1492 his son Hermann von Keyserlingk fought in Livland for the Teutonic Order. For this Walter von Plettenberg gave him fiefs in Courland. In Prussia, tsarist Russia and the Electorate of Saxony his descendants worked for the state and in 18th century four of them gained the title of Graf. From this 4 Graf-lines 2 still exist. There is also a Freiherr-line. There are a number of interesting articles on Keyserling(k) as well as an extensive bibliography on the family website at: http://keyserlingk.info.
The Keyserlingks have family relations with Barrett, von Below, von Bogen, Bordehl von Bordelius, von Braun, von der Brueggen, von Dehn, Finck von Finckenstein, von Grotthuss, von Hahn, Hillis, von Kleist, von Lieven, von der Pahlen, Perkins, Popp, von Quistorp, von Rahden, von der Recke, von Roenne, von der Ropp, Ruggels, Schick, Schirinski Schikhmatoff, Spano, Sponholtz, Thurn and Taxis, Turcot, Wadenstierna and Wilson.
Reichsgraf Hermann Carl von Keyserlingk (1696 - 1764) who was the Russian ambassador to Saxony helped Johann Sebastian Bach to get the title Court composer to the King of Poland and the Elector of Saxony, received from Frederick Augustus I of Saxony in 1733.
Measures of lameness may need to be more sensitive for dairy cows.(Nutrition And Health/ Dairy)(Bedding materials; dairy cows' preference for sand vs. granite fines studied)(housing alternatives of cattle for better farm management)
Apr 12, 2004; Lameness is now identified as the most common malady of dairy cows, said Dan Weary and Nina von Keyserlingk, faculty...