Kingdoms of Spain

Rulers and genealogies for Spanish areas



The Spanish area - south of the Pyrenees has been divided into several kingdoms, some of which had again been united for later again to be separated. The following genealogies are numbered in the following groups:

Asturias' early princes - kings from c. 700 - 1037 - numbered X01 and up;
Aragon - kings from 1035-1516 - numbered A01 and up;
Barcelona - counts from 873-1196 - numbered B01 and up;
Majorca - kings from 1230-1343 - numbered M01 and up;
Navarre - kings from 810 to 1589 - numbered N01 and up;
Castile , Castile-Leon - kings from 1035-1516 - numbered 001 to 025;
Spain - the Habsburgs and Bourbons - from 1516 and forward - numbered 026 and up.



The Kingdom of Asturias covered the NW part of the Iberian peninsula. It included the area of Galicia from 739. It was a kingdom until its unison with Leon from 925 - connection had been established already from 855.

Pamplona is the area S of the Pyrenees around the innnermost part of the Bay of Biscay. It was partly connected with Asturias and became part of Asturias-Leon.

The kingdom of Leon was founded 910 and united with the Asturian kingdom from 925.

The kingdom of Navarre was situated S of the Pyrenees and included the Pamplona area. It was hereditarily split up between sons and was after some family connection with France finally united with Castile in 1512.

In 1035 the kingdom of Castile and the kingdom of Aragon are founded.

Aragon was situated S of the Pyrenees but did not reach the sea at either side. From 1162 - through marriage - the area Catalonia along the Mediterranean coast was united with Aragon. From 1479 the unison with Castile definite. Barcelona was part of Catalonia. The Catalonian kings conquered the Balearic Islands, Sicily and Sardinia.

Castile was united with Leon / Asturias in 1037. In 1065 the country was again divided for a time. However, finally it was united with Leon in 1230. From 1512 Navarre was also included in the kingsom.

The kingdoms of Castile and Aragon were united in 1479 and in 1492 the last Muslim bit was conquered and - except for Portugal - Spain now covered the whole Iberian peninsula.

From 1580 to 1640 Portugal is part of the Spanish monarchy.



Abbreviations used in the lists:
b = brother of, d = daughter of, m = married to (year), s = son of, gs = grandson of,
ggs = great grandson; † = died; ‡ = buried.

Asturias' Early Kings and Princes from c. 700 - 1037

Asturias is situated along the coast of Bay of Biscay and East of Gallicia. It was an independent area until 10th century (925) when it was united with Leon and later followed the fate of Leon when it was united with Castile.

                
No. Born Ruled King's name and relations
Queen's name and relations
X01 - 718-737 Pelayo = Pelagius;
Grandfather was Visigothic King Chendasvinth = Chintasvintus † 652;
Father was Duke Favila of Cantabria (by Santander);
King of Asturias from ca.718;

1.   Fafila (X02);
2.   Ermesinda; m Alfons I (X03);
X02 - 737-739 Fafila = Favila;
s(X01);

Frueleuba;
X02A - - Peter of Cantabria;
A descendant of the Visigothic King Recared I the Catholic † 601;

1.   Alfonso I (X03);
2.   Froila; who got (X05) and maybe (X08);
3.   Son ---; who got (X08) if the father was not Froila;
X03 - 739-757 Alfonso I;
Father was Duke Peter of Cantabria a relative of Visigothic King Recared I the Catholic † 601;
King of Asturias and Galicia;

Ermesinda; d(X01);
1.   Fruela (X04);
2.   Bimaran, murdered by Froila 768;
3.   Adosinda; m King Silo (X06);
4.   Mauregatus (X07);
X04 - 757-768 Fruela I;
s(X03); † 770, murdered;
King of Asturias from 757;

Nuncia of Vasconia;
children :
1.   Alfons II (X09);
2.   Semena; m Count Sanctio; they got: a) Bernhard Carpensis;
X05 - 768-774 Aurelius;
bs(X03);
King of Asturias and Galicia from 768;
no children ;
X06 - 774-783 Silo;
Unknown pedigree; † 783;
King of Asturias from 774;

Adosinda; d (X03);
X07 - 783-788 Mauregatus = Mauregato;
s(X03) illegitimate son; † 788 / 790;
King of Asturias from 783;
no children ;
X08 740 c. 788-791 Vermudo I = Bermudes I Diaconus;
b(X05) s(X04); * c. 740; abdicated 791; † 797;
King of Asturias from 788;

Ursinda Munilona; * c. 740;
child :
1.   Ramiro I (X10);
X09 - 791-835 Alfonso II = Alfons the Chaste;
s(X04);
He was co-ruler with King Silo from 783; but was disposed of by King Mauregatus;
King of Asturias from 791;
Deposed and imprisoned 798; restablished again and abdicated 835;
X10 - 835-850 Ramiro I;
s(X08); † 850;
King of Asturias from 835 or 842;
King of Galicia and Leon;

