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  1. In 1499 Henry's uncle, count Engelbert II, invited Henry to the Burgundian Netherlands as his heir. He travelled with Philip the Handsome to Castile in 1501-1503. Upon the death of his uncle in 1504 Henry inherited the Nassau possessions in the Netherlands, including the wealthy lordship of Breda in the duchy of Brabant.

  2. William III (William Henry; Dutch: Willem Hendrik; 4 November 1650 – 8 March 1702), also widely known as William of Orange, was the sovereign Prince of Orange from birth, Stadtholder of Holland, Zeeland, Utrecht, Guelders, and Overijssel in the Dutch Republic from the 1670s, and King of England, Ireland, and Scotland from 1689 until his death in 1702.

  3. Frederick Henry died on 14 March 1647 in The Hague, Holland, Dutch Republic. He left his wife Amalia of Solms-Braunfels, his son William II, Prince of Orange, four of his daughters, and his illegitimate son Frederick Nassau de Zuylestein. On Frederick Henry's death, he was buried with great pomp beside his father and brother at Delft.

  4. Henry III of Nassau-Breda 1483–1538: William the Rich 1487–1559 m.(2) Juliana of Stolberg: 6 others: René of Châlon 1519–1530–1544 m. Anna of Lorraine: William I the Silent 1533–1544–1584 married 4 times, 15 children: John VI the Elder 1535–1606 m.(1) Elisabeth of Leuchtenberg: Philip William 1554–1584–1618 m. Eleonora, dau ...

  5. In 1493, Frederick III died, thus Maximilian I became de facto leader of the Holy Roman Empire. Burdened with his new responsibilities and personally exasperated by his relationship with the Burgundian lands, he decided to transfer power to the 15-year-old Philip.

  6. Henry III Count of Nassau-Breda 1483–1538: Claudia of Châlon 1498–1521: Philibert of Châlon of Châlon Prince of Orange 1502–1530: William I "the Silent" 1533–1584 Prince of Orange 1544 Stadholder of Holland, Zealand & Utrecht: Louis 1538–1574: Adolf 1540–1568: Henry 1550–1574: John VI "the Elder" 1536–1606 Stadholder of ...

  7. When he died in 1530, Henry's and Claudia's son René of Nassau-Breda inherited the Princedom on condition that he used the name and coat of arms of the Châlon family. History knows him therefore as René of Châlon. With this inheritance came the "Je Maintiendrai Châlons" motto into the Nassau family. René died in 1544 without leaving a child.