|1628 - 1711|
Counts of the Wetterau
|Partitioned from I.-Büdingen-Birstein||1628|
Isenburg-Offenbach was the name of a state of the Holy Roman Empire, based around Offenbach and Neu Isenburg (built by the counts in 1699) in modern Hesse, Germany. It was created as a partition of Isenburg-Büdingen-Birstein in 1628. In 1711 the immediacy passed to Isenburg-Birstein while the line was partitioned into Isenburg-Eisenberg and Isenburg-Philippseich.
|Wolfgang Henry||1628 - 1635|
|John Louis||1635 - 1685||Count of Isenburg-Birstein|
|John Philip||1685 - 1711||Count of Isenburg-Philippseich|
|Christian Henry||1685 - 1711||Count of Isenburg-Eisenberg|