List of Alternate Monarchs and Aristocratic Lineage

Agreed, wihch therefore means the focus for the Habsburgs returns to Hungary etc one imagines.
Yes, most likely... Only their main seat will shift between Vienna and Burgundy...

James IV of Scotland can always marry one of the daughters of Elizabeth of York, Duchess of Suffolk or but less likely Anne St. Leger
 
Lucy in the sky with... Bolingbroke ;)

Henry IV marries Lucia Visconti as his second wife instead of Joan of Navarre.

Lucia Visconti (1372-1424) m. Henry IV (1367-1413) King of England

1) Edmund (1407-1463) Duke of Richmond, m. Elizabeth Beauchamp (1415-1448)

1) Henry (1432-1438)​
2) Edmund I (1434-1491) King of England 1473, m. Katherine Neville (1442-1504)​
1) Edmund II (1462-1511) King of England 1491​
2) Richard (1464-1467)​
3) Henry (1465-1479)​
4) Elizabeth (1469-1540)​
5) Edward (1471)​
6) Catherine (1473-1509)​
7) William (1475)​
8) Alice (1478-1534)​
9) Anne (1480-1521)​
3) Lucy (1437)​
4) Elizabeth (1442-1482) m. John de la Pole (1442-1492), has issue​

2) Lucy (1409-1472) m. Philip III (1396-1467) Duke of Burgundy

1) Margaret (1428-1475) m. Henry VI (1421-1473) King of England​
1) Edward (1451-1470)​
2) Anne (1429-1479) m. Louis XI (1423-1483) King of France, has issue​
3) Joanna (1431-1486) m. James II (1430-1460) King of Scotland, has issue​
4) Charles (1433-1480) Duke of Burgundy 1467, m. Catherine of France (1428-1478), has issue​
5) John (1435)​
6) Henry (1437-1438)​
 
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Yes, most likely... Only their main seat will shift between Vienna and Burgundy...

James IV of Scotland can always marry one of the daughters of Elizabeth of York, Duchess of Suffolk or but less likely Anne St. Leger
Agreed, I imagine Edward IV's daughters will bemarried locally?
 
Scenario: James VI of Scotland died on the return journey from Denmark with his bride, leaving both Scotland and England in a mess. Arbella Stuart ascends to the English throne upon Elizabeth's death, while James Hamilton is able to claim the Scottish throne, although his situation is bad enough that he is murdered, leaving the throne to his brother, John, in 1595. Arbella, unmarried in her accession, marries her main English rival, William Stanley, who in 1595 refused marriage to Elizabeth de Vere in order to try and win his bride. Arbella has her consort coronated with her, and takes a more ceremonial role throughout her reign.

Arbella I, Queen of England and Ireland (b.1575: d.1622) m. William III, King of England (b.1561: d.1642) (a)

1a) Edward VII, King of England and Ireland (b.1604: d.1656) m. Marguerite of Lorraine (b.1615: d.1672) (a)​
1a) Henry Stanley, Prince of Wales (b.1634: d.1643)​
2a) Elizabeth Stanley, Princess of England and Ireland (b.1636)​
3a) Arbella Stanley, Princess of England and Ireland (b.1637)​
4a) Joan Stanley, Princess of England and Ireland (b.1640: d.1640)​
5a) Francis Stanley, Prince of Wales (b.1642: d.1648)​
6a) Christina Stanley, Princess of England and Ireland (b.1645)​
7a) Anne Stanley, Princess of England and Ireland (b.1648: d.1649)​
2a) Stillborn Daughter (c.1606)​
3a) Henry Stanley, Prince of England (b.1607: d.1607)​
4a) Charles Stanley, Duke of York (b.1609: d.1671) m. Benedetta Gonzaga (b.1614: d.1635) (a), Helen Meyer (b.1610: d.1667) (b) -morganic-​
1a) Mary Stanley of York (b.1633)​
2a) George Stanley, Duke of Stanley (b.1635)​
3b) Jane Stanley (b.1640) -illegitimate​
4b) Thomas Stanley (b.1642) - illegitimate​
5b) Ferdinand Stanley (b.1643) - illegitimate​
6b) Martha Stanley (b.1645) - illegitimate​
7b) Catherine Stanley (b.1648) - illegitimate​
5a) Stillborn Daughter (c.1610)​
6a) William Stanley, Prince of England (b.1611: d.1611)​
7a) Stillborn Daughter (c.1612)​
8a) Thomas Stanley, Duke of Bedford (b.1614: d.1647) m. Anne Howard (b.1612: d.1657) ()​
- had no issue
9a) Stillborn Son (c.1614)​

