List of Alternate Monarchs and Aristocratic Lineage

I guessed the same. And by the way do you have some ideas as to the marriages of Mary & William's surviving kids? I'm open to suggestions.
3) William III, King of England (b. 1520), married Mary I, Queen of England in 1538.

1) Catherine, Princess of England (b. 1539)​

2) Edmund, Prince of Wales (b. 1541)​

3) Margaret, Princess of England (b. 1543, d. 1544)​

4) William, Duke of York (b. 1546)​

5) Elizabeth, Princess of England (b. 1549)​

6) George, Duke of Somerset (b. 1552, d. 1554)​
Philip II of Spain for Catherine. For Edmund, either Mary of Scotland or Elisabeth of France. For Elizabeth either Charles IX of France or Frederick II of Denmark.
 
Aleksander Aleksandrowicz Jagiellon is declared heir by his uncle Vasily III under condition that he'd convert to Orthodox faith, being more ambitious that religious he agrees-fact, that he has Orthodox mother helps him, and for Glinska-Mikhail Glinski was his father's close friend, so he may know his niece and fall in love with her and secretly marry her Sigismund Augustus-Barbara Radziwiłł style? I'm not sure how likely it was.
Pretty likely. That also means no Glinski rebellion TTL.
 
Philip II of Spain m. Maria Manuela(a) Mary I of England d. 1558(b) Elizabeth of Valois(c) Anna of Austria(d)

1a. Charles, Prince of Asturias b. 1545 d. 1569

2b. Catherine I of England and Netherlands(Catherine Michelle) b. 1555 m. ?

3b. Margarita Eugenia, Duchess of Burgundy b. 1557 m. Archduke Ernest of Austria d. 1595

4c. Isabella Maria Eugenia b. 1566 m. James VI of Scotland

5c. Catherine Michelle b. 1568 m. Charles Emmanuel I of Savoy

6d. Ferdinand, Prince of Asturias b. 1571 - 1578

7d. Carlos Lorenzo b. 1573 – 1575).

8d. Diego, Prince of Asturias b. 1575 - 1582.

9d. Philip III of Spain b. 1578 m. Margaret of Austria

10d. Maria b. 1580 m. Henry IV of France
Now I get it. But wouldn't Sebastian of Portugal make a better marriage prospect?
Not really, but still Ernest made much more sense as husband for Katherine than Margaret so...
In this scenario Mary Stuart will most likely remarry to Archduke Karl (aka Ernest’s uncle) not to Darnley as OTL and so is likely James VI will be a little older.
Instead infanta Maria as wife of Henry IV of France made zero sense...
 
Not really, but still Ernest made much more sense as husband for Katherine than Margaret so...
In this scenario Mary Stuart will most likely remarry to Archduke Karl (aka Ernest’s uncle) not to Darnley as OTL and so is likely James VI will be a little older.
Instead infanta Maria as wife of Henry IV of France made zero sense...
correction...

Philip II of Spain m. Maria Manuela(a) Mary I of England d. 1558(b) Elizabeth of Valois(c) Anna of Austria(d)

1a. Charles, Prince of Asturias b. 1545 d. 1569

2b. Catherine I of England and Burgundy(Catherine Michelle) b. 1555 m. Archduke Ernest Austria

3b. Margarita Eugenia, Duchess of Burgundy b. 1557 m. Sebastian I of Portugal(a) James VI of Scotland(b)

4c. Isabella Maria Eugenia b. 1566 m. Henry IV of France

5c. Catherine Michelle b. 1568 m. Charles Emmanuel I of Savoy

6d. Ferdinand, Prince of Asturias b. 1571 - 1578

7d. Carlos Lorenzo b. 1573 – 1575).

8d. Diego, Prince of Asturias b. 1575 - 1582.

9d. Philip III of Spain b. 1578 m. Margaret of Austria

10d. Maria b. 1580 d. 1583
 
Bolingbroke dies in exile, Richard II stays on the throne.

