Anselm Maria Fugger von Babenhausen

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Anselm Maria Fürst Fugger von Babenhausen (1 July 1766 - 20 November 1821, Babenhausen) was a German nobleman of the Fugger family. He was the first reigning Count (and later Imperial Prince) of the Principality of Babenhausen, in what is now the Landkreis Unterallgäu.


Early life[edit]

Anselm Maria Fugger was the eldest son of count Anselm Viktorian Fugger and his wife Maria Walburga, born countess of Waldburg-Wolfegg-Wolfegg. This made Anselm a direct male-line descendent of Anton Fugger's son Jakob (1542–1598).

Elevation to Imperial Prince[edit]

Materialien zu Germaniens Wiedergeburt and its results[edit]


Family tree[edit]