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Mediatised House of Furstenberg
House of Furstenberg
Fürstenberg is the name of a noble house in Germany, based primarily in southern Baden-Württemberg. The family derives its name from the fortified town of the line's founder, Count Heinrich von Fürstenberg, today part of Hüfingen. Numerous members of the family haven risen to prominence over the centuries as soldiers, churchmen, diplomats, and academics - one was even a famous fashion designer. Sometimes the name is Gallicized as de Furstenberg or Anglicized as Furstenberg. 

Notable members of the House of Fürstenberg

  • Henry III of Fürstenberg (d. 1366)
  • Henry IV of Fürstenberg (d. 1408?)
  • Frederick IV of Fürstenberg (1563-1617)
  • Ernst Egon VIII, Count of Fürstenberg (1588-1635), son of Friedrich V
  • Franz Egon von Fürstenberg (1625-1682); general, Bishop of Strasbourg 1663-1682
  • Wilhelm Egon von Fürstenberg (1629-1704), Bishop of Strasbourg 1682-1704
 First Prince

The first Fürst zu Fürstenberg, Joseph Wilhelm Ernst, was born 12 January 1699. He was the second son of Prosper Ferdinand, Count Fürstenberg, killed at the Landau on 21 November 1704 during the War of the Spanish Succession, and his wife Sophia, Countess Königsegg-Rothenfels (1674-1727). On 2 February 1716, Joseph Wilhelm Ernst was raised to princely status. He married in 1723 to the Countess (Gräfin) Maria Anna von Waldstein und Wartenberg (22 February 1707-12 November 1756). After her death in 1756, he married in 1761 to Maria Anna Countess (Gräfin) von der Wahl (born 22 September 1736 - 21 March 1808). He died in Vienna, 29 April 1762.

There was no issue from his second marriage. From his first marriage, he had eight children:

  1. Joseph Wenzel Johann Nepomuk, Prague 21 March 1728  - Donaueschingen 2 June 1783
  2. Karl Borromäus Egon, Prague, 7 May 1729  - Prague 11 July 1787. He married on 25 June 1753 to the Countess (Gräfin) Maria Josepha von Sternberg (24 June 1735  - 16 January 1803).
  3. Prosper Maria, 26 March 1735  - 20 April 1735
  4. Marie Eleonore, 15 December 1726  - 16 December 1726
  5. Maria Augusta Josepha, an abbess in Hradcany (1731 - 1770)
  6. Marie Henriette Josepha, born in Prague 31 March 1732 and died in Regensburg 4 June 1772. Married in Regensburg to Alexander Ferdinand, 3rd Prince of Thurn and Taxis(1704 - 1773)
  7. Maria Emanuela Sophie (nun), Prague, 25 December 1733 - 28 March 1776
  8. Maria Theresia Josepha (nun), Prague, 4 September 1736 - 8 May 1774

Second Prince

Joseph Wenzel Johann Nepomuk was the first son of the first prince. He was born in Prague, Prague 2 March 1728, and died at Donaueschingen 2 June 1783; he married 21 July 1748 to the Countess (Gräfin) Maria Josepha von Waldbburg und Trauchburg (30 March 1731  - 7 May 1782).

They had seven children:

  1. Johann Nepomuck Joseph, 7 July 1755  - 6 October 1755
  2. Joseph Maria Benedikt Karl, third Fürst zu Fürstenberg, 9 January 1758, died at Donaueschingen 24 June 1796; married in Hechingen 1778 to Maria Antonia von Hohenzollern-Hechingen (10 November 1760  - 25 July 1797)
  3. Karl Alexander, 11 September 1760, 19 February 1761
  4. Karl Egon Maria, 5 June 1762, 20 February 1771
  5. Karl Joachim Aloys Franz de Paula, 31 March 1771  - 17 May 1804.
  6. Josepha Johanna Benedikta, 14 November 1756  - 2 October 1809; married at Donaueschingen 1779 to Philipp Nerius Maria zu Fürstenberg, oldest surviving son of her uncle, Karl Borromäus Egon
  7. Maria Anna Josepha, 5 April 1759 - 26 June 1759

Third Prince

The death in infancy of the eldest son of the second prince placed Joseph Maria Benedikt Karl in the line of direct inheritance as the second son of Joseph Wenzel Johann Nepomuk. He married in Hechingen 1778 to the Princess Maria Antonia von Hohenzollern-Hechingen (10 November 1760  - 25 July 1797). He died at Donaueschingen on 24 June 1796 without issue. The title passed to the next eldest sons of the second prince. Both of those boys, Karl Alexander and Karl Egon Marie had died in infancy and childhood, respectively (1761 and 1771).

