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Mediatized House of Königsegg
House of Königsegg-Aulendorf
Königsegg was a German statelet of southeastern Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Königsegg emerged in 1192 as a Lordship, and was raised to a Barony in 1470. It was partitioned between itself, Königsegg-Aulendorf and Königsegg-Rothenfels in 1622, and was inherited by Königsegg-Aulendorf in 1663 with the extinction of the line. In 1629, Königsegg was raised to an imperial estate and became a member of the College of the Counts of Swabia at the Reichstag. In 1804, Königsegg sold Rothenfels to Austria. In 1806, the Rheinbundakte gave Königsegg to Württemberg. 
Königsegg was named after Königsegg Castle, located in Königsegg, today part of Guggenhausen. As of 1806, Königsegg consisted of two isolated parts, one around Königsegg, and one around Aulendorf. The county had no cities; its capital was Aulendorf. It was bordered by the County of Scheer, the Mainau Commandry of the Teutonic Order, the Abbacy of Weingarten, Fürstenberg, the Abbacy of Schussenried, the County of Waldburg, and Austria. In 1806, Königsegg had an area of about 160 km² and a population of 3000. 
Königsegg-Aulendorf was a county of southeastern Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The territories of Königsegg-Aulendorf by 1806 were four separate exclaves, centred around Königsegg in the west, Aulendorf in the east, and two smaller territories north and south of the Teutonic Knights' territory at Altshausen. Königsegg-Aulendorf was created as a Baronial partition of the Barony of Königsegg, and was raised to a County in 1629. Königsegg-Aulendorf was mediatised to Württemberg in 1806. 
Lords of Königsegg (1192 - 1470)

* Berthold I of Fronhofen (1192 - 1209)
* Eberhard I (1209 - 1228)
* Eberhard II (1239 - 1268) with...
* Berthold II (1239 - 1251)
* Eberhard III ( - 1296)
* Ulrich I ( - 1300)
* John I (1300 - )
* Ulrich II ( - 1375) with...
* Henry with...
* Berthold III ( - 1370) with...
* Ulrich III
* Ulrich IV ( - 1444)
* John II
* John III
* Marquard ( - 1470)

Barons of Königsegg (1470 - 1663)

* Marquard (1470 - 1500)
* John IV (1500 - 1544)
* John Marquard (1544 - 1553) with...
* John James (1544 - 1567)
* Marquard IV (1567 - 1626) with...
* George II (1567 - 1622)
* John William (1626 - 1663)

Barons and Counts of Königsegg-Aulendorf (1622 - 1806)

John George (1622 - 1629)
John George (1629 - 1666)
Anthony Eusebius (1666 - 1692)
Francis Maximilian (1692 - 1710)
Charles Siegfried (1710 - 1765)
Herman Frederick (1765 - 1786)
Ernest (1786 - 1803)
Francis (1803 - 1806)


The Titles and Styles of the Princely House 
The present members of this family bear the title Graf or Gräfin zu Königsegg-Aulendorf, together with the formal appellation of Illustrious Highness   
The Genealogy of The Princely House

FRANZ XAVER KARL Gf zu Königsegg u.Aulendorf (bap Aulendorf 15 Mar 1787-Aulendorf 8 Aug 1863); m.Tót-Megyer 14 Jul 1811 Maria Josepha Gfn Károlyi (Vienna 25 Sep 1793-Vienna 9 Mar 1848)

1a) Elisabeth Johanna Baptista (14 Apr 1812-Zeil 29 May 1886); m.8/9 Oct 1832 Friedrich Fst von Waldburg zu Wolfegg u.Waldsee (13 Aug 1808-Wolfegg 22 Apr 1871)

2a) GUSTAV Gf zu Königsegg-Aulendorf (Aulendorf 19 Apr 1813-Pruszka 30 May 1882); m.Budetin 14 Nov 1843 Gisella Gfn Csáky von Köröszeg u.Adorjan (13 Nov 1823-Szendrö 14 Dec 1892)

1b) Irma Stephanie Johanna Baptista Eusebia (Preßburg 7 Sep 1844-Karlsbad 11 Jun 1897)

2b) Moritz Procope Franz Xaver Johannes Baptist Eusebius (27 Sep 1853-Budapest 5 Nov 1873)

3a) Franziska Xaveria (13 Jun 1814-Vienna 22 Apr 1871); m.Preßburg 10 Feb 1834 Georg Gf Andrássy (5 Feb 1797-Vienna 19 Dec 1872)

4a) Adolf (5 Aug 1815-Vienna 20 Feb 1850)

