List of Alternate Monarchs and Aristocratic Lineage

Something to go with my alternate Iberian Union timeline, in which the daughter of Juan, Prince of Asturias and Margaret of Austria lives and marries a surviving Miguel da Paz. Isabella of Aragon survives the birth of her son and produces further offspring in her marriage to Manuel I, whose collective legacies bring about the second Illustrious Generation in Portuguese history. My thanks to @BlueFlowwer for her helpful suggestions.

House of Trastámara

Maria I of Spain (1497 - ) m. 1514, Miguel I of Portugal (1498 - )

Issue:

1.) Infanta Isabella (1517 - )

2.) Infanta Margarita (1520 - 1525)

3.) Juan/João III of Hispania (1521 - )

4.) Infante Manuel (1525 - )

5.) Infanta Maria (1527 - )

6.) Infante Pedro (1530 - )

House of Aviz

Manuel I of Portugal (1469 - 1521) m. 1497, Isabella of Aragon (1470 - 1534)

Issue:

1.) Miguel I of Portugal (1498 - )

2.) Infanta Isabella (1500 - )

3.) Infante Ferdinand (1503 - )

4.) Infante Manuel (1505 - )

5.) Infanta Beatriz (1508 - )
 
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Constance of Brittany has a son with Guy de Thouars

Constance I of Brittany m.Geoffrey II of Brittany(a) Guy de Thouars(b)
1a. Eleanor of Brittany b. 1184 m. Alfonso II of Portugal
2a. Matilda of Brittany b. 1185 d. 1189
3a. Arthur of Brittany b. 1187 d. 1203
4b. Conan V of Brittany b. 1200 m. Marie of France
5b. Catherine of Brittany b. 1201
6b. Margaret of Brittany b. 1201

Eleanor of Brittany m. 1201 Alfonso II of Portugal(a)
1a. Constance of Portugal, Queen of Castile and Leon b. 1202 m. Ferdinand III of Castile and Leon
1a1a. Alfonso X of Castile
2a. Sancho II of Portugal b. 1203 d. 1260 - childless
3a. Enrique of Portugal, Duke of Boulogne and Evreux b. 1204 m. Matilda II of Boulogne
3a1a. Denis I of Portugal and Boulogne b. 1221 m. Joan of Pointheu
3a1a1a. Eleanor of Portugal m. Edward I
3a1a1b. Henrique I of Portugal m. Beatrice of Castile
4a. Matilda of Portugal, Queen of Navarre b. 1209
5a. Eleanor of Portugal, Queen of Denmark b. 1211
6a. Fernando, Lord of Serpa b. 1212
 
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Basic list based on an Idea I had. Diverges to make Murad invade the Balkans while Selim I of the Ottomans is conquering Egypt. He is defeated and becomes a Christian as OTL but his children are different (from what I found he had a son named Cem) and he lives in Italy instead of Rhodes and so is not killed by (well on the orders of) Suleiman the Magnificent. (I did find stuff about the OTL son of Murad surviving and his descendants but it was just one article discussing it. That's where I found Murad's wife.)

List of claimants to Ottoman Empire:
1. Cem I
2. Murad III, converted to Catholicism baptised as Pierre m. Maria Concetta Doria
3. Gabriel di Turchia, Captain of the Free Company of the Grand Turk, claimant to the Ottoman throne as Cebrail I.
4. Otto, converted to Protestantism, claimant as Osman II m. Elizabeth Tudor, Queen of England
5. Alexander I Osman-Tudor, Iskandar I Osmanoglu [a]
6. Solomon I Osman-Tudor, Suleiman I Osmanoglu [c]
7. Alexander II and IV, Iskandar II
8. Henry IX and I, Mehmed III [d]
9. Edward VII, Bayazit II
10. James I, Cem II
11. Willem II of the Netherlands, Murad IV [e]
12. Alexander I and Later III, Iskandar III [f]

[a] fights against the Scots in the English War of Succession. Takes all of the Scottish Lowlands as the Scottish March. Makes his brother Margrave of the Scottish Marches and Duke of Edinburgh (House of Osman-Tudor-Edinburgh). King of the Scots becomes the Prince of Scotland and a vassal of the English King.
[c] faces a republican revolt. Is able to restore order. Annexes all of Scotland and is crowned King of the Scots. The Scottish March is disestablished. Charles Stuart, Prince of Scotland becomes Duke of Glasgow.
[d] established the tradition of seperate Ottoman and British names instead of using translatable names that were appropriate. Conquers the Netherlands and passes the Act of Union with Scotland. The Netherlands is allowed to choose between the King Henry, the Stuart General who conquered them and the head of Osman-Tudor-Edimburgh's as their king. They chose the latter one.
[e] Great Britain happened to have a Queen after James I.
[f] Inherited Great Britain some years after his coronation in the Netherlands.
 