Fourth Prince

Karl Joachim Aloys Franz de Paula, became the fourth Fürst zu Fürstenberg, He married in 1796 the Landgravina Karoline Sophie zu Fürstenberg (20 August 1777,  - 25 February 1846). Their shared ancestor was Prosper Ferdinand, Count Fürstenberg, who had been killed at Landau in 1704. Karl Joachim Aloys died in 1803 without issue. There were no more surviving males of the first prince's eldest son. The title passed to the line of the second son.

Title moves to cadet (junior) branch

Karl Borromäus Egon, the second son of the first prince, had died in 1788. He had married in 1750 to Countess (Gräfin) Maria Josepha von Sternberg (1735  - 1803). They had three sons.

  1. Joseph Maria Wenzel (1754 - 1759) died in childhood.
  2. Philipp Nerius Maria 21 October 1755 - 5 June 1790; married in 1779 at Donaueschingen to Josepha Johanna Benedikta von Fürstenberg (14 November 1756  - 2 October 1809). They had one son and two daughters. The son, Karl Gabriel Maria Joseph, born on 2 February 1785, died in Prague on 13 December 1799.
  3. Karl Aloys zu Fürstenberg, born 26 June 1760.

Karl Aloys zu Fürstenberg married in Prague to his cousin Princess Elisabetha Alexandrina von Thurn und Taxis (30 November 1767  - 21 July 1822). They had five children:

  1. Karl Egon, succeeded his cousin as Fifth Fürst zu Fürstenberg 17.5.1804, died on 22 October 1854. Married in Karlsruhe 19 April 1818 Amalie von Baden (1795  - 1869)
  2. Marie Leopoldine, born in Prague, 4 September 1791. Married Karl Albrecht zu Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst. Died in Kupferzell 10 January 1844.
  3. Maria Joseph, born and died 9 September 1792
  4. Antonie 28 October 1794  - 1 October 1799
  5. Maria Anna (1798  - 1799

On 25 March 1799 Karl Aloys was killed at the Battle of Stockach. His nephew died in December 1799. Consequently, when his cousin, Karl Joachim Aloys Franz de Paula, died, his own son, Karl Egon, became the fifth Prince (Fürst).

Modern notable members of the House of Fürstenberg

  • Egon von Fürstenberg (1946 - 2004), fashion designer
  • Ira von Fürstenberg (1940-) socialite, actress
  • Karel Schwarzenberg (1937-) diplomat
  • Tatiana von Fürstenberg (1971-) rock singer, film maker
  • Alexander von Furstenberg (1970-) businessman
  • Alexandra von Furstenberg (1972-) image director for DvF  
The Titles and Styles of the Princely House 

The members of this family bear the title Prince or Princess zu Fürstenberg together with the formal appellation of His or Her Serene Highness. 
The Genealogy of The Princely House 
Karl Joseph Aloys Pr zu Fürstenberg (26 Jun 1760-k.a.Lipingen 25 Mar 1799); m.Prague 4 Nov 1790 Elisabetha Alexandrina Pss von Thurn u.Taxis (Regensburg 30 Nov 1767-21 Jul 1822)

1a) Marie Leopoldine (Prague 4 Sep 1791-Kupferzell 10 Jan 1844); m.Heiligenberg 20 May 1813 Karl Albrecht Fst zu Hohenlohe-Waldenburg-Schillingsfürst (Vienna 29 Feb 1776-Bad Mergentheim 15 Jun 1843)

2a) Maria Josepha (b.and d.9 Sep 1792)

3a) Antonie (28 Oct 1794-1 Oct 1799)


