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  1. He also served as regent, together with his brother Henry, for their nephew, Frederick II, in Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg. Henry: 19 November 1650: 1675–1710: 13 May 1710: Ernestine Saxe-Römhild: Marie Elisabeth of Hesse-Darmstadt 1 March 1676 Darmstadt no children: Son of Ernest I. Received Saxe-Römhild. Left no descendants and his lands were ...

  2. When William III died childless, the patrilineal ancestry of Orange-Nassau became extinct. In contrast to other provinces of the Dutch Republic, Friesland, Groningen and Drenthe had mostly drawn its stadtholders from the House of Nassau, that starting with John VI, the brother of William of Orange, and comprises in addition a matrilineal ancestry with the house of Orange-Nassau.

  3. Prince Maximilian of Baden (8 December 1796 – 6 March 1882). By 1817, the descendants of Charles Frederick by his first wife were dying out. To prevent Baden from being inherited by the next heir (his brother-in-law King Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria ), the reigning Grand Duke, Charles (grandson of the first Grand Duke), changed the succession law to give the Hochberg family full dynastic ...

  4. Wilhelm III. Prinz von Oranien (* 4. November jul. / 14. November 1650 greg. in Den Haag; † 8. März jul. / 19. März 1702 greg. im Kensington Palace in Kensington) entstammte dem Haus Oranien-Nassau und war von 1672 bis zu seinem Tode Statthalter der Niederlande.

  5. Frederick Henry: Stadtholder of Utrecht, Guelders and Overijssel; In office 1590 – 23 April 1625: Preceded by: Adolf van Nieuwenaar: Succeeded by: Frederick Henry: Stadtholder of Groningen; In office 1620 – 23 April 1625: Preceded by: William Louis: Succeeded by: Ernst Casimir: Personal details; Born: 14 November 1567 Dillenburg, County of ...

  6. Henry Casimir II Prince of Nassau-Dietz 1657–1696 Stadtholder of Friesland, Groningen and Drenthe: John William Friso 1687–1711 appointed heir by William III Prince of Orange r.1702 Stadholder of Frieslandr.1696: Anne Princess Royal of England: William IV 1711–1751 Prince of Orange Stadholder of Holland, Zealand, etc. 1747: Wilhelmina of ...

  7. However, he had to split the Dutch properties with the King of Prussia who also descended from William I. Johan Willem Friso's son, William IV, Prince of Orange, inherited a number of Nassau territories besides his paternal Nassau-Dietz, namely Nassau-Hadamar in 1711, Nassau-Siegen in 1734, and Nassau-Dillenburg in 1739.