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Mediatized House of Waldbott-Bassenheim
Waldbott of Bassenheim is the name of Rhenish Noble familyWhich is first mentioned in 1136 with the brothers Siegfriedus Gebhardus and Fridericus de Waltmaneshusen, After the village Waldmannshausen (now a part of the municipality Elbe) At Hadamar. Branches of the family exist today. The family belongs to the Aristocracy.
An important representative of the early period was Henry Walpot of Bassenheim That from 1198 to 1200, the first Grand Master of Teutonic was. From 1267 the family was in possession of the Walpodenamtes the Counts of Diez. Later, members were of sex After feudatories the Counts of Isenburg. By inheritance and purchase over time could be significantly expanded the property. The Domination Bassenheim at Coblence still occurred before 1300 through the marriage of Siegfried Walpod (died in 1333) with Helen from Bachem, Heiress of Knight Henry, Bachem, to the sex. 1477 came the rule Olbrück added, through the marriage of Otto von Walpott Bassenheim (died in 1498) with Apollonia, heiress of the burgrave Gotthard von Drachenfels.
In the division of the family in 1554 in the lines Bassenheim, Bornheim and the rule Gudenau Bassenheim stayed in the oldest branch. Baron Johann Lothar Waldbott of Bassenheim (died in 1677) won the half domination Pyrmont in Eifel, And his son Franz Emmerich Wilhelm Waldbott Bass home was by the Emperor Charles VI. 23 May 1720 because of this property in the Of Imperial collected. 1729, the government Bassenheim (through the decline Sayn was a Fief Kurköln become) reichsunmittelbar and directly subordinated to the emperor. Anton Waldbott of Bassenheim was from 1604 to 1629 Propst of Knight's pen St. Alban.
At the end of the 18th Century belonged to the Counts of Bass Waldbott Hein for possession of Arnoldshain, Schmitten, Kransberg, Friedrichstal (now a district of the municipality Wehrheim), Pfaffenwiesbach and Wernborn to Reichsritterschaft in Knight Canton Middle of Rheinische Knight Circle.
Rudolf Johann Maria Waldbott of Bassenheim, grandson of Franz Emmerich Wilhelm, obtained for 1788 Olbrück and Pyrmont Admission to the College and thus the Westphalian Count Reichsstandschaft. That General Chapter the Teutonic Order in 1764 and awarded him the oldest individual Heir Erbritterwürde the family of the order with the power to the Knight Commander shall be allowed. For by the Peace Lunéville Lost reichsständischen generous compensation he received masters in Schwaben. In § 24 of the Reichsdeputationshauptschluss inference of 25 February 1803, he was, because of Pyrmont and Olbrück which Abbey Heggbach transmitted, but without Mietingen, Sulmingen and Tithe of Baltringen. Because Monastery Buxheim was Count Johann Waldbott of Bassenheim with a cash annuity of 1300 Gulden compensated.

After the occupation of the left bank of the Rhine by France and the expropriation under the laws of the French Revolution, there Napoleon 1805 Count Bass' back home as the only landowner in the left bank of the manor of Rhineland Bassenheim. In 1806, the Count of Waldbott Bassenheim were in Kingdom of Bavaria and Kingdom of Württemberg mediated. The head of the family received by resolution of the German Federal Assembly In 1829, the Predicate Grace.

Hugo Philipp Graf von Waldbott Bassenheim (1820-1895) cultivated a very lavish lifestyle and squandered the wealth of his ancestors. Bassenheim castle and estate owned by him and the Burg Pyrmont (at that time, however, only ruins) were for auction 1862nd Burg Pyrmont his father had Frederick Waldbott of Bassenheim (1779-1830) as a looted ruin until 1818 repurchased. 1880 was threatened with complete ruin. 1887 the Earl sold the stock and the furniture of the library of the monastery Buxheim. This monastery also ( Charterhouse mentioned) was by inheritance after the death of Johann Friedrich Reichsgraf of Ostein (1735-1809) in the possession of the family arrives. As early as 1883 the famous choir stalls in the history of art was auctioned on behalf of the Count no longer known to a bidder. (1979 succeeded in a purchase by the public domain.) 1916 the family sold the abbey church with its cloister, and the library building to the Kingdom of Bavaria. 1925 sold the counts Waldbott the archive, the vestments, liturgical equipment, and the extensive collection of paintings of the monastery to the Monastery Ottobeuren. Descendants of the Counts of Bassenheim now living in Berlin, Munich, Augsburg, Regensburg and Saarbrücken, as well as in Canada and Argentina, and Halbturn am Neusiedler See. 

