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Nobility of the World
Volume VIII - Netherlands

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Before 1814, the history of nobility is separate for each of the eleven provinces that make up the Kingdom of the Netherlands. In each of these, there were in the early Middle Ages a number of feudal lords who often were just as powerful, and sometimes more so than the rulers themselves. In old times, no other title existed but that of knight. In the middle of the fourteenth century, quarrels between the feudal lords reduced many families and castles to ruins, which contributed to the Dukes of Burgundy's acquisition by conquest or inheritance of many of the provinces forming the Kingdom of the Netherlands. In 1581, Philip II of Spain, heir of the Dukes of Burgundy was abjured by representatives of the Seven Provinces, which left a great part of the executive and legislative power to the Ridderschap of each province, which consisted of the representatives of those families of the old feudal nobility. In 1798, the revolution did away with their power, and it was not before 1814, when William of Orange became King of the Netherlands that they were again appointed in another form, but by the time of the constitution of 1848, they had no influence in government affairs. In 1814, if no higher title was recognised, the men only were to bear the hereditary predicate of Jonkheer. The old feudal families obtained the title of Baron or Baroness for all their descendants.

Princes of The Netherlands

  • Van Oranje-Nassau
  • De Bourbon de Parme
  • De Riquet de Caraman
  • Wellesley; the Duke of Wellington is the Prince of Waterloo

Dukes of The Netherlands

The title of Duke/Duchess is no longer in existence in noble families of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

Marquesses of The Netherlands

  • Le Poer Trench; the Earl of Clancarty is the Marquess of Heusden
  • D'Auxy
  • Van Hoensbroeck (this family left the Netherlands in the 19th century. Known in Germany as Graf von und zu Hoensbroech, the head of this family bears the titles of Marquess and Graf von und zu Hoensbroech)

Counts of The Netherlands

  • Bentinck
  • Bentinck van Aldenburg
  • Blouw
  • Brederode, van Brederode
  • D'Auxy
  • De Borchgrave d'Altena
  • Brand van Lieshout
  • De Ficquelmont
  • De Geloes
  • De Hochepied
  • De Jonge
  • De Marchant et d'Ansembourg
  • De Norman et d'Audenhove
  • De Perponcher Sedlnitsky
  • De Riquet de Caraman
  • Dumonceau
  • Festetics de Tolna
  • Schimmelpenninck
  • Van Bylandt
  • Von Caddy-Retalic
  • Van den Bosch
  • Van der Duyn
  • Van der Goltz
  • Van Dinther
  • Van Heerdt
  • Van Heiden
  • Van Hoensbroeck
  • Van Hogendorp
  • Van Limburg Stirum
  • Van Lynden
  • Van Nederveen Meerkerk
  • Van Oijen
  • Von Oberndorff
  • Van Randwijck
  • Van Rechteren
  • Van Rechteren Limpurg
  • Van Rheenen
  • Van Wassenaer
  • Van Zuylen van Nijevelt
  • Velps
  • Velu
  • Von Chrismar
  • Von Oberndorff
  • Van Oranje-Nassau
  • Von Quadt
  • Von Ranzow
  • Wolff Metternich
  • Zu Stolberg-Stolberg
Viscounts of The Netherlands
  • De Preud'homme d'Hailly de Nieuport (Viscount of Nieuport)
  • Du Bus
  • Roest van Alkemade

