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Mediatized House of Pappenheim
House of Pappenheim
The masters of Pappenheim held the office of "Reichsmarschall" (imperial marshal). Georg I. (c. 1430-1485) founder of the Treuchtlingen line inherited the upper and town castle and the market town of Treuchtlingen from his brother and mother. One of Georg's grandsons, Ulrich, was the imperial marshal who brought Luther to the questioning before the emperor in Worms in 1531.

Marshal Hans Georg (1535-1568) established the Reformation in 1559 and his successor, Reichserbmarschall Veit (1535-1600) had the castle renovated in 1575. Through his second marriage Veit had a son, Gottfried Heinrich, who was born on the 8th June 1594 in Treuchtlingen castle who was to become a field marshal of the Holy Roman Empire in the Thirty Years' War.


The lordship went to Gottfried Heinrich's 14 year old son Wolfgang Adam (1618-1647). When he died during a duel the 200-year-old lordship of the Pappenheim-Treuchtlingen line ended. The Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach took over half of the castle and half of the market town as part of his fiefdom. He based his ownership of the second half of the castle on the fact that Gottfried Heinrich only paid back half of what he owed him. The last Margrave of Ansbach, Karl Alexander, abdicated in 1791 and gave his possessions to his relations the Brandenburgs and thus to the Prussian royal family. From 1806 on Treuchtlingen belonged to the newly founded kingdom of Bavaria. 

Gottfried Heinrich Graf zu Pappenheim
Gottfried Heinrich Graf zu Pappenheim (May 29, 1594 - November 17, 1632) was field marshal of the Holy Roman Empire in the Thirty Years' War.  Pappenheim was born at the little town of Pappenheim on the Altmühl, in Bavaria, the seat of a free lordship of the empire, from which the ancient family to which he belonged derived its name. He was educated at Altdorf and at Tübingen, and subsequently travelled in southern and central Europe, mastering the various languages, and seeking knightly adventures. His stay in these countries led him eventually to adopt the Roman Catholic faith (1614), to which he devoted the rest of his life. At the outbreak of the great war he abandoned the legal and diplomatic career on which he had embarked, and in his zeal for the faith took service in Poland and afterwards under the Catholic League.
He soon became a lieutenant-colonel, and displayed great courage and ability at the battle of the White Mountain near Prague (November 8, 1620), where he was left for dead on the field. In the following year he fought against Mansfeld in western Germany, and in 1622 became colonel of a regiment of cuirassiers. In 1623, as an ardent friend of Spain, the ally of his sovereign and the champion of his faith, he raised troops for the Italian war and served with the Spaniards in Lombardy and the Grisons. It was his long and heroic defence of the post of Riva on the Lake of Garda which first brought him conspicuously to the front.
In 1626 Maximilian I of Bavaria, the head of the League, recalled him to Germany and entrusted him with the suppression of a dangerous peasant rebellion which had broken out in Upper Austria. Pappenheim swiftly carried out his task, encountering a most desperate resistance, but always successful; and in a few weeks he had crushed the rebellion with ruthless severity (actions of Efferdingen, Gmünden, Vöcklabruck and Wolfsegg, 15-30 November 1626).
After this he served with Tilly against Christian IV of Denmark, and besieged and took Wolfenbüttel. His hope of obtaining the sovereignty and possessions of the evicted prince of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel was, after a long intrigue, definitely disappointed. In 1628 he was made a count of the empire. The siege and storm of Magdeburg followed, and Pappenheim, like Tilly, has been accused of the most savage cruelty in this transaction. But it is known that, disappointed of Wolfenbüttel, Pappenheim desired the profitable sovereignty of Magdeburg, and it can hardly be maintained that he deliberately destroyed a prospective source of wealth.
From a military point of view Pappenheim's conduct was excellent; his measures were skillful, and his personal valour, as always, conspicuous. So much could not be said of his tactics at the battle of Breitenfeld, the loss of which was not a little due to the impetuous cavalry general, who was never so happy as when leading a great charge of horse. The retreat of the imperialists from the lost field he covered, however, with care and skill, and subsequently he won great glory by his operations on the lower Rhine and the Weser in rear of the victorious army of Gustavus Adolphus. Much-needed reinforcements for the king of Sweden were constantly detained by Pappenheim's small and newly-raised force in the north-west.
His operations were far-ranging and his restless activity dominated the country from Stade to Kassel, and from Hildesheim to Maastricht. Being now a field marshal in the imperial service, he was recalled to join Wallenstein, and assisted the generalissimo in Saxony against the Swedes; but, was again despatched towards Cologne and the lower Rhine. In his absence a great battle became imminent, and Pappenheim was hurriedly recalled. He appeared with his horsemen in the midst of the battle of Lützen (November 16, 1632). His furious attack was for the moment successful. As Rupert at Marston Moor sought Cromwell as his worthiest opponent, so now Pappenheim sought Gustavus. At about the same time as the king was killed, Pappenheim received a mortal wound in another part of the field. He died later the same day or early the next morning en route to Leipzig, where his body was embalmed at the Pleissenburg fortress. 
The Titles and Styles of the House  

The present members of this family bear the title Graf or Gräfin zu Pappenheim, together with the formal appellation of His or Her Illustrious Highness.

