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Maria of Loon-Heinsberg

Maria of Loon-Heinsberg

Dutch noble
The basics
Quick Facts
Intro Dutch noble
Gender female
Birth 1 January 1426
Death 20 April 1502
Spouse: Jan IV of Nassau
Children: Johann V of Nassau-Vianden-DietzJohanna of Nassau-DillenburgEngelbert II of NassauAnna of Nassau-DillenburgAdriana of Nassau-Dillenburg
The details

Maria of Loon-Heinsberg (1426 – 20 April 1502) was the daughter of John II of Loon, Lord of Jülich, Heinsberg and Löwenberg. Her mother was the second wife of John II, Countess Margaret of Solms-Braunfels.

Maria died on 20 April 1502 as the last member of the house of Loon-Heinsberg and is buried with her husband in the mausoleum of Engelbert I of Nassau in the Church of Our Lady at the Market Square in Breda.

Marriage and issue

She married on 7 February 1440 with John IV, Count of Nassau, Lord of Breda. They had the following children:

  • Anna (c. 1441 – 1514), married:
    1. in 1467 with Otto V, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (c. 1439-1471)
    2. in 1474 with Philip I, Count of Katzenelnbogen
  • Johanna (c. 1444c. 1468), married in 1467 with Philip I, Count of Waldeck
  • Odilia (c. 1445 – 1493)
  • Adriana (1449–1477), married in 1468 with Philip I, Count of Hanau-Münzenberg
  • Engelbert II (1451–1504), married in 1468 with Cimburga of Baden
  • John V (1455–1516), married in 1482 with Elisabeth of Hesse-Marburg (1466–1523)
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