AUSTRIAN AND GERMAN MEDIATIZED HOUSES 1871 - 1919


In 1806, as part of the territorial re-organization which followed the end of the Holy Roman Empire, a large number of minor German Houses - which till then had ruled states directly dependent of the Emperor and had been sovereign members of the Empire - were deprived of this sovereignty and made vassals of other, still sovereign states. (1) In 1815, following the Congress of Vienna and the foundation of the German Confederation, the position of these Houses was formally defined (2) : - they were considered as the first vassals ("Standesherren") of the states to which they were subject, superior to all other vassals. - they were considered as equal in rang and dignity to the sovereign Houses by right of birth ("Ebenbürtigheit") - they enjoyed several privileges ("Fürstenrechten") such as : - the exemption of military service and taxes. - the right to organize an administration for their possessions - the right to administer justice at local level. The special position of the mediatized Houses in the former Austrian Monarchy was abolished in 1919 when the Republics Austria and Czechoslovakia were established. In Germany the new constitution of 1919 also forsaw this abolition, but it was never put into effect, except in Prussia in 1920. (1) This degradation was called mediatizing as it turned a state which had been "immediate" (= directly dependent of a central authority or "without between") into a "mediate" territory (= not directly dependent of a central authority or "with a between"). (2)) This position was later confirmed by the granting of : - the predicate "Durchlaucht" ("Most Serene Highness") to the Princely Houses by the German Diet in 1825. - the predicate "Erlaucht" ("Most Illustrious Highness") to the Countly Houses by the German Diet in 1829. These dispositions were extended to include other Houses, which had not been members of the Holy Roman Empire, but whose members were hereditary high officials in Austrian Lands. MEDIATIZED HOUSES LISTED BY STATE TO WHICH THEY WERE SUBJECT (Based on the 1918 edition of the Almanach de Gotha) AUSTRIA Princely Houses Auersperg Colloredo - Mansfeld Dietrichstein (until 1864, when the last male member of the House died) Esterházy von Galántha Kaunitz - Rietberg (until 1848, when the last male member of the House died)) Khevenhüller - Mersch Lobkowitz Metternich - Winneburg Orsini - Rosenberg Salm Schönburg Schwarzenberg Starhemberg Trauttmansdorff Windisch - Grätz Countly Houses Harrach Kuefstein Schönborn Stadion Sternberg - Manderscheid (until 1830, when the last male member of the House died) Wurmbrand - Stuppach

AUERSPERG

The Carniolian Lords of Auersperg were first mentioned in the 13th century. From 1466 onwards the House was divided into two lineages which were, in the course of the following centuries, divided into many branches. In 1653 the Head of the branch of Tengen (3) was elevated to the hereditary dignity of "Reichsfürst" ("Prince of the Holy Empire"), with the predicate "Hochgeboren" ("High Born"). In 1825 he was granted the predicate "Durchlaucht". (3) Tengen had been the only immediate possession of the House of Auersperg at the time of the Holy Empire. It was mediatized under Baden in 1806 and sold to this state in 1811. All other possessions always were mediate. They included : - the Duchy of Gottschee (in Carniola) - the Princely County of Wels (in Upper Austria) - several other minor possessions (lordships and lands) in Bohemia, Carniola, Lower - and Upper Austria and Moravia. Princes Auersperg, Dukes of Gottschee, Princely Counts of Wels, etc. Fürsten Auersperg, Herzöge von Gottschee, Gefürsteter Grafen von Wels, etc. 1827 - 1890 Karl (Carlos) Wilhelm Philipp 1814 - 1890 1890 - 1927 Karl Maria Alexander, nephew 1859 - 1927 ____________________________________________________________________________

COLLOREDO - MANSFELD

The Istrian House of Colloredo was first mentioned in the 13th century. In the 14th century it was divided into three lineages, which later split into several branches. The Head of one of these - called Colloredo - Mansfeld after the acquisition of Mansfeld in 1780 - was made "Reichsfürst" with the predicate "Hochgeboren" in 1763. In 1825 he was granted the predicate "Durchlaucht". (4) (4) The mediatized possessions included : - part of the former County of Limpurg in the Kingdom of Württemberg (was an immediate territory from 1803 to 1806) - several lordships and lands in the Austrian Monarchy (in Bohemia and Lower Austria) Princes Colloredo - Mansfeld, etc. Fürsten Colloredo - Mansfeld, etc. 1852 - 1895 Joseph Franz Hieronymus 1813 - 1895 1895 - 1957 Joseph Hieronymus Rudolf Ferdinand Franz Maria, grandson 1866 - 1957 ____________________________________________________________________________

