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Image from page 297 of “Dictionnaire historique & biographique de la Suisse : publié avec la recommandation de la Société générale suisse d’histoire et sous la direction de Marcel Godet, Henri Türler [et] Victor Attinger avec de nombreux collaborateurs de
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Identifier: dictionnairehist07gode
Title: Dictionnaire historique & biographique de la Suisse : publié avec la recommandation de la Société générale suisse d’histoire et sous la direction de Marcel Godet, Henri Türler [et] Victor Attinger avec de nombreux collaborateurs de tous les cantons
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: Godet, Marcel, 1877-1949 Türler, Heinrich, 1861-1933 Attinger, Victor, 1856-1927
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Publisher: Neuchâtel : Administration du Dictionnaire historique et biographique de la Suisse
Contributing Library: University of Ottawa
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ui de Wellhausen. Le premier habitant connudu château est. Walter von Wellenberg 1204, ministé-nal de labbaye de Reichenau. Le chevalier Ulrich vonWellenberg entra en conflit avec lesZuricois qui incendiè-rent son château en 1259, et le firent prisonnier. Depuislors, ce château-forl ne fut plus conquis par un ennemi .pourtant au commencement du XVIe s. il fut recons-truit par les Miilleli. ses propriétaires dalors. En 1338,le châleau appartenait à Heinrich el Walter von Spiegel-berg, puis il passa au chevalier Eberhard von Strass,qui le vendil en 1385 aux frères Mans. Hug, Hermannet Beringer von Hohenlandenberg. Kaspar von Hohen-landenberg, qui lit faillite en 1512. avait remis le châ-teau en gage à sa siear Barbara Muntprat. Le beau-fils 270 WELLENBERG WELLNAU de celle-ci. Jakob Môtteli de Rappenstein, à Pfyn, leracheta pour son compte. Mais son fils, Joachim, paraversion pour la Réformation, qui sétait établie dansles environs, vendit au protestant Gregor von Nebenjob Ulm, de

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Le château de Wellenberg. Daprès une gravure duXVIIe s. Ravensburg, le château et la seigneurie de Wellenberg,ainsi que les juridictions de Wellhausen, Rûti, Kirch-berg, Thundorf, Aufhofen, Bietenhart et Buchschoren.Le château resta aux mains des Nebenjob Ulm jusquen 1069 : ilfut alors vendu à Johannes Escher, de /urich, qui lecéda en 1694 à la ville de Zurich, laquelle y installa sonbailli jusquen 1798. Celui-ci administrait, outre lesjuridictions de Wellhausen et Thundorf, la seigneuriede Hiittlingen, ainsi que, conjointe ni avec le repré-sentant de Reichenau, 1rs juridictions de Mettendorfcl Lustdorf. Zurich vendil le château en 1815 à LeonzEder ; celui-ci laliéna en 1839 ; il changea des lors fré-quemment de propriétaire et devinl la propriété deslamilles Bien/, (1876-1900) et Schenkel (depuis 1900). -TU. — Pup. Th. — A. Pupikofer dans TB S. — J.-J.Wâlli dans TB 47. — J.-B. Rahn : Architekturdenkma1er. — Nâf : Burgenbuch (mus.). – Il Hasenfratz :Landgrafschaft T

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Image from page 93 of “Schwäbische Glasmalerei” (1912)
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Title: Schwäbische Glasmalerei
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Balet, Leo, b. 1878
Subjects: Glass painting and staining
Publisher: Stuttgart, Deutsche Verlags-anstalt
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
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Hans Wild, Nebenjob Ulm, 1476—1478. 28. Figurenscheibe mit kniender Frau. Sie kniet auf braunem Fliesenboden und ist gekleidet in goldbrokatiertes Gewand. In der Hand hält sie einen Rosenkranz. DerHintergrund ist blau damasziert, das Ganze von einfachen Rahmensäulchen mit Rund-bogen in Grisaille eingerahmt. Gegenstück zu Nr. 29. (Vgl. Kunstgeschichtliches S. 16.) Maß: 85>.46 cm. Technik: Soweit aus den dürftigen Resten zu ersehen, ist Hüttenglas verwendetund Kunstgelb, das ausnahmsweise auf die Vorderseite aufgetragen erscheint. Erhaltung: Sehr schlecht. Die ganze Figur ist mit Ausnahme der Hand undeines kleinen Stücks Ärmel neu und mit wenig Kunstverständnis von Glasmaler Pfort1857 restauriert. Sie war selbstverständlich eine Stifterin. Auch der Hintergrund istmit Ausnahme weniger Stücke vollständig geflickt und hier und da sogar mit rotemGlas. Der Fliesenboden ist ebenfalls ganz neu, ebenso die Architektur mit Ausnahmeeines einzigen Stücks Säulenschacht.

