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The four sons of King George V (Prince George, Duke of Kent; Edward, Duke of Windsor; King George VI; Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester)

Sons of King George V and Queen Mary: Prince George, Duke of Kent; Prince Edward, Prince of Wales; Prince Albert, Duke of York; Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester

King George And Queen Mary | King George V. und Queen Mary of Britain with Edward Prince of Wales ...

The Prince of Wales (the future King George VI, father of HM Queen Elizabeth II) with his mother and father, Queen Mary and King George V of the United Kingdom.

The house of Wessex of which the british royal line is decendened Cedric is the farthest back European monarch any royal can trace their roots

House of Wessex Family Tree. Cynric, King of Wessex, son of Cerdic, was King from During his reign it is said that he captured Old Sarum and that in 556 he and his son Ceawlin won a battle against the Britons at Beranburh (Barbury Castle).

Lancaster Family Tree

Wars of the Roses: House of Lancaster [Genealogical Chart and Overview of this line of English Kings]

Today, Sept 9, 2015, Queen Elizabeth II surpassed Queen Victoria as the longest-serving monarch in British history.

How Do Britain's Two Longest-Reigning Monarchs Compare?

Today, Sept Queen Elizabeth II surpassed Queen Victoria as the longest-serving monarch in British history. My homegirls right here.

House of Windsor family tree

The Royal House of Windsor is the current royal dynasty in Great Britain. Copy or print my updated family tree and read about the royal members of the tree

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german monarch family tree~ Would you like to know your family tree? "House of History, LLC." (not that there's any German monarchs in my tree - but thought this pin interesting nonetheless!

King George the V

TIL: The English Royal family changed its name from "Saxe-Coburg and Gotha" to the English Windsor in 1917 because of anti-German sentiment in the British Empire during World War I.