List of Alternate Monarchs and Aristocratic Lineage

An idea I had for a story I'm currently working on, where James II of England has more surviving children by Mary of Modena:

James II and VII (b.1633: d. 1696) m Mary of Modena (b.1658:d.1700)

Issue:

Charles III of Albion (b.1674)

Catherine Laura (b.1675) m Frederick IV of Denmark

Isabel (b.1676) m Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor

Charlotte Maria (b.1682) m Louis, Duke of Burgundy

James Francis (b.1684)

Edward Alphonso (b.1688)

Louisa Maria Theresa (b.1692)

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Charles III of the United Kingdom of Albion (b.1674: d.1730) m Elisabeth Dorothea of Hesse Darmstadt (b.1676) or Sophie Charlotte of Hesse Kassel (b.1678)
I guess who the Prince of Wales, being at least ten years old at his uncle’s death, was educated as Protestant and kept that religion also under his father‘s reign...
 
I guess who the Prince of Wales, being at least ten years old at his uncle’s death, was educated as Protestant and kept that religion also under his father‘s reign...
Indeed, that's the premise I'm currently working on, the influence of his sister the Princess of Orange is another big factor in keeping him Protestant. Unsure who he would marry tho
 
Indeed, that's the premise I'm currently working on, the influence of his sister the Princess of Orange is another big factor in keeping him Protestant. Unsure who he would marry tho
Why you have chosen that two girls as candidates? Sophie Charlotte can work better than Elisabeth Dorothea (whose family do not married so high, so maybe one of the daughters of her elder half-sister would work better?)
 
Why you have chosen that two girls as candidates? Sophie Charlotte can work better than Elisabeth Dorothea (whose family do not married so high, so maybe one of the daughters of her elder half-sister would work better?)
Was thinking they'd be used as proxies, if James is looking for a Protestant marriage for his son-unlikely- or if Charles is looking for a bride for himself. Am open to other suggestions :)
 
While this is true, the fact that there is suspicion around his father's sudden death (one day healthy enough to play tennis, and dead the next - even accounting for medieval medicine that sounds suspicious), indicates to my mind that there is as much of a chance Jean le Posthume was as likely a sickly child as a poisoned one.
I think while Louis himself was really poisoned, John wasn't real danger to anyone - after all, his uncle was a regent and he had enough time to mould him in his direction.
 
A Tudorwank with a little bit longer living Arthur.

Henry VII Tudor (1457-1511) King since 1485
married from 1486-1503 to Elizabeth of York (1466-1509)

Issue:
-1. Arthur Tudor, Prince of Wales (1486-1508)
married from 1501-1508 to Catalina of Aragorn (1485-1540)
-- 1. Henry VIII Arthur ( 1502-1558) King since 1511 with regents, declared legal age 1515, married and has issue

-- 2. Elizabeth Phillipa (1502-1540) twin sister of Henry Arthur, married with issue

-- 3. Stillborn boy 1504

-- 4. Stillborn girl 1505

-- 5. Mary Catherine (1507-1549), two times widowed, no issue


-2. Margaret Tudor(1489-1541) married (a) from 1503-1513 to King James IV of Scotland (1473-1513)

-- 1.James (1507-1508)
-- 2. Stillborn girl 1508
-- 3.Arthur Stewart (1509-1510)
-- 4.James (1512- ) King James V since 1513, married with Issue
-- 5. Margaret (1513-1577), married with Issue

married (b) from 1514-1527 (divorce) to Archibald Douglas, 6th Earl of Angus
-- 1b.Mary Margaret Douglas (1515-1578)married with issue

married (c) from 1528-1541 to Henry Stewart, 1st Lord Methven, no issue together

-3.Henry Tudor, Duke of York (1491-1555) married (a) from 1506- 1519 to Sybille of Bavaria (1489-1519)
Issue from first marriage
-- 1a. Henry Albert (1507-1561) Duke of York (1555-1561) married with issue

