Limburg-Styrum-Iller-Aichheim

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Limburg-Styrum-Iller-Aichheim
1657 – 1800

'Capital
Circle
Bench
Iller-Aichheim
Lower Rhenish-West.
Counts of Westphalia
Partitioned from Limburg-Styrum-Gemen 1657
Inherited Gemen 1782
Extinct; to Boyneburg-Bömelberg 1800

Limburg-Styrum-Iller-Aichheim was a County of medieval Germany, based in the Lordship of Iller-Aichheim. It was partitioned from Limburg-Styrum-Gemen in 1657. When the line of Limburg-Styrum-Gemen became extinct in 1782 the Counts of Limburg-Styrum-Iller-Aichheim inherited it and the Imperial Estate of Gemen. However, when in 1800 this line became extinct, it was inherited by Boyneburg-Bömelberg instead of Limburg-Styrum-Styrum.

Counts of Limburg-Styrum-Iller-Aichheim (1657–1800)[edit]

Name

Reign

Maximilian William 1657–1724
Leopold 1724–1726
Charles Alois Joseph 1726–1739
Charles Joseph Maximilian 1739–1798
Ferdinand Gotthard Meinrad 1798–1800