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

  2. Count John VI of Nassau-Dillenburg (22 November 1536 – 8 October 1606) was the second son of William the Rich and the younger brother of William the Silent. He has a special place in the history of the Netherlands because he is the male-line forefather of the House of Orange. John VI of Nassau-Dillenburg was a Count of Nassau in Dillenburg.

  3. Joanne of Polanen. Count John IV of Nassau-Siegen [note 1] (1 August 1410 – 3 February 1475), German: Johann IV. Graf von Nassau-Siegen, official titles: Graf zu Nassau, Vianden und Diez, Herr zu Breda, was since 1442 Count of Nassau-Siegen [note 2] (a part of the County of Nassau ), of Vianden and of half Diez, and Lord of Breda [ nl] and of ...

  4. Count Adolf I of Nassau-Siegen [note 1] (1362 – 12 June 1420), German: Adolf I. Graf von Nassau-Siegen, was since 1384 Count of Diez, through his first marriage. With his brothers, he succeeded his father in 1416 as Count of Nassau-Siegen [note 2] (a part of the County of Nassau ), and also inherited the County of Vianden in 1417.

  5. Count John VI of Nassau Dillenburg (November 22, 1535 ndash; October 8, 1606) was a Count of Nassau in Dillenburg. Other names he had were Jan VI or Jan de Oude .John VI was second son of Count William I of Nassau Dillenburg and his second wife…

  6. On 16 June 1559, Albert married Anna of Nassau-Dillenburg, a daughter of Count William "the Rich" of Nassau-Siegen and sister of William I of Orange. In the same year, on 4 October 1559, his father, Philip III died. Albert inherited part of the county of Nassau-Weilburg jointly with his younger half-brother, Philip IV.

  7. Count John II with the Helmet of Nassau-Siegen [note 1] ( d. early May 1443 ), German: Johann II. mit der Haube 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 ...