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  1. 4 giu 2024 · The branch of Nassau-Siegen was a collateral line of the House of Nassau, and ruled in Siegen. The first Count of Nassau-Siegen was Henry I, Count of Nassau-Siegen (d. 1343), the elder son of Otto I, Count of Nassau. His son Otto II, Count of Nassau-Siegen ruled also in Dillenburg.

  2. 29 mag 2024 · Birthdate: circa 1620. Birthplace: Trupbach, Nassau-Siegen (now Westphalia, Germany) Death: Immediate Family: Son of Johannes Otterbach and Ottilia Tilge Otterbach. Husband of Elisabeth Otterbach. Father of Adelheid Otterbach; Johann Otterbach; Jost Otterbach and Christina "Stina" Seelbach.

    • circa 1620
  3. 29 mag 2024 · Elisabeth van Nassau Siegen is geboren op 8 november 1584 in Dillenburg, Hessen, Duitsland, dochter van Jan VII (De Middelste) van Nassau Siegen en Magdalena van Waldeck Wildungen. Zij is overleden op 26 juli 1661 in Landau, Rijnland-Palts, Duitsland.

  4. 29 mag 2024 · Birthdate: before August 02, 1629. Birthplace: Seelbach, Nassau-Siegen (now Siegen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany) Death: February 23, 1698. Trupbach, Nassau-Siegen (now Siegen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany) Immediate Family: Daughter of Jost Stuell and Ehla Stuell.

    • Seelbach, Nassau-Siegen (now Siegen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany)
    • Johannes Otterbach
    • Nassau-Siegen (now Siegen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany)
    • "Anna Stüll"
  5. 29 mag 2024 · Elisabeth Charlotte van Nassau Siegen is geboren op 11 februari 1626, dochter van Willem van Nassau Siegen en Christina van Erbach. Zij is overleden op 16 november 1694 in Culemborg, Gelderland, Nederland.

  6. 28 mag 2024 · Wife of Philipp Ludwig I, Graf von Hanau and Johannes VII, count of Nassau-Siegen. Mother of Count Philip Louis II of Hanau-Münzenberg; Albrecht von Hanau; Elisabeth von Nassau-Siegen, Gräfin von Waldeck-Wildungen; Adolf von Nassau-Siegen, Graf; Julianne von Nassau-Siegen, Landgräfin zu Hessen-Kassel and 9 others.

  7. 26 mag 2024 · The first Nassau, who actually went to the Netherlands, was Engelbrecht I, a great-grandson of Heinrich. Count Engelbrecht I of Nassau-Siegen was the third son of count Johann I of Nassau-Siegen and Margaretha van der Mark, whose mother came from the county of Kleve, on the Dutch-German border.