Otto I, Count Palatine of Mosbach (271 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article Otto I (24 August 1390 – 5 July 1461) was the Count Palatine of Mosbach from 1410 until 1448, and the Count Palatine of Mosbach-Neumarkt from 1448 until
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May 27, 2020 · Sponsors were George Schall, single son of Tobias Schall, and Eva Barbara, single daughter of Stephan Hauck. Tobias Schall (No. 72 above) also from Mittelschefflenz, had emigrated in 1748 and settled in the Dryville, Berks County, area and appears in the Mertz's (Beaver Creek) church register. 3. He signed a will in 1802 in Earl Twp., Berks, PA.
hosted by Countess Eva (1481–1543) in a friendly and generous way, the farmers left without causing great damage. The castle only suffered minor damage in the Thirty Years' War. During the War of the Palatine Succession, however, invading French troops razed the entire site in 1690.
The culture at the ducal court of Sigmund and Albrecht IV of Bavaria-Munich was characterised by a coexistence of traditional as well as novel concepts and interests, which were expressed in the dukes’ artistic, architectural and literary patronage.
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