ESTERHÁZY VON GALÁNTHA

The Hungarian House of Esterházy was first mentioned in 1238. It split into three lineages after 1595. In 1687 the Head of the lineage of Fraknó (Germ. : Forchenstein) was granted the dignity of "Reichsfürst" with the predicate "Hochgeboren". In 1825 he was granted the predicate "Durchlaucht". (5) (5) The mediatized possessions included : - the Princely County of Edelstetten in the Kingdom of Bavaria (was an immediate territory from 1804 to 1806) - the lordship of Gallingen in the Grand - Duchy of Baden (predicate of Durchlaucht not granted in this country) - several lands and lordships in the Austrian Monarchy, some of them in Lower Austria, but most in Hungary, where they were the major landslords in the future Austrian Burgenland Princes Esterházy von Galántha, Princely Counts of Edelstetten, etc. Fürsten Esterházy von Galántha, Gefürsteter Grafen von Edelstetten, etc. 1866 - 1898 Pál Antal Miklós 1843 - 1898 1898 - 1920 Miklós Pál, son 1869 - 1920 ____________________________________________________________________________

HARRACH

The House of Harrach was first mentioned in the 13th century. In the 14th century it was divided into two lineages of which only one - the Austrian - continued after 1732. The Head of this lineage had been elevated to the dignity of "Reichsgraf" ("Count of the Empire") in 1628 and became entitled to the predicate "Erlaucht" in 1829. (6) (6) The possessions of the Harrach, which had always been mediate included : - the Ccunties of Harrach, Rohrau and Thannhausen - several minor lordships and lands (all situated within the Austrian Monarchy (Austria, Bohemia, Moravia, Carinthia, Steiermark) Counts of Harrach zu Rohrau und Thannhausen, etc. Grafen von Harrach zu Rohrau und Thannhausen, etc. 1838 - 1884 Franz Ernst 1799 - 1884 1884 - 1909 Johann Nepomuk Franz, son 1828 - 1909 1909 - 1920 Karl, son 1857 - 1920 ____________________________________________________________________________

KHEVENHÜLLER - METSCH

The Carinthian House of Khevenhüller - first mentioned in 1396 - became divided into several lineages after 1519. In 1763 the Head of the lineage of Khevenhüller - Mersch was made "Reichsfürst" with the predicate "Hochgeboren" In 1825 he was granted the predicate "Durchlaucht". (7) (7) Most of the mediate possessions of the House, such as the County of Hochosterwitz were located in Carinthia, others in Bohemia, Hungary and Lower Austria. Princes of Khevenhüller - Metsch, Counts of Hochosterwitz, Barons of Landskron and Wernberg, etc. Fürsten zu Khevenhüller - Metsch, Grafen von Hochosterwitz, Freiherren von Landskron and Wernberg, etc. 1837 - 1877 Richard Maria Johannes Basilius 1813 - 1877 1877 - 1905 Johannes Franz Karl Eduard Joseph Nemesius, son 1839 - 1905 1905 - 1945 Anton Sigismund Joseph Maria, nephew 1873 - 1945 ____________________________________________________________________________

KUEFSTEIN

The Tirolian - or Lower Austrian (?) - House of Kuefstein was first mentioned in the 13th century. It was later divided into different lineages, the Head of the lineage of Greillenstein being elevated to the dignity of "Reichsgraf" in 1709 with the predicate "Hoch- und Wohlgeboren" ("High- and Well Born"). He was granted the predicate "Erlaucht" in 1829. (8) (8) All possessions - see style - were situated in Lower - Austria. Count of Kuefstein, Baron of Greillenstein, of Hohenkraen, etc. Graf von Kuefstein, Freiherr von Greillenstein, von Hohenkraen, etc. 1871 - 1925 Karl Ferdinand Franz 1838 - 1925 ____________________________________________________________________________