 Barons of The Netherlands

  • d'Ablaing van Giessenburg
  • d'Aulnis de Bourouill
  • Backer
  • Baud
  • Bentinck
  • Bentinck tot Buckhorst
  • Bentinck van Schoonheten
  • Brantsen
  • Calkoen
  • Collot d'Escury
  • Creutz
  • De Constant Rebecque
  • De Geer
  • De Girard de Mielet van Coehoorn
  • De Heusch
  • De Kock
  • De Loë (Barons of Terworm near Heerlen)
  • De Smeth
  • De Vos van Steenwijk
  • De Weichs de Wenne
  • De Wijkerslooth de Weerdesteyn
  • Des Tombe
  • Dibbets
  • D'Olne (extinct since ca. 1890)
  • Doudart de la Grée
  • Du Bus (extinct since 1976)
  • Gericke
  • Gevers
  • Gevers Deynoot
  • Groeninx van Zoelen
  • Huyssen van Kattendijke
  • De Keverberg (extinct since 1928)
  • Krayenhoff
  • Lewe van Aduard
  • Mackay of Ophemert and Zennewijnen (see Lord Reay, Baronet of Strathnaver, and Chief of Clan Mackay)
  • Melvill van Carnbee
  • Michiels
  • Mollerus
  • Munday
  • Nahuys
  • Prisse
  • Rengers, van Welderen
  • Ripperda
  • Rhoe van Obsinnich (extinct since ca. 1750)
  • Röell
  • Sandberg
  • Schimmelpenninck
  • Schimmelpenninck van der Oije
  • Sirtema van Grovestins
  • Six
  • Six van Hillegom
  • Sloet tot Everlo
  • Sloet van Oldruitenborgh
  • Snouckaert van Schauburg
  • Speyart van Woerden
  • Steengracht
  • Stratenus
  • Sweerts de Landas
  • Taets van Amerongen
  • Taets van Amerongen van Renswoude
  • Thoe Schwartzenberg en Hohenlansberg
  • Van Aerssen Beijeren van Voshol
  • Van Asbeck
  • Van Berger
  • Van Boetzelaer
  • Van Boetzelaer van Dubbeldam
  • Van Bommel
  • Van Breugel
  • Van der Capellen
  • Van Coeverden
  • Van Dedem
  • Van den Essen
  • Van der Borch tot Verwolde
  • Van der Borch tot Verwolde van Vorden
  • Van der Feltz (Barons of Larochette in Luxembourg)
  • Van Geen
  • Van der Heyden
  • Van der Heyden van Doornenburg
  • Van Doorn
  • Van Dorth tot Medler
  • Van Eck
  • Van Geen
  • Van Haersolte
  • Van Haersolte van Haerst
  • Van Hangest d'Yvoy
  • Van Hardenbroek
  • Van Harinxma thoe Slooten
  • Van Heeckeren
  • Van Heeckeren van Brandsenburg
  • Van Heeckeren van Kell
  • Van Heeckeren van Molecaten
  • Van Heemstra
  • Van Heerdt
  • Van Heerdt van Eversberg
  • Van Hemert tot Dingshof
  • Van Hogendorp
  • Van Hövell
  • Van Hövell tot Westerflier
  • Van Hövell van Wezeveld en Westerflier
  • Van Imhoff
  • Van Ittersum
  • Van Isselmuden
  • Van Knobelsdorff
  • Van Lamsweerde
  • Jason Van Lawick
  • Van Lawick van Pabst
  • Van Lynden
  • Van Nagell
  • Van Oldeneel tot Oldenzeel
  • Van Pallandt
  • Van Reede
  • Van Raders
  • Van Randwijck
  • Van Rijckevorsel van Kessel
  • Van Roosmalen
  • Van Slingelandt
  • Van Sytzama
  • Van Till
  • Van Tuyll van Serooskerken
  • Van Verschuer
  • Van Voorst tot Voorst
  • Van Vredenburch
  • Van Wey
  • Van Wassenaer
  • Van Wassenaer van Catwijck
  • Van Welderen Rengers
  • Van Wijnbergen
  • Van Zuylen van Nijevelt
  • Van der Marck
  • Wilbrenninck
  • Wittert

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Knightly Families of The Netherlands

