Solms-Wildenfels

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County of Solms-Wildenfels
Grafschaft Solms-Wildenfels
State of the Holy Roman Empire
Solms
1696–1806


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Capital Wildenfels
Government Principality
Historical era Middle Ages
 -  Partitioned from S-Baruth 1696
 -  Partitioned to create
    Solms-Sachsenfeld

1741
 -  Mediatised to Hesse 1806
 -  Reintegrated into
    Solms-Sachsenfeld

1896

Solms-Wildenfels was a minor County of southern Hesse, Germany. The House of Solms had its origins at Solms, Hesse.

Solms-Wildenfels was a partition of Solms-Baruth. In 1741 it was partitioned between itself and Solms-Sachsenfeld, and reintegrated that County upon its extinction in 1896. Solms-Wildenfels was mediatised to Hesse-Darmstadt in 1806.

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Counts of Solms-Wildenfels (1696–1806)[edit]

  • Otto Henry William (1696–1741)
  • Henry Charles (1741–46)
  • Frederick Magnus I (1746–1801)
  • Frederick Magnus II (1801–06)

Mediatized Counts of Solms-Wildenfels[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Online Gotha - Solms
  2. ^ House Laws of Schwarzburg
  3. ^ The House of Schwarzburg on Heraldica.org
  4. ^ James, John Almanach de Gotha, Volume I, 2013.