Netherlands Substates

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Netherlands Substates

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Bergen op Zoom

Until Circa 1330 and 1351-53 Dame Mathildis van Wezemaal
Her daughter, Johanna, was Lady until her death 1348/49 and thereafter Mathildis again acted as Dame until her abdication.

Circa 1330-48/49 Dame Johanna van Voorne

1577-88 Marchioness Maria Margaretha van Merode
She was given the Marchionate as a fief by the States of Brabant.
Daughter of Jan van Merode and niece of Jan IV van Glymes of Bergen op Zoom.

1588-1613 Maria Mencia van Wittem
Daughter of Maria Margaretha van Merode and Jan van Wittem and was given the Marchionate as a fief of the Spanish King, but she was not inagurated until 1609. 

1613-33 Maria Elisabeth I Clara van den Bergh
Daughter of Maria Mencia and Herman van den Bergh en van Maria Mencia van Wittem, and had no children. She lived (1610-33)

1638-71 Sovereign Marchioness Maria Elisabeth II van den Bergh 's-Heerenberg, Countess of Walhain
She was given the Marchionate as a fief from in 1635, three years after her aunt, Maria Elisabeth I, died, but she was not able to take the fief into possession until after the Peace of Munster in 1648. Her aunt's widower, Albert, Count van den Bergh, had claimed the succession of his wife, and he was given the Marchionate as a fief by the king of Spain in 1641, and not until 1650 did he give up his claims, after she gave up her claims to the County of Bergh. Maria Elisabeth II ruled jointly with husband, Fürst Eitel Friedrich zu Hohenzollern-Hechingen until his death in 1661. She was succeeded by daughter, Franziska Henrica, and lived (1613-71). 

1672-98  Henriëtte Francisca, Prinses van Hohenzollern
Daughter of Maria Elisabeth II, she was given the Marchionate as a fief in 1672 but was not inaugurated until 1681. She lived (circa 1642-98)

1710-22 Guardian and Administrator Dowager Marchioness Maria Anna van Arenberg of Bergen op Zoom and Walhain (The Netherlands)
After the death of her husband, she acted as regent for her daughter, Maria Henriëtte de la Tour d'Auvergne. According to some sources Maria Anna's mother acted as regent for Maria Henrietta's son Karel Philip Theodoor van Sulzbach from 1728. She was daughter of Philippe Charles François, 3rd Duke of Arenberg, Duke d'Aerschot and Donna Maria Enrietta del Caretto, Marchesa di Savona y Grana, and lived (1689-1736).

1710/22-28 Maria Henriëtte de la Tour d'Auvergne
Daughter of François Egon, and married Johan Christiaan van Sulzbach in 1722 and at the same time, she was inaugurated as Marchioness.  

1728-42 Guardian and Administrator Maria Enrietta del Caretto de Savona y Grana von Arenberg
After the death of Philippe Charles François de Ligne, 3rd Herzog von Arenberg, Duc d'Aerschot, (1663-91) she might have been the person who was regent for son Leopold Philippe, Duke of Arenberg, Duc d'Aerschot (1691-54), who married Donna Maria Francesca Pignatelli, Duchessa di Bisaccia, Countess van Egmond (1696-1766). Apparently she acted as regent for her great-grandson Karel Philip Theodoor van Sulzbach (b.1724) after the death of her grand-daughter, Maria Henriëtte de la Tour d'Auvergne and was known as "the Dowager van Arenberg" during this period. Karl Philip became elector of Bavaria in 1777. He died in 1799 as the last Marquis of Bergen op Zoom. She was also known as Maria Enrichetta, and was Daughter of Ottone Enrico, Field Marshal of the Empire, Governor and General Captain of the Netherlands from 1682, and succeeded him to the titles of Titluar Marchesa di Savona y Grana, Countess of Millesimo, Lady and Co-Lady of Roccavignale, Co-Lady of Cosseria, Dame  di Casaleggi in 1685, and lived (1671-1744).

