= British Royal Family
||My interest in European Royalty started about 25 years or so ago when I became intrigued with the inter-marriages between Queen Victoria's descendants and other European Royal Families.
I started off with one large genealogical table using a simple word processor, gradually moving across to a combination of Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel.
I then tried my hand at my own Web Editing about 10 years ago and found that I could provide hyper-links between various parts of my Web Page. This was the stimulus I needed to start my Monarchies of Europe Web Site. The original genealogical table was too large to produce as one Web Page, so I took the plunge and started to produce separate Web Pages for individual Royal Families
I have produced separate genealogical tables and hence corresponding number of Web Pages for most of the main European Royal Families (47 to date) and update or add to them on a regular basis. Visitors to my site can readily click between the pages for any inter-marriage. The genealogical tables are very comprehensive and I believe they include all the descendants of Queen Victoria.
Wherever possible I have traced the lineage via the male line of the family, one of the notable exceptions being the descendants of Prince Phillip of Greece (Duke of Edinburgh) which are traced via Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain II of Great Britain.
It is not my intention to duplicate the details shown in a number of other excellent Web Sites.
I have decided to only include the year details for births and deaths, and to omit dates of marriages all together.
The system I have adopted for identifying each individual is based on the following numbering system i.e.
1.1111111 up to 47.9999999
The initial one or two digits before the decimal point "." represents the particular Royal House i.e.
1 = British Royal Family,
2 = Danish Royal Family etc up to
47 = Austrian (Modena Line) Royal Family.
The numbers which follow after the decimal point "." is based on a variation to the "Henry" numbering system and is a way of identifying descendants. The first number (or exceptionally letter) refers to the first generation children in the Royal family, the second number (or exceptionally letter) refers to the second generation and so on. 1 denotes the first born, 2 denotes the second born, the corresponding alphabetic letters are used for 10 th born onwards (i.e J for the tenth born, K for the eleventh born etc)
I am indebted for the information gleaned from Hein Bruins and Paul Theroff Web Pages which I found invaluable in the initial preparation of my Web Site.
My special thanks to Arnaud Bunel who kindly gave me permission to use the various coats-of-arms from his excellent Heraldry Web Site.
You can search all my Monarchies of Europe Web Pages by using the search facility at the bottom of this page.
*** The information on my Monarchies of Europe Web Pages is being added to on a daily basis and as a consequence there may be occasion when there are errors on the hyper-links or gaps in the details for some individuals. ***
|2 = Danish Royal Family|
|3 = Swedish Royal Family|
|4 = Russian Royal Family|
|5 = Hesse and by Rhine (Darmstadt) Royal Family|
|6 = Roumanian (Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen) Royal Family|
|7 = Yugoslavian Royal Family|
|8 = Italian Royal Family|
|9 = Dutch (Netherlands) Royal Family|
|10 = Spanish Royal Family|
|11 = Prussian (German) Royal Family|
|12 = Portuguese Royal Family|
|13 = French Royal Family|
|14 = Belgian Royal Family|
|15 = Norwegian Royal Family|
|16 = Greek Royal Family|
|17 = Bulgarian Royal Family|
|18 = Bavarian Royal Family|
|19 = Austrian Royal Family|
|20 = Austrian (Tuscany Line) Royal Family|
|21 = Austrian (Hungarian Line) Royal Family|
|22 = Württemberg Royal Family|
|23 = Mecklenburg-Schwerin Royal Family|
|24 = Mecklenburg-Strelitz Royal Family|
|25 = Hanover Royal Family|
|26 = Saxony Royal Family|
|27 = Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach Royal Family|
|28 = Saxe-Coburg and Gotha Royal Family|
|29 = Saxe-Meiningen Royal Family|
|30 = Saxe-Altenburg Royal Family|
|31 = Oldenburg Royal Family|
|32 = Baden Royal Family|
|33 = Nassau-Weilburg Royal Family|
|34 = Luxemburg Royal Family|
|35 = Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg Royal Family|
|36 = Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg Royal Family|
|37 = Bourbon-Two Sicilies Royal Family|
|38 = Bourbon-Parma Royal Family|
|39 = Leiningen Royal Family|
|40 = Montenegro Royal Family|
|41 = Liechtenstein Royal Family|
|42 = Waldeck and Pyrmont Royal Family|
|43 = Schaumburg-Lippe Royal Family|
|44 = Austrian (Teschen Line) Royal Family|
|45 = Hesse-Cassel Royal Family|
|46 = Monaco Royal Family|
|47 = Austrian (Modena Line) Royal Family|
|50 = Demidoff de San Donato Princely Family|
|Minor Monarchies of Europe|
|Descendants of Queen Victoria - Statistics|
|Descendants of Queen Victoria - My Version|
|Relationships Between Queen Victoria's Descendants and Other European Royal Houses|
|Intermarriages between Descendants of Queen Victoria|
|Haemophilia in Queen Victoria's Descendants - My Version|
|Adopted descendants (and also their own descendants) of Queen Victoria|
|Henri van Oene's - The Genealogy of the Royal Family of Great Britain (includes descendants of Queen Victoria)|
|Paul Theroff - GREAT BRITAIN (includes descendants of Queen Victoria)|
|Glenn A. Steinberg - Descendants of Queen Victoria of Great Britain and Ireland, 1840-1945|
|Overview of Queen Victoria's Descendants|
|Grandchildren of Queen Victoria and Surviving Great-Grandchildren of Queen Victoria by Theodore Harvey|
|Line of succession to the British Throne (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.)|
|The Life & Issue of Queen Victoria by Ilana Miller|
|The Fate of the Romanovs in 1918/1919|
|The German Kingdom (including Principalities and Duchies)|
|Formerly-reigning monarchs and present-day claimants in Europe|
|Other Web Sites That Link to my Monarchies of Europe Site|
|Sources of Information|