The Genealogy of The House

Friedrich ALBERT Graf und Herr zu Pappenheim 26 Aug 1853 (18 Jul 1777-1 Jul 1860); m.Eichstätt 14 Dec 1814 Maria Antoinetta Franziska Kreszentia Eva Frn Taenzl von Tratzberg (6 Apr 1793-6 Apr 1861)

1a) LUDWIG Ferdinand Friedrich Carl Alexander Haupt Gf u.Hr zu Pappenheim (Eichstätt 5 Dec 1815-Munich 2 Aug 1883); m.Schloß Sans Souci, Potsdam 11 Jul 1854 Anastasia Katharina Gfn von Schlieffen (Berlin 9 Jan 1827-Pappenheim 22 Apr 1898)

1b) Hedwig Katharina Antoinette Albertine (1 Sep 1855-3 Dec 1919); m.28 Sep 1875 Kurt Gf von Haugwitz (d.14 Dec 1895)

2b) Maria Editha Ferdinande Antoinette (20 Sep 1857-23 Feb 1940)

3b) Katharina (Kathinka) Elisabeth Maximiliane Georgine (Pappenheim 1 Apr 1859-San Remo 6 Jan 1906); m.Ettal, Upper Bavaria 17 Oct 1883 Eberhard Gf von Haugwitz-Hardenberg-Reventlow (Carolath 21 Oct 1850-Korinth, Insel Fünen 20 Feb 1931)

4b) MAXIMILIAN Albrecht Karl Ludwig Friedrich Haupt Gf u.Hr zu Pappenheim, renounced his rights 1890/1 (Pappenheim 15 Feb 1860-Oberkirch 12 Aug 1920); m.30 Apr 1890 Mary Wistar Wheeler (Pembroke, Pennsylvania 13 Feb 1872-Helsingør 12 Aug 1945)

1c) Pauline Gfn von Pappenheim (Berlin 29 Jan 1891-London 15 Mar 1974); m.London 4 Mar 1919 Siegfried Gf Raben-Levetzau (Aalholm 20 Jan 1891-14 Jun 1965)

5b) Antoinette Marie Clementine Hermine Anastasia (8 Jan 1861-13 Nov 1946)

6b) LUDWIG Magnus Heinrich Carl Haupt Gf u.Hr zu Pappenheim (Pappenheim 10 Mar 1862-Pappenheim 5 Jun 1905); m.Baden-Baden 24 Apr 1896 Julie Gfn Rüdiger (Lublin 25 Jun 1868-Pappenheim 17 Jan 1950)

1c) LUDWIG Friedrich Karl Marie Franz Haupt Gf u.Hr zu Pappenheim (Berlin 8 Jun 1898-Pappenheim 23 Nov 1960); m.1st Marquartstein, Upper Bavaria 1 Jun 1922 Liutta Frn von Ribaupierre (Munich 19 Dec 1900-Erlangen 14 Mar 1959); m.2d (civ) Munich 7 Oct 1959 (rel) Bayreuth 21 Mar 1960 Elisabeth Popp (26 Jan 1903-Kreuth 31 Jul 1990)

1d) Joachim-Ludwig Heinrich Siegfried Haupt Erbgf zu Pappenheim (Pappenheim 24 Mar 1923-k.a.nr Caen 7 Jun 1944)

2d) Beatrix Julie Theodora Marie Mathilde (b.Pappenheim 12 Oct 1924); m.Pappenheim 7 Sep 1952 Kurt Frhr von Süßkind (St.Gallen, Switzerland 13 Mar 1904-Dennenlohe 22 Aug 1980)

3d) Ursula Rüdiger Antonie Nacka Sophie (b.Pappenheim 9 Apr 1926); m.Pappenheim (civ) 16 Apr 1949 (rel) 18 Apr 1949 Gert Gf von der Recke von Volmerstein (Kiel 22 Feb 1921-Pappenheim 17 Mar 1991); Ursula inherited the estate of Pappenheim, and her husband changed his name to "Gf v.der Recke-Volmerstein-Gf zu Pappenheim"