County of Berg 's-Heerenberg

1712-15 Hereditary Countess Marie Clara van Berg of Berg-s'Heerenberg, Lady of Boxmeer, Bergh, Diksmuide, Gendringen, Etten, Wisch, Pannerden and Millingen
After the death of her husband, Maximilian von Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen in 1689, she was regent for their son Prince and Count Meinrad II Karl Anton von Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (1673-1715) together with her brother-in-law until 1698. In 1695 she made the agreement with Elector Friederich III von Brandenburg on the succession in the Principality of Hohenzollern. When her brother died her second grandson, Franz Wilhelm Nikolaus, was created Count zum Bergh und Hohenzollern in 1712 af, with his mother, Johanna Katharina von Montfort as regent until 1722. Marie Clara lived (1635-1715).

1715-22 Regent Johanna Katharina von Montfort of Bergh
n 1712 the family of Van den Bergh died out and the county was inherited by the family of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, through her mother-in-law, Marie Clara van den Bergh (1635-1715), the wife of Prince Maximillian von Hohenzollern. Johanna's younger son, Franz Wilhelm Nikolaus, was granted the title and after the death of her husband, Prince Meinrad II Karl Anton, (1673-1715), she became regent. In 1718 , she granted the Prussian Commissar of War, Dozem zu Kleve, with several manorhouses as fief in 1718. Her oldest son was Prince Josef Franz Ernst Meinhard Karl Anton von Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (1702-69). Johanna von Montfort lived (1678-1759)
1757-87 Regent Johanna von Hohenzollern-Berg of Berg 's-Heerenberg, Boxmeer, Bergh, Diksmuide, Gendringen, Etten, Wisch, Pannerden and Millingen (Netherlands)
1781-81 Sovereign Countess and Lady
1785-87 Possible Regent of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (Germany)
Also known as Also known as Maria Johanna Josepha Antonia Sophia van den Bergh-Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, she took charge of the government of the county of lordship of her brother, Johan Baptist van Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (1728-1781), who was imprisoned, and after his death she inherited the possessions. After the death of her husband and cousin, Karl Friedrich von Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, she might have been the person who was regent for Prince and Count Anton von Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, (1762-85-1805-31), her 8th and first surviving son, until her own death. The regency continued for one more year. Also mother of 4 daughters of whom only one survived into adulthood. She lived (1727-87).



1505-18 Regent Dowager Lady Mechteld van den Bergh
After the death of her husband, Frederik van van Bronckhorst en Borculo, she is regent for their son, Count Joost van Bronckhorst-Borculo, who married Maria van Hoya, but dies without issue in 1553 leaving the possessions to his niece Ermgard van Wisch.

1544-87 Sovereign Lady Ermgard van Wisch of Wisch op Oud-Wisch, Wildenborch, Overhagen and Lichtenvoorde (The Netherlands)
1552-58 Regent Dowager Countess of Limburg-Stiurm
1553-87 Hereditary Countess of Bronckhorst and Borculo
She inherited the family's possessions in Wisch after the death of her brother, Joachim, but her mother, Waldburga van den Bergh was allowed to reside in the castle for life. After the death of her husband, Georg von Limburg in Stirum (1500-52), she was regent for son, Herman George, Graaf van Limburg en Bronkhorst, heer in Stirum, Wisch en Borculo (1540-74), who later married to Maria von Hoya (1534-1612). Finally she inherited the possessions of her uncle, Count Joost van Bronckhorst-Borculo. She (d. 1587).

