Counts of Kesselstatt

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Emperor Josef II elevated the imperial barons of Keselstatt to the status of Reichsgrafen – imperial counts – in 1776.[1] The title Count of Kesselstatt (German: Graf von Kesselstatt) is accompanied by the style of His Excellency; wives and daughters of Counts of Kesselstatt would be "Her Excellency Countess Forename of Kesselstatt". They are cousins of the Princely Family of Liechtenstein. Their historic seat is Kesselstatt Palace [1]. The palace was completed for Count Karl Friedrich Melchior in 1746 [2], [3]. The Palace of Kesselstatt is located in Trier, Germany.

At the beginning of the 20th Century, a part of the Kesselstatt Family settled in Argentina.

  • Johann Hugo Casimir Graf von Kesselstatt was the highest official in Trier, chief administrator of Elector Clemens Wenzeslaus of Sachsen-Wettin from 1761 through 1794.
  • Franz Joseph - b. 27 Feb 1826 Wien, , Wien, Austria, d. 4 Jan 1891 Abbazia
  • Eugen - b. 10 Jun 1870 Gleichenberg, d. 10 Nov 1933 Grundlsee, , Steiermark, Austria
  • Franz de Paul - 1894–1938
  • Johannes - born on 21 May 1927
  • Franz Eugen - born on 1 May 1926
  • Rudolf - born on 31 January 1956
  • Ferdinand - born on 8 March 1989
  • Alexander - born on 13 May 1991
  • Georg - born on 31 January 1956
  • Clemens - born on 7 June 1959
  • Franz - born on 26 May 1961

Counts of Kesselstatt - Argentine Line[edit]

  • Clemens - 1899-1938
  • Georg - 1905-1990
  • Otto - 1928-1984
  • Federico - born on 9 April 1964
  • Guillermo - born on 5 May 1965
  • Maximiliano - born on 9 November 1966
  • Roberto - born on 21 January 1968
  • Conrado - born on 7 August 1972
  • Diego - born on 20 October 1973
  • Matias - born on 22 February 1975

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