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Well if we're doing non-European royalty without the need for complex family trees I'd figure I would do one I've been toying around with for an Imagawa Shogunate, so it's not finalized.

As a note, Japanese uses the family name, personal name in that order Nobles, tended to have a Kanji commonly passed through the family, or sometimes it was gifted. The Imagawa had Uji as a kanji used in their family, although Yoshimoto may have been gifted by a Shogun kanji of Yoshi.

Shoguns of the Imagawa Shogunate

1 Imagawa Yoshimoto
2 Imagawa Ujizane
3 Imagawa Ujinobu (mother was a member of the Oda clan)
4 Imagawa Ujiharu
5 Imagawa Yoshiuji (mother was a member of the Miyoshi clan
6 Imagawa Yoshimune (mother was a member of the Date clan)
7 Imagawa Yoshitada
8 Imagawa Ujiie (mother was a member of the Ukita clan)
9 Imagawa Ujimoto (mother was a member of the Mori clan)
10 Imagawa Motoyasu
 
1. Robert De Bruce
2. David De Bruce 1. son
3. Robert De Bruce 2. Son
4. Alexander III De Bruce 3. Brothers son
5. Robert De Bruce 4. son
6. Edward De Bruce 5. Second son
7. William II De Bruce Relative
8. William III De Bruce "The fool" 7. Son

Alternate Dynasty of the De bruce royalty of Scotland ending with William III The young fool.
 
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Constance I of Brittany m.Geoffrey II of Brittany(a) Guy de Thouars(b)

1a. Eleanor of Brittany b. 1184 m. Alfonso II of Portugal

2a. Matilda of Brittany b. 1185 d. 1189

3a. Arthur of Brittany b. 1187 d. 1203

4b. Conan V of Brittany b. 1200 b. Marie of France m. Berengaria of Portugal

5b. Catherine of Brittany b. 1201

6b. Guy of Brittany b. 1201


Eleanor of Brittany m. 1201 Alfonso II of Portugal(a)

1a. Constance of Portugal, Queen of Castile and Leon b. 1202 m. Ferdinand III of Castile and Leon

1a1a. Alfonso X of Castile

2a. Sancho II of Portugal b. 1203 d. 1260 – no legitimate surviving issue

3a. Enrique of Portugal, Duke of Boulogne and Evreux b. 1204 m. Matilda II of Boulogne

3a1a. Henrique I of Portugal and Boulogne b. 1221 m. Joan of Pointheu

3a1a1a. Eleanor of Portugal m. Edward I

3a1a1b. Denis I of Portugal m. Beatrice of Castile

4a. Matilda of Portugal, Queen of Navarre b. 1209

5a. Eleanor of Portugal, Queen of Denmark b. 1211

6a. Fernando, Lord of Serpa b. 1212

7a. Godofredo b. 1216

 
From my "Prussian Napoleon" not-a-timeline-yet (and maybe never truly will). Frederick III is the aforementioned Prussian Napoleon.

List of the Kings in Prussia:
Frederick I "the Mercenary King" (1701-1713)
Frederick William I "the Soldier King" (1713-1740)
Frederick II "the Great" (1740-1772)
List of Kings of Prussia:
Frederick II "the Great" (1772-1786)
Frederick William II (1786-1797)
Frederick III "the Emperor" (1797-1815) (Emperor of the HRE and President of the League of Berlin 1806-1815)*
List of the Holy German Emperors, Kings of Prussia and Poland:
Frederick III "the Emperor" and Fryderyk I (1815-1840)
Frederick William III and Fryderyk Wilhelm I (1840-1861)**
List of the Holy German Emperors, Kings of Prussia, Poland and Batavia (Java):
Frederick William III, Fryderk Wilhelm I and Friedrich Wilhelm I (1857-1861)
Frederick William IV, Fryderyk Wilhelm II and Friedrich Wilhelm II (1861-1888)***
William I, and Wilhelm I (1888)
William II, and Wilhelm II (1888-1921) (abdicated)****
List of the Holy German Emperors, Kings of Prussia and Poland:
Frederick William V and Fryderyk Wilhelm III (1921-1951)*****
Frederick IV and Fryderyk II (1951-1994)
Sigismund I and Zygmunt IV (1994-Present (2030))

