LINE 1: THE HUNS

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note: generations 1-12 are taken from the traditional pedigree, and the other generations listed in the traditional pedigree are identified with their historic personas.

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THE XIONG DYNASTY

01. Bor-isten, first king of the Huns, called variously the "Chunwei" [by China's Xia Dynasty], or called the "Huifong" [by China's Shang Dynasty], or called the "Xianyun" [by China's Zhou Dynasty], or called the "Xiong-Nu" or "Hsiung-Nu" [by China's Han Dynasty], appears in Dzungaria the Hunnish homeland circa 800BC, when he exchanges ambassadors with China. Boristen, the first Hunnish king, descended in a long-line of Hunnish chieftains from [C]Hungvi (1750BC), called "Son of Heaven", who appears in Chinese records [Sunni Dyn.] as a descendant of Xiahou (2000BC), the dynasty's ancestor, who gave the dynasty its family-name

= Ly-sze, a Chinese princess, sister of Ping, 58th [Chou] Emperor of China, the dau & son of Yeu-Wang, 57th Emperor of China 781-771BC, son of Hsuan-Wang, 56th Emperor 827-782, son of Li-Wang, 55th Emperor 878-827, son of Tscheng, prince, son of Tschi-Fah, bro of Kong, 51st Emperor, the son[s] of Mu-Wang, Emperor 1001-957BC, son of Tchao, prince, son of Kang-Wang, Emperor 1078-1052, son of Tschang-Wang, Emperor 1115-1078, son of [Fah-] Wu-Wang, 46th Emperor 1135-1115, founds China's Chou Dynasty, son of Tschang-Wang, son of [another] Tschang-Wang, son of Li-Wah, son of Kilik, son of Tschang-Fu, son of Tan-Fu, King of Chou

= Bura, goddess/ancestress

02. Dama[n]

= [name], dau of a Mede [Madja] king

03. Kavi "The Smith"

04. Kalti [Khaled]

05. Kari [Khorez] (500BC)

06. Balor

07. Kadara [Gadahar] (400BC)

08. Othmar

09. Farkas [Tarikia]

10. Bentekur [Bende-Kur-Sikh]

11. Buken [Boken], victor of the Battle of Northern Xansi (318BC)

12. Kamad "Tengriqut" [# 12 in traditional pedigree] [prob. id. with the historical Kia: name abbrev. here], tribal chief 270-240BC

13. Tumen [Deman; T'u-Man; poss. id. with Budli, # 13 in traditional pedigree]; tribal chief 240; founds first Hunnish [Hsiung-Nu] Empire and is reckoned the first Hunnish "great-king" ["Tan-Hu" or "khan"] 225BC; the Chinese built "The Great Wall" in 214BC to fend off his raids into China; d209BC

14. Batur [Baktur] [aka Mete Khan] [Mote; Mode], 2nd King of Huns 209-174BC [# 14 in traditional pedigree]

=1 a Chinese princess, dau of first Han Emperor Liu Bang, a.k.a. Han Kaozu

=2 X, a relative of the Chinese Empress Lu-Hou

15. Kokkhan [Lao-Shang] [Ki-Ok], 3rd King of Huns, d161BC [poss. id. with Mirke, #s 15 & 16 in traditional pedigree]

16. Elchishye [Ichisye], 5th King of Huns 126-114BC [bro of Kunkhan [Chun-Ch'eng], 4th King 161-126BC]

17. Qutighu, 9th King of Huns 101-96BC [bro of Uvey, 6th King 114-105, & Kulighu , 8th King 102-101BC]

= dau of a Chinese emperor

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note: Uvey, 6th King, was father of two sons, (a) Uyshilar [Uchilu], 7th King 105-102BC, and (b) son [name unknown], the grandfather of Uyanquti, 14th King 60-58BC

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note: Kulighu , 8th King 102-101BC, was the father of X [name unknown], 10th King of Huns 96

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18. Hulugu, 11th King of Huns 96-85BC

19. Shuluy Qanghuy, 13th King 68-60BC [bro of Khuyente [Khuangdi], 12th King 85-68BC] [poss. id. with Ompud, # 17 in traditional pedigree], was defeated and killed in battle against the Chinese [Han Dyn.], who got control of the "Silk Road"

20. Khukhenye I [Huhanye] [Ho-Han-Yeh], 15th-A &/or 19th King of Huns 58-31BC [poss. id. with Kulche, # 18 in traditional pedigree], entered the Chinese "protectorate" in 58BC, which occasioned the Hunnish prince Bosiuytang-Zhuki [Xi-Xi], 15th-B King of Huns 58-56, to proclaim himself "great-king" and declared his independence; =1 X; =2 Wang Zhaojun, a Chinese [Han Dyn.] princess

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note: Bosiuytang-Zhuki [Xi-Xi], 15th-B King of Huns [58-56], was the father of (a) Zhun-Zhen, 17th King of Huns 56-54, & (b) Zhizhi-Kuduhu, 18th King of Huns 54-47

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note: both Khukhenye I [Ho-Han-Yeh], 15th-A King of Huns & Bosiuytang-Zhuki [Xi-Xi], 15th-B King of Huns, were opposed by three co-kings: Huge, 16th-A King 58-57; Khali, 16th-B King 58-56; & Uji, 16th-C King 58-57

