List of German noble families / L

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Surname Period Remarks coat of arms
La Roche since approx. 1000 Noble family from the Free County of Burgundy
Blason fam for La Roche (Ducs d'Athènes) (selon Gelre) .svg
Laar (Bentheim) since 1227 Burgmann family von Bentheim from Bentheim who called themselves von Laar
Laar to Laarwald.png
Laar from Salne (Bentheim) since 1380 Family from Overijssel who settled in the county of Bentheim
Laar zu Laarwald adH Salne.png
Babble 11th to 15th century Noble, old Bavarian noble family that named themselves after their headquarters in Prunn, Laaber and Breitenegg
Laber-Wappenbuch Rösch.jpg
Lacković first half of the 14th to 16th centuries noble family in the late medieval unified Croatian-Hungarian kingdom.
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Ladner of Ladenburg before 1400 noble family from Baden-Württemberg
Ladner von Ladenburg, family coat of arms.jpg
Laer ? originally Dutch, later Westphalian noble family
Van Laer wapen.svg
Laffert ennobled since 1303
Brunswick-Lüneburg patrician family, wealthy in Franconia and Mecklenburg after the ennoblement.
Laiming Mid-12th century to 1679 extinct Upper Bavarian noble family
Laineck extinct Franconian noble family, from the place of the same name Laineck (today part of Bayreuth in Upper Franconia). You were initially Ministeriale of the Meranians.
Lamberg since 1343 Carinthian-Krainer nobility, possibly a tribe with the Lords of Graben ; 1524 imperial barons; 1636 imperial counts, 1707 imperial princes; 1709 Landgrave of Leuchtenberg
Lambsdorff since 1239 Westphalian nobility, the full name of which is von der Wenge, called Lambsdorff . Vassals of the Teutonic Order. Wealthy in Livonia since the 15th century. 1880 Russian count status and Prussian count status confirmation with today's name.
Lamminger Mid-14th to 18th century Bavarian noble family
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from the Lancken (Lancken-Wakenitz) since 1285 old Rügisch-Pomeranian noble family; 1816 Swedish barons - there are also two other von der Lancken families with different coats of arms
Landenberg since 1177 Uradel of the County of Kyburg; 1773 French recognition of the baron class;
Landesbergen 12th century to 1881 Lower Saxon-Westphalian noble family -
Landsberg since 1115 old Bergisches and Westphalian noble families; 1648 Imperial barons for the Erwitte-Velen tribe; 1840 Prussian count for the same.
Landschad von Steinach 12th century to 1653 extinct medieval lower noble family
Landschad Siebmacher122 - Rhineland.jpg
Landstein 1194-1478 Bohemian noble family from the Witigonen family
Landstein coat of arms.jpg
Rural desert since 1325 Thuringian noble family
Landwüst coat of arms Hdb.png
Long since 1315 Lusatian nobility
Langen coat of arms Hdb.png
Long since 1706 wealthy mailing nobility in Western Pomerania and Mecklenburg-Schwerin; 1706 imperial nobility; Prussian freeman 1839.
