GENERATION VII:

 

THURINGIA

 


 

VII.1 KNIGHT HANS de BENHUSEN

doc. 1330, 1352 - 1358

 

BELIEVED TO BE THE SON OF JOHANNES von BENNHAUSEN, VI.1

CHRONOLOGY:

1330:

1356. April 29. Fulda

1357. August 24 Amtmann in Vacha.
1358. January 16 Amtmann in Vacha.
1364.
Doc. as a knight.

Information received from the Director of Vacha Casttle Archive

 


 

VII.2 KNIGHT TYLE

doc. 1352 - 1407 brother of Johann v. Beenhausen VI.1 a knight as of 1364.  mar: Jutta Schrimpf 1385 - 1397 (daughter of Hertnit? Schrimpf and Alheid.)  Lord of Dietlas castle 1376

 

CHRONOLOGY:

1338:

1366

1382. July 22

1385. August 24
See KNIGHT TYLE Generation VI.2

1389:

1390: mentioned as the cousin of Heinrich von Rotenberg

1392:

1395:

1401:

1407:

 


Feldeck Castle bei Dietlas Thuringian

 


 

SAXONY

 


 

VII.3 CONRADUS von der DRESSEL CALLED von DRUSSELN OR von DRISULE

doc. 1323

 

 

CHRONOLOGY:

1323: May 22, Spandow, Brandenburg

"Conradus von Drusseln, unser Ritter und Rethe," -- Conrad von der Droessel, our Knight and counselor" -- witnessed a document which stated that the Dukes Rudolph and Wenzlaw, in the presence of Court people from Brandenburg donated a chapel to Bitterfeld Castle, p.1.8.  

Comment:  Conrad was a Knight and his Duke identifies him as his advisor, none

of the other witnesses are so identified.  

1323: Dec. 24. The knights Rule and Coneke von Drisule are witnesses to the document that the duke Rudolf von Sachsen-Wittenberg pledges the city and castle of Hitzacker with all its income, with its higher and lower jurisdictions, with income from duty, with its villages, and other possessions on the brothers Hinze, and Ulrich von Warmstorf and on (Tamme) Loser.

 

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The location of ten Dressel estates in Saxony

 


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