-- 2a. Stillborn boy 1509
-- 3a. Stillborn twin girls 1511
-- 4a. Elizabeth Cunigunda (1513-1535) married with issue
-- 5a. Stillborn boy 1515
-- 6a.misscarriage 1516
-- 7a. miscarriage 1519 which leads to Sybille's death

second marriage (b) from 1521-1541 to Anne Boleyn(1501-1536) granddaughter of 2nd Duke of Norfolk
Issue from second marriage
-- 1b. Edward (1523-1563) unmarried, no issue
-- 2b George (1525-1555), married with issue
-- 3b Stillborn daughter 1527
-- 4b.Henry (1529-1577) unmarried, countless bastards
-- 5b. misscarriage 1530
-- 6b. miscarriage 1531
-- 7b. Elizabeth Anne (1533-1601) Twin to 8b. married three times, issue from first two marriages
-- 8b. Mary Anne (1533-1589) Twin to 7b. married with issue
Anne will not get pregnant again after the Twin birth and she dies 1536 after a fall from her horse during a Hunt.

third marriage (c) from 1538-1555 to Mary of Guise (1515-1560) widow of the Duke of Longueville (married from 1534-1537)
She had two sons from her first husband, one , Francis who will survive childhood

Issue from third marriage
-- 1c. Mary Margaret (1540-1580) unmarried, nun
-- 2c. Edmund Henry (1541-1571), married without issue
-- 3c.Cecily Anne (1544-1578) married with issue
-- 4c. miscarriage which also renders Mary of Guise sterile


-4. Mary Tudor (1496-1518) married from 1515-1518 to King Louis XII (1462- 1526), King of France since 1498

His first mariage (a) was from 1476-1498 to Joan of France, no issue, dissolved through the Pope.
His second marriage (b) was from 1498-1514 to Anne of Britanny (1477-1514)
They had female issue
-- 1b.Claude of France (1499-1524 ) married with issue
-- 2b.Renee of France (1510-1574)married with issue

Mary Tudor was the third wife (c) of Louis XII

They had Issue
-- 1c. Charles IX Henri (1516-1541) married, has issue
-- 2c. Marie Valentine (1517-1537) married, no surviving issue
-- 3c. Louis Robert (1518-1580) married two times, has issue
Mary Tudor dies ten days after her third Child was born.
 
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A Tudorwank with a little bit longer living Arthur.

Henry VII Tudor (1457-1511) King since 1485
married from 1486-1503 to Elizabeth of York (1466-1509)

Issue:
-1. Arthur Tudor, Prince of Wales (1486-1508)
married from 1501-1508 to Catalina of Aragorn (1485-1540)
-- 1. Henry VIII Arthur ( 1502-1558) King since 1511 with regents, declared legal age 1515, married and has issue

-- 2. Elizabeth Phillipa (1502-1540) twin sister of Henry Arthur, married with issue

-- 3. Stillborn boy 1504

-- 4. Stillborn girl 1505

-- 5. Mary Catherine (1507-1549), two times widowed, no issue


-2. Margaret Tudor(1489-1541) married (a) from 1503-1513 to King James IV of Scotland (1473-1513)

-- 1.James (1507-1508)
-- 2. Stillborn girl 1508
-- 3.Arthur Stewart (1509-1510)
-- 4.James (1512- ) King James V since 1513, married with Issue
-- 5. Margaret (1513-1577), married with Issue

married (b) from 1514-1527 (divorce) to Archibald Douglas, 6th Earl of Angus
-- 1b.Mary Margaret Douglas (1515-1578)married with issue

married (c) from 1528-1541 to Henry Stewart, 1st Lord Methven, no issue together

-3.Henry Tudor, Duke of York (1491-1555) married (a) from 1506- 1519 to Sybille of Bavaria (1489-1519)
Issue from first marriage
-- 1a. Henry Albert (1507-1561) Duke of York (1555-1561) married with issue

-- 2a. Stillborn boy 1509
-- 3a. Stillborn twin girls 1511
-- 4a. Elizabeth Cunigunda (1513-1535) married with issue
-- 5a. Stillborn boy 1515
-- 6a.misscarriage 1516
-- 7a. miscarriage 1519 which leads to Sybille's death

second marriage (b) from 1521-1541 to Anne Boleyn(1501-1536) granddaughter of 2nd Duke of Norfolk
Issue from second marriage
-- 1b. Edward (1523-1563) unmarried, no issue
-- 2b George (1525-1555), married with issue
-- 3b Stillborn daughter 1527
-- 4b.Henry (1529-1577) unmarried, countless bastards
-- 5b. misscarriage 1530
-- 6b. miscarriage 1531
-- 7b. Elizabeth Anne (1533-1601) Twin to 8b. married three times, issue from first two marriages
-- 8b. Mary Anne (1533-1589) Twin to 7b. married with issue
Anne will not get pregnant again after the Twin birth and she dies 1536 after a fall from her horse during a Hunt.

