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Mediatised House of Fugger
Grafschaft Kirchberg und Weißenhorn
House of Fugger
The Fugger (German pronunciation: [ˈfʊɡɐ]) family was a historically prominent group of European bankers, members of the fifteenth and sixteenth-century mercantile patriciate of Augsburg, international mercantile bankers, and venture capitalists like the Welser and the Höchstetter families. This banking family replaced the family known as the Medici who influenced all of Europe during the Renaissance. The Fuggers took over many of the Medici assets as well as their political power and influence.

The first reference to the Fugger family in the Swabian Free City of Augsburg is the arrival of Hans Fugger recorded in the tax register of 1357. He married Klara Widolf and became an Augsburg citizen. After Klara's death, he married Elizabeth Gfattermann. He joined the Weaver's Guild, and by 1396 he was ranked high in the list of taxpayers. His eldest son, Andreas Fugger, was a merchant in the weaving trade, and was nicknamed 'the rich Fugger', buying land and other properties. Andreas's son, Lucas Fugger, was granted arms by the Emperor Frederick III, a golden deer on a blue background, and he was soon nicknamed 'the Fugger of the Deer'. However, he was too ambitious and went bankrupt.
Hans Fugger's younger son, Jakob the Elder, founded another branch of the family, This branch progressed more steadily and they became known as the 'Fuggers of the Lily' after their chosen arms of a flowering lily on a gold and blue background. Jakob was a master weaver, a merchant, and an alderman, and married Barbara Basinger, the daughter of a goldsmith. His fortune progressed, and by 1461, he was the 12th richest man in Augsburg. He died in 1469. Jakob's eldest son, Ulrich, took over the business on his father's death, and in 1473 he provided new suits of clothes to Frederick, his son Maximilian I, and his suite on their journey to Trier to meet Charles the Bold of Burgundy and the betrothal of the young prince to Charles's daughter Maria. This started the very profitable relationship between the Fugger family and the Habsburgs. Ulrich died in 1510.

Ulrich's youngest brother Jakob Fugger (illustration, below) was born in 1459, and was to become the most famous member of the dynasty. He married Sibylla Artzt in 1498, but they had no children. He was elevated to the nobility of the Holy Roman Empire in May 1511, and in 1519, led a consortium of German and Italian businessmen that loaned Charles V 850,000 florins (about 95,625 oz(t) of gold) to procure his election as Holy Roman Emperor over Francis I of France[1]. The Fugger's contribution was 543,000 florins. Jakob died in 1525. He is considered to be one of the richest persons of all time, and today he is well known as Jakob Fugger 'the rich'.

Jakob's successor was his nephew Anton Fugger, son of his elder brother Georg. Anton was born in 1493, married Anna Rehlinger, and died in 1560. In 1511, Jakob deposited 15,000 florins as an endowment for some almshouses. In 1514, he bought up part of Augsburg and in 1516 he came to agreement with the city that he would build and provide a number of almshouses for needy citizens. By 1523, 52 houses had been built, and the Fuggerei had come into existence. It is still used today. The burial chapel of the Fuggers in St. Anne's Church, Augsburg is the earliest example of Renaissance architecture in Germany. 

The Genealogy of The Princely House

Line 1: Fugger von Kirchberg

The Fugger are Swabian Nobility of Aristocracy, In force since 1367 Augsburg was established. While long assumed that the line "Fugger of Deer" 1494 was extinguished, obtained the still existing line "Fugger von der Lilie" by the Fugger Partnership International standing. This was of Jacob the Elder (1469 died) founded.

The members of this line bear the title Graf or Gräfin Fugger von Kirchberg u.zu Weißenhorn together with the formal appellation of Illustrious Highness.


RAYMUND Ignaz Johann Nepomuk Maria Gf Fugger von Kirchberg u.zu Weißenhorn (Oberkirchberg 29 Jun 1810-Augsburg 5 Apr 1867); m.Öttingen 21 Jun 1842 Bertha Johanna Notgera Pss zu Oettingen-Oettingen u.Oettingen-Spielberg (Öttingen 1 Aug 1818-Reichenhall 11 Sep 1890)

1a) FRANZ Raymund Johann Aloys Gf Fugger von Kirchberg u.zu Weißenhorn (Oberkirchberg 2 Aug 1843-Kirchberg 12 Sep 1901); m.(morganatically) Chicago 19 Nov 1868 Elisabeth Roth (Nürnberg 2 Feb 1850-Oberkirchberg 5 Dec 1900)