Paterna Catile; * c. 790;
1.   Ordoņo (X11);
X11 830 850-866 Ordoņo I Astrurias = Ordogno I Folkets fader = ;
s(X10); * 830 c.; † 27/5 866;
King of Asturias from 850;

Nuna; * c. 830;
child :
1.   Alfonso III (X12);
X12 848 866-910 Alfonso III = Alfonso the Great;
s(X11); * c. 848; † 20/12 910;
King of Asturias from 866;

Jimena Garces = Ximenes Garces; * c. 850; † 912; m(1) c. 870; d Garcia I Iņiguez of Pamplona (N02);
children :
1.   Garcias I (X13);
2.   Ordoņo II (X14);
3.   Fruela II (X15);
4.   Gonzales Archdeacon in Oviedo;
X13 - 910-914 Garcia I;
s(X12); † 914;
King of Asturias from 910;

Daughter of Count Nunno Fernandez of Castile;
X14 873 910-925 Ordoņo II = Ordogno II;
s(X12); * c 873; † 3/1 923 / 924 / 925;
King of Asturias - Galicia from 910;
King of Leon from 914;

Nunja Elvira Menendez; * c. 875 in Portugal, † Oct. 921; m(1) 890-900; d Count Hermengildo and Hermesenda Gatonez;
children :
1.   Sancho Ordonez; * 895 c.; † 929; m 925 c. Goto;
2.   Alfonso IV (X16);
3.   Ramiro II (X17);
4.   Garcia; † 934 c.; mother not stated;
5.   Jimena; † 935 c.; mother not stated;

Aragonta of Galicia; m(2) 922; divorced 922; d Count Gonzalo Betotez and Teresa Eriz;

Sancha; † Dec. 959; m(3) 923; d King Garcias I of Navarre (N05);
X15 875 c. 910-925 Fruela II = Froila II den Grusomme = Froila the Cruel;
s(X12); † early summer 925;
King of Asturias from 924;
King of Galicia & Leon from 925;

Nomilia Ximenes = Nunilo Jimena; m(1) 911; d Jimeno II of Pamplona;
children :
1.   Alfonso Froilaz;
2.   Ordoņo;
3.   Ramiro;
All three sons imprisoned and blinded during a revolt against Ramiro (X17);
Another source says that Alfonso Froilaz became king after his father, but he was deposed of by Alfonso IV and Ramiro II (X16 + X17);
Urraca; m(2); 917; d Governor Banu Qasi of Tudela;
Son no. 3, Ramiro, may be by Urraca;
X16 899 c. 925-931 Alfonso IV the Monk = Alfonso el Monje;
s(X14); * 899 c.; † Aug. 933;
King of Asturias and Leon from 925;

King of Galicia from 929;
Abdicated 931 to his brother, Ramiro II (X17); returned a year later, was defeated and blinded;
Died in a monastery;

Oneca of Navarre; † after June 931; m 923;
child :
1.   Ordoņo IV (X20);
2.   Alfonso; died in infancy;
X17 900 c. 931-951 Ramiro II;
s(X14); † 951;
King of Galicia, Asturias and Leon from 931;
Ramiro II made the coalition between Aragon, Navarre and Leon which later defeated the Muslim realm;

Adosinda; m(1) 925; d Guttiere Osorez by Ildoncia Gutierrez;
children :
1.   Vermudo; * 930 c.; † after 941;
2.   Teresa; m King Garcías I of Navarre (N05);
3.   Ordoņo III (X18);

Urraca of Navarre; † 23/6 956; m(2) 932 c.;
children :
4.   Sancho I (X19);
5.   Elvira, † 986 c.; became a nun; regent of Leon from 966 to 975;
X18 - 951-956 Ordoņo III;
s(X17); * 926 c.; † 955 / 956;
King of Asturias, Galicia & Leon from 951;

Urraca of Castile; † after 1007; m.941;
children :
1.   Ordoņo of Leon; died in infancy;
2.   Teresa; became a nun;

illegitimate child:
3.   Vermudo II = Bermudo; illegitimate (X22);
X19 - 956-966 Sancho I;
s(X17); † Dec. 966, murdered;
King of Leon from 955 to 958 and from 960 to 966;

Teresa; † after 997; m 960; d of Count Ansur Fernandez;
children :
1.   Ramiro III (X21);
2.   Urraca; † after 997; m Count Nepociano Diaz;
X20 - 958-960 Ordoņo IV el Malo = Ordoņo IV den Onde;
s(X16); * 926 c.; † 962;
King of Asturias & Leon from 958;

Urraca of Castile; † after 1007; m 958;
no children;
X21 - 966-985 Ramiro III Flavio of Leon;
s(X19); † 985;
King of leon from 966;
Deposed 981;