5a) ALFRED Gf zu Königsegg-Aulendorf (Aulendorf 30 Jun 1817-Vienna 27 Oct 1898); m.Vienna 15 Apr 1857 Pauline Gfn von Bellegarde (Vienna 2 Apr 1830-Munich 27 May 1912)

1b) Franz XAVER Johann Baptist Eusebius Gf zu Königsegg-Aulendorf (Vienna 29 Dec 1858-Aulendorf 26 Apr 1927); m.Vienna 12 Jun 1881 Hedwig Gfn von Neipperg (Horin 22 Jul 1859-Aulendorf 23 Oct 1916)

1c) Alfred Maria Gustav (14 Mar 1882-1 Aug 1884)

2c) Maria Anna Bertha Paula Rosa Johanna Gregoria Eusebia (Königseggwald 9 May 1883-Salzburg 12 Dec 1948)

3c) Marie Pauline Gabriele Johanna Monika Eusebia Josepha (Königseggwald 1 Mar 1885-Tuttlingen 9 Jun 1961); m.Munich 21 Sep 1909 Eugen Gf von Quadt zu Wykradt u.Isny (Isny 8 Jan 1887-Isny 19 Oct 1940)

4c) Maria Rosa (5 Sep 1886-14 Dec 1886)

5c) Maria Josepha Gabriele Rosa JohannaFranziska Caroline Leonie Eusebia (Königseggwald 27 May 1889-Graz 7 Nov 1939); m.Munich 20 Apr 1909 Franz Gf von Bellegarde (Ischl 14 Jun 1866-d.1915 of wounds received in action at Lagorczow, Carpathia 2 Apr 1915)

6c) Margarete Maria Ludwiga Johanna Ev. Leonie Monika Eusebia Benedikte Karoline Elisabeth Klementine (Aulendorf 2 Oct 1889-Oetting Mission, Natal 25 Aug 1968); m.Munich 21 Sep 1909 (div 191_) Otto Gf von Quadt zu Wykradt u.Isny (Isny 30 Dec 1880-Munich 28 Jul 1933)

7c) Maria JOSEPH ERWIN Leo Franz Maximilian Karl Borromäus Aloys Johannes d. Ev. Georg Klemens Benedikt Eusebius Alfred Gf zu Königsegg-Aulendorf (Königseggwald 19 Mar 1891- Königseggwald 14 Mar 1951); m.Vienna 15 Oct 1918 Lucia Gfn von Wilczek (Seebarn 9 Jun 1895- Königseggwald 6 Dec 1977)

1d) Karl Seyfried Franz Xaver Maria Eusebius Dominikus Erbgf zu Königsegg-Aulendorf (Königseggwald 4 Aug 1919-k.a.Russia 6 Oct 1942)
2d) Elisabeth (Königseggwald 2 May 1921-Ulm 21 Apr 1929)

3d) Monika Elisabeth Johanna Maria Eusebia (Königseggwald 24 Jun 1923-Göppingen, Württemberg 21 Oct 2002); m.Königseggwald 3 Dec 1951 Albert Germanus Gf von Rechberg u.Rothenlöwen zu Hohenrechburg (b.Herringhausen 29 Nov 1912)

4d) JOHANNES von Nepomuk Maria Eusebius Pius Gf zu Königsegg-Aulendorf (b.Königseggwald 13 Apr 1925); m.Munich 27 Sep 1955 Stefania Frn Waldbott von Bassenheim (b.Sátoralja-Ujhely 19 Nov 1929)

1e) Isabelle Gabrielle Maria Appolonia Eusebia (b.Munich 23 Jul 1956); m.Königseggwald 28 Jun 1987 Adam-Petrus Gf Schall-Riaucour (b.Kirchhellen, Westfalen 17 Sep 1949)

1f) Vincenz Gf von Schall-Riaucour, b.Köln 19 Nov 1992

2f) Tassilo Gf von Schall-Riaucour, b.Köln 14 Jan 1997

2e) Maximilian Ulrich Philipp Eusebius Benno Erbgf zu Königsegg-Aulendorf (b.Munich 16 Jun 1958); m.Villefranche-sur-Mer 26 Sep 1987 Marie Valerie Gfn Kinsky von Wchinitz u.Tettau (b.Nice 2 Mar 1966)

1f) Philipp Maria Markus Wenzel Eusebius (b.Ravensburg 10 Aug 1988)

2f) Nikolaus Maria Franziskus Eusebius Kajetan (b.Ravensburg 7 Aug 1990)

