Otto II, Duke of Brunswick-Osterode
|Otto II, Duke of Brunswick-Osterode|
|Spouse(s)||Schonetta of Nassau-Weilburg|
|Noble family||House of Guelph|
|Father||Frederick I, Duke of Brunswick-Osterode|
|Mother||Adelaide of Anhalt-Zerbst|
Duke Otto II of Brunswick-Osterode (1396–1452) was a son of Duke Frederick I of Brunswick-Osterode and his wife, Adelaide of Anhalt-Zerbst. He succeeded his father as duke of Brunswick-Osterode in 1421 and ruled jointly with his first cousin once removed Albert II.
Otto was married to Schonetta (d. 1436), a daughter of Count John I of Nassau-Weilburg. This marriage was childless.
|Ancestors of Otto II, Duke of Brunswick-Osterode|
Otto II, Duke of Brunswick-OsterodeBorn: 1396 Died: 1452
|Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg
Prince of Osterode
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