Elisabeth von Nassau-Dillenburg was born 24 January 1564 in Dillenburg to Johann VI. von Nassau-Dillenburg (1535-1606) and Elisabeth von Leuchtenberg (1537-1579) and died 5 May 1611 in Frankfurt of unspecified causes. She married Philipp IV. von Nassau-Saarbrücken (1542-1602) 3 October 1583 in Neuweilnau. She married Wolfgang Ernst I. von Isenburg-Büdingen (1560-1633) 7 May 1603 . Notable ancestors include Henry II of England (1133-1189), William I of England (1027-1087), Charlemagne (747-814), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Alfred the Great (849-899), Rurik (c832-879). Ancestors are from Germany, the Netherlands, France, the United Kingdom, Belgium, Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Austria, Lithuania, Bohemia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, the Czech Republic, Hungary, England, Turkey.


Offspring of Wolfgang Ernst I. von Isenburg-Büdingen and Elisabeth von Nassau-Dillenburg (1564-1611)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Wolfgang Ernst von Isenburg-Büdingen (1605-1606)

Common ancestors of Elisabeth von Nassau-Dillenburg (1564-1611) and Philipp IV. von Nassau-Saarbrücken (1542-1602)

  1. Anna von Sachsen (1420-1462)
  2. Elisabeth von Kleve (1420-1488)
  3. Engelbert I. von Nassau-Dillenburg (1375-1442)
  4. Heinrich XXVI. von Schwarzburg-Blankenburg (1418-1488)
  5. Johanna van Polanen (1392-1445)
  6. Ludwig von Hessen (1402-1458)
  7. Margareta of Zagan (c1425-aft1491)
  8. Volrad II. von Mansfeld (c1380-1450)
    Common ancestors of Elisabeth von Nassau-Dillenburg (1564-1611) and Wolfgang Ernst I. von Isenburg-Büdingen (1560-1633)
  1. Elisabeth von Kleve (1420-1488)
  2. Engelbert I. von Nassau-Dillenburg (1375-1442)
  3. Heinrich XXVI. von Schwarzburg-Blankenburg (1418-1488)
  4. Johanna van Polanen (1392-1445)
  5. Margareta of Zagan (c1425-aft1491)
  6. Volrad II. von Mansfeld (c1380-1450)

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