third marriage (c) from 1538-1555 to Mary of Guise (1515-1560) widow of the Duke of Longueville (married from 1534-1537)
She had two sons from her first husband, one , Francis who will survive childhood

Issue from third marriage
-- 1c. Mary Margaret (1540-1580) unmarried, nun
-- 2c. Edmund Henry (1541-1571), married without issue
-- 3c.Cecily Anne (1544-1578) married with issue
-- 4c. miscarriage which also renders Mary of Guise sterile


-4. Mary Tudor (1496-1518) married from 1515-1518 to King Louis XII (1462- 1526), King of France since 1498

His first mariage (a) was from 1476-1498 to Joan of France, no issue, dissolved through the Pope.
His second marriage (b) was from 1498-1514 to Anne of Britanny (1477-1514)
They had female issue
-- 1b.Claude of France (1499-1524 ) married with issue
-- 2b.Renee of France (1510-1574)married with issue

Mary Tudor was the third wife (c) of Louis XII

They had Issue
-- 1c. Charles IX Henri (1516-1541) married, has issue
-- 2c. Marie Valentine (1517-1537) married, no surviving issue
-- 3c. Louis Robert (1518-1580) married two times, has issue
Mary Tudor dies ten days after her third Child was born.
Tudors and Valois would not use two names at this time, I think.
 
An alternate BRF that changes little politically, but is a fun random thought experiment.

Edward VIII [originally Prince Albert Victor] (b.1864 r. 1910 d.1934) m. Helene of Orleans* (b.1871 m. 1895 d.1951)
  1. Victoria Mary Isabelle Alexandra (1896 - 1943) m. Edward Cavendish, Duke of Devonshire
    1. Lady Victoria Evelyn Helen Cavendish (1918 - 1968)
    2. Lady Elizabeth Alexandra Edwina Cavendish (1920 - 1969)
    3. Edward William Victor John Cavendish, Marquess of Hartington (1922 -1998)
    4. Lord William Andrew Albert Philip Cavendish (1925 -1978)
    5. Lord Victor Henry Spencer Christian Cavendish (1927 -2019)
  2. Albert Philip Edward Christian (1899 - 1981) m. Irene of Greece and Denmark
  3. Edward Albert Victor George, Duke of Clarence (1901 - 1928)
  4. Alexandra Helena Louise Edwina (1903 - 1934) m. Frederick IX of Denmark
    1. Alexandra Helena Frederica Thorhildur (1924 - 1953)
    2. Louise Alexandrine Victoria Marie (1928 - 1969)
    3. Anne Alexandra Edwina Maud (1930 -1957)
    4. Christian Edward Frederick Philip (1932 - 2003)
  5. Helena Charlotte Amelia Maud (1906 - 1941) m. Gustav Adolf, Duke of Vasterbotten
    1. Margaretha Desiree Helena (1932 - 1975)
    2. Carl Gustav Edward Christian, Duke of Jamtland (1934 - 2009)
    3. Birgitta Victoria Alice (1936 - 2009)
    4. Oscar Edmund Arthur Johan, Duke of Ostergotland (1939 - 2015)
  6. Christian Henry Frederick David, Duke of Sussex (1906 - 1955) m. Juliana of the Netherlands
    1. Beatrix Wilhelmina Helena (1938 - 2012)
    2. Willem Hendrik Edward Christian (1941 - 2009)
    3. Alexander Frederik Johan (1944 - 2002)
    4. Frederik David George (1947 - 2022)

* = Helene's father dies early and she converts to Anglicanism ahead of the wedding to Eddy
I've decided to flush out the auxiliary branches from this scenario, starting with TTL's Dutch Royal Family.