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note: the sons of [generation # 20 above] Khukhenye I [Huhanye] [Ho-Han-Yeh], 15th-A or 19th King of Huns 58/47-31BC, were (a) Pozhulonuti [Fujuley], 20th King 31-20BC; (b) Shuzhunoti [Seusye], 21st King 20-12BC; (c) Qiyanoti, 22nd King 12-8BC; (d) Uchilonoti [Uzhuliu], 23rd King 8BC-AD13; (e) Ulunoti [Uley], 24th King 11-10BC & AD13-18; & (f) Hudurshi Dao-Gao [Ghuduarshi Davganoti], 26th King

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note: Uchilonoti [Uzhuliu], the 23rd King, see afore, was the father of (a) Khukhenye II [Huhanye II], 29th-B King 48-55, (b) Chupunoti [Mo], 30th-B King 55-56, & (c) Ilgha Uluti [Han], 31st-B King 56-59

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note: Ulunoti [Uley], 24th King, see afore, was the father of (a) Xiuybudan, 25th King AD18-19, & (b) Udadiheu, 27th King 46

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note: Khukhenye II, 29th-B King, see afore, was the father of (a) Shtongsi Suyghuti [Di], 32nd-B King 59-63, (b) Arqu [Ango], 40th King 93-94, & (c) Liu, the father of Tindushsu Quti [Shigi], 41st King 94-98

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note: Chupunoti [Mo], 30th-B, see afore, was the father of (a) Kuchi Qilindi [Su], 33rd-B King 63, (b) Ghushi Shisu Quti [Zhang], 34th-B King 63-85, & (c) Shulan Shisu Quti [Tuntuhe], 39th King 88-93

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note: Ilgha Uluti, 31st-B King, see afore, was the father of (a) Iltu Uluti [Xiuanh], 36th King 85-88, & (b) Liu, the father of Finghey, 43rd King 98-118]

[note: Ghushi Shisu Quti [Zhang], 34th-B King, see afore, was the father of (a) Wanchi [Tkhanh], 44th King 98-124, (b) Uzhqushsu [Ba], 45th King 124-128, & (c) Kutino [Hiuli], 46th King 128-141

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note: Kutino [Hiuli], 46th King, see afore, was the father of (a) Tchemeu, 47th King 141-142, & (b) Liu

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note: Tchemeu, 47th King, see afore, was the father of Ghoranno Shisu Quti, 48th King 142-147, the father of Illin Shisu Quti, 49th King 142-172, the father of Utno Shisu Quti, 50th King 172-179, the father of Ghuzhin [Huzheng], 51st King 179

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note: Liu, the brother of Tchemeu, 47th King, see afore, was the father of [another] Liu, the father of [another] Liu, the father of Qanquy, 52nd King 179-188

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note: Qanquy, 52nd King, see afore, was the father of (a) Qizi Shisu Quti [Yuifulo], 53rd King 188-195, (b) [G]Huchuqan, 54th King 195-215, & (c) Liu, ancestor of China's Chou Dynasty [319-352], (d) Liu, ancestor of the Juan-Juan Kings [394-557], & (e) Liu, ancestor of China's Liang Dynasty, &, poss. ancestor of Turkish Kings

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note: Qizi Shisu Quti [Yuifulo], 53rd King, see afore, was the father of Liu-Pao, 55th King 215-279, the father of Liu Yuan-Hai [Bei Han], 56th King 279-309, who reunited the Hunnish empire 304; conquered China 308; & founded the Shu-Han Dynasty

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21. Hudurshi Dao-Gao [Ghuduarshi Davganoti], 26th King AD18-46 [poss. id. with Zevente, # 19 in traditional pedigree]

22. Yuliu, 29th-A &/or 35th King 46-87 [bro of Panu, 28th King 46-83]

23. Eltekin, 38th King 91-93 [bro of Mo Khyganje, 30th-A &/or 37th King 87-91]

24. Panghu, 39th &/or 42nd King 93/98-118

25. Huyen (125/150) on Formhals' Chart, poss. id. with Zemtur, 43rd-B King, #s 21 & 22 in traditional pedigree

26. Huyen (150/175) on Formhals' Chart, poss. id. with Bulchu [Boluc], 44th-B King, #s 23 & 24 in traditional pedigree

27. Huyen (175/200) on Formhals' Chart, poss. id. with Zoltan, 45th-B &/or 55th-B King, # 25 in traditional pedigree, last chief of the Huns [Hsiung-Nu] in Dzungaria, began migration westwards through Central Asia, c 215

28. Barin, Prince, # 26 in traditional pedigree, passed by Lake Balk, c 225

29. Kadcha, Prince, fl c 250, # 27 in traditional pedigree

30. Oposch, Prince, # 28 in traditional pedigree, reached the Aral Sea, c 265

31. Ethei, Prince (275), 56th-B King (300), # 29 in traditional pedigree [id. with Rodgers' King Attei], fl c 275/300

32. Szemen, 57th King of Huns (310), # 30 in traditional pedigree [id. with Rodgers' King Scemen]

33. Kama Tarkhan, 58th King of Huns (325)

34. Avitochola, 59th King of Huns (350)

35. Donaton, 60th King of Huns (375), entered Europe, conquered Ostro-Goth Ukraine (372); the father of (a) Basiq, 61st King; (b) Balamber, 62nd King; (c) Uldes, 65th King (below)

