Damvillers

Damvillers, Meuse common of 1607 hectares, has 220 bills of quantities of altitude, on Tinkles, under-flowing of Chiers by Oison, chief town of canton, district of Montmedy (25 kilometers), has 75 66 kilometers North of Bar-le-Duc, cleans. minister Jew, two public schools, notary, usher, gendarmerie has horse, excise officer, welfare office.

Brewery, distilling, mill shoes, tanneries.

Ruins of fortifications increased by Charles Quint. Rule (1858), by Cordier, of the marshal Gerald (1773-1852), does not have Damvillers. The drill communal contains 309 hectares, on the coral one and the average and higher oxfordien, has 203-208 bills of quantities of altitude. Gasolines oak 80% beech 10%.

old source attention:

  • Titrate: Gazetteer and administrative of France and its colonies.
  • Editor: Hatchet (Paris)
  • Go back to edition: 1890-1905

Damvillers, city on Tinkles, has 19 kilometers in the South of Montmedy.

  • Damvillerium, 1086,1165,1290 (arch. of Luxembourg); 1756 (D. Calmet).
  • Danviler, 1204 (cartulaire of the cathedral).
  • Danvillers, 1238 (ibid); 1324 (CH. of Jean, king de Boheme and of Luxembourg).
  • Villarum de Danvillers, 1324 (Bertliolet, pr.).
  • Moneta Damviller, moneta Damvile, 14th century (currencies frappees has Damvillers).
  • Danviller, 1413 (collection).
  • Dampvillers, 1538 (Lamy, act of the tabeil. of Marville); 1643 (Machon).
  • Dampvilliers 1549 (Wassebourg) 1679 (town hall of Verdun, reg. of the parish of Saint-Oury).
  • De Dompnovillari 1642 (Machon).
  • Danvilliers 1661 (proce verbal of the cost.); 1670 (reg. of the delib. town hall of Bar-le-Duc).
  • Damvilloeum, 1679 (D. Marlot).
  • Damviller, 1700 (chart of the States).
  • Dampville, 1730 (town hall of Verdun, A. 29).
  • Damville, Danis-villa, 1738 (pouille).
  • Damvilliers, 1740 (Roussel).

Damvillers was yields to France in 1657 by article 38 of the draft of the Pyrenees; it was before 1790 French Luxembourg, chief town of prevote, habit of Thionville, old justice of king de France to the rights of the counts de Chiny and Luxembourg, old bases of the Great days of Marville, presidial of Sedan, Parliament of Metz. Diocese of Verdun, archid. of Princerie, senior of Chaumont.

Damvillers had at the 14th century a monetary workshop which manufactured currencies has fresh and profits common to both names and weapons of Jean the Blind man, king de Boheme and count de Luxembourg, and of Henri IV, count de Bar.

The royal prevote of Damvillers was made up of the villages whose names follow Damvillers, Etraye, Gibercy, Lissey, Muraut, Peuvillers, Reville, Wavrille this prevote was then joined together has that of Marville.

In 1790, at the time of the organization of the department, Damvillers became chief town of the one of the cantons depending on the district of Verdun; this canton was composes of the municipalities hereafter Crepion, Damvillers, Etraye, Flabas, Giberey, Moirey, Wavrille.

Currently, district and archipr. of Montmedy, chief town of canton and senior. Variations Island-with Envie, Walling. Holy owner Maurice.

The canton of Damvillers east locates in the Northern part of the department; it is terminal in the South by the district of Verdun and the canton of Montfaucon, in the East by the canton of Spincourt, in the West by that of Dun, in North by the canton of Montmedy, in the North-East by the department of the Moselle; its surface is of 22375 hectares; it contains twenty-three communes. The composition of the senior is the same one that of the canton it includes/understands in more the parish of Villers-lez-Mangiennes.

The armorial bearings of Damvillers were: in rhombus, semi-party has dextral, burele money and of azure of ten parts, with the lion of mouths rhombus of azure, crowns and arms with gold, with the tail fourchue, which is of Luxembourg and has sinistral, of azure sows flowers of gold lily without number to the perished stick of mouths in band, which is of modern Clermont.

  • Titrate: Topographic dictionary of France.
  • Editor: Impr. main road (Paris)
  • Go back to edition: 1872

Description

damvillers, French city Department of meuse with 29 historical sites listed or simply studied for their remarkable character.
Our database currently includes 29 elements for heritage damvillers. You will find the menu and footer links leading you on the description sheets.