3f) Marie-Alice Eleonore Henriette Eusebia (b.Ravensburg 1 Aug 1992)

4f) Marie-Gabrielle Therese Anna Eusebia (b.Ravensburg 29 Aug 1995)

3e) Markus Maximilian Eusebius Johannes (b.Munich 16 May 1963); m.(civ) Königseggwald 23 May 1990 (rel) Hohenems 14 Jul 1990 Philippa Gfn von Waldburg-Zeil-Hohenems (b.St.Gallen 2 Dec 1968)

1f) Nathalie Isabelle Cäcilie Eusebia (b.Ravensburg 22 Nov 1991)

2f) Constantin Maximilian Imre Eusebius (b.Vienna 5 Nov 1993)

3f) Géza Paul Stephan Eusebius (b.Vienna 19 Jan 1998)

5d) Paula Maria Eusebia Julia (b.Aulendorf 22 May 1926); m.Königseggwald 25 Jun 1947 Joachim Egon Fst zu Fürstenberg (Schloß Grund 28 Jun 1923-Donaueschingen 9 Jul 2002)

6d) Maximilian Gregor Eusebius (b.Vienna 13 Sep 1932); m.Hamburg 3 Jun 1967 Nessrin Touba (b.Bad Harzburg 30 Aug 1943)

1e) Frederic Ali Eusebius (b.Hamburg 20 Feb 1969)

7d) Veronika Franz de Paula Lucia Eusebia (b.Munich 7 Jun 1938); m.Königseggwald 3 Sep 1968 Helmut Brand (b.Düsseldorf 10 Jul 1932)

1e) Moritz Brand, b.Garmisch 22 Jun 1969

2e) Alexandra Brand, b.Garmisch 28 Oct 1971

3e) Felix Brand, b.Garmisch 8 Jun 1973

8c) Karl Seyfried Maria Borromeo Regnard Lukas von Evangelist Franz Xaver Leon Aloysius (Königseggwald 18 Oct 1892-k.a.Lille 23 Aug 1916)

9c) Maria Hermann Albrecht (Königseggwald 27 Apr 1896-Stuttgart 11 Aug 1963); m.Stuttgart 19 Oct 1940 Eva Belz (Stuttgart-Degerloch 15 May 1915-5 Jan 2005)

1d) Harald Hermann Erwin Eusebius (b.Stuttgart 31 Jan 1942); m.Hilversum, Netherlands 12 Apr 1969 Margaritha Maria Pieters (b.Hilversum 31 Aug 1940)

1e) Gregor Harald Johannes Gerard Eusebius (b.Stuttgart 24 Feb 1970); m.Stuttgart 28 Apr 2001 Evelyn Maier (b.Stuttgart 3 Oct 1972)

1f) Mia Florien Eusebia (b.Stuttgart 17 Oct 2003)

2e) Daniel Alexander (b.Munich 9 May 1973); m.Aulendorf 23 Aug 2003 (rel) Stuttgart 29 Aug 2003 Cordula Breitmiller (b.Böblingen 4 Jun 1977)

3e) Patrick Sascha (b.Munich 25 Apr 1975)

2d) Marina Lucia Agnes Antoinette Eusebia (b.Sigmaringen 28 Mar 1944); m.Stuttgart 5 Jul 1972 Bruce Guthrie [Guthier in most sources, Guthrie in the obituary of his mother-in-law] (b.Oak Park, Illinois 20 May 1927)

1e) Alexa Guthier, b.Los Angeles 15 Feb 1974

2e) Darin Guthier, b.Los Angeles 29 Sep 1976

10c) Maria Anna Emilia Josepha Leonie Johanna Ignatia Eusebia (Königseggwald 6 Jul 1899-k.on Lake Como 14 Feb 14 Feb 1945); m.Milan 20 Jul 1922 Gino Brunelli

6a) Hermann (26 May 1820-19 Jun 1890)

7a) Hugo Joseph (23 Feb 1824-22 Dec 1869)

8a) Georgine Klementine (Pruszka 1 Apr 1825-Graz 7 Jun 1877); m.Pruszka 6 Nov 1843 Otto Fst zu Oettingen-Oettingen u.Oettingen-Spielberg (Oettingen 14 Jan 1815-Munich 29 Apr 1882)

9a) Friederike Johanna Baptista Elisabeth (Aulendorf 21 Feb 1837-Freiburg 21 Dec 1912); m.Aulendorf 20 Sep 1859 Maximilian Gf von Kageneck (Freiburg 12 Jun 1828-Freiburg 7 Mar 1891)

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