RUSSIA

 

 

 

The members of this family bear the title Grand Duke/Grand Duchess of Russia (Imperial Highness) if children or grandchildren of an emperor, and Prince[ss] of Russia (Highness) if great-grandchildren (or senior agnate of a great-grandson) of an emperor, and Prince[ss] of Russia (Serene Highness) if more distantly descended from an emperor. The children of morganatic marriages were usually given other titles such as Prince[ss] Romanovsky- ___. Currently, the issue of morganatic marriages who have not been granted specific titles seem to have assumed and been accorded the title Prince[ss] Romanov, though it is not clear what legal authority entitles them to do so.

As with many royal families which have not reigned for a considerable period of time, disputes have arisen as to who should be considered the head of the family and heir to the right to be claimant to the throne. As long as Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovich lived there was no question who it should be. After his execution was confirmed, however, things became very muddy. The next member of the family in terms of primogeniture was Grand Duke Kirill Vladimirovich. However, some argue that because Kirill's mother had never converted to Orthodoxy all three of her sons were ineligible to succeed. Furthermore, some argue that even if Kirill was entitled to succeed as heir, his children were not, because Kirill was married to a first cousin and married her without permission of the Emperor, and furthermore swore loyalty to the Duma before Nicholas II had abdicated, and all these factors are seen by some as prohibiting the accession of Kirill's descendants. While many people eventually recognized Kirill as heir, others persisted in believing that Grand Duke Dimitri Pavlovich was the rightful heir. Currently there are no surviving male members of the family born of equal marriages. It is said that unless a member of the family makes an equal marriage, with the permission of the Emperor, the issue of that marriage is not eligible to succeed. This raises the question: if it's unclear who is the Emperor, how can his permission be obtained? For instance, the late Prince Paul Dimitrievich Ilyinsky is considered to be the product of an unequal marriage; but, if Grand Duke Kirill was ineligible to succeed, then Grand Duke Dimitri himself was the head of the house when he married, and needed no one's permission to do so, and it can be argued that the head of the house can marry whomsoever he pleases.

Lastly, though few members of the Romanov family ever seem to care about this, they all appear to be dynasts of the old duchy of Holstein-Gottorp, through their ancestor Emperor Peter III, and thus entitled to call themselves Princes of Holstein-Gottorp.

 

 

 

ALEKSEI, Tsar and Autocrat of all the Russias 23 Jul 1645 (Moscow 20 Mar 1629-Moscow 30 Jan 1678); m.1st Moscow 26 Jan 1648 Maria Ilyinichna Miloslavskya (1625-Moscow 3 Mar 1699); m.2nd Moscow 1 Feb 1671 Natalia Kirillovna Naryshkina (1 Sep 1651-Moscow 4 Feb 1694)

 

1a) Dimitri (22 Aug 1648-Oct 1649)

 

2a) Jewdokia (17 Feb 1650-10 Mar 1712)

 

3a) Marfa (4 Sep 1652-18 Jul 1707)

 

4a) Aleksei (15 Feb 1654-27 Jan 1670)

 

5a) Anna (Jan 1655-May 1659)

 

6a) Sophia, Regent of Russia 1682-1689 (Moscow 27 Sep 1657-Novodevichiy Convent, Moscow 14 Jul 1704)

 

7a) Jekaterina (Moscow Nov 1658-May 1718)

 

8a) Maria (Moscow 18/28 Jan 1660-St.Petersburg 9/20 Mar 1723)

 

9a) FEODOR III, Tsar and Autocrat of all the Russias (Moscow 9 Jun 1661-Moscow 7 May 1682); m.1st Moscow 28 Jul 1680 Agafia Semenovna Gruchetzkaya (d.Moscow 24 Jul 1681); m.2nd Moscow 24 Feb 1682 Marfa Matveievna Apraxina (Moscow 1664-St.Petersburg 11 Jan 1716)

 

1b) Ilya (Moscow 21 Jul 1681-Moscow 24 Jul 1681)

 

10a) Feodosia (7 Jun 1662-14/25 Dec 1713)

 

11a) Semen, b.Apr 1665; most sources state that he died young (29 Jun 1669), but Europäische Stammtafeln (Schwennicke) Band II, Tafel 151 shows his death date as 14 Dec 1713, which cannot be correct

 

12a) IVAN V, Tsar and Autocrat of all the Russias, jointly with his brother Peter I 1682 (Moscow 6 Sep 1666-Moscow 8 Feb 1696); m.Moscow 19 Jan 1684 Praskovia Feodorovna Saltykova (21 Oct 1664-24 Oct 1723)

 

1b) Maria (Moscow 31 Mar 1689-23 Feb 1692)

 

2b) Feodosia (Moscow 14 Jun 1690-Moscow 22 May 1691)

 

3b) Catherine (Jekaterina) (Moscow 29 Oct 1691-St.Petersburg 25 Jun 1733); m.Danzig 19 Apr 1716 Karl Leopold, Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (Grabow 26 Nov 1678-Dömitz 28 Nov 1747)

 

1c) Elisabeth Katharina Christina, known as Anna Karlovna/Anna Leopoldovna, Regent of Russia for her son 1740-1741 (Rostock 18 Dec 1718-Kholmoghori 19 Mar 1746); m.St.Petersburg 14 Jul 1739 Anton Ulrich, Duke of Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel 28 Aug 1714-Kholmoghori 4 May 1774)

 

1d) IVAN VI, Emperor and Autocrat of all the Russias 28 Oct 1740-7 Dec 1741 (St.Petersburg 23 Aug 1740-Schlüsselburg 16 Jul 1764)

 

2d) Catherine (St.Petersburg 26 Jul 1741-Horsens, Denmark 7 Apr 1807)

 

3d) Elisabeth (Elisaveta) (Kholmoghori 16 Sep 1743-Horsens 20 Oct 1782)

 

4d) Peter (Kholmoghori 30 Mar 1745-Horsens 30 Jan 1798)

 

5d) Alexei (Kholmoghori 10 Mar 1746-Horsens 23 Oct 1787)

 

4b) ANNA, Empress and Autocrat of all the Russias 30 Jan 1730, Duchess of Courland 1711-1730 (Moscow 28 Jan/7 Feb 1693-Winter Palace 28 Oct 1740); m.St.Petersburg 11 Nov 1710 Friedrich Wilhelm, Duke of Courland (19 Jul 1692-Kippinghof 21 Jan 1711)

 

5b) Praskovia (Moscow 14 Oct 1694-19 Oct 1731); m.after 1723 Ivan Dimitriev-Mamonov (1681-4 Jun 1730)

 

