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  1. Hace 2 días · John William Friso was a great-grandson of Frederick Henry (through Countess Albertine Agnes of Nassau, another daughter) and was appointed heir in William III's will. The principality was captured by the forces of King Louis XIV of France under François Adhémar de Monteil, Count of Grignan , in the Franco-Dutch War in 1672, and again in August 1682.

  2. Hace 3 días · This yielded an older Nassau-Idstein line from 1480 to 1509, later merging once again with Nassau-Wiesbaden and Nassau-Weilburg and, from 1629 to 1721, a newer Nassau-Idstein line. In 1721, Idstein passed to Nassau-Ottweiler, and in 1728 to Nassau-Usingen, thereby losing its status as a residence town, although it became the seat of the Nassau Archives and of an Oberamt .

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  3. 1 de abr. de 2024 · Albertine Agnes died on the estate in 1696 and left it to her recently widowed daughter-in-law Henriëtte Amalia. Around 1708 the French architect Daniel Marot designed the Oranjewoud estate in classical baroque style, but in the end only two wings were realised. Also a huge formal garden was developed, of which the base is still visible today.

  4. 31 de mar. de 2024 · Amalia was born in Braunfels as a daughter of Count Johann Albrecht I of Solms-Braunfels (1563-1623) and his wife, Countess Agnes of Sayn-Wittgenstein (1568-1617). She was a member of the House of Solms, a ruling family with Imperial immediacy, and spent her childhood at the parental Braunfels castle. She became part of the court of Elizabeth ...

  5. 5 de abr. de 2024 · The Dutch royal family is known as the House of Orange-Nassau – meet the member of the monarchy from King Willem-Alexander to Countess Leonore and Queen Juliana

  6. 16 de mar. de 2024 · Isabella Charlotte of Nassau (22 January/28 April 1632 – 17 May 1642) Albertine Agnes of Nassau (9 April 1634 – 24 May 1696) Henriette Catherine of Nassau (10 February 1637 – 3 November 1708) Hendrik Lodewijk of Nassau (30 November 1639 – 19 December 1639) Maria of Nassau (5 September 1642 – 17/20 March 1688) Arms

  7. Hace 4 días · Countess Maria of Nassau: 7 February 1556: 10 October 1616: married Count Philip of Hohenlohe-Neuenstein: By Anna of Saxony (married 25 August 1561, annulled 22 March 1571; b. 23 December 1544, d. 18 December 1577) Countess Anna of Nassau: 31 October 1562: Died at birth. Countess Anna of Nassau: 5 November 1563: 13 June 1588