Queen Juliana of the Netherlands (b.1909 r. 1948-1980 d.2004) m. Christian, Duke of Sussex (1906 - 1955)
  1. Beatrix Wilhelmina Helena (1938 - 2012) m. Udo Bentinck
    1. Margaret Wilhelmina Bentinck (1967 -2008)
    2. Charlotte Juliana Bentinck (1969 -)
    3. Anne Louise Bentinck (1973 - )
  2. Willem Hendrik Edward Christian (1941 - 2009) m. Gunhild Kirk Christiansen**
  3. Alexander Frederik Johan (1942 - 2002) m. Lynn Redgrave
    1. Princess Clara Rachel Juliana of Orange-Nassau (1968 -)
    2. Princess Mary Helena Anne of Orange-Nassau (1971 -)
    3. Prince Benedikt Michael Christian of Orange Nassau (1974 -)
  4. Frederik David George (1947 - 2022) m. Sylvia Nasar
    1. Prince Nicholas Christian Frederik of Orange-Nassau (1978 -)
    2. Prince Albert Willem Georg of Orange-Nassau (1980 - 1998)
    3. Prince Arthur Alexander Edward of Orange-Nassau (1980 -)
    4. Prince Charles Philip Johan of Orange-Nassau (1984 -)

Willem IV (b.1941 r.1980 d.2009) m. Gunhild Kirk Christiansen
  1. Hanna Edith Juliana Helena (1970 -) m. Christopher Elliot
  2. Christina Wilhelmina Gunhild Amalia (1973 -) m. Marius Abraham
    1. Countess Catherine Edith Victoria of Orange Nassau (2007 -)
    2. Countess Pauline Juliana Charlotte of Orange Nassau (2008 -)
  3. Emma Alexandra Philippa Anna (1976 -) m. Sophia Daniels ***

Hanna (b. 1970 r. 2009) m. Christopher Elliot
  1. Victoria Gunhild Nicola Juliana, Princess of Orange (2003 -)
  2. Prince Johan Christian Willem Robert (2006 -)

** Yes, the granddaughter of the Lego founder, who I imagine was introduced to Willem via his Danish cousins.
***Emma was for a long time subject of press speculation. She only appeared in public with her Sophia Daniels (who she met while studying in Ottawa) in 2003, two years after the passing of marriage equality in the Netherlands. When Emma and Sophia married in 2009, after nearly 10 years together, there was some religious controversy but ultimately was seen as evidence of the progressive nature of the Dutch nation.
 
Not really an alternate post (yet) but I'm working on one: different marriages for ALL of Queen Victoria's children. Question: is there anyone besides Friedrich III for Victoria, Princess Royal, to marry or should I call it a draw given Albert's OTL push for the marriage and just stick with it?
 
Not really an alternate post (yet) but I'm working on one: different marriages for ALL of Queen Victoria's children. Question: is there anyone besides Friedrich III for Victoria, Princess Royal, to marry or should I call it a draw given Albert's OTL push for the marriage and just stick with it?
Probably not. As far as Albert and Victoria were concerned they wanted a liberal united Germany and the most likely nation to lead the unification was Prussia. The idea was that Vicky would influence Fritz (who they imagined would rule much earlier and for a much longer time then he did IOTL) to create a more liberal and enlightened Prussia and eventually lead to a constitutional monarchy.

You'd probably need an earlier PoD to either a) have a different house look like it will lead German unification, b) have Fritz not be the heir, c) have Vicky be Victoria's heiress or second in line to the throne so there's anxiety about a potential Hanover scenario arising with Prussia, or d) Frederick Wilhelm IV has a daughter he insists on marrying Fritz off to.

The only way I can see it happening IOTL is to have a strong Russian alternative for the Anglophobic Elisabeth of Bavaria and Prussian court rally behind and then see the many petty machinations behind the scenes (English distaste for Prussia after the Crimean War, annoyance over Vicky keeping her title of Princess Royal, Victoria insisting the pair marry in London, etc..) build up so that Wilhelm and Augusta agree to let Vicky go in exchange for the Russian candidate. IOTL there weren't any of age besides maybe Catherine Mikhailovna who was 4 years Fritz's senior.

This could maybe work with a PoD that sees a surviving Alexandra or Anna Mikhailovna (the former being the same age as Fritz, the latter 3 years younger) or Alexandra Alexandrovna (only 2 years younger than Vicky).
 
Probably not. As far as Albert and Victoria were concerned they wanted a liberal united Germany and the most likely nation to lead the unification was Prussia. The idea was that Vicky would influence Fritz (who they imagined would rule much earlier and for a much longer time then he did IOTL) to create a more liberal and enlightened Prussia and eventually lead to a constitutional monarchy.