13a) PETER I, Tsar and Autocrat of all the Russias, jointly with his brother Ivan 7 May 1682 until Ivan's death, then sole Emperor and Autocrat of all the Russias (Moscow 9 Jun 1672-St.Petersburg 8 Feb 1725); m.1st Moscow 6 Feb 1689 (div 1698) Evdokia Ilarionovna Lopukhina (10 Jul 1670-Moscow 7 Sep 1731); m.2nd, allegedly, 8 Nov 1707, and publicly in St.Petersburg 19 Feb 1712 Martha Samuilovna Skavronskaya, who took the name Catherine on her Orthodox baptism and who succeeded him as Empress CATHERINE I on his death (Rengen, Estonia 5/15 Apr 1685-St.Petersburg 17 May 1727)

 

1b) Alexei (Moscow 28 Feb 1690-k.at St.Petersburg 7 Jul 1718); m.Torgau, Saxony 25 Oct 1711 Charlotte, Dss of Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel (Braunschweig 29 Aug 1694-St.Petersburg 2 Nov 1715)

 

1c) Natalia (St.Petersburg 3 Aug 1714-Moscow 3 Dec 1728)

 

2c) PETER II, Emperor and Autocrat of all the Russia 17 May 1727 (St.Petersburg 23 Oct 1715-Moscow 30 Jan 1730)

 

2b) Alexander (Moscow 23 Oct 1691-Moscow 24 May 1692)

 

3b) Paul, b.and d.1693

 

4b) Paul, b.1704, d.by 1707

 

5b) Peter, b.Sep 1705, d.by 1707

 

6b) Anna (Moscow 7 Feb 1708-Kiel 15 May 1728); m.St.Petersburg 1 Jun 1725 Karl Friedrich, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp (30 Apr 1700-18 Jun 1739)

 

1c) Karl Peter Ulrich, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp; succeeded as PETER III, Emperor and Autocrat of all the Russias 5 Jan 1762, until he was forced to abdicate by his wife 5 Jul 1762; b.Kiel 21 Feb 1728, murdered at Ropsha 17 Jul 1762; m.St.Petersburg 1 Sep 1745 Sophie Auguste Friederike Pss von Anhalt-Zerbst, who succeeded as CATHERINE II, Empress and Autocrat of all the Russias 9 Jul 1762 (Stettin 2 May 1729-St.Petersburg 17 Nov 1796)

 

1d) PAUL, Emperor and Autocrat of all the Russias (Summer Palace 1 Oct 1754-murdered at Summer Palace 24 Mar 1801); m.1st St.Petersburg 10 Oct 1773 Wilhelmine (who took the name Natalia Alexeivna), Landgravine of Hesse-Darmstadt (Prenzlau 25 Jun 1755-St.Petersburg 26 Apr 1776); m.2nd St.Petersburg 7 Oct 1776 Sophie (who took the name Maria Feodorovna), Dss of Württemberg (Stettin 25 Oct 1759-St.Petersburg [some sources say Pavlovsk] 5 Nov 1828)

 

1e) ALEXANDER I, Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias (St.Petersburg 23 Dec 1777-Taganrog 1 Dec 1825); m.St.Petersburg 9 Oct 1793 Luise Pss of Baden, who took the name Elisabeth Alexeievna (Karlsruhe 24 Jan 1779-Bjelev 16 May 1826)

 

1f) Maria (St.Petersburg 29 May 1799-St.Petersburg 8 Jul 1800)

 

2f) Elisabeth (St.Petersburg 15 Nov 1806-St.Petersburg 12 May 1808)

 

2e) Constantine, renounced his succession rights 26 Jan 1822, which renunciation became official 28 Aug 1823 (Tsarskoie-Selo 8 May 1779-Vitebsk 27 Jun 1831); m.1st St.Petersburg 26 Feb 1796 (div 1820) Juliane Pss of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, who took the name Anna Feodorovna on her Orthodox baptism (Coburg 23 Sep 1781-Elfenau 15 Aug 1860); m.2nd Warsaw 24 May 1820 Css Joanna Grudzinski, cr Pss Lowicka (Serene Highness) 1820 (d.Tsarskoie-Selo 29 Nov 1831; NOTE: l'Allemagne Dynastique does not show a birth date for Pss Lowicka, but shows that sources give four different possibilities: Warsaw 21 Sep 1799, Poznan 29 Sep 1799, 29 Nov 1791 and 29 Sep 1795)

 

3e) Alexandra (St.Petersburg 9 Aug 1783-Vienna 16 Mar 1801); m.St.Petersburg 30 Oct 1799 Joseph, Archduke of Austria (Florence 9 Mar 1776-Ofen 13 Jan 1847)

 

4e) Elena (St.Petersburg 24 Dec 1784-Ludwigslust 24 Sep 1803); m.Gatchina 23 Oct 1799 Friedrich Ludwig, Hereditary Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (Ludwigslust 13 Jun 1778-Ludwigslust 29 Nov 1819)

 

5e) Maria (St.Petersburg 16 Feb 1786-Belvedere, nr Weimar 23 Jun 1859); m.St.Petersburg 3 Aug 1804 Karl Friedrich, Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar (Weimar 2 Feb 1783-Belvedere 8 Jul 1853)

 

6e) Catherine (St.Petersburg 21 May 1788-Stuttgart 9 Jan 1819); m.1st Peterhof 3 Aug 1809 Georg, Duke of Oldenburg (9 May 1784-Twer 27 Dec 1812); m.2nd St.Petersburg 24 Jan 1816 King Wilhelm I of Württemberg (Lüben 27 Sep 1781-Schloß Rosenstein 25 Jun 1864)

 

7e) Olga (St.Petersburg 22 Jul 1792-St.Petersburg 26 Jan 1795)

 

8e) Anna (St.Petersburg 18 Jan 1795-The Hague 1 Mar 1865); m.St.Petersburg 21 Feb 1816 King Willem II of the Netherlands (The Hague 6 Dec 1792-Tilburg 17 Mar 1849)

 

9e) NICHOLAS I, Emperor and Autocrat of all the Russias (Tsarskoie Selo 6 Jul 1796-St.Petersburg 2 Mar 1855); m.St.Petersburg 13 Jul 1817 Charlotte (who took the name Alexandra Feodorovna) Pss of Prussia (Charlottenburg 13 Jul 1798-Tsarskoie Selo 1 Nov 1860)

 

1f) ALEXANDER II, Emperor and Autocrat of all the Russias (Moscow 29 Apr 1818-assassinated at St.Petersburg 13 Mar 1881); m.1st St.Petersburg 28 Apr 1841 Marie Pss of Hesse and the Rhine (Darmstadt 8 Aug 1824-St.Petersburg 3 Jun 1880); m.2nd Tsarskoie Selo 18 Jul 1880 Pss Catherine Dolgoruky, cr Pss Yurievska (Serene Highness) 17 Dec 1880 (Moscow 14 Nov 1847-Nice 15 Feb 1922); his issue by this second marriage was legitimated after the marriage, though born before