Richard II (1367-1408) King of England 1377, m. a) Anna of Bohemia (1366-1394) b) Isabella of France (1389-1422)

1b) Edward IV (1407-1457) King of England 1408, m. a) Margaret of Denmark, Norway and Sweden* (1410-1443) b) Blanche of Portugal (1430-1488)

1a) Richard (1433-1434)​
2a) Edward (1435)​
3a) Joan (1437-1447)​
4b) Richard III (1447-1499) King of England 1457​
5b) Isabella (1449-1503)​
6b) Edward (1452-1455)​
7b) John (1454-1502) Duke of Clarence​
8b) Blanche (1456-1489)​

2b) Joan (1408-1462) m. James I (1394-1437) King of Scotland

1) Alexander IV (1426-1456) King of Scotland 1437​
2) Isabella (1429)​
3) James II (1431-1476) King of Scotland 1456​
* Daughter of Eric of Pomerania and his ATL wife (as he is not going to marry Philippa of Lancaster ITTL).
 
Finishing up the family line I have been doing recently and adapting the last batch of infoboxes for it
Line of Henry XII & II & I
Henry XII & II & I, Emperor of the Isles, King of England, Ireland and Scotland, Prince of Pappenheim (b.1772:d.1837)
Married in 1895 Princess Maria Jadwiga of Prussia (b.1780:d.1852)
1) Princess Anne of Wales (1796), lived for a few days​
2) John, Duke of Berwick (b.1798:d.1826) m. Archduchess Maria Carlota of Austria (b.1801:d.1880)​
1) Princess Emma of Berwick (b.1819:d.1826))​
2) Line of Thomas III​
3) Prince Anthony of Berwick (1820) twin of Thomas III, born dead​
4) Beatrice, Duchess of Norfolk (b.1824:d.1900)​
5) Princess Margaret of Berwick (1826)​
3) Princess Elizabeth of Wales (b.1799:d.1805) died of scarlet fever​
4) Eleanor, Electress of Brandenburg (b.1802:d.1851) m. Henry I, Elector of Brandenburg (b.1798:d.1866)​
1) Anna Carolina, Electress (consort) of Brandenburg (b.1824:d.1895)​
2) Frederick, Electoral Prince of Brandenburg (b.1829:d.1840)​
5) Arthur I, Emperor of America (b.1802:d.1862) m. Maria Antonia of the Palatinate (b.1806:d.1879)​
1) Prince Albert of Wiltshire (b.1824:d.1833)​
2) Prince George of Wiltshire (1825)​
3) Elizabeth of America, Grand Duchess of Maryland (b.1827:d.1889)​
4) Arthur II of America (b.1828:d.1896)​
5) Frederick, Grand Duke of Maine (b.1830:d.1877)​
6) Louisa of America (b.1831:d.1899)​
7) Georgiana of America, Queen of the Floridas (b.1833:d.1915)​
8) Sarah of America (b.1835:d.1841)​
9) Henry, Duke of Liberty (b.1836:d.1890)​

For most of his life known for being a remarkably pious Prince of Wales, Henry XII & II & I (the only british monarch to use all numerals of his title, as the Names Act of 1836 formally stipulated that his successors were to use the highest possible numeral related to their names) ruled as Emperor during the tail end of the Era of Troubles brought on by the Mexican Revolution and the Imperial Civil War (which disrupted international trade and saw warring on Latin America, Europe and South Asia), and outside of formally ending slavery with the Freedom Act of 1833 is seen as mostly a continuation of the trends of his mother's reign (it also saw the collapse of the Kingdom of Denmark-Norway, but that only tangentially involved the empire)

