Henry II, Count of Nassau-Beilstein
|Henry II, Count of Nassau-Beilstein|
|Noble family||House of Nassau|
|Spouse(s)||Catherine of Randerode|
|Father||Henry I, Count of Nassau-Beilstein|
|Mother||Imagina of Westerburg|
Henry II, Count of Nassau-Beilstein (died 1410) was the eldest son of Henry I and his wife, Imagina of Westerburg. He succeeded his father in 1388 as Count of Nassau-Beilstein and ruled jointly with his younger brother Reinhard.
In 1383, Henry married Catherine of Randerode. They had four children:
- Catherine (d. 1459), married in 1407 to Reinhard II, Count of Hanau
- John I (d. 1473). His son Henry IV was father of John II.
- William (d. 1430)
- Henry III (d. 1477)
Henry II, Count of Nassau-BeilsteinDied: 1410
| Count of Nassau-Beilstein
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