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Henry "Curtmantle" II King England 1133-1189. 500 Person. 5 Generations. 24 Kings. 4 Queens. 14 Queen Consorts. 1 King Consort. 2 Archbishop. 7 Duchesses. 13 Dukes. 1 Marchioness. 1 Marquess. 3 Bishop. 43 Earls. 29 Countesses. 1 Viscount. 21 Barons. 18 Baronesses.
Families: , Plantagenet, Welf, Chateaudun, Wittelsbach, Ivrea, Brienne, Beaumont, Burgundy, Capet, Valois, Évreux, Bourbon, Blois, Artois, Hungary, Barcelona, Rouerge, Fitzroy, Strathbogie, Berkeley, Marmion, Aberffraw, Quincy, Wake, Bruce, Sutherland, Mortimer, Corbet, Braose, Clifford, Say, Longespée, Giffard, Clare, Monthermer, Brabant, Bohun, Dunkeld, Sverre, Montfort, Chatillon, Cornwall, Howard, Hohenstaufen, Orsini, Audley, Lacy, Zouche, Clavering, Fitzgerald, Beauchamp, Mowbray, Newmarche, Fitzwalter, Oddingseles, Grey, Fitzrobert, Marshal.
Titles: King England: Plantagenet Angevin, Archdeacon Lincoln, Bishop Lincoln, Archbishop York, Count Poitiers, Duke Saxony, Count Perche, Count Palatine of the Rhine, Duke Bavaria, Duke Upper Bavaria, Holy Roman Emperor, Duke Lower Bavaria, Duke Brittany, Queen Consort Castile, King Castile, King Leon, Queen Consort Portugal, Archbishop Toledo, Queen Consort England, Earl Gloucester (1C 1121), Earl Hertford (1C 1138), Duke Brabant, Count Holland, Earl Essex (3C 1239), Earl Hereford (6C 1199), Count Eu, Viscount Beaumont, Baron Beaumont, Earl Buchan, King Portugal, Queen Consort Leon, Queen Consort France, King France: Capet, Count Valois, Count Évreux, Duke Austria, Count Alençon, Count Clermont, Duke Bourbon, Count Auvergne, Duke Burgundy, Count Savoy, Earl Lancaster, King Navarre, Earl Leicester (2C 1265), Earl Salisbury (1C 1149), Earl Lincoln (4C 1217), Count Artois, Count Burgundy, Count Poitou, Count Toulose, Count Flanders, King Naples, King Hungary, Bishop Toulose, Queen Consort Aragon, Marquess Provence, Earl Atholl (1C ), Baron Berkeley (Feudal), Baron Berkeley (1C 1295), Bishop Exeter, Earl Huntingdon (1C 1065), Earl Mar (1C 1404), Baron Wake Liddell, Earl Sutherland, Baron Mortimer Wigmore, Earl Arundel (Sussex), Earl Oxford (2C 1141), Baron Mortimer Chirk, Baron Clifford (Feudal), Baron Braose, Baron Camoys (1C 1313), Baron Strange Blackmere (1C 1309), Earl Surrey (1C 1088), Baron Zouche Mortimer, Baron Audley Stratton Audley in Oxfordshire, Earl Gloucester (3C 1337), Baron Monthermer, Earl Ormonde (1C 1328), Earl Devon (2C Courtenay), Earl Northampton (3C 1337), Earl Cornwall (6C 1330), Duke Guelders, Queen Consort Scotland, Earl Norfolk (3C 1312), Baron Segrave (1C 1295), Earl Kent (5C 1321), Earl Salisbury (2C 1337), Queen Consort Norway, King Scotland: Sverre (Disputed), Prince Scotland, Earl Richmond (1C 1136), Count Penthièvre, Count Saint-Pol, Earl Pembroke (3C 1247), Earl Ulster, Earl Derby (2C 1337), Duke Lancaster (1C 1351), Baron Mowbray (1C 1283), Baron Percy, Earl Cornwall (4C 1225), Baron Burford (1C), Earl Pembroke (2C 1199), Earl Leicester (1C 1107), Count Nola, Baron Audley Heighley in Staffordshire, Baron Greystoke, Baron Neville Raby (1C 1295), Baron Warkworth, Baron Zouche Ashby, Baron Holland, Baron Holand, Baron Welles, Baron Badlesmere, Bishop Salisbury, Earl Warwick (1C 1088), Baron Grey Rotherfield, Baron Fitzwalter, Baron Marshal, Baron Neville Essex.