LOBKOWITZ

The Bohemian House of Lobkowitz was first mentioned in the 14th century. Like most other Houses it was later divided into several lineages and branches. In 1624 the Head of the lineage of Chlumetz was elevated to the dignity of "Reichsfürst". The lineage later split into two branches, of which only the major branch of Chlumetz proper was granted the predicate "Durchlaucht" in 1825 (9) (9) The mediatized possessions included : - the Duchy of Raudnitz (in Bohemia) - several other lordships and lands situated in Bohemia, Moravia and Steiermark For a time the Lobkowitz also had been in possession of the mediate Princely County of Sternstein, but in 1814 they sold it to Bavaria to which they had been subject since 1806. They retained however the style. Princes Lobkowitz, Dukes of Raudnitz, Princely Counts of Sternstein, etc. Fürsten Lobkowitz, Herzöge von Raudnitz, Gefürsteter Grafen von Sternstein, etc. 1868 - 1903 Moritz Aloisius Josef Marcelinus 1831 - 1903 1903 - 1938 Ferdinand Zdenko Maria, son 1858 - 1938 ____________________________________________________________________________

METTERNICH - WINNEBURG

The German House of Metternich was first mentioned in the 13th century. In 1679 its Head was granted the dignity of "Reichsgraf" with the predicate "Hoch- und Wohlgeboren". In 1803 he became "Reichsfürst" with the predicate "Hochgeboren" and in 1825 he was granted the predicate of "Durchlaucht". (10) (10) The mediate possessions of the House comprized the County of Köningswart in Bohemia and several lordships in Bohemia and Moravia. Until 1825, when they sold it to Württemberg, the Metternichs had also been in possession of the Principality of Ochsenhausen - Winneburg. This territory had been immediate from 1803 to 1806 and was then mediatized under Württemberg. The Duchy of Portella in Sicily was granted to the House in 1816. Princes Metternich - Winneburg, Dukes of Portella and Counts of Köningswart Fürsten Metternich - Winneburg, Duchi di Portella und Grafen von Köningswart 1859 - 1895 Richard Klemenz Joseph Lothar Hermann 1829 - 1895 1895 - 1906 Paul Klemenz Lothar, brother 1834 - 1906 1906 - 1930 Klemenz Wenzel Lothar Richard Felix, son 1869 - 1930 ____________________________________________________________________________

ORSINI - ROSENBERG

The Styrian House of Rosenberg was first mentioned in the 13th century. In 1681 its Head was granted the dignity of "Reichsgraf" with the predicate "Hoch- und Wohlgeboren". In 1790 he became "Reichsfürst" with the predicate "Hochgeboren" and in 1825 he was granted the predicate of "Durchlaucht". (11) (11) The style Orsini - Rosenberg was adopted in 1684. The mediate possessions included the baronies of Lerchenau and Grafenstein in Carinthia and some other lordships and lands in Carinthia and Lower Austria. Prince of Orsini and Rosenberg, Baron of Lerchenau and Grafenstein Fürst von Orsini und Rosenberg, Freiherr von Lerchenau und Grafenstein 1859 - 1929 Heinrich Orsini und Rosenberg 1848 - 1929 ____________________________________________________________________________

