Henry I, Count of Nassau-Beilstein
|Henry I, Count of Nassau-Beilstein|
|Spouse(s)||Meyna of Westerburg|
|Noble family||House of Nassau|
|Father||Henry, Count of Nassau in Siegen|
|Mother||Adelaide of Heinsberg-Blankenberg|
Henry I, Count of Nassau-Beilstein (1307-1388) was a son of Henry I of Nassau-Siegen and his wife, Adelaide of Heinsberg-Blankenberg. His parents had initially destined him for an ecclesiastical career. However, he later married Meyna of Westerburg and after his father's death became the first count of Nassau-Beilstein.
Henry and Meyna had three children:
- Henry II, his successor
- Reinhard (d. 1412)
- Adelaide, married Hartmuth of Cronberg.
Henry I, Count of Nassau-BeilsteinBorn: 1307 Died: 1388
as Count of Nassau-Siegen
|Count of Nassau-Beilstein|| Succeeded by|