Henry II, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg
|Henry II, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg|
|Spouse(s)||Genoveva of Virneburg
Irmgard of Schleiden-Junkerath
|Noble family||House of Nassau|
|Father||Engelbert I of Nassau|
|Mother||Johanna van Polanen|
7 July 1414|
|Died||8 June 1450
Henry II, Count of Nassau-Dillenburg (7 July 1414 in Dillenburg – 8 June 1450 in Rome) was a son of Engelbert I and his wife Johanna van Polanen. In 1442, he succeeded his father as Count of Nassau-Dillenburg, jointly with his brother John IV.
In 1435, he married Countess Genoveva of Virneburg (d. 1437), the daughter of Count Rupert IV of Virneburg and Countess Agnes of Solms-Braunfels. After Genoveva's death, he married Irmgard of Schleiden-Junkerath, the daughter of Lord John III of Schleiden-Junkerath and Countess Joanna of Blankenheim.
Henry II died on 8 June 1450, during a journey to Rome.
From his first marriage, he had a daughter:
- Ottillie (1437-1495), married:
Henry II, Count of Nassau-DillenburgBorn: 7 July 1414 Died: 8 June 1450
|Count of Nassau-Dillenburg
With: John IV
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