Lodewijk van Nassau van Beverweerd, heer van de Lek en Beverweerd (c.1602 - 1665) MP

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Death: Died in The Hague, The Hague, South Holland, The Netherlands
Occupation: kolonel,
Managed by: Paul Douglas Van Dillen
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About Lodewijk van Nassau van Beverweerd, heer van de Lek en Beverweerd

Louis of Nassau, lord of den Lek and Beverweerd

Generaal-majoor in the army. Gouverneur van Bergen op Zoom (1643-1658). Gouverneur van Den Bosch (1658-1660). From 1660 special ambassador in England

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Louis of Nassau (1602 – 28 February 1665) was a Dutch soldier. He was the illegitimate son of Margaretha van Mechelen and Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange. He married Isabella, Countess of Hornes in spring 1630, and had ten children. They had 3 surviving sons:

Maurits Lodewijk I, lord of de Lek of LaLecq and Beverweerd

Willem Adriaan I, lord of Odijk, Kortgene, Zeist and Driebergen

Hendrik, lord of Ouwerkerk and Woudenberg

He also had seven daughters of whom the two eldest were

Elisabeth van Nassau-Beverweert (28 December 1633-18 January 1718), a notable Dutch beauty, who married March 1665 Henry Bennet, 1st Earl of Arlington and had an only daughter

Lady Isabella Bennet (c. 1668–7 February 1723) who married 1 August 1672 as a four-year-old child Henry Fitzroy, 1st Duke of Grafton (28 September 1663 – 9 October 1690 d. at the storming of Cork), the illegitimate son of King Charles II of England and his mistress the Duchess of Cleveland. They have many descendants.

Emilia Butler, Countess of Ossory, a notable beauty like her sister. She was wife of Thomas Butler, Earl of Ossory, and mother of the the 2nd Duke of Ormonde and many other children.

A third daughter Wilhelmina married a Dutch nobleman, and had a daughter Anna Elisabeth van Ruytenbergh who married George Cholmondeley, 3rd Earl of Cholmondeley in 1701.

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Leo van der Pas. [http://www.genealogics.org/getperson.php?personID=I00002272&tree=LEO Lodewijk van Nassau

Heer van Beverweerd]. Retrieved 7 October 2009.

References: See: Reinildis van Ditzhuyzen, Oranje-Nassau: Een biografisch woordenboek, Haarlem 2004, 171-173 (with a portrait, ca. 1650) -------------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_of_Nassau-Beverweerd

Louis of Nassau, Lord of De Lek and Beverweerd (1602 – 28 February 1665) was a Dutch soldier. He was the illegitimate son of Margaretha van Mechelen and Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange, and so a collateral member of the House of Orange-Nassau. He was a Lord of the heerlijkheid De Lek and Beverweerd. From his father he inherited the estate of Beverweerd; and when his older brother Willem died in 1627 he inherited his estate as well.

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Lodewijk 'Bastaard' van Nassau-Beverweerd's Timeline

1602
1602
1630
1630
Age 28
1630
Age 28
1631
1631
Age 29
1632
1632
Age 30
The Hague, South Holland, The Netherlands
1635
March 4, 1635
Age 33
The Hague, Holland, Netherlands
1638
1638
Age 36
1640
December 16, 1640
Age 38
's-Gravenhage, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
1665
February 28, 1665
Age 63
The Hague, The Hague, South Holland, The Netherlands
1665
Age 63
The Hague, The Hague, South Holland, The Netherlands