1690-1721 Reigning Lady Maria von Limburg Stirum
She was daughter of Count Albrecht Georg von Limburg und Bronckhorst (1661-90) and Elisabeth Philippine van den Boetzelaer (1663-92), in 1714 married to Landgrave Philipp von Hessen-Philippsthal (1686-1717). She sold the Lordship in 1721 and lived (1689-1759)

Heerlijkheid  of Borculo, Wisch and Lichtenvoorde

1661- 1701 Reigning Lady Maria Magdalena van Limburg en Bronckhorst
Inherited the lordships from her father, Georg Ernst van Limburg Stirum (1593-1661) Count van Limburg Stirum and Bronckhorst, Lord van Wisch and Lichtenvoorde. In 1701 she sold the Lordship of Lichtenvoorde to gouverneur-generaal Van Wesel, Lord van Heiden. She was married to
Hendrik van Nassau-Siegen (1611-52) and mother of 5 children. She lived (1623-1707)

1771-76 Reigning Lady Isabella gravin van Fleming
Her grandfather bought the Lordship of Lichtenvoorde and her father, Georg Detlof, rijksgraaf von Fleming bought the Lordship of Borculo. She was married to the Polish Prince
Czartoriski and in 1776 they sold the lands to Prince Willem V for 600.000 guilders.


B.C. 590-59 Ruler Adela

Circa 1057-Ca.64 Ruler Westerlinga

1077/86-1117 Countess Regnant Gertrude von Bruno von Ooster- en Westergo

1134-54 Countess Gertrud von Bentheim

1154-57/76 Countess Sofia von Bentheim

Circa 1252/53 Countess Sophie von Ravensberg
She left the county to the Bishop of Utrecht

Until 1616 Countess Agnes of Oostfriesland and Rietberg etc.

1648-51 Dowager Countess Juliane von Hessen of Oostfriesland

1665-90 Dowager Countess Charlotte von Würtemberg of Oostfriesland

1696-1708 Governess-General Dowager Princess  Henriëtte Amalia Maria von Anhalt-Dessau
of Friesland, Groeningen and Drente
1696-1708 Regent of Nassau in Diez (Germany)
1702-08 Regent in Oranje/Orange

Regent for son Johan Willem Friso. Her husband, Hendrik Casmir II Prince of Nassau etc, had been non-hereditary stadtholder of the Netherlands, and she ruled for son in other possesions of the family. She lived (1666-1726).

1711-33 Governess Dowager Princess Marie-Louise von Hessen-Kassel of Friesland-Groeningen and Drenthe
1759-65 Governess of Friesland
Her husband Johan Willem Friso van Oranje-Nassau,, had been non hereditary stadhouder of the Netherlands, and she ruled for son, Willem IV, Price of Oranje and Nassau and for Grandson Willem V, after the death of his mother, Princess Anne (She lived (1688-1765)

1751-59 Governess Dowager Princess Anne of Great Britain, Ireland and Hanover, Duchess of Braunchweig and Lüneburg and Princess Royal of Friesland, Nassau and Oranje etc. 

1765-66 Governess Princess Carolina of Oranje-Nassau of Friesland
Regent for brother Willem V. Married Prince  Karl of Nassau, Count of Saarbrücken and Saarwerden, Herr of Lahr, Mahlberg, Wiesbaden and Idstein. She lived (1743-87)


Geldre and Zytphen

1118-34/38 Countess Ermengardis of Zytphen

1343 Dowager Duchess Alionora of England of Geldre and Zytphen

1371-83 Titular Duchess Maria of Geldre-Zytphen

1372 Duchess Regnant Mechtild of Geldre-Zytphen
1372-79 Countess of Zypten, Regent of Over- en Neder Betuwe, de Bommeler en Telewaarden en de Veluwe
She was declaired Duchess, but was deposed.

