Person:William IV van Oranje-Nassau (1)

Willem IV van Oranje-Nassau,
m. 26 APR 1709
  1. Anna Charlotte Amalie van Nassau-Dietz1710 - 1777
  2. Willem IV van Oranje-Nassau,1711 - 1751
m. 25 MAR 1734
  1. Carolina of Orange-Nassau1743 - 1787
  2. William V van Oranje-Nassau,1748 - 1806
Facts and Events
Name Willem IV van Oranje-Nassau,
Alt Name Willem Carel Hendrik Friso
Gender Male
Employment? 1711-1751 Friesland, NetherlandsStadhouder
Birth[1] 1 Sep 1711 Leeuwarden, Friesland, NetherlandsHouse of Orange-Nassau
Christening[2] 10 Sep 1711 Leeuwarden, Friesland, Netherlands
Employment? 1718-1751 Groningen, NetherlandsStadhouder
Employment? 1722-1751 Gelderland, NetherlandsStadhouder
Employment? 1722-1751 Drenthe, NetherlandsStadhouder
Marriage 25 MAR 1734 London, EnglandSt. James's Palace
to Anne , von Braunschweig-Lüneburg
Employment? 1747-1751 Holland, NetherlandsStadhouder
Employment? 1747-1751 Zeeland, NetherlandsStadhouder
Employment? 1747-1751 Utrecht, NetherlandsStadhouder
Employment? 1747-1751 Overijssel, NetherlandsStadhouder
Title (nobility)? Prins van Oranje
Title (nobility)? Vorst van Oranje-Nassau
Reference Number? Q380949?
Death[1] 22 Oct 1751 Wassenaar, Zuid-Holland, NetherlandsHuis ten Bosch
Burial? 4 Feb 1752 Delft, Zuid-Holland, NetherlandsNieuwe Kerk
  • Prins van Oranje
  • Vorst van Nassau
  • erfstadhouder der Verenigde Provinciën 1748-1751

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William IV, Prince of Orange-Nassau (Willem Karel Hendrik Friso; 1 September 1711 – 22 October 1751) was the first hereditary Stadtholder of the United Provinces.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Nederland's Adelsboek, Vol. 96, p. L, 2011.
  2. Herv. gem. Leeuwarden, doop, in Leeuwarden, Friesland, Netherlands. Doop-, Trouw- en Begraafboeken, DTB 937, 1708-1715.