John II, King of Scotland (b.1540: d.1604) m. Margaret Lyon (c.1550: d.1612) (a)

1a) Edward Hamilton (c.1580)​
2a) Margaret Hamilton, Princess of Scotland (c.1585: d.1639) m. Henri IV, King of France (b.1553: d.1610) (a)​
1a) Louis XII, King of France (b.1602)​
2a) Stillborn Son (c.1603)​
3a) Marguerite, Princess of France (b.1605)​
4a) Jean, Duke of Orleans (b.1607)​
5a) Stillborn Daughter (c.1608)​
6a) Marie, Princess of France (b.1610: d.1610)​
3a) James VII, King of Scotland (b.1589: d.1625) m. Sophie of Saxony (b.1587: d.1635) (a)​
1a) John Hamtilton, Duke of Rothesay (b.1608)​
2a) Stillborn Son (c.1611)​
3a) Christian, Duke of Albany (b.1613: d.1628)​
4a) Margaret Hamtilton, Princess of Scotland (b.1616)​
5a) James Hamilton, Prince of Scotland (b.1618: d.1618)​
6a) Alexander Hamtilton, Duke of Ross (b.1620)​
 
Scenario: Catherine de Medici falls pregnant in 1558 and died giving birth to a sickly daughter in 1559, which makes it so Henri II of France is unable to joust during celebrations for his daughter's wedding. He dies in 1566 in another, less insane riding accident, but not before seeing Mary, Queen of Scots married for a second time to his younger son Charles following the loss of his heir. Everyone is a little happier.

Henri II, King of France (b.1519: d.1566) m. Catherine de Medici (b.1519: d.1559) (a)