1423-27 Lady Maria d'Harcourt of Brüggen, Grevenbroich, Arschot and Brebeke (in Germany and the Netherlands)
Daughter of Count Jean VI d'Harcourt et Aumale and Catherine de Bourbon, Princess of France. After the death of her husband Duke Rainald IV, Duke of Jülich and Geldern, Count of Zutphen, she remained Lady of a number of possessions of Jülich. In 1424, she granted freedom to her serfs. Two years she married Duke Ruprecht von Jülich-Berg, Bishop of Passau and Paderborn. She lived (circa 1389-1427)

1450-51 Regent Duchess Catharina van Kleef of Geldre and Zutphen
During the pilgrimmage of her husband, Duke Arnold van Egmond (1410-1473), Duke of Gelre and Count of Zutphen she regiend together with a council consisting of members of the States. She was politically influential and during the powerstruggle between har husband and her son, Adolf van Egmont, she sided with her son. A daughter, Mary was Queen of Scotland and another, Catharina, regent of Guelders 1477-82. Catherine of Cleves lived (1417-1476)

1477-82 Regent Princess Catharina van Gelre of Geldre
Also known as Catherine of Guelders or Catharina van Egmont. When Charles of Burgundy who had controlled the Duchy since the death of her father in 1473 died, the Duchy saw its chance to regain its independence. Her brother, Adolf, became Duke of Geldre but the new Duchess of Burgundy, Maria, appointed him her Captain-General in Flanders, and the States of Guelders convinced him to appoint her as regent, pending his return and she reluctantly agreed. But the regency lasted much longer than expected because Adolf was killed in battle. She became involved in the Guelderian War of Independence with Maximilian of Austria. In 1482, she was forced to conclude peace with Maximilian and to retire from politics. In 1492, she witnessed the regained independence of Guelders under her nephew Karl II van Gelders. She was unmarried and lived (circa 1440-1497).

Lordship of Gemert

1786-94 Treasurer Maria Petronella Aerdts, Gemert
She succeeded her husband, Theodorus Antonius Franciscus Borret, as Rentemmester or Drossaard of Teutonic Order Bailiwick of Alden Biesen. Mother of several children and lived (1746-1829)).



973-1021 Sovereign Countess Adela van Hamaland
She was the oldest daughter of the rich and powerful count Wichman II van Hamaland (Achterhoek), who ruled (952-973) and first married to Immed (d. circa 983), who was either a Count or Noble from Utrecht, with whom she had 5 children. After his death she continued to rule and made coins in her own name - it is not clear if she did it in the function as regent for her son Dirk. Her father had granted much of the family possessions to the Women's Chapter of Elten, where her oldest sister Liutgard became the first Abbess.. In 973 the Emperor made it an Abbey of the Realm, just as Quedlinburg, Essen en Gandersheim and it was placed directly under the protection of the Emperor and it was granted immunity from the jurisdiction of the count and local potentates. But Adela was determined to make sure that her part of the inheritance did not also fall into the hand of the church and she engaged in a fight with her sister and after her death around 995 with the Chapter. Her marriage to Balderik (d. 1021) had the purpose of getting back the part of her inheritance that had fallen to the Abbey. And in 996 it did come to the redistribution of a large number of lands. But she was not content. Just after the death of Otto III she and Balderik occupied the territory of Elten for the second time, but had to leave it on the command of Emperor Henrik II. She was blamed for the murder of Wichman van Vreden; one of their most important opponents, her husband escaped and her castle was put under siege. She was allowed to escape with her possessions before it was set on fire. She lived (circa 952 –after 1021)


993-1005 Dowager Countess Liudgard of Holland and Westfriesland

1061-63 Regent Dowager Countess Geertrui von Sachsen of Holland
(d. 1113) For Dirk V (1061-71 and 1076-91)

1120-22 Regent Dowager Countess Yolande de Geldre of Holland

1122-25 Regent Dowager Countess Petronella de Lorraine of Holland-Zeeland
Regent for son For Dirk VI 1122-57. 

