Synonyms for neuenstein or Related words with neuenstein

weikersheim              schleusingen              ingelfingen              rothenfels              manderscheid              waldenburg              trochtelfingen              reifferscheid              vohburg              waldburg              weitra              steinfurt              wolfegg              beichlingen              rheinfels              burgau              haldensleben              blankenheim              quadt              kranichfeld              hohenburg              ottweiler              schrozberg              billigheim              blankenhain              tecklenburg              groitzsch              treffurt              leutenberg              freystadt              werdenberg              bartenstein              dhaun              hachberg              hohnstein              bretzenheim              weilburg              ortenburg              philippsthal              obersontheim              herzogtum              eberstein              leisnig              lobenstein              rietberg              schwalenberg              limpurg              dachsburg              brauneck              lichtenau             



Examples of "neuenstein"
Wolfgang Julius of Hohenlohe-Neuenstein (3 August 1622, Neuenstein – 26 December 1698) was a German Field Marshal and the last Count of Hohenlohe-Neuenstein. He was the son of Kraft III of Hohenlohe-Neuenstein (14 November 1582, Langenburg - 11 September 1641, Regensburg) and Sophie of Birkenfeld (29 March 1593, Ansbach - 16 November 1676, Neuenstein), a daughter of Charles I, Count Palatine of Zweibrücken-Birkenfeld.
In 1397, the Cologne Council sent a “Johann von Neuenstein” to the Imperial encampment at Frankfurt. In 1413, a “Dr. jur. Johann von Neuenstein” also crops up. Also witnessed in written records are Wolf Ludwig von Neuenstein, Hermann Dietrich von Neuenstein and Georg von Neuenstein.
Count Kraft VI of Hohenlohe-Weikersheim (1452 in Neuenstein – 2 August 1503 in Neuenstein) was canon (priest) in Mainz and Speyer.
About 1300, an “Else, Frau von Neuenstein” crops up in the archives. If this Else was an hereditary daughter of a Lord of Neuenstein, then the House of Neuenstein would be traceable back to the 13th century. However, Else seems to have had no strong link to Neuenstein. When her husband, Friedrich II of Blankenheim, died, she sold the Neuenstein estate in 1329 to Arnold I and Gerhard V of Blankenheim. Arnold’s grandson, Gerhard VI of Blankenheim exchanged Neuenstein and Ormont in 1361 for other landholdings.
On 14 June 1662 he married Landgravine Eleonore Klara of Hohenlohe-Neuenstein (1632–1709), daughter of the Count Crato of Hohenlohe-Neuenstein, with whom he had seven children:
Born in Neuenstein, Georg Friedrich was the son of Count Wolfgang of Hohenlohe-Neuenstein and his wife Magdalena von Nassau-Dillenburg.
The new community’s namesake was the castle, whose mediaeval name was Neuwallenstein Castle (it is now called Neuenstein Castle, or "Burg Neuenstein" in German).
Louis Crato, Count of Nassau-Saarbrücken (; 28 March 1663, Saarbrücken – 14 February 1713 in Saarbrücken) was the son of Count Gustav Adolph of Nassau-Saarbrücken and Clara Eleanor, Countess of Hohenlohe-Neuenstein. He was educated at Neuenstein with his uncle, Count Wolfgang Julius of Hohenlohe-Neuenstein, and later in Tübingen. His father was at the time a prisoner of war in France.
In 1361, Ormont and Neuenstein passed by way of exchange to Johann I of Schleiden and his brother Konrad of Schleiden, Provost at St. Gereon in Cologne. About 1365, Konrad built Castle Neuenstein.
Neuenstein is a community in Hersfeld-Rotenburg district in northeastern Hesse, Germany.
The tower belongs to Neuenstein Castle, and is the community’s landmark.
Clockwise from the north, these are Ludwigsau, Friedewald, Schenklengsfeld, Hauneck, Niederaula, Kirchheim and Neuenstein.
Neuenstein Castle is nowadays used as a conference and event centre.
Count Georg Friedrich of Hohenlohe-Neuenstein-Weikersheim died on August 7, 1645, at the age of 76 years, in Langenburg.
In 1772, the Roman Emperor elevated possessions of the Neuenstein and Langenburg lines to the status of Imperial Principality.
Count Georg Friedrich von Hohenlohe-Neuenstein-Weikersheim (September 5, 1569 – July 7, 1645) was an officer and an amateur poet.
Obergeis is a village in the municipality of Neuenstein, district Hersfeld-Rotenburg in the German State of Hesse.
In the directory of holdings from 1222, the reader learns that the Count of Vianden was enfeoffed by the Prüm Church with “the estate at "Oremunte"”. Almost a century later, in 1320, Friedrich II of Blankenheim was enfeoffed by King John of Bohemia, who was also Duke of Luxembourg, with the village of "Oyrmunde". Friedrich’s wife was “Else, Frau von Neuenstein” (see Neuenstein below).
Charles Otto married Margaret Hedwig of Hohenlohe-Neuenstein (1 January 1625 – 24 December 1676), daughter of Count Kraft VII, on 30 November 1616 and had the following children:
Neuenstein is a town in the Hohenlohe district, in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is situated 12 km southwest of Künzelsau, and 27 km east of Heilbronn.