House of Oettingen-Spielberg

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Oettingen-Spielberg is a noble family and county in modern-day eastern Baden-Württemberg and western Bavaria, Germany.

Arms of the House of Oettingen

Oettingen-Spielberg was a partition of Oettingen-Wallerstein in 1602. It was raised to a Principality in 1734, mediatised to the Kingdom of Bavaria in 1806, and divided with the Kingdom of Württemberg in 1810. The other still existing branch of the Oettingen family is the House of Oettingen-Wallerstein.

Counts of Oettingen-Spielberg (1602 - 1734)[1][edit]

  • Count Wilhelm III of Oettingen (1570-1600)
    • Marcus Wilhelm, Count 1602-1614 (1590–1614)
    • Johann Albrecht, Count 1614–1632 (1591-1632)
      • Johann Franz, Count 1632–1665 (1631-1665)
        • Johann Sebastian, Count 1665–1675 (1655-1675)
        • Johann Wilhelm, Count 1675–1685 (1655-1685)
        • Franz Albrecht I, Count 1685–1734 (1663-1737), created Reichsfürst zu Oettingen-Oettingen und Oettingen-Spielberg 1734

Princes of Oettingen-Spielberg (sovereign 1734 - mediatization in 1806)[2][edit]

  • Franz Albrecht I, 1st Prince 1734–1737 (1663-1737)
    • Johann Aloys I, 2nd Prince 1737-1780 (1707–1780)
    • Prince Anton Ernst (1712-1768)
      • Johann Aloys II, 3rd Prince 1780–1797 (1758-1797)
        • Johann Aloys III Anton, 4th Prince 1797–1855 (1788-1855)
          • Otto I Karl, 5th Prince 1855–1882 (1815-1882)
            • Franz Albrecht II, 6th Prince 1882–1916 (1847-1916)
            • Emil, 7th Prince 1916–1919 (1850-1919)
              • Otto II Joseph, 8th Prince 1919–1952 (1879-1952)
                • Aloys Philipp, 9th Prince 1952–1975 (1920-1975)
                  • Albrecht Ernst, 10th Prince 1975–present (born 1951)
                    • Franz Albrecht, Hereditary Prince of Oettingen-Oettingen and Oettingen-Spielberg (born 1982)

To this day owned by the Prince of Oettingen-Spielberg are:

Other Members[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Marek, Miroslav. "oett/oett3.html". genealogy.euweb.cz. [self-published source][better source needed]
  2. ^ "House of Oettingen". Almanach de Saxe Gotha. 13 August 1904. Retrieved 27 November 2016. [unreliable source?]

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