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The Hanau-Lichtenberg family was a [[Germany Nobility|German noble family]] who had extensive holdings in [[Alsace|Alsace]] (Holy Roman Empire) in present day [[France|France]].  When this line was extinguished in 1736 its lands were transferred to [[Hesse_Darmstadt_(Landgrave)|Hesse-Darmstadt]].
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The Hanau-Lichtenberg family was a [[Germany Nobility|German noble family]] who had extensive holdings in [[Alsace|Alsace]] (Holy Roman Empire) in present day [[France|France]].  When this line was extinguished in 1736 its lands were transferred to [[Hesse Darmstadt (Landgrave)|Hesse-Darmstadt]].  
  
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Johann Reinhard III. (son of Johann Reinhard II., who died in 1666, who was a younger brother of Friedrich Casimir)  
 
Johann Reinhard III. (son of Johann Reinhard II., who died in 1666, who was a younger brother of Friedrich Casimir)  
  
The only daughter of Johann Reinhard’s III., Charlotte Christina Magdalena Johanna, married the the Hessian Prince ''(Erbprinz)'' and later Landgrave ''(Landgraf)'' Ludwig VIII of [[Hesse_Darmstadt_(Landgrave)|Hesse-Darmstadt]].  
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The only daughter of Johann Reinhard’s III., Charlotte Christina Magdalena Johanna, married the the Hessian Prince ''(Erbprinz)'' and later Landgrave ''(Landgraf)'' Ludwig VIII of [[Hesse Darmstadt (Landgrave)|Hesse-Darmstadt]].  
  
 
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Revision as of 04:17, 22 April 2014

The Hanau-Lichtenberg family was a German noble family who had extensive holdings in Alsace (Holy Roman Empire) in present day France.  When this line was extinguished in 1736 its lands were transferred to Hesse-Darmstadt.

In 1480 the Counts of Hanau-Lichtenberg made ​​Bouxwiller their residence and seat of government.



List of the Counts (Graf) of Hanau-Lichtenberg
1480 — 1736

1.
Philipp I., the Elder
1480
2.
Philipp II., der Younger
1480—1504
3.
Philipp III
1504—1538
4.
Philipp IV
Under Philipp IV. in 1570 all Hanau-Lichtenberg lands were reunited.
1538—1590
5.
Philipp V
1590—1599
6.
Johann Reinhard I
1599—1625
7.
Philipp Wolfgang
1625—1641
8.
Friedrich Casimir
1641—1685
9.

Johann Reinhard III. (son of Johann Reinhard II., who died in 1666, who was a younger brother of Friedrich Casimir)

The only daughter of Johann Reinhard’s III., Charlotte Christina Magdalena Johanna, married the the Hessian Prince (Erbprinz) and later Landgrave (Landgraf) Ludwig VIII of Hesse-Darmstadt.

1685—1736

Translated from Rathgeber, Julius. Die Grafshaft Hanau=Lichtenberg. Straßburg: Verlag von Karl J. Trübner, 1876, p. 270. The German spelling of the names of the counts was retained.

PUBLICATIONS

Dommerich, Ferdinand August. Grafschaft Hanau von der Mitte des 13. Jahrhunderts bis zum Aussterben des gräflichen Hauses im Jahre 1736. Hanau: Verlag von Friedrich König, 1860.

Lehmann, Johann Georg. Urkundliche Geschichte der Grafschaft Hanau-Lichtenberg im unteren Elsasse. Mannheim: Druck und Verlag von J. Schneider, 1863. volume 1 volume 2

Rathgeber, Julius. Die Grafschaft Hanau=Lichtenberg. Straßburg: Verlag von Karl J. Trübner, 1876.

ARCHIVES

The records of this family as they relate to the territory they ruled in the department of Bas-Rhin, France, are found in

Les Archives départementales du Bas-Rhin is located at (sont situées au):

6 rue Philippe Dollinger 67100 Strasbourg

The new site can be accessed at this web address that has a search engine: Bas-Rhin Archives

Their records are found in series C, G and E at the archives. Sub-series 17 J and 50 J may also be of interest. The actual records are not on-line and are only available at the archives.

TERRITORY

France

Bas Rhin

LINKS

Comté de Hanau-Lichtenberg (Wikipédia en français)

Grafschaft Hanau-Lichtenberg (Wikipedia deutsch)

List of rulers of Hanau (Wikipedia)