You'd probably need an earlier PoD to either a) have a different house look like it will lead German unification, b) have Fritz not be the heir, c) have Vicky be Victoria's heiress or second in line to the throne so there's anxiety about a potential Hanover scenario arising with Prussia, or d) Frederick Wilhelm IV has a daughter he insists on marrying Fritz off to.

The only way I can see it happening IOTL is to have a strong Russian alternative for the Anglophobic Elisabeth of Bavaria and Prussian court rally behind and then see the many petty machinations behind the scenes (English distaste for Prussia after the Crimean War, annoyance over Vicky keeping her title of Princess Royal, Victoria insisting the pair marry in London, etc..) build up so that Wilhelm and Augusta agree to let Vicky go in exchange for the Russian candidate. IOTL there weren't any of age besides maybe Catherine Mikhailovna who was 4 years Fritz's senior.

This could maybe work with a PoD that sees a surviving Alexandra or Anna Mikhailovna (the former being the same age as Fritz, the latter 3 years younger) or Alexandra Alexandrovna (only 2 years younger than Vicky).
Yeah, I figured as much. Since it involves Albert living longer, I'm just giving in and keeping Vicky's marriage the same, as well as Bertie and Alexandra. Not sure about Alice though - might ship her to the Netherlands and avoid the whole Alix of Hesse fiasco
 
Winters of Discontent
1483-1497: Richard III Gloucester (House of York)
1497-1500: Richard IV the Boy (House of Suffolk)
1500-1509: Edward VI Clarence (House of York)
1509-1509: Henry VII Buckingham (House of Stafford)
1509-1512: Edward VII Oxford (House of Stanley)
1512-1516: Henry VII Buckingham (House of Stafford) restored
1516-1518: Richard V Gloucester (House of Stanley)
1518-1519: Henry VII Buckingham (House of Stafford) restored
1519-????: Richard VI Norfolk (House of Howard)

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Incomplete lineage from the quoted post, current year 1532
Factions: Clarence (Edward VI and family), Buckingham (led by Margaret of Clarence, Duchess of Buckingham, daughter of George, Duke of Clarence), anti-Buckingham (led by Elizabeth of York, Duchess of Oxford, daughter of Edward IV)

House of Plantagenet
1. Richard of York, 3rd Duke of York (1411-1460) m. Cecily Neville

