Waldburg-Capustigall

Waldburg-Capustigall was a Stewardship of the House of Waldburg – later a County – located in East Prussia. Waldburg-Capustigall was a partition of Waldburg-Trauchburg and was raised to a County in 1686, before being annexed by the Kingdom of Prussia in 1745.

Stewardship (County) of Waldburg-Capustigall
Truchsessamt (Grafschaft) Waldburg-Capustigall
1504–1745
Waldburg coat of arms from the Scheibler Armorial of 1450–1480
Coat of arms
StatusState of the Holy Roman Empire
Common languagesGerman
GovernmentPrincipality
Historical eraMiddle Ages
• Partitioned from
    Waldburg-Trauchburg
1504 1504
• Raised to County
1686
• Annexed by Prussia
1745
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Wappen Waldburg.svg Waldburg-Trauchburg
Kingdom of Prussia
The schloss of Waldburg-Capustigall

Rulers of Waldburg-CapustigallEdit

Stewards of Waldburg-CapustigallEdit

  • Johannes Jakob, 1554–1585
  • Wolfgang Heinrich, 1585–1637
  • Johannes Albert, 1637–1655
  • Abraham, 1637–1638
  • Wolfgang Christoph, 1643–1686 (raised to Reichsgraf)

Counts of Waldburg-CapustigallEdit

  • Wolfgang Christoph, 1686–1688
  • Joachim Heinrich, 1655–1703
  • Otto Wilhelm I, 1703–1725
  • Karl Friedrich, 1703–1722
  • Otto Wilhelm II, 1725–1745