Henckel von Donnersmarck
                       
 
 
 
  Af pommersk adel kendt 1270  
     
 
  Tezlav Wobeser  ~ NN      
  til Wobeser, Rummelsburg   Elisabeth Katharina von Maltzan ~ Karl Maximilian Henckel  
  † efter 1270    Freiin zu Wartenberg und Penzlin  Henckel von Donnersmarck  
      * 5/10 1632  
     
     
     
     
           
        Laura von Hardenberg   ~ Hugo Karl Anton Lazarus Henckel  
        Grevinde Greve von Donnersmarck  
        * Berlin 8/9 1812 ~ Berlin 24/6 1800  
        † Wolfsberg 24/12 1857   , f. 26 Apr. 1811, Siemianowitz d. 4 Okt. 1890, Wien, Österreich  
           
       
       
               
        Ludwig Ferdinand Karl Erdmann Alexander Deodatus ~ Wanda Hedwig Agnes Auguste  
        Fyrste von Schönaich-Carolath-Beuthen  Luise Luitgarde Klamorine  
        * Cölmchen 26/6 1811 † Amtitz 22/1 1862  Henckel von Donnersmarck  
              f. 1 Nov. 1826, Breslau , d. 11 Feb. 1907, Firenze  
           
       
         
  Klaus von Wobeser   ~ NN Ernst Adolf Adolf Maria Lapidata Quirinus  ~ Maria Henckel-Donnersmarck  
  til Wobeser, Rummelsburg     Hugo Antonius Felicitas Bonaventura Hubertus  Grevinde  
  † efter 1300    Greve von Waldstein-Wartenberg ~ Baden, Schweitz 11/11 1954  
      Malteserridder   *Náklo 17.11.192  
      * Doksy (Hirschberg) 30/3 1925  
     
         
      Anna Helena von Kaunitz   ~ Georg-Friedrich Henckel  
       * Austerlitz 4/3 1605 * Oderberg 26/8 1611 † Wien 9/5 1671  
      † Tarnowitz 11/9 1682  
     
     
         
      Wilhelmine Marie  ~ Edwin Henckel  
       Grevinde af Wchinitz und Tettau Greve von Donnersmarck  
       * Bad Ischl 12/8 1869 † Naklo 16/5 1943 ~ Wien 20/8 1895  
      Begravet Naklo  
      *Romolkwitz 23.1.1865, +Náklo 23.3.1929  
     
         
      Karl Rudolf Christian Philipp Ernst   ~ Elisabeth Henckel von Donnersmarck  
      Kinsky von Wchinitz Grevinde  
  Maarten von Wobeser   ~ NN * Matzen 10/6 1865 † Wien 12/9 1930 ~ Wolfsberg 8/8 1893  
  til Missow, Stolp   *Warmbrunn 30/8 1866 † Wien 22/7 1944  
  † efter 1340  
     
         
      Franz Joseph von Oppersdorff   ~ Anna Franziska Henckel  
       til Busau & Göding Grevinde von Donnersmarck  
      Greve  
      † 1714  
     
     
         
      Eduard Georg Maria  ~ Julie Henckel von Donnersmarck  
      Greve von Oppersdorf Grevinde  
      til majoratet Oberglogau ~  Breslau 14/5 1843  
      Æresridder Malteserordenen * Breslau 12/12 1819 † Oberglogau 11/4 1858  
      Medlem Preußiske Herrenhaus 1854  
      Medlem af rigsdagen 1873  
      * Oberglogau (Glogówek) 19/10 1800   ~  
      † Oberglogau 31/1 1889  
     
     
  Jacob von Wobeser   ~ NN      
  til Missow, Stolp   Hans Ulrich Gotthard Maria Eugen Joachim  ~ Sophie Henckel  
  † efter 1383   Greve Schaffgotsch Grevinde von Donnersmarck  
  til Koppitz ~ Berlin 9/4 1918  
  * Zülzhoff, Grottkau 9/12 1889 * 30/5 1896  
  † Schloss Koppitz (Kopice), Schlesien 18/5 1943 † München 28/10 1972  
 
