William of Nassau
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  • William of Nassau — may refer to: *William of Nassau Dillenburg (1487 1559), William the Rich *William of Nassau Siegen (1592 1642) *William of Nassau Orange, count of Nassau; later Willem of Orange **Alternative title for Het Wilhelmus, the Dutch national anthem… …   Wikipedia

  • William of Nassau — William I Prince of Orange and Count of Nassau founder of the Dutch Republic; also called William the Silent …   Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games

  • William of Nassau (1620-1679) — Jonker Willem van Nassau (c.1620 21 June 1679, The Hague) was a illegitimate son of William of Nassau and Barbara Cox. His father was himself the illegitimate son of Prince Maurice. Around 1650 he married Geertruijt Hendriks Mulder; no children… …   Wikipedia

  • William of Nassau (1601-1627) — Willem van Nassau, heer van de Lek or Willem van Nassau LaLecq (1601 1627) was a Dutch soldier from 1620 until 1627. LifeHe was the illegitimate son of stadholder Maurice of Nassau and his mistress Margaretha van Mechelen. Like their other… …   Wikipedia

  • William I, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg — William of Nassau ( nl. Willem de Rijke) (10 April 1487 ndash; 6 October 1559), was a count of Nassau Dillenburg from the House of Nassau. He was called William the Rich. William was born in Dillenburg as the younger son of Count John V of Nassau …   Wikipedia

  • William of Orange (or of Nassau) — (1533 1584)    William of Nassau, the prince of Orange, was born on 24 April 1533 at Dilling ham in Germany. A favorite page of Emperor Charles V, he was educated at the court in Brussels from age 11 and reared a Roman Catholic. He inherited… …   Historical Dictionary of Brussels

  • William of Orange — (Dutch: Willem van Oranje , French: Guillaume d Orange , German Wilhelm von Oranien , Latin Guilelmus ) is the name of several historical persons. In the context of Irish and British history, it refers most often to William III of England/William …   Wikipedia

  • William Louis, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg — ( nl. Willem Lodewijk; fr. Willem Loadewyk) (born March 13, 1560, Dillenburg, Hesse; died July 13, 1620, Leeuwarden, Netherlands) was Count of Nassau Dillenburg from 1606 1620, and stadtholder of Friesland, Groningen, and Drenthe. He was the… …   Wikipedia

  • William, Duke of Nassau — Wilhelm, Duke of Nassau (Given names: Georg Wilhelm August Heinrich Belgicus zu Nassau ) (14 June, 1792, Kirchheimbolanden 20 August/30 August, 1839, Bad Kissingen) was the father of Adolphe, Grand Duke of Luxembourg.FamilyWilhelm was the eldest… …   Wikipedia

  • Louis of Nassau — Louis was a key figure in the revolt of the Netherlands against Spain, unlike his brother William, he was a strongly convinced Calvinist. He helped his brother in various ways including by arranging the marriage between William and his second… …   Wikipedia

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