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  1. Wilhelm was joint sovereign Duke of Nassau, along with his father's cousin Frederick Augustus, reigning from 1816 until 1839. He was also sovereign Prince of Nassau-Weilburg from 1816 until its incorporation into the duchy of Nassau. Frederick Augustus died on 24 March 1816 and Wilhelm inherited the Usingen territories and became sole sovereign of the Duchy of Nassau. He is the father of Adolphe, Grand Duke of Luxembourg, and Queen Sophia of Sweden and Norway, consort of King ...

  2. 22/06/2018 · Kirchheimbolanden, Nassau-Weilburg, Deutschland (HRR) Death: August 20, 1839 (47) Bad Kissingen, Bayern, Deutschland (DB) Place of Burial: Weilburg, Giessen, Hessen, Deutschland (DB) Immediate Family: Son of Frederick William, Prince of Nassau-Weilburg and Luise Isabelle Alexandrine Auguste Fürstin von Nassau-Weilburg.

    • "Wilhelm // Duke of Nassau"
    • June 14, 1792
  3. William, Duke of Nassau Wilhelm (Given names: Georg Wilhelm August Heinrich Belgicus; 14 June 1792, Kirchheimbolanden – 20/30 August 1839, Bad Kissingen) was joint sovereign Duke of Nassau, along with his father's cousin Frederick Augustus, reigning from 1816 until 1839. Read more on Wikipedia

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    Wilhelm, Duke of Nassau, Prince of Nassau-Weilburg (Given names: Georg Wilhelm August Heinrich Belgicus zu Nassau-Weilburg/zu Nassau) (14 June 1792, Kirchheimbolanden – 20 August/30 August 1839, Bad Kissingen) was the father of Adolphe, Grand Duke of Luxembourg and Queen Sophia (consort of King of Oscar II of Sweden).

    Wilhelm was the eldest son of Frederick William, Duke of Nassau and his wife Burgravine Louise Isabelle of Kirchberg. With the Nassau troops, he was involved on the Seventh Coalition's side in the Battle of Waterloo against Napoleon. Duke of Nassau On 9 January 1816, he succeeded his father, Duke Frederick William, as the Prince of Nassau-Weilburg ...

    14 June 1792 – 9 January 1816: His Serene Highness The Hereditary Prince of Nassau-Weilburg 9 January 1816 – 24 March 1816: His Serene Highness The Prince of Nassau-Weilburg (German language: Fürst von Nassau-Weilburg) 24 March 1816 – 20 August 1839: His Highness The Duke of Nassau

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    Guillermo era el hijo mayor de Federico Guillermo, príncipe de Nassau-Weilburg y de Luisa Isabel, condesa de Sayn-Wittgenstein-Hachenburg. Tanto su padre como su madre eran soberanos de dos estados alemanes. Con las tropas de Nassau, estuvo envuelto del lado de la Séptima Coalición en la Batalla de Waterloo contra Napoleón. El 9 de enero de 1816 su...

    El 24 de junio de 1813, Guillermo contrajo matrimonio en Weilburg con su primera esposa, la Princesa Luisa de Sajonia-Hildburghausen (Hildburghausen, Turingia, 28 de enero de 1794-Biebrich o Weilburg, 6 de abril de 1825), la hija del Duque Federico de Sajonia-Altenburgo (quien, hasta 1826, había sido el último Duque de Sajonia-Hildburghausen) y su ...

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    1. 14 de junio de 1792 - 9 de enero de 1816: Su Alteza SerenísimaEl Príncipe Heredero de Nassau-Weilburg 2. 9 de enero de 1816 - 24 de marzo de 1816: Su Alteza Serenísima el Príncipe de Nassau-Weilburg (en alemán, Fürst von Nassau-Weilburg) 3. 24 de marzo de 1816 - 20 de agosto de 1839: Su AltezaEl Duque de Nassau

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    1. 28 de julio de 1816: Caballero gran cruz de la Real Orden de San Esteban de Hungría.[2]​ (Imperio austríaco)

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    1. Richard Kolb: Wilhelm (Herzog von Nassau). En: Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie(ADB). Band 43, Duncker & Humblot, Leipzig 1898, pp. 136-139.

  4. The Duchy of Nassau was an independent state between 1806 and 1866, located in what is now the German states of Rhineland-Palatinate and Hesse. It was a member of the Confederation of the Rhine and later of the German Confederation. Its ruling dynasty, now extinct, was the House of Nassau. The duchy was named for its historical core city, Nassau, although Wiesbaden rather than Nassau was its capital. In 1865, the Duchy of Nassau had 465,636 inhabitants. After being occupied and ...

  5. William IV reigned as the Grand Duke of Luxembourg from 17 November 1905 until his death. He succeeded his father, Adolphe. William was a Protestant, the religion of the House of Nassau. He married Princess Marie Anne of Portugal, believing that a Roman Catholic country ought to have a Roman Catholic monarch. Thus his heirs have been Catholic. At the death of his uncle, Prince Nikolaus-Wilhelm in 1905, the only other legitimate male in the House of Nassau-Weilburg was William's ...