Teutonic Knight, Arnold I. Herr zu Randerath (van Randerode)
|Also Known As:||"von Randerath", "von Setterich / Shidderich / Shiederich ?"|
|Death:||Died in Germany|
Son of Ludwig II, heer van Randerode and Aleidis von Helpenstein
|Managed by:||Justin Swanström|
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It sealed because Wirich does not have a seal, except the Schoffen to Setterich yet John, pastor Setterich, and John Kaplan Stolberg first.
Wirich seems to have died childless, and his sister Hadwig heiress to have become Setterich. This was Wife of Arnold Ritter von Gymnich to Heppendorf. Both give 1319 Abbey Burtscheid a forest in the Duchy Liraburg. The instrument seal their Bichter and their Schoffen to Setterich second In 1324, Arnold, Precious Lord by Ean-is derath, as the second man in the documentary Hadwig erwahut he carries the property of the court and the village Setterich Count Gerhard von Julich in fief to 3.
Hadewigis dominant de Setterich, Arnold's widow, Mr. Randerath, 1331 iiberliess a Good Setterich in which hein bergisches Lehn was the noble Lord Arnold of Arscheit, their relatives. The Seal shows a female figure, which the right Randerath shyness sign left with the long shingles strewn about and covered by tournament collar Lowen pointing Frenz-Setterichschen stop sign. The inscription reads: P Hadewigis domine de Randenrode fourth Hadewig is still Documented before 1335 as "Hadewigis de Sthailburg, relicta quon- dam domini de Randenrode "and sealed with the previously described Seal surrounded 5th.
The childless couple 6 Mr. Arnold to Randerath and Hadwig of Stolberg Stolberg Palace iibertrugen 1324 their relatives Richarda, widow of John of Reifferscheidt,
J) beiQuix The documents in the State Archives to Dtisseldorf reprinted, Rcichsabtei Burtscheid pp. 299 ff, No. 98-100.
2) certificate in the State Archives to Dtisseldorf, reprinted in Quix Reich abbey Burtscheid p. 315, No. 108
3) Redinghovensche Collection VII
4) State Archives to Dtisseldorf A 1, No. 353
5) State Archives to Dtisseldorf A 1, No. 353; audi mentioned in Reding hoven VII
6) Therefore, the glory fell to Setterich page from the Related Frenz-Stolberg's noble dynasty of Mr. zurlick, which is probably due Frenz and Stolberg are compared with the iibrigen heirs. Knight John, Lord of Setterich, sealed in 1373 and 1375 with a lion. The Helmet is covered over by a hat, on which a lion in front of a reed shrub (or rooster plume?) sits. His daughter Nesa of Setterich, Cuno widow of Reuschenberg, sealed in 1401 with the lions, accompanied
Wappen von Arscheit
1) Annalen des Historischen Vereins für den Niederrhein inbesondere ..., Issue 55