BERINGHAUSEN (MARSBERG): North Rhine-Westphalia Print

Coat of Beringhausen 51°25' N 8°46' E, 211.2 miles WSW of Berlin.  Beringhausen is a district of the city Marsberg in Hochsauerlandkreis with about 1,100 inhabitants. Located in the narrow valley on both banks of the Hoppecke river and at the foot of several prominent peaks, Beringhausen is part of the nature park Diemelsee. In the immediate vicinity are Diemelsee (8 km), Marsberg (11 km), Willingen (23 km), Brilon (16 km) and Winterberg (45 km). As part of a reorganization of the districts in 1847 the Padberg kahal included the Jews from Beringhausen, Bontkirchen, Helminghausen, Messinghausen, Rösenbeck, Madfeld and Giershagen. [Sep 2012]

CEMETERY: 34431 North Rhine-Westphalia (Gerz)

CEMETEYR: City Marsberg, Hochsauerlandkreis at "Am Hagen", also called Marsberg Padberg, on a steep hillside. Used 1861 - 1932. 38 visible gravestones.
- Approximately 1975 - 2000 by Heritage Office (Photos)
- History in Westphalia-Lippe 1987 , page 74
- History in Lattek 1989 , p.110

Last Updated on Thursday, 13 September 2012 23:27