Příspěvky k dějinám a držitelům statku Mistrovice v 16. až 18. století

Stránky 45–82
DOI 10.37520/cnm.2020.08
Klíčová slova Bohemian Nobility, Early Modern History, Jakartovští of Sudic, Knoblochové of Knobloch, Mistrovice, Veispachové of Veispach, Wallbrunns
Citace STARÝ, Marek. Příspěvky k dějinám a držitelům statku Mistrovice v 16. až 18. století. Časopis Národního muzea. Řada historická. Praha: Národní muzeum, 2020, 189(3-4), 45–82. DOI: https://doi.org/10.37520/cnm.2020.08. ISSN 1214-0627. Dostupné také z: https://publikace.nm.cz/periodicke-publikace/casopis-narodniho-muzea-rada-historicka/189-3-4/prispevky-k-dejinam-a-drzitelum-statku-mistrovice-v-16-az-18-stoleti
Časopis Národního muzea. Řada historická | 2020/189/3-4

Contribution to the History and Holders of the Mitrovice-Estate from the 16th to the 18th Century

The small village of Mistrovice (today part of the municipality of Nový Oldřichov, Česká Lípa district) was an independent aristocratic estate held by several lesser-known noble families in the Middle Ages. The first of these families were the Veispach of Veispach, who built a noble residence, a fortress, here at the end of the 16th century. At that time Mistrovice was connected with the neighbouring estate Volfartice. But already at the beginning of the 17th century it became a separate estate as the widow’s dowry of Anna Veispach of Wolfersorf. During the Thirty Years’ War, Jakub Wilhelm Knobloch of Knobloch, who had not long before been ennobled, took over the ruined farm as a pledge, and in 1649 a contract was concluded by which Anna’s heirs transferred the hereditary ownership of the estate to Jakub’s son Adam Franz. Adam resided at nearby Svojkov, which he bequeathed to his sister Anna before his childless death, while his wife, Helena Veronika Rozhovská of Krucemburk, became the heiress of Mistrovice. She married for the second time Karel Jakartovský of Sudice, originally from Moravia. Shortly before Karl’s death in 1706, his eldest daughter Margaret Sofia bought the Mistrovice estate. She later took over her father’s second estate Mšené-Lázně, but in order to pay off her sisters, she sold in 1710 Mistrovice to the Wallbrunns, originally from the Rhineland. Under them, in the middle of the 18th century, the Mistrovice fortress was rebuilt into a chateau, but nothing of it has survived to this day. The epitaph of Mistrovice’s independence as a noble estate was written in 1764, when it was sold to Count Oldřich Kinský, the owner of the neighbouring Česká Kamenice dominion. The aim of the present study is to describe in detail, based on archival sources, the property relations to Mistrovice during the period from the 16th to the 18th century and to present a comprehensive genealogy of the noble families who held the estate at that time.

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