Line of Thomas III
Thomas III, Emperor of the Isles, King of England, Ireland and Scotland, Prince of Pappenheim (b.1820:d.1855)
By Princess Margot FitzGerald, of Leinster (b.1820:d.1848), married in 1841, divorced in 1846
1) Augusta, Queen of Iceland (b.1842:d.1898) m. Erik I of Iceland (b.1836:d.1894)​
1) Augusta of Iceland, Grand Duchess of Oldenburg (b.1860:d.1928)​
2) Catherine of Iceland (b.1861:d.1864)​
3) Christian, Crown Prince of Iceland (b.1863:d.1870)​
4) Louise Marie of Iceland, Duchess of Mecklenburg (b.1864:d.1908)​
5) Harald II of Iceland (b.1867:d.1926)​
6) Margaret of Iceland, Electress of Cologne (b.1868:d.1935)​
7) Frederick of Iceland, Duke of Sukkertoppen (b.1871:d.1939)​
2) Alice, Duchess of Württemberg (b.1842:d.1905) m. Eberhard IV of Württemberg (b.1823:d.1875)​
3) Line of Alexander IV​
4) Princess Margaret (b.1846:d.1915) m. Frederick I, Grand Duke of Maine (b.1830:d.1877)​
1) Frederick II, Grand Duke of Maine (b.1869:d.1928)​
2) Leonor of Maine, Grand Duchess of Ohio (b.1871:d.1922)​
By Princess Carlota of Portugal (b.1830:d.1870), married in 1851
1) Prince Arthur, Duke of York (b.1852:d.1875) m. Elizabeth of Hesse-Wanfried (b.1852:d.1875)​
1) Line of Elizabeth III​
2) Princess Adelaide, Duchess of Southampton (b.1872:d.1955) had a child out of wedlock, possibly with her cousin Edward​
3) Princess Mary of York (b.1872:d.1875)​
4) Prince Henry of York (b.1875:d.1880)​
2) Wolfgang III, Prince of Pappenheim (b.1852:d.1921) married thrice​
By Princess Friederike von Liechtenstein of St. Gall (b.1860:d.1884), married in 1878
1) Maria Margaret of Pappenheim (b.1881:d.1883)​
2) Matheus, Hereditary Prince of Pappenheim (b.1884:d.1890)​
By Princess Maria Adelaide of Löwenstein-Wertheim (b.1862:d.1905), married in 1887
1) Joachim II William, Prince (later Elector) of Pappenheim (b.1889:d.1955)​
2) Maria Joana of Pappenheim, Duchess of Saxe-Hildeburghausen (b.1891:d.1978)​
3) Maria Magdalena of Pappenheim, Margravine of Brandenburg-Kulmbach (b.1893:d.1961)​
4) Maria Leonor of Pappenheim (b.1894:d.1903)​
5) Maria Fredericka of Pappenheim, Margravine of Brandenburg-Ansbach (b.1896:d.1952)​
By Princess Charlotte of Saxe-Coburg-Eisenach (b.1890:d.1956), married in 1912
1) Christoph Henry of Pappenheim, Prince consort of Herford (b.1915:d.1990)​
3) Elizabeth, Empress of Russia (b.1854:d.1933) m. Emperor Ivan IX of Russia (b.1840:d.1906)​
1) Empress Olga II of Russia (b.1873:d.1935)​
2) Vladimir, Tsarevich of Russia (b.1875:1881)​
3) Mikhail, Tsarevich of Russia (b.1877:d.1890)​
4) Maria of Russia (b.1878:d.1911)​
5) Tatiana of Russia (b.1880:d.1899)​
6) Anastasia of Russia (b.1883:d.1944)​

A young monarch whose reign was marked by personal and political strife, Thomas III was emperor amidst the Great Peace of Europe, and had everything to be a good one, if not for an incredible bad luck in part of him. Less than a year after assuming the throne, his uncle, then Duke of Wiltshire, who was serving as Viceroy to the North American colonies, declared independence of the Isles in a move moved in great part by his own desire for a crown, sparking a war that would be the background of Thomas' entire reign, and, at the same time, his personal rule was horrid, as the mentally impaired young monarch was used as a pawn by more capable relatives, with his first wife, a distant cousin, even trying to take over with her lover before being deposed and exiled to the Granadines (her lover lost his head). On the bright side, his lack of rule and the instability of the monarchy helped develop British democracy

Line of Alexander IV
Alexander IV, Emperor of the Isles, King of England, Scotland and Ireland, Prince of Pappenheim (b.1844:d.1889)
Married in 1863 Princess Victoria Augusta of Hanover (b.1844:d.1903)
1) Edward, Prince of Wales (b.1870:d.1886), was promised to his cousin Adelaide​
2) Princess Victoria (1875)​
3) Prince George, Duke of Wiltshire (b.1876:d.1885)​
3) Prince Henry, Duke of Suffolk (b.1877:d.1887)​

