List of Alternate Monarchs and Aristocratic Lineage

Absolutely. No way who York will not take the Lancastrian princess for his son... likely the wedding would be celebrated at the moment and consummated later
Hmm interesting by which point it is too late for anyone to dissolve it one imagines
 
Castile and Aragon never unified

John I of Castile (1358-1390) R. 1379-1390 M. Eleanor of Aragon (1358-1382)
  • Henry III of Castile (1379-1406) R. 1390-1406 M. Catherine of Lancaster (1373-1418)
    • Maria of Castile (1401-1458) M. Alfonso V of Aragon (1396-1451) R. 1416-1451
      • Aragonese Trastamaras
    • Catherine, Duchess of Villena (1403-1439) M. Henry, Duke of Villena (1400-1445)
    • John II of Castile (1405-1454) R. 1406-1454 M. Maria of Aragon (1403-1445)
      • Henry IV of Castile (1425-1474) R. 1454-1474 M. Blanche of Navarre (1424-1464) No Issue, Joan of Portugal (1439-1475)
        • John III of Castile (1462-1530) R. 1474-1530
      • Isabella of Castile (1451-1504)
      • Alfonso, Duke of Salamanca (1453-1517) M. Isabella of Aragon (1450-1524)
        • Henry V of Castile (1476-1542) R. 1530-1542
  • Ferdinand I of Aragon (1380-1416) R. 1412-1416 M. Eleanor, Countess of Albuquerque (1374-1435)
    • Alfonso V of Aragon (1396-1451) R. 1416-1451 M. Maria of Castile (1401-1458)
      • Ferdinand, Prince of Girona (1421-1449) M. Joan of Navarre (1423-1489)
        • Maria of Aragon (1445-1497) M. Someone idk
        • Alfonso VI of Aragon (1448-1462) R. 1458-1462
        • Isabella of Aragon (1450-1524) M. Alfonso, Duke of Salamanca (1453-1517)
    • John II (1398-1479) R. 1462-1479 M. Isabella of Navarre (1395-1450)
      • Ferdinand II of Aragon (1425-1483) R. 1479-1483 M. Joan of England (1428-1463)
        • Alfonso VII of Aragon (1446-1497) R. 1483-1497
      • Alfonso II of Naples (1428-1490) M. Leonor of Portugal (1434-1467) R. 1479-1490
        • John I of Naples (1452-1511) R. 1490-1511
I only started showing rulers after a certain point. The gist of it is there are 3 main PoDs - Charles, Prince of Viana (son of Charles III) survives, Joanna La Beltraneja is born male and Alfonso, Prince of Asturias survives. This leads to Castile under Alfonso's descendants, Aragon (inc Sardinia) under the line of an ATL Ferdinand II of Aragon and Naples (inc Sicily) under the line of an ATL second son of John II.
 
Castile and Aragon never unified

John I of Castile (1358-1390) R. 1379-1390 M. Eleanor of Aragon (1358-1382)
  • Henry III of Castile (1379-1406) R. 1390-1406 M. Catherine of Lancaster (1373-1418)
    • Maria of Castile (1401-1458) M. Alfonso V of Aragon (1396-1451) R. 1416-1451
      • Aragonese Trastamaras
    • Catherine, Duchess of Villena (1403-1439) M. Henry, Duke of Villena (1400-1445)
    • John II of Castile (1405-1454) R. 1406-1454 M. Maria of Aragon (1403-1445)
      • Henry IV of Castile (1425-1474) R. 1454-1474 M. Blanche of Navarre (1424-1464) No Issue, Joan of Portugal (1439-1475)
        • John III of Castile (1462-1530) R. 1474-1530
      • Isabella of Castile (1451-1504)
      • Alfonso, Duke of Salamanca (1453-1517) M. Isabella of Aragon (1450-1524)
        • Henry V of Castile (1476-1542) R. 1530-1542
  • Ferdinand I of Aragon (1380-1416) R. 1412-1416 M. Eleanor, Countess of Albuquerque (1374-1435)
    • Alfonso V of Aragon (1396-1451) R. 1416-1451 M. Maria of Castile (1401-1458)
      • Ferdinand, Prince of Girona (1421-1449) M. Joan of Navarre (1423-1489)
        • Maria of Aragon (1445-1497) M. Someone idk
        • Alfonso VI of Aragon (1448-1462) R. 1458-1462
        • Isabella of Aragon (1450-1524) M. Alfonso, Duke of Salamanca (1453-1517)
    • John II (1398-1479) R. 1462-1479 M. Isabella of Navarre (1395-1450)
      • Ferdinand II of Aragon (1425-1483) R. 1479-1483 M. Joan of England (1428-1463)
        • Alfonso VII of Aragon (1446-1497) R. 1483-1497
      • Alfonso II of Naples (1428-1490) M. Leonor of Portugal (1434-1467) R. 1479-1490
        • John I of Naples (1452-1511) R. 1490-1511
I only started showing rulers after a certain point. The gist of it is there are 3 main PoDs - Charles, Prince of Viana (son of Charles III) survives, Joanna La Beltraneja is born male and Alfonso, Prince of Asturias survives. This leads to Castile under Alfonso's descendants, Aragon (inc Sardinia) under the line of an ATL Ferdinand II of Aragon and Naples (inc Sicily) under the line of an ATL second son of John II.
This is interesting, what’s going on in England since we have an ATL English princess here?
 
