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  1. William Louis, Count of Nassau-Saarbrücken. Mother. Anna Amalia of Baden-Durlach. John Louis, Count of Nassau-Ottweiler (23 May 1625, Saarbrücken – 9 February 1690, Reichelsheim, was first Count of Nassau-Ottweiler. At times, he was Major General, Regent of the other Nassau territories and chief of the House of Nassau .

  2. Frederick Louis of Nassau-Ottweiler (13 November 1651 – 25 May 1728) was a member of the House of Nassau. Biography. He was born in Ottweiler, the son of John Louis, Count of Nassau-Ottweiler and Countess Palatine Dorothea Catherine of Birkenfeld-Bischweiler. He was count of Nassau-Ottweiler from 1680 until his death.

  3. Son of William Louis. In 1659 divided the land with his other brothers, in which he received Ottweiler. Count of Nassau-Saarbrücken and (1659–80) in Ottweiler, Jungenheim, and Wöllstein. Between 1677 and 1680 he also served as regent for Count John Ernest of Nassau-Weilburg. 1659-1690: Nassau-Ottweiler: William II: 27 May 1626: 1647-1650: 6 November 1650

    Ruler
    Ruler
    Born
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    1093-1117
    c.1117
    c.1090
    1117-1154
    c.1154
    c.1090
    1117-1148
    After 1154
    c.1137
    1154-1159
    c.1159
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    • Nassau
  4. Frederick Louis of Nassau-Ottweiler (13 November 1651 – 25 May 1728) was a member of the House of Nassau. Biography. He was born in Ottweiler, the son of John Louis, Count of Nassau-Ottweiler and Countess Palatine Dorothea Catherine of Birkenfeld-Bischweiler. He was count of Nassau-Ottweiler from 1680 until his death.

  5. John Louis Count of Nassau-Ottweiler (23 May 1625 Saarbrücken – 9 February 1690 Reichelsheim) was first Count of Nassau-Ottweiler. At times he was Major General Regent of the other Nassau territories and chief of the House of Nassau.