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note: Basiq, 61st King (d386), established Hunnish kingdom in Central Europe, or Germany, in Year 386

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note: Balamber, 62nd King 386-390, was the father of (a) Ebarse, 63rd King 390, who was expelled by his bro (b) Alypbi, 64th King 390-405

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36. Uldes, 65th King 405-411

37. Kuridak [bro of Karaton, 66th King 411-XXX, the father of Octar [Oktar], 67th King XXX-430]

38. Mundzuk [bro of Rugila [Roas], 68th King 430-433] [# 32 in traditional pedigree]

39. ATTILA "The Hun", called "The Scourge", 70th King 437-453 [bro of Bleda, 69th King 433-437], founds Second Hunnish Empire [# 33 in traditional pedigree]

=1 Arykan (Enga); =2 Helche (Kreka); =3 Kriemhilt, sis of the King of the Gepidae; =4 Ildiko, dau of Eskam, called "King of Slavs" or Slavia, i.e., Eastern Europe; =5 Gudrun, a Burgundian princess

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note: the sons of ATTILA quarreled after his death over the chieftainship, during which, Ardaric, the German Gepidae king, rallied the Germans against their Hunnish masters and utterly defeated the Huns at the Battle of Nedao, in 456, after which the remnant of the Huns gathered around the sons and grandsons of ATTILA, creating several groups, of which some remained in Central Europe and mixed with the Germans, while others retreated to Scythia-Minor and mixed with the Uighurs and became the Magyars, Bulgars, etc.; the remaining Huns appear to have settled in Mongolia, centered in today's Wuyuan area, where they were absorbed by the native Mongol population

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note: his sons were:

(a) Scharpfe, mur 453,

(b) Ortelipe, mur 453,

(c) Ellak, 71st King 453-456 [possible father of Aella of Sussex & Alesa of Wessex],

(d) Tuldila, 72nd King 456-457,

(e) Dengizec, 73rd King 457-469 [father of Oulibus, 74th King 469],

(f) Emnetzur

(g) Ultzindur

(h) Sengilac [father of Sunigila (dau), wife of Odovacar, who conquerors Roman Empire Year 476; became 1st barbarian King of Italy 476-493],

(i) Bel-Kermek [father of Djurash "Masgut", father of Tatra, father of Chelbir "Boyan" (d590), father of Tubdjak, King of Bulgars (d605), father of Bu-Yurgan [aka Orphanas] & Alburi Dulo (d632), father of Kubrat, 1st King of Bulgaria 632-651] [note: Atrak, was the brother of Tatra]

(j) Gheism (d512),

(k) Elpfrat,

(l) Tingiz, &

(m) Ernac [Hernakh], 75th King of Huns 469-476

(n) Erpe & (o) Eiti, the twin sons begotten by Gundrun, were mur by their mother who fed their hearts to their father to eat without his knowledge

(p) Csabar [id. with Chaba[r]] & (q) Aladar, the twin sons begotten by Honoria, the Roman princess, who proposed marriage and invited Attila "The Hun" to Rome which was the pretext of his invasion

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note: Ernac, 75th King, see afore, was father of (a) Gordas (Grod), 76th King (d527), (b) Trnik, 78th King (d534), (c) Gorgola , (d) Magor (Mugel), & (e) Gheism

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note: Gordas, 76th King, see afore, was the father of Zelorbes, 77th King 527-XXX, the father of Avarius, 79th King (568), who accepted the former Roman province of Pannonia [Hungary] from the Lombard King Albion, who went on to invade Italy, while Avarius went on to re-conquer Germany, the father of Khagan [Chaganus], 83rd & last King of Huns (593/611), the father by his 1st wife of two sons, who were executed by the Byzantine general Priscus in AD 601, and, by his 2nd wife was the father of Schzar[us], claimant 611, the last Hunnish heir

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note: Magor, one of 75th King Ernac's sons, was father of Khinial (Chola) (Chinial), 80th King, father of Zabergan, 81st King, father of Kadiha, 82nd King, father of Chazew, father of Kurt (619-678), the father of Kulchug, father of Etzel "Koz", father of Vegerus (Vegecus), father of Elendus, father of Avarius, father of Venedobela, father of Ogyek, King of Magyars, father of three sons, (a) Hubas, (b) Lebedia[s], & (c) Almos, the father of Arpad, 1st King of Hungary 896-907

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note: Lebedia[s], was the father of Tohotom, the father of three sons, Elod, And, & Tash

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note: Gheism (d535), was the father of Mundio (d535), one of the generals of the Byzantine Emperor Justinian "The Great"

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40. Acama (dau), who was (39) Attila's daughter (above)

= Ardaric, Gepidae-King of Germania 469-473

41. Elemund (d491)

42. Austrisa (dau)

= Waccho, Lombard-King of Italy, d540

43. Waldrade (dau)

=1 Thedebald, King of France, d555; =2 Clothaire I, King of France; =3 Garibaldo I, Duke of Bavaria; issue of 1st =:

44. Grimoalde, Duke of Aquitaine, d599

= Itite (d612), dau of Severus, a duke

45. Itite (Idoberge) (d652)

= Pepin [I] of Landen, Major Domo of France, d639

46. Begga (Beggule) (d694)

= Ansgise, Major Domo of France, d685

47. Pepin [II] of Heristal, Major Domo of France, d714

= Aupais of Spain [his 2nd =]