The first child monarch in the Isles since Henry XI, Alexander IV’s reign started peaceful and remained so for most of it as the Isles recovered from the problems of his father’s reign, although it was also marked by strife as while in a loving relationship, he did not see any of his children live to adulthood, as his only daughter was born dead and his sons died a year after the other from smallpox, scarlet fever and a riding accident. He was the Emperor to lose Calais, as the Duchy, which had been semi-autonomous for over a century, was conquered by France in 1884, sparking the Franco-British War



Line of Elizabeth III
Elizabeth III, Empress of the Isles, Queen of England, Scotland and Ireland (b.1869:d.1948)
Married in 1886 her fourth cousin, Lord Gregory Cromwell, 12th Earl of Ardglass (b.1869:d.1945)
1) Princess Caroline of York, Viscountess Lecale (b.1888:d.1889) born in October, died in January​
2) Line of Mary II​
3) Elizabeth, Queen of the Netherlands (b.1892:d.1961) m. Frederick V of the Netherlands (b.1888:d.1916)​
1) Anna Maria I, Queen of the Netherlands (b.1912:d.1980)​
2) Henrietta of the Netherlands, Grand Duchess of Frisia (b.1915:d.1975)​
4) Princess Caroline, 1st Duchess of Ardglass (b.1898:d.1959) m. Prince Albert of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg (b.1898:d.1963)​
1) Prince George, 2nd Duke of Ardglass (b.1920:d.1991)​
2) Princess Margot of Ardglass (b.1921:d.2003)​
3) Princess Jane of Ardglass, Viscountess of Goldsborough (b.1924:d.1985)​
4) Prince Thomas of Ardglass, Prince of Tyrone (b.1926:d.2009)​
5) Princess Louisa of Ardglass, Countess of Dover (b.1928:d.1950)​
5) Eleanor, Grand Duchess consort of Fulda (b.1901:d.1987) m. Henry V, Grand Duke of Fulda (b.1898:d.1975)​
1) Henry VI, Grand Duke of Fulda (b.1922:d.1979)​
2) Maria Elizabeth of Fulda, Grand Duchess of Lorraine (b.1926:d.2010)​
3) Prince Edgar of Fulda (b.1929:d.2004)​

Born the eldest child of the Duke of York, younger half-brother to Alexander IV, Elizabeth was originally expected to simply be the heiress to her father’s title, but, instead, ended up becoming Empress as all above her in the line of succession died from a reason or another (her father in a flu pandemic, her cousins in a variety of ways, her uncle from tuberculosis and her younger brother of typhoid fever). A long-lived and competent ruler, Elizabeth ruled during the Great War, which saw the collapse of the French and Ottoman Empires and the redrawing of many borders in Europe, the Americas and Africa, as well as causing social changes across the nations involved on it

Line of Mary II
Mary II, Empress of the Isles, Queen of England, Scotland and Ireland (b.1890:d.1957)
Married in 1916 the Prince Ludwig of Quedlinburg (b.1892:d.1932)
1) Line of Augusta
2) Princess Charlotte (b.1919:d.1990) m. Francis Stewart, 3rd Duke of Moray (b.1914:d.1985)
1) Arthur George Stewart, 4th Duke of Moray (b.1942:d.2006)​
2) Lord Marcus Stewart, Earl of Lagos (b.1943)​
3) Lady Margaret Stewart, Baroness Dunsany (b.1945)​
4) Lord Francis Stewart (b.1947:d.2016)​
3) Princess Adelaide, 1st Duchess of Pembroke (b.1921:d.2010) m. Prince Henri of Strasbourg (b.1918:d.1993)
1) Prince Louis, Earl of Haverford (b.1940:d.1987)​
2) Princess Louisa, Countess of Montgomery (b.1940:d.2005)​
4) Princess Elizabeth (b.1924:d.2008) m. Gerald FitzGerald, 4th Duke of Desmond (b.1921:d.1995)
1) Princess Elizabeth of Desmond (b.1951)​
2) Henry FitzGerald, 5th Duke of Desmond (b.1952)​
3) Prince Maurice FitzGerald, Earl of Killarney (b.1953:d.2007)​
4) Princess Olivia of Desmond, Countess of Denbigh (b.1955:d.2018)​
5) Princess Jane of Desmond, Countess of Doolin (b.1956)​