 

1g) Alexandra (St.Petersburg 30 Aug 1842-St.Petersburg 10 Jul 1849)

 

2g) Nicholas, Tsarevich (Tsarskoie Selo 20 Sep 1843-Nice 24 Apr 1865)

 

3g) ALEXANDER III, Emperor and Autocrat of all the Russias (St.Petersburg 10 Mar 1845-Livadia 1 Nov 1894); m.St.Petersburg 9 Nov 1866 Dagmar (who took the name Maria Feodorovna) Pss of Denmark (Copenhagen 26 Nov 1847-Hvidore 13 Oct 1928)

 

1h) NICHOLAS II, Emperor and Autocrat of all the Russias, abdicated for himself and his son 2/15 Mar 1917 (St.Petersburg 6 May 1868-executed at Ekaterinburg 17 Jul 1918); m.St.Petersburg 26 Nov 1894 Alix (who took the name Alexandra Feodorovna) Pss of Hesse and the Rhine (Darmstadt 6 Jun 1872-executed at Ekaterinburg 17 Jul 1918)

 

1i) Olga (Tsarskoie-Selo 15 Nov 1895-executed Ekaterinburg 17 Jul 1918)

 

2i) Tatiana (Peterhof 10 Jun 1897-executed Ekaterinburg 17 Jul 1918)

 

3i) Maria (Peterhof 26 Jun 1899-executed Ekaterinburg 17 Jul 1918)

 

4i) Anastasia (Peterhof 18 Jun 1901-executed Ekaterinburg 17 Jul 1918)

 

5i) Alexis, Tsarevich (Peterhof 12 Aug 1904-executed Ekaterinburg 17 Jul 1918)

 

2h) Alexander (St.Petersburg 7 Jun 1869-St.Petersburg 2 May 1870)

 

3h) George (Tsarskoie-Selo 6 May 1871-Abbas-Touman, Caucasus 9 Aug 1899)

 

4h) Xenia (St.Petersburg 6 Apr 1875-Wilderness House, Hampton Court 20 Apr 1960); m.St.Petersburg 6 Aug 1894 Alexander, Grand Duke of Russia (13 Apr 1866-26 Feb 1933; below)

 

5h) MICHAEL, Emperor and Autocrat of all the Russias briefly after his brother's abdication 2/15 Mar 1917; the next day he signed a manifesto declaring that he would not assume the position of Emperor until and unless a representative body should decide on the continuation of the monarchy (St.Petersburg 22 Nov 1878-executed near Perm 13 Jul 1918); m.(morganatically) Vienna 16/29 Oct 1912 Natalia Cheremetevskya, cr Pss Romanovskaya-Brassova (Serene Highness) 1928 (Moscow 27 Jun 1880-Paris 26 Feb 1952)

 

1i) Ct George Brassov (Moscow, or Udinka, nr Moscow 24 Jul 1910-k.in car wreck at Auxerre 22 Jul 1931)

 

6h) Olga (Peterhof 13 Jun 1882-Toronto 24 Nov 1960); m.1st Gatschina 9 Aug 1901 (div 1916) Peter, Duke of Oldenburg (St.Petersburg 21 Nov 1868-Biarritz 11 Mar 1924); m.2nd Kiev 1 Nov 1916 Nikolai Kulikovsky (Evstratovka, Ukraine 11 Nov 1882-Cooksville, Ontario 11 Aug 1958)

 

4g) Wladimir (St.Petersburg 22 Apr 1847-St.Petersburg 17 Feb 1909); m.St.Petersburg 28 Aug 1874 Marie, Dss of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (Ludwigslust 14 May 1854-Contrexéville 6 Sep 1920)

 

1h) Alexander (Tsarskoie-Selo 31 Aug 1875-St.Petersburg 16 Mar 1877)

 

2h) Kirill (Tsarskoie-Selo 30 Sep 1876-Neuilly 13 Oct 1938); m.Tegernsee 8 Oct 1905 Victoria Melita Pss of Great Britain and Ireland, Pss of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, etc (Malta 25 Nov 1876-Amorbach 2 Mar 1936)

 

1i) Marie (Coburg 2 Feb 1907-Madrid 25 Oct 1951); m.Coburg 24 Feb 1925 Karl Fst zu Leiningen (Strassburg 13 Feb 1898-Saransk, Russia 2 Aug 1946); note: though she and her sister were not grandchildren of an Emperor, they were generally accorded the title Grand Duchess on the grounds that their father was head of the house

 

2i) Kira (Paris 9 May 1909-St.Briac-sur-Mer 8 Sep 1967); m.Doorn 4 May 1938 Louis Ferdinand Pr of Prussia (Marmorpalais 9 Nov 1907-Bremen 25 Sep 1994)

 

3i) Vladimir (Borga, Finland 30 Aug 1917-Miami 21 Apr 1992); m.Lausanne 13 Aug 1948 Pss Leonida Bagration-Moukhransky (Tiflis 23 Sep 1914-Madrid 23 May 2010); note: as heir to his father, Vladimir assumed and was generally accorded the title Grand Duke

 

1j) Maria (b.Madrid 23 Dec 1953); m.Madrid 22 Sep 1976 (div 1986) Franz Wilhelm Pr of Prussia (b.Grünberg 3 Sep 1943); note: as heir to her father, on the grounds that no other eligible members of the family survive, Maria has assumed and is generally accorded the title Grand Duchess

 

1k) George, Pr of Prussia (b.Madrid 13 Mar 1981); as only child of his mother, George is generally accorded the title Grand Duke of Russia, and does not use his Prussian title

 

3h) Boris (St.Petersburg 24 Nov 1877-Paris 9 Nov 1943); m.Genoa 12 Jul 1919 Zinaida Rachevskya (Dvinsk 3 Nov 1898-Paris 30 Jan 1963)

 

4h) Andrei (Tsarskoie-Selo 14 May 1879-Paris 30 Oct 1956); m.Cannes 30 Jan 1921 Marie-Mathilde Kchessinska, cr Pss Romanovskya-Krassinskya (Ligovo 31 Aug 1872-Paris 8 Dec 1971)

 

1i) Pr Vladimir Romanovsky-Krasinsky (St.Petersburg 30 Jun 1902-Paris 23 Apr 1974); Mathilde Kchessinska had been involved with the future Emperor Nicholas II, and then with Grand Duke Serge Mikhailovich, before settling with Andrei; it is said that Prince Vladimir was wont to say that he was never sure whether Andrei or Serge was his biological father; however, Andrei recognized Vladimir as his son after the revolution

 

