Recklinghausen country - Recklinghausen-Land

The municipality of Recklinghausen-Land , also known as the parish Recklinghausen in the 19th century , was a municipality in the Recklinghausen district in the Prussian province of Westphalia until 1926 . [1] It included parts of today's cities Herten , Marl , Oer-Erkenschwick and Recklinghausen .

geography

The two parts of the community Recklinghausen country on this map of 1889 as parish Recklinghausen referred

The Recklinghausen-Land community consisted of two spatially separate parts. The larger part of the area stretched west and north of the city of Recklinghausen and included the farmers Bockholt , Disteln (with Backum ), Ebbelich, Hochlar , Hochlarmark , Langenbochum , Lenkerbeck , Löntrop (with Hüls and Korthausen), Scherlebeck , Speckhorn (with Börste) and Stuckenbusch . The smaller part of the area, which extended east of the city of Recklinghausen, consisted of the four farmers Berghausen , Erkenschwick , Essel andRöllinghausen . In 1895 the community had an area of ​​68.4 km². [2]

story

The Recklinghausen-Land community emerged from the old Recklinghausen parish . Since 1844 it belonged to the Recklinghausen office in the Recklinghausen district. [3] In the second half of the 19th century, several large coal mines emerged in the municipality, which led to a sharp rise in population.

The community was dissolved on April 1, 1926 by the law on the reorganization of communal boundaries in the industrial districts of Rhenish-Westphalia . Berghausen, Bockholt, Börste, Essel, Hochlar, Hochlarmark, Röllinghausen, Speckhorn and Stuckenbusch came to the city of Recklinghausen, Hüls, Lenkerbeck and Löntrop came to the municipality of Marl, Scherlebeck, Disteln, Ebbelich and Langenbochum came to the municipality of Herten and Erkenschwick came to the municipality of Oer- Erkenschwick . [4]

Mining

In the municipality of Recklinghausen-Land there were, among others, the Ewald coal mine in Erkenschwick, King Ludwig in Röllinghausen, Recklinghausen in Hochlarmark and Schlägel & Eisen in Thistles.

Population development

year Residents Those
1833 3.792 [5]
1858 3.693 [1]
1871 3.779 [6]
1885 5.407 [7]
1895 8.776 [2]
1910 41.087 [8]

Individual evidence

  1. ^ A b Statistical news about the government district of Münster, 1860
  2. a b Genwiki: Landgemeinde Recklinghausen
  3. ^ Official Journal of the Münster Government 1844: Formation of the Recklinghausen Office
  4. Stephanie Reekers: The regional development of the districts and communities of Westphalia 1817-1967 . Aschendorff, Münster Westphalia 1977, ISBN 3-402-05875-8 , p. 274.
  5. Westfalenlexikon 1832-1835 . In: Landschaftsverband Westfalen-Lippe (Ed.): Reprints for the Westphalian archive maintenance . tape 3 . Münster 1978, p. 249 (reprint of the original from 1834).
  6. Volkszählung 1871
  7. ^ Community encyclopedia for the province of Westphalia 1885
  8. Uli Schubert: German municipality register 1910. Retrieved on April 22, 2014 .

Coordinates: 51 ° 36 ' N , 7 ° 10' E