Chapters: Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg, Palais Chotek. Source:
Wikipedia. Pages: 26. Not illustrated. Free updates online.
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charge. Excerpt: The Chotek family is an aristocratic family from
Bohemia, Czech Republic. The family is first documented in the 14th
century when Miloslav, his wife Wele and their son Wenlynus are
mentioned as masters of the Chockov estate near Radnice in the Plze
Region. The uninterrupted lineage of the family starts with Otto
Chotek of Chockov and Libl n. In the late 16th century, V clav
Chotek took the name of Chotkov and Vojn n, while his older brother
Adam Chotek retained the name of Chockov and Libl n. In 1685 the
coat of arms of the Chotek family was joined with the coat of arms
of the extinct Charwat von B rnstein family. On February 6, 1702, V
clav Anton n Chotek of Chotkov and Vojn n was received into the
Bohemian peerage in Vienna. On May 13, 1743, in Laxenburg he was
awarded the title of Bohemian Graf (Count) and on October 4, 1745
in Frankfurt am Main he was elevated to the rank of Reichsgraf.
After the death of Jan Nepomuk Rudolf Chotek of Chotkov and Vojn n,
the family split into four main branches created by his surviving
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