  • Alewijn
  • De Bye (also: Van der Does de Bye)
  • De Behr (extinct 1954)
  • De Maurissens
  • De Plevits
  • De Stuers
  • De Thier
  • De van der Schueren
  • De Warzée d'Hermalle (extinct 1933)
  • Du Bus (extinct 1976)
  • Huyssen van Kattendijke
  • Pauw
  • Van Citters
  • Van Cleef
  • Van Els (extinct 18th century)
  • Van der Heim (extinct 1898)
  • Van der Renne (extinct 1964)
  • Van den Hinterkop
  • Van Lockhorst (extinct 1921)
  • Van Rappard
  • Van Rij
  • Van Rosenthal
  • Van Scheintzbern
  • Van Westreenen van Tiellandt (extinct 1848)
  • Velu
  • Von Devivere

Untitled Noble Families - Jonkheer / Jonkvrouw

  • Alberda van Ekenstein
  • Alting van Geusau
  • Alting von Geusau
  • Barnaart
  • Barnaart van Bergen
  • Beelaerts van Blokland
  • Bicker
  • Bloys van Treslong
  • Boddaert
  • Boissevain
  • Boreel
  • Bos van Rosenthal
  • Bosch van Drakestein
  • Bowier
  • Calkoen
  • Clifford Kocq van Breugel
  • Delger van Lambalgen
  • Doudart de la Grée
  • De Beaufort
  • De Blocq van Scheltinga
  • De Bosch Kemper
  • De Brauw
  • De Geer
  • De Geer van Jutphaas
  • De Geer van Oudegein
  • De Girard de Mielet van Coehoorn
  • De Graeff
  • Gülcher (noble branch extinct)
  • De Jong van Beek en Donk
  • De Jonge
  • De Jonge van Campens Nieuwland
  • De Jonge van Ellemeet
  • De Jonge van Zwijnsbergen
  • De Kock
  • De Kuyper
  • De la Court
  • De Lange
  • De Marees van Swinderen
  • De Muralt
  • De Pesters
  • De Ranitz
  • De Rotte
  • De Roy van Zuidewijn
  • De Savornin Lohman
  • De Serière
  • De Villeneuve
  • De Vries
  • De Wijkerslooth de Weerdesteijn
  • Dedel
  • Den Beer Poortugael
  • Des Tombe
  • Elias
  • Feith
  • Flugi van Aspermont
  • Gevaerts
  • Gevaerts van Nuland
  • Gevers
  • Gevers Deynoot
  • Gevers Leuven
  • Gevers van Endegeest
  • Gemlich
  • Godin de Beaufort
  • Goldman
  • Graafland
  • Graswinckel
  • Greven
  • Groeninx van Zoelen
  • Hooft
  • Hooft Graafland
  • Hooft Graafland van Schotervlieland
  • Hooft van Woudenberg
  • Huninga
  • Huydecoper
  • Huydecoper van Nigtevecht
  • Huygen van Dyck
  • Jankovich de Jeszenice
  • Just de la Paisières
  • Kennesey de Kenese
  • Kreutzwendedich von dem Borne
  • Laman Trip
  • Leijssius
  • Loudon
  • Lycklama à Nijeholt
  • Martens van Sevenhovensch
  • Martini Buys
  • Melgers
  • Merkes van Gendt
  • Meyer
  • Michiels van Kessenich
  • Mock
  • Mollerus
  • Nahuys
  • Oomkens
  • Op ten Noort
  • Ploos van Amstel
  • Pompe van Meerdervoort
  • Prins van Westdorpe
  • Prisse
  • Quarles van Ufford
  • Quintus
  • Reigersman
  • Rengers Hora Siccama