There are 3 localities (Place called, location known as) in Damvillers : grande rue ; grand cour ; gibercy.

listed building (classified and protected) in Damvillers

Monument in Damvillers, Damvillers has 1 building protected. Include :

  1. Eglise official reference : PA00106523
Please note this list is likely to evolve, the data presented are from 2013.

Statistics for Damvillers

Town or city :
Postcode of city : 55150
Insee code : 55145
Longitude : 5.425495
Latitude : 49.331346
Total population : 703 people
place called : 3
avenue : 1
path : 1
dead : 1
place : 3
route : 5
st : 28

Church parish Saint-Maurice, French Heritage monument to Damvillers 7
Tower built in the 12th century; restored in 1777, date range, by Leblanc; nave built in the 14th century; North Portal dated 1654; sacristy built in the 19th (...) Church parish Saint-Maurice, French Heritage monument to Damvillers

The Cece family Funeral Chapel, French Heritage monument to Damvillers 1
« The Cece family Funeral Chapel » is a construction of the city of Damvillers (France, Meuse). The Cece family Funeral Chapel, French Heritage monument to Damvillers

Fortifications of urban area, French Heritage monument to Damvillers 10
Remains of the ancient gate dating from the Spanish occupation, known as gate of Verdun, built in the 16th century at the northern entrance to the village, (...) Fortifications of urban area, French Heritage monument to Damvillers

Pleasure garden and Orchard said the frogs Park, French Heritage monument to Damvillers 11
« Pleasure garden and Orchard said the frogs Park » is a construction of the city of Damvillers (France, Meuse). Pleasure garden and Orchard said the frogs Park, French Heritage monument to Damvillers

City hall, French Heritage monument to Damvillers 12
« City hall » is a construction of the city of Damvillers (France, Meuse). City hall, French Heritage monument to Damvillers

House, French Heritage monument to Damvillers 13
« House » is a construction of the city of Damvillers (France, Meuse). House, French Heritage monument to Damvillers

Homes, Farms, French Heritage monument to Damvillers 14
Building 16th century, 18th, 19th centuries; measured: 1703, 1822, 1827, (...) Homes, Farms, French Heritage monument to Damvillers

Market, French Heritage monument to Damvillers 15
« Market » is a construction of the city of Damvillers (France, Meuse). Market, French Heritage monument to Damvillers

Monument to the Marshal Gérard, French Heritage monument to Damvillers 16
Memorial inaugurated in 1856 (source dating) County E.m.gerard, Marshal and peer of France, born in Damvillers (1773-1852). The bronze statue of sculptor (...) Monument to the Marshal Gérard, French Heritage monument to Damvillers

Professor Jules Joseph Liège monument, French Heritage monument to Damvillers 17
Monument to the memory of Joseph Jules Liégeois, Professor of law, Apostle of hypnotism (born in Damvillers in 1833) died in 1908, by the sculptor Nancy Bussièr (...) Professor Jules Joseph Liège monument, French Heritage monument to Damvillers

Monument to Jules Bastien Lepage, French Heritage monument to Damvillers 18
Monument erected in 1889, in the memory of the painter Jules Bastien Lepage, born in Damvillers. Work of Auguste Rodin, melted by Taylor brothers founders. (...) Monument to Jules Bastien Lepage, French Heritage monument to Damvillers

Presbytery, French Heritage monument to Damvillers 19
Rectory built for the cure Lesage, by architects Ernest Médard, H.Calley and l. Leonard of Verdun whose plans were approved in 1925. The priest, who had been (...) Presbytery, French Heritage monument to Damvillers

Funerary chapel of the Thistle family, French Heritage monument to Damvillers 2
« Funerary chapel of the Thistle family » is a construction of the city of Damvillers (France, Meuse). Funerary chapel of the Thistle family, French Heritage monument to Damvillers

Tomb, French Heritage monument to Damvillers 20
High Tomb in 1737 (date), to Marguerite Chard.., found in 1973 when maintenance of the monument to the dead, then placed against the North wall of the (...) Tomb, French Heritage monument to Damvillers

Tomb of Hippolyte Matthew, French Heritage monument to Damvillers 21
« Tomb of Hippolyte Matthew » is a construction of the city of Damvillers (France, Meuse). Tomb of Hippolyte Matthew, French Heritage monument to Damvillers