Sancha; † after 983; m 979 c.; d of Count Gomez de Saldana;
child :
1.   Ordona Ramirez; m Christina; d King Vermudo II of Leon (X22); they got:
     a) Alfonso Ordonez; † 1057;
     b) Ordoņo Ordonez; he got:
       i) Garcia Ordonez; † 1108; m(1) Urraca; d Garcias V (N09-7);
       m(2) Eva Froilaz of Trava;
       ii) Teresa Ordonez;
       iii) Argilo Ordonez;
       iv) Urrava Ordonez;
       v) Rodrigo Ordonez Alfarez;
       vi) Diego Ordonez;
     c) Pelaya Ordonez ;
     d) Eslonza Ordonez;
X22 953 982-999 Vermudo II el Gotoso = Bermudes II den Værkbrudne;
s(X18) believed to be illegitimate by Aragonta Pelaez; * 953 c.; † Sep. 999;
King of Asturias, Galicia & Leon;

Velasquita; † after 1024; m(1); divorced 988; d Count Ramiro;
child :
1.   Cristina; m Ordoņo Ramirez de Leon;

Elvira de Castile; † Dec. 1017; m(2) 991;
children :
2.   Alfonso V (X23);
3.   Teresa; * 992; † 15/4 1039; m 995 Abu Amir Muhammad Ibn Abi;
4.   Pelayo; † after 1006;
5.   Sancha; became a nun;
X23 996 999-1028 Alfonso V;
s(X22); * 996; † 1028;
King of Asturias, Galicia and Leon from 999;

Elvira; † 2/12 1022; m(1) 1015; d Count Menendo Gonzalez;
child
1.   Vermudo III (X24);

2.   Sancha; * 1013 or 1024; † 7/11 1067; m 1032 King Fernando I of Castile (001);
     The marriage united the kingdoms of Asturias, Castile, Galicia & Leon;

Urraca of Navarre; m(2) 1023; d Garcias III / IV (N07);
child :
3.   Jimena; m Count Fernando Gundemariz;
X24 1010 1028-1037 Vermudo III = Bermudes III;
s(X23); * 1010; † Sep. 1037;
King of Asturias, Galicia and Leon from 1028;

Jimena de Castile; * 1012; † after 1063; m 1028;
child :
1.   Alfonso; * 1030; † 1030;

The country was united with Leon.

Aragon - kings from 1035-1516 - numbered A01 and up;

Aragon is situated in the NE corner of Spain and includes Barcelona. In early history the kingdom comprised Aragon, Barcelona, Catalonia, Rousillon, Valencia, Majorca, Sicily and Sardinia.

The country was a kingdom from 1035.

No. Born Ruled King's name and relations
Queen's name and relations
A01 - 1035-1063 Ramiro I;
s(N08); † 1063 or 8/5 1064;
King of Aragon from 1035;

Gilberga = Hermesenda; † 1054; m(1) 22/8 1036 in Jaca; d Count Bernardo Roger of Cousserans, Foix & Bigorre;
1.   Sancho (A02);
2.   Garcia of Aragon; bishop of Pamplona; † 17/7 1186;
3.   Teresa; * 1037; m Count William VI of Provence;
4.   Urraca of Aragon; became a nun;
5.   Sancha; † 1073; m(1) Count Pons of Toulouse † 1117 c.;
      m(2) 1065 c. Count Armengol III of Urgel † 1065;

Agnes of Aquitaine; * 1052; † after 13/6 1089; m(2) 1054 c.;

illegitimate child :
6.   Sancho Ramirez; † 1117 c.; m(1) Beatriz; m(2) d of Viscount de Montaner;
A02 1042 1063-1094 Sancho = Sancho I Ramirez;
s(A01); = (N011); * 1042 or 1043; † 4/6 1094;
King of Aragon from 1063;
King of Navarre from 1076;

Isabel of Urgel; † 1071 c.; m(1) 1065 c.; divorced 1071;
children :
1.   Peter I (N12) = (A03);
2.   Alfonso I (N13) = (A04);

Felice; † 3/5 1123; m(2) 1076; d Count Hilduin III of Roucy;
child :
3.   Ramiro II (A05);
A03 1069 1094-1104 Peter I;
s(A02); * 1069; † 27/9 1104;
King of Aragon & Navarre from 1084;

Agnes of Aquitania; † 1097; m(1) 1086;
child :
1.   Peter of Aragon; † 1103; m 1098 Maria; d Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar; = El Cid;

Berta of Italy; m(2) 1097;
child :
2.   Isabel of Aragon; † 1103;
A04 1073 1104-1134 Alfonso I = Alfonso the Warrior;
s(A02); * 1073; † 7/9 1134;
King of Aragon and Navarre from 1104;

Urraca; = (004); * 1081; † 8/3 1126; her m(2);
no children registered;
A05 1075 1134-1136 Ramiro II = Ramiro the Monk;
s(A02); * 1075 c.; † 16/8 1147; ALso registered under Normans 400;
King of Aragon and Navarre from 1134;