* Start of this ATL. Replaces OTL Frederick Wilhelm III. France is defeated in War of the Second Coalition and Bourbons are restored in 1801. Together with Bavaria defeats Austrians and the rest of the HRE in a 1803-1806 war. Proceeds to unify Germany in a 1810-1815 war (Hapsburgs are left with Bohemia and Hungary) and annexes Switzerland and the Netherlands, also giving independence to Poland.
** Reigns during the 1846-1852 war against France, Russia and Bohemia-Hungary. Hapsburg Hungary is puppetized and Bohemia joins HGE under a Hohenzollern Monarch. 2nd French Republic is established 1848.
*** Reigned during 1861-1866 war against Britain and Russia (mostly anyway, there were other nations on both sides)
**** Great War (1915-1921) is lost by the Germans, Northerners (Scandinavians) and Ottomans while British, Italians, Russians and the Japanese win. Colonies, Netherlands, Baltic lands and the mastery over Hungary is lost.
***** Monarch during the French War (1928-1933). France loses some land and the Orleans Kings are replaced by the Third Republic. Netherlands rejoins the HGE as a member in 1936 (instead of a Prussian Province as it was from 1815 to 1921).
 
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From my short-lived Catherine of Braganza gave birth to a baby girl in 1669 timeline (which I'd like to reboot someday):

Monarchs of United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
  1. Queen Elizabeth II (b. 1669 - d. 1739; reigned 1685 - 1739); consort: Maximilian William of Brunswick-Lüneburg, Duke of Cumberland (1666 - 1726) [1]
    (Children: Catherine (died young); Elizabeth, Queen of Spain; Charles; Maximilian (died young); Catherine Henrietta, Tsarevna of Russia; James; Infanta Anne; Henry; Charlotte)

  2. King Charles III (b. 1689 - d. 1762; reigned 1739 - 1762); consort: Archduchess Maria Magdalena of Austria (1689 - 1743)
    (Children: Maximilian; Catherine; Maria; Charles; Leopold and Elizabeth (twins); Eleanor, Dauphine of France)

  3. King Maximilian I (b. 1716 - d. 1775; reigned 1762 - 1775); consort: Princess Philippine Charlotte of Prussia (1716 - 1801)
    (Children: Maximilian; Charles; Leopold; Maria)

  4. King Charles IV (b. 1738 - d. 1793; reigned 1775 - 1793); consort: Elizabeth Antonovna of Brunswick-Lüneburg (1743 - 1782)
    (Children: Charles (died young); Eleanor; Charlotte; Charles; Leopold; Maximilian)

  5. King Charles V (b. 1770 - d. 1841; reigned 1793 - 1841); consort: Princess Louise Auguste of Denmark (1771 - 1843)
    (Children: Louisa; Leopold; Caroline; Mary; Christian)

  6. King Leopold I (b. 1796 - d. 1858; reigned 1841 - 1858); consort: Princess Maria Anna of Saxony (1799 - 1832)
    (Children: Leopold)

  7. King Leopold II (b. 1826 - d. 1884; reigned 1858 - 1884); consort: Princess Maria Anna of Prussia (1836 - 1918)
    (Children: Eleanor; Leopold; Anna; Henry; Caroline; Frederick; Charles; Sophie)

  8. King Leopold III (b. 1846 - d. 1885; reigned 1884 - 1885); consort: None [2]
    (Children: None)

  9. King Henry IX (b. 1849 - d. 1912; reigned 1885 - 1912); consort: Princess Thyra of Denmark (1853 - 1933)
    (Children: Anne; Leopold; Elizabeth; James; Sophia; Henry)

  10. King Leopold IV (b. 1876 - d. 1927; reigned 1912 - 1927); consort: Archduchess Maria Annunciata of Austria (1876 - 1961)
    (Children: Charlotte)

  11. Queen Charlotte I (b. 1898 - d. 1955; reigned 1927 - 1955); consort: Henry, Duke of Parma and Piacenza (1873 - 1939)
    (Children: Henry; James; Helen, Queen of Yugoslavia)