SALM

The County of Salm was founded in the 11th century. Ca 1165 it was divided into : - Lower - Salm (or lineage of the Lords of Reifferscheidt) - Upper - Salm (or lineage of the "Wild- und Rheingrafen") Further divisions into many branches and sub-branches occured in the course of the following centuries : 1639 : Salm - Reiffenscheidt - Dyck was separated from Lower -Salm 1651 : Upper Salm divided into the branches of Salm and Salm - Grumbach 1676 : Salm divided into the sub-branches of Salm - Salm and Salm - Kyrburg 1734 : Lower Salm divided into the branches of Salm - Reiffenscheidt - Bedbuf and Salm - Reiffenscheidt - Raitz SALM - HORSTMAR The Heads of the branch of Salm - Horstmar (named Salm - Grumbach until 1803) were elevated to the dignity of (Prussian) Prince in 1816 with the predicate "Durchlaucht". This was confirmed in 1825. (12) (12) Their mediate possessions included the County of Horstmar in Prussia and part of the County of Limpurg in Württemberg. Princes and Rheingrafen of Salm - Horstmar, Wildgrafen of Daun and Kyrburg, Rheingrafen of Stein, etc. Fürsten und Rheingrafen zu Salm - Horstmar, Wildgrafen von Daun und Kyrburg, Rheingrafen von Stein, etc. 1856 - 1892 Otto I Friedrich Karl 1833 - 1892 1892 - 1941 Otto II Adalbert Friedrich August Gustav Alexander, son 1867 - 1941 SALM - KYRBURG The Heads of the sub-branch of Salm - Kyrburg became "Reichsfürst" (without predicate ?) in 1743. They were granted the predicate of "Durchlaucht" in 1825. (13) In 1905, when the last Prince died, the style was taken over by the Princes of Salm - Salm. (13) After they had ceded their part of the Principality of Salm to Salm - Salm in 1825, they held no more mediate possessions in Germany. They were also Princes of Overijse and Lords of Leuze and Pecq in Belgium and Lords of Boxen anb Meer-Gestel in the Netherlands, but without special rights. Princes of Salm -Kyrburg, Princes of Ahaus and Bocholt, Wild- and Rheingrafen, Counts of Renneberg Fürsten zu Salm - Kyrburg, Fürsten zu Ahaus und Bocholt, Wild- und Rheingrafen, Grafen von Renneberg 1859 - 1887 Friedrich V Ernst Joseph August 1823 - 1887 1887 - 1905 Friedrich VI Ernst Ludwig Karl Valentin Maria, son 1845 - 1905 SALM - REIFFERSCHEIDT - DYCK The Heads of the branch of Salm - Reifferscheidt - Dyck were elevated to the dignity of (Prussian) Prince in 1816 with the predicate "Durchlaucht". This was confirmed in 1825. (14) In 1888, when the last Prince died, the style was taken over by the Princes of Salm - Reifferscheidt - Krantheim. (14) The mediate possessions were the lordships of Dyck (in Prussia) and Baindt (in Württemberg) Prince of Salm - Reifferscheidt - Dyck Fürst zu Salm - Reifferscheidt - Dyck 1861 - 1888 Alfred Joseph Klemenz 1811 - 1888 SALM - REIFFERSCHEIDT - KRANTHEIM UND DYCK The Heads of the branch of Salm - Reifferscheidt - Bedbuf were granted the dignity of "Reichsfürst", with the predicate "Hochgeboren" in 1804, when they acquiered Krantheim, the style now being Salm - Reifferscheidt - Krantheim. In 1825 they were granted the predicate "Durchlaucht". (15) In 1888, after the acquisition of Dyck, "und Dyck" was added to the style. (15) After the Principality of Krantheim had been sold to Baden and Württemberg in 1826 / 1839, their only remaining mediate possession was the Lordship of Herschberg, subject to Baden. Princes and Altgrafen of Salm - Reifferscheidt - Krantheim (and Dyck) Fürsten und Altgrafen zu Salm - Reifferscheidt - Krantheim (und Dyck) 1856 - 1893 Leopold Karl Alois Longin Maria 1833 - 1893 1893 - 1924 Alfred Georg Konstantin Leopold Prosper Joseph Maria, son 1863 - 1924 SALM - REIFFERSCHEIDT - RAITZ The Heads of the branch of Salm - Reiffenscheidt - Raitz were elevated to the dignity of "Reichsfürst", with the predicate "Hochgeboren" in 1790 and in 1825 they were granted the predicate "Durchlaucht". (16) (16) Possessions included some lordships in Bohemia and Moravia, the most important being that of Raitz itself. Princes and Altgrafen of Salm - Reiffenscheidt - Raitz Fürsten und Altgraven zu Salm - Reiffenscheidt - Raitz. 1836 - 1888 Hugo Karl Eduard 1803 - 1888 1888 - 1890 Hugo Karl Franz von Paula Theodor, son 1832 - 1890 1890 - 1903 Hugo Leopold Franz Karl Hippolyt, son 1863 - 1903 1903 - 1946 Hugo Nikolaus Leopold Siegfried Karl Joseph Maria, 1893 - 1946 SALM - SALM The Heads of the sub-branch of Salm - Salm became "Reichsfürst" (without predicate ?) in 1739. They were granted the predicate of "Durchlaucht" in 1825. (17) (17) Their mediate possessions included the Principality of Salm (consisting of the lands of Ahaus and Bocholt) and the lordship of Anholt, subject to Prussia They also held the Duchy of Hoogstraaten in Belgium and the Lordship of Loon op Zand in the Netherlands, these two without any special rights. Princes of Salm - Salm, Wild- and Rheingrafen, Princes of Ahaus and Bocholt, Dukes of Hoogstraaten, etc. Fürsten zu Salm -Salm, Wild- und Rheingrafen, Fürsten zu Ahaus und Bocholt, Ducs/Hertogen de/van Hoogstraaten, etc. (since 1905 also Princes of Salm - Kyrburg) 1846 - 1886 Alfred Konstantin Alexander Maria 1814 - 1886 1886 - 1908 Nikolaus Leopold Joseph Maria, son 1838 - 1908 1908 - 1923 Alfred Ferdinand Stephan Maria, brother 1846 - 1923 ____________________________________________________________________________