John "Lackland" I King England 1166-1216. 380 Person. 5 Generations. 3 Queens. 8 Kings. 3 Queen Consorts. 1 King Consort. 1 Archbishop. 6 Duchesses. 10 Dukes. 3 Marquesses. 1 Bishop. 42 Earls. 37 Countesses. 17 Baronesses. 24 Barons.
Families: , Plantagenet, Fitzroy, Strathbogie, Berkeley, Stourton, Marmion, Aberffraw, Quincy, Wake, Bruce, Stewart, Sutherland, Mortimer, Fitzalan, Vere, Corbet, Braose, Camoys, Clifford, Say, Longespée, Lacy, Giffard, Audley, Strange, Bar, Unknown, Clare, Despencer, Zouche, Burgh, Verdun, Damory, Monthermer, Brabant, Bohun, Butler, Courtenay, Lancaster, York, Guelders, Montagu, Segrave, Manny, Holland, Dunkeld, Sverre, Capet, Montfort, Dampierre, Chatillon, Valois, Artois, Évreux, Ufford, Mowbray, Beaumont, Percy, Cornwall, Howard, Neville, Hohenstaufen, Orsini.
Titles: King England: Plantagenet Angevin, Earl Atholl (1C ), Baron Berkeley (Feudal), Baron Berkeley (1C 1295), Baron Clifford, Baron Musgrave, Bishop Exeter, Earl Huntingdon (1C 1065), Earl Mar (1C 1404), Baron Wake Liddell, Earl Kent (5C 1321), King Scotland: Stewart, Earl Sutherland, Baron Mortimer Wigmore, Earl March (1C 1328), Earl Arundel (Sussex), Earl Oxford (2C 1141), Baron Mortimer Chirk, Baron Clifford (Feudal), Baron Braose, Baron Mowbray (1C 1283), Baron Camoys (1C 1313), Earl Lincoln (4C 1217), Earl Leicester (2C 1265), Earl Lancaster, Earl Salisbury (1C 1149), Baron Audley Heighley in Staffordshire, Baron Strange Blackmere (1C 1309), Count Bar, Duke Lorraine, Earl Surrey (1C 1088), Earl Gloucester (1C 1121), Earl Hertford (1C 1138), Baron Zouche Mortimer, Baron Despencer (1C 1264/1295), Baron Audley Stratton Audley in Oxfordshire, Earl Gloucester (3C 1337), Baron Stafford (1C 1299), Earl Stafford (1C 1351), Earl Ulster, Baron Ferrers Groby, Baron Bardolf of Wormegay in Norfolk, Baron Monthermer, Baron Montagu, Duke Brabant, Count Nevers, Count Flanders, Count Holland, Earl Essex (3C 1239), Earl Hereford (6C 1199), Earl Ormonde (1C 1328), Earl Devon (2C Courtenay), Baron Cobham, Earl Northampton (3C 1337), Duke Cornwall, Duke Clarence (1C 1362), Duke Lancaster (2C 1362), Earl Cambridge (2C 1362), Duke York (1C 1385), Earl Pembroke (4C 1339), Earl Essex (4C 1376), Earl Buckingham (3C 1377), Duke Albemarle aka Aumale (1C 1385), Duke Gloucester (1C 1385), Earl Cornwall (6C 1330), Duke Guelders, Queen Consort Scotland, Earl Norfolk (3C 1312), Earl Suffolk (2C 1337), Baron Segrave (1C 1295), Earl Salisbury (2C 1337), Earl Richmond (1C 1136), Earl Kent (6C 1360), Duke Exeter (1C 1397), Queen Consort Norway, King Scotland: Sverre (Disputed), Prince Scotland, Count Penthièvre, Count Saint-Pol, Count Valois, Duke Bourbon, Holy Roman Emperor Luxembourg, Earl Pembroke (3C 1247), King Navarre, Count Auvergne, Count Boulogne, Queen Consort France, Count Eu, Marquis Namur, Count Namur, Queen Consort Norway and Sweden, Earl Derby (2C 1337), Duke Lancaster (1C 1351), Duke Lower Bavaria, Earl Richmond (5C 1342), Baron Poynings (1C 1337), Baron Maltravers (1C 1330), Baron Arundel (1C 1377), Bishop Ely, Archbishop York, Archbishop Canterbury, Baron Beaumont, Baron Percy, Earl Northumberland (1C 1377), Earl Worcester (2C 1397), Earl Cornwall (4C 1225), Baron Burford (1C), Baron Fanhope, Baron Milbroke, Earl Pembroke (2C 1199), Earl Leicester (1C 1107), Count Nola.

