Otto II of Nassau
Otto II of Nassau (c. 1305 – 1351) was a German nobleman. He was a Count of Nassau-Dillenburg in Siegen and Dillenburg, and was a son of Count Heinrich of Nassau and Adelheid of Heinsberg.
Otto married Adelheid of Vianden, daughter of Philip of Vianden and Adelheid of Arnsberg. They had four children:
- Adelheid of Nassau, who became a nun at Keppel, and later became an Abbess.
- Johan I of Nassau who married Margareta von der Marck.
- Heinrich "the Swashbuckler" (died 5 September 1402 in Kassel) became a Canon at the Cologne Cathedral.
- Otto of Nassau, first a canon and provost of St. Moritz at Mainz, and later canon at Cologne and Mainz cathedrals.
- ↑ De Nederlandsche leeuw: Maandblad van het Koninklijk Nederlandsch Genootschap voor Geslacht- en Wapenkunde, Volumes 1889-1894, pg 89-91 Google Books
- ↑ Cawley, Charles, House of Nassau, Medieval Lands database, Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, at Medieval Lands