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Long since 1276 Westphalian noble family (near Westbevern)
Langen coat of arms 190 7.png
Long since 1184 Westphalian noble family (near Meppen)
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Long coat from the RR ? old Augsburg patrician family; 1511 admission to the Tyrolean aristocratic register; 1763 and 1766 confirmation of the traditional nobility; 1779 hereditary baron class;
Long coat Siebmacher207 - Augsburg.jpg
Langenstein (Baden) since 1827 Baden noble family
Langenstein-Gondelsheim coat of arms.png
Langenstein (Switzerland) since 1191 Swiss aristocratic family with headquarters in Melchnau, Canton Bern
Langenstain coat of arms ZW.png
Langermann and Erlencamp since 1776 Mecklenburg noble family
Langmann 1352–1381 (?) extinct patrician family of the imperial city of Nuremberg
Langmann Siebmacher156 - 1703 - Patrician Nuremberg.jpg
Langwerth from Simmern since 1215 Middle and Upper Rhine nobility, has been using the title of baron since the 18th century
Lanzenkirchen 1130, 1132 Austrian noble family in Lanzenkirchen in Lower Austria -
Rag 1315-1419 extinct landlord family in the land of Hadeln
Coat of arms Lappe.jpg
Larisch since 1279 Upper Silesian nobility, 1654 Bohemian barons, 1748 Bohemian counts, 1791 Austrian counts Larisch von Mönnich
Lasser von Zollheim ? East Tyrolean-Salzburg noble family -
Latour ? Noble Graubünden family from Breil / Brigels in the Cadi in the Surselva in the Swiss canton of Graubünden -
Lattorff since 1182 old Anhalt noble family
Laubenberg since 1263 Swabian noble family; Ancestral castle was the Alt-Laubenberg near Grünenbach in Westallgäu Laubenberg Scheibler40ps.jpg
Laucha 1271 to 15th century extinct Thuringian gentry family
Coat of arms of those of Laucha.svg
Laucha 1223 to 16th century extinct Thuringian gentry from the town of Laucha in the Gotha district
Laucha coat of arms Sm.png
Lurking from Münchhofen since 1790 Prussian noble family
Lauer von Münchhofen-Wappen.jpg
Lauffen 1037-1212 Frankish noble family that died out early
Coat of arms Count von Lauffen (reconstruction) .svg
Le Coq since 1565 Huguenot family that later settled in Prussia and Saxony
LeCoq coat of arms1 Sm.png
Le Duchat de Dorville since 1538 Huguenot family that later settled in Prussia -
Le Fort 1035-1327 Genevan patrician family originally from Piedmont and descendants of Mecklenburg and Pomeranian noble families
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Lebenberg until 1426 extinct, old Tyrolean noble family
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Lechsgemünd-Graisbach 1035-1327 extinct Franconian-Bavarian noble family in the Middle Ages
Coat of arms Marxheim Bavaria.svg
Ledebur since 1195 Westphalian nobility; 1719 Bohemian barons; Austrian counts
Leden 13th century to 1557 Patrician and aristocratic family from Tecklenburg in Westphalia
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Ledochowski since 1457 Polish and Austrian noble families; 1800 heirloom-Austrian count dignity
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Empty since 1791 Mecklenburg noble family, 1791 imperial nobility, accepted into the Mecklenburg knighthood in 1821
Empty coat of arms.jpg
Lehndorff since 1236 East Prussian nobility; 1687 imperial count
Lehndorff coat of arms Hdb.png
Lehsten since 1255 Mecklenburg nobility, after name and coat of arms association with the v. Dingelstedt flourished in 1807 as a baron in Silesia
Lehwaldt since 1290 Lower Lusatian nobility
Leiningen since 1128 Noble counts from the Palatinate area; 1779 Princely
Leipa 1277-1682 extinct Bohemian family
Leipzig since 1185 Meissnian nobility
Quietly 1171-1538 Burgraves at Leisnig Castle (extinct) -
Lendersheim ? Franconian-Swabian noble family
Lengenbach ? noble, Bavarian-Lower Austrian noble family
Coat of arms of the Lords of Lengenbach.jpg
Lengerke since 1257 Osnabrück Council Family
Lengerke coat of arms Hdb.png
Lengheimb ? old noble family from Styria, which branched out as a knightly Styrian family with possessions in Carniola and Lower Austria
Lengheimb coat of arms 1582.jpg
Lenk from Wolfsberg Late 18th century until 1943 Austrian noble family;
Coat of arms of the barons Lenk von Wolfsberg 1829.png
Lentersheim 12th century to 1799 Franconian-Swabian noble family
Lenthe 1225-1907 extinct Lower Saxon nobility family
Lenzburg 1077-1173 extinct Swiss noble family -
Leonberg 1200-1319 Lower Bavarian noble family that died out in the Middle Ages
Leonhardi since 1610 Hessian noble family
Leonrod circa 1218 Middle Franconian nobility; 1745 imperial count status
Leoprechting since 1305 old Bavarian nobility; 1685 imperial barons, 1694 and 1813 Bavarian barons
Lepel since 1236 Pomeranian and Mecklenburg prehistoric nobility; House Nassenheide: Prussian counts 1749; House Grambow: 1810 westf. Count class; Netzelkow House: 1812 Westphalian recognition of the baronate; House Wieck: 1837 Prussian counts.
