The body of Countess Walsegg was placed in the tomb erected by her husband but was vandalised at the time of the Napoleonic invasion. The body was eventually transferred back once more to the family crypt in Schottwien parish church. The monument fell into disrepair and when parts of it were taken for building purposes it virtually disappeared. However, a local history of Gloggnitz was penned by three local school teachers around the end of the 19th century in which they incorporated information provided by older members of the community. Using a section of this narrative about Stuppach and the former tomb, the site on which it had stood was identified towards the end of the 20th century by local historians. Very little remained and a few of the stone fragments still left have been acquired by the Amadeus Trust in Belfast for safe keeping.