48. Charles "Martel" ,Duke of France 737-741

= Rotrude of Treves [his 1st =]

49. Pepin "Le Korte", King of France 751-768

= Bertha of Laon "The White Lady" (d783), niece of Clothaire IV, King of France 718-719

50. CHARLEMAGNE, styled "Roman Emperor" 800-814

51. Pepin [I], King of Italy, d810

= Gondree

52. Bernard, King of Italy, d818

= Kunigunde of Austrasia

53. Pepin [II], King of Italy, Duke of Vermandois, & Seigneur of Peronne & St. Quentin, d842

= Rothaide of Vermandois

54. Heribert I, Count of Vermandois, d902

= Bertha of Morvois

55. Heribert II, Count of Vermandois, d943

= Liegarde [Alice], dau of Robert I, King of France

56. Robert, Count of Troyes, d967/75

= Adelaide de Challons

57. Adelaide (d978/82)

= Geoffrey I, Count of Anjou, d987

58. Ermengarde (d992)

= Conan I "Le Tort", Duke of Bretagne, d994

59. Judith (d1017)

= Richard II "The Good", Duke of Normandy, d1027

60. Robert "The Devil", Duke of Normandy, d1035

= Herleve (Arlotta) of Falaise

61. WILLIAM "THE CONQUEROR", King of England 1066

ancestor of England's kings & queens

from whom descends

81. JAMES I "STUART"

from whom descends

91. GEORGE V "WINDSOR"

92. GEORGE VI ALBERT, bro of EDWARD VIII DAVID

93. ELIZABETH II

94. Charles, Prince of Wales

95A William & 95B Harry [Henry]

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LINE 2A: MONGOLS

01. Tengri, poss. a prince of the Yar-Lun Dynasty of Tibet, established himself at Karakorum, on the River Orkhon, in Mongolia, which became its capital city, and became the first Mongol khan

02. Borte-Tchino

= Maral Qo'ai, a Chinese princess

03. Batachi [Batadji], Khan

04. Tamacha

05. Khorichar

06. A'ujun Boro'ul

07. Sali Khacha'u

08. Yeke Nidon

09. Som-Sochi

10. Kharchu

11. Borjigidai, gave the Borzhigid clan its name

= Mongqoljin, a Chinese princess

12. Torokholjin Bayan

= Borokjin Qo'ai, a Chinese princess

13. Dobun-Mergen

= Alankoa, queen, dau of Khorilartai & Barkhujin Qo'ai, a Chinese princess

14. Boduntsar [Bondontchar-Mungqaq]

15. Qabitchi Bagatur [Bukka]

16. Menen-Tudun [Dutum-Menen] (1030)

= Monulun, a Chinese princess

17. Qatchi-Khaluk [Khachi-Qaluq]

= Nomolun-eye

18. Qaidu [Khaidu] Khan

19. Baisankor [Shingkor Dokshin]

20. Tuminai Khan [Tumbaghai] [Tumbinai-Setchen]

issue:

(a) Qabul Khan

(b) Tshaksu

(c) Batkulki

(d) Tshintai Utsuken

(e) Kadjuli, ancestor of Tamerlane & the chiefs/kings of the Tartars (below)

21. Qabul Khan [Kabal; Kabul], Khan of Mongols 1130-1147

= Goa Kulkua, dau of Qonqirat

22. Bartan Bahadur, his bro was Qutuka [Kubilah], Khan of Mongols ?-1161

= Maral Khayak

23. Yesukei [Yssugai Behadur] (d1175/6)

= Hoeluen [Yulum-Eke] of the Merkit clan

24. GENGHIS KHAN [Temudjin], "High-King" [= "Khan"] of the Mongols 1206-1227

= Borte [Borke] Ujin

[note: the male-line of Genghis Khan ended in the main-line on the death of Lindan Khan, last "great-king" of Mongols 1605-1634, whose daughter, [name], married a prince of Bagration-Moukhranski, and was the ancestress of George, Prince of Bagration-Moukhranski, whose daughter, Leonide, married Vladimir Romanov, Prince of Russia (d1992), the parents of Maria (born 1953), the Romanov heiress; she, by a Hohenzollern prince, has a son, George]

25. Juchi [Djouchi] (d1224)

= Oki Fujin Khatun Qonqi

26. Batu, 5th "Great-King" 1248-51 & 1st Khan of the "Golden Horde" 1227-1256

= Boruqtshin-Khatun, regent 1256-58

27. Toqoqan [Tutukan], bro of Sartaq & Ulaghchi

= dau of Burka-Timur

28. Mongke Temur, Khan of the "Golden Horde" 1266-1280, bro of (a) Tode Mongke, Khan 1280-87 abd, & (b) Bartu, the father of Tole Buqe, Khan 1287-1291

= Oljei Khatun, dau of Saljidai Koregen Qonqirat & Kelmish-Aqa Khatun

29. dau, bapt. Anna, her bros were: (a) Tokhtu [Toktagu], Khan 1291-1313; (b) Toghrul [father of Uzbek, Khan 1313-1341]; & (c) Tihomir, Voivode of Wallachia, see