Edward "Longshanks" I King England 1239-1307. 468 Person. 5 Generations. 10 Kings. 9 Queen Consorts. 1 Lord Protector. 1 Prince. 3 Cardinal. 1 Archbishop. 22 Duchesses. 33 Dukes. 3 Marquesses. 4 Bishop. 54 Countesses. 53 Earls. 1 Deans. 26 Barons. 40 Baronesses. 1 Painter.
Families: , Plantagenet, Bar, Unknown, Mathrafal, Tudor, Clare, Despencer, Fitzalan, Berkeley, Zouche, Audley, Stafford, Ferrers, Ros, Charleton, Burgh, Verdun, Strathbogie, Damory, Bardolf, Monthermer, Montagu, Dinham, Brabant, Dampierre, Valois-Burgundy, Bohun, Butler, Talbot, Grey, Fitzgerald, Courtenay, Carey, Cobham, Pole, Lancaster, Mowbray, Goushill, Beauchamp, Beaufort, Guines, Mortimer, Aviz, Holland, Cornwall, Trastámara, Neville, York, Bourchier, Guelders, Ufford, Segrave, Welles, Manny, Hastings, Bromflete, Fiennes, Luxembourg.
Titles: King England: Plantagenet Angevin, Count Bar, Duke Bar, Queen Consort Aragon, Cardinal, Duke Lorraine, Prince Powys, Prince of Wales, Earl Surrey (1C 1088), Earl Gloucester (1C 1121), Earl Hertford (1C 1138), Baron Zouche Mortimer, Baron Despencer (1C 1264/1295), Baron Despencer (4C 1357), Baron Burghesh (2C 1330), Baron Ferrers Chartley, Baron Zouche Harringworth, Baron Maltravers (1C 1330), Baron Arundel (1C 1377), Earl Gloucester (4C 1397), Baron Hastings (1C 1295), Baron Marshal, Baron Morley, Bishop Norwich, Earl Arundel (Sussex), Baron Berkeley (Feudal), Baron Berkeley (1C 1295), Baron Lisle of Kingston Lisle in Oxfordshire (3C 1357), Earl Warwick (1C 1088), Baron Berkeley (2C 1421), Baron Audley Stratton Audley in Oxfordshire, Earl Gloucester (3C 1337), Baron Stafford (1C 1299), Earl Stafford (1C 1351), Baron Neville Raby (1C 1295), Earl Suffolk (3C 1385), Baron Bourchier, Baron Stafford (3C 1411), Earl Kent (6C 1360), Baron Cobham Sternborough in Kent (4C 1347), Baron Strange Blackmere (1C 1309), Baron Ros Helmsley, Earl Desmond (1C 1329), Baron Clifford, Baron Grey Ruthyn (1324), Baron Cherleton, Baron Talbot (1C 1331), Baron Strange Knockin (2C 1299), Baron Sutton Dudley, Earl Ulster, Earl March (1C 1328), Baron Ferrers Groby, Earl Atholl (1C ), Baron Bardolf of Wormegay in Norfolk, Baron Scales, Baron Monthermer, Baron Montagu, Earl Salisbury (2C 1337), Count Perche, Duke Exeter (1C 1397), Baron Willoughby Eresby, Dean Salisbury, Duke Brabant, Count Nevers, Count Flanders, Duke Burgundy, Count Holland, Duke Austria, Duke Bourbon, Count Savoy, Earl Essex (3C 1239), Earl Hereford (6C 1199), Earl Ormonde (1C 1328), Baron Grey Wilton (1C 1295), Baron Darcy Knayth, Archbishop Dublin, Baron Furnivall (1C 1295), Earl Shrewsbury (2C 1442), Earl Waterford, Earl Devon (2C Courtenay), Keeper New Forest, Admiral of the Fleet, Baron Harington, Baron Bonville, Earl Northampton (3C 1337), Earl Essex (4C 1376), Earl