5h) Elena (Tsarskoie-Selo 29 Jan 1882-Athens 13 Mar 1957); m.Tsarskoie Selo 29 Aug 1902 Nicholas Pr of Greece and Denmark (Athens 22 Jan 1872-Athens 8 Feb 1938)

 

5g) Alexei (St.Petersburg 14 Jan 1850-Paris 14 Nov 1908); he is said to have m.(morganatically) in Italy 1870 Alexandra Zhukovskya (Düsseldorf 11 Nov 1842-Wendischbora 1899) though it is not entirely clear whether this marriage actually occurred

 

1h) Ct Alexei Belevsky-Zhukovsky (Salzburg 26 Nov 1871, k.by Soviets in the Caucasus 1930/2); m.1st Ilyinskoye 29 Aug1894 (div) Pss Maria Troubetskoya (Elezavetino 18 Jun 1872-Paris 20 Mar 1954); m.2nd Bss Nathalie Schöpping

 

1i) Css Elisabeth Belevsky-Zhukovsky (Moscow 8 Sep 1896-Princeton, NJ 30 Jul 1975); m.1st Moscow Jan 1917 Peter Perevostchikov (Moscow 8 Mar 1872-Florence 28 Jun 1937); m.2nd Jul 1939 Arthur Lourie (St.Petersburg 14 May 1892-Princeton NJ 13 Nov 1966)

 

2i) Css Alexandra Belevskya-Zhukovskya (Moscow 4 Mar 1899-New York 12 Oct 1994); m.1st Berlin 9 Sep 1925 (div 1950) Henry de Lepp (Alexandrovsk 1896-Dordogne, France May 1955); m.2nd New York City 20 Nov 1956 George Flevitzky (St.Petersburg 1904-New York City 11 May 1960)

 

3i) Css Maria Belevskya-Zhukovskya (Moscow 26 Oct 1901-Cormeilles-en-Parisis 18 Aug 1996); m.1st Berlin 17 Sep 1922 Vladimir Sverbeev (Yalta 11 Nov 1890-Paris 3 Jan 1951); m.2nd New York City 28 Oct 1959 Vladimir Ianouchevsky (St.Petersburg 9 Jun 1897-Paris 13 Feb 1970)

 

4i) Ct Sergei Belevsky-Zhukovsky (Moscow 17 Feb 1903 [18 Feb 1904?]-Los Angeles 27 Nov 1956); m.Paris Jan 1926 Nina Botkina (Bern 19 May 1901-Lausanne 16 Oct 1966)

 

1j) Css Elena Belevsky-Zhukovsky (b.Paris 31 Aug 1929); m.1st Paris 17 Nov 1949 (div 1956) Nikolai Mojaisky (b.Paris 17 Jun 1928); m.2nd Paris 16 Jul 1956 Ct Kirill Nieroth (b.Paris 14 Apr 1930)

 

6g) Marie (Tsarskoie-Selo 17 Oct 1853-Zürich 24 Oct 1920); m.St.Petersburg 23 Jan 1874 Alfred Pr of Great Britain and Ireland, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, etc (Windsor 6 Aug 1844-Rosenau 30 Jul 1900)

 

7g) Sergei (Tsarskoie-Selo 10 May 1857-assassinated Moscow 17 Feb 1905); m.St.Petersburg 15 Jun 1884 Elisabeth Pss of Hesse and the Rhine (Bessungen 1 Nov 1864-executed at Alapaievsk 17/18 Jul 1918)

 

8g) Paul (Tsarskoie-Selo 11 Oct 1860-executed at Fortress of SS. Peter and Paul 30 Jan 1919); m.1st St.Petersburg 17 Jun 1889 Alexandra Pss of Greece and Denmark (Corfu 30 Aug 1870-Ilinskoie 24 Sep 1891); m.2nd Livorno, Italy 10 Oct 1902 Olga Karnovitch, cr Gfn von Hohenfelsen 1904, and Pss Paley (Serene Highness) 28 Aug 1915 (St.Petersburg 2 Dec 1866-Paris 2 Nov 1929)

 

1h) Marie (St.Petersburg 18 Apr 1890-Schloß Mainau 13 Dec 1958); m.1st Tsarskoie Selo 3 May 1908 (div 1914) William Pr of Sweden (Tullgarn 17 Jun 1884-Stenhammer 5 Jun 1965); m.2nd Pavlovsk 19 Sep 1917 (div 1924) Pr Sergei Poutiatine (St.Petersburg 7 Dec 1893-Charleston, South Carolina 26 Feb 1966)

 

2h) Dimitri (Ilynskoye 18 Sep 1891-Davos 5 Mar 1942); m.Biarritz 21 Nov 1926 (div 1937) Audrey Emery (New York City 4/5 Jul 1904-West Palm Beach, Florida 25 Nov 1971)

 

1i) Pr Paul Romanovsky-Ilyinsky; on the death of Vladimir Kirillovich he is said to have succeeded as de jure Duke of Holstein-Gottorp (London 27 Jan 1928-Palm Beach 10 Feb 2004); m.1st Honolulu 29 Jul 1949 (annulled 1951) Mary Evelyn Prince (Memphis, Tennessee Apr 1925); m.2nd Palm Beach, Florida 1 Oct 1952 Angelica Philippa Kauffmann (Paris 21 Jun 1932 [or, 23 Mar 1932]-Palm Beach 19 Nov 2011)

 

1j) Pr Dimitri Romanovsky-Ilyinsky, apparently de jure Duke of Holstein-Gottorp (b.Palm Beach 1 May 1954); m.New Haven, Connecticut 22 Sep 1979 Martha McDowell (b.New Haven, Connecticut 15 Jun 1952)

 

1k) Pss Catherine Adair Romanovsky-Ilyinsky (b.Cincinnati, Ohio 4 Aug 1981); m.25 Jun 2011 Sam Goodyear

 

2k) Pss Victoria Bayard Romanovsky-Ilyinsky (b.Cincinnati, Ohio 23 Nov 1984); m.7 Aug 2013 Mbeka Yves Binda

 

3k) Pss Lela McDowell Romanovsky-Ilyinsky (b.Cincinnati, Ohio 26 Aug 1986)

 

2j) Pss Paula Maria Romanovsky-Ilyinsky (b.Palm Beach, Florida 18 May 1956); m.Cincinnati, Ohio 31 May 1980 Mark Comisar (b.Cincinnati, Ohio 17 Jun 1953)

 

3j) Pss Anna Romanovsky-Ilyinsky (b.Palm Beach 1 Oct 1958); m.1st Henniker, New Hampshire 9 May 1980 (div 1990) Robin de Young (b.Cambridge, Massachusetts 25 Dec 1952) ; m.2nd Cincinnati, Ohio 18 Dec 1992 David Wise Glossinger (b.Dayton, Ohio 11 Jul 1953)

 