  12. King Henry X (b. 1918 - d. 2003; reigned 1955 - 1957); consort: None
    (Children: Henry; Eleanor; Patricia) [3]

  13. King James II (and VII) (b. 1923 - d. 2018; reigned 1957 - 2018); consort: Lady Caroline Howard (b. 1927)
    (Children: Mary; Catherine; Jane; Louisa)

  14. Queen Elizabeth III (b. 1954; reigned 2018 - present); consort: Frederick Montagu Douglas Scott, grandson of Admiral Lord Charles Montagu Douglas Scott (b. 1954) [4]
    (Children: Henry; Frederick; Elizabeth)
[1] = a union between England and Scotland was proclaimed in 1720, making Elizabeth the first monarch of Great Britain and Ireland.
[2] = Leopold III ruled for barely a year after the death of his father and as such, as a lifelong bachelor until then, did not have the opportunity to marry nor father a son.
[3] = Henry X came to the throne unmarried. His married mistress had given birth to a son, Henry, and daughter, Eleanor, widely acknowledged to be Henry's. Once on the throne, he tried to persuade Parliament to allow him to marry a Spanish Fascist, which they refused to allow while also allowing him to remain on the throne. He abdicated in favor of his younger brother, being made to sign away the right of all his descendants to the British throne, married a Spanish Fascist and had a daughter, Patricia.
[4] = Styled Princess Mary at birth, then Mary, Princess Royal on the ascension of her father, eventually made Mary, Princess of Wales but chose Elizabeth as her regnal name.

[Some of the middle consorts like the Danish princesses I'd need to tweak because they would no longer exist as OTL versions but I'll leave them as is for now.]
Spinning off from myself, here's a couple of generations of the Romanov line through Elizabeth's daughter Catherine Henrietta

Catherine Henrietta (b. 14 February 1693; d. 14 December 1766) m. Alexei Petrovich, Tsarevich of Russia (b. 28 February 1690; d. 7 July 1718) (a), Unknown, subject to much historian speculation (b)
1a) Peter II (Pyotr) (b. 1713; d. ? November 1731)​
2a) Dmitry II (b. 1714; d. 1776) m. Zofia Krasinska (b. 1718; d. 1790)​
1a) Ekaterina Dmitriyevna (b, 1741)​
2a) Dmitry III (b. 1743)​
3a) Zofia Dmitriyevna (b. 1744)​
4a) Nicolai Dmitriyevich (b. 1748)​
3a) Sophia (b. 1715; d. 1781) m. Count Mikhail Illarionovich Vorontsov (b. 1714; d. 1767)​
1a) Alexander (b. 1733)​
2a) Mikhail (b. 1735)​
3a) Sophia (b. 1736)​
4a) Yekaterina (b. 1737)​
5a) Elizaveta (b. 1739)​
6a) Anna (b. 1743)​
4a) Miscarriage ? 1716​
5a) Ivan (b. 1717; d. 1770) - never married​
6a) Anna (b. 1719; d. 1729)​
7b) Maria (b. 1732; d. 1804); called Maria the Fatherless​

As you can see I have some things far more worked out than others
 
From my "Prussian Napoleon" not-a-timeline-yet (and maybe never truly will). Frederick III is the aforementioned Prussian Napoleon.

List of the Kings in Prussia:
Frederick I "the Mercenary King" (1701-1713)
Frederick William I "the Soldier King" (1713-1740)
Frederick II "the Great" (1740-1772)
List of Kings of Prussia:
Frederick II "the Great" (1772-1786)
Frederick William II (1786-1797)
Frederick III "the Emperor" (1797-1815) (Emperor of the HRE and President of the League of Berlin 1806-1815)*
List of the Holy German Emperors, Kings of Prussia and Poland:
Frederick III "the Emperor" and Fryderyk I (1815-1840)
Frederick William III and Fryderyk Wilhelm I (1840-1861)**
List of the Holy German Emperors, Kings of Prussia, Poland and Batavia (Java):
Frederick William III, Fryderk Wilhelm I and Friedrich Wilhelm I (1857-1861)
Frederick William IV, Fryderyk Wilhelm II and Friedrich Wilhelm II (1861-1888)***
William I, and Wilhelm I (1888)
William II, and Wilhelm II (1888-1921) (abdicated)****
List of the Holy German Emperors, Kings of Prussia and Poland:
Frederick William V and Fryderyk Wilhelm III (1921-1951)*****
Frederick IV and Fryderyk II (1951-1994)
Sigismund I and Zygmunt IV (1994-Present (2030))

