|Lordship (Barony, County) of Stadion-Stadion
Herrschaft (Freiherrschaft, Grafschaft) Stadion-Stadion
|State of the Holy Roman Empire|
|Historical era||Middle Ages|
|-||Division into Swabian
and Alsatian lines
|-||Raised to barony||1686|
|-||Raised to county||1705|
|-||Partitioned in twain||1741|
|-||Both counties mediatised||1806|
The Swabian Stadion dynasty was first mentioned in the area of Oberstadion in the 13th century. John Philipp of Stadion (1652–1741), civil servant of the Mainz archbishops, was elevated to the rank of a Freiherr (Baron) in 1686. In 1705, he acquired the immediate lordship of Thannhausen and thereby was raised to a Reichsgraf. Upon his death in 1741, the estates were partitioned between the lines of Stadion-Thannhausen and Stadion-Warthausen.
Lords of Stadion
Lords of Stadion (ca 1200–1686)
- Walter I (? – ca 1230)
- Walter II (? – ca 1260) with...
- Louis I (? – ca 1260)
- Louis II (? – 1328) with...
- Conrad (? – 1309)
- Walter III (? – 1352)
- Louis III (? – 1364)
- Eitel (1364–1392)
- Conrad I (1392–1439)
- Walter (1439–1457) with...
- Pancratius (1439–1479)
- Nicholas (1479–1507)
- John (1507–1530)
- John Ulrich (1530–1600)
- John Christopher II (1600–1629)
- John Christopher III (1629–1666)
- John Philip (1666–1741), Baron from 1686, Count from 1705
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