4j) Pr Michael Romanovsky-Ilyinsky (b.Palm Beach 3 Nov 1959); m.1st Cincinnati 7 Nov 1989 (div 1996) Paula Maier (b.Cincinnati 1 Sep 1965); m.2nd 21 May 1999 (div 2001) Lisa Marie Schiesler (b.17 May 1973); m.3rd Cincinnati 13 May 2010 Debra Lewis, née Gibson (b.Dearborn, Michigan 20 Apr 1963)

 

1k) Pss Alexis Taylor Romanovsky-Ilyinsky (b.1 Mar 1994)

 

3h) Pr Vladimir Paley (Paris 9 Jan 1897-executed Alapaevsk 17/18 Jul 1918)

 

4h) Pss Irina Paley (Paris 21 Dec 1903-Biarritz 15 Nov 1990); m.1st Paris 4 Jun 1923 (div 1936) Feodor Pr of Russia (below); m.2nd Biarritz 11 Apr 1950 Cte Hubert de Monbrison (St.Avertin, France 15 Aug 1892-château de St-Roch 14 Apr 1981)

 

5h) Pss Natalia Paley (Paris 5 Dec 1905-New York 27 Dec 1981); m.1st Paris 10 Aug 1927 (div 1937) Lucien Lelong (Paris 11 Oct 1889-Anglet, Basses Pyrenees 11 May 1958); m.2nd Southport, Fairfield, Connecticut 8 Sep 1937 John Chapman Wilson (Trenton, New Jersey 19 Aug 1899-New York City 29 Oct 1961)

 

9g) Pr George Yurievsky (St.Petersburg 12 May 1872-Marburg 13 Sep 1913); m.Nice 11 Feb 1900 (div 1908) Alexandra Gfn von Zarnekau (Kutais 22 May 1883-Paris 28 May 1957)

 

1h) Pr Alexander Yurievsky (Nice 20 Dec 1900-Männedorf, Switzerland 29 Feb 1988); m.Flims Waldhaus, Switzerland 23 Nov 1957 Ursule Beer de Grüneck (Michaelsrombach 30 May 1925-Mar 2001)

 

1i) Pr George Yurievksy (b.St.Gall, Switzerland 8 Dec 1961); m.1st Meilen, Switzerland 10 Oct 2003 (rel) Mainau 24 Oct 2003 (div Zürich 5 Mar 2012) Katharina Verhagen (b.Beerse, Belgium 26 Apr 1964); m.2nd 2013 Silvia Trumpp

 

10g) Pss Olga Yurievsky (St.Petersburg 8 Nov 1873-Wiesbaden 10 Aug 1925); m.Nice 12 May 1895 Georg Gf von Merenberg (Wiesbaden 13 Feb 1871-Wiesbaden 31 May 1948)

 

11g) Boris (23 Feb 1876-11 Apr 1876), posthumously legitimated

 

12g) Pss Catherine Yurievska (St.Petersburg 9 Sep 1878-North Hayling, England 22 Dec 1959); m.1st Biarritz 18 Oct 1901 Pr Alexander Bariatinsky (22 May 1870-Florence 6 Mar 1910); m.2nd Yalta 9 Oct 1916 (div 1924) Pr Serge Obolensky (Tsarskoie-Selo 20 Sep 1890-Grosse Pointe, Michigan 29 Sep 1978)

 

2f) Maria (Pavlovsk 18 Aug 1819-St.Petersburg 21 Feb 1876); m.1st St.Petersburg 14 Jul 1839 Maximilian de Beauharnais, Duke von Leuchtenberg (Munich 2 Oct 1817-St.Petersburg 1 Nov 1852); m.2nd St.Petersburg 16 Nov 1856 Ct Grigori Strogonov (18 Jun 1824-13 Mar 1879)

 

3f) Olga (St.Petersburg 11 Sep 1822-Friedrichshafen 30 Oct 1892); m.Peterhof 13 Jul 1846 King Karl I of Württemberg (Stuttgart 6 Mar 1823-Stuttgart 6 Oct 1891)

 

4f) Alexandra (St.Petersburg 24 Jun 1825-Tsarskoie-Selo 10 Aug 1844); m.St.Petersburg 28 Jan 1844 Friedrich Wilhelm, Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel (Kassel 26 Nov 1820-Frankfurt 14 Oct 1884)

 

5f) Constantine (St.Petersburg 21 Sep 1827-Pavlovsk 29 Jan 1892); m.St.Petersburg 11 Sep 1848 Alexandra Pss of Saxe-Altenburg (Altenburg 8 Jul 1830-St.Petersburg 6 Jul 1911)

 

1g) Nicholas (St.Petersburg 14 Feb 1850-Tashkent 14 Jan 1918); m.Orenburg, Russia 1882 Nadezhda Drier [Dreyer] (1861-1929)

 

1h) Pr Artemy Iskander (Tashkent 1883-k.in Russian Civil War 1919)

 

2h) Pr Alexander Iskander (Tashkent 15 Nov 1889-Grasse 26 Jan 1957); m.1st 5 May 1912 (div) Olga Rogovskya (b.1893, disappeared in USSR); m.2nd Paris 11 Oct 1930 Natalia Khanykova (St.Petersburg 30 Dec 1893-Nice 20 Apr 1982)

 

1i) Pr Cyril Iskander (Tashkent 5 Dec 1914-Moscow 1992)

 

2i) Pss Natalia Iskander (Tashkent 21 Jan 1917-Moscow 24 Jul 1999); m.Nikolai Dostal

 

2g) Olga (Pavlovsk 3 Sep 1851-Pau 18 Jun 1926); m.St.Petersburg 27 Oct 1867 King George I of the Hellenes (Copenhagen 24 Dec 1845-Salonika 18 Mar 1913)

 

3g) Vera (St.Petersburg 16 Feb 1854-Stuttgart 11 Apr 1912); m.Stuttgart 8 May 1874 Eugen, Duke of Württemberg (Bückeburg 20 Aug 1846-Düsseldorf 27 Jan 1877)

 

4g) Constantine (Strelna 22 Aug 1858-Pavlovsk 15 Jun 1915); m.St.Petersburg 27 Apr 1884 Elisabeth Pss of Saxe-Altenburg (Meiningen 25 Jan 1865-Leipzig 24 Mar 1927)

 

1h) Ivan (Pavlovsk 5 Jul 1886-executed at Alapaevsk 17/18 Jul 1918); m.Peterhof 3 Sep 1911 Helena Pss of Serbia (Rijeka, Serbia 4 Nov 1884-Nice 16 Oct 1962)

 