SCHÖNBORN

The German House of Schönborn was first mentioned in the 13th century. In 1701 its Head was granted the dignity of "Reichsgraf" with the predicate "Hoch- und Wohlgeboren". In 1817 the House was divided into the lineages of Schönborn - Buchheim and Schönborn - Wiessentheid SCHÖNBORN - BUCHHEIM The Counts of Schönborn - Buchheim were granted the predicate of "Erlaucht" in 1829. (18) (18) Their mediate possessions included lordships and lands in Hungary, Lower Austria and Steiermark. Counts of Schönborn - Buchheim Grafen von Schönborn - Buchheim 1854 - 1903 Erwin Friedrich Karl 1842 - 1903 1903 - 1932 Friedrich Karl Erwin, son 1869 - 1932 ____________________________________________________________________________

SCHÖNBURG

The German House of Schönburg was first mentioned in the 12th century. In 1569 it was divided into Lower- and Upper - Schönburg. In 1700 the Head of Upper - Schönburg became "Reichsgraf" with the predicate "Hoch- und Wohlgeboren". In 1790 he was made "Reichsfürst" with the predicate "Hochgeboren". The same year Upper - Schönburg was divided into Schönburg - Hartenstein and Schönburg - Waldenburg. Both were granted the predicate "Durchlaucht" in 1829. (19) (19) Mediate possessions included : - Several lordships in Saxony, the most important being those of Glauchau, Hartenstein and Waldenburg. - several lordships and lands in Bavaria, Moravia and Prussia. SCHÖNBURG - HARTENSTEIN Princes of Schönburg - Hartenstein Fürsten von Schönburg - Hartenstein 1840 - 1872 Heinrich Eduard 1787 - 1872 1872 - 1896 Joseph Alexander Heinrich Otto Paul Friedrich, son 1826 - 1896 1896 - 1944 Eduard Alois Maria Alexander Konrad, son 1858 - 1944 SCHÖNBURG - WALDENBURG Princes, Counts and Lords of Schönburg, Counts and Lords of Glauchau and Waldenburg, etc. Fürsten, Grafen und Herren von Schönburg, Grafen und Herren von Glauchau und Waldenburg, etc. 1859 - 1893 Otto Friedrich 1819 - 1893 1893 - 1914 Otto Victor Hugo Sigismund, son 1882 - 1914 1914 - 1960 Günther Alexander Johann Wilhelm, brother 1887 - 1960 ____________________________________________________________________________

SCHWARZENBERG

The German House of Schwarzenberg was first mentioned in the 12th century. Its Head was granted the dignity of "Reichsgraf" (without predicate ?) in 1599 and of "Reichsfürst" (without predicate ?) in 1670. In 1825 the predicate of "Durchlaucht" was granted to both Majorats of the House. (20) (20) The mediate possessions included : - the Princely County of Schwarzenberg and several other lordships in Bavaria. - the Duchy of Krumau, several lordships and lands in Bohemia - several lordships, lands and castles in Hungary, Lower- and Upper Austria and in Steiermark. - the County of Sulz in Württemberg From 1806 to 1813, when it was sold, the Princely Landgraviate of Kleggen had been mediatized under Baden. Princes and Lords of Schwarzenberg, Princely Landgrave of Kleggen, Counts of Sulz, Dules of Krumau, etc. Fürsten und Herren zu Schwarzenberg, Gefürsteter Landgrafen von Kleggen, Grafen von Sulz, Herzöge von Krumau, etc. 1833 - 1888 Johann Adolf II Joseph Friedrich Karl 1799 - 1888 1888 - 1914 Adolf Joseph Johann Eduard, son 1832 - 1914 1914 - 1938 Johann Nepomuk Adolf Maria Hubert Maximin, son 1860 - 1938 Princes of Schwarzenberg, Princely Landgraves of Kleggen, Counts of Sulz Fürsten zu Schwarzenberg, Gefürsteter Landgrafen von Kleggen, Grafen von Sulz 1870 - 1904 Karl 1824 - 1904 1904 - 1913 Karl Friedrich Eduard Emanuel, son 1859 - 1913 1913 - 1914 Karl Friedrich Johann Alfons Ignaz Alexander, son 1886 - 1914 1914 - 1986 Karl Franz Friedrich Maria Joseph Johann Nepomuk, son 1911 - 1986 ____________________________________________________________________________