Much less commented than her mother, Mary II ruled during the peace of the 50s, and is mostly known for the fact that she sounded like an old nanny when making a speech and had a remarkably threatening glare

Line of Augusta
Augusta, Empress of the Isles, Queen of England, Scotland and Ireland (b.1918:d.2005)
Married in 1940 Prince Anthony of Fulda, a distant cousin (b.1916:d.2004)
1) Princess Charlotte, Queen of Norway (b.1941:d.2009) m. Magnus VIII of Norway (b.1939:d.2002)
2) Line of Henry XIII
3) Prince Robert, Duke of Buckingham (b.1943) m. Mary Stafford-Howard, 21st Baroness Stafford (b.1946)
1) Prince Arthur, Marquess of Normanby (b.1971)​
2) Prince Edward of Buckingham (b.1975:d.1984)​
3) Prince Frederick of Buckingham, Prince Consort of Lapland (b.1976:d.2014)​
4) Prince Henry of Buckingham, Prince Consort of Neuchatel (b.1978)​
4) Princess Albertine (b.1945) m. Howard Craven, 7th Earl of Nottingham (b.1944:d.2002)
1) Lord Michael Craven, 8th Earl of Nottingham (b.1970)​
2) Lady Adele Craven, Marchioness of Cholmondeley (b.1972)​
3) Lady Rachel Craven (b.1977)​

A charming and famously amicable monarch who became known for her down-to-earth and seemingly approachable personality, Augusta ruled during the federalization of the empire following he bloody 60s and the War of the Louisianan Succession, and spent her later years mostly supporting the governments that ruled under her (although always showing a particular liking for the Whigs and some special causes) while also buying off cheaply dozens of estates lost by impoverished members of the nobility

Line of Henry XIII
Henry XIII, Emperor of the Isles, King of England, Ireland and Scotland (b.1941:d.2011)
By Princess Tatiana of Livonia (b.1944:d.2005) married in 1966, divorced in 1977
1) James, Prince of Wales (b.1968:d.2008) m. Constance of Portugal (b.1970:d.2008)​
1) Prince Edward of Wales (b.1993:d.2008)​
2) Line of Robert V​
3) Princess Eleanor of Wales (b.1996:d.2008)​
4) Princess Jane of Wales (b.1998:d.2008)​
5) Prince Arthur of Wales (b.2001:d.2008) survived the burying of Gaspar* but died later that same year​
2) Princess Caroline (b.1970) m. Edward FitzGerald, 18th Duke of Ballybunion (b.1970)​
1) Lady Eliza FitzGerald (b.1997)​
2) Lord Montagu FitzGerald, Marquess of Hardwicke (b.1999)​
3) Lady Eleanor FitzGerald (b.2004)​
3) Prince Henry (b.1972) m. Sarah Cavendish, 13th Duchess of Devonshire (b.1971)​
1) Prince Victor Tudor-Cavendish, Marquess of Hartington (b.2003)​
By Catherine of Brandemburg-Kulmbach (b.1950:d.1994) married in 1983
1) Madeleine, Holy Roman Empress (b.1986) m. Franz I, Holy Roman and Germanic Emperor (b.1985)​
1) Karl Frederick, Imperial Crown Prince (b.2010)​
2) Archduchess Victoria Carolina of Austria (b.2012)​
3) Archduke Joseph Ferdinand of Austria (b.2015)​
4) Archduchess Maria Antonia of Austria (b.2016)​
By Lady Diana Cavendish, of the Dukes of Newport (b.1970) married in 1995, mistress for years beforehand
1) Princess Elizabeth (b.1996) m. George Vincent Crawley, 10th Earl of Grantham (b.1995)​
1) Lady Genevive Crawley, Viscountess Downton (b.2017)​
2) Lady Lavinia Crawley (b.2018)​
2) Prince Charles, 1st Duke of New Hull (b.1998) m. Princess Miriam of Ethiopia (b.1998)​
3) Prince Edward (b.2000) m. Maria Henrietta FitzWales, 15th Duchess of St. Albans (b.1994)​
1) Prince Edgard FitzWales, Earl of Burford (b.2020)​
By Lady Hermione Falconer, of the Lords of Halkerton (b.1940) also Mistress of the Robes from 1971 to 1977
1) Lady Mary FitzTudor, Countess of Sandwick (b.1962:d.2015) m. Sir Marcus Nightingale (b.1962:d.2018)​
1) Lord Arthur Nightingale, 2nd Earl of Sandwick (b.1990)​
2) Lord Michael Nightingale (b.1992)​
3) Lady Leticia Nightingale (b.1993)​
4) Lady Ginevra Nightingale (b.1995)​
2) Lord Thomas FitzTudor, Earl of Onchan (b.1965) m. Lady Helena Bonham Carter (b.1966), separated​
1) Lord George FitzTudor, Viscount Newtonmore (b.2000)​
2) Lady Hannah FitzTudor (b.2001)​
By Dame Louisa Freeman, of Belfast (b.1965) his son’s personal secretary, mistress from 1988 to 1991
1) Lady Katherine FitzTudor (b.1990) m. Arnold Kerr, 12th Marquess of Lothian (b.1979)​
1) Lady Samantha Kerr, Countess of Briene (b.2013)​
2) Lady Madeleine Kerr (b.2015)​
3) Lady Florence Kerr (b.2018)​
By Lady Georgiana Spencer, of the Earls of Spencer (b.1980) mistress from 2002 to 2011
1) Lady Charlotte FitzRoy, Countess of Flintshire (b.2008)​