1b) Raimund von Fugger, cr Frhr von Fugger by the King of Württemberg 6 Feb 1915 (Oberkirchberg 2 May 1870-Laupheim 16 Aug 1949); m.Vienna 25 Nov 1912 Wanda Pss Sulkowska (Bielitz 8 Jan 1868-Gmunden 25 Nov 1930)

2a) Anna Amalia Walburga Franziska (Oberkirchberg 10 May 1845-Munich 3 Jul 1931); m.Augsburg 3 May 1875 Karl Frhr von Reitzenstein (Munich 8 Nov 1841-Munich 27 Nov 1917)

3a) Maria Johanna Euphemia Notgera Katharina (Oberkirchberg 8 Jun 1847-Oberkirchberg 22 Mar 1920)

4a) Karl Otto Friedrich Raymund (Augsburg 21 Oct 1848-Passau 11 Aug 1938); m.Regensburg 21 May 1895 Therese Schremmer (3 Mar 1861-Kreuzhof bei Forstenried, Munich 28 Aug 1915)

5a) GEORG Karl Maria Hermann Raymund Gf Fugger von Kirchberg u.zu Weißenhorn (Augsburg 2 Jan 1850-Munich 6 Jan 1909); m.Munich 18 Jan 1896 Amélie Gfn von Montgelas (Berlin 4 Mar 1867-Munich 22 Mar 1936)

1b) JOHANNES Hartmann Antonius von Padua Gabriel Raymund Joseph Maria Gf Fugger von Kirchberg u.zu Weißenhorn, renounced his rights in favor of his brother 1935 (Gries bei Bozen 9 Apr 1897-Kolbermoor 22 Feb 1985); m.1st Munich 22 Jul 1926 (annulled 1937) Maria Billard (Munich 11 Jul 1896-Munich 23 Aug 1941); m.2d Grünwald bei Munich 14 Apr 1967 Edith Radsack (Hamburg-Barmbek-Uhlenhorst 6 Sep 1906-Geretsried 10 Dec 1997)

2b) Maximilian (Munich 16 May 1899-Gries bei Bozen 18 Oct 1901)

3b) CLEMENS Joseph Raymund Ludwig Maria Gf Fugger von Kirchberg u.zu Weißenhorn (Munich 22 Nov 1905-Oberkirchberg 31 Dec 1968); m.Niederstotzingen 1 Jun 1929 Elisabeth Gfn von Meldeghem (Igling, Bavaria 1 Jun 1907-Munich 2 Feb 1990)

1c) Maria-Elisabeth Gudila, took the name "Thun-Hohenstein-Gfn Fugger von Kirchberg u.zu Weißenhorn" 15 Sep 1969 (b.Augsburg 13 Oct 1948); m.Oberkirchberg 18 Oct 1969 Jaroslav Gf von Thun u.Hohenstein (b.Kwassitz 23 Mar 1935)

2c) Georg (Augsburg 15 Jun 1950-Munich 2 Nov 1950)

6a) Ida Walburga Sophia Bertha (Oberkirchberg 4 Jul 1851-Munich 8 Mar 1939)

7a) Therese Franziska Elisabeth Sibylla (Oberkirchberg 1 Sep 1857-Munich 25 Jul 1943); m.Augsburg 29 Apr 1889 Clemens Frhr von Mauchenheim gt Bechtolsheim (Munich 15 Sep 1852-Munich 4 Jul 1930)

8a) Sophia Anna Rosa Elisabeth (Augsburg 23 Aug 1861-Berlin 18 Sep 1949)


The members of this line bear the title Graf or Gräfin Fugger von Glött (Illustrious Highness).