Buckingham (3C 1377), Duke Albemarle aka Aumale (1C 1385), Duke Gloucester (1C 1385), Count Eu, Duke Lancaster (2C 1362), King England: Plantagenet Lancaster, Duke Clarence (2C 1412), Duke Bedford (1C 1414), Duke Bedford (2C 1433), Duke Gloucester (2C 1414), Queen Consort Denmark, Duke Norfolk (1C 1397), Earl Norfolk (3C 1312), Earl Nottingham (2C 1383), Baron Stanley, Baron Bergavenny (1C 1392), Earl Worcester (3C 1421), Duke Cornwall, Count Soissons, Count Marle, Earl Oxford (2C 1141), Marquis Dublin, Duke Ireland, Duke Clarence (1C 1362), Baron Camoys (2C 1383), Earl Pembroke (4C 1339), Queen Consort Portugal, King Portugal, Earl Huntingdon (4C 1388), Marquess Somerset (2C 1397), Marquess Dorset (1C 1397), Earl Somerset (2C 1397), Duke Somerset (1C 1443), Queen Consort Scotland, Marquess Dorset (2C 1442), Queen Consort Castile, King Castile, Bishop Lincoln, Bishop Winchester, Earl Dorset (2C 1411), Duke Exeter (2C 1416), Earl Westmoreland (1C 1397), Baron Greystoke, Bishop Salisbury, Bishop of Durham, Baron Fauconberg, Earl Kent (7C 1461), Baron Latimer Snape, Earl Northumberland (1C 1377), Baron Mountjoy, Duke Buckingham (1C 1444), Earl Cambridge (3C 1414), Duke York (1C 1385), Earl Cambridge (2C 1362), Duke Albemarle aka Aumale (2C 1397), Baron Audley Heighley in Staffordshire, Earl Essex (5C 1461), Earl Chester, Lord Protector, Baron Fitzwarin, Baron Berners, Bishop Worcester, Bishop Ely, Archbishop Canterbury, Earl Cornwall (6C 1330), Duke Guelders, Earl Suffolk (2C 1337), Baron Segrave (1C 1295), Baron Mowbray (1C 1283), Earl Nottingham (1C 1377), Earl Rockingham, Earl Tankerville (1C 1418), Bishop London, Earl Kent (5C 1321), Earl Richmond (1C 1136), Baron Tiptoft, Duke Surrey, Baron Scrope Masham, Baron Neville Raby (1C 1459), Earl Kent (8C 1465), Baron Grey Richemont, Baron Dacre Gilsland (1C 1321), Earl Douglas, Earl Avondale.

King Edward III England. 685 Person. 5 Generations. 4 Queens. 23 Kings. 17 Queen Consorts. 2 Lord Protector. 2 Cardinal. 1 Archbishop. 37 Dukes. 17 Duchesses. 3 Marquesses. 2 Marchionesses. 7 Bishop. 47 Countesses. 49 Earls. 4 Viscounts. 6 Viscountesses. 27 Barons. 39 Baronesses. 2 Archdeacon. 3 Painters.
Families: , Plantagenet, Guines, Bar, Luxembourg, Mortimer, Camoys, Percy, Clifford, Neville, York, Lancaster, Aviz, Habsburg, Trastámara, Valois-Burgundy, Holland, Grey, Fiennes, Carew, Cornwall, Beaufort, Tudor, Stewart, Montfort, Douglas, Gordon, Traquair, Spencer, St Lawrence, Paston, Somerset, Stafford, Darell, Courtenay, Stradling, Ferrers, Greystoke, Darcy, Bigod, Eure, Thornton, Fitzalan, Beauchamp, Fitzhugh, Hastings, Bonville, Stanley, Strangeways, Conyers, Tanfield, Brooke, Mowbray, Beaumont, Lovell, Cobham, Talbot, Knyvet, St Leger, Pole, Despencer, Tuchet, Bourchier.
