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During the period Pirmasens was formal jurisdiction in Bishop of Metz. But, parish administration of Pirmasens was passed to monastery of Hornbach after confirmation of John, Bishop of Metz in In this period village of Pirmasens was part of Reischsamt of Lemberg.

James's older brother, Simon V Wecker, had already died in , also without a male heir. Formally, the County of Bitsch and district of Lemberg were fiefs of the Duchy of Lorraine and such fiefs could only be inherited in the male line. However, he introduced the Lutheran confession in his newly gained territories in This made the powerful and Catholic Duke of Lorraine unhappy. The Duke terminated the fief and in July Lorraine troops occupied the county.

In , Hanau-Lichtenberg and Lorraine decided to settle out of court. In a treaty signed in , it was agreed that Bitsch would revert to Lorraine and Hanau-Lichtenberg would retain Lemberg. This was reasonable, as it corresponded approximately to the religious realities of the territories. Thus, Pirmasens was part of County of Hanau-Lichtenberg.

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Before the Thirty Years War , Pirmasens had 59 families and about inhabitants resident, whereas in Lemberg were counted 54 families about people. When counting is assumed that at that time there was a family of four to five people. In , Pirmasens and Lemberg were ravaged by Spaniards and Croatian horsemen of the Imperial troops. The imperial army set fire to the village. Even the church was destroyed in a fire, after the withdrawal of the troops, Pirmasenser began to rebuild it.

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They also looted Lemberg Castle, which was burned in Then the headquarters of the Lutheran parish of Lemberg was moved to Pirmasens. In , only 9 families about 40 people were lived in it. In Pirmasens was occupied and burned. It was under French rule until In , only 16 people were lived in village of Pirmasens. At same time the Lemberg Castle was still habitable after the destruction of the Thirty Years' War, completely destroyed. Thus, administrative centre of Reichsamt Lemberg was moved to Pirmasens in So, Pirmasens elevated to town status.


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