 
 
  Af senere medlemmer af slægten nævnes kronologisk:      
  Karoline Pauline Eleonore Aurelia Marie  ~ Edgar von Henckel-Gaschin  
  Prinsesse zu Windisch-Graetz Greve  
  * Bratislava 16/1 1871 ~ Lwow 23/10 1894  
  † Krowiarki (Schloss Preußisk-Krawarn) 14/10 1927 * Siemianowice 17/7 1859  
  † Krowiarki 14/5 1939  
  Våbentegninger på denne side copyright © 2001-2010 by Finn Gaunaa
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Family crest of the Henckel von Donnersmarcks
The Henckel von Donnersmarcks are a Silesian noble family from the former region of Spiš in Upper Hungary, now in Slovakia. The founder of the family was Henckel de Quintoforo in the 14/15th Century. The family estate is in Donnersmarck (slovak: Spišský Štvrtok).
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1 History
2 Family members
3 References
4 Bibliographie
5 External links
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In 1417, during the time of the Council of Constance, the German and Hungarian King Sigismund of Luxembourg granted the three brothers Peter, Jakob and Nicholas a coat of arms.
During the 15th and 16th Centuries lived John II (1481–1539), an eminent scholar who corresponded with Martin Luther, Erasmus of Rotterdam and Philipp Melanchthon. He began his career as a pastor in Levoča and Košice. Later, he stayed at the court of the Hungarian King Ludwig II and his wife Maria of Austria. In 1531, he came to Silesia and became a canon in Breslau (Wroclaw), Silesia. He died there eight years later and was buried in the local cathedral.
Lazarus Henckel (or Lazarus the Elder) (1551–1624) was a banker and mine owner, and financier to Rudolf II, Holy Roman Emperor for his war with the Turks. In return for his service he gained a number of privileges; in 1607 he was ennobled and became Lazarus(I) Henckel von Donnersmarck. In 1615 he became a baronet. The family seat became the castle at Neudeck (Świerklaniec).
Lazarus the second (or Lazarus the Younger) (1573–1664), called the lazy received the title of Freiherr (Baron) from Ferdinand of Habsburg at Regensburg in 1636, in 1651 from Ferdinand Karl of Austria and Tyrol he received the title Graf (Count) in Innsbruck. In 1661 Leopold I Habsburg gave him in Vienna also the title of a Bohemian count. In the following centuries the descendents of Lazarus II split into several lines and branches.
At the beginning of the 20th Century, the family was the second richest in Prussia after the Krupps.[1] Hugo I Henckel von Donnersmarck (1811–1890) (a steelworks founder and owner), and Guido Henckel von Donnersmarck (1830–1916) were both wealthy industrialists. Guido received the Prussian title of Fürst (Prince) from Emperor Wilhelm II.
Following the defeat of the Third Reich in 1945, the Henckel von Donnersmarcks completely lost their fortune due to the forced expulsion from eastern Germany by both Polish and Soviet forces, but retained their position as aristocrats.
In 2007 the family name was all over the news when director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck received the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film for his spy drama The Lives of Others.
[edit] Family members
Lazarus(I) Henckel von Donnersmarck (1551–1624), banker and mining entrepreneur.
Carl Maximilian Graf Henckel von Donnersmarck, castle owner
Lazarus III. Henckel von Donnersmarck (1729–1805), mining industrialist.
Elias Maximilian Graf Henckel von Donnersmarck, Prussian major general (1746–1827)
Eleonore Ottilie Maximiliane Henckel von Donnersmarck (1756–1843)
