Otto married Joanna of Bavaria-Landshut (1413 - 20 July 1444), daughter of duke Henry XVI in January in 1430 and had the following children:
- Margaret (2 March 1432 - 26 June 1451)
- Amalie (22 February 1433 - 5 December 1488)
- Otto (26 June 1435 - 8 June 1499)
- Rupert (25 November 1437 - 1 November 1465)
- Dorothea (24 August 1439 - 15 May 1482)
- Albert (6 September 1440 - 20 August 1506)
- Anne (1441 - ?)
- John (1 August 1443 - 4 October 1486)
- Barbara (July 1444 - ?)
|Otto I, Count Palatine of Mosbach House of Wittelsbach Born: 24 August 1390 Died: 5 July 1461|
|Count Palatine of Mosbach
|Title merged with Count Palatine of Mosbach-Neumarkt|
|Count Palatine of Neumarkt
Consolidation of Count Palatines of Mosbach and Neumarkt
|Count Palatine of Mosbach-Neumarkt
|Name||Otto I, Count Palatine of Mosbach|
|Alternative names||Otto I. von Pfalz-Mosbach (German)|
|Short description||Count Palatine of Mosbach (1410-1448)|
|Date of birth||24 August 1390|
|Place of birth||Mosbach|
|Date of death||5 July 1461|
|Place of death||Reichenbach am Regen|
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