Eberhard III of Württemberg der Milde (the Clement) (1364 – 16 May 1417, Göppingen), ruled from 1392-1417 as the Count of Württemberg, then a part of the Holy Roman Empire. [ 1 ] Contents
Eberhard III, Duke of Württemberg (16 December 1614 in Stuttgart – 2 July 1674 in Stuttgart) ruled as Duke of Württemberg from 1628 until his death in 1674.. Eberhard III became the heir under guardianship in 1628 during the Thirty Years War at the age of 14 after the death of his father, Johann Frederick, 7th Duke of Württemberg.
Eberhard III, Count of Wurttemberg, 1344–1392 the Contender; Earcongota of Kent the Holy Virgin, daughter of Eorcenberht, King of Kent, 640–664; Eberhard I, Count of Wurttemberg, 1279–1325 the Noble, the Illustrious; Eberhard I, Duke of Württemberg the Bearded, im Bart
Eberhard III, Count of Württemberg (331 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article the victory against the Schlegel-Gesellschaft in 1395 near Heimsheim. Eberhard's most significant territorial acquisition was the county of Mömpelgard
The House of Urach is a morganatic cadet branch of the formerly royal House of Württemberg.Although the Württemberg dynasty was one of many reigning over small realms in Germany into the 20th century, and despite the fact that marital misalliance in these dynasties usually disinherited the descendants thereof, the Dukes of Urach unusually managed to elicit consideration for candidacy for the ...
Eberhard IV of Württemberg (23 August 1388, Stuttgart – 2 July 1419, Waiblingen) was the ruling Count of Württemberg from 1417 until his death. Life. He was elder son of Count Eberhard III and Antonia Visconti. On 13 November 1397 he became engaged to Henriette of Mömpelgard.
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Georg (1626-99, to the left), Duke of Württemberg and Count of Mömpelgard (Montbéliard in nowadays France), was born on October 5, 1626, around noon, as a younger son in a minor branch of the German House of Württemberg. He was only 4 years old when his father, Ludwig Friedrich (1586-1631), died.
As Austria was short of experienced military commanders, Maria Theresa released Marshall Neipperg, who had been imprisoned by her father for his poor performance in the Turkish War. Neipperg took command of the Austrian troops in March. The Austrians suffered a crushing defeat at the Battle of Mollwitz in April 1741. France drew up a plan to partition Austria between Prussia, Bavaria ...
Joachim Ernst of Württemberg (son of Eberhard III) 162. Joachim Friedrich, Elector of Brandenburg (d. 1608) 276. Johann Casimir, Elector Palatine (d. 1592) 137. Johann Friedrich, Duke of Württemberg (d. 1628) 148, 149–50. Johann Friedrich, Elector of Saxony (d. 1553) 262–3, 275. Johann Georg II, Elector of Saxony (d. 1680) 288