Kasumigenx World Gazetteer

This is a collection of my ideas that I don’t really have time and patience to make a full timeline.
Some of these are parts of my TL’s already.
 
Swapped Luzon
A muslim sultanate in Luzon named Selurong Sultanate(Reino de Tagala) would convert and unite the Lowlands before the Spanish would come with some exceptions and the Spanish would colonize Northeast Luzon, Pangasinan and the Cordilleran tribes and the Spanish would benefit on the cordilleran gold which the Spanish would deplete after centuries of colonization, the Spanish would call the new colony as Nueva Castilla a part of the Philippines.

The Selurong Sultanate would welcome former slaves in the Americas to settle in their area which assimilate and integrate to their own people.

Selurong Sultanate would conquer the Spanish colony of Nueva Castilla in 1898 and became the Tagalog Republic, after the Tagalog Republic would be defeated in WWII in 1945, the Tagalog Republic would be forced to give up Nueva Castilla to the Spanish and the British who would give it independence.

The Tagalog republic and the Tagalists in Nueva Castilla would want to annex Nueva Castilla to the Tagalog Republic after the independence of Nueva Castilla.

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@ramones1986
@Krueger
 
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Eleanor of Aquitaine has no son with Henry II
After Eleanor of Aquitaine married Henry II of England, she would fail to give birth to a son with Henry II of England.

Eleanor of Aquitaine m. Louis VII div. 1152(a) Henry II div. 1157(b)
1a. Marie, Duchess of Aquitaine b. 1145 m. Raymond V of Toulouse
2a. Alix b. 1150 m. Philip I of Flanders
3a. Eleanor b. 1153 m. Sancho I of Portugal
4a. Constance b. 1155 m. Henry the Lion of Saxony
5a. Matilda b. 1156 m. William III of Sicily
 
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After Eleanor of Aquitaine married Henry II of England, she would fail to give birth to a son with Henry II of England.

Eleanor of Aquitaine m. Louis VII div. 1152(a) Henry II div. 1157(b)
1a. Marie, Duchess of Aquitaine b. 1145 m. Raymond V of Toulouse
2a. Alix b. 1150 m. Philip I of Flanders
3a. Eleanor b. 1153 m. Sancho I of Portugal
4a. Constance b. 1155 m. Henry the Lion of Saxony
5a. Matilda b. 1156 m. William III of Sicily
No way Marie would marry Raymond here. She Is Eleanor‘s heiress so she need to make a match to which her mother agrees
 
No way Marie would marry Raymond here. She Is Eleanor‘s heiress so she need to make a match to which her mother agrees
Something like this...
Eleanor of Aquitaine m. Louis VII div. 1152(a) Henry II div. 1157(b)
1a. Marie, Duchess of Aquitaine b. 1145 m. William FitzEmpress of Anjou
2a. Alix b. 1150 m. Philip I of Flanders
3a. Eleanor b. 1153 m. Sancho I of Portugal
4a. Constance b. 1155 m. Henry the Lion of Saxony
5a. Matilda b. 1156 m. William III of Sicily
 
Mary of Burgundy marries Francis II of Brittany and has a brother
Mary of Burgundy m. Francis II of Brittany(a)
1a. Margaret b. 1476
2a. Francis III b. 1479
 
Eleanor of Aquitaine marries Humbert III of Savoy
On 1152, after the annulment of Eleanor of Aquitaine’s marriage to the King of France, Eleanor of Aquitaine would choose a marriage with the Duke of Savoy who is more than a decade younger than her.

Eleanor of Aquitaine m. Louis VII(a) Humbert III, Count of Savoy
1a. Marie b. 1145 m. Henry I, Count of Champagne
2a. Alix b. 1150 m. Theobald V of Blois
3b. William XI of Aquitaine b. 1155
4b. Eleanora of Savoy b. 1156 m. Alfonso VIII of Castile
5b. Alice of Savoy b. 1158 m. ?
6b. b. Sofia of Savoy b. 1162 m. ?
7b. b. Constance of Savoy b. 1165 m. ?
8b. b. Amadeus IV of Savoy b. 1166 m. Agnes of France[1]
1. Sister of Philippe Auguste.

@isabella @The Undead Martyr
 
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Brandon Succesion
Mary Tudor and Elizabeth marries Henry Brandon the Younger and Robert Dudley but remain as bastards, Mary regains her rights after her brother dies.

