Neupotz, Rhineland-Pfalz, Germany

ROLL-Related Family Surnames which came from Neupotz: BEHR, SCHAFF
Note: Mr. Franz Pfadt of Leimersheim, Germany, has contributed all the information to build this Neupotz web page.

Neupotz Civic Arms     

Civic Arms description: A blue background with a golden bell, below a silver fish bent towards the left. The arms was authorized August 31st 1841 by Ludwig I., the first king of Bavaria. Previously, the oldest seal of Neupotz, verified from 1724 until 1729, shows an object looking like a bell with 2 stars next to it, one on the left and the other on the right side next to it, probably a special device to catch fish with, called "Spreitgarn" [an old German word not in use anymore, but "Garn" is the German word for yarn]. When drawing up a new court-seal in 1744, the "Spreitgarn" became a bell, above which a crown was hanging, and the fish was no longer bent towards the left but towards the right. This seal was still in use in 1839. The bell was a device used to catch fish and the fish represents an early fisherman village.
Neupotz flag description: from blue and white and blue devided in a ratio of 1:3:1, with the seal in it, and authorized February 11th, 1985 by the county government in Neustadt.

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NEUPOTZ, RHINELAND-PFALZ, GERMANY


AERIAL VIEW OF NEUPOTZ, RHINELAND-PFALZ, GERMANY


PANORAMIC VIEW OF NEUPOTZ, RHINELAND-PFALZ, GERMANY.


NEUPOTZ CHURCH


a. b. c. d.
ST. BARTHOLOMÄUS CATHOLIC CHURCH (1725-Present) - Neupotz, Pfalz, Germany. a) and b) The first church was built in 1570 without a steeple. It was destroyed in the 30 Years War (1618-1648) by vandals. A new church was build with a steeple in 1725 and has undergone several remodelings. c) and d) Inside alter view. Notice the yellow and white banner for Easter services. St. Bartholomäus was a martyr.

Hear the
beautiful
Neupotz
church bells.



1650 to 1900's Neupotz Inhabitant SURNAMES

ROLL-related surnames are in bold lettering.

ÄDISHEIMER, AHMER (OUMER), ÄMLEIN, ALGAYER, ALGÖWER, ALLMANN, ANGERMEIER, ANTHON, ANTONI, AULER, AVRIL, BAIER, BAIBACH, BANGERS, BARANDIST, BARON, BARZ, BAUGERS, BAUMANN, BECHTHOLD, BECKER, BÄR, BEHR, BEITH, BELLAIRE, BENDEL, BLOCKMAYER, BÖTTINGER, BOLTZ, BRAUN, BREITH, BRUNNER, BÜGEL, BÜRCKEL, BÜRGEL, BAURGES, BURGER, BURCK, CERPETI, CLOS, DAUB, DAUER, DEISSLER, DELBE, DEOBALD, DEUBIG (TEIBIG), DÖRRLER, DOERRLER, DREYER, EDESHEIMER, EMMERLING, ENGEL, ENGLERT, ESCHERMANN, ESEL, FELBERS, FELIX, FETH, FINK, FISCHER, FLÖRSCHINGER, FÖLLINGER, FRISCHHOLZ, FRISSON, FRONHEISER, FROMM, FÜGEN, FÜGER, FUNCK, GEBHARDT, GÄHRLEIN, GERL, GEHRLEIN, GEIGER, GEISSERT, GILB, GIMPEL, GÖBELE, GOECK, GÖTZ, GRABER, GRUBER, GSCHWIND, GULDEN, HAMMER, HASSENTEUFEL, HATZENBÜHLER, HAUBER, HEID, HEIDT, HEIM, HEINTZ, HEINS, HENNIGIN, HERRLE, HERRMANN, HERTZLER, HESSELSCHWERDT, HICK, HÖRNER, HOFFER, HOFFMANN, HOLDERBACH, INGENTHRON, JOACHIM, JUNG, KEGLER, KAYSER, KEIBER, KELLER, KERN, KERNSTOCK, KESSEL, KIESSLING, KINTZ, KIRCHMER, KIRNBERGER, KIRSCH, KISTNER, KISSLING, KLEBER, KLEIN, KLINGERLE, KLOOS, KNOBEL, KNOLL, KÖNIG, KRAMER, KRAMPF, KRAUS, KRÄGER, KREGER, KREICHGAUER, KUHN, KUHNMÜNCH, KUHNS, KUNTZ, LAU, LEIBEL, LEUTHNER, LIEBEL, LINNEBACHER, LÖSCH, LOEW, LOY, MADLEHNER, MAJER, MAYER, MALTHANER, MARTHALER, MARTIN, MARZ, MATHEISS, MELLEIN, MERCKEL, MERTZ, MERZ, METZ, MINTZING, MOHR, MILLER, MÜLLER, NUBER, OCHSENREITHER, OHMER (AUMER), ÖSWEIN, ORTH, PATZER, PFADT, PFALZGRAF, PFIRRMANN, PFISTER, PROPHETER, RAULE, REICHLING, REISZ, REISS, RINK, RÖHRING, ROETHER, RÖTHER, RÜCK, RUNCK, SEILER, SELEIDER, SERR, SIMON, SITTINGER, SOHL, SCHAFF (SCHAAFF, SCHAAF), SCHART, SCHARDT, SCHERRER, SCHINDLER, SCHIRMER, SCHLEICHER, SCHLINDWEIN, SCHLOSS, SCHMID, SCHMIDT, SCHMITT, SCHNEE, SCHNEIDER, SCHÖN, SCHOCH, SCHWAB, SCHWAN, SCHWEIN, SCHWIND, STEIN, STRASSER, THOMAS, TRAPP, TRAUTH, ULRICH, VEIT, VEITH, VOGEL, WALTER, WEBER, WEGHEIMER, WEICHEL, WENTZ, WERNER, WERREL, WÖSCHLER, WESSLER, WESCHLER, WILLIG (WILLICK), WINGERTER, WINKELMANN, WÖRNER, WOLF, WOLFF, WINTZEL, WÜNSCHEL, WÜST, ZIEHL, ZIMER, ZIEMER, ZIMMERLE, ZIMMERMANN, ZIRCKER, ZÖLLER


