Waldburg-Wurzach

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County (Principality) of Waldburg-Wurzach

Grafschaft (Fürstentum) Waldburg-Wurzach
1674–1806
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Coat of arms
StatusState of the Holy Roman Empire
CapitalWurzach
Common languagesAlemannic German
GovernmentPrincipality
Historical eraMiddle Ages
• Partitioned from
    Waldburg-Zeil
1674
• Raised to principality
1803
1806
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Wappen Waldburg.svg Waldburg-Zeil
Kingdom of Württemberg

Waldburg-Wurzach was a county ruled by the House of Waldburg, located on the southeastern border of Baden-Württemberg, Germany, located around Wurzach (located about 15 kilometres west of Bad Waldsee). Waldburg-Wurzach was a partition of Waldburg-Zeil. Waldburg-Wurzach was a county prior to 1803, when it was raised to a principality shortly before being mediatised to Württemberg in 1806.

Rulers of Waldburg-Wurzach[edit]

Counts of Waldburg-Wurzach (1674–1803)[edit]

  • Sebastian Wunibald (1674–1700)
  • Ernest James (1700–34)
  • Francis Ernest (1734–81)
  • Eberhard I (1781–1803)

Prince of Waldburg-Wurzach (1803–06)[edit]

  • Eberhard I (1803–06)

Coordinates: 47°55′N 9°46′E / 47.917°N 9.767°E / 47.917; 9.767