7b) Anastasia Alexandra Leontine Ludmilla (Pappenheim 9 Mar 1863-Assenheim 5 Jul 1904); m.Ettal 26 Oct 1892 Karl Franz Gf zu Solms-Rödelheim u.Assenheim (Assenheim 24 Sep 1893-Assenheim 9 Feb 1923)

8b) Edith (19 May 1864-20 Sep 1949)

2a) Karl Anton Friedrich Haupt (17 Dec 1816-14 Nov 1907)

3a) Gottfried Heinrich Friedrich Wilhelm (23 Dec 1817-13 Jun 1892)

4a) Alexander Joseph Friedrich Haupt (Schloß Dennenlohe 20 Mar 1819-Graz 6 Feb 1890); m.Iszka Szent-György 21 Sep 1865 Valerie Bss Bajzáht de Pészak (Stuhlweißenburg 17 Oct 1827-Iszka Szent-György 3 Jul 1920)

1b) Siegfried Alexander Viktor Ernst Haupt (Graz 12 Jan 1868-Iszka Szent-György 26 May 1936); m.Mentone 15 Jan 1903 Elisabeth Gfn Károlyi de Nagy-Károly (Budapest 17 May 1872-Munich 21 Mar 1954)

1c) Sibylla Julia Georgine Valerie Marie (Budapest 29 Nov 1903-Munich 13 Jun 1996); m.Iszka Szent-György 20 Sep 1924 Heinrich Baron von Manteuffel gen. Szoege (Kapsehden, Kurland 24 Feb 1893-d.an American prisoner at Salzburg 26 Feb 1946)

2c) ALEXANDER Julius Marquard Georg Michael Hadrian Haupt Gf u.Hr zu Pappenheim (Iszka Szent-György 3 Mar 1905-Salzburg 6 Apr 1995); m.1st Klausenburg 8 Feb 1941 (div 29 Apr 1957) Maria Zeyk de Zeykfalva (Mikefalva 10 Apr 1912-Salzburg 10 Oct 1974); m.2d Maria-Kirchenthal bei Lofer 20 Aug 1975 Eduarda Pss von und zu Liechtenstein (Salzburg 16 Oct 1903-Salzburg 13 Jul 2001)

1d) Maria-Nicolette Ilona Cecilia Erzsébet Georgine (b.Budapest 6 Dec 1941); m.Salzburg 29 Sep 1964 Michael Pössenbacher (b.Munich 11 Mar 1941)

2d) ALBERT Julius Joseph Alexander Siegfried Haupt Gf u.Hr zu Pappenheim (b.Budapest 21 Jan 1943)

3d) [Note: GHdA 2004, for the first time, lists this daughter] Elisabeth Henriette Hedwig Hildegard Cäcilia (b.Ried im Innkreis 10 Feb 1947, adopted 1957 by Falk Frhr v.Gagern); m.Vienna 16 Dec 1971 Günter Erb (Klagenfurt 15 Dec 1944-St.Moritz 19 Mar 1982)

3c) Maria Dorothea Geraldine Johanna Klara (Iszka Szent-György 29 May 1908-Munich 24 Sep 1991); m.Iszka Szent-György 20 Apr 1933 Clemens Gf von Schönborn-Wiesentheid (Munich 3 Apr 1905-Sofia 30 Aug 1944)

4c) Georg Eduard Paul Viktor Haupt (Parád 28 Jul 1909-Munich 15 Oct 1986); m.1st Jettingen, Swabia 24 Sep 1947 (annulled 1969, div 17 Dec 1970) Karin von Veltheim (Kloster Neuendorf 10 Jul 1913-5 Jul 2008); m.2d Munich 30 Dec 1970 Elisabeth Blankenburg (Potsdam 18 Mar 1924-Munich 16 Oct 2008)

1d) Alexander Maria Haupt (b.Schliersee 27 Aug 1948); m.Vienna (civ) 19 Sep 1977 (rel) 23 Oct 1977 Marie Christine Gfn von Hartig (b.Vienna 11 Nov 1950)

1e) Caroline Marie Gabriele Dorothea Elisabeth Catharina (b.Vienna 4 Aug 1978)

2e) Maria Elisabeth (Vienna 6 Feb 1980-Pappenheim 15 Mar 1980)

3e) Georg Heinrich Maria Otto Gotthard Haupt (b.Vienna 26 Jun 1981)

4e) Maria Theresia Gabriele Katharina Elisabeth (b.Vienna 15 Sep 1982)

5a) Hugo Konstantin Friedrich Haupt (6 Apr 1820-17 Mar 1842)

6a) Klemens Philipp Friedrich Albert Haupt (Würzburg 14 Dec 1822-Munich 8 Nov 1904); m.Pappenheim 8 Sep 1857 Hermine Gfn von Paumgarten (Leopoldskron bei Salzburg 28 Aug 1836-Munich 4 Oct 1914)