I couldn't find any good Lancasters or Mortimers so I decided to invent one. She could be a Lancaster, Mortimer or a descendant of Richard II.
 
Hmm interesting by which point it is too late for anyone to dissolve it one imagines
That is the point. A wedding celebrated but not consummated need to be annulled and that is more complicated to do than breaking a simple engagement/contract... And I have found a copy of my scenario

Elizabeth Woodwille as Lancastrian princess

John of Lancaster, Duke of Bedford
(1389–1436) married a) Anne of Burgundy (1404-1432) in 1423 b) Jacquetta of Luxembourg (1415-1472) in 1433

1b) Elizabeth of Lancaster, Duchess of Bedford (1436-1492) married Edward IV of York, King of England (1442–1485) in 1449 (consummated 1456)
  1. Edward V of England (b. 1457) married Isabella of Viseu (b.1459)
  2. Richard, Duke of York and Burgundy (b. 1459) married Mary, Duchess of Burgundy (b. 1457)
  3. Elizabeth (b. 1462) married Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor (b. 1459)
  4. Jacquetta (1465-1470)
  5. Mary (1467-1482)
  6. Cecily (b. 1469) married Charles VIII of France (b.1470)
  7. John, Duke of Bedford (b.1470) married Anne, Duchess of Brittany (b. 1477)
  8. Margaret (1472-1473)
  9. George, Earl of March (1473-1483)
  10. Anne (b.1475) married James IV of Scotland (b. 1473)
  11. Edmund, Earl of Cambridge (1477-1479)
  12. Catherine (b.1479) married Juan, Prince of Asturias (b.1478)
Notes: either Edward of Westminster is never born or died early or the Yorks rebelled as OTL, deposing Henry VI. In the latter case Margaret of Anjou and Warwick's invasion is the last rebellion of the Lancaster as Edward of Westminster would die as OTL and the Lancaster's inheritance would entirely pass to Edward IV's queen and their children (same story if Henry VI remained childless). Jacquetta has still remarried to Richard Woodwille after John's death and Elizabeth's birth and they had many children but the Duke of York was able to get custody of Elizabeth and quickly engaged and then married her to his own eldest son and heir. Edmund of York still died and George and Richard eventually married Warwick's daughters (how much similar or different from OTL depend from Edward of Westminster existence)
 
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That is the point. A wedding celebrated but not consummated need to be annulled and that is more complicated to do than breaking a simple engagement/contract... And I have found a copy of my scenario
Quality mind if I do some work on it?
 
Lionel of Antwerp has posthumous son with Violante Visconti (Lionel, born in 1369)

Lionel I (1369-1429) King of England 1402, m. Yolande of Aragon (1384-1442)

1) Edward IV (1402-1439) King of England 1429, m. Isabella of Brittany (1411-1442)

2) Lionel (1404-1414)

3) Yolande (1406-1458) m. Martin II (1406-1452) King of Aragon and Navarre

3) Philippa (1408-1467) m. Edward I (1391-1438) King of Portugal

4) Henry (1410-1413)

5) John (1411-1465) Duke of Clarence, m. Elizabeth Beauchamp (1415-1448)
 
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Edmund Holland, 4th Earl of Kent, has a daughter with Lucia Visconti

Edmund (1383-1408) Earl of Kent, m. Lucia Visconti (ca. 1380-1424)

1) Alice (1408-1463) m. Humphrey Lancaster (1390-1447) Duke of Gloucester

1) Mary (1425-1488) m. Charles IV (1421-1471) King of Navarre​

2) Henry (1426-1429)​

4) Edmund I (1428-1481) King of England 1452*, m. Alice Neville (1430-1503)​

4) Humphrey (1430)​

5) Alice (1432-1440)​

* Henry VI dies earlier ITTL, before worst signs of his madness.
 
