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Old 05-30-2014, 01:00 PM
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This is what I have found. Let me know if I have missed any lines.
Royal descendants of Johan-Willem-Friso of Orange-Nassau:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...rive_web#gid=2

I like the different ways we approach the search, Ish. Your way is very, very extensive and exact. I think that there isn't a person left out in your lists.
My way is much more focussed on the main-line. I only branch-out when there is a cross-connection. Which leaves out many people.

BTW:
I extended the Prince-Philip-line:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...rive_web#gid=3
Apart from Queen Victoria, and Kings George I and II, he is also descendant from Johan-Willem-Friso and of William the Silent.
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Hmm... okay, so the two lines won't work together because they're headed towards a different common ancestor. If you extended the common ancestor to be Edward IV or Edward III, you could add Catherine into it, but it would be a good amount of extra work for not a lot of extra information.

For Johan Willem Friso, I don't think you've missed anyone for what you've got on him so far.
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Old 05-31-2014, 04:37 PM
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I've updated my previous chart tracing the descendants of Queen Victoria, as well as expanded it.

http://1drv.ms/1kiHUV3

http://1drv.ms/1kiHIFf

The first link is for charts regarding British lines - Victoria, George III, and George II (I'm currently working on George I, and will update again once it's done). The second link has charts for Christian IX of Denmark and Johan Willem Friso.

For the Victoria, Christian, and J.W.F. lines I've used both the Peerage and Wikipedia (and for the J.W.F. line I did a lot of googling to try to complete the Mexican lines), but for the Georges I've only used the Peerage. All the lines are somewhat lacking in regards to any births/deaths/marriages/divorces that have happened in the last couple years, especially regarding houses that aren't as well known. I've highlighted the monarchs and heir apparents of all currently existing realms (as well as the previous heirs who died before becoming monarch), the realms that previously existed and branched off of the specific individuals that I've looked at (the Hanovers, Saxe-Coburg and Gothas, and the Greeks), the House of Orange (since that was J.W.F.'s realm), and the Jacobite line of succession (because of future planned projects). I've bolded all of the currently reigning monarchs, and the current pretenders based on the list of pretenders found on Wikipedia (with the exception of Mexico and Brazil, these are all European houses).

I'll update it again when I finish George I's line.
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Old 06-13-2014, 05:41 PM
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Alright, so I've finished George I and his mother, Sophie of the Palatinate.

http://1drv.ms/1ltZNAL

In order to keep the size down so that the file doesn't need to be downloaded, I've deleted the list of monarchs/pretenders that I'm referring to on this file, but it's still available on files for the later Georges/Victoria and Christian/J.W.F. that I linked in my last post, and updated so as to show what George I/Sophie add to the mix (Sophie doesn't have any living descendants who are not also descended from her son).

I'm not certain what my next project will be... I'm thinking of highlighting the people passed over by the Act of Succession.
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Mary Lynch ‏@princesspleats 4 mins4 minutes ago

HRH Prince George of Cambridge can trace his direct patriline back to Elimar I Count of Oldenburg. He reigned from 1101 to 1108
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Princes William and Harry are related to James Bond

Princes William and Harry are almost certainly related, through the Milne family of Aberdeenshire, to the man who was, in large part, the model for the fictional British spy, James Bond.

According to my research, Princes William and Harry share a common descent from the Milne family with a friend of the author of the James Bond novels, Ian Fleming, called Robin Ian Evelyn Milne Stuart de la Lanne-Mirrlees (born Grinnell-Milne) of Inchdrewer, Baron of Inchdrewer, who died in 2012 on his private Hebridean island of Great Bernera. Robin de la Lanne-Mirrlees was a Captain in the Royal Artillery during the Second World War and was later appointed by the Queen as Rouge Dragon Pursuivant and then Richmond Herald at the College of Arms in London. Robin de la Lanne-Mirrlees helped Ian Fleming to develop the James Bond alias, genealogist Sir Hilary Bray, for the 1963 book 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service', which was based on his position as a herald. By Princess Margarethe of Wurttemberg he had an illegitimate son, Patrick Grinnell-Milne de la Lanne-Mirlees, who in 2006 became the mayor of Delmenhorst in Lower Saxony.