1i) Vsevelod (Marble Palace, St.Petersburg 20 Jan 1914-London 18 Jun 1973); m.1st London 31 May 1939 (div 1956) Lady Mary Lygon (Madresfield Court 12 Feb 1910-Faringdon 27 Sep 1982); m.2nd London 28 Mar 1956 (div 1961) Emilia de Gosztonyi (Budapest 19 Apr 1914-Monte Carlo 9 Jul 1993); m.3rd London 8 Jun 1961 Valli Knust (London 4 Apr 1930-The Old Vicarage, Leigh, Dorset 10 Jul 2012)

 

2i) Catherine (Pavlovsk 25 Jul 1915-Montevideo 13 Mar 2007); m.Rome 15 Sep 1937 (separated 1945) Ruggero, Marchese Farace di Villaforesta (London 4 Aug 1909-Rome 14 Sep 1970)

 

2h) Gabriel (Pavlovsk 15 Jul 1887-Paris 28 Feb 1955); m.1st St.Petersburg 9 Apr 1917 Antonia Nesterovskya (St.Petersburg 14 Mar 1890-Paris 7 Mar 1950); m.2nd Paris 11 May 1951 Pss Irina Kurakina (Andreievskoye 22 Sep 1903-Chelles 17 Jan 1993)

 

3h) Tatiana (St.Petersburg 23 Jan 1890-Jerusalem 28 Aug 1979); m.1st Pavlovsk 24 Aug 1911 Pr Constantine Bagration-Moukhransky (Tiflis 2 Mar 1889-k.a.Jaroslav, nr Lvov 19 May 1915); m.2nd Geneva 9 Nov 1921 Alexander Korochenzov (17 Aug 1877-Lausanne 6 Feb 1922)

 

4h) Constantine (St.Petersburg 1 Jan 1891-executed at Alapaevsk 17/18 Jul 1918)

 

5h) Oleg (St.Petersburg 27 Nov 1892-d.Vitebsk Hospital, Vilno, 12 Oct 1914 of wounds received in action)

 

6h) Igor (St.Petersburg 10 Jun 1894-executed Alapaevsk 17/18 Jul 1918)

 

7h) George (St.Petersburg 6 May 1903-New York City 7 Nov 1938)

 

8h) Natalia (St.Petersburg 23 Mar 1905-St.Petersburg 23 May 1905)

 

9h) Vera (Pavlovsk 24 Apr 1906-New York 11 Jan 2001)

 

5g) Dimitri (St.Petersburg 13 Jun 1860-executed at Fortress of SS.Peter and Paul, St.Petersburg 30 Jan 1919)

 

6g) Viatcheslav (St.Petersburg 13 Jul 1862-St.Petersburg 27 Feb 1879)

 

6f) Nicholas (Tsarskoie-Selo 8 Aug 1831-Alupka, Crimea 25 Apr 1891); m.St.Petersburg 6 Feb 1856 Alexandra, Dss of Oldenburg (St.Petersburg 2 Jun 1838-Kiev 25 Apr 1900)

 

1g) Nicholas (St.Petersburg 18 Nov 1856-Cap d'Antibes 5 Jan 1929); m.Yalta 29 Apr 1907 Anastasia Pss of Montenegro (Cetinje 4 Jan 1868-Cap d'Antibes 25 Jan 1929)

 

2g) Peter (St.Petersburg 22 Jan 1864-Cap d'Antibes 17 Jun 1931); m.Peterhof 26 Jul 1889 Militza Pss of Montenegro (Cetinje 26 Jul 1866-Alexandria, Egypt 5 Sep 1951)

 

1h) Marina (Nice 11 Mar 1892-Six-Fours-les-Plages 15 May 1981); m.Cap d'Antibes 4 Feb 1927 Pr Alexander Galitzine (St.Petersburg 13 Oct 1885-La Bastide-Galitzine, Toulon 24 Mar 1974)

 

2h) Roman (Peterhof 17 Oct 1896-Rome 23 Oct 1978); m.Cap d'Antibes 16 Nov 1921 Css Prascovia Cheremeteva (Poltava 18 Oct 1901-Rome 21 Dec 1980)

 

1i) Pr Nicholas Romanov (b.Cap d'Antibes 13 Sep 1922); m.Florence 31 Dec 1951 (rel) Russian Cathedral, Cannes 21 Jan 1952 Css Sveva della Gherardesca (b.Florence 15 Jul 1930)

 

1j) Pss Natalia Romanov (b.Rome 4 Dec 1952); m.San Vincenzo 30 Apr 1973 Giuseppe Consolo (b.Naples 6 Sep 1948)

 

2j) Pss Elizabeth Romanov (b.Rome 7 Aug 1956); m.Las Vegas 14 May 1982 Mauro Bonacini (b.Salsomaggiore Terme 13 May 1950)

 

3j) Pss Tatiana Romanov (b.Rome 12 Apr 1961); m.1st San Vincenzo 2 Jul 1983 (div 1988) Giambattista Alessandri (b.Oslo 31 Dec 1958); m.2nd San Giovanni di Marignano 29 Aug 1998 Giancarlo Tirotti (b.Rome 1 Nov 1947)

 

2i) Pr Dmitri Romanov (b.Cap d'Antibes 4 Mar 1926); m.1st Copenhagen 21 Jan 1959 Johanna von Kauffmann (Copenhagen 1 Jun 1936-Copenhagen 13 May 1989); m.2nd Bogoyavlensky, Kostromo, Russia 28 Jul 1993 Dorrit Reventlow (b.Récife, Brazil 22 Apr 1942)

 

3h) Nadezhda (Dulber, Crimea 3 Mar 1898-Chantilly 21 Apr 1988); m.Haraks, Crimea 10 Apr 1917 (div 1940) Pr Nicholas Orlov (St.Petersburg 12 Mar 1896-New York City 30 May 1961)

 

4h) Sophia (b.and d.Dulber 3 Mar 1898)

 

7f) Michael (Peterhof 25 Oct 1832-Cannes 18 Dec 1909); m.St.Petersburg 28 Aug 1857 Cecile (who took the name Olga Feodorovna) Pss of Baden (Karlsruhe 20 Sep 1839-Kharkov 12 Apr 1891)  

 

1g) Nicholas (Tsarskoie-Selo 26 Apr 1859-executed at Fortress of SS. Peter and Paul 30 Jan 1919)

 

2g) Anastasia (Peterhof 28 Jul 1860-Eze, nr Nice 11 Mar 1922); m.St.Petersburg 24 Jan 1879 Friedrich Franz III, Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (Ludwigslust 19 Mar 1851-Cannes 10 Apr 1897)

 

3g) Michael (Peterhof 16 Oct 1861-London 26 Apr 1929); m.San Remo 26 Feb 1891 Sophie Gfn von Merenberg, cr Css von Torby 1891 (Geneva 1 Jun 1868-London 14 Sep 1927)

 