Henry VIII(a) Catherine of Aragon ann. 1533 (b)Anne Boleyn d. 1536 (c) Jane Seymour
1a. Mary Tudor(Mary I) b. 1516 m. Henry Brandon(Henry IX) b. 1523
1a1a. Mary of England b. 1542 m. Francis II of France d. 1560(a) Philip II(b)
1a2a. Edward VII b. 1544 m. Mary Stuart b. 1542
2b. Elizabeth b. 1533 m. Robert Dudley
3c. Edward VI b. 1537 d. 1553
 
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Almost a queen
Mary Tudor marries James V after Henry VIII dies in a joust and Jane Grey gives birth to Edward VI posthumously

Henry VIII(a) Catherine of Aragon ann. 1533 (b)Anne Boleyn d. 1536 (c) Jane Seymour d. 1538

1a. Mary Tudor b. 1516 d. 1538 m. James V of Scotland[1]

1a1a. Elizabeth of Scotland b. 1537 m. Philip II of Spain

2b. Elizabeth b. 1533 m. Francis II of France

3c. Edward VI b. 1537 d. 1570 m. Elizabeth of France

1. He remarries to Marie de Guise after the death of Mary Tudor
 
A dream that was granted
Mary Tudor marries Charles V, surrendering her claims to the English crown, while Henry VIII gets another son by Margaret of France, who he married instead of Katherine Parr.

Henry VIII(a) Catherine of Aragon ann. 1533 (b)Anne Boleyn d. 1536 (c) Jane Seymour d. 1537 (d) Anne of Cleves div. 1540 Katherine Howard d. 1542(e) Margaret of France (f)

1a. Mary Tudor b. 1516 d. 1558 m. Charles V

1a1a. Infante Enrique, Duke of Burgundy b. 1540

2b. Elizabeth b. 1533 m. Francis II of France

3c. Edward VI b. 1537 b. 1553 b. Elizabeth of France

4f. Edmund I b. 1544 m. Mary, Queen of Scots



Margaret of France m. Henry VIII(a) Emmanuel Philibert of Savoy(b)

1a. Edmund I of England b. 1544 m. Mary, Queen of Scots

2b. Charles Emmanuel b. 1562 m. Isabella Clara Eugenia
 
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The other Tudor girls
Henry VIII(a) Margaret of Angouleme d. 1508 (b)Katherine of Aragon ann. 1533 (c) Anne Boleyn d. 1536 (d)Jane Seymour

1a. Louise of England b. 1506 m. Francis I of France[1]

2a. Margaret of England b. 1508 m. Henry II of Navarre[1]

3b. Lady Mary b. 1516 m. Henry Brandon b. 1522

4c. Elizabeth b. 1530[2] m. Frederick of Denmark

5c. Frances b. 1532 m. Ivan IV of Russia

6d. Edward VI b. 1537

1.Stayed legitimate because they were born to Margaret of Angouleme, not Catherine of Aragon but were forced to give up their claims upon marriage.
 
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Would be a likelier match. The Great Matter would likely be butterflied anyway due to the POD, but you can always have Louise be indifferent to her stepmother and prefer Anne
This is my original plan...

Henry VIII(a) Margaret of Angouleme d. 1508 (b)Katherine of Aragon ann. 1533 (c) Anne Boleyn d. 1536 (d)Jane Seymour

1a. Louise of England b. 1506 m. Charles V[1]

2a. Margaret of England b. 1508 m. Henry II of Navarre[1]

3b. Lady Mary b. 1516 m. Henry Brandon b. 1522

4c. Elizabeth b. 1530[2] m. Frederick of Denmark

5c. Frances b. 1532 m. Ivan IV of Russia

6d. Edward VI b. 1537

1.Stayed legitimate because they were born to Margaret of Angouleme, not Catherine of Aragon but were forced to give up their claims upon marriage.
 
Different mother to Wladyslaw and Casimir of Poland
An earlier marriage plans of Jogaila and Sigismund of Luxembourg becomes a reality.



Wladyslaw II of Poland(Jogaila) m. Anna of Celje d. 1416(b) Elizabeth, Countess of Luxembourg(c)

1b. Jadwiga of Poland b. 1408 m. Frederick II of Brandenburg

2c. Wladyslaw III of Poland b. 1420 m. Anne of Austria

3c. Casimir, Count of Luxembourg b. 1424 m. Radegonde of France
 
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