Archbishop Adalbert I. from Mainz donates the “mills in Gensingen” to Petersstift.
The Ravengiersburg Monastery owns the mill as mentioned in documents.
There is a report about a mill in Gensingen in the Gensingen historical legal text of 1491.
Daughter Gisela Möhring née Blank converts the residential building into a restaurant with a hotel.
Even before the 30 Years’ War the inhabitants of “Genzingen” were instructed to arrange for their grain to be milled in the “Bannmühle”.
The “Eichmühle” (opposite the office of weights and measures on Kreuznacher Straße) is sold to Oswald Behr - as mentioned in the “bill of sale”. He receives permission from the Elector to build a “Nothmühle as a mill for grinding and oil” nearby.
Johann Valentin Rumpf purchases the grinding and oil mill.
The grinding and oil mill facilities are separated: Frantz Albrecht buys the oil mill. Valentin Rumpf keeps the grinding mill.
After many requests, the miller Albrecht is issued with a final refusal for permission to also mill grain. The oil mill is subsequently transferred to Franz Friedrich Mayer.