1h) Css Anastasia de Torby (Wiesbaden 9 Sep 1892-London 7 Dec 1977); m.London 20 Jul 1917 Sir Harold Wernher, Bt (London 16 Jan 1893-Luton Hoo 30 Jun 1973)

 

2h) Css Nadejda de Torby (Cannes 28 Mar 1896-Cannes 22 Jan 1963); m.London 15 Nov 1916 George, 2nd Marquess of Milford Haven, born Pr von Battenberg (Darmstadt 6 Nov 1892-London 8 Apr 1938)

 

3h) Ct Michael de Torby (Wiesbaden 8 Oct 1898-Roehampton 8 May 1959)

 

4g) George (Bielyi-Klioutch 23 Aug 1863-executed at Fortress of SS. Peter and Paul 30 Jan 1919); m.Corfu 12 May 1900 Marie Pss of Greece and Denmark (Athens 3 Mar 1876-Athens 14 Dec 1940)

 

1h) Nina (Mikhailovskoie, nr Peterhof 20 Jun 1901-Hyannis, Massachusetts 27 Feb 1974); m.London 3 Sep 1922 Pr Paul Chavchavadse (St.Petersburg 27 Jun 1899-Hyannis 12 Jul 1971)

 

2h) Xenia (Mikhailovskoie 22 Aug 1903-Glen Cove, Long Island NY 17 Sep 1965); m.1st Paris 9 Oct 1921 (div 1930) William Bateman Leeds (New York City 19 Sep 1902-St.Thomas, Virgin Islands 31 Dec 1971); m.2nd Glen Cove, NY 10 Aug 1946 Herman Jud (Hicksville, Long Island 14 Feb 1911-Harrisonburg, Virginia 22 Aug 1987)

 

5g) Alexander (Tiflis 13 Apr 1866-Roquebrune 26 Feb 1933); m.Peterhof 6 Aug 1894 Xenia, Grand Duchess of Russia (1875-1960; above)

 

1h) Irina (Peterhof 15 Jul 1895-Paris 26 Feb 1970); m.St.Petersburg 22 Feb 1914 Pr Felix Yusupov (St.Petersburg 24 Mar 1887-Paris 27 Sep 1967)

 

2h) Pr Andrew (St.Petersburg 24 Jan 1897-Provender, Kent 8 May 1981); m.1st Yalta 12 Jun 1918 Donna Elisabetha Ruffo (Snamenskoie 26 Dec 1886-Wilderness House, Hampton Court 29 Oct 1940); m.2nd Norton, Kent 21 Sep 1942 Nadine Sylvia Ada McDougall (Lynsted, Kent 5 Jun 1908-Provender, Faversham, Kent 6 Jun 2000)

 

1i) Pss Xenia Romanov (Paris 10 Mar 1919-Saint Cernin 22 Oct 2000); m.1st London 17 Jun 1945 (div 1954) Calhoun Ancrum (Philippines 28 Apr 1915-Charlestown, Massachusetts 21 Feb 1990); m.2nd Teheran 7 Apr 1958 Geoffrey Tooth (London 1 Sep 1908-Plazac, Rouffignac-Saint-Cernin 18 Feb 1998)

 

2i) Pr Michael Romanov (Versailles 15 Nov 1920-Australia 21 Sep 2008); m.1st Sydney, Australia 24 Feb 1953 (div 1953) Esther Murphy (b.Horsham, Australia 21 Oct 1921); m.2nd Sydney 23 Jul 1954 Shirley Crammond (Brisbane 4 Mar 1916-Sydney 20 Jun 1983); m.3rd Sydney 14 Jul 1993 Giulia Gemma Crespi (b.Milan 7 Mar 1930)

 

3i) Pr Andrew Romanov (b.London 21 Jan 1923); m.1st San Francisco 9 Sep 1951 (div 1959) Elena Dourneva (Tokyo 7 Mar 1927-1 May 1991); m.2nd San Francisco 21 Mar 1961 Kathleen Norris (San Francisco 1 Mar 1935-San Francisco 8 Dec 1967); m.3rd Inez von Bachelin (b.Santa Monica, California 11 Oct 1933)

 

1j) Pr Alexis Romanov (b.San Francisco 27 Apr 1953); m.Oakland, California 19 Sep 1987 Zoetta Leisy (b.Memphis, Tennessee 25 Nov 1956)

 

2j) Pr Peter Romanov (b.San Francisco 21 Nov 1961); m.Inverness CA 9 May 2009 Barbara Jurgens (b.1968)

 

3j) Pr Andrew Romanov (b.San Francisco 20 Feb 1963); m.Point Reyes Station CA 12 Jun 1989 Elisabeth Flores (b.San Francisco 25 Apr 1964)

 

1k) Pss Natasha Romanov (b.San Rafael, California 2 Feb 1993)

 

4i) Pss Olga Romanov (b.London 8 Apr 1950); m.London 1 Oct 1975 Thomas Mathew (b.8 Jul 1945)

 

3h) Feodor (St.Petersburg 23 Dec 1898-Ascain, France 30 Nov 1968); m.Paris 21 May 1923 (div 1936) Pss Irina Paley (1903-1990; above)

 

1i) Pr Michael Romanov (Paris 4 May 1924-Paris 22 Sep 2008); m.1st Paris 15 Oct 1958 (div 1992) Helga Staufenberger (b.Vienna 22 Aug1926); m.2nd Josse 15 Jan 1994 Maria de las Mercedes Ustrell-Cabani (b.Hospitalet, Spain 26 Aug 1960)

 

1j) Pr Michael Romanov (Paris 31 Jul 1959-Mumbai, India 24 Jan 2001)

 

1k) [by Mercedes Ustrell-Cabani] Tatiana (b.Bayonne 21 Oct 1986); she was adopted by her paternal grandfather

 

2i) Pss Irene Romanov (b.Fontenay 7 May 1934); m.1st Biarritz 23 Dec 1955 (div 1959) Andre Jean Pelle (Biarritz 29 Nov 1923-Biarritz 7 Oct 1998); m.2nd Le Pin 26 Dec 1962 (div) Victor-Marcel Soulas (b.St.Méen-le-Grand 26 Aug 1938)

 

4h) Nikita (St.Petersburg 16 Jan 1900-Cannes 12 Sep 1974); m.Paris 19 Feb 1922 Css Maria Vorontzova-Daschkova (Tsarskoie-Selo 13 Feb 1903-Cannes 15 Jun 1997)

 

1i) Pr Nikita Romanov (London 13 May 1923-New York 3 May 2007); m.London 14 Jul 1961 Jane Schonwald (b.Oklahoma City 24 Apr 1933)

 

1j) Pr Theodore Romanov (New York City 30 Nov 1974-25 Aug 2007)

 

