List of States in The Holy Roman Empire (K)

This is a list of states in the Holy Roman Empire beginning with the letter K:







Käfernburg (Kafernburg) County 10th Century 1195: Partitioned into Schwarzburg and Schwarzburg-Käfernburg
1302: Counts of Kafenburg died out
Kaisheim (Kaisersheim) Abbacy
Swab 1133 1757: Imperial immediacy recognized by Bavaria
1793: Council of Princes
1803: Annexed to Bavaria
(see Brunswick-Calenberg)
Kall County 1488: Partitioned from Manderscheid 1742: Annexed to Blankenheim
1803: Annexed to France
Kammin 1176: Bishopric
1628: Principality
Upp Sax 1274: Acquired Lübeck city rights
1556: Secularized to Pomerania-Wolgast
1648: To Sweden
1679: Brandenburg
Käppel (Kappel) 1390?: Abbey 1803: To Nassau
1866: To Prussia
Kastelberg Lordship
Katzenelnbogen 1095: County
1138: HRE County
1090 1138: 1st mention of Counts of Katzenelnbogen
1260: Division into Upper and Lower Katzenelnbogen
1402: Reunited with marriage of Anna of Lower Katzenelnbogen and Johann IV of Upper Katzenelnbogen
1453: Acauired part of County of Diez and Lordship of Eppstein
1479: Line extinct; passed by female succession to Hesse-Marburg
Kaufbeuren Imperial City Swab c1250 1803: Annexed to Bavaria
Kaufmanns-Saarbrücken Imperial Free City To Bishopric of Metz
To Lorraine
1661: To France
HRE Prince of Kaunitz, Count of Rietberg & East Frisia, Lord of Esens, Stadesdorf, Wittmund & Melrich
1848: Kaunitz-Rietberg line died out
Kaysersberg (Kaisersberg) Imperial City Upp Rhen 1648: Annexed to France
Imperial Ducal Abbey of Kempten c752: Abbacy
1348/1360: Prince-Abbot
Swab SW 1348 1793: Council of Princes
1803: Secularized and annexed to Bavaria
Kempten im Allgäu 1289: Imperial Free City Swab SW 1289 1803: Mediatized to Bavaria
Kerpen Acquired by Schasberg
Kettershausen Lordship 1803: To Principality of Babenhausen for Fugger house
Prince of Khevenhüller-Metsch, Count of Hochosterwitz, Baron of Landskron and Wernberg, etc.
1763: HRE Prince (Personalist) n/a SW 1763 1396: 1st mentioned
1519: Division into several lineages
Burgrave of Kirchberg, Count of Sayn and Wittgenstein, Lord of Farnrode
1090 1799: Annexed to Nassau-Weilburg
Klettgau c1200: County
1325 Landgraviate
Swab 981; 1315; 1572 1040: Annexed to Habsburg
1282-1408: To Counts of Habsburg-Laufenburg
1408: Passed to Counts of Sulz by marriage
1698: Annexed to Stephanswald-Franconia
Klingenmünster RA
Klosters High Jurisdiction
Knyphausen Lordship
1588: Imperial Baron
1658: Imperial County
17th century: Part of Friesland
1738: To Bentinck
1808: To Kingdom of Holland
1810: To France
1813: To Oldenburg
Koblenz Ballei of the Teutonic Order 1512: Electoral Rhenish Circle
1793: Council of Princes
Koevorden (Coevorden) Lordship
Königsbronn Imperial Abbey
nigsegg (Konigsegg)
HRE Count of Königsegg & Rothenfels, Baron of Aulendorf & Stauffen, Lord of Ebenweiler & Wald in Swabia
1629: HRE County
Swab 1192 1622: Partitioned into Königsegg-Aulendorf and Königsegg-Rothenfels
1663:Reunited with extinction of Konigsegg-Rothenfels.
Königsegg-Aulendorf 1622:Barony
1622: Partitioned from Königsegg 1500: Aulendorf joined Swabian Circle
1806: Mediatised to Wurttemberg
HRE Count of Königsegg & Rothenfels, Baron of Aulendorf & Stauffen
1629: County
1622: Partitioned from Königsegg 1804: Annexed to Austria
Königsfeld (Black Forest)
Bishopric of Konstanz
(Bishopric of Constance)
13th century: Prince-Bishopric
Swab EC 911 1793: Council of Princes
1802: Divided between Baden and Switzerland
1803: Secularized and annexed to Baden
Area: 482 sq. mi.; Pop. 50,000
Konstanz (Constance) 1192: Imperial Free City 1192 780: Constance received municipal rights
1548: Deprived of its privileges as a free and imperial city and given to Austria by Emperor Charles V
1805: Annexed to Baden
Konzenberg Lordship
Krautheim Lordship
1804: HRE Principality of Krautheim and Gerlachsheim
To Salm-Reifferscheid
Kreuzlingen HRE Abbey
Kriechingen (Criechingen) HRE County 1697: Line died out
To Wied-Runkel
Kronburg Lordship 1460: Partitioned from Aichen 1540: Partitioned into Osterberg, Schwabeck and Weissenstein
Kuefstein (Kufstein) 13th century: 1st mentioned
Count of Kuefstein, Baron of Greillenstein, of Hohenkraen, etc.
1709: HRE Count (Personalist) n/a FR 1709
Kulmbach Lordship 1057-1234: To Andechs-Meran
1248: To Counts of Orlamunde
1340: To Hohenzollern Burgraves of Nuremberg
1792: To Prussia
1807: French occupation
1810: To Bavaria
Kyburg (Kiburg) County 11th century 1414: Annexed to Switzerland

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