4a) KARL EGON II, succeeded his cousin as Fürst zu Fürstenberg 17 May 1804 (Prague 28 Oct 1796-Bad Ischl 22 Oct 1854); m.19 Apr 1818 Amalie Christine Karoline Pss of Baden (Karlsruhe 26 Jan 1795-Karlsruhe 14 Sep 1869)

1b) Marie Elisabeth Luise Karoline Amalie Leopoldine Wilhelmine Maximiliane (Donaueschingen 15 Mar 1819-Donaueschingen 9 Apr 1897)


2b) KARL EGON III Leopold Maria Wilhelm Max Fst zu Fürstenberg (Donaueschingen 4 Mar 1820-Paris 15 Mar 1892); m.Greiz 4 Nov 1844 Elisabeth Henriette Pss Reuss, Ä.L. (Greiz 23 Mar 1824-Berlin 7 May 1861)

1c) Amélie Karoline Gasparine Leopoldine Henriette Luise Elisabeth Franziska Maximiliane (Schaffhausen 25 May 1848-Baden-Baden 8 Mar 1918)

2c) KARL EGON IV Maria Friedrich Emil Caspar Heinrich Wilhelm Camill Max Ludwig Viktor Fst zu Fürstenberg (Kruschowitz 25 Aug 1852-Château de Bruttan, nr Nice 27 Nov 1896); m.Sagan 6 Jul 1881 Dorothée de Talleyrand-Périgord (Valençay 17 Nov 1862-Paris 17 Jun 1948)

3b) Maria Amalie Sophie Wilhelmine Christine Caroline Eulalie (Donaueschingen 12 Feb 1821-Schloß Rauden 17 Jan 1899); m.Donaueschingen 19 Apr 1845 Viktor, Duke von Ratibor u.Fst von Corvey, Pr zu Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst (Langenburg 10 Feb 1818-Schloß Rauden 30 Jan 1893)

4b) Maximilian Egon I Christian Karl Johann Nepomuk Fst zu Fürstenberg, Haupt der Sekondogenitur Pürglitz (Donaueschingen 29 Mar 1822-Lána bei Pürglitz 27 Jul 1873); m.Vienna 23 May 1860 Leontine Gfn von Khevenhüller-Metsch (Vienna 25 Feb 1843-Strobl 9 Aug 1914)


1c) MAXIMILIAN EGON II Christian Carl Aloys Emil Leo Richard Anton Fst zu Fürstenberg (Lána 13 Oct 1863-Heiligenberg 11 Aug 1941); m.Vienna 19 Jun 1889 Irma Gfn von Schönborn-Buchheim (Vienna 19 May 1867-Heiligenberg 10 Oct 1948)


1d) KARL EGON V Maximilian Maria Emil Leo Erwin Franziskus Xaver Johannes v.d.Pf. Wenzeslaus Hubertus Fst u.Ldgf zu Fürstenberg (Vienna 6 May 1891-Munich 23 Sep 1973); m.Vienna 26 Apr 1921 Franziska Gfn von Nostitz-Rieneck (Prague 28 Mar 1902-Munich 20 May 1961)

2d) Leontine Irma Maximiliane Egona Elisabeth Aktinea Wenzeslavia Huberta (Lána 16 Jun 1892-Rome 7 Oct 1979); m.Donaueschingen 26 Nov 1912 Hugo Fst zu Windisch-Grätz (Haasberg 30 Jul 1887-Trieste 26 May 1959)

3d) Anna (Lána 19 Apr 1894-Freiburg 19 Aug 1928); m.Heiligenberg 16 Aug 1913 Franz Fst von Khevenhüller-Metsch (Vienna 3 Dec 1889-Niederosterwitz 31 Jan 1977)


4d) Maximilian Egon Maria Erwin Leo Franziskus Amos Wenzeslaus Hubertus (Prague 31 Mar 1896-Donaueschingen 6 Apr 1959); m.Wechselburg 18 Jan 1921 Wilhelmine Gfn von Schönburg-Glauchau (Glauchau 17 Oct 1902-Biberach an der Riß 25 Sep 1964)