Agnes; d illegitimate of Duke William VII / IX of Aquitania;
child :
1.   Petronilla (A06);
A06 1135 1137-1162
or
1137-1164
Petronilla;
d(A05); * 1135; † 17/10 1174;
Queen of Aragon from 1137;

Ramon Berenguer IV of Barcelona; m 11/8 1137; children of their line became kings of Aragon and Counts of Barcelona :
1.   Alfonso II (A07);
A07 1157 1162-1196 Alfonso II of Aragon = Alfonso the Chaste;
s(A05-1) & (B11-2); 25/3 1157 as Ramon; † 25/4 1196;
King of Aragon from 1162;
Count of Barcelona, Girona, Osona, Besalu, Cerdagne, Rousillon from 1162;

Sanchia of Castile; * 1155 c.; † 1208; m 18/1 1174; d King Alfonso VIII of Castile (005);
children :
1.   Peter II of Aragon; (A08); † 1213;
2.   Alfonso; * 1180; † 2/2 1209; Count of Provence from 1196;
     m 1193 Gersende of Forcalquir, 1180-1218;
3.   Sancho; died in infancy;
4.   Ramon Berenguer; died in infancy;
5.   Fernando; * 1190; † 1249; became a priest;
6.   Constance; * 1179; † 23/6 1222;
     m(1) 1198 King Emmeric of Hungary;
     m(2) 1210 Emperor Friedrich II Hohenstaufen - (Germany 029);
7.   Eleonor = Leonor; * 1182; † 1226; m 1202 c. Raimund IV of Toulouse † 1222;
8.   Sancha; * 1186; † 1241 c.; m 1211 Raimund VII of Toulouse, divorced 1241;
9.   Dulcia; * 1197; † 27/9 1249;
A08 1174 1196-1213 Peter II of Aragon = Peter the Catholicon;
s(A07); * 1174 to 1176; † 13/9 1213;
King of Aragon from 1196;

Maria of Montpellier; † 21/4 1218; her m(2); widow after Barral I of Marseille; m 15/6 1204;
children:
1.   James I the Conqueror, (A09); † 1276;
2.   Sancha; * 1205; † 1206;

illegitimate children :
3.   Peter "del Rey"; † 1254; became a priest;
4.   Constanza of Aragon; † 1250 c.; m 1220 Guillen Ramon of Moncada;
A09 1207 1213-1276 James I Aragon = James I the Conqueror;
s(A08); * 2/8 1207; † 1276;
King of Aragon from 1213;
King of Majorca = the Balearic Islands from 1229
King of Valencia from 1238;

Leonor of Castile; * 1202; † 1244; m(1) 6/6 1221; m annulled 1229; d King Alfonso VIII of Castile (008);
child :
1.   Alfonso; * 1229; † 1260; m 1260 Countess Constanza of Moncada - Bigorre;

Yolanda of Hungary = Violante; * 1215 c.; † 1251; m(2) 8/9 1235; d King Andrew II of Hungary;
Children:
 2.   Peter III; (A10);
 3.   James II of Majorca (M02); * 1243; † 30/5 1311;
 4.   Fernando; * 1245; † 1250;
 5.   Sancho; * 1246; † 1251 during Crusade;
 6.   Sancho; * 1250; † 1275; archbishop of Toledo;
 7.   Violante; * 1236; † 1301; m 1246 King Alfonso X of Castile (012);
 8.   Constanza; * 1239; † 1269 c.;
     m 1260 Manuel of Castile (011-7), * 1234; † 1283;
 9.   Isabella; * 1247; † 28/1 1271 by fall from horse;
     m Philip III of France (France 010), 1245-1285;
10.   Maria; * 1248; † 1267; became a nun;
11.   Leonor; * 1251; died in infancy;

Teresa Gil de Vidaure; m(3); d Juan de Vidaure; - a secret marriage and he left her when she got leprosy;
child :
12.   James Fernando of Aragon; Baron of Ejerica; * 1255 c.; † 1285; m 1276 Elsa; d Alvar Perez of Azagra;
13.   Peter Senor de Ayerbe;
A09A 1278 - Fernando, Prince of Achaia & Morea;
s(A09-3); * 1278; † 5/7 1316 beheaded in the Peleponeses;
Dame Isabella of Matagriphon; * 1297; † 7/5 1315; m(1) 17/2 1314;

child :
1.   James III of Majorca; * 5/4 1315; † 25/10 1349; King of M. under Aragon;
     m(1) 24/9 1336 Constanza, 1318-1346; d King Alfonso IV of Aragon;
     m(2) 10/11 1347 Violante, 1324-1369; d Berenguer of Villarragut, Majorca;
     in the first marriage they got:
     a) James IV of Majorca, titular king; * 1336; † 20/1 1375;
     m 26/9 1363 Johanna I of Naples, 1326-1382;
     b) Isabel, titular queen of Majorca, 1337-1403 c.;
     m(1) 1358 Giovanni II of Montferaat, 1313-1372;
     m(2) 1376 Konrad von Reischach zu Jungnau;
     c) Esclarmunda, 1348-1349;
     d) + e) two illegitimate children;