Robin de la Lanne-Mirrlees (Grinnell-Milne) was the son of a famous and much-decorated First World War fighter pilot and author of war-time escape diaries, Captain Duncan William Grinnell-Milne MC, DFC (1896–1973), who was descended from a Mylne/Milne family of Banff, north of Aberdeen. In 1713 a member of this family, James Milne, murdered George Ogilvy, 3rd Lord Banff, who had insulted his young wife, and burnt down his castle at Inchdrewer, but he was cleared of a charge of murder. The castle, which is haunted by a lady in the form of a white dog, was later acquired and partly restored by Robin de la Lanne-Mirrlees (Grinnell-Milne), and, in 2014, was bought by the Russian model and fashion designer, 'Princess' Olga Roh, along with the feudal title, Baroness of Inchdrewer.

Princes William and Harry are descended through their mother, Princess Diana, from Alexander Milne of Fyvie, Aberdeenshire, which is only 16 miles from Banff.

The Milne family (also spelt Miln, Myln, Mylne) is not a Highland clan but a sept (followers) of the Gordon clan and appears to have accompanied Sir Adam de Gordon, Lord of Gordon, Berwickshire, to Aberdeenshire in the early 14th century when Sir Adam was granted the Lordship of Strathbogie (Huntly, Aberdeenshire) after the battle of Halidon Hill (1333). The Milnes are widespread in Aberdeenshire and, I am glad to say, have been a constant public nuisance in that part of Scotland since the Middle Ages. I believe that all Milnes from North-East Scotland share a common ancestor, who was undoubtedly a trouble-maker. According to the Lyon Clerk and Keeper of the Records at the Office of the Lord Lyon King of Arms in Edinburgh, the first Milnes mentioned in the records were Hugh and Johannes de Molendino (Latin for Milne) who were excommunicated from Fyvie in 1382 by the local bishop for refusing to pay their rent. And, of course, James Milne burnt down Inchdrewer Castle in 1713 when the owner insulted his wife. The roll-calls of the Gordon Highlanders and the Black Watch are stuffed with Milnes and I suspect that the army was the only place they could be kept under some sort of control. They certainly seem to have lived up to the Gordon clan motto 'Bydand', which means 'Steadfast', and translates into English as 'as stubborn as a mule'. A branch of the family were Master Masons to the Kings of Scots for seven generations and Robert Mylne (1663-1710), Master Mason to Charles II, built the Palace of Holyroodhouse based on plans which he prepared with Sir William Bruce, Surveyor of the King's Works. Admiral Sir Archibald Berkeley ('Arky-Barky') Milne, 2nd and last Bt. (1855-1938), son and grandson of Admirals, was Commander-in-Chief of the Mediterranean Fleet at the start of the First World War and is famous for saying 'They don't pay me to think, they pay me to be an Admiral'. Another member of the family, Alexander Mylne (1474-1548/9), Abbot of Cambuskenneth, was first Lord President of the Court of Session (1532-1543), an example of good behaviour which the family tries hard to conceal. The family tartan is a shocking mixture of red and white, which is probably designed to offend the eye from at least 6 miles away. Interestingly, Princes William and Harry have more Milne in their make-up than Stuart, the former Scottish royal house. I am convinced that Prince Harry has inherited his more rowdy tendencies from the Milne family, which is what we like to see; it would be a huge disappointment to see a Milne behaving himself.