  • Repelaer
  • Repelaer van Driel
  • Rethaan Macaré
  • Reuchlin
  • Roessingh van Iterson
  • Röell
  • Rutgers van Rozenburg
  • Sandberg
  • Sandberg tot Essenburg
  • Sandberg van Boelens
  • Schimmelpenninck
  • Schorer
  • Serraris
  • Sicking(h)e
  • Six
  • Six van Hillegom
  • Smissaert
  • Smits van Oyen
  • Snoeck
  • Snouck Hurgronje
  • Spengler
  • Stoop
  • Stoop van Goudswaard
  • Storm van 's-Gravesande
  • Stratenus
  • Strick van Linschoten
  • Teding van Berkhout
  • Tiddinga
  • Testa
  • Tjarda van Starkenborgh Stachouwer
  • Tulleken
  • Twijsel
  • Valckenier von Geusau
  • Van Adrichem Boogaert
  • Van Aefferden
  • Van Amsberg
  • Van Andringa de Kempenaer
  • Van Asch van Wijck
  • Van Baerdt van Sminia
  • Van Beek en Donk
  • Van Beijma
  • Van Beijma thoe Kingma
  • Van Benthem van den Bergh
  • Van Beresteyn
  • Van Buttingha Wichers
  • Van Citters
  • Van Dalen
  • Van de Poll
  • Van den Berch van Heemstede
  • Van den Bergh
  • Van den Bosch
  • Van den Brandeler
  • Van der Does
  • Van der Does de Willebois
  • Van der Goes
  • Van der Goes van Naters
  • Van der Maessen de Sombreff
  • Van der Meer de Walcheren
  • Van der Mersch
  • Van der Mieden
  • Van der Mieden van Opmeer
  • Van der Stoop
  • Van der Wel
  • Van der Wyck
  • Van Doorn
  • Van Eys
  • Van Eysinga
  • Van Foreest
  • Van Geen
  • Van Grotenhuis van Onstein
  • Van Haeften
  • Van Haersma de With
  • Van Heemskerck van Beest
  • Van Heurn
  • Van Heutz
  • Van Holthe
  • Van Holthe tot Echten
  • Van Humalda van Eysinga
  • Van Iddekinge
  • Van Karnebeek
  • Van Kessenich
  • Van Kinschot
  • Van Lawick van Pabst van Nijevelt
  • Van Leeuwen
  • Van Lennep
  • Van Lidth de Jeude
  • Van Lidth de Jeude van de Souburgen
  • Van Lintelo de Geer
  • Van Litsenburg
  • Van Loon
  • Van Meeuwen
  • Van Meeuwen de Keverberg
  • Van Nispen
  • Van Nispen tot Pannerden
  • Van Nispen tot Sevenaer
  • Van Oijen
  • Van Oijen zu Furstenstein
  • Van Panhuys
  • Van Raab van Canstein
  • Van Riemsdijk
  • Van Rijckevorsel
  • Van Sasse van Ysselt
  • Van Sminia
  • Van Spengler
  • Van Steenis/van Steenhuys
  • Van Suchtelen
  • Van Suchtelen van de Haare
  • Van Tets
  • Van Vierssen Trip
  • Van Vliet
  • Van Vredenburch
  • Van Weede
  • Van Weede van Dijkveld
  • Van Zuylen
  • Vardink Huiskamp
  • Vegelin van Claerbergen
  • Verheyen
  • Versélewel de Witt Hamer
  • Von Balluseck
  • Von Bose
  • Von Geusau
  • Von Ghyczy
  • Von Mühlen
  • Von Schmidt auf Altenstad
  • Walraven de Beaufort
  • Wesselman van Helmond
  • Wichers
  • Wittert van Hoogland
  • Wladimiroff