Isabelle; * 1300; † 1316 c.; m(2) 5/10 1315; d Sebeschal of Cyprus, Philip of Ibelin;
children :
2.   Fernando of Omelas; * 1317; † between 1343 and 1347;
     m 1337 c. Eschiva; divorced 1341; † 1363; d King Hugh IV of Cyprus;
3.   Sancho of Majorca; m Laura of Rosellon;

illegitimate children :
4. + 5.   two illegitimate children;
A10 1239 1276-1285 Peter III of Aragon = Peter the Great;
s(A09);* 1239; † 11/11 1285;
King of Aragon from 1276;
King of Sicily as Peter I from 4/9 1282;

Constance von Hohenstaufen; * 1249; † 9/4 1302; m 13/6 1262; d King Manfred of Sicily;
children :
1.   Alfonso III (A11);
2.   James II (A12);
3.   Frederick II of Sicily (Norman 067);
4.   Peter; * 1275; † 25/8 1296; m Guillemette † 1306;
5.   Isabel; * 1271; † July 1336; m 24/6 1282 Denis of Portugal;
6.   Violante = Yolande ? Constantia; * 1273; † August 1302; m 1297 King Robert I of Naples (N14);

illegitimate children :
 7.   James of Aragon; † 1285 c.;
 8.   John of Aragon;
 9.   Fernando of Aragon;
10.   Peter of Aragon;
11.   Sancho of Aragon; † 1341;
12.   Beatriz; † 1341;
13.   Teresa; † 1295 c.;
A11 1265 1285-1291 Alfonso III of Aragon = Alfonso el Liberal;
s(A10); * 1265; † 18/7 1291;
King of Aragon from 1285;

Eleanor of England; * 1264; † 1297; her m(1); d Edward I;
     she re-m Count Henry of Bar;
no children ;
A12 1267 1291-1327 James II = James the Just;
s(A10); * 10/8 1267; † 2/11 1327;
King of Aragon from 1291;
King of Sicily from as James I;

Isabel of Limoges; * 1283; † 24/7 1328; m(1) 1/12 1291; annulled 1295; d King Sancho IV of Castile (013);
no children ;

Blanche of Anjou; * 1280; † 14/10 1310; m(2) 29/10 1295; d Charles II of Naples (N13);
children :
 1.   James; * 29/9 1296; † 1334; renounced throne 1319;
     m 5/10 1319 Leonor; d King Fernando IV of Castile;
 2.   Alfonso IV (A13);
 3.   John; * 1304; † 19/8 1334;
     Archbishop of Toledo & Tarragona from 1318;
     Patriarch of Alexandria from 1328;
 4.   Peter: * 1305; † 4/11 1381;
     m 12/5 1331 Jeanne; d Gaston I of Foix; they got:
     a) Duke Alfonso of Gandia 1332-1412;
     b) Count Juan of Prades, 1335-1414; their granddaughter
       i) Margarita de Prades, 1395-1429 m(1) King Martin I of Aragon (A16);
     c) Leonor of Gandia, 1333-1416; m King Peter I of Cyprus, 1328-1369; (J184-2);
 5.   Ramon Berenguer of Aragon; Aug. 1308; † 1364 c.;
     m(1) 1327 Blancha, † 1337; d Prince Philip of Tarento (Nap. N14a-8);
     m(2) 1338 Maria, † 1364; d James of Aragon, Baron de Ejerica; they got:
     a) John II of Ampurias, 1338-1398;
       m(1) 1364 Blanca of Sicily † 1372 c.;
       m(2) 1373 Juana 1344-1385; d King Peter IV of Aragon;
     b) Juana; * 1330; † 1395;
   m Fernando Manuel;
     c) Blanca; * 1334;
   m Hugo Folc II of Cardona;
 6.   Maria; * 1299;
   m 1311 Peter of Castile 1290-1319; she became a nun;
 7.   Constanza; * 1/4 1300; † 1327;
   m 5/4 1312 John Manuel of Castile;
 8.   Isabel; * 1305; † 12/7 1330;
   m 11/5 1315 Duke Frederick I of Austria 1289-1330;
 9.   Blanca; * 1307; † 1348;
10.   Violante; * 1310; † 1353; m(1) Prince Philip of Tarento (Napl. N14A-2);

Maria of Lusignan; * 1273; † 1322; m(3) 15/6 1315 (proxy), 27/11 1315; d King Hugh III of Cyprus;

Elisenda; † 19/6 1364; m(4) 25/12 1322; d Peter I of Moncada;

illegitimate children :
11.   Sancho of Aragon; * 1287 c.
12.   James of Aragon; * 1291; regent of Cagliari 1317-1341;
13.   Napoleon Gioiosaguardia = Joyosa Guarda; * 1288; † 1338 c.
A13 1299 1327-1336 Alfonso IV = Alfonso the Good = Alfonso el Benigne;
s(A12); * 1299; † 24/1 1336;
King of Aragon from 1327;

