County of Neipperg

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Barony (County) of Neipperg

Freiherrschaft (Grafschaft) Neipperg
1241–1806
Coat of arms of Neipperg
Coat of arms
StatusCounty
CapitalSchwaigern
GovernmentCounty
Historical eraEarly modern period
• First mentioned
1241
• Raised to county
1726
• Mediatised to
    Württemberg
1806
Preceded by
Succeeded by
CoA Neipperg County.svg Neipperg-Schwaigern
Kingdom of Württemberg

County of Neipperg was a county of southeastern Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Barony of Neipperg-Schwaigern was created in 1520 as a baronial partition of the Barony of Neipperg, It was renamed from Neipperg-Schwaigern in 1726, and raised to a county in 1766. Neipperg was mediatised to the Kingdom of Württemberg in 1806.

Counts of Neipperg (1726–1806)[edit]

Mediatized Counts of Neipperg (1806–present)[1][edit]

  • Joseph, 3rd Count 1792-1809 (1756-1809)
  • Adam Albert, 4th Count 1809-1829 (1775-1829) ∞ Marie Louise, Duchess of Parma (Secondly)
    • Alfred, 5th Count 1829-1865 (1807-1865)
    • Erwin, 6th Count 1865-1897 (1813-1897)
      • Reinhard, 7th Count 1897-1919 (1856-1919)
        • Anton Ernst, 8th Count 1919-1947 (1883-1947)
          • Karl Reinhard, Hereditary Count of Neipperg (1915-1941)
          • Josef Hubert, 9th Count 1947–present (b. 1918)
            • Karl Eugen, Hereditary Count of Neipperg (b. 1951) ∞ Andrea von Habsburg
              • Count Philipp (b.1978)
                • Count Stephan (b.2010)
                • Count Emanuel (b.2014)
              • Count Benedikt (b.1980)
              • Count Dominik (b.1981)
            • Count Reinhard (b.1953)
            • Count Stephan-Christoph (b.1957)
              • Count Ludovic (b.1994)
            • Count Christoph (b.1958)
            • Count Johannes (b.1964)
              • Count Leopold (b.2017)

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Coordinates: 49°8′N 9°3′E / 49.133°N 9.050°E / 49.133; 9.050