Titles: King England: Plantagenet Angevin, Duke Cornwall, Count Soissons, Count Marle, Count Saint-Pol, Count Ligny, Earl Oxford (2C 1141), Marquis Dublin, Duke Ireland, Duke Clarence (1C 1362), Earl March (1C 1328), Earl Ulster, Baron Camoys (2C 1383), Earl Northumberland (1C 1377), Baron Egremont, Earl Kent (8C 1465), Bishop Carlisle, Baron Clifford, Earl Westmoreland (1C 1397), Baron Despencer (5C 1387), Earl Cambridge (3C 1414), Baron Bourchier, Count Eu, Earl Essex (5C 1461), Earl Chester, Lord Protector, Earl Pembroke (4C 1339), Earl Arundel (Sussex), Earl Surrey (1C 1088), Duke Lancaster (2C 1362), Queen Consort Portugal, King Portugal, King Portugal: Aviz, Holy Roman Emperor, Duke Bavaria, Queen Consort Castile, Duke Burgundy, King Castile, Duke Exeter (1C 1397), Baron Grey Ruthyn (1324), Earl Norfolk (3C 1312), Earl Nottingham (2C 1383), Baron Grey Wilton (1C 1295), Baron Grey Richemont, Baron Dacre Gilsland (1C 1321), Baron Clinton, Earl Huntingdon (4C 1388), Baron Neville Raby (1C 1459), Earl Douglas, Earl Avondale, King England: Plantagenet Lancaster, King France: Lancaster, Duke Clarence (2C 1412), Duke Bedford (1C 1414), Duke Bedford (2C 1433), Duke Gloucester (2C 1414), Earl Tankerville (2C 1695), Earl Tankerville (1C 1418), Queen Consort Denmark, Marquess Somerset (2C 1397), Marquess Dorset (1C 1397), Earl Somerset (2C 1397), Duke Somerset (1C 1443), Marquess Suffolk (1C), King England and Ireland: Tudor, Queen Consort Scotland, Duke Brittany, Earl Morton, Earl Bothwell, King Scotland: Stewart, Earl Arran, Duke Albany, Earl Mar (1C 1404), Duke Austria, Earl Huntley, Earl Erroll, Earl Atholl (8C 1457), Bishop Caithness, Earl Lennox (2C 1488), Earl Buchan (3C 1469), Bishop Moray, Count Perche, Marquess Dorset (2C 1442), Earl Ormonde (1C 1328), Baron Howth, Duke Somerset (2C 1448), Earl Worcester (5C 1514), Duke Buckingham (1C 1444), Earl Devon (2C Courtenay), Queen Consort Aragon, Queen Consort England, Bishop Lincoln, Bishop Winchester, Cardinal, Earl Dorset (2C 1411), Duke Exeter (2C 1416), Baron Greystoke, Baron Scrope Masham, Baron Lumley (2C 1461), Baron Montagu, Earl Salisbury (2C 1337), Earl Warwick (1C 1088), Duke Warwick, Duke Gloucester (3C 1461), Baron Fitzhugh, Baron Lovel of Titchmarsh, Viscount Lovell, Baron Vaux Harrowden, Baron Montagu (4C 1461), Earl Northumberland (3C 1464), Marquess Montagu, Duke Bedford (3C 1470), Archbishop York, Baron Hastings (2C 1430), Earl Shrewsbury (2C 1442), Earl Waterford, Baron Harington, Baron Bonville, Baron Ferrers Groby, Marquess Dorset (3C 1475), Baron Stanley, Baron Strange Knockin (2C 1299), Baron Mohun Dunster, Baron Monteagle, Archdeacon Richmond, Bishop Ely, Bishop Salisbury, Bishop of Durham, Baron Fauconberg, Earl Kent (7C 1461), Baron Conyers, Baron Latimer Snape, Baron Bergavenny (1C 1392), Esquire to the Body, Keeper of the Sewer, Master