Teresa of Urgel; * 1330; † 28/10 1327; m(1) 10/11 1314; d Baron Gombaldo of Entenza;
children :
1.   Alfonso; * 1315 c.; † 1317;
2.   Peter IV (A14);
3.   James, infant of Aragon; * 1321; † 1347 poisoned; m Ceclia, d Bernard VIII of Comminges;
4.   Fadrique; * 1325; died in infancy;
5.   Sancho; * 1326; † 17/10 1327;
6.   Fernando; * 11/12 1329; † 16/7 1363 murdered; m 3/2 1354 Maria of Portugal 1343-1356 c;
7.   John of Elche, Lord of Vizcaya; * 1330 c.; † 12/6 1358 murdered; m 1354 Isabel Diaz de Haro - poisoned 1361;
8.   Isabel; * 1323; † 1327;
9.   Constanza; * 1318; † 1346; m 1336 King James III of Majorca (M02);

Leonor of Castile; * 1307; † 1359: m(2) 5/2 1329;
no children ;
A14 1319 1336-1387 Peter IV of Aragon = Peter the Ceremonious;
s(A13); * 5/9 1319; † 6/1 1386;
Same as Peter IV in France;
King of Aragon from 1336;

Marie of Navarre; * 1330; † 29/4 1347; m(1) 25/7 1338;
children :
 1.   Peter; * 1347; † 1347;
Eleanor of Portugal; * 1328; † 30/10 1348; m(2) 19/11 1347;
     d Alphonso IV of Portugal (also France 407d1);
no children ;

Leonor of Sicily; * 1325; † 20/4 1375; m(3) 27/7 1349;
children :
 2.   John I; * 1350; King of Aragon (A15)+(France 410b);
 3.   Martin I; * 1356; King of Aragon (A16);
 4.   Alfonso; * 1362; † 1364;

Sibila; † 24/11 1406; m(4) 11/10 1377; d Bernardo de Fortia;
children :
 5.   Alfonso; * 1376; legitimized; died in infancy;
 6.   Peter; * 1379; † 1379;
 7.   Constance; * 1343; † 18/7 1363;
     m 11/4 1361 King Frederick III of Sicily, 1341-1377;
 8.   Juana of Aragon; * 7/11 1344; † 1385; m 1373 Juan of Aragon Ampurias;
 9.   Maria; * 1345; † 1348;
10.   Eleanora; * 20/2 1358; † 13/8 1382; m 18/6 1375; King John I of Castile;
11.   Isabel * 1380; † 1424; m 1407 James II of Urgel;
A15 1350 1387-1395 John I of Aragon;
s(A14); * 27/12 1350; † 27/5 1395; ‡ Tarragona;
King of Aragon from 1387;
Marie; † 1378; m(1) 1373; d Count Jean d'Armagnac;
children :
 1.   Jaime; * 23/6 1374;
 2.   Juan; * 23/7 1376; † 31/7 1376;
 3.   Alfonso; * 9/9 1377; † 1377;

Yolanda of Bar = Violante of Bar; * 1365; † 13/8 1431; m(2) 1380; ‡ Tarragona;
children :
 4.   Duke Jaime of Girona; * 22/3 1382; † 1/9 1388;
 5.   Duke Fernando of Girona; * 18/3 1389; † 1389;
 6.   Duke Peter of Girona; * 13/1 1394; † 1394;
 7.   Juana; * 1375; † 1407; m 24/3 1392 Count Mathieu of Foix;
 8.   Leonor; * 13/7 1378; † 1378;
 9.   Violante = Yolande; * 11/8 1384; † 14/11 1442; ‡ Angers; m 2/12 1400 Louis II of Anjou, 1377-1417;
 9.   Antonia; * 1391; † 1392;
10.   Leonor; * 2/1 1393; † 1393;
11.   Juana; * 12/1 1396; † 1396;
A16 1356 1395-1410 Martin I of Aragon = Martin the Kind = Martin el Humano;
s(A14); * 1356; † 31/5 1410;
King of Aragon from 1395;
King of Sicily as Martin II from 1409;

Maria Lopez of Luna; † 20/12 1406; m(1) 13/6 1373;
children:
1.   Martin of Sicily; † 1409; = (Norm. 073); who
     m(1) Maria, †1402; and
     m(2) Blanche of Navarre, regent of Sicily;
2.   Jaime; * 1378; died i infancy;
3.   Juan; * 1380; died ininfancy;
4.   Margarita; * 1384 c.; died in infancy;
A17 1380 1412-1416 Ferdinand I of Aragon;
s(018) + (A14-10); * 27/11 1380; † 2/4 1416;
King of Aragon from 1412;
King of Sicily from 1412;