* Start of this ATL. Replaces OTL Frederick Wilhelm III. France is defeated in War of the Second Coalition and Bourbons are restored in 1801. Together with Bavaria defeats Austrians and the rest of the HRE in a 1803-1806 war. Proceeds to unify Germany in a 1810-1815 war (Hapsburgs are left with Bohemia and Hungary) and annexes Switzerland and the Netherlands, also giving independence to Poland.
** Reigns during the 1846-1852 war against France, Russia and Bohemia-Hungary. Hapsburg Hungary is puppetized and Bohemia joins HGE under a Hohenzollern Monarch. 2nd French Republic is established 1848.
*** Reigned during 1861-1866 war against Britain and Russia (mostly anyway, there were other nations on both sides)
**** Great War (1915-1921) is lost by the Germans, Northerners (Scandinavians) and Ottomans while British, Italians, Russians and the Japanese win. Colonies, Netherlands, Baltic lands and the mastery over Hungary is lost.
***** Monarch during the French War (1928-1933). France loses some land and the Orleans Kings are replaced by the Third Republic. Netherlands rejoins the HGE as a member in 1936 (instead of a Prussian Province as it was from 1815 to 1921).
Is HGE trying to germanize it's minorities (Bohemians, Poles)?
 
Is HGE trying to germanize it's minorities (Bohemians, Poles)?
Actually most of the Poles are not in the HGE. Posen, Galicia-Lodomeria and Congress Poland make up the independent Kingdom of Poland, which shares a monarch with HGE/Prussia.
For the Bohemians the answer is probably. But they'll also use the "you are a divergent group of Germans" argument too. With the main point being making them feel German instead of making them German.
I don't think they bothered for the Dutch other than promoting a Pan-German view that the Dutch were just a sub group of the Germans and that their language is dialect of German
 
Spinning off from myself, here's a couple of generations of the Romanov line through Elizabeth's daughter Catherine Henrietta

Catherine Henrietta (b. 14 February 1693; d. 14 December 1766) m. Alexei Petrovich, Tsarevich of Russia (b. 28 February 1690; d. 7 July 1718) (a), Unknown, subject to much historian speculation (b)
1a) Peter II (Pyotr) (b. 1713; d. ? November 1731)​
2a) Dmitry II (b. 1714; d. 1776) m. Zofia Krasinska (b. 1718; d. 1790)​
1a) Ekaterina Dmitriyevna (b, 1741)​
2a) Dmitry III (b. 1743)​
3a) Zofia Dmitriyevna (b. 1744)​
4a) Nicolai Dmitriyevich (b. 1748)​
3a) Sophia (b. 1715; d. 1781) m. Count Mikhail Illarionovich Vorontsov (b. 1714; d. 1767)​
1a) Alexander (b. 1733)​
2a) Mikhail (b. 1735)​
3a) Sophia (b. 1736)​
4a) Yekaterina (b. 1737)​
5a) Elizaveta (b. 1739)​
6a) Anna (b. 1743)​
4a) Miscarriage ? 1716​
5a) Ivan (b. 1717; d. 1770) - never married​
6a) Anna (b. 1719; d. 1729)​
7b) Maria (b. 1732; d. 1804); called Maria the Fatherless​

As you can see I have some things far more worked out than others
Maybe @Valena and @alexmilman can correct me, but Dmitri/Dima seems like a rather unlikely name for a Romanov boy. Perhaps Mikhail instead.
Same goes for Sofia and Ivan for members of the Naryshkin branch. Likely a girl will be Natalia (as OTL), perhaps Ekaterina (since Ekaterina I was the goddaughter of Alexei and his aunt, Ekaterina Alexeïevna).