Foreign Nobility of The Netherlands

  • Arrazola de Oñate
  • Barnaart
  • Barth von Barthenheim, de Bart(-Barthenheim)
  • Bayer Koch von Rothenburg
  • Beije
  • Bentinck
  • Berg
  • Boreel
  • Coates
  • Collot d'Escury
  • Creutz
  • De Bije, van der Does de Bije
  • De Bourbon de Parme
  • De Constant de Rebeque
  • De Geer
  • De Girard de Mielet van Coehoorn
  • De Heeckeren d'Anthes
  • De Hochepied
  • De Lange
  • De Liedekerke de Pailhe
  • De Loë
  • De Marchant et d'Ansembourg
  • De Mauregnault
  • De Muralt
  • De Pester
  • De Serière
  • De Smeth
  • De Villeneuve
  • De Villers de Grignoncourt
  • De Wijkerslooth de Weerdesteyn
  • Doudart de la Grée
  • Falck
  • Festetics de Tolna
  • Fischer von Weikersthal
  • Flugi von Aspermont
  • Hamilton of Silverton Hill
  • Herwarth von Bittenfeld
  • Holzschuher von Harrlach
  • Huydecoper
  • Huygen van Dyck
  • Huyssen van Kattendijke
  • Jacobovits de Szeged
  • Jankovich
  • Just de la Paisières
  • Köhne von Jaski
  • Le Grelle
  • Mackay
  • Mavrocordato
  • Michiels van Kessenich
  • Monod de Froideville
  • Nedermeyer von Rosenthal
  • Peregrini
  • Prisse
  • Raab van Canstein
  • Rappard
  • Reuchlin
  • Roëll
  • Serraris
  • Sloet van Oldruitenborgh
  • Snouckaert
  • Soeldjoeki
  • Steengracht van Moyland
  • Strick van Linschoten
  • Sweerts de Landas
  • Van Boetzelaer
  • Van Bylandt
  • Van den Borch
  • Van der Heyden van Doornenburg
  • Van der Merwede
  • Van Doorn
  • Van Dorth tot Medler
  • Van Hogendorp
  • Van Imhoff
  • Van Ittersum
  • Van Keppel
  • Van Knobelsdorff
  • Van Kretschmar
  • Van Lamsweerde
  • Van Lawick van Pabst
  • Van Lennep
  • Van Limburg Stirum
  • Van Nagell
  • Van Nahuys
  • Van Oijen
  • Van Oijen zu Furstenstein
  • Van Pallandt
  • Van Prehn
  • Van Raders
  • Van Randwijck
  • Van Ranzow
  • Van Rechteren-Limpurg
  • Van Styrum
  • Vardink Huiskamp
  • Van Verschuer
  • Van Zuylen van Nijevelt
  • Versélewel de Witt hamer
  • Von (van) Pelser Berenberg
  • Von Behr
  • Von Bernstorff
  • Von Bernuth
  • Von Blanckenstein
  • Von Blomberg
  • Von Blücher
  • Von Bönninghausen
  • Von Bormann
  • Von Bose
  • Von Brüning
  • Von Chrismar
  • Von de Vivere
  • Von dem Borne
  • Von der Oelsnitz
  • Von Dewall
  • Von Dincklage
  • Von Eckstaedt (Vitztum)
  • Von Faber
  • Von Fisenne
  • Von Geusau
  • Von Graevenitz
  • Von Hertzberg
  • Von Heydebreck
  • Von Heyden
  • Von Hol zu Holstein
  • Von Koczian
  • Von Maltzahn
  • Von Martels
  • Von Mengden
  • Von Metzsch
  • Von Michaelis
  • Von Ortenburg
  • Von Ranzow, rijksgraaf
  • Von Scheibler
  • Von Schmidt auf Altenstadt
  • Von Schwarzenberg
  • Von Seydlitz Kurzbach
  • Von Stockhausen
  • Von Ungern - Sternberg
  • Von Wallenberg
  • Von Weiler
  • Von Winning
  • von Wolzogen
  • Von Zeppelin
  • Weichs de Wenne
  • Wellesley
  • Wichers
  • Wittert van Hoogland
  • Wladimiroff
  • Zu Sayn-Wittgenstein
  • Zu Schwartzenberg und Hohenlansberg
  • Zu Stolberg-Stolberg

Sources

  • Melville de Massue, Marquis de Ruvigny, The Nobilities of Europe, Adamant Media Corporation, 2000.

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