1190-1203 Politically Influential Countess Aleid van Kleef
Also known as Adelheid von Kleve, she had a prominent position in the administration of the County. She is the first Countess of Holland who was always mentioned as gravin in stead of "wife" (uxor or coniunx) and very often co-signed decrees with her husband, and her husband might have prepared her for the role as regent of their three daughters. 1195 she commanded an army against her brother-in-law, Willem, who attacked Holland. When her husband became seriously ill in 1203 she married her youngest and only surviving daughter, Ada, off to Count Lodewijk van Loon, hoping to exclude Willem as possible successor, but instead a succession-war between her and Willem followed. She continued to use the title of Countess of Holland, even after Willem had asumed the title in 1210. It is not known where she spend the last years of her life. (d. circa 1238).

1203-05/08 Countess Regnant Ada of Holland-Zeeland

1258-63 Regent Dowager Countess Aleydis de Hainaut of Holland-Zeeland
1280-84 Regent of Hainaut (Belgium)
For nephew Floris V together for another nephew Henri III of Brabrant, who died 1261. Her son Jan II of Hainaut became count of Holland 1299 after having been regent for Folris V's son Jan I (b. 1284-96-99). Aleydis died 1284.

1345-56 Countess Margareta d'Averness of Holland-Zeeland-Friesland and Hainaut
Married to Ludwig IV von Bayern, Holy Roman Emperor. She was Vicar of Pisa from 1326. She lived (1311-56)

1389-? Regent Dowager Countess Margareta von Burg von Bayern of Holland-Zeeland and Hainaut
Apparently daughter of Margareta d'Averness and Countess regnant in her own right. Succeded by niece, Jacobäa. Margareta lived (1363-1414)

1417-20/33 Countess Regnant Jacobäa von Wttelsbach-Bayern of Holland-Zeeland-Friesland and Hainault
In Hainault known as Jacqueline.



1334-36 Regent Margareta van Geldre


Orange/Oranje (In France)

1121-50 Countess Tiburge I
Also known as Tiburgel, she succeeded by son Raimbaud III

1160-80 Countess Tiburge II
Succeeded father Guillaume II and succeeded by great-aunt

1173-82 Countess Tiburge III
Succeeded the granddaughter of her brother Raimbaud III

1393-1417 Countess Marie de Baux
Married to Jean I de Chalons-Arlai (1393-1418).

1498-1521 Claudia de Chalon and Orange

1637-48 Stadtholder Countess Ursula von Solms-Braunfels of the Principality of Orange
After the death of her husband, Christopher, Burgrave and Lord zu Dohna-Schlobitten, she took over his post governor. She was daughter of Count Johann Albrecht I von Solms-Braunfels in Braunfels and Gambit and Countess Agnes zu Sayn-Wittgenstein. Ursula was succeded by her son, Friedrich (1621-48-60-88). She and lived (1594-1657).


Circa 1191-1203 Sovereign Baroness Sophie van Voeren-Montaigue
She reigned the small barony in the northeast of the Dutch province of Brabant, on the left bank of the Maas jointly with Albert of Cuijk circa 1191-1233.

Circa 1315-27 Sovereign Baroness Maria van Voeren-Montaigue
She reigned the small barony in the northeast of the Dutch province of Brabant, on the left bank of the Maas jointly with Jan van Valkenburg-Cleves 1328-56.


1339-50 Sovereign Baroness Luitgard
She succeeded Zweder I as head of the smallr Barony, until 1523 within the Bishopric of Utrecht, then within Gelders.


Ecclesiastical Territory of Thorn 
In the Provincie Limburg. The Abbey was founded 992 and the abbess became Princess of the Empire probably in the 13th century. The territory was annexed by France 1795.

Netherlands Ecclesiastical Territory



Vianden, Ameiden and Utrecht

1677-1700 Burgravine Amalia von Dohna-Vianen, Sovereign Lady and Heiress of Vianen and Ameiden, Hereditary Burgravine of Utrecht
The Suveräne Frau und Erbin von Vianden and Erbburggräfin von Uetrecht was daughter of Christian Albrecht (1621-77) and Sophie Theodore von Brederode, all of her five brothers predeceased her. She was married to Count Simon Heinrich zur Lippe-Detmold (1649-99), mother of 15 chidlren and lived (1644-1700).


