Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Hallinger Hollinger Hullinger - Name Origins


"WALCHOUN DE AUHALMINGEN"



Our name was first recorded in documents.

These gentlemen were ministerial Lien of the Bishop of Passau, the former Bishopric of Passau. Now I finally knew where and how the name originated from. From Auhalminger was Ovhalminger, Ahalminger, Arholinger, Ahollinger, Orholinger, ear Hallinger. Thus, one could indeed be quite satisfied. For now, yes. But there must still be what - if the noble lords were still there must be records of where they lived and why the peerage with the time stayed away.

In my research, I came at the Central State Archives, and at the State Archives in Munich.There I found them with records of their peers. There were documents available e.g. Kurbayrischen secret from National Archives 1179, which levies a tax report by Hanns Orholling, and a single by Joerg Joerg Orholling as well as a Grub. Also from the bailiff office in Burghausen records in the State Archives in Munich are available, which resulted in records of these gentlemen. These gentlemen have been recorded in the archive as Notthafft Notthafft. Armed with such information, it is instantly addictive and you can not stop even more so.


So I went on the search for the origin. After further lengthy research, I finally arrived at the destination. A cry of joy, a sigh - finally - the castle of our ancestors. It is in place in the district of Deggendorf Aholming near Plattling in Bavaria. At this castle, they were named after them in the year 740 AD, the first Times mentioned. Unfortunately only is the service wing and this is already exposed to decay. This castle, and the rest is owned by the Counts of Arco moss from a neighboring Aholming. There is also the ancestral castle of the lords and the Arco brewery.


From 740 AD to 1360 were our ancestors in the castle. In 1361 the property was related to the nobles, the Straubinger Vitztum Ulrich Chamerauer to Haidstein.


From 1405 the property passed by inheritance or by marriage Chamerauern over to the family of Notthafft. Henry of Notthaft from Wernberg, who is also known as "the rich" probably referred to was the powerful scion, whom his family in the 15th Century has produced. In his early years he was mayor of Regensburg, which was held in Vitztumamt Straubing and it also brought to the Treasurer of Duke John of Holland and Zeeland. In 1416 he pledged Bishop George of Passau and the possession of Aholming Penzling. 1419 Henry of Notthaft verlieht to the High court with stocks and gallows. This scaffold was in shrines.The sword and the centuries arisen shrine at this place of execution, the castle is moss.


As the last of John Henry was Notthaft Notthaft, Earl of Wernberg listed as the owner of Aholming. He died in 1734 as the last of his line, so it was abandoned until finally Aholming Elector Maximilian Joseph, on 23/12/1745, the electoral fief to Johann Franz de Paula, Count of Preysing handed. 1758 Count Johann Kaspar received from Preysing moss to it, and after his death, his son of the same. This could break the lock 1791 and the portal buildings and the farmyard. The stone material was used in 1791 to build the brewery in Moss. Thus, the fate of Castle Aholming was sealed. It is frightening to see if you can, like the once great and mighty castle, which also gave the place the name of its owner, expires.
The Walchoun de Auhalmingen

A note in the Augustinian Abbey of St. Nicholas with a family named after Aholming first appeared to 1112th. The Walchoun de Auhalmingen were ministerial Lien of the Bishop of Passau and had its headquarters at Castle Isarau. In the 12th and 13 Century replaced the nobility of the Bishopric of Passau Isarau owned by the government.Then came the Aholming Chamerauer, of which there are 1416 Henry III. acquired by Nothaft on Wernberg. A continuous Hofmarksgeschichte can be detected from more than 300 years under the 1413 Family Nothaft on Wernberg and Aholming.

1419 to the knight Heinrich Nothaft Wernberg was rewarded for his influential position (ministeriales and Vizthume of Lower Bavaria and the Bavarian dukes) of the blood and game ban. Thus, the owner of the ducal court were independent country.


Even death sentences could be imposed and enforced! A gallows was ordained in Stetten (roughly the area around what is now rubble landfill towards the Royal Forest / Ottmaring), the late Gothic stone court, and the sword are in the castle moss.


1553 Aholming received by Emperor Charles V, the right to brew beer (own brewery) and hold fairs. Reported also find records for ceremonial wedding of Johann Albrecht Nothaft with Margaret of Seybold village in 1586, which lasted 14 days and the Landshut wedding was inspired by Prince.


In the 17th Nothaft century shared the rule with the noble families Maxlreinern, Gumpenberg on Pöttmes and Preysing to moss. The Nothafts but seem to have further claims until they became extinct in 1735 and was invested with the Preysing Aholming. After 1791 the Leopold Jändl Schloßbenefiziat Francis Xavier died, allegedly the dilapidated castle was demolished along with Isarau chapel.


