The lake of Lauffen was created by Ulrich V, Count of Württemberg in 1454. In 1460 his troops were called upon to defend fishing and customs rights against Palatinate troops. However, the following year, the Palatinate Graf Friedrich gave an undertaking to stop attacks against various localities in Württemberg.
The Duchy of Württemberg was formed when, at the Diet of Worms, 21 July 1495, Maximilian I, King of the Romans and Holy Roman Emperor, declared the Count of Württemberg (German: Graf von Württemberg), Eberhard V "the Bearded," Duke of Württemberg (German: Herzog von Württemberg). This would be the last elevation to Dukedom of the Medieval era.
In 1343, ownership was transferred to the Count of Württemberg. In 1453, the Free Imperial City of Ulm purchased the town from Count Ulrich V, Count of Württemberg for 23,000 Gulden . When Ulm converted to Protestantism in 1531, Leipheim officially turned Protestant as well.
Regents of Württemberg. The county of Württemberg emerged in south western Germany when the tribal duchy of Swabia disintegrated during the 13 th century. 1441-1496 and 1617-1642 was Württemberg divided between different branches of the ruling dynasty.
May 29, 2012 · Ulrich / Udalrich von Argengau was born about 770 in Kraichgau (Within present Baden-Württemberg) (Present Germany), son of Gerold von Vinschgau and Emma Duchess von Alemannien. He was married about 825 TO ABT 830 in Europe to Susanne de Paris, they gave birth to 1 child. He died about 824 TO ABT 824 in Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald, Argengau (Present Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg) (Present ...
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Towards the end of the 15th century, Count Ulrich V began construction of a new suburb on the northeastern edge of the city around the Dominican monastery Hospitalkirche. In the 1457, the first Landtag of the Estates of Württemberg was established in Stuttgart and a similar institution was established in Leonberg.
Ulrich IV, Count of Württemberg (after 1315 – 1366) Ulrich von Jungingen (1360–1410), 26th Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights; Ulrich II, Count of Celje (1406–1456) Ulrich I, Count of East Frisia (1408–1466) Ulrich III von Nussdorf, Bishop of Passau (r. 1451–1479) Ulrich V, Count of Württemberg (1413–1480) Ulrich II, Duke of ...
Community Characteristics and Demographic Development: Three Württemberg Communities, 1558-1914 - 2009 - Working Paper
Ulrich V, Count of Württemberg (1413-80) was a nobleman who spent most of his life conducting military campaigns within what is now Germany. At this time, Germany was split into many states of varying size, which loosely came under the tenuous rule o
Genetic Genealogy: R emember back in 1994 When Daniel Merrick Ph.D. presented this picture to the web for the first time and talked about tracing family linage by DNA?