= Fedor "The Saint" Rostislavitsj, Duke of Smolensk, d1299

30. dau, bapt. Anna

= Aleksandr Gljebovits, Duke of Smolensk (d1313), son of Gleb, Duke of Smolensk (d1278), & wife, dau or niece of Mongke Temur, Khan [# 28 above]

31. Ivan, Duke of Smolensk, d1359

32. Sviatoslav, Duke of Smolensk, d1386

= Alexandrovna, dau of Alexander II, Grand-Duke of Moscow 1326-27

33. Agrippina (d1402)

= Ivan Holczanski

34. Andrei Holczanski (d1418)

= X

35. Sophie (d1461)

= Vladislav II Jagello, King of Poland, d1434 [his 4th =]

36. Casimir IV, King of Poland, d1492

= Elzbieta, dau of Albert V of Austria

37. Zigmund, King of Poland, d1548

= Barbara Zapolya

38. Hedwig

= Joachin II, Duke of Brandenburg, d1571 [his 2nd =]

39. Hedwig

= Julles, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel, d1589

40. Henry-Julles, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel, d1613

= Elizabeth, dau of Frederick II, King of Denmark

41. Elizabeth (d1650)

= John-Philip, Duke of Saxe-Altenburg, d1639

42. Elizabeth-Sophie (d1680)

= Ernest, Duke of Saxe-Coburg, d1675

43. Frederick I, Duke of Saxe-Gotha

= Magdalene-Sibylle, dau of Augustus of Saxe-Weissenfels

44. Frederick II, Duke of Saxe-Gotha

= Magdalene-Augusta, dau of Karl-Wilhelm of Anhalt-Zerbst

45. Augusta (d1772)

= Frederick-Lewis, Prince of Wales, d1751

46. George III, King of Britain

etc.

descent to Queen Elizabeth II

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LINE 2B:

24. GENGHIS KHAN [Temujin], "High-King" [= "Khan"] of the Mongols 1206-1227

= Borte [Borke] Ujin

25. Juchi [Djouchi] (d1224)

= Oki Fujin Khatun Qonqi

26. Batu, 5th "Great-King" 1248-51 & 1st Khan of the "Golden Horde" 1227-1256

= Boruqtshin-Khatun, regent 1256-58

27. Toqoqan [Tutukan], bro of Sartaq & Ulaghchi

= dau of Burka-Timur

28. Mongke Temur, Khan of the "Golden Horde" 1266-1280 [bro of (a) Tode Mongke, Khan 1280-87 abd, & (b) Bartu, the father of Tole Buqe, Khan 1287-1291]

= Oljei Khatun, dau of Saljidai Koregen Qonqirat & Kelmish-Aqa Khatun

29. Tihomir [Toktemir], Voivode of Wallachia 1290-1310, his bros were: (a) Tokhtu [Toktagu], Khan of Mongols 1291-1313; (b) Toghrul [father of Uzbek, Khan of Mongols 1313-1341]

= dau of Barbat, Voivode of Wallachia 1273-1290

30. Basarab "The Great", Voivode of Wallachia 1310-1338/52

= dau of Radu-Negru

31. Nicolae-Alexandru, Voivode of Wallachia 1338/52-1364

= dau of Vlaicu Lackfy of Transylvania

32. Elizaveta (d1367)

= Wladyslaw, Duke of Oppeln (d1401)

33. Katherine (d1420)

= Henry, Duke of Sagan (d1397)

34. John I, Duke of Sagan (d1439)

= Scholastica of Saxony

35. Anne (d1437)

= Albert VIII, Count of Lindau (d1460)

36. Anne (d1313)

= George I, Duke of Anhalt-Zerbst (d1474)

37. Ernest, Duke of Anhalt-Zerbst (d1516)

= Margaret of Muensterburg

38. John II, Duke of Anhalt-Zerbst (d1551)

= Margaret of Brandenburg

39. Joachim-Ernest, prince (d1586)

= Agnes of Barby

40. Elizabeth (d1607)

= John-George I, Elector of Brandenburg (d1598)

41. Magdalene (d1616)

= Ludwig V, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt (d1626)

42. Anne-Eleanore

= George, Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg-Kalenberg (d1641)

43. Ernest-Augustus, Elector of Hanover (d1698)

= Sophia, Princess-Palatine, the British heiress (d1714)

44. George I Louis, King of Britain, etc.

etc.

desc to Queen Elizabeth

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LINE 2C:

24. GENGHIS KHAN [Temujin], "High-King" [= "Khan"] of the Mongols 1206-1227

= Borte [Borke] Ujin

25. Juchi [Djouchi] (d1224)

= Oki Fujin Khatun Qonqi

26. Batu, 5th "Great-King" 1248-51 & 1st Khan of the "Golden Horde" 1227-1256

= Boruqtshin-Khatun, regent 1256-58

27. Toqoqan [Tutukan], bro of Sartaq & Ulaghchi

= dau of Burka-Timur

28. Mongke Temur, Khan of the "Golden Horde" 1266-1280 [bro of (a) Tode Mongke, Khan 1280-87 abd, & (b) Bartu, the father of Tole Buqe, Khan 1287-1291]

= Oljei Khatun, dau of Saljidai Koregen Qonqirat & Kelmish-Aqa Khatun

29. Tokhtu [Toktagu], Khan of Mongols 1291-1313; his bros were: Toghrul [father of Uzbek, Khan of Mongols 1313-1341] & Tihomir [Toktemir], Voivode of Wallachia 1290-1310