Also, why does Alexei get a foreign bride and then his children are married off to locals? Elisabeth of Mecklenburg (Anna Leopoldovna) would make for a sensible match for Pyotr II/Mikhail II. And his sister will likely be married off abroad. Perhaps to Anton Ulrich of Brunswick (strengthen an alliance with the Austrians) or a surviving Georg Wilhelm of Hannover (second son of Georg II - as a way of tying the Russians into a western European network of alliances)
 
Actually most of the Poles are not in the HGE. Posen, Galicia-Lodomeria and Congress Poland make up the independent Kingdom of Poland, which shares a monarch with HGE/Prussia.
For the Bohemians the answer is probably. But they'll also use the "you are a divergent group of Germans" argument too. With the main point being making them feel German instead of making them German.
I don't think they bothered for the Dutch other than promoting a Pan-German view that the Dutch were just a sub group of the Germans and that their language is dialect of German
With such difference of power, even independent Poland which shares an monarch would end up as a de facto part of HGE.
 
With such difference of power, even independent Poland which shares an monarch would end up as a de facto part of HGE.
I mean yes. Poland actes as a British Dominion. There is no effort to Germanise Poles however other than making accept their monarch.
 
Maybe @Valena and @alexmilman can correct me, but Dmitri/Dima seems like a rather unlikely name for a Romanov boy. Perhaps Mikhail instead.
Same goes for Sofia and Ivan for members of the Naryshkin branch. Likely a girl will be Natalia (as OTL), perhaps Ekaterina (since Ekaterina I was the goddaughter of Alexei and his aunt, Ekaterina Alexeïevna).
Dmitrii is fine and well, if unlucky - the firstborn of Alexis I was called this, though died in infancy.

Agree with no Sophia, though in this case it's name after the child's mother. Ivan is... eh, meh, I think Feodor and Mikhail are more likely to reappear.
 
I mean yes. Poland actes as a British Dominion. There is no effort to Germanise Poles however other than making accept their monarch.
I imagine that HGE would fed Poles anti-Russian propaganda and in heads of more insane German thinkers probably idea of retaking all land formerly held by PLC would arise.
 
Maybe @Valena and @alexmilman can correct me, but Dmitri/Dima seems like a rather unlikely name for a Romanov boy. Perhaps Mikhail instead.
Same goes for Sofia and Ivan for members of the Naryshkin branch. Likely a girl will be Natalia (as OTL), perhaps Ekaterina (since Ekaterina I was the goddaughter of Alexei and his aunt, Ekaterina Alexeïevna).

Also, why does Alexei get a foreign bride and then his children are married off to locals? Elisabeth of Mecklenburg (Anna Leopoldovna) would make for a sensible match for Pyotr II/Mikhail II. And his sister will likely be married off abroad. Perhaps to Anton Ulrich of Brunswick (strengthen an alliance with the Austrians) or a surviving Georg Wilhelm of Hannover (second son of Georg II - as a way of tying the Russians into a western European network of alliances)
Quite agree about the names: they’d clearly have the wrong associations. Eventually, “Dmitry” made it into the imperial family but it was much later (Grand Duke Dmitry Pavlovich was born in 1891, not sure if there were earlierGrand Dukes of that name).

The second issue is a little bit more complicated: in OTL Peter II had Menshikov’s daughter and then Princess Dolgorukova as his official brides and there was even a rumor about his desire to marry Cesarevna Elizabeth (his aunt and few years older than he) but both official brides had been forced upon him by the de facto rulers while he was very young. The next emperor marrying locally was Alexander II and this was a second and morganating marriage.
 
Sophia was meant as a tribute namesake for both Sophia of Hanover, who hosted Catherine Henrietta when she and Alexei were introduced, as well as to Zoe Palaiologina, who later changed her name to Sophia.

Dmitry was also never meant to be tsar, he was Catherine and Alexei’s second son. When he was born and named, there was no reason to believe his father and then older brother wouldn’t both be long ruling tsars.

As for Ivan, eh, I don’t have any particular reason. It’s perhaps not a particularly auspicious name either, given the last Ivan in the family was Ivan V, who co-ruled with Peter the Great but had severe physical and mental handicaps, but I think it’s not impossible. He’s also the third son so I think a little leeway in naming can be allowed.

Pyotr didn’t become tsar until 1728 despite Peter the Great dying in 1725 because of a power struggle with first Catherine I and then her two daughters. Then he died after only about two and a half years as tsar. Sophia’s marriage early in the reign of her second brother was meant to help consolidate power. Dmitry was supposed to make a foreign match but he ended up falling for and pursing Zofia Krasinska. Their three oldest children definitely made foreign and political matches, I just haven’t gotten to figuring out who or where their marriage partners come from.
 