Today, only the gate tower reminiscent of the stone coats of arms-Ortenburg Nothaft on the historical significance Aholmings. Apart from the gate tower, only elongated farm buildings remain.


The two defining parameters in the medieval village history, the diocese of Passau and the noble family Nothaft appear on the municipal coat of arms: Or, a blue bar with a rise of covered red wolf.

Ahollinger


Origins of the name

Many families of this name have been in the Order of Santiago, Calatrava, Alcántara and Montesa, (founded to fight the Arabs in Spain, by supporting the Rekonquista and to maintain peace and order and for the safety of pilgrims and defenseless) Carlos III. and St. John of Jerusalem Hospitallers (Knights of the 11th century) made worthy, and many did service for the Royal Chancery of Valladolid and Granada, the Royal Navy or the Royal Guard audience of Oviedo. 

The coat of arms Ahollinger: Two trees in green superimposed on a blue background. The analysis of the family crest leads us to the origin of the surname, because the coat of arms had the function to highlight the characteristics of one sex, the depiction of trees (oak, pine, cypress) indicates a long aristocratic line, with kindness and perseverance, the characteristics of the symbols, was connected. The two colors of the blazon are as follows: The color blue is the symbol for water, the continuity of life, the color stands for nobility, beauty, chastity and fidelity, and the family was marked by other virtues, this included prosperity, perseverance, luck , fame and triumphalism.

Symbology and heraldry

The analysis of the family crest leads us to the origin of the surname, because the coat of arms had the function of the characteristics of one sex hervorzu lift-and the mapping of trees (oak, pine, cypress) indicates a long aristocratic line with quality and endurance , has been the characteristics of the symbols shown connected. The two colors of the blazon are as follows: The color blue is the symbol for water, the continuity of life, the color stands for nobility, beauty, chastity and fidelity, and the family was marked by other virtues, this included prosperity, perseverance, luck , fame and triumphalism.


Ear Hallinger Alois

  
The following statement is from ancestors of Paul and Apolonia Orholling (she lived, according to documents 1555) documentary evidence. There are therefore100% of our biological ancestors. In the other can be given the degree of relationship is no longer occupy.
The difference between the ear and Hallinger Arhollinger or Ahollinger orAholming is just the result of bad spelling and reading error and has been shown to completely identical.

Ancestor List

Walthön de Auhalmingen 1120

Sigiboto de Öhalmingen 1121

Konrad (Chunrad) from 1287 to Ahalming

Ulrich (Ulricus) from 1324 to Orholing

Hanns Jörg and by around 1535 Orholling

Wenzl Orholling of late 15th century

So far, the records are present but not assignable, whether this is father - is son,brother or other close relationship.

As of now there are dieDaten.

Paul and Apolonia Orholling of about 1555
His children: Stephen, married 1666 Catherine,
Mathias married, as well as of 07.31.1650 with Margareta George, born about 1620, died 03/01/1665 married to Barbara - for details see (earHallinger Chronicle and subsequently Ahollingr Chronicle)

Ahollinger

Origins of the name

Many families of this name have been in the Order of Santiago, Calatrava, Alcántara and Montesa, (founded to fight the Arabs in Spain, by supporting the Rekonquista and to maintain peace and order and for the safety of pilgrims and defenseless) Carlos III. and St. John of Jerusalem Hospitallers (Knights of the 11th century) made worthy, and many did service for the Royal Chancery of Valladolid and Granada, the Royal Navy or the Royal Guard audience of Oviedo. 


The coat of arms Ahollinger: Two trees in Gründ superimposed on a blue background. The analysis of the family crest leads us to the origin of the surname, because the coat of arms had the function to highlight the characteristics of one sex, the depiction of trees (oak, pine, cypress) indicates a long aristocratic line, with kindness and perseverance, the characteristics of the symbols, was connected. The two colors of the blazon are as follows: The color blue is the symbol for water, the continuity of life, the color stands for nobility, beauty, chastity and fidelity, and the family was marked by other virtues, this included prosperity, perseverance, luck , fame and triumphalism.

Symbology and heraldry
The analysis of the family crest leads us to the origin of the surname, because the coat of arms had the function of the characteristics of one sex hervorzu lift-and the mapping of trees (oak, pine, cypress) indicates a long aristocratic line with quality and endurance, has been the characteristics of the symbols shown connected. The two colors of the blazon are as follows: The color blue is the symbol for water, the continuity of life, the color stands for nobility, beauty, chastity and fidelity, and the family was marked by other virtues, this included prosperity, perseverance, luck , fame and triumphalism.


Ear Hallinger Alois


Alois Ohrhallinger <aon.912879084@aon.at>

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