Synonyms for waldeck_wildungen or Related words with waldeck_wildungen

waldeck_eisenberg              leiningen_dagsburg              stolberg_wernigerode              nassau_idstein              solms_laubach              nassau_weilburg              brandenburg_bayreuth              isenburg_büdingen              castell_castell              solms_lich              isenburg_birstein              saxe_merseburg              bentheim_steinfurt              hohenlohe_neuenstein              nassau_saarbrücken              zweibrücken_bitsch              reuss_ebersdorf              hesse_philippsthal              mecklenburg_güstrow              pfalz_zweibrücken              zweibrücken_birkenfeld              baden_durlach              schaumburg_lippe              stolberg_gedern              schleswig_holstein_sonderburg_plön              leiningen_westerburg              schleswig_holstein_sonderburg              holstein_rendsburg              hanau_lichtenberg              solms_baruth              barby_mühlingen              hohenlohe_waldenburg              birkenfeld_bischweiler              schwarzburg_sondershausen              erbach_erbach              nassau_dillenburg              brunswick_grubenhagen              anhalt_bernburg              erbach_fürstenau              oldenburg_delmenhorst              saxe_zeitz              solms_rödelheim              nassau_ottweiler              stolberg_stolberg              palatinate_sulzbach              hesse_wanfried              oettingen_oettingen              schauenburg              hesse_rotenburg              schwarzburg_rudolstadt             



Examples of "waldeck_wildungen"
Charlotte Johanna of Waldeck-Wildungen (13 December 1664 in Arolsen – 1 February 1699 in Hildburghausen) was a daughter of Count Josias II of Waldeck-Wildungen and his wife, Wilhelmine Christine, a daughter William of Nassau-Hilchenbach.
He was the eldest son of Count Simon Louis and his wife Catherine of Waldeck-Wildungen.
Sophia Henriette's father died in 1692 leaving no male heirs. Waldeck-Eisenberg fell to the Waldeck-Wildungen line; the
Count Philip VII of Waldeck-Wildungen (25 November 1613 in Alt-Wildungen – 24 February 1645 in Tábor in Bohemia) was the second but eldest surviving son of Count Christian of Waldeck-Wildungen (1585–1637) and his wife Elisabeth of Nassau-Siegen (1584–1661).
Henry IX of Waldeck-Wildungen (10 December 1531 – 3 October 1577 in Werbe) was the fourth son of the Count Philip IV (1493–1574) and his first wife, Margaret of East Frisia (1500–1537). In 1577, he was the ruling Count of Waldeck-Wildungen for four months.
Christian, Count of Waldeck (25 December 1585 in Eisenberg – 31 December 1637 in Waldeck), was Count of Waldeck-Wildungen and also imperial chamberlain.
On 28 November 1634 at Waldeck Castle, he married his cousin Elizabeth (1610–1647), the daughter of Count Christian of Waldeck-Wildungen. They had the following children:
He was the fourth living son of Johann Ernest IV, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, the third born by his father's second wife Charlotte Johanna of Waldeck-Wildungen.
After Anna Catherine's death, he married Countess Maria Magdalena of Waldeck-Wildungen (1606-1671), daughter of Christian, Count of Waldeck, in 1623 and had three more children:
In 1638, Philip VII succeeded his father as Count of Waldeck-Wildungen. His younger brother John (1623–1668) was Count of Waldeck-Landau as John II.
Emich Christian was a son of the Count Emich XIII of Leiningen-Dagsburg (1612-1658) and Countess Dorothea of Waldeck-Wildungen (1617-1661).
William was the fourth son of John VII, Count of Nassau (1561–1623) and his wife Magdalena von Waldeck-Wildungen (1558–1599).
Countess Magdalena of Waldeck (9 September 1558 – August 1599) was a daughter of Philip IV of Waldeck-Wildungen (1493–1574) and his wife, Jutta of Isenburg (d. 1564).
Josias II, Count of Waldeck (31 July 1636 – 29 July 1669 on Crete) was the second son of the Count Philip VII of Waldeck-Wildungen and his wife Anna Catherine of Sayn-Wittgenstein. He was a Major General in the army of Brunswick-Lüneburg. His elder brother Christian Louis (1635–1706) was the ruling Count of Waldeck-Wildungen; Josias II was from 1660 co-ruler in the district of Wildungen, later in the district of Wetterburg.
In Maastricht on 2 December 1690 Johann Ernst married secondly Charlotte Johanna of Waldeck-Wildungen (b. Arolsen, 13 December 1664, d. Hildburghausen, 1 February 1699). They had eight children:
On 18 November 1604, he married Countess Elisabeth (1584-1661), daughter of Count John VII of Nassau and his wife Magdalena of Waldeck-Wildungen. Christian and Elisabeth had 16 children:
Following the extinction of Waldeck-Landau in 1597 and Waldeck-Wildungen in 1598 Waldeck was reunited under the joint administration of the brothers Christian and Wolrad IV of Waldeck-Eisenberg.
He was married twice. Firstly, he married on 9 December 1581 with Countess Magdalena of Waldeck, daughter of Count Philip IV of Waldeck-Wildungen and Jutta of Isenburg. They had the following children:
Count Christian Louis of Waldeck (born 29 July 1635 in Waldeck; died: 12 December 1706 in Bad Arolsen) was from 1645 Count of Waldeck-Wildungen and from 1692 Count of Waldeck and Pyrmont.
Henry was succeeded as Count of Waldeck-Wildungen by his nephew Günther (29 June 1557 – 23 May 1585), the son of his brother Samuel, who had died in 1570.