Joseph Nicholas of Windisch-Graetz
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Joseph Nicholas of Windisch-Graetz
Joseph Nicholas
Count of Windisch-Graetz
Baron of Waldstein and Thal
Born(1744-12-06)6 December 1744
Died24 January 1802(1802-01-24) (aged 57)
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Noble familyWindisch-Graetz
Spouse(s)Maria Josepha Reinharda Raimunda Countess Erdödy
Maria Leopoldine Franziska of Arenberg
Issue
FatherLeopold Carl Joseph of Windish-Graetz
MotherMaria Antonia Josepha of Khevenhüller

Joseph Louis Nicholas, Count of Windisch-Graetz, Baron of Waldstein and Thal (6 December 1744 – 24 January 1802 in ?t?ke?) was an Austrian nobleman, a member of the House of Windisch-Graetz, and was chamberlain to Archduchess Marie Antoinette of Austria. He was the second son of Count Leopold Carl Joseph of Windish-Graetz (1718-1746) and his wife Countess Maria Antonia Josepha von Khevenhüller (1726-1746).

Family archive

On 12 May 1781, he purchased the lordships of Tachov, Ct?nice, and ?t?ke? from Ernestine Fuchs von Bimbach, the widow of Count Adam Philip Losy von Losinthal. Here he founded his extensive family archive. His descendants later move this archive to the former Kladruby monastery, which they had acquired after it had been secularized.

Marriages and issue

Joseph Nicholas married twice. His first wife was Countess Maria Josepha Reinharda Raimunda Erdödy de Monyorókerék et Monoszló (5 April 1748 – 10 April 1777).[1]

His second wife was Duchess Maria Leopoldine Franziska of Arenberg (31 July 1751 – 26 August 1812); he married her in Brussels on 30 August 1781. Their son Alfred (11 May 1787 in Brussels – 21 March 1862, Vienna) was raised to the rank of prince in 1804. Their daughter Sophie Luise married Prince Karl of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg.

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