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Raškovice The village was first mentioned in 1584 as "Rasskowicze" in the document sealing the selling of Friedeck state country by Stanislaus Pavlovský von Pavlovitz, Bishop of Olomouc, to Bartholomew von Wrbno. The Friedeck state country was split from the Duchy of Teschen in 1573 when the village must have already existed. Politically the Friedeck state country was a part of the Kingdom of Bohemia, since 1526 a part of the Habsburg Monarchy.
Karl II, Duke of Münsterberg-Oels After the death of Lord Jiřík Zajímač of Kunštát in 1587, his sister Catherine, who was married to Hynek Brtnice of Waldstein , transferred the Lordship of Jevišovice in South Moravia to Charles II, because the Münsterberg line was the only surviving branch of the Kunštát family. In 1588 Charles swapped with Bishop Stanislaus Pavlovský of Pavlovitz of Olomouc, the Lordship of Zdar nad Sazavou in Moravia for some smaller estates in the vicinity of Šternberk.
Vojkovice (Frýdek-Místek District) The village was first mentioned in 1584 as "Woykowice" in the document sealing the selling of Friedeck state country by Stanislaus Pavlovský von Pavlovitz, Bishop of Olomouc, to Bartholomew von Wrbno. The Friedeck state country was split from the Duchy of Teschen in 1573 when the village must have already existed. Politically the Friedeck state country was a part of the Kingdom of Bohemia, since 1526 a part of the Habsburg Monarchy.
Pazderna The village was first mentioned in 1584 as "Pazdierna" in the document sealing the selling of Friedeck state country by Stanislaus Pavlovský von Pavlovitz, Bishop of Olomouc, to Bartholomew von Wrbno. The Friedeck state country was split from the Duchy of Teschen in 1573 when the village must have already existed. Politically the Friedeck state country was a part of the Kingdom of Bohemia, since 1526 a part of the Habsburg Monarchy.
Vyšní Lhoty Some sources state that the village was first mentioned in a Latin document of Diocese of Wrocław called "Liber fundationis episcopatus Vratislaviensis" from around 1305 as "item in Warmnuthowitz", however it is very unlikely and disputed. "Moudreho Lhota" mentioned in 1524 still leaves doubts. Surely it was mentioned in 1584 as "Hornÿ Lhota" in the document sealing the selling of Friedeck state country by Stanislaus Pavlovský von Pavlovitz, Bishop of Olomouc, to Bartholomew von Wrbno. The adjective "Hornÿ" (lit. Upper, later also "Superiori", "Ober", "Górne", "Vyšní") was used to differentiate it from the older sister settlement lying down Morávka river, called "Dolny neb Spodny Lhota" in the same document from 1584.
Nošovice The village was first mentioned in 1584 as "Potmienossowicze" in the document sealing the selling of Friedeck state country by Stanislaus Pavlovský von Pavlovitz, Bishop of Olomouc, to Bartholomew von Wrbno. The Friedeck state country was split from the Duchy of Teschen in 1573 when the village must have already existed. The name of the village probably originates from locator Potmienoss, who settled with his people in a desolate place between the villages Nižní Lhoty (Dolní Lhoty at that time) and Dobrá (Dobrázemica at that time) in 1447 and founded the settlement. Later the leading "Potmie" part of the name was dropped. In 1679 it was mentioned as "Nossovicensi". Politically the Friedeck state country was a part of the Kingdom of Bohemia, since 1526 a part of the Habsburg Monarchy.