Richard II has younger brother (Edmund, born in 1368). Edmund succeedes older brother in 1392, after Richard's ATL death in horse ridding accident. Later, thanks to Habsburg-level luck, Plantagenets succeede in Navarre, Aragon and Holland.

Edmund I (1368-1416) King of England 1392, m. a) Elizabeth Fitzalan (1366-1397) b) Joanna of Navarre (1382-1413)

1a) Joan (1393-1455) m. John V (1389-1442) Duke of Brittany, has issue

2a) Edward IV (1394-1441) King of England 1416 m. a) Isabella of Portugal (1397-1420) b) Jacqueline of Hainaut (1401-1436)

1a) Edmund II (1418-1473) King of England 1441, m. Margaret of Pomerania* (1425-1468)​
2a) Edward (1420)​
3b) William III (1424-1479) Count of Holland and Hainaut 1436, m. Mary of Cleves (1426-1487)​
4b) Elizabeth (1427-1429)​
5b) Edward (1429-1433)​
6b) John (1431-1483) Duke of Clarence​

3a) Elizabeth (1396-1450) m. James I (1394-1437) King of Scotland, has issue

4a) Philippa (1397-1416) m. Eric of Pomerania (1381-1459) King of Denmark, Norway and Sweden

5b) Edmund I (1404-1446) King of Navarre 1425 m. Maria of Aragon**/ (1411-1449)

1) Charles IV/I (1429-1481) King of Navarre 1446, King of Aragon 1451, m. Eleanor of Portugal (1434-1487)​
2) Peter (1432)​
3) Joanna (1436-1438)​
* Daughter of Eric of Pomerania from his second marriage IDK with whom

** Daughter of Martin the Younger, who does not die in 1409 ITTL. Martin has also surviving son, but that son dies childless in 1451 as last male member of House of Barcelona, thus Charles IV of Navarre gets Aragonese throne after childless uncle.
 
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POD: Arthur, Prince of Wales survives. Based on a post I made years ago.
Note: Italics for infancy deaths of individuals who died before marriage/offspring.

HENRY VII of England, Ireland, and Wales (28 January 1457 - 21 April 1509) m. Elizabeth of York (11 February 1466 - 15 March 1515)
1. ARTHUR I of England, Ireland and Wales (20 September 1486 - 31 December 1536) m. Katherine of Aragon (16 December 1485 - 14 February 1536)​
1. Mary Tudor (18 January 1505 - 22 September 1508)​
2. Arthur Tudor (24 June 1506 - 7 October 1508)​
3. HENRY VIII of England, Ireland and Wales (3 November 1507 - 15 May 1571) m. Charlotte of France (23 October 1516 - 20 June 1541) [a] | m. Maria Manuela of Portugal (15 October 1527 - 14 November 1558)​
1a. EDWARD VI of England (7 November 1534 - 5 August 1577)​
2a. Katherine Tudor (16 December 1535 - 1 June 1544)​
3a. Stillborn Daughter (October 1537)​
4a. Stillborn Son (March 1539)​
5a. Charlotte Tudor (29 April 1541 - 17 July 1601)​
6a. Charles Tudor, Duke of Somerset (29 April 1541 - 16 June 1541)​
7b. Anne Tudor (2 May 1546 - 17 November 1593)​
8b. Jasper Tudor, Duke of Somerset (14 October 1549 - 28 December 1608)​
Illegitimate issue:​
1. Grace Fitzhenry (11 January 1560 - abt. 1610) [by Gertrude Butler]​
4. Isabella Tudor (12 February 1510 - 19 March 1567) m. CHRISTIAN III of Denmark (12 August 1503 - 10 January 1559)​
1. FREDERICK II of Denmark (21 December 1529 - 29 December 1600)​
2. Anna of Denmark (1 April 1533 - 16 May 1560)​
3. Henry of Denmark (25 September 1534 - 25 March 1584)​
4. John of Denmark (3 August 1539 - 6 February 1549)​
5. Isabella of Denmark (18 March 1543 - 28 June 1586)​
5. Joan Tudor (27 July 1515 - 4 April 1577) m. SIGISMUND II AUGUSTUS of Poland (1 August 1520 - 7 July 1572), no issue​
2. Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scots (28 November 1489 - 18 October 1541) m. JAMES IV of Scotland (17 March 1473 - 9 September 1523) [a] | m. Henry Stewart, 1st Lord Methven​