Known for being comparable to his namesake in his womanizing, Henry XIII became known during his time as Prince of Wales for his travels across the empire as either an government official or for pleasure, with some claiming he slept with a woman in every town he stopped during his tour in the 60s. A more proactive monarch than his mother, more than once making decisions on the foreign policy of the empire and supporting steadily the investment in expanding the empire outside of its traditional “earthly” territorial ambitions, he had the tendency to butt heads with his prime minister periodically. supportive, in the objective of expanding outside of traditional territorial ambitions).

* A tragic disaster that occurred in January 2008, it saw the Prince of Wales, his wife and 3 of his children dying when, after a large buildup of snow on the mountains around the resort town of Gaspar, an avalanche buried the entire town under meters of snow, killing hundreds as they were buried alive or died from hypothermia. The Prince of Wales’ second son was at the time in Britain (under treatment after having pulled his knee out of the socket), while the youngest was found alive with profound hypothermia and died in hospital care two weeks later

Line of Robert V
Robert V, Emperor of the Isles, King of England, Ireland and Scotland (b.1995)
Married in 2017 Princess Maria Octavia of Cologne (b.1988)
1) Margaret, Princess of Wales (b.2018)​
2) Princess Anne (b.2019)​
3) Prince Louis, Duke of York (b.2019)​

The heir to the throne since age 13 and monarch since age 16, being under the shared regency of his uncle and aunt until reaching majority, although at the moment peaceful, his reign has also been marked by tension as Europe and the globe are divided between two great power blocks, and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth verges closer and closer to utter chaos, with the world holding its breath for what is going to come. On a separate note, he has type B hemophilia, inherited through the Princess of Wales from Empress Leopoldina of Brazil
 
A fun little though experiment. Prince Alfred is made King of Canada in 1867 and subsequently his nephew Alexander John (who died as a baby IOTL) becomes King of Australia in 1901.

CAN===========================================
Alfred I (b. 1844 r. 1867 d. 1901) m. Maria Alexandrovna
  1. Stillborn daughter (1874)
  2. Alfred II (1875 - 1934) m. Duchess Elsa of Wurttemberg
  3. Marie (1876 - 1941) m. Ferdinand I of Romania
  4. Alexander, Duke of Nova Scotia (1878 - 1947) m. Duchess Sophie Charlotte of Oldenburg
  5. Victoria (1879 - 1921) m. Arthur, Hereditary Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha*
  6. Albert, Duke of New Brunswick (1884 - 1949) m. Lady Victoria Stanley **
Alfred II (b.1875 r.1901 d.1934) m. Duchess Elsa of Wurttemberg
  1. Alfred (1898 - 1946)
  2. Marie Elsa (1899 - 1981) m. Erik of Denmark
Alfred III (b.1898 r.1934 d.1946)