Coat of arms Lepel.svg
Lerch von Dirmstein 1281-1699 extinct nobility family from the Palatinate
Lerch Siebmacher133 - 1703 - Rhineland.jpg
Lerchenfeld since 1070 Bavarian nobility; 1653 imperial baron status; 1698 imperial count status
Lersner since 1447 Nobility from Hesse and later belonging to the imperial city patriciate in Frankfurt am Main
Lesche from Mühlheim 1258 to the 19th century Middle Hessian noble family
Lesedow since 18th century Estonian noble family, presumably of Scottish descent -
Lessel since 1112 Silesian nobility
Lessel coat of arms Hdb.png
L'Estocq ? Huguenot family that settled in Prussia
Coat of arms of l'estocq.jpg
Lettow-Vorbeck since 1330 Old Pomeranian noble family
Coat of arms Lettow-Vorbeck.jpg
Leublfing 1174-1985 extinct Lower Bavarian nobility; 1604 imperial baron status; 1690 imperial count status
Leuchtenberg 1146-1646 Noble family of the Middle Ages
Landgrave von Leuchtenberg Scheibler474ps.jpg
Leuth von Hachenburg End of the 15th century - approx. Mid 17th century Council family from Hachenburg in the west of the forest , in the 16./17. Century one of the leading civil servant families in Hesse, 1629 imperial aristocracy (expired)
Leuth von Hachenburg-Wappen.png
Leuthorst or Luthardessen since 1380 Lower Saxon noble family
Bd.VI.Abt.6 Plate62 Leuthorst.jpg
Leutrum von Ertingen since 1106 Swabian nobility; 1781 Sardinian counts; 1884 Württemberg barons and counts
Leutsch since 1182 Meissner nobility, later also in Silesia, Hanover and Prussia
Levetzow since 1219 mecklenburg nobility; 1751 Danish counts; 1867 barons in Austria; 1907 Prussian baron class
Lewinski since 1526 old Pomerellian-Kashubian noble family
von der Leyen since 879 noble family from the Moselle; 1653 imperial baron status; 1711 imperial count; 1806 Princely
von der Leyen (to Bloemersheim) Krefeld noble family, Prussian baron class 1816
Von der Leyen-Wappen.jpg
Leyser since 1239 old German-Austrian family of scholars from Winnenden in Württemberg, ennobled in single lines; Imperial nobility 1739, 1770 and 1790, in the latter year also imperial barons for one line.
Leyser coat of arms Hdb.png
Leyser from Lambsheim 1368-1746 Palatinate noble family, named after the place Lambsheim
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Lichnowsky since 1377 Upper Silesian nobility; Barons; 1727 Bohemian counts; 1773 Prussian princes.
Coat of arms Lichnowsky Werdenberg.jpg
Lichtenberg 12th century Frankish counts -
Lichtenberg 1197 to the 15th century extinct Alsatian noble family
XIngeram Codex 093f-Liechtenberg.jpg
Lichtenburg 1203 to the end of the 16th century extinct North Bohemian noble family;
Family coat of arms of Lichtenburg.png
Lichtenhain 1129-1798 extinct Thuringian nobility;
Lichtenhain Siebmacher149 - Thuringia.jpg
Lichtenstein (Franconia) 1336-1850 extinct Franconian noble family
Lichtenstein (Austria) since 1136 one of the oldest Austrian noble families
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Dear lord since 1731 Pomeranian noble family, (1727) 1731 imperial nobility, 1816 Mecklenburg indigenous people
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Liebenau since 1231 Meissen noble family, 1659 imperial nobility, 1764 Prussian nobility confirmation
Liebenau coat of arms Sm.png
Love stone since 1200 Originally from Alsace, the nobility family; Barons
Dear since 1845 Hessian noble family
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Liechtenstein since 1136 one of the oldest Austrian noble families
Liechtenstein CoA.jpg
Liechtenstein-Kastelkorn 13th century to 1761 extinct noble family from South Tyrol; Ministerials of the Bishops of Trento and the Counts of Tyrol
Liechtenstein-Kastelkorn-St-Wappen Sm kol.png
Lieli 13th to 15th century Swiss ministerial family in the wake of the Counts of Kyburg, later the Counts of Habsburg -
Lienz and Lueg up to the 16th century Austrian noble family
Coat of arms of the Burgraves of Lienz and Lueg.png
Lieven since approx. 1191 German Baltic-Liv sex; 1654 Swedish barons, 1720 Swedish counts, 1799 Russian counts, 1801 imperial counts, 1826 Russian princes
League salt since 1583 Munich patrician family, which was raised to the nobility in 1583 as league salt in Ascholding
Lilies since 1307 Westphalian noble family; 1798 knightly imperial nobility and coat of arms confirmation; 1756 imperial baron status
