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  1. Louis II of Nassau-Weilburg (9 August 1565, Weilburg – 8 November 1627, Saarbrücken) was a count of Nassau-Weilburg . Life Louis was the eldest son of Count Albert of Nassau-Weilburg-Ottweiler and Countess Anna of Nassau-Dillenburg. His family moved in 1575 from Weilburg to Ottweiler.

  2. Count of Nassau-Weilburg in Saarbrucken: Louis II (1565–1627) Count of Nassau-Weilburg in Ottweiler: William (1570–1597) Count of Nassau-Weilburg in Weilburg: John Casimir (1577–1602) Count of Nassau-Weilburg in Gleiberg: William Louis (1590–1640) Count of Nassau-Saarbrücken: John (1603–1677) Count of Nassau-Idstein Counts ...

  3. County of Nassau-Sonnenberg, partitioned among Nassau-Wiesbaden and Nassau-Weilburg in 1405. In 1605, all parts of Nassau-Weilburg were again unified under Count Louis II; however, after his death in 1627, his sons divided the county again. County of Nassau-Idstein, fell to Nassau-Ottweiler in 1721.

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  4. Introduction Louis II, Count of Nassau-Weilburg; Life; Marriage and issue; See also; References; External links

  5. Nassau-Weilburg Louis II (August 9, 1565, Weilburg - November 8, 1627, Saarbrücken) was Count of Nassau-Weilburg. Scholarly Articles Life Louis was the eldest son of Count Albert of Nassau-Weilburg and Ottoweiler and Count Anna of Nassau-Dillenburg. His family moved from Weilburg to Ottoweiler in 1575.

  6. Count of Nassau-Weilburg (1593-1627), Nassau-Ottweiler (1593-1602), Saarbrücken and Saarwerden (1602-1627)