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  1. John, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg (died 10 August 1328, fell in battle near Wetzlar) was the third son of Count Otto I of Nassau and his wife Agnes (d. 1303), daughter of Count Emich IV of Leiningen-Landeck. John was a first cousin of King Adolf of the Romans.

  2. Children of John IV, divided the land: Engelbert inherited Breda in the Netherlands (with the towns of Lek, Diest, Roosendaal en Nispen, Wouw, and Vianden) and John inherited Dillenburg (with the towns of Dillenburg, Siegen, Hadamar, Herborn, Vianden, Dietz).

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    • Nassau
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  3. Count John I of Nassau-Siegen (c. 1339 – 4 September 1416), German: Johann I. Graf von Nassau-Siegen, was since 1362 Count of Nassau-Siegen (a part of the County of Nassau). He descended from the Ottonian Line of the House of Nassau. John was involved in numerous feuds throughout his life.

    • John I, Count of Nassau-Siegen
    • 1350/1351–1416
    • Johann I. Graf von Nassau-Siegen
    • Otto II
  4. 27 de abr. de 2022 · Johann von Nassau-Dillenburg, I. Herborn, Grafschaft Nassau-Dillenburg (Present Lahn-Dill-Kreis), (Present Hesse), Heiliges Römisches Reich (Present Germany) (Killed in battle.) Son of Otto II. Graf von Nassau-Dillenburg and Adelheid von Vianden.

    • Nassau, Rhineland-Palatinate
    • Gravin Margarethe Von Mark-Kleve
    • Rhineland-Palatinate
    • "Jan"
  5. Johann Johann I Graf von Nassau von Nassau-Dillenburg (Nassau) (est. 1335 - certain 4 Sep 1416)

  6. John I, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg (German: Johann I. von Nassau-Dillenburg, Dutch: Jan I van Nassau-Dillenburg; c. 1340 – 4 September 1416, Keppel) was a Count of Nassau in Siegen and Dillenburg, both now in Germany. He was a son of Count Otto II of Nassau and Adelheid or Aleyda, Countess of Vianden.

  7. 31 de ago. de 2022 · John I, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg (German: Johann I. von Nassau-Dillenburg, Dutch: Jan I van Nassau-Dillenburg; c. 1340 – 4 September 1416, Keppel) was a Count of Nassau in Siegen and Dillenburg, both now in Germany. He was a son of Count Otto II of Nassau and Adelheid or Aleyda, Countess of Vianden.