1a) Francois II, King of France (b.1544: d.1560) m. Mary I, Queen of Scotland (b.1542: d.1596) (a)​
- had no issue
2a) Elisabeth, Princess of France (b.1545: d.1568) m. Philip II, King of Spain (b.1527: d.1598) (a)​
1a) Stillborn Son (c.1560)​
2a) Stillborn Daughter (c.1564)​
3a) Stillborn Daughter (c.1564)​
4a) Isabella Clara Eugenia, Infanta of Spain (b.1566: d.1633)​
5a) Catherine Michelle, Infanta of Spain (b.1567: d.1597)​
6a) Stillborn Daughter (c.1568)​
3a) Claude, Princess of France (b.1547: d.1575) m. Charles III, Duke of Lorraine (b.1543: d.1608) (a)​
1a) Henry II, Duke of Lorraine (b.1563: d.1620) m. Catherine de Guise (b.1576: d.1621) (a)​
1a) Henry III, Duke of Lorraine (b.1594)​
2a) Marguerite of Lorraine (b.1598)​
3a) Charles of Lorraine (b.1600: d.1602)​
4a) Elisabeth of Lorraine (b.1603)​
2a) Christina of Lorraine (b.1565: d.1639) m. Charles Emmanuel I, Duke of Savoy (b.1562: d.1630) (a)​
1a) Stillborn Son (c.1587)​
2a) Maria Francesca of Savoy (b.1590)​
3a) Catarina of Savoy (b.1592)​
4a) Philip of Savoy (b.1594: d.1599)​
5a) Charles IV, Duke of Savoy (b.1597)​
6a) Emmanuel of Savoy (b.1598: d.1598)​
7a) Charlotte of Savoy (b.1599)​
3a) Charles, Cardinal of Lorraine (b.1567: d.1607)​
4a) Antoinette of Lorraine (b.1568: d.1610) m. Ferdinand de Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany (b.1549: d.1609) (a)​
1a) Eleanora de Medici (b.1589)​
2a) Ferdinand II de Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany (b.1591)​
3a) Stillborn Son (c.1592)​
4a) Catherine de Medici (b.1594: d.1595)​
5a) Margareta de Medici (b.1595)​
6a) Stillborn Son (c.1597)​
8a) Cosimo de Medici (b.1599)​
9a) Francesco de Medici (b.1601: d.1602)​
5a) Anne of Lorraine (b.1569: d.1576)​
6a) Francois of Lorraine (b.1572: d.1632) m. Christina of Salm (b.1575: d.1627) (a)​
1a) Henri of Lorraine, Marquiss of Hattonchatel (b.1602: d.1611)​
2a) Charles of Lorraine, Marquiss of Hattonchatel (b.1605)​
3a) Henriette of Lorraine (b.1605)​
4a) Nicholas of Lorraine (b.1609)​
5a) Marguerite of Lorraine (b.1615)​
6a) Christine of Lorraine (b.1621: d.1622)​
7a) Catherine of Lorraine (b.1573: d.1648)​
8a) Elisabeth Renata of Lorraine (b.1574: d.1635) m. Maximilian I, Elector of Bavaria (b.1573: d.1651) (a)​
- had no issue
9a) Claude of Lorraine (b.1575: d.1576)​
4a) Louis, Duke of Orleans (b.1549: d.1550)​
5a) Charles IX, King of France (b.1550: d.1574) m. Mary I, Queen of Scotland (b.1542: d.1596) (a)​
1a) Marie, Princess of France and Scotland (b.1566: d.1585) m. Charles Emmanuel I, Duke of Savoy (b.1562: d.1630) (a)​
- had no issue
2a) Henri III & I, King of France and Scotland (b.1568: d.1611) m. Catherine Michelle, Infanta of Spain (b.1567: d.1608) (a)​
1a) Louis XII, King of France (b.1589)​
2a) Henri, Duke of Berry (b.1591: d.1594)​
3a) Catherine, Princess of France (b.1593)​
4a) Anne, Princess of France (b.1595)​
5a) Elisabeth, Princess of France (b.1598)​
3a) Stillborn Son (c.1569)​
4a) Charles, Duke of Anjou and Albany (b.1570: d.1611) m. Maria Anna of Bavaria (b.1574: d.1631) (a)​
1a) James, Duke of Anjou and Albany (b.1592)​
2a) Henri de Valois d'Anjou (b.1593: d.1595)​
3a) Madeleine de Valois d'Anjou (b.1596)​
4a) Louis de Valois d'Anjou, Duke of Ross (b.1600)​
5a) Jeanne de Valois d'Anjou (b.1602: d.1661) m. Henri Casimir de Valois, Duke of Orleans (b.1601: d.1631) (a)​
- had surviving issue​
5a) Elisabeth, Princess of France and Scotland (b.1572: d.1609) m. Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor (b.1578: d.1637) (a)​
1a) Ferdinand III, Holy Roman Emperor (b.1595)​
2a) John Francis, Archduke of Austria (b.1596)​
3a) Catherine, Archduchess of Austria (b.1598)​
4a) Stillborn Son (c.1601)​
5a) Margaret, Archduchess of Austria (b.1602)​
6a) Philip, Archduke of Austria (b.1604)​
6a) Henri I, King of Poland (b.1551: d.1603) m. Anna Jaigellon (b.1523: d.1596) (a), Eleanor, Archduchess of Austria (b.1582: d.1620) (b)​
1b) Sigismund Francois, Prince of Poland (b.1599: d.1601)​
2b) Henri Casimir de Valois, Duke of Orleans (b.1601: d.1631) m. Jeanne de Valois d'Anjou (b.1602: d.1661) (a)​
1a) Helene de Valois d'Orleans (b.1625)​
2a) Alexander Sigismund de Valois, Duke of Orleans (b.1626)​
3a) Renee Elisabeth de Valois d'Orleans (b.1627)​
4a) Stillborn Daughter (c.1628)​
5a) Henri Anne de Valois d'Orleans, Count of Auvergne (b.1630)​
3b) Stillborn Daughter (c.1602)​
7a) Marguerite, Princess of France (b.1553: d.1615) m. Henri I, Duke of Guise (b.1550: d.1593) (a)​
1a) Stillborn Son (c.1571)​
2a) Catherine de Guise (b.1576: d.1621) m. Henry II, Duke of Lorraine (b.1563: d.1620) (a)​
- had surviving issue​
3a) Henri de Guise (b.1580: d.1581)​
8a) Francois Hercules, Duke of Alencon (b.1555: d.1592) m. Catherine, Princess of Navarre (b.1559: d.1604) (a)​
- had no issue
9a) Victoria, Princess of France (b.1556: d.1556)​
10a) Joan, Princess of France (b.1556: d.1556)​
11a) Charlotte, Princess of France (b.1559: d.1559)​
 