2000's Neupotz Inhabitant SURNAMES

-A-
ABEL, ADAM, AKARTUNA, AMENT, ANTONI, ARENTH, ARNOLD,
-B-
BÄCKER, BAER, BALZER, BARZ, BAUMAN, BAYER, BECKER, BALLAIRE, BERESA, BLANKERT, BLUMENINSEL, BOHNER, BRUST, BUCHFINK, BÜCHLER, BURGER, BURK, BUSCH,
-C-
CEBULLA, COLLING, CRONAUER, CZERWINSKI,
-D-
DAMMINGER, DAUB, DE HOOGE, DELLINGER, DICKERHOF, DIETZ, DILLENZ, DO, DREYER, DUDENHÖFFER, DUMSER,
-E-
EHLERT, EHNES, EICHHORN, EISENSTECK, ELSENHEIMER, EMMERLING,
-F-
FALLENSTEIN, FELDER, FELDMANN, FERREIRA, FILLIBECK, FINK, FISCHER, FITTERER, FÖLLINGER, FOOS, FRENZEL, FRIEDRICH, FRÖHLICH, FUCHS, FÜGEN, FÜRST,
-G-
GEHRLEIN, GEIGER, GERSPACHER, GERST, GLASER, GONDAL, GOTSCHE, GRIMM, GRISCHY, GSCHWIND,
-H-
HABERER, HACKMANN, HAESLER, HAMMER, HANZLIK, HASBOLAT, HATZENBÜHLER, HAUBER, HÄUßEL, HEID, HEIDT, HEINTZ, HELCK, HELLMANN, HEMSING, HENECKA, HERRLE, HESS, HEUBEL, HICK, HINCKEL, HIRSCHEL, HOFFMANN, HOFMANN, HOOCK, HÖRNER,
-J-
JANTZER, JUNG, JUST-WINKLER,
-K-
KALESSA, KEIBER, KEIL, KELLER, KERN, KIEFER, KIMMEL, KLACAK, KLEIN, KNÖTHIG, KOLLETH, KRAATZ, KRAJCYK, KRÄMER, KRAUS, KREGER, KRETSCHMER, KRÖNER, KROPP, KUHN, KUJAWA, KUNTZ, KUNZ,
-L-
LEINGANG, LENK, LERCH, LIEBEL, LINDNER, LÖSCH, LOUIS,
-M-
MACK, MAJOR, MALTHANER, MARZ, MAURER, MENDEL, MENTZ, MERZ, METZ, MEYER, MIROW, MITTENBÜHLER, MOLDER, MOSEL, MOSER, MÜLLER,
-N-
NEFF, NENSEWITZ, NERGENAU, NEUNREither; NICKLIS, NITSCHKE, NUBER, NÜCKEL,
-O-
OCHSENREITHER, OLIVASTRI, ORTH,
-PQ-
PALANT, PFAU, PFIRRMANN, PFLAUMER, PORGORZELSKI,
-R-
RADECKER, RAPP, REIF, REIS, REIß, REITER, REUBELT, RIEDEL, RIEß, RODACH, ROMACKER, RODENBERGER, ROTH, RÖTHER, RUPPENTHAL,
-S-
SAND, SARTOWSKI, SAUER, SCHAAF, SCHARDT, SCHAUFF, SCHER, SCHERRER, SCHINDLER, SCHLAWATZKI, SCHLOß, SCHLOSS, SCHMIDT, SCHMITT,
-T-
TABBOUCHE, THIEDE, THOMAS, TOMASIC, TRAPP, TRÄUTLEIN, TURRE,
-U-
UNTERHASELBERGER,
-V-
VOGELER, VOLANDT, VORPAHL,
-W-
WAGNER, WAYAND, WEBER, WENZEL, WERLING, WIDMER, WINKLER, WOLF, WÜNSCH, WÜNSCHEL,
-XYZ-
XANDER, ZELLNER, ZIEROLD, ZINGAL,


Genealogists searching for the following surnames:

Neupotz Genealogy Book: The chronicle of Neupotz, "Vom Rheinübergang um das Jahr 275 zum Neuen-Potz. Familien- und Gebäudechronik der Gemeinde Neupotz von 1650 bis 1997", written by Albert Weigel, contains a lot of pedigrees, pictures, village history etc. The chronicle of Kuhardt (a few miles northwest of Neupotz), "Kuhardt, Orts- und Familienchronik" (this are two books) contains very interesting information about this village and the families who lived there. It was written by Gerhard Geiger and Roland Eiswirth.

OHMER (AUMER) - Joel A. Ohmer - gooup@@peoplepc.com - www.ohmer.org
BEHR, SCHAF/SCHAAF/SCHAFF - Mitch Roll - mitch@@rollintl.com


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