30. dau, bapt. Marie

=Narimont-Gleb Gedyminovitch, a Lithuanian prince (d1343/8)

31. Patrikej Glebovitch

32. Alexander, Duke of Podolia (d1385)

33. Patrikej, Duke of Starodub (d1383/7)

= Yelena

issue:

34a. Alexander Korecki (d1433), had a bro, (34b) Yuri (d1438), ancestor of the Galitzine Family

35. Vasily Korecki

36. Ivan Korecki

37. Fedor Korecki

38. Bohusz Korecki

39. Jochim Korecki

= Anna Chookiewicz

(40) Katrina Korecki

= Gregor Sulyok

41. Sara Sulyok

= Istvan Kuun

42. Istvan Kuun de Osdola

= Ilona Bassa de Zabola

43. Mikols Kuun de Osdola

= Christina Racz de Galgo

44. Catherine

= Caspar Kendeffy de Malomviz

45. Agnes

= George Inczedy de Nagy-Varad

46. Gregor, Baron Inczedy de Nagy-Varad

= Caroline Barcsay

47. Agnes

= Laszlo Rhedey de Kis-Rhede

48. Claudine

= Alexander, Duke of Wurtemmberg

49. Francis, Duke of Teck

= Mary-Adelaide

50. MARY

= GEORGE V, King of Britain, etc.

51. GEORGE VI ALBERT

52. ELIZABETH II

53. Charles, Prince of Wales

54A William & 54B Harry [Henry]

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LINE 2D:

29. Tokhtu [Toktagu], Khan of Mongols 1291-1313 (above); his bros were: Toghrul [father of Uzbek, Khan of Mongols 1313-1341] & Tihomir [Toktemir], Voivode of Wallachia 1290-1310

30. dau, bapt. Marie

=Narimont-Gleb Gedyminovitch, a Lithuanian prince (d1343/8)

31. Patrikej Glebovitch

32. Alexander, Duke of Podolia (d1385)

33. Patrikej, Duke of Starodub (d1383/7)

= Yelena

34b. Yuri (d1438), bro of (34a) Alexander Korecki (d1433)

= Anna, dau of Dmitri "Donskoy", GD of Moscow

35. Vasily Patrikeev, a boyar (d1450)

= Maria

36. Ivan "Bulgak" (d1498)

= Ksenia, dau of Ivan Zabolotski

37. Mikhail Bulgakov "Galitsa" (d1554)

38. Yuri, Prince Galtizine

39. Ivan, Prince Galtizine

40. Andrei Galtizine

41. Andrei Galtizine

42. Alexie Galtizine

43. Boris Galtizine

44. Alexei Galtizine

45. Marie

= Vasily, Count Saltykov

46. Sergei Saltykov, the paramour of

= Catherine II "The Great", Empress of Russia 1762-1796

wife of (46)/(45) Peter III, Czar (below)

47? Paul, Czar 1796-1801; parentage is debatable

= Marie [Sophie] of Wurttemberg

47. Nicholas I, Czar 1825-1855

= Charlotte of Prussia

48. Constantine (d1892), bro of

= Alexandra of Saxe-Altenburg

49. Olga, Grand-Duchess (d1926)

= George I, King of Greece

50. Andrew, Prince of Greece

= Alice Mountbatten, sister of Louis, Lord Mountbatten

51. Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

= ELIZABETH II, QUEEN

52. Charles, Prince of Wales

= Diana Spencer [1st wife]

53a. William & 53b. Harry [Henry]

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LINE 2E:

24. GENGHIS KHAN [Temujin], "High-King" [= "Khan"] of the Mongols 1206-1227

= Borte [Borke] Ujin

25. Juchi [Djouchi] (d1224)

= Oki Fujin Khatun Qonqi

26. Teval, Khan of Siberia 1224-?

27. Tatar, Khan of Siberia ?-1259

28. Nogai, Khan of Siberia 1259-1299

29. Chuqi [Tshuke], Khan 1299-1300, bro of Turai [Buri], Khan 1300-1, &, bro of Zekireh Nogai, ancestor of the medieval Siberian khans

30. Qara-Qichiq

31. Mamay

= dau of Berdi Beg, Khan of Golden Horde 1357-1359

32. Mansur Kiyat

33. Lekhsada, bapt. Aleksander, "1st" Prince Glinsky

34. Ivan Glinsky

35. Boris Glinsky (d1457)

36. Lev Glinsky (d1485)

= dau of Esman Raievsky

issue:

(a) Ivan

(b) Vasily Glinsky

(c) Mikhail Glinsky, father of Vasily Glinsky, father of ? Militsa (dau), wife of

37. Vasily Glinsky

= Anna, dau of Stefan "Jaksic", Despot of Serbia (d1489), son of Jaksha, Despot of Serbia (d1453)

issue:

(a) Yury (d1547)

(b) Mikhail (d1559)

(c) Elena (dau)

38. Elena (dau), Queen-Regent of Russia 1533-1538, wife of

= Basil III, Czar of Russia 1505-1533

39. Ivan IV "The Terrible", Czar of Russia 1533-1584

= Mayvi, mistress

40. Marfa "The Nun" (dau), via liaison with

= Fedor Romanov, a.k.a. Filaret, Bishop of Moscow (d1633) [note: his wife, Xenia Shastunov [not "Shestov"], who was Czar Mikhail's step-mother, descended from Fedor "The Saint", Duke of Smolensk, who was a Rurikid prince, &, his Mongol wife, bapt. Anna, dau of Mongke, Mongol Khan]