If the plans of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine worked out.

Eleanor of Aquitaine m. Louis of France div 1152(a) Henry II of England(b)

1a.Marie, Countess of Champagne b. 1145 m. Henry I, Count of Champagne

2a. Alix, Countess of Blois b. 1150 m. Theobald V, Count of Blois

3b. Henry III of England, the Younger b. 1155 m. Margaret of France

4b. Matilda, Duchess of Saxony m. Henry the Lion

5b. Richard I of Aquitaine m. Berengaria of Navarre

6b. Geoffrey II of Brittany m. Constance of Brittany

7b. Eleanor, Queen of Castile m. Alfonso VIII

8b. Joan m. Philippe II Auguste

9b. John I of Ireland m. Alice of Savoy
 
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This is true, perhaps a nunnery for her then?
No, she need to be safely married off to someone high ranking enough but also powerless enough to not be a danger. Sent Elizabeth in a nunnery and Cecily would be trouble...
If Richard can count on Portugal Beja is perfect (but in the end the match can go ahead also without the Richard/Joana counterpart... both Manuel and Elizabeth are trouble for their respective Kings so marrying them is a good way for resolve the trouble)
 
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No, she need to be safely married off to someone high ranking enough but also powerless enough to not be a danger. Sent Elizabeth in a nunnery and Cecily would be trouble...
If Richard can count on Portugal Beja is perfect (but in the end the match can go ahead also without the Richard/Joana counterpart... both Manuel and Elizabeth are trouble for their respective Kings so marrying them is a good way for resolve the trouble)
This is very true
 
Joao Manuel not marrying Juana of Spain (and choosing a protestant princess in her place) is pretty unlikely, Anna would work better as second wife for Philip II of Spain...
The title of the heir of Spain is Prince of Asturias (you have written it as Austrias, pretty easy mistake)
Not especially. OTL there were plans to marry he and Elizabeth in the latter half of the 1530s, even when Juana was around. Just have Juana die in infancy, or be married elsewhere - to TTL Edward VI, which was also kicked around OTL, and a threeway match is possible
 
Scenario: Surviving Henry Brandon, Earl of Lincoln, unmarried as of Edward VI's death, is his chosen successor over Jane Grey. He married the Lady Elizabeth and ascends to the English throne.
He wouldn't need to be chosen over his niece. Edward hopping over his male cousin in the succession in favour of Dudley's daughter-in-law would be seen as even more of an outright power grab by the Dudleys. Chances are good that even with Henry VIII's will/Third Act of Succession in play, that Lincoln is still regarded as "nominally" the next heir - or at least the consort of one of Henry VIII's daughters (à la Edward Courtenay)
 
He wouldn't need to be chosen over his niece. Edward hopping over his male cousin in the succession in favour of Dudley's daughter-in-law would be seen as even more of an outright power grab by the Dudleys. Chances are good that even with Henry VIII's will/Third Act of Succession in play, that Lincoln is still regarded as "nominally" the next heir - or at least the consort of one of Henry VIII's daughters (à la Edward Courtenay)
In that situation if Henry VII do not opted himself for a match between Lincoln/Suffolk and lady Elizabeth, that match will be arranged by the Duke of Suffolk himself as Lord Protector....
With an adult, legitimate male around (who is also Elizabeth‘s husband) Edward will find much easier excluding Mary and passing the crown to his cousin and brother-in-law (Elizabeth would follow the same path of her namesake grandmother and the half-Spanish Catholic Mary would never see the throne).
I guess who @Kynan trying to keep the butterflies low had forgotten to adjust the family relationship (his scheme would work if Lincoln was son of Eleanor Brandon, instead of being the younger brother of Frances and Eleanor).
Kynan suggested a foreign match for Jane, I would see her likely marrying her first fiancé (aka the son of Edward Seymour, who in OTL later married her sister) or with her sister Katherine marrying the heir of Pembroke as originally planned (or swap the grooms between the sisters)
 