Carl Lazarus Henckel von Donnersmarck (1772–1864), industrialist.
Wilhelm Ludwig Viktor Graf Henckel von Donnersmarck, (1775–1849), Prussian Lieutenant-General
Leo Victor Felix Graf Henckel von Donnersmarck, (1785–1861), German botanist
Hugo Henckel von Donnersmarck, (1811–1890), land owner and industrialist
Count Guido Henckel von Donnersmarck, Prince, (1830–1916), land owner and industrialist
Lazarus IV Henckel von Donnersmarck (1835–1914), landowner and member of the German Reichstag
Gregor Henckel-Donnersmarck (Ulrich Maria Karl Graf Henckel von Donnersmarck), (born 1943), Abott of Heiligenkreuz Abbey
Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck (b. 1973), film director, screenwriter and film producer, Oscar-winner 2007 (Best Foreign Language Film)
Heinrich Henckel von Donnersmarck, 2000 to 2008 CEO of the SIX Swiss Exchange
Georg Graf Henckel von Donnersmarck, (1902–1973), politician of the Christian Social Union of Bavaria, member of parliament
Carl Joseph Graf Henckel von Donnersmarck (November 7, 1928 Romolkwitz, Neumarkt, † April 16, 2008) ∞ Maria Adelaide of Luxembourg (1924–2007), father of Felix Graf Henckel von Donnersmarck (March 2, 1960 † October 28, 2007)
Herr. Augustine Heinrich Graf Henckel von Donnersmarck, Priest (1935–2005)
Leo-Ferdinand Graf Henckel von Donnersmarck, (1935–2009), 1997-2006 President of the German Association of the Order of Malta
Winfried Henckel von Donnersmarck, a member of the Sovereign Council of the Order of Malta
Odo Deodatus I. Tauern (1885–1926), anthropologist, D.phil., father of the family Tauern.
Count Hugh II and Edgar Henckel von Donnersmarck, resident in the Castle Polnisch Krawarn
[edit] References
1. ^ Spiegel49 2010, p. 144
[edit] Bibliographie
Henckel von Donnersmarck, A. Perlick, w: Neue Deuitsche Biographie, Bd 8, Berlin 1969, s. 516
Henckel von Donnersmarckowie. Kariera i fortuna rodu, A. Kuzio-Podrucki, Bytom 2003
Beier, Lars-Olav (2010). "Unter Genieverdacht" (in German). Der Spiegel (Spiegel-Verlag Rudolf Augstein) (49): 144. http://www.spiegel.de/spiegel/0,1518,733125-2,00.html. Retrieved 2011–01–08.
Zamki Donnersmarcków, J. A. Krawczyk, A. Kuzio-Podrucki, Radzionków 2002
Herbarz bytomski, A. Kuzio-Podrucki, P. Nadolski, D. Woźnicki, Bytom 2003
Henckel von Donnersmarckowie. Kariera i fortuna rodu, Arkadiusz Kuzio-Podrucki: . Rococo, Bytom 2003 ISBN 83-86293-41-1 (polnisch)
Zamki i pałace Donnersmarcków. Schlösser der Donnersmarcks, Jarosław Aleksander Krawczyk, Arkadiusz Kuzio-Podrucki: . 2. Auflage. Drukarnia Skill, Bytom 2003 ISBN 83-86293-41-1 (deutsch und polnisch)
Guido Graf Henckel Fürst von Donnersmarck:in: Schlesier des 19. Jahrhunderts (= Schlesische Lebensbilder; Band 1). Hrsg. namens der Historischen Kommission für Schlesien von Friedrich Andreae. 2. Auflage. Thorbecke, Sigmaringen 1985 ISBN 3-7995-6191-9, J. Bitta
Henckel von Donnersmarck Graf (seit 1901 Fürst) Guido: H. Nussbaum, in:Biographisches Lexikon zur Deutschen Geschichte. Deutscher Verlag der Wissenschaften, Berlin 1967 , Karl Obermann, Heinrich Scheel u.a. (Hrsg.)
Hugo Reichsgraf Henckel Freiherr von Donnersmarck und die Geschichte seines Hauses. Wien nach 1890?
Henckel von Donnersmarck Hugo, in: Österreichisches Biographisches Lexicon 1815-1950. Band II. Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien 1959
Allgemeine Enzyklopädie der Wissenschaften und Künste. Zweite Sektion H-N. Leipzig, 1829 S.389
Günther Probszt: Donnersmarck, Lazarus I. Henckel von. In: Neue Deutsche Biographie (NDB). Band 8. Duncker & Humblot, Berlin 1969, p. 517 f. (German)
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