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
Birth[1] 1 Sep 1711 Leeuwarden, Friesland, NetherlandsHouse of Orange-Nassau
Christening[2] 10 Sep 1711 Leeuwarden, Friesland, Netherlands
Employment? From 1711 to 1751 Friesland, NetherlandsStadhouder
Employment? From 1718 to 1751 Groningen, NetherlandsStadhouder
Employment? From 1722 to 1751 Gelderland, NetherlandsStadhouder
Employment? From 1722 to 1751 Drenthe, NetherlandsStadhouder
Marriage 25 Mar 1734 London, EnglandSt. James's Palace
to Anne _____, von Braunschweig-Lüneburg
Employment? From 1747 to 1751 Holland, NetherlandsStadhouder
Employment? From 1747 to 1751 Zeeland, NetherlandsStadhouder
Employment? From 1747 to 1751 Utrecht, NetherlandsStadhouder
Employment? From 1747 to 1751 Overijssel, NetherlandsStadhouder
Death[1] 22 Oct 1751 Wassenaar, Zuid-Holland, NetherlandsHuis ten Bosch
Burial? 4 Feb 1752 Delft, Zuid-Holland, NetherlandsNieuwe Kerk
Reference Number? Q380949?
Title (nobility)? Prins van Oranje
Title (nobility)? Vorst van Oranje-Nassau
  • Prins van Oranje
  • Vorst van Nassau
  • erfstadhouder der Verenigde Provinciën 1748-1751


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

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References
  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.