Descent of Princess Diana from the Milne family of Fyvie, Aberdeenshire

Alexander Milne of Fyvie, Aberdeenshire
Alexander Ogston of Tarves (1766-1838) = Helen Milne (b 12 May 1776 m 14 Jun 1796 d 20 Jan 1842)
David Gill (1797-1868) = Sarah Ogston (1797-1872)
Alexander Ogston Gill of Fairfield, Aberdeen (1833-1908 = Barbara Smith Marr (b 1843)
Col. William Smith Gill (1865-1957) = Ruth Littlejohn (1879-1964)
Edmund Maurice Burke Roche (1885-1955), 4th Baron Fermoy = Ruth Sylvia Gill (1908-1993)
Edward John Spencer (1924-1992), 8th Earl Spencer = Frances Ruth Burke Roche (b 1936)
Diana, Princess of Wales (1961-1997)

Descent of Robin Ian Evelyn Milne Stuart de la Lanne-Mirrlees (born Grinnell-Milne) from the Milne family of Aberdeenshire

David Mylne of Banffshire (later Aberdeenshire)
Robert Mylne (b. circa 1540) of Banffshire
Patrick Mylne (b. circa 1580), Burgess of Banff, of Montcoffer, Banffshire
James Mylne (b. 1642), Burgess of Banff = Agnes Hackett
John Milne of Boyndie Milne, Banffshire, Burgess of Banff = Elspeth Stuart of Oxhill
James Milne of Boyndie Milne, Banffshire = Violet Fraser
James Milne of Banff = Isobel Milne (daughter of Alexander Milne of Milne of Alvah, Banffshire)
John Milne (b. 1772) = Jean Milne (daughter of Alexander Milne, 2nd of Chapelton, Forfar)
George Milne (28 December 1815, d. 1897) = Helen Elizabeth Grinnell (daughter of Hon. George Grinnell, a member of the the US Congress)
George Grinnell-Milne (b. 26 May 1853, d. 4 April 1931) = Maria Caroline Mess (d. 1940)
Duncan William Grinnell-Milne (b. 6 August 1896, d. 1973) = (1) Frances Warrington La Lanne of Philadelphia
Robin Ian Evelyn Grinnell-Milne (later Milne Stuart de la Lanne-Mirrlees) of Inchdrewer, Baron of Inchdrewer (b. 13 Jan 1925, d. 23 Jun 2012)

Links:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robin_...Lanne-Mirrlees
'Dashing' Scottish aristocrat whose bed-hopping ways were inspiration for James Bond dies, aged 87 | Daily Mail Online
Count Robin de la Lanne-Mirrlees - Telegraph
Russian Princess Olga Roh 'can't wait to visit Scottish castle' | Daily Mail Online
The aristocrat who inspired Fleming's James Bond – and a £500,000 row over his islands - Telegraph
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archibald_Berkeley_Milne

http://www.peerage.org/genealogy/mirrlees.jpg

The real James Bond - Robin Ian Evelyn Milne Stuart le Comte de la Lanne-Mirrlees with Princess Margarethe of Wurttemberg at the premiere of The Long Memory at the Leicester Square Theatre. 22 January 1953. They had an illegitimate son, Patrick Grinnell-Milne de la Lanne-Mirlees.

http://www.peerage.org/genealogy/Fle...impression.jpg

Impression of James Bond drawn by the author, Ian Fleming.
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Haldane's of Gleneagles connection with Jeremy Corbyn

So... After doing a bit of research on the genealogy of Jeremy Corbyn it seems he has familial connections with the Haldane family. Online sources, including several newspapers, note that his great grandfather was Reverend Edward Nicholson Stott who was married to Naomi Emily Haldane. Her father was Alexander Haldane (born in Croydon, 1813) whose parents seem to be Lieut. Col. Henry Haldane and Maria Helm. Henry was born illegitimately to George Haldane, governor of Jamaica (d. 1759). Using the following sources, I have put together a provisional family tree of Mr. Corbyn although definitely needs reviewing:

(29) Page 17 - Memoranda relating to the family of Haldane of Gleneagles - Histories of Scottish families - National Library of Scotland

https://archive.org/stream/memoranda...0hald_djvu.txt (full version of the above)

https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=...wallis&f=false

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Margaret Fraser of Lovat – Whose Baby?

