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Bentheim-Tecklenburg was a German district based in the region around Tecklenburg in northern North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Bentheim-Tecklenburg emerged as a partition of the County of Bentheim in 1277, and was partitioned between itself and Bentheim-Lingen in 1450. Count Conrad converted his County to Lutheranism in 1541. In 1557, it was inherited by Bentheim-Steinfurt.

Counts of Bentheim-Tecklenburg (1277 - 1557)

  • Otto III (1277 - 1338)
  • Otto IV (1289 - 1302)
  • Otto V (1302 - 1328)
  • Richardis (1328 - 1338)
  • Nicholas I (Count of Alt-Bruchhausen and Schwerin) (1338 - 1360)
  • Otto VI (1360 - 1388)
  • Nicholas II (1388 - 1426)
  • Otto VII (1426 - 1450)
  • Nicholas III (Count of Bentheim-Lingen) (1450 - 1493)
  • Otto VIII (1493 - 1526)
  • Conrad (Count of Bentheim-Lingen) (1526 - 1557)


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