The Rosemonts owned Wolf House in Holland that used to belong to the Dukes of Brambant. The Rosemont cote of arms depicts a dancing wolf, and owned wolf names.
The Wolfswinkelse water mill were a water mill on doze. The water mill is himself in the municipality OedenrodeOedenrode Oedenrode between Breugel and Nijnsel. Possibly this mill ever shop mill has been called.
302. Gijsbert ROESMONT. After dying the ships nobleman hendrik Heym
in 1427 took he are place on the ship chair. He was church master of
Saint Janskerk, member of Lieve-Vrouwe-broederschap and died in 1449
306. Nobleman Arnold the ROOVER Dirkszn., knight, embark 1349 and
1355. he had married with Catharina Berthout said of Berlaer, for the
of Lodewijk, lord of Helmond and Keerbergen, and of Johanna van
Dinther. After dying her he have been still remarried with Maria van
Leyenberg Gerardsdr. The Roover were member of the Lieve-Vrouwe-
broederschap and exchanged it temporary with eternal in 1384 307.
Nobleman Dirck the Roover Janszn., lord of the Nemerlaer. He was
appointed as ships in
1386.,1391.,1394.,1399.,1403.,1406.,1407.,1410.,1411 and 1418. he
held in 1411 the chairmanship and died during he ship were in 1418th
its continuator in the ship chair was nobleman Gerard Monix. He
married Agnes, supposedly for the of nobleman Dirk van Houweningen,
knight, bailiff of zuid-Holland, and of Agnes van Ysselstein. Lieve-
Vrouwe-broederschap counted the Roover under its members 308.
Nobleman Geerlink the ROOVER Edmondszn., embark 1503.,1510.,1517 and
1521. he was innkeeper (bewaarder, lock tutor) of the castle at
Heeswijk, then an open house of the duke of brabant. On 28 June 1512
he travelled with the edellieden knight Jan van Baecx, laagschout,
Mr. Jan van Vladeracken, lord of Geffen, president, Lambert Millinck,
sworn, Martinus of Campen, Council lord, the town secretary Mr. Simon
van Coudenberch and Jan van Kessel, schout of Boxtel, to Turnhout to
greet name of the city emperor Maximiliaan, tutor of under 21 the
duke Karel, and concerning the town share in the war costs with
gelderland to pronounce. During this war the Roover were of the four
fortificatiemeesters of the city, which had been in particular
dedicated ensure its strengthening and security. He dissipated in
September 1513 with five small flags foot people in service of the
city the geldersen from the borough Megen. The Roover had married
with Geertruida neck Herbertsdr., died 9 September 1524 and in Saint
Janskerk were buried. The line the Roover can be called, however, the
oldest government family of s’-Hertogenbosch. At the beginning of the
13e centuries we find already the Roover in the ship chair, also
during the 14e, 15e to the first parts of the 16, century sat its
members in the government. Geerlink, bovengemeld were the last.
Moreover it held the four Roovers high in look staande office of
hoogschout of the city and Meyerij of s hertogenbosch
Ghisbertus of of the poorten give a house to the brotherhood to the
Hinthamerstraat (now no. 94).
2.1 lusciousness wolf shop up to 1604
2.2 from 1604 up to 1795
2.3 from 1795 up to present
3 surrounding water mills
4 external link
In the name wolf shop shop means an angle. The element wolf however can be explained in several manners. Many think first of the animal name, but it can beat also on an area convexity. That seems to a significant declaration because such terreinvorm in the surroundings can be designated expressly (, as it happens, striking high steilrand doze, a half kilometre to the north).
[treat] lusciousness wolf shop up to 1604
The mill was given around 1200 duke Hendrik I of Brabant to the priory of Postel. Later it became a small lusciousness, from omgrachte hofstede existing (the Waterhoef), a farm and the water mill. This area was spent by the ducal couple Johanna of Brabant and Wenceslas I of Luxembourg in 1381 in leen on the nobleman Edmund d’Aquis. Then also slotje would be built. The oldest well-known occupant Agnes van Wolfswinkel would be, whereupon its son Colen van Dijnter has inherited the possession, whereupon Geerke and Emont van Dijnter the owner eigenaren were. In 1450 the lusciousness in possession of the family of Rosemont, and afterwards the families Coensborgh and Molenpas was. The slotje had then already disappeared. Families called in 15e and the 16th century are followed by the families Huyoel, Bogaers, the Cocq, Van Broekhoven and Thielemans.
[treat] from 1604 up to 1795
In 1604 the mill was sold, apart from the domain, as separate fief to Coenraedt Jan Adriaens. In 1628 the mill has of Jhr. the Jeger which in 1650 an oil mill at the original corn mill let build. We around 1720 were the mill in the possession of lord Lambert, earl of Berlo, and after its dead the mill was sold to Johan Carel the Jeger, which were lord of Eckart.
In the French time, at the end of the 18th century, the mill in fire was put by the English and German troops, in order this way the English army, which had contracted on the Nistelrooise heathland, warn for the approaching french. Then the remainders in 1795, were sold to widow Raon van Schalkwijk, who let the mill rebuild 50 meters upstream.
[treat] from 1795 up to present
After rebuild the mill has had a lot of owner eigenaren. She was among others used during the 19th century as volmolen by the Geldropse and the Tilburgse textile manufacturers. Although the mill in 1878, was still in functioning, she touched shortly afterwards in decline. In 1928, fell the lock in dozes and the water mill was sold to Waterschap dozes. After 1945 the water mill was demolished, in spite of attempts to conservation of it.
Nowadays rest on this picturesque spot only the mill house. Moreover the water farmhouse reminds to the former lusciousness. Additionally, small monumentje to the water mill, as well as the way remind which leads there gone, which still the name carries water mill street. Bicycle route network conducts the Peel.
Hendrik II of champagne
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Hendrik II of champagne
Earl of champagne
King of Jerusalem
1192 – 1197
Manful Council of Montferrato
Amalrik the Lusignan
Hendrik I of champagne
Maria of France
Hendrik II of champagne also Hendrik I of Jerusalem (29 July 1166 – Akko, 10 September 1197), bijg. young, was the oldest son of Hendrik I of champagne and Maria of France, for the of Lodewijk VII of France and Eleonora of Aquitanië.
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