Vogtsmühle, Hinterzarten

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Date: 1778
Location: Mathisleweiher Weg 2, Hinterzartenmap
Surnames/tags: Thoma Hensler Schindler
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Vogtsmühle or Altevogtsmühle is a building in the part of Hinterzarten that is called Oberzarten.

The mill belonged to the farm Altevogtshof and used to have house number 43.[1]

Among the people that used to live there were:

  • Fridolin Schindler and Gertrud Weber with their three children (1809)[1]
  • Caspar Haderer (1818)[1]
  • Bertha Hensler (widow of Heinrich Schelb from Altevogtshof, 1942)[2]
  • Albert Thoma with his family[3][4]

The house is depicted in Hermann Dischler's painting Winterabend from 1920.[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Ekkehard Liehl: Geschichte der Hinterzartener Hofgüter I. (1997)
  2. memories of Steurenthaler-1 as told on 9 October 2021
  3. Dieter Maurer: Zur Person: Ottmar Thoma, Badische Zeitung, 20 August 2009 (Steurenthaler-1 claims that they never lived in Fräßlehäusle, though)
  4. Johannes Bachmann: "Mein Glück war, dass ich Phantasie hatte", Badische Zeitung, 3 July 2020

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