1234-35 Regent Dowager Countess Machteld van Brabant of Zeeland bewester Schelde
1235-67 Reigning Dowager Lady of Monster, Maasland, Lier and Zoutevenen
After the death of her second husband, Floris IV, graaf van Holland (1210-34), Countess Johanna of Flanders granted her Zeeland as a fief in the name of her minor son, Willem. It was a politically tricky affair as the Counts of Holland wanted to get rid of the overlordship of Flanders for Zeeland. Her brother-in-law Willem became Regent of Holland and occupied her dowries in  Monster, Maasland, Lier and Zoutevenen, and in 1235 she gave up the regency in exchange for her Dowries. In 1238 her other brother-in-law, Otto, bisjop-elect of Utrecht took over the regency, but after her son came of age the following year she remained influential, placed her seal on his first decrees and appeared as witness on many of his later decrees. When he died at the age of 29 her other son, Floris and dauther, Aleid van Holland, acted ars regent for her grandson, Floris V (1254-96). She founded a number of religious institutions and convents  and gave rich gifts to others. She had first been married to Prince Palantine Henrik II and had 5 or 6 children with her second husband. She lived (circa 1200–67).


Other Countesses and Dames

1117/18 Dame Yolante von Gelre van Dodersweerd en Dalen
Married to Badouin III of Flanderen-Hainault

1136-77 Reigning Baroness Mahilde van Saffenberg of 'S-Hertogenrade
She followed Adolf (1109-36-58) as ruler of the small Barony largely within the southern end of the Dutch panhandle extending south along the east bank of the Maas River. The bulk of Baronial territory lies just west and north of the German city of Aachen - a few tiny baronial districts lie within what is now Germany. She married Henry II, Duke of Limburg, who was in charge of the Barony until 1167.
1260-66 Countess Alix of Montfoort

1394-1445 Dame Johanna von Polanen with Breda-Geertruidenberg-Niervaard-Klundert en de Liek

1448-58 Countess Anna Egmond van Buren en Leerdam
Daughter of Count Maximiliaan van Egmond and Francoise de lannoy, Dame de Lannoy, de Santes et de Trochiennes. Married to Prince Willem I van Oranje and lived (circa 1533-58)

1448-69 Lady Johanna von Loon zu Heinsberg of Heinsberg, Geilenkirchen, Dalenbroich, Diest, Sichem and Zeelhem
Daughter of Johann IV von Loon, Herr zu Heinsberg and Johanna von Diest and married to Johann II von Nassau-Saarbrücken (1423-72) and lived (1443-69).

1504-18 Reigning Lady Elisabeth van Culemborg of Hoogstraten, Culemborg, Minderhout en Rijkevorsel, estates in Meer, Meerle en Meersel, Brussel and Mechelen.
Succeeded her father, Jasper van Culemborg (ca.1445-1504), Lord of Culemborg, Lienden, Honswijk, Ewijk, Goilberdingen and Hoogstraten, Governor of Leerdam and confidante of Emperor Maximilian of Austria. She extremely rich and married to  Antoon I van Lalaing (1480-1540), to whom granted many of her possessions and who was made Count of Hoogrraten in 1518 and in 1530 Deputy landvoogd of the Netherlands. They were succeeded by her husband's nephew, Floris van Pallandt, son of Everhard van Pallandt and Margaretha van Lalaing. She lived (1575-1555).

