von und

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  • The two were occasionally combined into von und zu (meaning "of and at").
  • The current building acquired its basic form through the reconstruction and extensions of Samuel von und zu Herteveld.
  • Both Generals von Hubicki and von und zu Gilsa probably stayed in one of the houses around the park.
  • He descended from the old Bohemian noble family Czernin von und zu Chudenitz.
  • The elder branch, von und zu Guttenberg and the younger Steinhausen branch.
  • The hill was the property of Johann von und zu Guttenberg until 2005.
  • He, in turn, informed the antiquarian Baron Felix von und zu Gilsa.
  • His younger brother was the composer and General Intendant of Munich Clemens von und zu Franckenstein.
  • If you have dealings with it the first man you meet is Prince von und Zu Something, an elegant young man who talks Eton-and-Harrow English. Cited from The Thirty-Nine Steps, by John Buchan
  • This branch later died out in the direct line with Elbert von und zu Hertefeld, who however transferred the estate to his stepbrother Elbert von Steenhaus.
  • Carlos is also known as Karl Wilhelm von und zu Gossinger.
  • Their official surname listed is von und zu Manndorff zu Wissenau und Pfannhofen.
  • Another grandfather is Jakob von und zu Eltz, a Croatian politician of the 1990s.
  • Czernin von und zu Chudenitz is a noble family originating in Bohemia.
  • In 1985 he married Georgina Princess von und zu Liechtenstein (b. 1962) and together they have three daughters and two sons.
  • Johann Friedrich von und zu Mansbach was a military officer in Hesse-Kassel before serving Denmark.
  • He is also referred to by his noble name, His Illustrious Highness Count Ferdinand von und zu Trauttmansdorff-Weinsberg.
  • Reiz von Breuberg erected Frankenstein Castle near Darmstadt and since named himself "von und zu Frankenstein".
  • In Germany, the family continues to thrive as Marquess & Marchioness and counts von und zu Hoensbroech.
  • It was I also who saved from murder, by the Nihilist Klopman, Count Von und Zu Grafenstein, who was your mother's elder brother. Cited from His Last Bow, by Arthur Conan Doyle
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