FIDELIS Ferdinand Gf Fugger von Glött (Glött 7 Mar 1795-Dillingen 8 Jan 1876); m.Wildthurn 14 Oct 1820 Maria Theresia Frn von Pelkhoven (Straubing 6 Jan 1799-Dillingen 26 Jun 1862)

1a) ERNST Gf Fugger von Glött (Glött 14 Aug 1821-Oberndorf 11 Feb 1885); m.Regensburg 31 Jan 1857 Maria Luise Alexandra Frn von Künsberg (Brückenau 5 Jun 1834-Oberndorf 9 Oct 1901)

1b) Ernst (14 Feb 1858-22 Feb 1858)

2b) CARL ERNST Maria Fidel Alfred Anton, cr Fürst Fugger von Glött 30 Dec 1913 (Oberndorf 2 Jul 1859-Kirchheim 25 Apr 1940); m.Moos bei Lindau 1 Nov 1891 Elisabeth Gfn von Quadt zu Wykradt u.Isny (Hannover 11 Sep 1862-Kirchheim 16 Aug 1940)

1c) Anna Friederike Elisabeth Maria (Kirchheim 10 Feb 1893-Kirchheim 25 Dec 1962)

2c) Maria (Kirchheim 29 Apr 1894-Munich 13 Mar 1935); m.Kirchheim 3 Oct 1929 Ferdinand Gf von Arco-Zinneberg (Maxlrain 10 Sep 1882-Munich 2 May 1940); their younger son was adopted by his uncle and took the name "Graf Fugger von Glött" (see Arco)

3c) JOSEPH ERNST Hermann Theodor Carl Maria Fst Fugger von Glött (Kirchheim 26 Oct 1895-Miesbach 13 May 1981); m.1st Schloß Namedy 18 May 1920 (div 1943) Stephanie Pss von Hohenzollern (Potsdam 8 Apr 1895-Diessen am Ammersee 7 Aug 1975); m.2d (civ) Kirchheim 7 Dec 1975 (rel) Maria-Steinbach 8 Dec 1975 Angela von Kienlin (b.Pähl 4 Dec 1935)

3b) Therese Maria-Bertha Franziska Antonie (Oberndorf 27 May 1860-Dillingen 10 Apr 1935)

4b) Franziska (Fanny) Theresa Ferdinanda Maria (Oberndorf 11 Nov 1861-Dillingen 22 Feb 1948)

5b) Maria (Oberndorf 9 Mar 1868-Dillingen 8 Jan 1935)

6b) Hermann (Oberndorf 12 Oct 1872-Kiel 20 Jun 1936)

7b) Wilhelm (Oberndorf 6 Aug 1876-k.a.Lunéville 5 Sep 1914)

2a) Alfred (Glött 25 Jun 1822-Banjaluka, Bosnia 23 Apr 1900); m.Ober-Langenstadt 16 Nov 1867 Franziska Frn von Künsberg (Brückenau 28 Jul 1835-Banjaluka 20 Apr 1919)

1b) Cornelia (Glött 3 Sep 1868-7 Mar 1932)

2b) Maria (St.Margarethen bei Linz 20 Jul 1871-Dillingen 5 Feb 1953)

3b) Josef Karl Augustin Maria Alfred Franziskus Eduard Ignatius (St.Margarethen bei Linz 19 Mar 1874-Holzhausen am Ammersee 25 Apr 1944); m.Kappeln 21 Oct 1915 Maria-Kristine Frn von Loë (Muffendorf am Rhein 15 Sep 1889-Haunstetten bei Augsburg 29 May 1958)

1c) Hanskarl Maria Josef Alfred (Kappeln 4 Aug 1916-k.a.Strumitza, Yugoslavia 6 Apr 1941)

2c) Maria-Karla Josepha Eugenia Franziska Antonia (Kappeln 2 May 1918-Augsburg 6 Nov 2002); m.Saloniki 28 Aug 1943 (div 1948) Richard Rixrath (St.Germain 14 May 1912-____)

3a) Theodor (Oberndorf 23 Jul 1823-Landau 10 Mar 1850)

4a) Aloysia (Oberndorf 7 Sep 1824-Oberndorf 30 Apr 1830)

5a) Otto (Oberndorf 5 Oct 1825-Dillingen 28 Jul 1855)

6a) Adolf (Oberndorf 4 Oct 1826-Glött 15 Mar 1839)

7a) Hugo (Oberndorf 6 Oct 1827-Oberndorf 21 Oct 1827)

8a) Gustav (Oberndorf 29 Mar 1829-Oberndorf 5 Apr 1829)

9a) Bertha (Oberndorf 27 May 1830-Glött 8 Jan 1887)

10a) Ida (Glött 1 Feb 1832-Dillingen 6 Oct 1919)

11a) Hermann (Glött 3 Feb 1833-Munich 16 Jun 1902)

12a) Rudolf (Glött 18 Mar 1834-Naples 22 May 1890); m.Rome 22 Jan 1879 Anna Mobili (4 Oct 1859-1921); he had issue

