Template:Refimprove Template:Cleanup images All people are necessarily descended from antiquity, but for most, records of their ancestry do not exist that far back. The British royal family is one of the few families for whom ancestry can be traced to many notable lineages of antiquity. They can be traced from Saxon, Scottish (Stuart dynasty), Welsh (Tudor dynasty), Irish, German (Hanover and ...
The British royal family is one of the few families for whom ancestry can be traced to many notable lineages of antiquity. They can be traced from Saxon, Scottish (Stuart dynasty), Welsh (Tudor dynasty), Irish, German (Hanover and Windsor), French (Norman and Angevin), Russian, Frank and perhaps even Byzantine lineages. Contents.
There is descent from three of the children of Kunigunde and Albrecht IV to current royalty, Sabina, Duchess of Württemberg and Susanne, Margravine of Brandenburg-Kulmbach being ancestresses of all and Wilhelm IV, Duke of Bavaria, an ancestor of the Catholics, the Prince of Monaco aside, and also of the three Scandinavian monarchs.
Friedrich I, King of Württemberg. King Friedrich I was the first King of Württemberg, reigning from 1805 to 1816. He was born Friedrich Wilhelm Karl, on November 6, 1754, at the Treptow Palace in Treptow an der Rega, Pomerania (now Trzebiatów, Poland), the eldest child of Friedrich II Eugen, Duke of Württemberg and Margravine Friederike of Brandenburg-Schwedt.
Dec 03, 2018 · He appointed his cousin Johan Willem Friso (William's great-great-great-grandson) as his successor. Because Albertine Agnes, a daughter of Frederick Henry, married William Frederik of Nassau-Dietz, the present royal house of the Netherlands is descended from William the Silent through the female line.
Agnes Randolph (c. 1312–1369), Countess of Dunbar and March Agnes Bernauer, morganatic wife of Albert III, Duke of Bavaria Agnes of Burgundy, Duchess of Aquitaine, (c. 995–1068), wife of William V, Duke of Aquitaine Agnes of Poitou, (c. 1025–1077), wife of Henry III, Holy Roman Emperor
Dorothea of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, Margravine of Brandenburg (1596 – 1643) Dorothea was the first of the three wives of Christian Wilhelm, Margrave of Brandenburg. The couple had one daughter. During their marriage, Dorothea’s husband converted to Roman Catholicism and he tried to influence their daughter Sophie Elisabeth to also convert.