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Hesse, House of

Hesse, House of

Treaty between Hesse-Philippsthal and Prussia respecting the Rights of the Hesse-Philippsthal Lines to the Property of the Former Electoral House of Hesse, signed at Berlin, 13 December 1880

Treaty between Hesse-Cassel and Prussia relative to the Property of the Electoral House etc., signed at Berlin, 26 March 1873

Treaty between Hesse-Darmstadt and Prussia for the Regulation of the Rights of the Hessian Grand Ducal Line to the Property of the Former Electoral House, signed at Berlin, 13 January 1881

Act relative to the Federal Constitution of Germany between Austria, Prussia, Bavaria, Saxony, Hanover, Wurtemberg, Baden, Electoral Hesse, the Grand Duchy of Hesse, Denmark, the Netherlands, the Grand Ducal and Ducal Houses of Saxony, Brunswick, and Nassau, Mecklenburg-Schwerin and Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Holstein-Oldenburg, Anhalt and Schwartzburg, Hohenzollern, Liechtenstein, Reuss, Schaumburg-Lippe, Lippe and Waldeck, and the Free Cities of Lubeck, Francfort, Bremen and Hamburg, signed at Vienna, 8 June 1815

Preliminary Agreement pursuant to the Agreements of 1(11) February 1693 and 4(14) March 1694 for the Maintenance of the Harmony of the Empire etc. between the Bishop of Worms (also Head of the Teutonic Order), the Bishops of Wurzburg, Constance and Munster, the Abbot of Fulda, the Duke of Saxe-Gotha and Margrave of Baden-Durlach, the Dukes of Wolfenbuttel, the Landgraves of Hesse-Cassel and Hesse-Darmstadt, the Margrave of Baden-Baden, the King of Denmark (as Duke of Holstein) and the House of Anhalt, signed at Goslar, 5(15) February 1700

 

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Knetsch, K. G. P., Das Haus Brabant: Genealogie der Herzoge von Brabant und der Landgrafen von Hessen (2 vols., Darmstadt, 1931).Münscher, F., Geschichte von Hessen für Jung und Alt erzählt (Marburg, 1894).

1264–1308

Henry I, the Child (son of Henry II, duke of Brabant; recognized as land-grave of Hesse 1264)

1284–1298

Henry the Younger (son; co-regent)

1308–1311

John (brother)

1308–1328

Otto (brother)

1328–1376

Henry II, the Iron (son)

1376–1413

Herman II, the Learned (nephew; co-regent 1367)

1413–1458

Louis I, the Peaceful (son)

1458–1483

Henry III, the Rich (son; received Upper Hesse by partition 1458; regent of Lower Hesse 1471)

1483–1500

William III, the Younger (son; union with Lower Hesse 1500)

1458–1471

Louis III, the Frank (son of Louis I; Lower Hesse 1458)

1471–1493

William I, the Elder (son; abdicated, died 1515)

1493–1509

William II, the Middle (brother; co-regent 1487; Upper Hesse 1500)

1509–1567

Philip I, the Magnanimous (son)

1567–1583

Philip II (son; received Rheinfels by partition 1567; union with Darmstadt 1583)

1567–1604

Louis IV (brother; Marburg 1567; partition between Casse1 and Darmstadt 1605)

1567–1592

William IV, the Wise (brother; Cassel1567)

1592–1627

Maurice the Learned (son; shared Marburg 1605; abdicated, died 1632)

1627–1637

William V, the Constant (son)

1637–1663

William VI, the Just (son)

1663–1670

William VII (son)

1670–1730

Charles (brother)

1730–1751

Frederick I (son; king of Sweden 1720)

1751–1760

William VIII (brother; regent 1730–51; Rheinfels 1754)

1760–1785

Frederick II (son)

1785–1821

William IX(I) (son; elector of Hesse 1803; union with the kingdom of Westphalia 1807–13)

1821–1847

William II (son; Rotenburg 1834)

1847–1866

Frederick William I (son; co-regent 1831; deposed, died 1875; union with Prussia)

1567–1596

George I, the Pious (son of Philip I; Darmstadt 1567; Rheinfels 1583)

1596–1626

Louis V, the Faithful (son; shared Marburg 1605)

1626–1661

George II, the Other (son; Butzbach1643)

1661–1678

Louis VI (son)

1678

Louis VII (son)

1678–1739

Ernest Louis (brother)

1739–1768

Louis VIII (son)

1768–1790

Louis IX (son)

1790–1830

Louis X(I) (son; grand duke of Hesse 1806)

1830–1848

Louis II (son)

1848–1877

Louis III (son; co-regent 1848)

1877–1892

Louis IV (nephew)

1892–1918

Ernest Louis (son; deposed, died 1937; proclamation of the republic)

1596–1643

Philip III (son of George I; received Butzbach at separation from Darmstadt 1609; union with Darmstadt 1643)

1596–1638

Frederick I (brother; received Homburg at separation from Darmstadt 1622)

1638–1643

Louis Philip (son)

1643–1669

William Christopher (brother; abdicated, died 1681)

1669–1673

George Christian (brother; abdicated, died 1677; union with Darmstadt 1673–9)

1680–1708

Frederick II (brother)

1708–1746

Frederick III (son)

1746–1751

Frederick IV (nephew)

1751–1820

Frederick V (son; union with Darmstadt 1806–16)

1820–1829

Frederick VI (son)

1829–1839

Louis (brother)

1839–1846

Philip (brother)

1846–1848

Gustavus (brother)

1848–1866

Ferdinand (brother; union with Darmstadt, then with Prussia 1866)

1627–1655

Frederick (son of Maurice of Cassel; received Eschwege at separation from Cassel 1648; union with Rheinfels 1655)

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