The Titles and Styles of the House  

The present members of this family bear the title Graf or Gräfin Waldbott von Bassenheim together with the formal appellations of His or Her Illustrious Highness. 
The Genealogy of the House
HUGO Philipp Graf Waldbott von Bassenheim (20 Jun 1820-Schloß Buxheim 17 May 1895); m.27 Feb 1843 Karoline Pss zu Oettingen-Oettingen u.Oettingen-Wallerstein (Donauwörth 19 Aug 1824-Munich 14 Jan 1889)

1a) FRIEDRICH Ludwig Heinrich Hugo Gf Waldbott von Bassenheim (Munich 19 Jul 1844-Buxheim 31 Jan 1910); m.St.Helier, Jersey 30 May 1875 Rosa Schürch (Reiden, Switzerland 9 Sep 1855-Buxheim 25 Feb 1904)

1b) LUDWIG Maria Karl Friedrich Heinrich Philipp Gf Waldbott von Bassenheim (St.Helier 1 May 1876-Landsberg am Lech 23 Aug 1926); m.Munich 15 Jun 1903 Marie Frn von Godin (Munich 3 Nov 1883-Ottobeuren 23 Apr 1967)

1c) HUGO Franz Maria Heinrich Ludwig Irenäus Gf Waldbott von Bassenheim, renounced his succession rights 1928 in favor of his next brother (Freising 4 Jul 1907-Munich 4 Nov 1981); m.1st Tegernsee 20 Jan 1932 (div 1949) Hedwig Lotte Hienerwadel (b.Pforzheim 13 Dec 1910); m.2d Munich 13 May 1949 Gerda Eimecke (Thorn 16 May 1919-Munich 23 Jun 2003)

1d) Clemens (b.Tegernsee 26 May 1932); m.Essen-Bredeney 7 May 1955 Anna Luise Burkhardt (b.Villavicencio, nr Bogotá 25 Feb 1933)

1e) Ulrike Henriette (b.Essen 15 Oct 1955); m.Berlin 24 Jun 1994 Johannes Banholzer (b.Rottweil 2 Jul 1949)

2e) Michael Heinrich (b.Essen 9 Mar 1957); m.Großhansdorf, Hamburg 20 Mar 1989 (div 1996) Susanne Herrmann (b.Bielefeld 29 Nov 1952)

1f) Philipp Dino Clemens (b.Hamburg 8 Apr 1989)

3e) Joachim Heinrich (b.Bogotá 10 Apr 1959); m.Berlin 4 Sep 1987 Sabine Trautschold (b.São Paulo 2 Oct 1962)

1f) Alexander Enrique (b.Berlin 19 Feb 1989)

2f) Maximilian Clemens (b.Berlin 21 Mar 1991)

3f) Leonard Joachim (b.Berlin 12 Jul 1992)

2c) Irene (18 Jan 1910-9 Jul 1924)

3c) Maria Ludovika Franziska Xaveria Irene Henriette (Buxheim 20 Feb 1911-Munich 30 Dec 1995); m.Munich 2 Jun 1936 Herbert von Hartz (Ingolstadt 20 Apr 1904-Augsburg 6 Dec 1989)

4c) LUDWIG MARIA Gf Waldbott von Bassenheim (1 Oct 1912-14 Jun 1935)

5c) CARL MARIA Paul Renatus Felix Heinrich Gf Waldbott von Bassenheim (Buxheim 15 Sep 1913-Ilberstedt 27 Mar 1939); m.Neugattersleben 18 Oct 1937 Maria von Alvensleben (Potsdam 14 Mar 1918-Berchtesgaden 16 Dec 1984)

1d) CARL LUDWIG Gf Waldbott von Bassenheim (b.Dessau 23 Oct 1938); m.Bonn 18 Sep 1965 Sigrid Plümacher (b.Bonn 8 Oct 1941)

1e) Iris Annares (b.Regensburg 14 Jul 1970); m.Regensburg 26 Sep 2003 (rel) 27 Sep 2003 Matthias Franz Tom (b.Stuttgart 10 Dec 1958)

6c) Wilhelmine (31 Jul 1915-1977); m.Otto Winhold (1884-1952)

2b) Maria Rosa (31 May 1879-23 Jan 1953); m.1st 30 Aug 1906 (div 1915) Paul Probst (d.23 Sep 1932); m.2d 26 Aug 1920 Otto Frhr von Pechmann (d.5 Mar 1959)

3b) Renée (25 Aug 1880-8 Feb 1958)

4b) Heinrich (16 Jan 1882-13 Dec 1940)

5b) Friedrich Maria Georg Joseph Anton Heinrich (St.André, Bruges 23 Jan 1883-Munich 1 Dec 1952); m.1st Munich-Sölln 13 Mar 1904 (div 1909) Else Rickelt (Munich 5 Jan 1883-Munich 30 Sep 1942); m.2d Berlin 8 Apr 1938 (div by 1942) Friedel Brauer-Laabs (Stettin 22 Jan 1893-19__)