2i) Pr Alexander Romanov (Paris 4 Nov 1929-London 22 Sep 2002); m.Cannes 18 Jul 1971 Maria Valguarnera di Niscemi (b.Palermo 29 Nov 1931)

 

5h) Dimitri (Gatschina 15 Aug 1901-London 7 Jul 1980); m.1st Paris 25 Oct 1931 (div 1947) Css Marina Goljenistchev-Kutusov (St.Petersburg 20 Nov 1912-Sharon, Connecticut 7 Jan 1969); m.2nd London 20 Oct 1954 Margaret Sheila MacKellar Chisholm (Sydney, Australia 9 Sep 1898-London 13 Oct 1969)

 

1i) Pss Nadeshda Romanov (Boulogne 4 Jul 1933-Vancouver 17 Sep 2002); m.1st London 20 Dec 1952 (div 1976) Anthony Brian Allen (b.Connah's Quay, Wales 6 May 1931); m.2nd William Thomas Hall Clark (Montreal 17 Mar 1924-Victoria, BC 16 Feb 1995)

 

6h) Pr Rostislav (Ai-Todor, Crimea 24 Nov 1902-Cannes 31 Jul 1978); m.1st Chicago, Illinois 1 Sep 1928 (div 1944) Pss Alexandra Galitzine (Maryino, Russia 7 May 1905-Lake Forest, Illinois 5 Dec 2006); m.2nd Chicago 24 Nov 1944 (div 1951) Alice Eilken (Chicago 30 May 1923-Skokie, Illinois 21 Oct 1996); m.3rd London 19 Nov 1954 Hedwig von Chappuis (Nabelschwedt, Silesia 6 Dec 1905-Grasse 9 Jan 1997)

 

1i) Pr Rostislav Romanov (Chicago 3 Dec 1938-London 7 Jan 1999); m.1st Winnetka 9 Sep 1960 (div 1980) Stephena Verdel Cook (b.Maracaibo, Venezuela 15 Dec 1938); m.2nd Lake Forest, Illinois 16 Aug 1980 [12 Aug 1980?] Christia Ipsen (b.Rockford, Illinois 3 Apr 1949)

 

1j) Pss Stephena Romanov (b.Chicago 21 Jan 1963); m.Lake Bluff, Illinois 23 Dec 1988 William Porter Boggis, III (b.Lake Forest, Illinois 31 Mar 1960)

 

2j) Pss Alexandra Romanov (b.Lake Forest, Ill 9 Jun 1983)

 

3j) Pr Rostislav Romanov (b.Lake Forest, Ill 21 May 1985)

 

1k) Michael, b.2013

 

4j) Pr Nikita Romanov (b.London 24 Jan 1987)

 

2i) Pr Nicholas Romanov (Chicago 9 Sep 1945-Las Vegas 9 Nov 2000); m.1st Wheaton, Illinois 24 Aug 1966 (div) Pamela Kuzinowski (b.Chicago 7 Jul 1944); m.2nd Lynn N

 

1j) Pr Nicolas Christopher Romanov (b.Oak Park, Illinois 30 Jul 1968); m.1st Rolling Meadows, Illinois 13 May 1995 Lisa Marie Flowa (b.Chicago 28 Mar 1971); m.2nd (div) Sheryl Buffet

 

1k) Pr Cory Christopher Romanov (Arlington Heights, Illinois 5 Dec 1994-6 Jan 1998)

 

2k) Karlyn (b.San Diego 5 Apr 2000)

 

3k) Chelle (b.San Diego 7 Mar 2003)

 

2j) Pr Daniel Joseph Romanov (b.Chicago 19 Mar 1972); m.Soo Kim

 

1k) Madison (b.Chicago 9 Jul 2007)

 

2k) Jackson Daniel (b.Jan 2009)

 

3j) Pss Heather Noelle Romanov (b.Park Ridge, Illinois 6 Nov 1976); m.14 Jul 2006 Joseph Munao (b.Chicago 2 Jun 1976)

 

7h) Vassili (Gatschina 7 Jul 1907-Woodside, California 23 Jun 1989); m.New York City 31 Jul 1931 Pss Natalia Galitzine (Moscow 26 Oct 1907-Woodside 28 Mar 1989)

 

1i) Pss Marina Romanov (b.San Francisco 22 May 1940); m.Woodside CA 8 Jan 1967 (div) William Beadleston (b.Long Branch, New Jersey 31 Jul 1938)

 

6g) Sergei (Borjom, Georgia 7 Oct 1869-executed at Alapaievsk 17/18 Jul 1918)

 

7g) Alexis (Tiflis 28 Dec 1875-San Remo 1 Mar 1895)

 

10e) Michael (St.Petersburg 8 Feb 1798-Warsaw 9 Sep 1849); m.St.Petersburg 19 Feb 1824 Charlotte Pss of Württemberg (Stuttgart 9 Jan 1807-Stuttgart 21 Jan 1873)

 

1f) Marie (Moscow 9 Mar 1825-Vienna 19 Nov 1846)

 

2f) Elizabeth (St.Petersburg 26 May 1826-Wiesbaden 28 Jan 1845); m.St.Petersburg 31 Jan 1844 Adolf, Duke of Nassau [later, Grand Duke of Luxemburg] (Biebrich 24 Jul 1817-Schloß Hohenburg 17 Nov 1905)

 

3f) Catherine (St.Petersburg 28 Aug 1827-St.Petersburg 12 May 1894); m.St.Petersburg 16 Feb 1851 Georg, Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (Neustrelitz 11 Jan 1824-St.Petersburg 20 Jun 1876)

 

4f) Alexander (Moscow 28 Jan 1831-Moscow 27 Mar 1832)

 

5f) Anne (Moscow 27 Oct 1834-St.Petersburg 22 Mar 1836)

 

2d) Anna (St.Petersburg 20 Dec 1757-Peterhof 19 Mar 1759)

 

7b) ELISABETH, Empress and Autocrat of all the Russias 7 Dec 1741 (Kolomenskoe 29 Dec 1709-St.Petersburg 5 Jan 1762); she is alleged by some to have m.ca 1742 Ct Alexei Razumovsky (Lemeshi, Ukraine 17 Mar 1709-St.Petersburg 17 Jul 1771)

 

8b) Natalia (20 Mar 1713-27 May 1715)

 

9b) Margarita (19 Sep 1714-7 Jun 1715)

 

10b) Peter 15 Nov 1715-19 Apr 1719)

 

11b) Paul (Wesel 13 Jan 1717-Wesel 14 Jan 1717)

 

12b) Natalia (31 Aug 1718-15 Mar 1725)

 

13b) Peter, d.7 Oct 1723

 

14a) Feodora (Moscow 1673-Moscow 1677)

 

15a) Natalia (1674-28 Jun 1716)