1e) Maria Josepha Egona Sophia Wilhelmine Joachima Maximiliane Friederike (b.Werenwag 23 Apr 1922); m.Donaueschingen 27 Feb 1943 Günther Gf von Hardenberg (Schwedt an der Oder 14 Feb 1918-Baden-Baden 19 Jan 1985)

1f) Hubertus Maximilian Gf von Hardenberg, b.Donaueschingen 1 Jun 1944; m.1st Baden-Baden 1 Jun 1977 (div 1985) Monica Lindner (b.Heidelberg 24 Jun 1948); m.2d Baden-Baden 6 Dec 1999 Mercedes Parra Gallardo (b.Barcelona 7 Sep 1952)

2f) Christa-Maria Ines Gfn von Hardenberg, b.Werenwag 13 May 1945; m.1st Baden-Baden 9 May 1970 (div 1982) Georg Frhr von Hornstein (b.Grüningen an der Donau 11 May 1943); m.2d 17 Mar 1995 Hans Clarin (b.Wilhelmshaven 14 Sep 1929)

3f) Beatrice Wilhelmine Paula Gfn von Hardenberg, b.Donaueschingen 28 Jun 1947; m.Baden-Baden 7 Jul 1973 Francisco de Borbon y Escasany, Duque de Sevilla (b.Madrid 1943)

2e) JOACHIM EGON Maximilian Friedrich Leo Joseph Maria Hubertus Fst zu Fürstenberg (Schloß Grund 28 Jun 1923-Donaueschingen 9 Jul 2002); m.Königseggwald 25 Jun 1947 Paula Gfn zu Königsegg-Aulendorf (b.Aulendorf 22 May 1925)

1f) Amelie-Egona Maria Huberta Maximiliane Georgine Ricarda Joachima Pauline Eusebia (b.Donaueschingen 3 Apr 1948)

2f) Marie-Antoinette Egona Maximiliane Wilhelmine Huberta Sophie Eusebia Joachime Pauline Elisabeth (b.Donaueschingen 15 May 1949); m.1st Donaueschingen 16 Apr 1977 (div 1980) Johannes Gf von Schönborn-Wiesentheid (b.Würzburg 3 Jul 1949); m.2d Pöcking 15 Dec 1980 (rel) Stühlingen 7 Apr 1999 Thomas Baugast (b.Berlin 12 Jul 1941)

3f) HEINRICH Maximilian Egon Karl Joachim Paul Felix Konrad Hubertus Eusebius Leo Maria Wilhelm Friedrich Alexius Martin Fst zu Fürstenberg (b.Schloß Heiligenberg 17 Jul 1950); m.Rome 9 Oct 1976 (rel) Sant'Angelo d'Alife 11 Nov 1976 Maximiliane Pss zu Windisch-Grätz (b.Trieste 16 Nov 1952)

1g) Christian Joachim Maximilian Egon Hugo Eusebius Maria Hubertus (b.Donaueschingen 22 Nov 1977)

2g) Antonius Hugo Egon (b.Starnberg 14 Jun 1985)

4f) Karl-Egon Friedrich Maximilian Wilhelm Eusebius Maria Hubertus Leo (b.Donaueschingen 3 Apr 1953)

5f) Johannes Joseph Wilhelm Ernst Eduard Egon Eusebius Hubertus Maria Maximilian Bernhard Pr u.Ldgf zu Fürstenberg, adopted by Fst u.Ldgf Karl Egon V, he inherited the Fürstenberg Landgrafschaft of Weitra (b.Villingen 15 Apr 1958); m.1st (civ) Freilassing 28 Feb 1985 (rel) Vienna 11 Dec 1985 (div) Veronika Paul (b.Kettwig 15 Sep 1948); m.2d Gmund am Tegernsee 30 May 1996 Stephanie Heiden (b.Munich 31 May 1961)

1g) Vincenz Heinrich Egon Joachim Gottfried Hubertus Maria Erwein (b.Vienna 16 Mar 1985)

2g) Ludwig Maximilian Anton Egon Albrecht Joachim Hubertus Maria (b.Munich 28 Dec 1997)

3g) Johann-Christian Egon Theodor Gerhard Hubertus Maria (b.Weitra 30 Apr 1999)