1583-93 Countess Philippine of Montfoort

Other territorial, but non-reigning ladies (Vrouw)

Until 1621 Sibylla van Plettenberg, Hereditary Lady van Nienhuys, Ottersum, Oosterwelde and Goens

Until 1734 Egeria A.S. Pipperda, Lady van van Ottersum, Pappenburg and Oosterwelde

Until 1724 Sofia M. Reael, Free-Lady of Vreeland etc.
She lived (1687-1724)

Until 1734 Egeria A.S. Pipperda, Lady van van Ottersum, Pappenburg and Oosterwelde

Until 1742 Cornelis P. de Boodt, Lady van Giessenburg etc.
She lived (1712-42)

1763-1807 Charlotte A. Vlaerdingerwout, Lady van Ween, Wijk and Aalburg
Sister of Cornelia, and lived (1728-1897)

Until 1763 Cornelia Vlaerdingerwout, Hereditary Lady van Dixland
Died a few months before her father, and the title was inherited by her son.

Until 1776 Sara A. Des t Heilig Roomse Rijksbarones Hop, Lady van de Lek Lekkerkerke and Zuidbroek.
Her daughter, Jonkvrouwe S.G.A. van Pabst (1774-1866), was Lady van Bingerden and married Baron W.A.C.V.H. van Heeckeren, Lord of Ruurlo, Keel and Borculo (1774/95-1847). She lived (1743-76).

Until 1783 Christina F. des Heilig Roomse Rijksfreein von der

Until 1790 Elisabeth van der Leek, Lady in Stavenisse
She was married to T. de Clercq (1740-1805), and lived (1734-90)

Until 1795 Anna des H.R. Rijksbarones van Boetzelaen, Lady van Nieuwen
Daughter of M.E.D. de Jonge, Lady van Cranenbrouck and lived (1713-95).

From 1844 Adolphine W.A. der Wijck, Lady van Warmond
Followed her aunt, Baroness van Pallant, Dowager van Leyden

1847/1866-? Jacoba Barones van Heeckeren, Lady van de Wierse
Daughter of Jonkvrouwe S.G.A. van Pabst (1774-1866), Lady van Bingerden and Baron W.A.C.V.H. van Heeckeren, Lord of Ruurlo, Keel and Borculo (1774/95-1847).

Until 1879 Margaretha Spoors Eland, Lady in Grijsoord and Klinkerland
She lived (1799-1879).

1879-1920 Margaretha M. Klunt, Lady in Grijsoord and Klinkerland
She lived (1859-1920).

1920-51 dr.phil Johanna W.P. Drost, Lady in Grijsoord and Klinkerland
She lived (1887-1951).

After 1923 Jeanne A.L Barones Taets van Amerongen, Lady van Reiswoude, Emmikhuizen and Deye
Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. (b. 1923-).

1934-61 Levina  A.C. van der Lek de Clercq, Bandervrouwe in Hanamstede, Lady van Stavenisse, Zuidmoer, Oud- en Nieuw Kempenshofstede.
She has three sisters, and lived (1885-1961).

1943-49 Aurelia Gravin van Limburg Sturm, Lady van Noordwijkerhout
Followed her father, Leopold in the title, and lived (1875-1949).

From 1951 Mr. Margaretha M. Warning, Lady in Grijsoord and Klinkerland
(b. 1921-)


Vrouw van Wiersse

... Maria Helena ten Broeck
Married A. B. Valck in 1709

Until 1746 Susanna Johanna Everdina Valck (1711-1746)
Succeeded her mother and arried to L. H. B. S. van Heeckeren (1696-1762)

1746-1759 Johanna Mauritia Agneta barones van Heeckeren (1805-1859)
Succeeded her relative.

1759-1762 Sara Agatha barones van Heeckeren (1801-1862)
Succeeded her sister.

1752-1893 Jacoba Louisa barones van Heeckeren (1811-1893)
Succeeded her sister. Married to J. B. graaf van Limburg Stirum (1815-1893)

1893-1906 Aurelie Caroline gravin van Limburg Stirum (1853-1906)
Suceeded her mother. Married to jonkheer V. E. L. de Stuers (1843-1916)

1906-88 Jonkvrouwe Alice de Stuers (1895-1988)
Succeeded her mother. Married to W. E. Gatacre (1878-1959)


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