The imperial counts Fugger von Glött are a line of the Augsburg merchant family Fugger von der Lilie . They were wealthy in Glött ( Dillingen an der Donau district ). In 1869, the Fugger-Glött sold Glött Castle to the Regens-Wagner Foundations .
The rule of Glött was acquired in 1537 by Anton Fugger (1493-1560). His son Hans Fugger (1531–1598) inherited the lordships of Glött, Kirchheim , Stettenfels Castle and Duttenstein . Anton Fugger's great-grandson, Johann Ernst, founded the Fugger-Glött line, which has since become extinct in the male line, as a branch of the Fugger von der Lilie .
The place Glött became the seat of the rule of the imperial counts Fugger-Glött with the places Baumgarten (1621 the rule Baumgarten was bought by the Fuggers), Dürrlauingen , Hafenhofen , Windhausen and Winterbach . Due to the Rhine Confederation Act in 1806, rule came to the Kingdom of Bavaria as part of mediatization . "At the end of the 18th century, the Fugger-Glött owned the Glött rulership , acquired in 1537, and the Hilgartsberg , Oberndorf am Lech and Ellgau rulers ." In 1869, the Fugger von Glött sold Glött Castle . The Fugger Castle in Kirchheim / Swabia , owned by the Fugger since 1551, came to the Fugger von Glött Count's line in 1878.
Joseph-Ernst Fugger von Glött (1895–1981) was childless and adopted his nephew Albert (* 1932), son of his older sister Maria (1894–1935) and Ferdinand Graf von Arco -Zinnebergs (1882–1940), who took the name Graf Fugger von Glött accepted and inherited the Fugger Castle in Kirchheim / Swabia .
- Joseph Wilhelm von Fugger-Glött (1683–1749), canon in Cologne and Constance
- Johann Karl Philipp von Fugger-Glött (1691–1748), canon and choir bishop of the cathedral chapter in Cologne , canon of the collegiate chapter in Ellwangen and canon of St. Gereon in Cologne
- Franz Karl Joseph von Fugger-Glött (1708–1769), titular bishop of Domitiopolis , auxiliary bishop in Konstanz (1739–1769)
- Anton Ignaz von Fugger-Glött (1711–1787), bishop of the diocese of Regensburg and prince of the associated bishopric ; Prince provost of the Ellwangen canons
- Felix Adam Joseph von Fugger-Glött (1719–1770), canon in Cologne and Constance and choir bishop of the Cologne cathedral chapter
- Leopold Fugger von Glött (1797-1859), royal Bavarian government official
- Theodor Fugger von Glött (1823–1850), freedom fighter from 1849, participant in the uprising in the Bavarian Rhine Palatinate
- Fidel Ferdinand von Fugger-Glött founded a leather factory with an oil mill in Schretzheim in 1855
- Hermann Joseph von Fugger-Glött (1833–1902), German Roman Catholic theologian
- Joseph Fugger von Glött (1869–1903), German officer in the Imperial Protection Force and head of the German colonial administration in Adamaua
- Carl Ernst Prince Fugger von Glött (1859–1940), Crown Marshal and President of the Chamber of Imperial Councils of the Kingdom of Bavaria
- Joseph-Ernst Fugger von Glött (1895–1981), German politician of the CSU
- Werner Meyer (arrangement): The art monuments of the district of Dillingen on the Danube. Munich 1972, ISBN 3-486-43541-8 . (Series: The art monuments of Bavaria. The art monuments of Swabia. Vol. VII. District of Dillingen an der Donau )
- The district of Dillingen ad Donau, past and present . Ed. from the district of Dillingen ad Donau, 3rd revised edition, Dillingen an der Donau 2005.
- Gerhard Köbler : Historical lexicon of the German countries. The German territories from the Middle Ages to the present. 7th, completely revised edition. CH Beck, Munich 2007, ISBN 978-3-406-54986-1 , p. 128.
- Köbler, p. 128