. a b Gaisweiler . In: Walther Genzmer (Ed.): Die Kunstdenkmäler Hohenzollern. Volume 2; Sigmaringen district , W. Speemann, Stuttgart 1948. p. 115.
  5. a b c d e Anthia Schmitt: Crossing is an important concern for the citizens. Mayor Olaf-Peter Krom introduces the community of Gaisweiler / Tautenbronn . In: Schwäbische Zeitung from August 31, 2012
  6. a b c d e f g h i j k Kirsten Johanson (kaj): Gaisweiler-Tautenbronn: Hüben traffic noise, over there pure nature . In: Südkurier of June 30, 2015
  7. a b District of Sigmaringen. (= The city and rural districts of Baden-Württemberg in words and numbers; Issue 58) . Published by the Ministry of the Interior and Ministry of Economics in Baden-Württemberg, processing and printing of the State Statistical Office of Baden-Württemberg, Stuttgart, 1972. p. 27
  8. ^ Johann Daniel Georg von Memminger (Hrsg.): Württemberg year books for patriotic history, geography, statistics and topography. Born in 1838. First issue . JG Cotta'schen Buchhandlung, Stuttgart and Tübingen, 1839. p. 326.
  9. Cf. Statistisches Reichsamt (Hrsg.): Official municipality register for the German Reich based on the census of 1939. (= Statistics of the German Reich. Volume 550) . Verlag für Sozialpolitik, Wirtschaft u. Statistics, Paul Schmidt, Berlin, 1940. p. 31.
  10. ^ Federal Statistical Office (ed.): Historical municipality register for the Federal Republic of Germany. Name, border and key number changes in municipalities, counties and administrative districts from May 27th, 1970 to December 31st, 1982 . W. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart / Mainz 1983, ISBN 3-17-003263-1 , p. 549.
  11. Common Official Gazette for Baden-Württemberg 1974, p. 803.
  12. Jürgen Witt (jüw): Jägerhof and Drachenfliegerin . In: Südkurier of June 30, 2015
  13. ^ Federal Statistical Office (ed.): Historical municipality register for the Federal Republic of Germany. Name, border and key number changes in municipalities, counties and administrative districts from May 27th, 1970 to December 31st, 1982 . W. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart / Mainz 1983, ISBN 3-17-003263-1 , p. 503 f.
  14. http://www.pfullendorf.de/fileadmin/kempf/Gaisweiler.pdf (link not available)
  15. Free voters form a majority in Aach-Linz . In: Schwäbische Zeitung of May 27, 2014
  16. Hans Peter Walter (hpw): A masterpiece of the cannon. Uwe Setzer wins the German trophy in the individual competition . In: Südkurier of July 21, 2012
  17. Carola Föhrenbacher: So close to heaven . In: Südkurier of February 13, 2010
  18. Siegfried Volk (siv): honor for a fair athlete . In: Südkurier of June 29, 2012
  19. Monique Werner on the website of the German Hang Glider Association. V.