Research genealogy for Adolph II von Nassau-Wiesbaden-Idstein of Tangermûnde, Saksen-Anhalt, D, as well as other members of the von Nassau-Wiesbaden-Idstein family, on Ancestry®.
Adolf was born in 1386, the son of Walram II von Nassau-Wiesbaden-Idstein and Berta von Westerburg. The place is not known. He died on 26 JUL 1426. The place is not known. He had two marriages/partners. His first wife was Margarete von Zähringen, who he married on 1 MAR 1418. The place has not been found.
Wenceslaus II., king of Bohemia, fell away from his allegiance, and his deposition was decided on, and was carried out at Mainz, on the 23rd of May 1298, when Albert of Austria was elected his successor. The forces of the rival kings met at Gollheim on the 2nd of July 1298, where Adolph was killed, it is said by the hand of Albert.
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Detailed information about the coin 1 Weißpfennig, Adolph II. von Nassau, Archbishopric of Mainz, with pictures and collection and swap management : mintage, descriptions, metal, weight, size, value and other numismatic data
ADOLPH OF NASSAU (c. 1255-1298), German king, son of Walram, count of Nassau. He appears to have received a good education, and inherited his father's lands around Wiesbaden in 1276.
The Order of Civil and Military Merit of Adolph of Nassau (French: Ordre de Mérite civil et militaire d’Adolphe de Nassau) is an order of merit of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg for meritorious service to the Grand Duke, the Grand-Ducal House and Luxembourg. It was founded in 1858 as a chivalric o
Adolph II: Count of Nassau-Weisbaden-Idstein (1355-1370). 1355: Nassau-Weilburg becomes Nassau-Weilburg-Saarbrucken. 1344 - 1371: John I: Gained Nassau-Weilburg in 1355. 1355 - 1390: Rupert: Count of Nassau-Sonnenberg. 1371 - 1429: Philip I: 1429 - 1492: Philip II: 1442: Nassau-Weilburg reverts to its old title. 1492 - 1523: Louis I: 1523 ...
He was a son of William, Duke of Nassau (1792–1839) and his first wife Princess Louise of Saxe-Hildburghausen. Adolphe's half-sister, Sophia of Nassau, married King Oscar II of Sweden. Adolph became Duke of Nassau on 20 August/30 August 1839, after the death of his father. He supported the Austrian Empire in the Austro-Prussian War of 1866.
Adolph II (or III) of Nassau-Wiesbaden-Idstein (c. 1423 – 6 September 1475) Archbishop of Mainz, son of Adolph II (1386 – 1426) Count of Nassau-Wiesbaden-Idstein. Count of Nassau-Idstein, Elder Line