6f) Anna Lucia Egona Eusebia Huberta Ines Paula Joachima Wilhelmine Maximiliane (b.Villingen 3 Nov 1965); m.Stühlingen 19 Feb 1994 James Giraldo (b.New York 4 Oct 1964)

3e) Friedrich Maximilian Egon Hubertus Joseph Maria Karl Anna (Schloß Wechselburg 26 Jul 1926-Vienna 2 Nov 1969); m.(civ) Kloten bei Zurich 9 Apr 1960 Teresa Pss zur Lippe (b.Vienna 21 Jul 1925)

1f) Teresa Sophie Antoinette (b.Vienna 18 Nov 1960); m.1st St.Moritz 4 Mar 1989 (rel) Schloß Werenwag 14 May 1989 (div 2002) Angelo Bucarelli (b.Rome 9 Apr 1952); m.2d St.Moritz 26 Oct 2002 Giancarlo Borsetti

2f) Maximilian Joachim Alfred Egon Karl Hubertus Maria Leo (b.Vienna 27 May 1962); m.(civ) Jagtshausen 16 Dec 1991 (rel) Schöntal 2 May 1992 Diana Frn von Berlichingen (b.Koblenz 9 Oct 1965)

1g) Clarissa Anna Lucia Katherina Teresa Alexandra Maria (b.Freiburg 18 Feb 1993)

2g) Friedrich Götz Constantin Christian Maximilian Hubertus Maria (b.Freiburg 8 Apr 1995)

3g) Alina Louisa Mafalda Virginia Astrid Birgit Maria (b.Zürich Feb 2001)

3f) Katarina Maria Josepha Egona Elisabeth (Zürich 19 Nov 1966-London 16 Jan 1992)

4e) Karl Egon Franziskus Anna Maria Hubertus Friedrich (Prague 17 Sep 1928-Como 10 Jan 1952)

5e) Sophie Antoinette Oktavia Benedikta Wilhelmine Maria Egona Huberta (Tübingen 10 Feb 1934-Munich 14 Jan 1991); m.Donaueschingen (civ) 28 Jun 1954 (rel) 1 Jul 1954 (div 1967) Constantin Gf von Berckheim (Mannheim 20 Sep 1924-Weinheim an der Bergstrasse 6 Oct 1984)

5d) Friedrich Eduard (Donaueschingen 27 Apr 1898-k.a.nr Harja, Romania 31 Dec 1916)

2c) Karl Emil Egon Anton Maximilian Leo Wratislaw (Prague 16 Feb 1867-Strobl am Wolfgangsee 21 Feb 1945); m.Keszthely 23 Jul 1902 Maria Gfn Festetics von Tolna (Baden-Baden 24 May 1881-Strobl 2 Mar 1953)

1d) Tassilo Egon Maria Karl Georg Leo (Brussels 20 Jun 1903-Strobl 15 Jul 1989); m.1st Turin 19 Nov 1938 (div) Claire Agnelli (b.Turin 7 Apr 1920); m.2d Paris 17 Oct 1975 Cecilie Blaffer (Houston 17 Dec 1919-Bahamas 17 Nov 2006)

1e) Virginia (Ira) Carolina Theresa Pancrazia Galdina (b.Rome 18 Apr 1940); m.1st Venice (civ) 17 Sep 1955 (rel) 21 Sep 1955 (div 1960, annulled 1969) Alfonso Pr zu Hohenlohe-Langenburg (Madrid 29 May 1924-Marbella 21 Dec 2003); m.2d (civ) Reno, Nevada 12 Jan 1961 (div 1964) Francisco Pignatari (1916-São Paulo Oct 1977)

2e) Eduard Egon Peter Paul Giovanni (Lausanne 29 Jun 1946-Rome 11 Jun 2004); m.1st Montfort-l'Amaury 16 Jul 1969 (div) Diane Halfin (b.Brussels 31 Dec 1946); m.2d 1983 Lynn Marshall

1f) Alexandre Egon (b.New York 25 Jan 1970); m.New York 28 Oct 1995 Alexandra Miller (b.New York 8 Oct 1972)

1g) Talita Natasha (b.7 May 1999)

2g) Tassilo [Liam?] (b.New York 26 Aug 2001)