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Hans Wild, Nebenjob Ulm, 1476—1478 – Württembergisch-Fränkisch, um 1480 79 Erwerbung: Stammt aus der Stiftskirche zu Tübingen. Im März 1884 vomKameralamt Tübingen (Domiinendirektion) übergeben (Inventar II, Nr. 8980). Bemerkungen: Ursprünglich stellte die Scheibe wahrscheinlich die Gemahlindes Grafen Eberhard von Württemberg, Barbara von Gonzaga, dar. Hans Wild, Nebenjob Ulm, 1476—1478. 29. Figurenscheibe mit kniendem Ritter. Er betet mit gefalteten Händen und etwas erhobenem Blick Er ist in voller Rüstung, nur das Gesicht und die Hände sind frei-gelassen. Boden, Hintergrund und Umrahmung wie Nr. 28. Gegenstück zu Nr. 28.(Vgl. Kunstgeschichtliches S. Ki.)

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Image from page 205 of “History of the great Northwest and its men of progress : a select list of biographical sketches and portraits of the leaders in business, professional and official life” (1901)
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Title: History of the great Northwest and its men of progress : a select list of biographical sketches and portraits of the leaders in business, professional and official life
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: Hyde, Cornelius William Gillam, 1838- Lounsberry, Clement A., 1843- McGrath, Hugh J Stoddard, William
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Publisher: Minneapolis : Minneapolis Journal
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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, K.T., of New Nebenjob Ulm. He is active in church work,is a member of the First Congregationalchurch of New Nebenjob Ulm, a member and secretaryof the board of trustees, and superintendentof the Sunday school. June 15, 1887, he wasmarried, in Minneapolis, to Helen M. Crook-er, whose father was one of the old residentsof Minnesota, having settled in Owatonna in1857. Two children have been born to them,Francis Eruest, in 1888, and Edward Fowler,in 1892. JONES, David Newton., is a native ofOhio. He was born at Gomer, in that state,September 1, 1850. His father was MauriceF. Jones, the son of Richard Jones. Hismothers maiden name was Mary Evans. Hisearly education was obtained in the publicschools of Gomer, and at the high school ofLima, Ohio. He then entered the Northwest-eiu Ohio Normal School at Ada, until hewas pre[)ared to teach school. He thentaught for three years at Veuedocia. Jones-town, and Gomer, his native town. He wasnow twentv-one vears old, and chose for his HISTORY OF THE GREAT NORTHWEST.

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AVID N. JOXES. life work Iht- piofessiou of medicine. He be-gan his study uuder the direction of Profess-or W. A. Yohn, M. D., and attended the med-ical department of the jSorthern IndianaNormal School at Valparaiso for two and ahalf years. In 187J-S0 he took a course oflectures at the Medical College of Ohio, Cin-cinnati, and another at the Kentucky Schoolof Medicine, Louisville, Ky., and one at theKush Medical College, Chicago, 1880-81. Ee-turniug later, he graduated from this insti-tution with the degree of M. D. He began topractice at Lima, Ohio. After one year, hemoved to Gaylord, Minn., in August, 1882,and established his practice there, where hehas since lived. He is the medical examinerfor the New York Life Insurance Company,the Mutual Life Insurance Company of NewYork, the Equitable Life Assurance Com-pany of the United States, the National LifeInsurance Company, Montpelier, Vt., andthe ^tna Life Insurance Company of Hart-ford, Conn. Dr. Jones is a member of theAmeiican Medic

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