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In that situation if Henry VII do not opted himself for a match between Lincoln/Suffolk and lady Elizabeth, that match will be arranged by the Duke of Suffolk himself as Lord Protector....
With an adult, legitimate male around (who is also Elizabeth‘s husband) Edward will find much easier excluding Mary and passing the crown to his cousin and brother-in-law (Elizabeth would follow the same path of her namesake grandmother and the half-Spanish Catholic Mary would never see the throne).
I guess who @Kynan trying to keep the butterflies low had forgotten to adjust the family relationship (his scheme would work if Lincoln was son of Eleanor Brandon, instead of being the younger brother of Frances and Eleanor).
Kynan suggested a foreign match for Jane, I would see her likely marrying her first fiancé (aka the son of Edward Seymour, who in OTL later married her sister) or with her sister Katherine marrying the heir of Pembroke as originally planned (or swap the grooms between the sisters)
I'd love to see a version where Frances' son (not sure when he was born, but there are two pregnancies listed predating Jane's birth, one of which was male) were to survive. Even more fun if it were her son with her second husband.
 
Eleanor of Aquitaine m. Louis of France div 1152(a) Henry II of England(b)

1a.Marie, Countess of Champagne b. 1145 m. Henry I, Count of Champagne

1a1a. Henry of Champagne b. 1166

1a2a. Scholastica of Champagne b. 1172

1a3a. Marie of Champagne b. 1174

1a4a. Theobald of Champagne b. 1179

2a. Alix, Countess of Blois b. 1150 m. Theobald V, Count of Blois

1a. Margaret of Blois m. Geoffrey of Perche

2a. Louis de Blois b. 1171 m. Catherine of Clermont

3a. Isabelle of Blois b. 1180 m. Otto, Count of Burgundy

4a. Adelaide of Blois b. 1182 m. Jean de Montrail



3b. Henry III of England, the Younger b. 1155 m. Margaret of France

1a. William III of England b. 1177

2a. Margaret b. 1179

3a. Henry b. 1181

4a. Isabella b. 1183

4a. Eleanor b. 1186

4b. Matilda, Duchess of Saxony b. 1156 m. Henry the Lion

4b1a. Matilda b. 1172 m. Philippe II Auguste

4b2a. Henry V of Rhine m. Agnes of Rhine

4b3a. Lothar of Bavaria b. 1174 d. 1190

4b4a. Otto m. Blanche of Navarre

4b5a. William of Luneburg m. Helena of Denmark

5b. Richard I of Aquitaine m. Berengaria of Navarre(a)

5b1a. Berengaria of Aquitaine b. 1183

5b2a. William XI of Aquitaine b. 1190

6b. Geoffrey II of Brittany d. 1186 m. Constance of Brittany

6b1a. Eleanor of Brittany b. 1182

6b2a. Matilda of Brittany b. 1185

6b3a. Arthur I of Brittany b. 1187

7b. Eleanor, Queen of Castile m. Alfonso VIII(a)

7b1a. Berengaria of Castile b. 1180

7b2a. Urraca of Castile b. 1187

7b3a. Blanche b. 1188

7b4a. Ferdinand II of Castile b. 1189

7b5a. Mafalda b. 1191

7b6a. Eleanor b 1200

7b7a. Henry of Castile 1204

8b. Joan m. Henry VI of Holy Roman Empire(a)

8b1a. Helena of Swabia b. 1182

8b2a. Frederick II b. 1186

9b. John I of Ireland m. Alice of Savoy

9b1a. Henry I of Ireland b. 1186
 
Son of Joanna of Portugal and Charles VIII

Louis XI of France and I of Portugal b. 1484 m. Isabella of Aragon d. 1499(a) Maria of Aragon(b)