1a. James Stewart, Duke of Rothesay (21 February 1507 - 28 February 1508)​
2a. Edith Stewart (15 July 1508 - 3 December 1555)​
3a. ARTHUR I of Scotland (22 October 1509 - 23 April 1579)​
4a. Elizabeth Stewart (7 April 1511 - 9 November 1541)​
5a. Alexander Stewart, Duke of Ross (30 April 1512 - 14 May 1520)​
6a. Stillborn Son (July 1513)​
7a. Stillborn Daughter (March 1514)​
8a. Margaret Stewart (13 January 1515 - 8 December 1583)​
9b. Alice Stewart (4 March 1529 - 4 March 1588)​
3. Henry, Duke of York (28 June 1491 - 19 August 1550) m. Mary of Guise (22 November 1515 - 15 June 1560)​
1. Elizabeth Tudor (30 August 1532 - 5 January 1599)​
2. Cecily Tudor (8 March 1534 - 17 October 1560)​
3. Henry, 2nd Duke of York (10 January 1535 - 4 July 1602)​
4. William Tudor (15 April 1537 - 28 September 1550)​
Illegtimate Issue:​
1. Margaret Fitzyork (1515 - 1560) [by ??]​
2. Mary Fitzyork (1524 - 15 January 1569) [by Mary Boleyn]​
3. John Fitzyork, Captain of Calais (1531 - 4 December 1589) [ by ??]​
4. Elizabeth Tudor (2 July 1492 - 14 September 1495)​
5. Mary Tudor, Holy Roman Empress, Queen of Spain (18 March 1496 - 26 June 1535) m. CHARLES V, Holy Roman Emperor, King of Spain (24 February 1500 - 21 September 1558)​
1. Maria of Austria (6 August 1515 - 18 September 1550)​
2. PHILLIP II of Spain (24 March 1517 - 9 May 1589)​
3. Henry of Austria (16 September 1519 - 24 September 1522)​
4. Isabella of Austria (2 February 1522 - 15 April 1566)​
5. Stillborn Son (January 1523)​
6. Stillborn Son (December 1523)​
7. Ferdinand of Austria (18 July 1526 - 17 December 1599)​
8. Joanna of Austria (6 November 1529 - 10 June 1558)​
9. Stillborn Daughter (May 1535)​
6. Edmund Tudor (21 February 1499 - 19 June 1500)​
 
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POD: Arthur, Prince of Wales survives. Based on a post I made years ago.
Note: Italics for infancy deaths of individuals who died before marriage/offspring.

HENRY VII of England, Ireland, and Wales (28 January 1457 - 21 April 1509) m. Elizabeth of York (11 February 1466 - 15 March 1515)
1. ARTHUR II of England, Ireland and Wales (20 September 1486 - 31 December 1536) m. Katherine of Aragon (16 December 1485 - 14 February 1536)​
1. Mary Tudor (18 January 1505 - 22 September 1508)​
2. Arthur Tudor (24 June 1506 - 7 October 1508)​
3. HENRY VIII of England, Ireland and Wales (3 November 1507 - 15 May 1571) m. Charlotte of France (23 October 1516 - 20 June 1541) [a] | m. Maria Manuela of Portugal (15 October 1527 - 14 November 1558)​
1a. EDWARD VI of England (7 November 1534 - 5 August 1577)​
2a. Katherine Tudor (16 December 1535 - 1 June 1544)​
3a. Stillborn Daughter (October 1537)​
4a. Stillborn Son (March 1539)​
5a. Charlotte Tudor (29 April 1541 - 17 July 1601) m.​
6a. Charles Tudor, Duke of Somerset (29 April 1541 - 16 June 1541)​
7b. Anne Tudor (2 May 1546 - 17 November 1593)​
8b. Jasper Tudor, Duke of Somerset (14 October 1549 - 28 December 1608)​
Illegitimate issue:​
1. Grace Fitzhenry (11 January 1560 - abt. 1610) [by Gertrude Butler]​
4. Isabella Tudor (12 February 1510 - 19 March 1567) m. CHRISTIAN III of Denmark (12 August 1503 - 10 January 1559)​
1. FREDERICK II of Denmark (21 December 1529 - 29 December 1600)​
2. Anna of Denmark (1 April 1533 - 16 May 1560)​
3. Henry of Denmark (25 September 1534 - 25 March 1584)​
4. John of Denmark (3 August 1539 - 6 February 1549)​
5. Isabella of Denmark (18 March 1543 - 28 June 1586)​
5. Joan Tudor (27 July 1515 - 4 April 1577) m. SIGISMUND II AUGUSTUS of Poland (1 August 1520 - 7 July 1572), no issue​
2. Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scots (28 November 1489 - 18 October 1541) m. JAMES IV of Scotland (17 March 1473 - 9 September 1523) [a] | m. Henry Stewart, 1st Lord Methven​