Eleonora Urraca of Castile; * 1374; † 1435; m 1393;
     gd of Peter I (Por.009) and Sancho of Albuqverqve through d Beatrix;
children:
1.   Alfonso V (A18);
2.   John II (A19);
3.   Duke Henry of Villena; * 1400; † 15/6 1445;
      m(1) 1420 Duchess Catalina of Villena;
      m(2) 1443 Beatriz Pimentel, † 1498;
4.   Duke Peter of Noto; * 1406; † 1438;
5.   Sancho, Grand Master of Calatrava + Alcantara Order; * 1410; † 1416;
6.   Maria; * 1396; † 18/2 1445; m 1420 King John II of Castile;
7.   Eleanor; * 1400; † 19/2 1445; m 1420 King Edward I of Portugal;
A18 1394 1416-1458 Alfonso V = Alfonso the Magnanimous;
s(A17); * 1394; † 27/06 1458;
King of Aragon from 1416;
King of Naples from 1435;
King of Sicily from 1442 - Rex Utriusque Siciliae;

Maria of Castile; m 12/06 1415; d Hernry III of Castile;
children :
1.   Ferdinand I of Naples; * 1423; † 25/01 1494; See King of Naples (Naples N31);
2.   Maria; † 09/12 1449;
   m 20/05 1444 Margrave Leonello d'Este of Ferrara, 1407-1450;
3.   Leonora;
   m 1444 Mariano Marzano;
A19 1397 1458-1479 John II;
s(A17); * 29/6 1397; † 20/1 1479; = (N31);
King of Navarre from 1425; king consort;
King of Aragon from 1458;
King of Sicily;

Blanche II of Navarre; * 1391; † 1441; m(1) 10/2 1420; Queen = (N30);
children :
1.   Prince Charles of Viana; * 29/5 1421; † 23/9 1461; m 1439 Agnes of Cleves, * 24/2 1422; † 6/4 1448;
2.   Ferdinand II (A20); * 1452; † 23/1 1516;
3.   Juana; * 1423; † 1425;
4.   Princess Blanca of Viana; * 9/6 1424; † 2/12 1464;
     m 16/9 1440 King Henry IV of Castile;
5.   Queen Leonor of Navarre (N32); * 2/9 1425; † 12/2 1479;

Juanna Enriquez; * 1425; † 13/2 1468; m(2) 1444 / 1447;
children :
6.   Leonor; * 1446; died in infancy;
7.   Juana; * 1454; † 9/1 1517;
     m King Ferdinand I of Naples (Naples N31), 1423-1494;
8.   Maria; * 1455; died in infancy;

The king had a flock of about five known illegitimate children;
A20 =
025
1452 1479-1516
1506-1516
Ferdinand II of Aragon = Ferdinand V the Catholic;
s(A19); * 10/5 1452; † 23/1 1516; = (Sp. 025)
King of Aragon and Sicily from 1479;
King of Castile as Ferdinand V 1474 or 1506-1516;
King of Leon as Ferdinand V;
King of Naples from 1506 as Ferdinand III;
Gained Navarre in 1512 and became king of all Spain.

Isabella I of Castile; * 22/4 1451; † 26/11 1504; m(1) 19/10 1469; See also (022);
children :
1.   Juan of Castile; * 1478; † 1497; m Margaret of Austria, 1480-1530;

2.   Isabel; * 1470; † 15/8 1498;
     m(1) 1490 Alfonso of Portugal † 1491; (Port. 014A);
     m(2) 1497 King Manuel I of Portugal † 1521; (Port. 015);
3.   Joanna = Juana of Spain; * 6/11 1479; † 12/4 1555;
     m 12/11 1496 Philip of Habsburg = King Philip I of Spain (024);
4.   Maria; * 29/6 1482; † 7/3 1517;
     m 30/10 1500 King Manuel I of Portugal;
5.   Catalina = Catherine of Aragon; * 15/12 1485; † 7/1 1536;
     m(1) 14/11 1501 Arthur, Prince of Wales † 1502;
     m(2) 11/6 1509 King Henry VIII of England; divorced 1533;

Germaine of Foix; † 1538; m(2) 1505;
child :
6.   Juan; * 1509; † 1509;

A selection of illegitimate children
A21 - 1516-1556 Charles I;
gs(A20);
King of Aragon from 1516;
King of Germany as Charles V;

The united Spain continues under (026);

Barcelona - counts from 873-1196 - numbered B01 and up;

Barcelona was vassals under the Frankish kings, but became independent from 985.

From 1018 Sancho the Great of Navarre announced himself ruler of Barcelona, but after his death the land was again independent county.

