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The Special Importance of the Treise Family

My explorations on my home village of Bömighausen led me to Caspar Treise, a well – situated person whoMy explorations on my home village of Bömighausen led me to Caspar Treise, a well – situated person who owned this village as a feudal tenure. He was on duty as an official in different domains for the Counts of Waldeck, e.g. as a bailiff from 1539 to 1543. Caspar Treise certificated several documents with the same heraldic figure, a pomegranate. From the “Waldeckischen Wappenbuch” (= Waldeccian Heraldic Figure Book) one can learn that Caspar Treise sealed a letter dealing with an oath to refrain from vengeance for Johan Nassauer from Helmighausen in 1541. He certificated the feudal tenure document for Georg auf der Emde and his brothers Johann, Hans und Ricus. They got an estate in Essinghausen. The seal showed the same heraldic figure, but the number of the year 1588 cannot be correct, because Caspar Treise already died about 1550, and he got a count´s secretary´s job by the time of 1508.  Caspar Treise – he died in 1550- came from Gießen. In 1408 he worked as a secretary and from 1519 to 1524 as chancellor of Count Philipp 2nd. Later from 1539 to 1543 he was a Waldeccian official. (No information about his birthplace were to get from the Gießen archives, and so his descent is not quite certain.) Caspar Treise was very well-off, he owned the following “Pfandstücke”(= possessings like estates, etc. which were run by landholders who had to pay taxes like the “Tenth” to the owner): Engelberssen, Holthusen , Ratmaringhausen and the complete village of Bömighausen. He also got receipts from Massenhausen, Helmighausen and Hesperinghausen. His wife Juliane bore a daughter named Catherina- she married Friedrich Hessler in Bömighausen- and a son, Johann, who later owned an estate in Bömighausen. Asmus von Geismar´s daughter Barbara became Johann´s  wife, and he worked for a revenue office as a book keeper, until he became a supervisor in Billingshausen in the year 1571. Beore 1585 he died, and his son Johann – Werner calling himself “captain of cavalry” and “young nobleman” sold his possessings in Bömighausen. In 1595 he married Anna – Catherina, Burkhard v. Dalwigk zu Dillich´s daughter, and the family lived at Wichdorf Estate. Before 1654 he married again. Catharina Katzmann, his new wife, came from Fritzlar, and the couple had three children. owned this village as a feudal tenure. He was on duty as an official in different domains for the Counts of Waldeck, e.g. as a bailiff from 1539 to 1543. Caspar Treise certificated several documents with the same heraldic figure, a pomegranate. From the “Waldeckischen Wappenbuch” (= Waldeccian Heraldic Figure Book) one can learn that Caspar Treise sealed a letter dealing with an oath to refrain from vengeance for Johan Nassauer from Helmighausen in 1541. He certificated the feudal tenure document for Georg auf der Emde and his brothers Johann, Hans und Ricus. They got an estate in Essinghausen. The seal showed the same heraldic figure, but the number of the year 1588 cannot be correct, because Caspar Treise already died about 1550, and he got a count´s secretary´s job by the time of 1508.

Caspar Treise – he died in 1550- came from Gießen. In 1408 he worked as a secretary and from 1519 to 1524 as chancellor of Count Philipp 2 nd . Later from 1539 to 1543 he was a Waldeccian official. (No information about his birthplace were to get from the Gießen archives, and so his descent is not quite certain.)

Caspar Treise was very well-off, he owned the following “Pfandstücke”(= possessings like estates, etc. which were run by landholders who had to pay taxes like the “Tenth” to the owner): Engelberssen, Holthusen , Ratmaringhausen and the complete village of Bömighausen. He also got receipts from Massenhausen, Helmighausen and Hesperinghausen. His wife Juliane bore a daughter named Catherina- she married Friedrich Hessler in Bömighausen- and a son, Johann, who later owned an estate in Bömighausen. Asmus von Geismar´s daughter Barbara became Johann´s wife, and he worked for a revenue office as a book keeper, until he became a supervisor in Billingshausen in the year 1571. Before 1585 he died, and his son Johann – Werner calling himself “captain of cavalry” and “young nobleman” sold his possessings in Bömighausen. In 1595 he married Anna – Catherina, Burkhard v. Dalwigk zu Dillich´s daughter, and the family lived at Wichdorf Estate. Before 1654 he married again. Catharina Katzmann, his new wife, came from Fritzlar, and the couple had three children.

 

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