1a. James Stewart, Duke of Rothesay (21 February 1507 - 28 February 1508)​
2a. Edith Stewart (15 July 1508 - 3 December 1555)​
3a. ARTHUR I of Scotland (22 October 1509 - 23 April 1579)​
4a. Elizabeth Stewart (7 April 1511 - 9 November 1541)​
5a. Alexander Stewart, Duke of Ross (30 April 1512 - 14 May 1520)​
6a. Stillborn Son (July 1513)​
7a. Stillborn Daughter (March 1514)​
8a. Margaret Stewart (13 January 1515 - 8 December 1583)​
9b. Alice Stewart (4 March 1529 - 4 March 1588)​
3. Henry, Duke of York (28 June 1491 - 19 August 1550) m. Mary of Guise (22 November 1515 - 15 June 1560)​
1. Elizabeth Tudor (30 August 1532 - 5 January 1599)​
2. Cecily Tudor (8 March 1534 - 17 October 1560)​
3. Henry, 2nd Duke of York (10 January 1535 - 4 July 1602)​
4. William Tudor (15 April 1537 - 28 September 1550)​
Illegtimate Issue:​
1. Margaret Fitzyork (1515 - 1560) [by ??]​
2. Mary Fitzyork (1524 - 15 January 1569) [by Mary Boleyn]​
3. John Fitzyork, Captain of Calais (1531 - 4 December 1589) [ by ??]​
4. Elizabeth Tudor (2 July 1492 - 14 September 1495)​
5. Mary Tudor, Holy Roman Empress, Queen of Spain (18 March 1496 - 26 June 1535) m. CHARLES V, Holy Roman Emperor, King of Spain (24 February 1500 - 21 September 1558)​
1. Maria of Austria (6 August 1515 - 18 September 1550)​
2. PHILLIP II of Spain (24 March 1517 - 9 May 1589)​
3. Henry of Austria (16 September 1519 - 24 September 1522)​
4. Isabella of Austria (2 February 1522 - 15 April 1566)​
5. Stillborn Son (January 1523)​
6. Stillborn Son (December 1523)​
7. Ferdinand of Austria (18 July 1526 - 17 December 1599)​
8. Joanna of Austria (6 November 1529 - 10 June 1558)​
9. Stillborn Daughter (May 1535)​
6. Edmund Tudor (21 February 1499 - 19 June 1500)​
Small nitpick: Regnal name of Arthur of England would be Arthur I when there hasn't been any Arthur king after William the Conqueror. They didn't count even Edwards before William the Conqueror who were actual kings not some mythological king.
 
Small nitpick: Regnal name of Arthur of England would be Arthur I when there hasn't been any Arthur king after William the Conqueror. They didn't count even Edwards before William the Conqueror who were actual kings not some mythological king.
Thanks! I had put it as the second because I thought maybe they might count King Arthur, since his legend was so admired, but you're probably right, they'd probably just stick to the numbers that began with the Conqueror. :)
 
Return of Trastamsras: John, Prince of Girona survives and his descendants gets Castile back.

