She died on November 2, 1448 and was buried next to her husband in Astheim. The Astheim Charterhouse became a burial place for the family beginning with Anna.

She was the first to be buried in the Charterhouse. At the same time, the nobleman began to grant loans to the local authorities. Free Account. In the 1670s, they established their primary seat in Bohemia. He was raised to the Freiherr (baron) and banner lordship in 1429. The sons of Erkinger called themselves Lords of Seinsheim, barons of Schwarzenberg, while the grandchildren already abandoned the name Seinsheim and only bore the title Schwarzenberg.

The House of Schwarzenberg came into extensive land holdings in Bohemia in 1661 through a marriage alliance with the House of Eggenberg. Stephansberg, … In 1420 and 1429, Erkinger became field captain of the king and went into the field against the Hussites. WERNER WAGENHÖFER, Die Bibra: Studien und Materialien zur Genealogie und zur Besitzgeschichte einer fränkischen Niederadelsfamilie im Spätmittelalter, Verlag Degener & Co, 1998, 699 pages,,_Baron_of_Schwarzenberg&oldid=978099378, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Michael (died on March 19, 1469; = in Astheim Abbey), Erkinger (died on September 26, 1503 in Astheim), around 1473 canon to Eichstätt, Johann (born around 1428; died probably on May 16, 1460 near Giengen an der Brenz ), Sigmund (born 1430; died on July 3, 1502), Kunigunde (died on September 2, 1469 in Eger ), This page was last edited on 12 September 2020, at 22:11.

1385-1437. Dec 11 1437 - Astheim, Volkach, Unterfranken, Bayern, Germany, Michael von Seinsheim, Marketa Z Z Rózmberka, Michael i von Seinsheim von Schwarzenberg, Margaret von Rosenberg. The proximity to King Sigismund of Luxembourg led to the appointment to the Imperial Council in 1416. [2] Michael von Seinsheim was the captain of the Marienberg Fortress.

Erkinger married twice. First he married Anna von Bibra (daughter of Dietrich von Bibra and his first wife, Engel),[7] who died on March 4, 1418. From 1416 he had the title of Imperial Councilor. The family was wealthy and the young nobleman was able to increase the family property by buying additional property. For example, the Würzburg prince-bishopric and the burgrave of Nuremberg borrowed money from the lords of Schwarzenberg. [5], In 1432 Erkinger had acquired the Hohenlandsberg Castle and Office and had become an official administrative district. Please enable JavaScript in your browser's settings to use this part of Geni. At this time, they also possessed some fiefdoms in Bohemia. Erkinger II. From 1416 he had the title of Imperial Councilor. Husband of Anna von Bibra and Barbara von Abensberg Brother of Anna Von Seinsheim,, Erkinger I von Schwarzenberg, -cr Freiherr 10.8.1429, *1362, +11.12.1437; 1m: Anna von Bibra (+4.3.1418); 2m: Barbara von Abensberg (+2.11.1448), Also known as Seinsheim, Erkinger I von zu Schwarzenberg ; Freiherr. The raid failed and two of the Erkinger's horsemen were shot.

Magdalene von Schwarzenberg (c1426-aft1485), Heinrich X. Reuß zu Greiz (c1410-bef1476),,, Erkinger I von Seinsheim, Freiherr zu Schwarzenberg, We have more information about this person. The elder line died out in the male line in 1965 with Heinrich Schwarzenberg, the 11th Prince of Schwarzenberg. Ab 1416 trug er den Titel eines Kaiserlichen Rates. Freiherr zu Schwarzenberg, I, Birth of Magdalene Baronesse zu Schwarzenberg, Birth of Erkinger Freiherr von Schwarzenberg, Birth of Friedrich Freiherr von Schwarzenberg, Birth of Ulrich Freiherr von Schwarzenberg, Birth of Sigmund I, Freiherr von Schwarzenberg, Astheim, Lower Franconia, Bavaria, Germany.