1a. Charles b. d. 1499

2b. Louis XII of France b. 1502 m. Eleanor of Austria

3b. Isabelle of France b. 1503 m. Charles of Burgundy b. 1500

4b. Beatrice of France b. 1504

5b. John III of Portugal b. 1506 m. Catherine of Austria

6b. Robert, Duke of Guyenne b. 1507

7b. Alphonse b. 1509

8b. Marie b. 1513

9b. Edouard b. 1515
 
Henry VII, King of England (b.1457: d.1509) m. Elizabeth of York (b.1466: d.1513) (a)

1a) Arthur I, King of England (b.1486: d.1525) m. Catherine, Infanta of Aragon and Castile (b.1485: d.1502) (a), Margaret of Austria (b.1480: d.1530) (b)​
1b) Mary Tudor, Princess of England (b.1506: d.1549) m. Henry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham (b.1501: d.1563) (a)​
1a) Philip Stafford, Duke of Buckingham (b.1531)​
2a) Margaret Stafford (b.1533)​
3a) Richard Stafford, Earl of Wiltshire (b.1536)​
2b) Henry Tudor, Prince of Wales (b.1509: d.1523)​
3b) Edmund I, King of England (b.1510: d.1571) m. Mary of Austria (b.1505: d.1558) (a)​
1a) Henry Tudor, Prince of Wales (b.1528: d.1540)​
2a) Joanna Tudor, Princess of England and Ireland (b.1530)​
3a) Edward Tudor, Duke of York (b.1531: d.1539)​
4a) Margaret Tudor, Princess of England and Ireland (b.1534: d.1546)​
5a) Philip I, King of England and Ireland (b.1536)​
4b) Elizabeth Tudor, Princess of England (b.1513: d.1513)​
2a) Margaret Tudor, Princess of England (b.1489: d.1542) m. James IV, King of Scotland (b.1473: d.1520) (a)​
1a) James Stewart, Duke of Rothesay (b.1507: d.1508)​
2a) Stillborn Daughter (c.1508)​
3a) Arthur Stewart, Duke of Rothesay (b.1509: d.1510)​
4a) James V, King of Scotland (b.1512: d.1542) m. Madeleine, Princess of France (b.1520: d.1537) (a), Elizabeth Tudor of York (b.1523: d.1561) (b)​
1a) James Stewart, Duke of Rothesay (b.1540: d.1542)​
2a) Eleanor I, Queen of Scotland (b.1541)​
3a) Stillborn Son (c.1541)​
4a) Margaret, Princess of Scotland (b.1542: d.1542)​
5a) Stillborn Daughter (c.1512)​
6a) Alexander Stewart, Duke of Ross (b.1514: d.1515)​
7a) Stillborn Daughter (c.1515)​
8a) Robert Stewart, Duke of Ross (b.1517: d.1518)​
9a) John Stewart, Duke of Ross (b.1519: d.1577) m. Helen Douglas (c.1520: d.1560) (a)​
1a) James Stewart of Ross (b.1541: d.1547)​
2a) Margaret Stewart of Ross (b.1542: d.1542)​
3a) Arbella Stewart of Ross (b.1544)​
4a) Stillborn Daughter (c.1545)​
5a) Alexander Stewart, Duke of Ross (b.1547)​
6a) Stillborn Son (c.1548)​
7a) Mary Stewart of Ross (b.1550: d.1560)​
8a) Joan Stewart of Ross (b.1551: d.1551)​
10a) Stillborn Daughter (c.1520)​
3a) Henry Tudor, Duke of York (b.1491: d.1547) m. Eleanor of Austria (b.1498: d.1558) (a)​
1a) Elizabeth Tudor of York (b.1523: d.1561) m. James V, King of Scotland (b.1512: d.1542) (a), Galvin Hamilton, Earl of Mar (c.1520: d.1547) (b), Hugh Montgomerie, Earl of Eglinton (b.1531: d.1585) (c)​
1a) James Stewart, Duke of Rothesay (b.1540: d.1542)​
2a) Eleanor I, Queen of Scotland (b.1541)​