A little something to go with my Howard-Centred Matriarchy Tudors AU, ‘Lionesses Regnant’, which can be found on A03, though I won’t be transferring it here, as it’s far too ASB for this site… As such, this tree contains spoilers for the sequel, Albion in Flames. Best not to look too closely at David and Rachel's descendants if you're in the process of reading it!!

Elizabeth Howard, Queen of England [1] m 1487 Thomas Boleyn, Prince Consort and Duke of Ormonde [2]
  • Prince George, Prince Consort of Castile and Aragon (b.1489) m. 1502 Juana, Queen of Castile and Aragon (b.1489) [3]
    • Infanta Ana, Princess of Asturias (b.1504)
    • Dona Catalina (b.1507)
    • Dona Beatriz (b.1511)
  • Anne II of England from 1519 Queen Anne of Albion(b. 1493, d. 1536) m[a] 1502 Juan, Prince of Castile and Aragon (b. 1488) [4] – marriage annulled 1509 m. 1510, [b ]Henry Plantagenet, Prince Consort and Marquess of Southampton (1491, d. 1515) [5] m.[c] 1519 James Stewart, King of Scotland (b.1491, d.1536) [6] exm [d] Charles Brandon, Lieutenant and Constable of the Tower [7]
    • 1a) Prince Richard, Marquess of Monmouth and Montagu (b. 1508) m. 1523 Dorothea, Princess of Denmark (b. 1504)
    • 2b) Prince George [8] (b.1511)
    • 3b) Princess Cecily (b. and d. 1513)
    • 4d) Rachel, Princess of Wales (b.1515) from 1522 Rachel Stewart-Howard, Crown Princess of Albion bet.1522 to Lord David of Scotland – see the descendants of Princess Mary…
      • Elizabeth Stewart-Howard Duchess of Carnavron (b. 1535, d.1536)
      • Esther Stewart-Howard, Crown Princess of Albion (b. 1537)
    • 5c) Lady Arabella Stewart-Howard (b.1522, d. 1537) [9]
  • Princess Mary, Duchess of Orkney [10] (1495-1515) m. 1507 James Stewart, King of Scotland (b.1491, d.1536)
    - Prince Alexander of Scotland (b. 1510)
    - Lord Robert of Scotland (b. 1512)
    - Lord David of Scotland (b. 1514) from 1522 Lord David, High Steward and High Admiral of the Isles bet. 1522 to Rachel, Crown Princess of Albion - see Anne's descendants
    • Elizabeth Stewart-Howard Duchess of Carnavron (b.1535, d.1536)
    • Esther Stewart-Howard, Crown Princess of Albion (b. 1537)

Notes:
[1] OTL's Countess of Wiltshire and Ormonde.
[2] OTL's Thomas Boleyn, Earl of Wiltshire and Ormonde.
[3] OTL's Juana I of Spain, I have simply delayed her birth - and those of her siblings- by a decade and played around with the birth years of the OTL Boleyn siblings to fit my needs. And yes, Juana is her parents' eldest daughter in this one, I killed Isabella off young because I had too many Elizabeths to deal with as it was...
[4] OTL's Juan of Asturias, albeit a decade younger here, see note on his sister...
[5] OTL's Henry VIII, he's the younger brother of Margaret Plantagenet, Countess of March and Richmond in this AU...
[6] OTL's James IV of Scotland, albeit slightly younger to bring him into line with Anne's age more. Being his mother's only child, he succeeds to the Scottish throne in lieu of a sister.
[7] OTL's Charles Brandon, older brother to Anne's favourite playmate, Lady Sybil Brandon, heiress to the Countess of Suffolk, here.
[8] As a Second Son, George should bear the title Lord, not Prince, but Anne follows her mother's lead here and refuses to have her second son be viewed as lesser than her first - see note 10.
[9] Arabella is treated as her parents' second daughter and styled Lady Arabella because she's Anne's second daughter and that's what matters here. Part of Anne and James's marriage contract is James's adoption of Rachel.
[10] As her parents second daughter - I swapped the Boleyn girls' presumed birth order round for this AU - Mary ought to be styled 'Lady', not Princess, but Elizabeth flouts convention because Mary is her favourite and she won't have her feeling less than Anne just because she's two years younger... The Scots are not quite so obliging and return the slight of having James's original betrothal to Anne broken by refusing to title Mary Queen of Scotland or even Princess Consort...
 
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