A. Anne of York, Duchess of Exeter (1439-1476) m. Henry Holland, 3rd Duke of Exeter
B. Edward IV, King of England (1442-1483) r. 1461-1470, 1471-1483; m. Elizabeth Woodville
1. Elizabeth of York, Duchess of Oxford (1466-1522) m. Edward Stanley, 1st Duke of Oxford
B. Edward VII, King of England (1487-1512), r. 1509-1512, m. 1508 Elizabeth Percy, betrothed to Catherine of Aragon
C. Richard V, King of England (1489-1518), r. 1516-1518, m. Catherine of Aragon
1. Elizabeth of England (1514-1516)
2. George of England (1515-1518)
E. Mary of Oxford, Duchess of Suffolk (b. 1495)
F. Edmund of Oxford (1496-1518)
3. Cecily of York, Duchess of Suffolk, Queen of Scotland (1469-1507) m1. Edmund de la Pole, 3rd Duke of Suffolk, m2. James IV, King of Scotland
see Edmund de la Pole, 3rd Duke of Suffolk
with James IV
A. James V, King of Scotland (b. 1499) r. 1520-present
D. David Stewart, Duke of Ross (b. 1503)
G. Mary Stewart (b. 1506)
4. Edward V, King of England (1470-1483), r. 1483
6. Richard, Duke of York (1473-1483)
7. Anne of York, Duchess of Norfolk (1475-1511) m. Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk
A. Richard VI, King of England (1499-1532) r. 1519-1532, m. Elizabeth of Buckingham
1. Anne of England (1520-1525)
2. Richard VII, King of England (b. 1522) r. 1532-present
3. Elizabeth of England (b. 1523)
4. Thomas of England (b. 1524)
5. George of England (1525-1528)
6. Margaret of England (b. 1526)
C. Katherine Howard (b. 1501)
D. Margaret Howard (b. 1503)
9. Catherine of York, Countess Percy (1479-1527) m. Henry Percy, 5th Earl of Northumberland
see Henry Percy, 5th Earl of Northumberland
10. Bridget of York (1480-1517), nun
D. Edmund, Earl of Rutland (1443-1460)
E. Elizabeth of York, Duchess of Suffolk (1444-1503) m. John de la Pole, 2nd Duke of Suffolk
1. John de la Pole, Earl of Lincoln (1462-1489)
5. Edmund de la Pole, 3rd Duke of Suffolk (1471-1496) m. Cecily of York
A. Elizabeth of Suffolk (1496-1498)
10. William de la Pole, Earl of Rutland (1478-1496) m. Anne, Duchess of Brittany
A. Elizabeth, Duchess of Brittany (1495-1520)
11. Richard IV, King of England (1480-1500), r. 1497-1500
I. George, Duke of Clarence (1449-1478) m. Isabel Neville
2. Margaret of Clarence, Duchess of Buckingham (1473-1541) m. Edward Stafford, 3rd Duke of Buckingham
A. Henry VII, King of England (1497-1519), r.1509, 1512-1516, 1518-1519 m.
B. Elizabeth Stafford, Queen of England (1499-1526) m. Richard VI, King of England
C. Anne Stafford, Countess Percy (b. 1501) m. Henry Percy, 6th Earl of Northumberland
D. George Stafford (1502-1502)
E. Edward Stafford (1504-1507)
F. Mary Stafford, Queen of France (1505-1528) m. Charles IX, King of France
3. Edward VI, King of England (1475-1509) r. 1500-1509, m. Eleanor Percy
A. Elizabeth Plantagenet (1496-1496)
B. Anne Plantagenet (b. 1498)
C. George, Prince of Wales (1501-1508)
D. Elizabeth Plantagenet, Queen of Scotland (b. 1502) m. James V of Scotland
E. Margaret Plantagenet (1504-1506)
F. Edward Posthumous, Duke of Clarence (b. 1509) claimant to England, m. Mary of Brittany
K. Richard III, King of England (1452-1497) r. 1483-1497, m1. Anne Neville, m2. Joanna of Portugal
1. Edward, Prince of Wales (1473-1484)
1. Richard, Duke of Cornwall (1487-1492)
House of Percy
1. Henry Percy, 4th Earl of Northumberland (1449-1489) m. Maud Herbert

A. Henry Percy, 5th Earl of Northumberland (1478-1509) m. Catherine of York; enemy of Edward VI
2. Henry Percy, 6th Earl of Northumberland (b. 1499) m. Anne Stafford
A. Henry Percy, Baron Percy (b. 1520)
B. Margaret Percy (b. 1521)
C. Anne Percy (b. 1523)
D. Mary Percy (1524-1524)
3. Maud Percy (b. 1501)
4. Catherine Percy (b. 1503)
B. Eleanor Percy, Queen of England (1474-1530) m. Edward VI, King of England
see Edward VI, King of England
G. Anne Percy (1485-1552) betrothed to Richard IV, King of England
H. Elizabeth Percy, Queen of England (1487-1511) m. Edward VII, King of England
 
Incomplete lineage from the quoted post, current year 1532
Factions: Clarence (Edward VI and family), Buckingham (led by Margaret of Clarence, Duchess of Buckingham, daughter of George, Duke of Clarence), anti-Buckingham (led by Elizabeth of York, Duchess of Oxford, daughter of Edward IV)

House of Plantagenet
1. Richard of York, 3rd Duke of York (1411-1460) m. Cecily Neville