3a) Stillborn Son (c.1541)​
4a) Margaret, Princess of Scotland (b.1542: d.1542)​
5b) Isabella Hamtilton (b.1545)​
6b) Henry Hamtilton (b.1547)​
7c) Bridget Montgomerie (b.1552)​
8c) James Montgomerie (b.1553: d.1555)​
9c) Hugh Montgomerie, Earl of Eglinton (b.1554)​
10c) Katherine Montgomerie (b.1556)​
11c) Arthur Montgomerie (b.1557)​
12c) Francis Montgomerie (b.1558: d.1558)​
13c) Margery Montgomerie (b.1560)​
14c) Beatrice Montgomerie (b.1560)​
2a) Henry Tudor, Duke of York (b.1525: d.1556) m. Eleanor Neville (c.1530: d.1571) (a)​
1a) Cecily Tudor of York (b.1550: d.1552)​
2a) Henry Tudor, Duke of York (b.1553)​
3a) Stillborn Son (c.1526)​
4a) Mary Tudor of York (b.1529: d.1529)​
5a) Edward Tudor, Earl of Pembroke (b.1530: d.1602) m. Anne Neville (c.1535: d.1580) (a), Margaret Greville (b.1561: d.1632) (b)​
1a) Elizabeth Tudor of Pembroke (b.1553)​
2a) George Tudor, Earl of Pembroke (b.1555)​
3a) Sir Francis Tudor (b.1556)​
4a) Philippa Tudor of Pembroke(b.1558)​
5a) David Tudor, Archbishop of Dublin (b.1560)​
6a) Henry Tudor, Earl of Cork (b.1562)​
7a) Edward Tudor, Earl of Desmond (b.1563)​
8a) Margaret Tudor of Pembroke (b.1566)​
9a) Jane Tudor of Pembroke (b.1569)​
10b) Charles Tudor, Marquess of Lansdowne & Earl of Kerry (b.1585)​
4a) Elizabeth Tudor, Princess of England (b.1492: d.1495)​
5a) Mary Tudor, Princess of England (b.1496: d.1529) m. Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor (b.1500: d.1558) (a)​
1a) Philip, Prince of Asturias (b.1517: d.1532)​
2a) Eleanor, Archduchess of Austria (b.1519: d.1600) m. Luis, Duke of Beja (b.1506: d.1555) (a)​
1a) Manuel II, King of Portugal (b.1545)​
2a) Antonio of Beja (b.1548: d.1550)​
3a) Carlos, Duke of Beja (b.1551)​
3a) Margaret, Archduchess of Austria (b.1520: d.1587) m. Francis, Dauphin of France (b.1519: d.1536) (a), William, Duke of Julich-Cleves-Berg (b.1516: d.1592) (b) -annulled 1567-​
- had no issue by either husband
4a) Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria (b.1522: d.1522)​
5a) Charles I, King of Spain (b.1524: 1578) m. Maria Manuela, Infanta of Portugal (b.1527: d.1552) (a), Maria, Archduchess of Austria (b.1531: d.1581) (b)​
1a) Maria, Infanta of Spain (b.1545: d.1545)​
2a) Charles II, King of Spain (b.1546)​
3a) Philip V, Duke of Burgundy (b.1548)​
4a) Eleanor, Infanta of Spain (b.1550)​
5a) Stillborn Son (c.1551)​
6b) Ferdinand IV, King of Naples (b.1554)​
7b) Anna, Infanta of Spain (b.1556)​
8b) Michelle, Infanta of Spain (b.1557)​
9b) Stillborn Son (c.1559)​
10b) Juan, Archbishop of Madrid (b.1560)​
11b) Alfonso, Infante of Spain (b.1563: d.1588) - Cardinal​
6a) Stillborn Daughter (c.1525)​
7a) Maria, Archduchess of Austria (b.1527: d.1527)​
6a) Edward Tudor, Prince of England (b.1498: d.1499)​
7a) Edmund Tudor, Duke of Somerset (b.1499: d.1500)​
8a) Stillborn Daughter (c.1504)​
 
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