of the Hounds, Baron Cobham, Duke Norfolk (1C 1397), Baron Deincourt (2C 1322), Baron Grey Rotherfield, Baron Holand, Viscount Beaumont, Baron Berkeley (2C 1421), Viscount Berkeley, Baron Grey Codnor, Baron Burghesh (2C 1330), Baron De La Warr (1C 1299), Baron West, Baron Scrope Bolton, Baron Stafford (1C 1299), Baron Mountjoy, Earl Wiltshire (4C 1470), Baron Cobham Sternborough in Kent (4C 1347), Baron Strabolgi, Duke York (1C 1385), Baron Ros Helmsley, King England: Plantagenet York, Viscount Lisle (4C 1523), Viscount Welles, Duke York (2C 1474), Duke Norfolk (2C 1481), Duke Bedford (4C 1478), Earl Rutland (2C 1446), Duke Suffolk (1C 1448), Earl Lincoln (6C 1467), Baron Marshal, Baron Morley, Duke Clarence (3C 1461), Earl Pembroke (8C 1468), Captain Calais, Earl Chester (6C 1483), Earl Salisbury (4C 1478), Earl Cambridge (2C 1362), Duke Albemarle aka Aumale (2C 1397), Earl Gloucester (4C 1397), Earl Worcester (3C 1421), Baron Audley Heighley in Staffordshire, Bishop Rochester, Bishop Hereford, Baron Grey Powis, Baron Ferrers Chartley, Earl Essex (4C 1376), Earl Buckingham (3C 1377), Duke Albemarle aka Aumale (1C 1385), Duke Gloucester (1C 1385), Earl Stafford (1C 1351), Baron Fitzwarin, Earl Bath (2C 1536), Baron Tuchet, Baron Berners, Baron Bryan, Lady of the Bedchamber, Baron Willoughby Eresby, Bishop Worcester, Archbishop Canterbury, Baron Strange Blackmere (1C 1309), Baron Talbot (1C 1331).

Edward IV King England 1442-1483. 129 Person. 5 Generations. 4 Queens. 7 Kings. 3 Queen Consorts. 11 Dukes. 1 Marquess. 1 Marchioness. 1 Bishop. 10 Earls. 9 Countesses. 1 Viscountess. 2 Viscounts. 2 Baronesses. 9 Barons. 1 Baronet. 1 Painter.
Families: , York, Lumley, Ogle, Bassett, Monke, Acland, Monck, Tudor, Stewart, Douglas, Brandon, Grey, Seymour, Clifford, Stanley, Courtenay, Somerset.
Titles: Duke York (1C 1385), King England: Plantagenet York, Baron Lumley (2C 1461), Baron Lumley (3C 1547), Viscount Lumley, Baron Ogle, Earl Shrewsbury (2C 1442), Earl Waterford, Viscount Lisle (4C 1523), Baronet Acland of Columb John, Duke Albermarle (2C 1660), Bishop Hereford, Queen Consort England, Duke Cornwall, Queen Consort Scotland, Duke Rothesay, King Scotland: Stewart, Earl Moray (5C 1562), Earl Erroll, Earl Bothwell, Earl Orkney, Earl Carrick, King England Scotland and Ireland: Stewart, Earl Argyll, Duke Ross, Earl Lennox (2C 1488), Duke Albany (3C 1565), Baron Castle Stuart, Earl Chester (8C 1504), King England and Ireland: Tudor, Duke of Richmond and Somerset, Queen Consort France, Marquess Dorset (3C 1475), King England and Ireland: Grey (Disputed), Earl Hertford (3C 1559), Maid of Honour, Earl Derby (3C 1485), Duke Somerset (3C 1499), Baron Scrope Masham, Viscount Welles, Duke York (2C 1474), Duke Norfolk (2C 1481), Duke Bedford (4C 1478), Marquess Exeter (1C 1525), Earl Devon (5C 1553), Earl Worcester (5C 1514).