List And Brief History of the German States, Grand Duchies, Principalities, etc before 1806........Page I. Remmick-Hubert Site
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List And Brief History of the German States, Grand Duchies, Principalities, etc before 1806 continued......
Iller-Aichheim. Presently in ______ . Was represented by the Counts of von Rechberg-Roethenlowen, a Catholic family then later by the Counts von Limburg-Stirum. Vote to Reichritterschaft was cancelled (date not given).
Irrsee. Presently in Upper Austria near Salzburg and the border. Formerly a prelate nullius.
Iselstein. Presently in _____. Formerly a Grafschaft. Was "suppresssed" by Burgundy.... Taken by Netherlands.....
Isenburg (Ysenburg) Princes & Counts of (von). Estates held by this family were: Birstein, Buedlingen, Meerholz, Waechtersbach, Marienborn, and Boennstadt. They were members of the Wetterauische Grafenkolleg. During the Edict of Tolerance the estate of Isenburg-Buedingen became havens for those the following groups who suffered religious persecutions: Sektierer (Sectarians), Inspirierter (the Inspired), and the Herrnhuter (Morvaian Brethren). The two main branches were Isenbuarg-Buedingen and Isenburg-Birstein. The Birstein branch of this family were Catholic and all the other branches became Reform. After 1806 to 1815. (Napoleonic time period), their territories were a Reichbundstaat (imperial federated state). After 1815 the family was "mediatized" and their territories were taken itno the state of Hessen.
Note: The tombs of Heinrich von Isenburg (1551) is found in the church of Maria Himmelfahrt in Trier.
Isny. Presently in Kreis Wangen, Baden-Wuerttemberg. Formerly a Reichsstadt and prelate nullius. It was represented by Esslingen in the Protestant corpus at the Peace of Westpahlia (1648). In 1803 the territory became the Counts von Quadt-Wykradt... Note: Quadts were cousins to Trenck.... In 1806 it was taken into Wuerttemberg.
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