Synonyms for nassau_dillenburg or Related words with nassau_dillenburg

nassau_saarbrücken              nassau_siegen              nassau_weilburg              nassau_hadamar              nassau_idstein              holstein_rendsburg              nassau_ottweiler              nassau_dietz              isenburg_büdingen              solms_laubach              hanau_lichtenberg              baden_durlach              leiningen_westerburg              saxe_eisenach              brandenburg_ansbach              palatinate_simmern              waldeck_eisenberg              schleswig_holstein_sonderburg              brunswick_grubenhagen              leiningen_dagsburg              waldeck_wildungen              nassau_wiesbaden_idstein              stolberg_wernigerode              nassau_beilstein              saxe_lauenburg              hesse_philippsthal              brunswick_wolfenbüttel              isenburg_grenzau              schauenburg              zweibrücken_bitsch              holstein_plön              hesse_darmstadt              hanau_münzenberg              brunswick_lüneburg              anhalt_zerbst              mecklenburg_güstrow              schwarzburg_sondershausen              landgrave              virneburg              saxe_weimar              nassau_usingen              count_palatine              bavaria_straubing              sponheim_starkenburg              palatinate_sulzbach              hohenlohe_neuenstein              elector_palatine              schleswig_holstein_sonderburg_plön              saxe_altenburg              brandenburg_bayreuth             



Examples of "nassau_dillenburg"
After John VI of Nassau-Dillenburg died in 1606, Nassau-Dillenburg was divided among his five surviving sons:
John III, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg (died either in 1429/1430 or 1433) was Count of Nassau-Dillenburg in Siegen and Dillenburg and son of Count John I, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg and Margareta of the Marck.
John II, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg (c. 1365-May 1443 at Dillenburg) was Count of Nassau-Dillenburg in Siegen and Dillenburg and son of Count John I, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg and Margareta of the Marck.
Maria of Nassau-Dillenburg (1568-1625) was a daughter of Count John VI "the Elder" of Nassau-Dillenburg and his first wife, Countess Elisabeth of Leuchtenberg.
Adolf, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg (1362–1420) was a son of Count John I, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg and Margareta of the Marck.
Adriana of Nassau-Dillenburg (7 February 1449 – 15 January 1477) was a daughter of Count John IV of Nassau-Dillenburg and his wife Maria of Loon-Heinsberg.
John died childless in 1328 and Henry inherited Nassau-Dillenburg. Henry moved to Dillenburg and his descendants are known as the Nassau-Dillenburg line.
In 1588, John Louis married Maria of Nassau-Dillenburg, daughter of John VI, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg. They had the following children:
As John was unmarried, his possessions fell to his surviving brothers. Initially, Henry and Emicho administered Nassau-Dillenburg jointly. Later, Emicho renounced his rights, and Henry gave Nassau-Dillenburg to his eldest son, Otto II. In 1343, Otto II also inherited Nassau-Siegen. Thus, John was the only member of the short-lived older Nassau-Dillenburg line, and Otto II found the younger Nassau-Dillenburg line. The main line of this younger Nassau-Dillenburg line died out in 1739; the cadet line Orange-Nassau still rules the Netherlands.
Anna of Nassau-Dillenburg (–1514) was a Flemish-German philanthropist.
Prince Henry of Nassau-Dillenburg (born 28 August 1641 in Dillenburg; died: 18 April 1701 at Ludwigsbrunn Castle) was a Prince of Nassau-Dillenburg from 1662 until his death. He was the son of George Louis, Prince of Nassau-Dillenburg (1618–1656) and his wife, Anna Augusta (17 December 1612 – 9 June 1673), a daughter of Duke Henry Julius of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel.
Albert, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg (1 November 1596 in Dillenburg – 16 June 1626 in Quakenbrück) was a son of Count George of Nassau-Dillenburg and his first wife, Anna Amalia of Nassau-Saarbruucken. After his father died in 1623, he ruled Nassau-Dillenburg jointly with his elder brother Louis Henry until Albert died himself in 1626.
Albert and Anna of Nassau-Dillenburg had the following children:
In 1343, Nassau-Beilstein was split off from Nassau-Dillenburg.
377. Charlotte Amalie, Countess of Nassau-Dillenburg (mother of 188)
Secondly, he married on 16 Aprile 1603 with Countess Elisabeth of Nassau-Dillenburg (1564-1611) a daughter of Johann VI, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg and widow of Philip IV, Count of Nassau-Weilburg but the marriage was childless.
After John III's death, Nassau-Beilstein fell back to Nassau-Dillenburg. It was split off again in 1607 for George, who inherited the rest of Nassau-Dillenburg in 1620.
In 1303, Otto's sons divided the possessions of the Ottonian line. Henry received Nassau-Siegen, John received Nassau-Dillenburg and Emicho I received Nassau-Hadamar. After John's death. Nassau-Dillenburg fell to Henry.
In 1328, John of Nassau-Dillenburg died unmarried and childless, and Dillenburg fell to Henry of Nassau-Siegen. For counts of Nassau-Siegen in between 1343 and 1606, see "Counts of Nassau-Dillenburg" above.
Maria Amalia of Nassau-Dillenburg (27 August 1582 – 31 October 1635) was a daughter of John VI, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg and his second wife, Countess Palatine Kunigunde Jakobäa of Simmern.