13a) Albert (Glött 18 Mar 1834-Rome 21 Apr 1919); m.1892 Anna Mobili (4 Oct 1859-1921); he had issue

14a) Eduard (Glött 19 Feb 1835-d.from a fall from a horse at Pinka Mindzent, Hungary 23 May 1872)

15a) Fidelis (Glött 8 Feb 1836-Glött 24 May 1884)

16a) Amalia (Glött 4 May 1837-Dillingen 5 Mar 1918)

17a) Therese (Glött 2 Jan 1839-Dillingen 15 Jun 1854)

18a) Emma (Glött 17 Jul 1840-Dillingen 11 Feb 1902)

19a) Wilhelm (Glött 14 Feb 1843-Dillingen 3 Mar 1889)


The members of this line bear the title Graf or Gräfin Fugger von Babenhausen (Illustrious Highness).

KARL Georg Ferdinand Jakob Maria Fst Fugger von Babenhausen (Klagenfurt 15 Mar 1861-Klagenfurt 5 Jul 1925); m.Vienna 8 Jan 1887 Eleonore Pss zu Hohenlohe-Bartenstein (Bartenstein 4 Oct 1864-Vienna 1 Mar 1935)

1a) Friederike Maria Karoline Henriette Rosa Sabina Franziska Pauline (Klagenfurt 27 Oct 1887-Vienna 4 Jul 1949); m.Vienna 27 Oct 1908 Sir Adrian Carton de Wiart (Brussels 5 May 1880-Killinardrish, Ireland 5 Jun 1963)

2a) GEORG Konstantin Heinrich Carl Fst Fugger von Babenhausen (Ödenburg 24 Jul 1889-Schloß Wellenburg 1 Aug 1934); m.Berlin 10 Feb 1914 Elisabeth Gfn von Plessen (Sierhagen 8 Jul 1891-Augsburg 26 Aug 1976)

1b) FRIEDRICH CARL Georg Maria Fst Fugger von Babenhausen (Potsdam 26 Nov 1914-Wellenburg 22 Dec 1979); m.Sturefors, Sweden 10 Oct 1942 Gunilla Gfn Bielke (b.Vist 8 Jul 1919)

1c) Carl-Anton Maria, renounced his rights 23 Dec 1970 and took the name "Gf Fugger-Babenhausen de Polignac" 27 Mar 1979 (b.Babenhausen 10 Dec 1944); m.(civ) Biberbach 18 Aug 1975 (rel) Paris 20 Sep 1975 (div 1988) Hélène Pss de Polignac (b.Mouchamps 1 Oct 1944)

1d) Marie-Yolande Jeanne Elisabeth Gräfin Fugger-Babenhausen de Polignac (b.Boulogne-Billancourt 9 Aug 1979); m.Chemillé 27 Sep 2008 Constantin Rinn of Smailholm

2d) Pierre-Edmond Hector Gabriel Gf Fugger-Babenhausen de Polignac (b.Boulogne-Billancourt 12 Feb 1981)

2c) HUBERTUS Viktor Fst Fugger von Babenhausen (b.Augsburg 23 Nov 1946); m.Öttingen (civ) 10 Oct 1977 (rel) 22 Oct 1977 Alexandra Pss zu Oettingen-Oettingen u.Oettingen-Spielberg (b.Öttingen 9 Oct 1948)

1d) Franziska Victoria Elisabeth Maria (b.Memmingen 12 Apr 1979); m.Buenos Aires 13 Dec 2003 Gonzalo Cazenave

2d) Leopold Sebastian Ferdinand Alois Maria (b.Augsburg 14 May 1980); m.Amorbach 25 Aug 2007 Anina Kammer (b.São Paulo 2 Sep 1978)

1e) Josepha (bap 24 Jul 2011)

3d) Alexander Emanuel Josef Ernst Markus Maria (b.Augsburg 21 Nov 1981)

4d) Anastasia Jasmin Katharina Maria (b.Palm Beach, Florida 2 Jul 1986)

5d) Nikolaus Franz Anselm Dominikus Maria (b.28 Feb 1993)

3c) Markus Albrecht Maria (b.Augsburg 15 Mar 1950)

4c) Johannes Anselm Maria (b.Augsburg 20 Dec 1957); m.(civ) Babenhausen 10 Dec 1982 (rel) Trauchburg 15 Jan 1983 (div 2010) Marie Elisabeth Pss von Lobkowicz (b.South Bend, Indiana 2 Jan 1961)