1b) Gottfried Heinrich Albert Haupt, renounced his rights 1913 and took the title Graf von Pappenheim-Rothenstein (Reichenhall 16 Sep 1858-Dresden 24 Feb 1944); m.29 Sep 1913 (div 1920) Gisela Miketta (Leobschütz 14 Mar 1879-Kreuth bei Tegernsee 15 May 1957)

2b) Alice Beatrix (4 Apr 1861-29 Mar 1934)

3b) Haupt Ludwig Friedrich Ernst (Tölz 16 Feb 1869-Munich 26 Jan 1954); m.Munich 11 Jan 1916 Ellinka Frn von Fabrice (Marseille 30 May 1875-Munich 19 Aug 1938)

7a) Maximilian Joseph Karl Friedrich (Dennenlohe 5 Sep 1824-Möhren 10 Jul 1906); m.Pappenheim 23 Oct 1860 Luise Katharine Gfn von Schlieffen (Berlin 23 Aug 1838-Pappenheim 12 Apr 1924)

1b) Albrecht Carl Ludwig Georg Ersinger (14 Aug 1861-25 Dec 1936); m.25 Dec 1888 Iphigenie Pss Ypsilanti (30 Jun 1869-27 Jul 1943)

2b) Friedrich Ferdinand Heinrich Wilhelm Haupt (Pappenheim 11 Dec 1863-Munich 26 Aug 1926); m.Berlin 26 Feb 1907 Irma Gfn von Kanitz (Berlin 12 May 1877-Treuchtlingen 6 Jul 1968)

1c) Maximilian Georg Albrecht Haupt (Munich 9 Jan 1908-Chailly-sur-Montreux 30 Apr 1995); m.1st Potsdam 14 Sep 1940 Hildegard Schulz (Diesdorf 8 Jan 1914-Baden-Baden 7 Feb 1973); m.2d (civ) Munich 21 Sep 1973 (rel) Baden-Baden 12 Oct 1973 Renata Rung (b.Bremen 4 Oct 1930)

1d) Michaela Irma (b.Munich 5 Jan 1942); m.Munich 3 Apr 1965 (div 11 Mar 1983) Otto Kurzendorfer (b.Munich 27 Jul 1937)

2d) Stephan Friedrich Georg Haupt (b.Würzburg 15 Mar 1944)

2c) Friedrich Ferdinand Karl Ludwig Haupt (Munich 21 Dec 1908-Munich 23 Dec 1999)

3c) Rudolf Heinrich Klemens Haupt (Munich 25 Dec 1910-Pappenheim 14 Feb 1999); m.(civ) Zürich 5 Aug 1955 (rel) Pappenheim 11 Aug 1955 Helen Elisabeth Bodmer (b.Zürich 4 Aug 1927)

1d) Isabella Dorothea Beatrice Alice Luisa (b.Washington 8 Dec 1956); m.1st (civ) Aarau 12 Jun 1981 (rel) Zürich 18 Jun 1981 (div 31 Aug 1990) Henry Erik Benteler (b.Göttingen 21 Oct 1952); m.2d Zürich 1 Sep 1995 (div 2008) Josef Wolfgang Kogler (b.Klagenfurt 13 Oct 1958)

2d) Alexandra Charlotte Brigitte Dorothea Ursula (b.Washington 29 Jul 1958)

3d) Stephanie Constance Beatrice Valerie Lucie (b.Washington 14 Jul 1960); m.Frankfurt 7 Jul 1999 Andreas Grunwald (b.Frankfurt 30 Mar 1965)

4d) Christian Rudolf Kield Gottfried Heinrich Haupt (b.Washington 28 Jun 1963); m.(civ) Pfäffikon 4 Sep 1991 (rel) Zürich 7 Sep 1991 (div 1993) Sophie Antoinette von Hoffmann (b.Baden-Baden 8 Jul 1966); m.2d Zürich 24 Sep 1998 Monika Bachmann (b.Zürich 11 Oct 1960)

1e) Lucie Alexandra Valerie Xenia Amelie (b.Zürich 31 Oct 2000)

2e) Lilly Stephanie Caroline Jenny Désirée (b.Zürich 17 Mar 2003)

4c) Iphigenie Luise Irma Editha Alice (Munich 3 Jun 1912-Santa Rosa, California 11 Aug 2006)

3b) Marie Anna (Munich 17 Oct 1865-Malton, England 1 Dec 1946); m.Munich 19 Jul 1887 Rudolph Gf von Rex (Dresden 23 Jan 1858-Vienna 22 Feb 1916)

8a) Therese Friederike (28 Oct 1825-4 Nov 1843)

9a) Blanka Friederike Anna (4 Jul 1827-11 Mar 1855)

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