von Hohenlohe (1265 – 19 October 1310) was the 14th Grand Master of the Teutonic Order, serving from 1297 to
1303. Hohenlohe was born to Kraft von Hohenlohe and Willeborg von Wertheim and hailed from the rich Hohenlohe family of Burg
Hohlach, near Uffenheim. He was also a relative of a previous grand master, Heinrich von Hohenlohe. Hohenlohe joined the Teutonic Order in 1279 and became a Komtur in Franconia in 1290. In 1294 he advanced to Deutschmeister, the position of the Master of the branch of the Order within Germany. As a close associate of Grand Master Konrad
von Feuchtwangen, he was chosen as his successor by
the capitulum in Venice in 1297.
Hohenlohe was regarded as passive concerning
further involvement of the Teutonic Order in Prussia and Livonia, as well as not having listened to requests made by these
provinces. The order's capitulum assembled in Memel requested Hohenlohe's resignation, which he signed in Elbing on October
18, 1303. Hohenlohe left Prussia and settled in
Germany where he received a bailiwick in Franconia. He tried to reestablish himself as grand master, but this claim
was rejected by his fellow knight-brothers, who had selected Siegfried von Feuchtwangen. Hohenlohe resided
in Ulm until he moved to Mergentheim in 1307 where he died. He was buried in Marburg.