STADION

The German House of Stadion was first mentioned in the 12th century. In 1705 its Head was granted the dignity of "Reichsgraf", with the predicate "Hoch- und Wohlgeboren". In 1741 the House split into the lineages of Stadion - Thannhausen and Stadion - Waldhausen. Both lineages were granted the predicate "Erlaucht" in 1829. (21) (21) Common mediate possessions included : - several lordships in Bavaria, the most important being that of Thannhausen, which had been immediate until 1806. - several lands in Württemberg (The lordsship of Waldhausen had been mediatized under Württemberg from 1806 to 1826 when it was sold) - several lordships in Bohemia. Stadion - Waldhausen also had some possessions of its own, including lordships and lands in Bohemia and Galicia - Lodomeria. STADION - THANNHAUSEN Counts of Stadion - Stadion - Thannhausen Grafen von Stadion - Stadion - Thannhausen 1839 - 1898 Karl Friedrich 1817 - 1898 1898 - 1901 Emerich Simon Damian Joseph, nephew 1838 - 1901 1901 - 1908 Philipp Franz Joseph, brother 1847 - 1908 STADION - WALDHAUSEN Counts of Stadion - Waldhausen and Thannhausen Grafen von Stadion - Waldhausen und Thanhausen 1853 - 1882 Philipp Joseph Rudolf 1808 - 1882 1882 - 1890 Hugo Karl Joseph Philipp, son 1854 - 1890 1890 - 1906 Georg Franz Eduard, nephew 1844 - 1906 ____________________________________________________________________________

STARHEMBERG

The Upper Austrian House of Starhemberg was first mentioned in the 12th century. It later split into several lineages. In 1765 the Head of the lineage of Starhemberg - Schaumburg - Wachsenberg was elevated to the dignity of "Reichsfürst", with the predicate "Hochgeboren". In 1825 he was granted the predicate "Durchlaucht". (22) (22) The major mediate possession was the County of Schaumburg - Wachsenberg in Upper Austria. Other possessions included lordships in Lower- and Upper Austria. Princes of Starhemberg, Counts of Schaumburg - Wachsenberg, etc. Fürsten von Starhemberg, Grafen von Schaumburg - Wachsenberg, etc. 1860 - 1872 Camillo Rüdiger Gundakar 1804 - 1872 1872 - 1900 Camillo Heinrich, son 1835 - 1900 1900 - 1927 Ernst Rüdiger Camillo Maria, son 1861 - 1927 ____________________________________________________________________________

TRAUTTMANSDORFF

The Styrian House of Trauttmansdorff was first mentioned in the 14th century. In 1623 its Head was elevated to the dignity of "Reichsgraf", with the predicate "Hoch- und Wohlgeboren". After 1650 the House split into several lineages and branches. In 1805 the Head of the lineage of Adam - Matthias was granted the dignity of "Reichsfürst", with the predicate "Hochgeboren" and in 1825 he received the predicate "Durchlaucht". (23) (23) The mediate possessions comprized lordships and lands in Bohemia and Lower Austria. The Princes also kept the style of Princely Counts of Umpfenbach, a possession wich had been immediate from 1805 to 1806 and had then become mediate under Baden until 1812 when it was sold. Prince of Trauttmansdorff - Weinberg and Neustadt am Kocher, Princely Count of Umpfenbach, Baron of Gleichenberg, Nogau, Burgau and Totzenbach, etc. Fürst of Trauttmansdorff - Weinberg und Neustadt am Kocher, Gefürsteter Graf von Umpfenbach, Freiherr von Gleichenberg, Nogau, Burgau und Totzenbach, etc. 1859 - 1921 Karl Johann Nepomuk Ferdinand 1845 - 1921
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