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  1. Agnes of Leiningen - Wikipedia

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    Agnes of Leiningen (German: Agnes von Leiningen; died after December 1299) was a countess of the House of Leiningen and by marriage Countess of Nassau. She was probably Regent of the County of Nassau for some time for her youngest son.

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    • Emich IV, Count of Leiningen
    • after December 1299
    • Elisabeth
  2. Agnes of Leiningen, German: Agnes von Leiningen († after December 1299) was a Countess from the House of Leiningen and by marriage Countess of Nassau. She was probably Regent of the County of Nassau for some time for her youngest son. She is the ancestor of the Ottonian branch of the House of Nassau and therefore a direct ancestor of the Kings of the Netherlands.

  3. Leiningen family - Wikipedia

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    Agnes (d. between 1299 and 1303) married Otto I, Count of Nassau His son, Simon (c. 1204 – 16 Mar 1234) married Gertrude, heiress of the County of Dagsburg, bringing that property into... Friedrich III, son of Friedrich II, (d. 1287) was attested as count in documents from 1239 and 1249, and ...

  4. Countess Agnes of Leiningen

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    Agnes was born about 1230 in Alt-Leiningen, Pfalz, Bavaria. 1 Agnes' father was Count Friedrich of Saarbrucken Hartenburg Leining II and her mother was Countess Agnes of Eberstein. Her paternal grandparents were Count Simon of Saarbrucken II and Countess Luitgard of Leiningen ; her maternal grandparents were Count Eberhard of Eberstein III and ...

  5. Countess Agnes of Leiningen

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    Agnes was born about 1275 in Alt-Leiningen, Pfalz, Bavaria. 1 Agnes' father was Count Friedrich of Leiningen IV and her mother was Countess Johanne of Sponheim-Kreuznach. Her paternal grandparents were Count Friedrich of Leiningen-Alteiningen III and Countess Adelheid of Habsburg Kyburg ; her maternal grandparents were Count Simon of Sponheim I ...

  6. Countess Agnes of Leiningen

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    Agnes was born in 1275 in Alt-Leiningen, Pfalz, Bavaria. 1 Agnes' father was Count Friedrich of Leiningen IV and her mother was Countess Johanne of Sponheim-Kreuznach. Her paternal grandparents were Count Friedrich of Leiningen-Alteiningen III and Countess Adelheid of Habsburg Kyburg ; her maternal grandparents were Count Simon of Sponheim I ...

  7. Agnes OF LEININGEN (1246-± 1300) » Stamboom Riny Doyle ...

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    Agnes OF LEININGEN was born in the year 1246, daughter of Emmich IV OF LEININGEN and Elisabeth OF ASPREMONT. She was married about 1260 to Otto I OF NASSAU, they had 3 children. She died about 1300. This information is part of by on Genealogy Online.

  8. Agnès Van Leiningen - Historical records and family trees ...

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    Agnès (Agnes) van Veldenz (born van Leiningen) was born in 1295, at birth place. Agnès married Georg I van Veldenz. Georg was born in 1298, in Veldenz. They had 4 children: Hendrik II van Veldenz and 3 other children. Agnès passed away on month day 1346, at age 51 at death place. + 150.

  9. Agnes von Leiningen (c.1275 - 1307) - Genealogy

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    Aug 10, 2016 · Agnes von Leiningen: Birthdate: circa 1275: Birthplace: Germany: Death: 1307 (28-36) Immediate Family:

  10. Pedigree: Agnes von LEININGEN

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    HM George I's 13-Great Aunt. Poss. HRE Charles VI's 13-Great Grandmother. PM Churchill's 21-Great Aunt. Lady Diana's 22-Great Aunt.

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