1d) Constantin Franziskus Anselm Maria (b.Munich 23 Jul 1986)

2d) Philipp Georg Rudolf Maria (b.Berlin 14 Nov 1988)

3d) Georgina Marina Huberta Maria (b.Frankfurt 21 Jun 1995)

5c) Tatiana Elisabeth Sibylle Maria (b.Augsburg 20 Nov 1959); m.Babenhausen (civ) 20 Sep 1986 (rel) 13 Dec 1986 Hubertus Frhr Rukavina von Vidovgrad (b.Buenos Aires 17 Dec 1949)

2b) Marie Louise Eleonore Elisabeth Caroline (Potsdam 8 Dec 1916-Augsburg 18 Sep 1993); m.(civ) Bergheim 27 Sep 1940 (rel) Wellenburg 28 Sep 1940 Wilhelm von Hagen (Belgard, Pomerania 2 Dec 1912-d.Gotenhafen 16 Mar 1945 of wounds received in action)

3a) Sylvia-Maria (Enzersdorf 8 May 1892-Vienna 13 Apr 1949); m.Schloß Wellenburg 7 Jan 1925 Friedrich Gf zu Münster Frhr von Grothaus (Bad Homburg vor der Höhe 20 Jun 1891-Berlin 7 Jan 1942)

4a) Leopold Heinrich Carl Friedrich Maria (Oldenburg 18 Jul 1893-Hamburg 8 Jul 1966); m.Vienna 23 Feb 1924 (div 1936) Vera Gfn Czernin von und zu Chudenitz (Munich 4 Jun 1904-Kirkwood, Missouri 18 Sep 1959)

1b) Eleonore Vera Alexia Anna Maria (Babenhausen 31 Jan 1925-Munich 19 Dec 1992); m.1st Mittelberg, Kleines Walsertal am Vorarlberg 14 Feb 1946 (div 1959) Robert Bee (b.New York 2 Sep 1918); m.2d Munich (civ) 20 Jan 1961 (rel) 31 Jan 1961 Burchard Pr of Prussia (Potsdam 8 Jan 1917-Hof bei Salzburg 12 Aug 1988)

1c) Sylvia Rose Marie Elisabeth Bee, b.New York 4 Mar 1947

2c) Robert Joseph Leonhard Rudolf Bee, b.New York 3 Apr 1948

3c) Victoria Ann Bee, b.New York 6 Mar 1951; m.Munich 15 Sep 1973 Pr Georg of Hannover (b.Salem 9 Dec 1949)

2b) Rudolf Carl Maria (Babenhausen 1 Jan 1927-Bombay 8 Mar 1984); m.1st Milan 8 Sep 1949 (div 1956) Maria Teresa Angela Crespi (b.Cremona 20 Jul 1922); m.2d Geneva 16 Nov 1958 (div 1965) Maria Leila Duarte (Karachi 8 Sep 1929-Lausanne 27 Jul 1999)

1c) Maria Isabella (Milan 15 Jun 1950-Chamonix 8 Dec 1980); m.Munich 25 Sep 1971 Cte Vittorio Fracassi Ratti Mentone dei Marchesi di Torre Rassano (b.Turin 20 Dec 1940)

2c) Christiane Vera Rani (Geneva 18 Jan 1960-24 Apr 2009)

3c) Patricia Elisabeth Sylvia Munira (b.Geneva 3 Aug 1961)

4c) Alexandra Maria Sophie (b.St.Gallen 1 Dec 1964)

3b) Rose Marie Therese (Babenhausen 26 Dec 1927-Munich 17 Sep 1999)

4b) Sylvia Theresia Karolina Maria (Munich 19 May 1931-Hamburg 11 Feb 1995); m.Munich (civ) 18 May 1961 (rel) 19 May 1961 (div 1981) Friedrich Kristinus (Vienna 28 Jul 1913-Hamburg 11 Feb 1995)

5a) Maria Theresia Karolina Gigina (Vienna 1 Mar 1899-Starnberg 28 Jun 1994); m.Babenhausen 1 Aug 1921 Heinrich Fst von Hanau (Söcking 27 Dec 1900-Munich 12 Oct 1971)

6a) Helene (Vienna 21 Jun 1908-Babenhausen 1915)


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