Marie Elsa (b.1898 r.1946 d.1981) m. Erik of Denmark

  1. Alexandra (1927 - 2019) m. Frederick Ponsonby, Earl of Bessborough
Alexandra (b.1927 r.1981 d.2019) m. Frederick Ponsonby, Earl of Bessborough
  1. Alfred (1949 - 2020) m. Annabel Macdonald
  2. Elsa (1951 - 2007) m. David Mulroney
  3. Louise (1954 - ) m. William Toews
  4. Victoria (1958 - ) m. Joseph Harper
Alfred IV (b.1949 r.2019 d.2020) m. Annabel Macdonald
  1. Maud (1979 -) m. Philip Davidson
  2. Marie (1982 - ) m. Luke Jefferies
  3. Erik (1984 - ) m. Stephanie Adams
  4. Edward, Duke of Saskatchewan (1987 - ) m. Gabrielle Monet
  5. Margaret (1989 -) m. Sidney Crosby**
Erik (b.1984 r.2020) m. Stephanie Adams
  1. Alexandra (2017 -)
  2. Amelia (2019 -)
  3. Albert (2023 -)
  4. Adelaide (2026 -)
  5. Arabella (2026 -)
AUS==========================================================================
Alexander I of Australia (b. 1871 r. 1901 d. 1941) m. Marie of Hesse and by Rhine ***
  1. Alice Victoria (1896 - 1955) m. Prince Maximilian of Waldeck and Pyrmont
  2. Albert Alexander (1898 - 1921)
  3. stillborn son (1899)
Alice (b.1896 r.1941 d.1955) m. Maximilian of Waldeck and Pyrmont
  1. Alexander (1929 - 2000) m. Irene of the Netherlands
  2. Victor, Duke of Tasmania (1933 - 1983) m. Lady Elizabeth Hamilton
  3. Helena (1933 - 1999) m. John Spencer-Churchill, Duke of Marlbourough
  4. Charlotte (1935 - 1982) m. James Carnegie, Duke of Fife
Alexander II (b.1929 r.1955 d.2000) m. Irene of the Netherlands
  1. Edward (1970 -) m. Esther Davis
  2. Margaret (1972 - ) m. Richard Williams-Martin
  3. Caroline (1974 -) m. Peter Young
  4. Emma (1977 -) m. Joshua Jakoby
Edward (b.1970 r.2000) m. Esther Davis
  1. Alice (2004 - )
  2. James (2007 -)
NOTES:
* - here since Bertie and Affie quickly renounce their Coburg claims you Arthur is raised as the Coburg heir and takes the throne
**-Yes there are hockey referneces because what good is this little thought experiment without it. Particularly marrying a Stanley into the CRF.
***Alix of Hesse's little sister who IOTL died of diptheria. Let's assume she doesn't carry hemophilia.
 
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André II of Vitré marries thirdly Constance of Brittany instead of Eustachie de Rays [1]

André II of Vitré (1150-1210) m. a) Matilda of Mayenne (ann. 1190) b) Enoguen of Léon (1155-1198) c) Constance of Brittany (1161-1205) [2]
1 b) Emma of Vitré (b.1192) m. Geoffrey of Rohan
2 b) Eleanor of Vitré (b.1198) m. John III of Dol-Combourg
3 c) André III of Vitré (b.1200) m. Jeanne des Roches, Lady of Sablé (b.1195)
4 c) Constance of Vitré (b.1202) m. Henri de Goelo, Count of Penthièvre (b.1205)
5 c) Conan of Vitré (b.1205) m. Matilda of Fougères (b.1206) [3]

Constance of Brittany (1161-1205) m. a) Geoffrey II of Brittany (1158-1186) b) Ranulf de Blundeville, earl of Chester (1170-1232) (ann.1199) c) André II of Vitré (1150-1210)

1 a) Eleanor of Brittany (b.1184) m. Afonso II of Portugal (b.1185)
2 a) Matilda of Brittany (1185-1189)
3 a) Arhur I of England, Normandy, Britanny and Anjou (b.1187) m. Marie of France (1198-1230)
4 c) André III of Vitré (b.1200) m. Jeanne des Roches, Lady of Sablé (b.1195)
5 c) Constance of Vitré (b.1202) m. Henri de Goelo, Count of Penthièvre (b.1205)
6 c) Conan of Vitré (b.1205) m. Matilda of Fougères (b.1206)