Family coat of arms
Lilies to Borg
Lily field since 1650 Swedish-Baltic noble family
Lilienfeld CoA.png
Limburg 13th to early 15th century Short-lived noble family ruling Limburg an der Lahn in the 13th and 14th centuries, a branch of the family of the Counts of Isenburg
Blason Jean II d'Isenbourg Seigneur de Limbourg sur Lahn.svg
Limburg-Arlon 11.–13./14. century Family of the counts and (from 1140) dukes of Limburg -
Limburg-Stirum since 1056 noble counts on the Lower Rhine;
from the linden tree since 1317 Prussian noble family, also represented in the patriciate of Thorn and Danzig, from the early 17th century spread to Silesia and Pomerania; 1631 Swedish indigenous people, 1653 Swedish barons
Von der Linde-Wappen.png
Linden (Pomerania) 1705-1785 Short-lived nobility from Pomerania - merged into the Heyden-Linden family
Linden (Switzerland / Southern Germany) since 1780 Swiss-South German aristocratic family from the Principality of Liège, which was raised to imperial nobility by Emperor Joseph II in Vienna in 1780; see also Lynden
Linden-Tyroff HA.jpg
Lindenau since 1181 Meissnian-Saxon nobility
Lindenfels since 1497 Noble family from the Franconian and Upper Palatinate area; 1812 barons
Lindenfels coat of arms Hdb.png
Lindequist since 1792 1792 Imperial nobility
Lindequist coat of arms Hdb.png
Lindow-Ruppin approx. 13th century - 1524 noble family of counts in the late Middle Ages, branch line of the Counts of Arnstein
Lindstedt since 1809 Thuringian postal nobility; 1912 nobility in the princes of Schwarzburg -
Lingen since 1845 Inclusion in the ösel register of nobility in 1845, before that it was probably used by customary law of the nobility predicate
Linger 1701 to? Prussian mail nobility, 1701 Prussian nobility, 1787 Prussian nobility in the form of a nobility renewal
Left from Lützenwick until 1844 Thuringian noble family
Lentil singing 1170/1230 noble free Hessian nobility, 1684 and 1783 imperial baron, 1769 Kurmainz. Confirmation of the baron status, 1813 Kgl. Westphalian confirmation of the baronate, 1816 Kgl. Prussian count, 1818 English naturalization as Count Linsingen of Linsingen and Baron Linsingen, 1862 French aristocratic naturalization as Baron de Linsingen
Siebmacher182 Linsingen.jpg
Linstow since 1281 Mecklenburg nobility, since 1777 Danish nobility naturalization
Linstow coat of arms.png
Liphart since 17th century German-Baltic noble family
Lipharti suguvõsa aadlivapp.jpg
from / to the lip since 1123 (or 913) German ruling family, possibly descending from the Counts of Werl (since 913); Abdication 1918
from the lip since 1180 Westphalian nobility; 1916 Austrian recognition of the baron status.
Liudolfinger 866-1024 Saxon noble family and medieval German ruling dynasty -
Livonius since 1570 Nobility from Saxony, Prussian nobility in 1860, 1861 and 1888
Livonius coat of arms
Lobdeburg 12-15 century extinct noble family originating from Franconia
Lobdeburg Hartmann.jpg
Hartmannian tribe
Lobdeburg Ottoische Stamm.jpg
Otto tribe
Lobkowitz (Lobkowicz) 1408 Older tribe: 1840 barons; Younger tribe, Chlumetz line: 1624 imperial princes; 1786 title of duke; Bilin line: 1635/1670 Imperial Counts
Locatelli since 1229 old noble family who came from Bergamo and came to Austria; 1229 nobility diploma; 1647 baron class; 1816 Counts
COA Locatelli 2 - Tyroff AT.png
Lochau since 1445 Saxon, Prussian and Bavarian noble families
Lochau coat of arms Baer.jpg
Lochner (Lochner von Hüttenbach) since 1274 Franconian nobility; 1814 Bavarian barons
Lochner von Hüttenbach-Wappen.png
Lochow since 1241 Havelländischer Uradel
Lockstaedt since 1253 Primeval nobility from Central Markets, spread to Pomerania, East Prussia and Russia
Lockstaedt coat of arms.jpg
Lode since 1229 German-Baltic nobility; 1630 Swedish indigenous community; 1810 Finnish indigenous people
Lode 1242-1731 Pomeranian nobility
Lodron since 1124 Originally an Italian noble family from Trentino that also gained a foothold in the German-speaking area in the 16th and 17th centuries
Loë since 1251 Westphalian nobility; 1629 Imperial Barons; 1707 electoral Brandenburg imperial count status
Löbbecke since the 14th century Merchant family from Iserlohn. In the 19th century many, mostly resident members of the family were raised to the Prussian nobility.