1c) Elisabeth Felicitas Karoline Marie-Rose (Munich-Sölln 27 Apr 1905-Munich 7 Mar 1996); m.1st Berlin 2 Mar 1927 (div 1934) Werner Roloff (Gut Frankenfelde, Brandenburg 5 Oct 1900-k.a.1 May 1945); m.2d Munich-Pasing 23 Nov 1938 (div) Wilhelm Keilpflug (Zossen bei Berlin 3 Jan 1894-ca 1970)

6b) Carl (St.André, Bruges 7 Mar 1884-14 Jul 1955); m.9 May 1914 Anna Cornelis (3 Mar 1887-19__)

7b) Felix Maria Carl Benedikt Thomas Heinrich (St.André, Bruges 7 Mar 1884-Buenos Aires 30 Jan 1946); m.Buenos Aires 7 Dec 1917 Iris de Romaro de Turetta (Rome 17 Mar 1894-Buenos Aires 29 Nov 1966)

1c) Iris Maria Rosa Amelia Huguette Alexandrine Renata (b.Lomas de Zamora 8 Jan 1919); m.Buenos Aires 9 Dec 1946 Rudolfo Fernando Bertoldi-Hepburn (b.Buenos Aires 11 Oct 1922)

2c) Karl Filibert Maria Emil Hugo Johann Felix (Lomas de Zamora 22 Apr 1920-Buenos Aires 17 Oct 1967); m.Buenos Aires 22 May 1950 Olga Ciampi (b.Buenos Aires 18 Apr 1926)

1d) Carlos Gustavo Felix (b.Buenos Aires 18 Apr 1954); m.Adriana Alicia Amato (b.Buenos Aires 14 Jun 1960)

1e) Carlos Federico (b.Buenos Aires 4 Mar 1982)

2e) Gustavo Hernán (b.Buenos Aires 13 Dec 1985)

3e) Fernando Martin (b.Buenos Aires 28 Feb 1990)

4e) Patricio Alejandro (b.Buenos Aires 28 Feb 1990)

2d) Cristina Isabel (b.Buenos Aires 6 Jan 1959); m.Daniel Nuñez

3c) Eleonore Maria Iris Nerina Fernanda Blanca Nelda Lucia (b.Buenos Aires 10 Aug 1922); m.Ernesto Rafael Longo (d.Buenos Aires 24 Apr 2010)

4c) Johann Maria Rudolf Felix Lothar (Buenos Aires 27 Jun 1928-Buenos Aires 29 Jan 1974); m.Buenos Aires 12 Dec 1953 Maria Susana Castex-Lainfor (b.Buenos Aires 15 Jan 1926)

1d) Guillermo Felix Maria Enrique Alejandro (b.Buenos Aires 8 Jan 1955); m.Buenos Aires 12 Nov 1983 Silvia Buezzalino

1e) Carolina Ines Maria (b.23 Nov 1990)

2e) Daniela Maria Sofia (b.27 Jul 1996)

2d) Gustavo Marcelo Maria Hugo Rudolfo (b.Buenos Aires 16 Nov 1957); m.Buenos Aires 2 Jul 1983 Maria Christina Gnecco (b.29 Nov 1957)

1e) Agustin Tomás Maria (b.16 Nov 1984)

2e) Santiago Juan Maria (b.30 Nov 1987)

3e) Josefina Ines Maria( b.3 Mar 1992)

3d) Johann Maria Rudolfo (b.Buenos Aires 9 Jul 1962); m.Marcela N

1e) Johann (b.Buenos Aires 26 Mar 1999)

2e) Federico (b.Buenos Aires 11 Jul 2001)

5c) Isabella Wilhelmine Maria Iris Amalia Felicitas Albertine (Buenos Aires 17 Mar 1930-Buenos Aires Jul 1993); m.Buenos Aires 1 Apr 1965 Jorge Enrique Bachella (b.Buenos Aires 28 Sep 1924)

8b) Rudolf Maria Anton Friedrich Joseph Heinrich Georg (St.André, Bruges 17 May 1886-Berlin 26 Apr 1930); m.Schloß Frauenau, Bayer. Wald 14 Oct 1929 Sofie-Anna Frn Poschinger von Frauenau (Dresden 13 Mar 1903-Bad Tölz 24 Dec 1957)

1c) Elisabeth Rudolphine Rosa Friederike Benedikta Henrietta Renata Maria (b.Berlin-Charlottenburg 2 Aug 1930); m.Irlbach, Lower Bavaria 26 May 1957 Carl Werner Sanne (Stuttgart 13 Oct 1923-Bonn 4 Jul 1981)

9b) Alexandrine (15 Jul 1887-30 Jul 1939)

10b) Hugo (5 Apr 1897-k.a.nr Verdun 11 Jul 1916)

2a) Maria (Luzern 18 May 1861-Waldstein, Austria 9 Dec 1913); m.Munich 17/18 Jun 1884 Moritz Pr zu Oettingen-Oettingen u.Oettingen-Wallerstein (Munich 21 Sep 1838-Munich 13 Nov 1910)

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