John, King of England, Duke of Aquitaine (1166-1216) [4] m. a) Isabella of Gloucester (1173-1217) b) Isabella of Angoulême (1188-1246)
1 b) Henry I, Duke of Aquitaine (b.1207)
2 b) Richard of Aquitaine (b.1209)
3 b) Joan of Aquitaine (b.1212)
4 b) Isabella of Aquitaine (b.1214)
5 b) Eleanor of Aquitaine (b.1216)

[1] I don't know if Constance could have married André unchallenged OTL but I rather fancy the two of them getting married. After all, André named one of his daughters after Constance.
[2] ITTL Constance dies a little older, not having given birth to twins.
[3] Raoul III of Fougères born a girl.
[4] Here John doesn't lose Normandy, Anjou and Maine but is deposed by Arthur in late 1213 and only retains Aquitaine.
 
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Edward III of France and England and m. Philippa of Hainault(a)

1a. Edward the Black Prince b. 1330 m. Eleanor of Portugal

2a. Isabella of England b. 1332

3a. Joanna, Queen of Castile b. 1334 m. Peter of Castile

4a. Lionel of Antwerp 1338 m. Elizabeth of Burgh(a) Violante Visconti(b)

5a. John of Gaunt, First Duke of Provence b. 1340 m. Francesca of Naples[1]

6a. Edmund Langley, Duke of Lancaster b. 1341 m. Blanche of Lancaster

7a. Margaret b. 1346 m. John Hastings

8a. Thomas of Woodstock b. 1355 m. Eleanor of Bohun

If Edward III is recognized as the heir to France.

1.Daughter of Joanna of Naples
 
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Thomas Lancaster, Duke of Clarence, has kids with Margaret Holland (under construction)

Thomas (1388-1415) Duke of Clarence, m. Margaret Holland (1385-1439)

1) Mary (1412-1465) m. James I (1394-1437) King of Scotland

1) Alexander IV (1429-1455) King of Scotland 1437​
2) James II (1431-1480) King of Scotland 1455​

2) Blanche (1413-1484) m. Philip III (1396-1467) Duke of Burgundy

1) Margaret (1430-1491) m. Charles IV/I (1421-1482) King of Navarre and Aragon​
2) Anthony (1432-1480) Duke of Burgundy​
4) Charles (1434)​
5) Mary (1437-1469) m. Philip VII* (1436-1483) King of France​

3) Humphrey (1415-1470) Duke of Clarence, m. Margaret de Ros (1425-1488)

1) Thomas (1443-1465)​
2) Humphrey (1445-1450)​
3) Henry (1446-1448)​
4) John II (1448-1503) King of England 1475, m. a) Isabel Neville (1451-1476) b)​
5) Margaret (1450)​
6) Henry (1452-1453)​
7) Blanche (1454-1480) m. Edward IV (1453-1475) King of England**​
* ITTL Philip, instead of Louis, is the oldest surviving son of Charles VII
** Henry VI dies when Edward of Westminster is still infant, Humphrey of Clarence is regent, and marries young king to his own daughter.


 
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Edward III of France and England and m. Philippa of Hainault(a)

1a. Edward the Black Prince b. 1330 m. Eleanor of Portugal

2a. Isabella of England b. 1332

3a. Joanna, Queen of Castile b. 1334 m. Peter of Castile

4a. Lionel of Antwerp 1338 m. Elizabeth of Burgh(a) Violante Visconti(b)

5a. John of Gaunt, First Duke of Provence b. 1340 m. Francesca of Naples[1]

6a. Edmund Langley, Duke of Lancaster b. 1341 m. Blanche of Lancaster

7a. Margaret b. 1346 m. John Hastings

8a. Thomas of Woodstock b. 1355 m. Eleanor of Bohun

If Edward III is recognized as the heir to France.

1.Daughter of Joanna of Naples
I'm assuming, since all Edward III's kids have their OTL "titles" (of Gaunt, of Langley, of Woodstock) that the POD is after they are born? Since it seems pretty weird that all his kids are born in England.
 
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