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1 – From the group of names related to Heberle, HEVERLE is the eldest (c.1125) from anglo-saxen/flamish of Brabant/dutch, germanized to HEBERLE, and latinized to EBERLE, all with several derivations.1

2 - Geographic and historical frames to consider (900-1500):

  • Maps of Holy Roman Germanic Empire

  • Maps of Lower Lorraine and after Brabant, as part of Germany

  • Maps of Schwaben wich included Elsass, part os Schwitzerland and part of todays Bayern.2

  • Trade routes

  • Feudalism in transition (eg nobles → patricians → farmers; products → money)

  • Crusades (Heverles are mentioned)

  • Normans defeated in Louain/Leuven/Loewen in 981, on Dyli river. There was (and is) located Old-Heverle, and Heverle, with a watercastle.

  • European recovery 950-1150 with population growth, colonizations (like Schwarzwald), migrations from W to E

  • Dukes of Brabant dominate route to Koelnn, and are related to the 3 most important houses in Schwaben: Zähringer (Berchtold IV), Staufer (Phillip) and Welfin (Otto IV). Van Heverle are close and some of them related do dukes of Brabant

(Henry/Hendrik I, Henry II), via House Flandern-Elsass and others.3

  • Dislocation of power axe from Low Lorraine (Aachen/ Aix-la-Chapelle) to Schwaben (Strassbourg in Elsass) 911-1268

  • Zähringer founded various cities in Schwitzerland and Schwaben4

  • Welfin have his main castle in Ravensburg, South Germany, and Otto IV was from Braunschweig, North Germany,elected with Brabants duke special influence.5

3 – Van HEVERLE.

  • Some participated in the Crusades. “.... van de familie hebben deelgenomen : Renerus I (1130), Goswin II (1147-1149, 2e Kruistocht) en Goswin III (1219, 5e Kruistocht). Deze laatste stichtte vóór zijn vertrek de leprozerij van Terbank (1197), wat hij bevestigde in een akte van 1217; deze instelling werd later de hoofdlazarij van Brabant. Goswin III overleed « op weg naar Jeruzalem ”

  • “De heren van Heverlee deden talrijke schenkingen aan de abdij van het Park.”

The lords of Heverle give much donations to these Park abaddie.

  • The father of Reinerius van Heverle, was also a Goswin, the first Lord of Old Heverle, (1090) and they where related to Goesteshoeven “Hof of Goswin”

  • The Saint Andrews cross (or saltire)in the coat of arms was in remembrance of Crusades “herinnering zijn aan de tochten naar het Heilig Land7

  • Hendrik I... “... Het geslacht stierf uit in mannelijke lijn in de persoon van Hendrik I van Heverlee, die deelgenomen heeft aan de slag van Woeringen; in 1312 bezegelde hij ook het Charter van Kortenberg; hij overleed in 1317. Verwanten der eerste heren bleven de heerlijkheid behouden tot in 1446” .... ....was the latest of males line (heirs branch). He participated in the vitourious batlle of Woeringen in 1288 (incoporation of Limburg), and as in other register died 13-12-1318 (born c.1265). He signed the Koertenberg Charter (eleven delegates from seven cities,under diverse social groups). Relatives hold the proprieties until 1446. Antoon van Croy buyed the castle, and after the Duke of Arenberg.8

  • The rights and legislation power of the lords van Heverle comprehended the land and houses of Old-Heverle, Heverle, Egenhoven, Vaalbeek and Bertem, and part of Oplinter.

  • They where other branches, like another Hendrik I’s father Johann van Heverle (or Jan I) son whom he named Jan III. Heverle are also mentioned in “The rise of flemish families in Scottland, followers of count Eutace II, within Brabant nobles wich became there the name Bruce (and the Scottish flag has also a saltire).

  • Van Heverle are mentioned several times in Brabantscher Yeestin (=Digest), and in Oplinter land investitur registers.

  • Another: .....Two associated Benedictine houses in northwestern Germany. Werden is just across the Ruhr River from Essen, while Helmstadt (founded 809/27) is 20 miles (32 km.) east of Braunschweig, directly on the former border.... administrators... Jean I de Heverle...1330-1344 (near Braunschweig/Brunswick, route to Magdeburg near also to Goslar, Claustal Zellerfeld !)9

  • A link between South Germany and North Germany migrations and colonizations in which Heberles most likely where inserted is King Otto IV (von Braunschweig, with Welfins castle in Ravensburg)

  • Considering Zähringer’s influences in Schwitzerland, and Heverle’s relations with dukes of brabant and also (in colateral) with Zähringer, it is easear to understand why the by Benoit Heberle mentioned Johannes Heberlin was a respectable man in Biel.

1 – a) From dutch to german V → B (→p →pp).

Eg of words from dutch to german: avond = Abend (engl.,evening), bleven = bleiben (remain), seven = Sieben (seven), overzee = Obersee (oversea), schrijven = schreiben (write), over = oben (above), sterven = Sterben (die), leven = leben (live), loven = loben (praise), bleijven = bleiben (remain), erve = Erbe (inheritance), even = eben (even,plain) , geven = geben (give), EVER = EBER ([wild ?] BOAR). Heverle → Heberle

b) → Eberle, latinized, without H;

c) Umlaut e=ä=ae

d)suffixes: le → l, lein, ling, lin,line, leh, lei, ley, ly...

e) some constrictions and inversions.

About the origin of the location’s name: “...volgens de hoogleraars Mansion en Carnoy; het woord is samengesteld uit « haëfer », t. t. z. « bok », en « lee», vervorming van « lo » of « bos», zodat het geheel « bos der geitenkwekerij» betekent.” Somthing like “forest of she-goats breeding”, or wild boars ? We can remember also the newly mentioned possibility of iber = eber = iver, as related to water flows or so.

2 - http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historical/shepherd_1911/shepherd-c-062-063.jpg

- http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historical/shepherd_1911/shepherd-c-098-099.jpg , and others.

3 - From various geanealogical sources trees: Henry I of Brabant son of Godfried III v.Brabant and Mary of Limburg , was first married with Mathilde van Boulogne/Elsass, daugther of Graaf Matheus v. Elsass, all descendants of Charlemagne; Other daugther of Matheus v. Elsass, named Ida, married a second time, with Berthold IV duke of Zähringer. From the six children of Henry I, some trees show only the most known, as Henry II m. Mary of Hohenstaufen, Mary m. Otto IV Holy Roman Emperor (Welfin), Matilda m.2nd Floris IV Count of Holland. Henry I’s daugther Adelheid m. 3rd Arnold v. Wesemaele, who was the grandfather of Margaretha Wesemaele, b. 1250, m. Johann van Heverle, b. 1240 d.1277.
4 - See internet, Wikipedia, about Zähringer;
5 - See Wikipedia, internet: Otto IV, Ravensburg, dukes of Schwaben, dukes of Brabant, Zähringer in general and specially Bertold IV, dukes family trees.
6 - In www.oostbrabant.org/leuven en umgeving (I must search again the right adress)
7 - Armorial Wijnberger, 1181 Henri d’Heverle, and Armorial de Gelre, 831 – Heverle, Jean de la Brugge, S.de, search internet.
8 - Search internet, “enchanting castle, and aldo enchanting castles/Arenberg” , must apear Chav de Haverle, and todays vision, also in Leuvenhistory about University.
9 – To re-search in internet (Jean I Heverle) in Imperial Abbascies, Regnal Chronologies,Ecclesiastic States part 5, Abbeys and Convents.

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