41. Mikhail [III], Czar of Russia 1613-1645 (nat. son)

= Eudoxia Streshniev

42. Aleksei (Alexei), Czar 1645-1676

= Natalia Narishkin

43. Peter I "The Great", Czar 1689-1725

= Catherine I [Martha Rabe Skavronsky], Empress 1725-27

44. Anne (d1728)

= Karl-Frederick, Duke of Holstein-Gottorp (d1739)

45. Peter III, Czar 1762

= Catherine II "The Great", Empress 1762-1796

[note: she wrote in her diary that Sergei Saltykov (above) was the natural father of Czar Paul]

46? Paul, Czar 1796-1801, parentage is debatable

= Marie [Sophie] of Wurttemberg

47. Nicholas I, Czar 1825-1855

= Charlotte of Prussia

48. Constantine (d1892), bro of

= Alexandra of Saxe-Altenburg

49. Olga, Grand-Duchess (d1926)

= George I, King of Greece

50. Andrew, Prince of Greece

= Alice Mountbatten, sister of Louis, Lord Mountbatten

51. Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

= ELIZABETH II, QUEEN

52. Charles, Prince of Wales

= Diana Spencer [1st wife]

53a. William & 53b. Harry [Henry]

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LINE 3: TARTARS/or TATARS

see MONGOLS (above) for ancestry

20. Tuminai, Mongol Khan

[note: the Mongols split-up into several groups after his death, whose sons struggle among themselves for preeminence]

issue:

(21a) Kabulu, father of (22b) Bartan Behadur [bro of (22a) Kubilah, Mongol Khan], father of (23) Yesukei-Behadur, father of (24) Temudjin, a.k.a. GENGHIS KHAN

(21b) Kadjuli [Qachuir]

(21x) seven others

21. Kadjuli [Qachuir], "1st" Tartar Khan; the prince & leader of a Mongol group which split-off from the mother-horde to form its own tribe, the Tartars/or Tatars

22. Erumdji Berulas [Erdemchu Barula], Tartar Khan, eponymous ancestor of the Berlas, the Tartar royal clan

23. Sughujtshi [Suqu Sechen], Tartar Khan

24. Karadjar [Qarachar] [Shu'Be], Tartar Khan

25. Idjil [Ichil], Tartar Khan

26. Aylangir [Iltiguiz], Tartar Khan

27. Birgili Nuyan, Tartar Khan, bro of Mirza "Chett" (1325), the ancestor of BORIS GUDUNOV & his family

28. Taraghai Nuyan, Tartar Khan, &, governor/khan of the province of Transoxane in the Mongol empire (1350)

=1 Qadaq Khatun, dau of Changshi, Khan of Transoxane; =2 Taqine Khatun, dau of ...

29/01. Timur "The Lame", a.k.a. TAMERLANE, Tartar Khan, governor/khan of Transoxane (b 1336) 1370-1405; conquered Afghanistan, Iraq [Mesopotamia], & Iran; founded an empire & a dynasty, the Timurids

=1 Agha Turmush Khan, dau of 'Adil Sultan Khan; =2 Uljay Tarkan, dau of Amir Musla Qaraunas; =3 Saray Malik Khanum, dau of Qazan Sultan Khan Chaghatay; = others, many secondary wives

issue by 1:

(02a) Jahangir (d1375/6), father of (03a) Mohammed "Major" (d1403) [father of (04) Qaydu (d1418)] & (03b) Mohammed "Minor", father of three sons, namely: (04a) Sa'd al-Waqqas [Sad-i-Wekat] (d1418), (04b) Yahya, & (04c) Jahangir (d1433), father of (05A) Khalil [the father of (06) Omar] & (05B) [name]

(02b) Omar Shaykh (d1394)

issue [three sons]:

(1)/(03a) Mohammed (d1409), father of (04) Omar Shaykh (d1429), father of (05) Mohammed, father of (06) Bikijan Agha

(2)/(03b) Rustam (d1424/5), father of (04a) Osman (d1424/5) [father of (05) Mirza Aba, father of (06) see ] & (04b) Ali (d1423), father of (05) Husayn, father of (06) Muzaffar, father of (07) Ruqaye

(3)/(03c) Baykara (d1423), father of (04) Ghiyath-al-din Mansur, father of (05) Husayn Abu-l-Ghazi [Baykara], governor of Khorasan (1470-1506), father of (06) Badi-Al-Zaman, Khan 1506-7 (d1517), father of Zaman (d1539), father of (07) Begum, wife of ...

issue by 2:

(02c) MiranShah [Jala-al-din], Khan

see below

issue by 3:

(02d) Shah-Rokh Shah, Khan 1409-1447, the father of three sons,

namely:

(1)/(03a) Ulugh Beg [Ala' al-Daula], Khan 1447-1449 mur, father of (04) Abd-al-latif, Khan 1449-1450, father of (05a) Djuki (d1463) & (05b) Ahmad (d1457), father of (06) Nizam-adin (d1457) [note: the sister of (04a) Abd-al-latif, namely, (04b) Rabiya Sultan Begum, was the wife of Abu al-Khayr Khan Uzbak Jochi]

(2)/(03b) Ibrahim Sultan (d1435), father of (04) Abdallah Mirza, Khan 1450-1, father of (05) Bakht Begum (dau), wife of ...