https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=...+florence+pool

https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=...q=francis+pool

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JM46-MRJ

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QKVR-8PVG

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V5T3-Z62

https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QKXW-FHT8

Surnames beginning with H - Family History

Edward III - Philippa of Hainault
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John of Gaunt - Katherine Swynford
I
John Beaufort - Margaret Holland
I
Joan Beaufort - James Stewart
I
John Stewart - Margaret Douglas
I
Jane Stewart - Alexander Gordon (3rd Earl of Huntly)
I
Jane Gordon - Colin Campbell (Earl of Argyll)
I
Archibald Campbell - Margaret Graham
I
Margaret Campbell - James Stewart
I
Jane Stewart - Simon Fraser
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Margaret Fraser - John Haldane
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Mungo Haldane - Anne Grant
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John Haldane - Mary Drummond
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Patrick Haldane - Margaret Forrester
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George Haldane (d. 1759) - Frances Pool (not married)
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Henry Haldane - Maria Helm
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Alexander Haldane - Elizabeth Hyne
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Naomi Emily Haldane - Edward Nicholson Stott
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Caroline Sarah Stott - Edward George Arthur Josling
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Naomi Loveday Josling - David Benjamin Corbyn
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Jeremy Corbyn

Sources re. George Campbell, gov. of Jamaica differ re. his marital status, although most acknowledge he had two sons, John and Henry. thepeerage.com has a good deal on the Haldane family and the connection to the royal family.

The link between Alexander Haldane and Elizabeth Hyne wasn't totally clear. It took me a while to find her maiden name but census records between 1851 to 1881 show an Alexander Haldane b. in 1813 in Croydon living in Devon with Elizabeth and their many children. The last link posted shows a marriage between Alexander Haldane and Elizabeth Hyne in Devon a year before their first child was born.

Really long winded, I know. Hoping someone can correct or confirm any of the above.
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Old 09-05-2016, 04:12 PM
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Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, Prince George of Cambridge, The Duke of Cambridge and The Prince of Wales are male-line descendants of Elimar I, Count of Oldenburg.(1040-1112)

Elimar I is also the patrilineal ancestor of Margrethe II of Denmark, Harald V of Norway, and Constantine II of Greece,
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Old 09-06-2016, 04:41 AM
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Princess Charlotte of Cambridge, Prince George of Cambridge, The Duke of Cambridge and The Prince of Wales are male-line descendants of Elimar I, Count of Oldenburg.(1040-1112)

Elimar I is also the patrilineal ancestor of Margrethe II of Denmark, Harald V of Norway, and Constantine II of Greece,
Of course.

Agnatically they are members of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg dynasty which in turn is one of the lines of the House of Oldenburg.

Just like Queen Elizabeth II is agnatically a member of Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha dynasty, which in turn is one of the lines of the House of Saxony (Wettin).

That also goes for all other members of the royal family who are not descendants of Prince Philip, such as Duke of Gloucester, Due of Kent, Prince Michael of Kent and their male line descendants.
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Updated House of Windsor Family tree

Hi,

Its been a while since I have been able to carry on with my Royal website, but hope to amend that in the near future.

I have just updated my Royal House of Windsor family tree and wondered if anyone was interested in having a look at it, either to critique/copy or both. I also have British trees for the Royal House Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, the Royal House of Hanover, The Royal House of Stuart and Orange and the Royal House of Tudor. Please feel free to copy, however a share with Facebook would be appreciated.
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You have the line of Elizabeth and Philip well documented but you are missing a bunch of people such as the grandchildren of Margaret and Snowdon, plus none of children and grandchildren of the Gloucesters and Kents. That's the people that aren't that well known and people may enjoy more information about them.
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You have the line of Elizabeth and Philip well documented but you are missing a bunch of people such as the grandchildren of Margaret and Snowdon, plus none of children and grandchildren of the Gloucesters and Kents. That's the people that aren't that well known and people may enjoy more information about them.
Hi Skippyboo