2f) Tatiana Desirée (b.New York 16 Feb 1971); m.Russell Steinberg

3e) Sebastian Egon Rainer Maria Timotheus (b.Lausanne 24 Jan 1950); m.Hof bei Salzburg 28 Sep 1972 Elisabetta Guarnati (b.Riva 19 Jun 1951)

1f) Virginia Maria Clara (b.Genoa 5 Oct 1974); m.1992 Baron Alexandre Csillaghy de Pacsér

2d) Antonie Leontine Amelie Marie (Brussels 12 Jan 1905-Vienna 24 Dec 1988); m.Prague 30 Jun 1934 Karl Fst zu Schwarzenberg (Cimelitz 5 Jul 1911-Vienna 9 Apr 1986)

3d) Maria (Vienna 29 Nov 1907-Davos 24 Feb 1945)

4d) Karoline (Vienna 19 Nov 1912-Strobl 26 Jul 1930)

5d) Georg Egon Hubertus Karl Wolfgang (b.Strobl 3 Aug 1923); m.1st Öblarn (civ) 10 Sep 1960 (rel) 11 Sep 1960 (div 1965) Christina Gfn von Colloredo-Mannsfeld (b.Prague 19 Dec 1940); m.2d Korneuburg (civ) 1 Aug 1978 (div 1997) Victoria Taves Pullen (b.Rio de Janeiro 23 Mar 1957)

1e) Diega Katharina Berta Anna Marie (Vienna 12 Dec 1961-Danzig 2 Jan 1975)

2e) Leonhard Josef Karl Emil Egon Wilhelm (Vienna 10 Feb 1964-19__)

5b) Marie Henriette Eleonore Sophie (16 Jul 1823-Vienna 19 Sep 1834)

6b) Emil Egon Maximilian Friedrich Carl Leopold Wilhelm Franz (Donaueschingen 12 Sep 1825-Leontinenschloß bei Pürglitz 15 May 1899); m.Prague 31 May 1875 Leontine Gfn von Khevenhüller-Metsch (Vienna 25 Feb 1843-Strobl 9 Aug 1914)

1c) Emil Egon Karl Leo Max (Lána 13 Jan 1876-Vienna 3 Sep 1964); m.Vienna 28 Feb 1922 Margarethe Gfn von Gecmen-Waldek (Prague 9 Jul 1904-Vienna 1 Dec 1988)

1d) Leontine Elisabeth Maria Emilie Vincenzia (b.Klafterbrunn, Lower Austria 23 Apr 1924); m.(civ) St.Gilgen bei Salzburg (rel) Strobl 16 Sep 1945 (div 1958) Donat Oswald Frhr Praetorius v.Richthofen (Berlin 8 Mar 1920-Wartenberg 14 Jan 1999)

2d) Emil Egon Karl Joseph Hubertus Vincenz (Klafterbrunn 18 Mar 1927-Boston, Massachusetts 27 Apr 1967)

3d) Amelie Maria Margarethe Emilie Vincenzia Josefa (b.Bad Ischl 12 Nov 1945); m.Vienna 19 Apr 1969 Augustin d'Aboville (b.Brouay 8 Jun 1937)

2c) Elisabeth (Lána 31 May 1878-Rome 10 Mar 1939); m.Lána 6 May 1905 Karl Altgf zu Salm-Reifferscheidt-Raitz (Hietzing 12 Jan 1871-Vienna 29 Jun 1927)

3c) Amalie (Lána 17 Mar 1884-Munich 18 Feb 1929); m.1st Bradek 14 Jul 1908 (div) Gustav von Koczian; m.2d Munich 23 May 1917 Gustav Scanzoni von Lichtenfels (Schloß Zinneberg 3 Oct 1885-Rottach-Egern 13 Nov 1977)

7b) Pauline Wilhelmine Karoline Amalie (Donaueschingen 11 Jun 1829-Slawentzitz 3 Aug 1900); m.Donaueschingen 15 Apr 1847 Hugo Fst zu Hohenlohe-Oehringen (Stuttgart 27 May 1816-Slawentzitz 23 Aug 1897)

5a) Maria Anna (17 Sep 1798-18 Jul 1799)

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