John III (1509-1552) King of Aragon 1516, m. Maria of Portugal (1513-1566)

1) Isabella (1530-1600) m. Philip II (1527-1598) King of Castile

1) Ferdinand (1549-1559)​
2) Maria (1551-1581) m. Ferdinand II* (1551-1582) Holy Roman Emperor, no issue​
3) Joanna (1554-1593) m. John IV of Aragon (see below)​
4) Isabella (1556-1589) m. John IV of Portugal (see below)​
5) Philip (1559-1574)​
6) John (1563-1581)​

2) Germaine (1532)

3) Ferdinand III (1533-1588) King of Aragon 1552, m. Joanna of Castile (1535-1573)

1) John IV (1553-1596) King of Aragon 1588, m. Joanna of Castile (1554-1593)​
1) Ferdinand (1577-1581)​
2) John V/III (1579-1633) King of Aragon 1596, King of Castile 1598​
2) Ferdinand (1558-1564)​
3) Maria (1560-1561)​
4) Philip (1564-1566)​

4) John (1535)

5) Joanna (1536-1568) m. John Manuel (1537-1554) Infante of Portugal

1) John IV (1554-1600) King of Portugal 1557, m. Isabella of Castile (1556-1589), has issue​
* Oldest son of HRE Maximilian II
 
Something that has been brewing in my head for a while after talking with @perdu42 and @TimTurner this is what I've come up with:

POD: William the Conqueror dies in 1069, before the harrying of the north,events conspire to see Edgar Atheling restored to the throne of England

Edgar II of England (b.1051:d.1100) m Gunhild of Wessex (b.1054)

Issue:

Edward of England (b.1070)

Margaret of England (b.1072)

Edmund of England (b.1076)

Agatha of England (b.1080)

Edyth of England (b.1084)
 
Another idea, roughly similar to the previous one, but where Edward Canmore, eldest son of Malcolm III of Scotland doesn't die at Alnwick

Edward I of Scotland (b.1071: d.1120) m Gruaidh of Moray (b.1074)

Issue:

Malcolm IV of Scotland (b.1094)

Margaret of Scotland (b.1095)

Donald of Scotland (b.1097)

Gruaidh of Scotland (b.1099)

Edgar of Scotland (b.1104)
 
Something that has been brewing in my head for a while after talking with @perdu42 and @TimTurner this is what I've come up with:

POD: William the Conqueror dies in 1069, before the harrying of the north,events conspire to see Edgar Atheling restored to the throne of England

Edgar II of England (b.1051:d.1100) m Gunhild of Wessex (b.1054)

Issue:

Edward of England (b.1070)

Margaret of England (b.1072)

Edmund of England (b.1076)

Agatha of England (b.1080)

Edyth of England (b.1084)
A surviving House of Wessex always get a nod of approval from me.
Another idea, roughly similar to the previous one, but where Edward Canmore, eldest son of Malcolm III of Scotland doesn't die at Alnwick

Edward I of Scotland (b.1071: d.1120) m Gruaidh of Moray (b.1074)

Issue:

Malcolm IV of Scotland (b.1094)

Margaret of Scotland (b.1095)

Donald of Scotland (b.1097)

Gruaidh of Scotland (b.1099)

Edgar of Scotland (b.1104)
Is Gruaidh of Moray a previously unknown daughter of Máel Snechtai of Moray?
 
Revisiting an old favourite of mine. John of Scotland Earl of Huntingdon does not die and has surviving issue:

John of Scotland (b.1207:d.1255) m Elen ferch Llewellyn (b.1211:d.1260)

Issue:

Henry I of Scotland (b.1230: d.1290)

Matilda of Huntingdon (b.1234)

David of Huntingdon (b.1236)

John of Scotland being the oldest surviving male in the male line of the House of Dunkeld descended from David I of Scotland is named regent for his cousin Alexander III of Scotland following the latter's ascension to the throne in 1249, John's time as regent would prevent the Kingdom's near outbreak into civil war, but only just, as John would need to put down rebellions early on whilst also preventing English interference into internal affairs. He would die in 1255 from a heart attack, at which point his son Henry who had moved to Scotland with his father when the older man had come to Scotland in the late 1230s, would take up the role of regent for Alexander III, eventually handing the reins of poiwer to his cousin when the man came of age in 1262. Henry would have been married to Alice Comyn, daughter of the Lord of Badenoch in 1253. Henry would have fought for King Henry during the Second Baron's War and would've seen some of his territory in England increase as a consequence, however, feeling an increasing pull toward Scotland, Henry would hand over control of the Earldoms to his younger brother David, and become a prominent member of his cousin Alexander's court. Following the death of Alexander's children, Henry would become heir apparent, and when Alexander died following an accident in 1286, Henry would ascend the throne at the age of fifty-six.

Henry I of Scotland (b.1230:D.1290) m Alice Comyn (b.1236)

Issue:

Alexander of Scotland (b.1255: d.1290)

Elen of Scotland (b.1260)

Alice of Scotland (b.1264)

John of Scotland (b.1270)

@FriendlyGhost @The Professor
 
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