(3)/(03c) Aysunkr Vezir [Baysonqer] (d1433/4)

issue:

(04a) Babur, Khan 1449-57, father of (05) Mahmud, Khan 1457-9

(04b) Ala-al-Dawle (d1449), father of (05a) Ibrahim (d1458/9) & (05b) Ruqiyya (dau), wife of ...; &, note (05a) Ibrahim (before) was the father of (06) Afaq Aghache (dau), wife of Sultan Abu-Sa'id [cousin]

(04c) Mohammed, father of Yadighar, Khan 1469-70

[note: the dau of (02d) Shah-Rokh Shah, namely, (03d) Suyurghatmish, was wife of Kabul Sultan Khan, &, mother of (04) Mas'ud, father of (05) Ferghanah, father of (06) Ali Asghar, father of (07) Ruqiyya (dau), wife of ]

02. MiranShah [Jala-al-din], Khan 1405-1407

issue [five sons]:

(1)/(03a) Khalil Sultan, Khan of Transoxane, &

(2)/(03b) Mohammed, Emir of Kandahar, father of (04) Abu Sa'id, Khan

(3)/(03c) Aba-Bakr (d1408), father of (04) Aylangir (d1415)

(4)/(03d) Ayyala, Emir of Iraq

(5)/(03e) Omar, Emir of Azerbaijan, father of (04) Fulan (dau), wife of Mempret Muzakini of Albania, the parents of (05) Maria Muzakini (dau), wife of George Arianiti, the parents of (06) Angelina (dau), wife of Stefan of Serbia (d1476/7) [the bro of Lazar III & Grugur of Serbia] (below)

03b. Mohammed, son, bro of (03a) Khalil Sultan, Khan 1407-1409, &, father of (04) Abu Sa'id, Khan

04. Abu Sa'id, Khan 1451-1467

issue:

(1)/(05a) Ahmad, Khan 1469-94

(2)/(05b) Mahmud, Khan 1494-5, father of (06a) Aysunkr [Baysonqur], Khan 1495-7 dep (d1499), & (06b) Ali, Khan 1498-1500, father of (07) dau, wife of X

(3)/(05c) Omar Shaykh, who, by wife, Kutluq Nigar, dau of Yunus, Mongol Khan, was the father of (06) BABAR, Khan 1497-8 & 1500-1 (d1530), conquered India & was its "1st" Moghul Emperor of India; ancestor of India's Moghul Dynasty [note: the sister of Babar, namely, Ruqiya Begum, married firstly to Abd-al-latif, Sultan Uzbek Jochi, &, married secondly to Janibeg, Sultan Uzbek Jochi, &, had issue]

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01. TAMERLANE, Tartar Khan, governor/khan of Transoxanie (b 1336) 1370-1405 (above)

= many wives

02. MiranShah [Jalaal-ud-din], Khan/Emir 1405-1409

=3 Urun Sultan Khanike, dau of Ogeday Khan

03. Omar, Emir of Azerbaijan 1417-1423/33

=2 La'l Bi Tuqmaq, dau of Ibrahim Derbendi, King of Azerbaijan 1382-1417

04. Fulan (dau), by 2nd wife

= Mempret Muzakini, a noble of Albania

05. Maria Muzakini (1465)

= George Arianiti, an Albanian noble

06. Angelina (d1509)

= Stefan of Serbia, despot 1458-9 (d1476/7), bro of Lazar III & Grugur

07. Iovan (d1502), bro of Durad II

= Helene, dau of Istvan II Jaksic of Montenegro

08. Marie

= Ferdinand de Frangepan, Count of Veglia (d1527)

09. Catherine [Katalin] (d1561)

= Miklos V Subic, Count Zrinski, Ban of Croatia 1542-56, d1566

10. Catherine [Katalin] (d1585)

= Ferenc Thurzo, Bishop/Count of Nyitra, d1574/6

11. Anna

= George Perenyi de Nagy-Ida, d 1597

12. George [Jr], Baron Perenyi, d1630

13. Imre, Baron Perenyi, d1651

14. Catherine

= Simon, bro of John Kemeny, Voivode of Transylvania

15. Simon, Baron Kemeny de Magyar-Gyero-Monostor (alive 1704)

16. Christine

= Balthazar, Baron Banffy de Losoncz

17. Theresa

= Mihaly, Count Rhedey de Kis-Rhede, d1791

18. Laszlo, Count Rhedey de Kis-Rhede, d1805

= Agnes Inczedy de Nagy-Varad

19. Claudine (d1841)

= Alexander of Wurttemberg (d1885)

20. Francis, Duke of Teck, d1900

= Mary Adelaide (d1897), dau of Adolphus-Frederick, Duke of Cambridge, son of King George III

21. Mary of Teck

= George V, King of Britain, etc.

22. George VI Albert, King of Britain

= Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon

23. ELIZABETH II, Queen of Britain, etc.

= Philip, Prince of Greece

24. Charles, Prince of Wales

= Diana Spencer

25A&25B William & Harry [Henry]

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