A. Anne of York, Duchess of Exeter (1439-1476) m. Henry Holland, 3rd Duke of Exeter
B. Edward IV, King of England (1442-1483) r. 1461-1470, 1471-1483; m. Elizabeth Woodville
1. Elizabeth of York, Duchess of Oxford (1466-1522) m. Edward Stanley, 1st Duke of Oxford
B. Edward VII, King of England (1487-1512), r. 1509-1512, m. 1508 Elizabeth Percy, betrothed to Catherine of Aragon
C. Richard V, King of England (1489-1518), r. 1516-1518, m. Catherine of Aragon
1. Elizabeth of England (1514-1516)
2. George of England (1515-1518)
E. Mary of Oxford, Duchess of Suffolk (b. 1495)
F. Edmund of Oxford (1496-1518)
3. Cecily of York, Duchess of Suffolk, Queen of Scotland (1469-1507) m1. Edmund de la Pole, 3rd Duke of Suffolk, m2. James IV, King of Scotland
see Edmund de la Pole, 3rd Duke of Suffolk
with James IV
A. James V, King of Scotland (b. 1499) r. 1520-present
D. David Stewart, Duke of Ross (b. 1503)
G. Mary Stewart (b. 1506)
4. Edward V, King of England (1470-1483), r. 1483
6. Richard, Duke of York (1473-1483)
7. Anne of York, Duchess of Norfolk (1475-1511) m. Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk
A. Richard VI, King of England (1499-1532) r. 1519-1532, m. Elizabeth of Buckingham
1. Anne of England (1520-1525)
2. Richard VII, King of England (b. 1522) r. 1532-present
3. Elizabeth of England (b. 1523)
4. Thomas of England (b. 1524)
5. George of England (1525-1528)
6. Margaret of England (b. 1526)
C. Katherine Howard (b. 1501)
D. Margaret Howard (b. 1503)
9. Catherine of York, Countess Percy (1479-1527) m. Henry Percy, 5th Earl of Northumberland
see Henry Percy, 5th Earl of Northumberland
10. Bridget of York (1480-1517), nun
D. Edmund, Earl of Rutland (1443-1460)
E. Elizabeth of York, Duchess of Suffolk (1444-1503) m. John de la Pole, 2nd Duke of Suffolk
1. John de la Pole, Earl of Lincoln (1462-1489)
5. Edmund de la Pole, 3rd Duke of Suffolk (1471-1496) m. Cecily of York
A. Elizabeth of Suffolk (1496-1498)
10. William de la Pole, Earl of Rutland (1478-1496) m. Anne, Duchess of Brittany
A. Elizabeth, Duchess of Brittany (1495-1520)
11. Richard IV, King of England (1480-1500), r. 1497-1500
I. George, Duke of Clarence (1449-1478) m. Isabel Neville
2. Margaret of Clarence, Duchess of Buckingham (1473-1541) m. Edward Stafford, 3rd Duke of Buckingham
A. Henry VII, King of England (1497-1519), r.1509, 1512-1516, 1518-1519 m.
B. Elizabeth Stafford, Queen of England (1499-1526) m. Richard VI, King of England
C. Anne Stafford, Countess Percy (b. 1501) m. Henry Percy, 6th Earl of Northumberland
D. George Stafford (1502-1502)
E. Edward Stafford (1504-1507)
F. Mary Stafford, Queen of France (1505-1528) m. Charles IX, King of France
3. Edward VI, King of England (1475-1509) r. 1500-1509, m. Eleanor Percy
A. Elizabeth Plantagenet (1496-1496)
B. Anne Plantagenet (b. 1498)
C. George, Prince of Wales (1501-1508)
D. Elizabeth Plantagenet, Queen of Scotland (b. 1502) m. James V of Scotland
E. Margaret Plantagenet (1504-1506)
F. Edward Posthumous, Duke of Clarence (b. 1509) claimant to England, m. Mary of Brittany
K. Richard III, King of England (1452-1497) r. 1483-1497, m1. Anne Neville, m2. Joanna of Portugal
1. Edward, Prince of Wales (1473-1484)
1. Richard, Duke of Cornwall (1487-1492)
House of Percy
1. Henry Percy, 4th Earl of Northumberland (1449-1489) m. Maud Herbert

A. Henry Percy, 5th Earl of Northumberland (1478-1509) m. Catherine of York; enemy of Edward VI
2. Henry Percy, 6th Earl of Northumberland (b. 1499) m. Anne Stafford
A. Henry Percy, Baron Percy (b. 1520)
B. Margaret Percy (b. 1521)
C. Anne Percy (b. 1523)
D. Mary Percy (1524-1524)
3. Maud Percy (b. 1501)
4. Catherine Percy (b. 1503)
B. Eleanor Percy, Queen of England (1474-1530) m. Edward VI, King of England
see Edward VI, King of England
G. Anne Percy (1485-1552) betrothed to Richard IV, King of England
H. Elizabeth Percy, Queen of England (1487-1511) m. Edward VII, King of England
This is messy as fuck and I love it
 
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