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  1. John received Nassau-Dillenburg with Herborn, Haiger and Beilstein. A fourth brother, Otto (d. 1302), had also been a canon at Worms, but he had already died. In 1306, John enfeoffed his share of the county to his eldest brother Henry, with permission of Landgrave Henry I of Hesse, with a provision that this share would fall to Henry at John's ...

  2. When Johann VI von Nassau-Dillenburg was born on 22 November 1536, in Dillenburg, Lahn-Dill-Kreis, Hesse, Germany, his father, Graf Wilhelm I von Nassau-Dillenburg, was 49 and his mother, Juliana Gräfin zu Stolberg-Wernigerode, was 30. He married Princess Elisabeth Von Leuchtenberg of Beauharnais Countess of Nassau-Dillenberg on 16 July 1559 ...

  3. Count John III the Younger of Nassau-Siegen [note 1] ( d. 18 April 1430 ), German: Johann III. der Jüngere Graf von Nassau-Siegen, succeeded, with his brothers, his father in 1416 as Count of Nassau-Siegen [note 2] (a part of the County of Nassau ). With his brothers, he inherited the County of Vianden in 1417, and also inherited half of the ...

  4. Count John V of Nassau-Siegen (9 November 1455 – 30 July 1516), German: Johann V. Graf von Nassau-Siegen, official titles: Graf zu Nassau, Vianden und Diez, Herr zu Breda, was since 1475 Count of Nassau-Siegen (a part of the County of Nassau) and of half Diez. He descended from the Ottonian Line of the House of Nassau. As a devout Catholic John founded a Franciscan monastery in Siegen. He ...

  5. Media in category "John VII, Count of Nassau-Siegen" The following 27 files are in this category, out of 27 total. AREND(07) p451 JOHAN, GRAAF VAN NASSAU.jpg 659 × 1,000; 545 KB

  6. Count John VI of Nassau-Dillenburg was the second son of William the Rich and the younger brother of William the Silent.

  7. Count John VI of Nassau-Dillenburg was a Count of Nassau in Dillenburg. Other names he had were Jan VI or Jan de Oude ("John the Elder", to distinguish him from his 2nd son, "John