Many thanks for your prompt reply, I very much appreciate you taking the time to have a look at The Windsor Family Tree. The Royal members you mention are of course very important, but unfortunately I have to balance between the importance of the Royal line and the many relatives that have a link to the Windsor line, as is the case with all of my trees. I am also constrained to some degree by the asthetic look of the trees especially when using a cell phone to look at the trees. Your comments are worthy of consideration and when I actually get to a point when all the pages are complete, I may extend the links to include the lesser Royals and also create small trees accordingly
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Totally understand your dilemma. A family tree with any size is pretty hard to fit on a single page. Good luck.
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You've got Catherine Duke of Kent
when it should be Katharine Duchess of Kent

I too always like to see all the descendants on a family tree, but i understand it can be quite unwieldy.
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You've got Catherine Duke of Kent
when it should be Katharine Duchess of Kent

I too always like to see all the descendants on a family tree, but i understand it can be quite unwieldy.
Many thanks for your comments, I have now corrected the error
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I think the idea of smaller trees (saplings?) for the minor Royal branches is a good one. So much work! I commend you!
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I was reading up on the Rothschild banking family. I found that they married into British aristocracy, with a Rothschild marrying a (I forget the title, I believe it's Earl) of Sunderland in the early 1910s or 1920s.
I was wondering if the Rothschilds or also the Earls Howe are related to the BRF?
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I was reading up on the Rothschild banking family. I found that they married into British aristocracy, with a Rothschild marrying a (I forget the title, I believe it's Earl) of Sunderland in the early 1910s or 1920s.
I was wondering if the Rothschilds or also the Earls Howe are related to the BRF?
The Rothschilds have married into the British aristocracy a few times, but never an Earl of Sunderland. That title was merged with the Dukes of Marlborough in 1733 and there hasn't been a Rothschilds/Spencer-Churchill marriage.

Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery married Hannah de Rotschild, who was the daughter of Mayer Amschel de Rothschild. Hannah was Mayer's only child, and thus the wealthiest heiress in Britain at the time.

George Herbert, 5th Earl of Carnarvon married Almina Wombwell, who was the illegitimate daughter of Alfred de Rothschild. Alfred never married, and Almina was his only child and thus inherited a considerable amount from him.

Hugh Cholmondeley, 6th Marquess of Cholmondeley married Sybil Sassoon; her father was from the wealthy British-Indian Sassoon family dubbed to be the "Rothschilds of the East", and her mother was Aline de Rothschild, of the French branch of the family.
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The Rothschilds have married into the British aristocracy a few times, but never an Earl of Sunderland. That title was merged with the Dukes of Marlborough in 1733 and there hasn't been a Rothschilds/Spencer-Churchill marriage.

Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery married Hannah de Rotschild, who was the daughter of Mayer Amschel de Rothschild. Hannah was Mayer's only child, and thus the wealthiest heiress in Britain at the time.

George Herbert, 5th Earl of Carnarvon married Almina Wombwell, who was the illegitimate daughter of Alfred de Rothschild. Alfred never married, and Almina was his only child and thus inherited a considerable amount from him.

Hugh Cholmondeley, 6th Marquess of Cholmondeley married Sybil Sassoon; her father was from the wealthy British-Indian Sassoon family dubbed to be the "Rothschilds of the East", and her mother was Aline de Rothschild, of the French branch of the family.
Ah.
Are any current members of the BRF descended from those marriages?
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I don't believe so. The Rothschild family is a fairly "young" family compared to most British aristocrats; these marriages all happened fairly recently; the Primrose-Rothchild marriage happened in 1878, the Carnarvon-Wombwell marriage in 1895, and the Cholmondeley-Rothchild marriage in 1913.

The founder of the family, Mayer Amschel Rothschild, lived from 1744-1812, and was a German Jew. His wealth put him on a path to great connections, but his religion would have limited his (or his family's) prospects for great marriages, and the family's not been around long enough for the descendants of the marriages to spread far into the nobility of Europe.

The genealogy of the Rothschild family can be looked up here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geneal...hschild_family
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