Loebell since 1290 Silesian nobility
Loeben since 1253 primeval noble family of lords, barons and counts; 1642 imperial baron status; 1790 imperial count status
Spoon wood from Colberg since 1385 Patrician family of the imperial city of Nuremberg; 1708 imperial baron status
Spoon wood Siebmacher206 - Nuremberg.jpg
Löwensprung dipper since 1516 East Prussian sex; 1647 nobility; Polish Lölhöffels called themselves Lelewel since 1768 .
Lölhöffel v Löwensprung-Wappen Sm.png
Lösch von Hilkertshausen ? Bavarian noble family
Coat of arms Hilgertshausen.png
Losnich from 1226 Rhineland noble family -
Löw von Steinfurth since 1301 Originally from the Middle Rhine, today from the Hessian noble family.
Naumburger Salbuch Georg Loew von Steinfurth.jpg
Lion's Arch 1160/1253 Hessian nobility family
Löwenstein-Wertheim 1463 German nobility; 1494 imperial count; 1813 Wuerttemberg princes
Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg 1611 Line of the House of Löwenstein-Wertheim acquired through inheritance in 1611; 1712 Princely
Coat of arms of the princes of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Freudenberg.  koloriert.png
Lion star since 1537 German-Baltic nobility from Estonia and Livonia, originally Rigemann, from 1650 Swedish nobility as "Rigemann von Löwenstern", later barons
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Lion star since 1667 South German noble family
Loewenstern coat of arms LD.png
Lion wolves 1299-1872 German-Baltic nobility, barons (recognized in 1854), 1726 Russian count, 1740 imperial count
Lowis of Menar since 1434 German-Baltic noble family that came from Scotland
Logau 1305 to the 20th century old Silesian noble family. 1605 Bohemian barons as "Logau and Olbersdorf", 1733 title of count.
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Logothetti ? came from an originally Greek family who rose to the Venetian and then Austrian counts through their actions
Coat of arms of the Counts of Logothetti after Tyroff.png
Lohra 1116 to 1227 Thuringian noble family, rulers of the county of Lohra
Lonstorf 1167-1342 extinct ministerial family of the bishops of Passau -
Loos from Losimfeldt 1167-1342 Bohemian and Austrian noble families; 1861 Austrian nobility title -
Looz-Corswarem since 1016 originally Belgian noble family
Looz Corswarem Coat of Arms WWB 216.jpg
Laurel of storks 1571-1857 extinct curb-Bavarian aristocratic family; 1571 imperial nobility
Lorber-von-Stoerchen coat of arms.gif
Lorber from Lorberau since 1741 extinct Austrian noble family; 1741 nobility
Lorenz since 1790 Saxon, Silesian and Prussian noble families
Lorenz coat of arms.jpg
Losenstein since 1252 Noble family with ancestral castle Losenstein in Losenstein (Upper Austria), which also branched out in Lower Austria, Bavaria and Northern Bohemia and are among the Apostle families of Austria
CoA Losenstein Family.svg
Lossow (Lossau) since 1208 Brandenburg primeval nobility
Loudon since 1759 German-Baltic noble family
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Lowtzow since 1292 old Mecklenburg noble family with the parent company Levitzow near Teterow
Lucius since 1888 Thuringian family with lineage since the 17th century, Prussian nobility on May 5, 1888
Luck since 1253 German nobility from Silesia
Luck coat of arms SWB.png
Luckner since 1778 Danish - German noble family. 1778 Danish barons, 1784 Danish counts, 1787 Electoral Palatinate Bavarian nobility
Count's coat of arms of Luckner 2.gif
Ludowinger 1080-1247 Ruling dynasty in medieval Thuringia and Hesse
COA family de Landgraves of Hessen.svg
Ludwig von Demuth ? extinct, Ermland-Prussian noble family
