Counts of Waldeck 1137-1475 Volkwin II of Schwalenberg (1125-1177/78), first Count of Waldeck Waldeck partitioned in 1475 and Pyrmont acquired in 1625: Counts of Waldeck-Eisenberg 1475-1706 Christian Ludwig, ( 1635- 1706), Count of Waldeck-Eisenberg from 1645 and Count of Waldeck-Wildungen from 1692 Prince of Waldeck. Counts of Waldeck-Eisenberg
This agreement, however, did not last long, and Waldeck was divided several times after Henry's death. Heinrichs died in 1348 and was buried in the "Waldeck Chapel" in the Marienthal Abbey in Netze (now part of Waldeck). His grave stone can still be found there. Heinrichs IV, Count of Waldeck was the ruling Count of Waldeck from 1305 to 1344.
Otto I (Count) von WALDECK Born: abt. 1265 Died: 1305 HM George I's 10-Great Grandfather. HRE Charles VI's 11-Great Grandfather. Poss. U.S. President [WASHINGTON] 's 14-Great Grandfather. PM Churchill's 18-Great Grandfather. Lady Diana's 19-Great Grandfather. PM Cameron's 20-Great Grandfather. HRH Albert II's 19-Great Grandfather.
The County of Waldeck was a county within the Holy Roman Empire since 1180. In 1625, the much smaller County of Pyrmont became part of the much larger County of Waldeck through inheritance and the combined territory was known as the County of Waldeck-Pyrmont.
04/02/2016 · George Waldeck was born on month day 1871, at birth place, to Henry Fletcher Waldeck and Isabella WALDECK (born BRAND). Henry was born on February 28 1843, in Perth, Western Australia. Isabella was born on February 1 1842, in Denny, Stirling, Scotland. George had 7 siblings: Frederick William George Waldeck, Edwin Lowe Waldeck and 5 other siblings.
count of Waldeck-Eisenberg 1453-1524: her grave in Korbach. grave of spouse in Korbach. 1460-1544 child of Kuno +1477: Margareta : 1461-1499 child of Kuno +1477: Walpurgis X 1484 Philipp II count of Virneburg-Neuenahr +1522/25 : 1465-1483 child of Kuno +1477: Johann : 1468-1544 child of Kuno +1477: Philipp X 1489 Adriana of Hanau-Münzenberg ...
Josías II de Waldeck-Wildungen El Conde Josías II de Waldeck (31 de julio de 1636 - 29 de julio de 1669, Creta) era el segundo hijo del Conde Felipe VII de Waldeck-Wildungen y su esposa Ana Catalina de Sayn-Wittgenstein. Fue Mayor General en el ejército de Brunswick-Luneburgo.