Clam-Martinic
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Clam-Martinic
Coat of Arms of the Counts of Clam-Martinitz, Barons of Höhenberg
Clam Castle, Upper Austria
Lady Selina Meade (1797-1872), who married the Count of Clam-Martinic, painted by Thomas Lawrence in Vienna in 1819

Clam-Martinic is a noble family from the former Habsburg Empire. It was established when Carl Josef, Count of Clam, a member of the old Austrian noble family Clam, married Maria Anna, Imperial Countess of Martinic (z Martinicz or Martinicové in Czech), a member of an old Czech Bohemian noble family claimed to be descended from the Vr?ovci family.[1]

The family originates from Berg near Henndorf am Wallersee and appeared under the name Berger or Perger. Around 1209 a Carinthian branch owned Höhenbergen castle near Völkermarkt. In 1524, the family acquired Clam Castle in Upper Austria, which to this day is owned by the family.

Prominent members

References

  1. ^ Roman von Prochazka: Genealogisches Handbuch erloschener böhmischer Herrenstandsfamilien, Band I; Rangordnung des böhmischen Fürsten- und Herrenstandes mit der Liste der dreissig ältesten Herrenstandfamilien von Jahr 1501. Verlag Degener & Co, Neustadt an der Aisch 1973, ISBN 3-7686-5002-2, S. 15, Übersicht und Ahnentafel zu Martinic S. 183, 186.

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