Ludwig von Demuth coat of arms.PNG
Ludwigstorff since 1703 Austrian high nobility
Coat of arms of the Barons von Ludwigstorff 1703.jpg
Lüchau 1266-1756 extinct Upper Franconian noble family
Gaps since (1286) 1351 old Mecklenburg noble family
Lüder since 1696 Brandenburg and later also the Baltic postal nobility; -
Luderitz since 1247 Old Marks nobility;
Lüdinghausen called Wolff since 1174 Westphalian nobility; later in the Baltic States
Luedinghausen called Wolff-Wappen.png
from the Lühe since 1230 Mecklenburg nobility
Lünde since 1354 Hanoverian patrician family -
Luneburg 1302–1741 or 1625–1961 (female line since 1950) two unrelated noble families: 1) originally from the Hanseatic city of Lüneburg, which rose in the Lübeck patriciate. In 1641 the Lüneburg families belong to the circle society whose nobility is confirmed by the emperor; 2) morganatic sex, which from the herzogl. House of Braunschweig and Lüneburg, continued through adoption of a daughter line since 1950 (of the tribe of the Barons von dem Bussche-Haddenhausen)
Lüneburg coat of arms (patrician) .png
Patrician family
Lüneburg coat of arms (morgan) .png
morganatic Lüneburg
Lüninck since 1444 Rhenish-Westphalian noble family; 1845 Prussian recognition of the baron class
Lürwald since 1313 old Westphalian noble family
Luerwald coat of arms 204 7.png
Lürzer from Zechenthal since 1671 Salzburg noble family
Coat of arms Lürzer von Zechenthal 2.jpg
Lüschwitz until the 18th century extinct Franconian noble family originating in the Saxon region
Lütgendorf since 1699 German-Austrian noble family -
Liège since 1355 Meissnian nobility; 1769 imperial count (line Kmehlen, younger house); 1791 Imperial Counts (Tjele line, younger house); 1865 Freiherren (Kmehlen line, older house); 1877 barons (Ulberdorf line).
Liettwitz since 1321 German nobility; 1845 Prussian recognition of the title of baron since 1730; 1741 title of baron for the Reuthau tribe;
Lützelburg since 1166 Lorraine nobility; 1665 Imperial and Hereditary-Austrian old gentry, 1666 Saxon baron, French recognition of the baronate for the entire family, 1812 entry in the baron class of the Bavarian nobility matriculation
Lützow (Lützau) since 1287 Mecklenburg primeval nobility; 1643 Renewal of the Imperial Barons' status (Goldenbow House); Imperial Count 1692 (Seedorf line); 1786 Bohemian barons (House Groß-Brütz); 1869 Prussian barons (Schwechow House)
Luitpoldinger 807-989 early medieval family of the Frankish imperial aristocracy -
Lukowitz ? Lithuanian, Polish, Pomeranian and Prussian noble families
POL COA Newlin 0.svg
Lumerins since 1231 Graubünden noble family
Hans Lombris.jpg
Lupping 1065-1582 extinct noble family with possessions in the Baar, in the Black Forest, in Klettgau and in Alsace
Lupfen Scheibler53ps.jpg
Luternau since 1226 Kyburg and Habsburg ministerial family
Bern, Münster, church place name sign Hans Rudolf von Luternau.JPG
Luttelnau 1295-1417 Extinct Westphalian noble family with possessions in Essen
Luxburg since 1386 St. Gallen Council Family; 1776 Imperial Knighthood; 1779 Imperial Baroness; 1790 imperial count status;
Luxembourg 1288-1437 German princely dynasty which, along with the Habsburgs, provided most of the Roman-German kings of the late Middle Ages; The house Luxemburg-Ligny is the younger line of the German house Limburg-Arlon naturalized in France
Arms of the Count of Luxembourg, svg
Lynar since 1347 Prussian count family of Italian origin; 1807 Austrian princes
Coat of arms Lynar.jpg
Lyncker since 1658 and 1688 Hessian, later also Saxon, postal nobility
Lynden ? old, originally Geldrian noble family; see also Linden
Lynden wapen.svg