From 1196 Peter I = Peter II of Aragon = Peter the Catholic ruled the country - see (A08);
No. Born Ruled Ruler's name and relations
Spouse's name and relations
B01 - 873-898 Wilfred;
Count of Barcelona;
1.   Wilfred Borrell I (B02);
B02 - 898-912 Wilfred Borrell II;
s(B01);
Count of Barcelona;
B03 - 912-954 Sunyer;
Count of Barcelona;
1.   Borrell II (B04);
B04 - 954-992 Borrell II;
s(B03);

child :
1.   Ramon Borrell (B05);
B05 - 992-1018 Ramon Borrell;
s(B04);

child :
1.   Berengar-Ramon I (B06);
B06 - 1018-1035 Berengar-Ramon I the Crooked;
s(B05);

child :
1.   Ramon-Berengar I (B07);
B07 - 1035-1076 Ramon-Berengar I the Old;
s(B06);

children :
1.   Ramon-Berengar II (B08);
1.   Berengar-Ramon II (B09);
B08 - 1076-1082 Raymond II Berengar the Towhead = Ramond-Berengar II;
s(B07); † 8/12 1082 murdered;
Count of Barcelona from 1076;

Maud Mathilda of Sicily; * 1055; d Robert Guiscard;
child :
1.   Raymond III Berengar (B10);
B09 - 1076-1097 Berengar-Ramon II the Fratricide;
s(B07);
Co-reigned with Ramon Berengar II (B08) and Ramon Berengar III (B10);
B10 1082 1096-1131 Raymond III Berengar the Great = Ramond-Berengar III;
s(B08); * 1082; † 1130 or 1131;
Count of Barcelona from 1096;
Count of Provence as Raymond Berengar I;

Dulcia = Dolca = Douce of Provence; m 1112;
children:
1.   Raymond IV (B11);
2.   Berenguer Ramon I of Provence, reigned 1131-1144;
B11 1113 1131-1162 Raymond IV Berengar the Saint = Ramon Berenguer IV the Holy;
s(B10); * 1113; † 6/8 1162;
Regent of Provence 1144-1157 as R-B II of Provence after brother's death;
Reigned Aragon 1137-1162, but did not take the royal title;
Count of Barcelona from 1131;

Queen Petronilla of Aragon = Peronella; m 11/8 1137;
     Petronella established connection with Aragon;
children :
1.   Aldonca = Dulcia; † 1198; m 1174 Sancho I of Portugal;
2.   Alfonso II of Aragon (A07); † 1196;

When Raymond Berenguer IV died, Petronella abdicated. Thus, Barcelona and Aragon became united. In Aragonese history, this dynasty is called the House of Barcelona.
B12 - 1162-1196 Alfons I the Chaste= Alfons the Troubadour = Alfons II of Aragon;
s(B11);

Majorca - kings from 1230-1343 - numbered M01 and up;

The Kingdom of Majorca includes the Mediteranean islands and some smaller areas around the Pyrenees. The kingdom became a vassal state under Aragon frm 1230.

No. Born Ruled King's name and relations
Queen's name and relations
M01 - 1231-1276 James I of Mallorca;
* 2/2 1208; † 27/7 1276;
King of Majorca from 1231, the Conqueror;
King of Aragon as James I; See details from (A09);
The creating king;
M02 - 1276-1311 James II;
s(A09) = (M01); * 1243; † 30/5 1311;
King of Majorca from 1276;
Count of Montpellier & Rousillon from 1243;

Alfonso II = Alfonso III of Aragon conquered Majorca in 1285 and Ibiza in 1286. By the Treaty of Anagni, the islands were yielded to James. The continental territories of Roussillon, Cerdanya, etc. remained under Alfonso's control.

Esclaramunde of Foix; * 1250; † 1299; m 12/10 1272 or 1275;
children :
1. James; * 1274; † 1330; became a monk;
2. Sancho I, King of Majorca (M03); * 1276; † 4/9 1324;
     m 1304 Maria of Anjou; * 1290; † 1347; d King Charles II of Naples (N13-11);
3. Fernando, Prince of Achaia & Morea (A09A); father to James III (M0;
4. Philip; * 1288; † 1340 or 1343;
5. Isabel = Elisabeth; * 1280; 1301; m Duke John Manuel of Penafiel;
6. Sancha; * 1282; † 1345; m 1304 King Robert I of Naples, 1278-1343;
M03 - 1311-1324 Sancho I the Pacific;
s(M02); * 1274; † 1324;
King of Majorca from 1311;
Count of Roussillon and Cerdanya;
Lord of Montpellier;

Maria of Naples; d King Charles II of Naples;
no children;
M04 - 1324-1344 James III;
bs(M03); † 1349 during battle for regaining the country, murdered by cousin Peter IV of Aragon;
King of Majorca to 1344, when his cousin Peter IV of Aragon conquered the country;
Prince of Achaia;

Constanįa of Aragon; d Alfonso IV of Aragon;
child :
1.   James IV (M05);
M05 1336 - James IV;
s(M04); * c. 1336; † 20/1 1375;
Crown pretender 1349–1375;
Prince of Achaia;

Joanna I of Naples; † 1382; d Charles of Calabria;
no children;
See James as consort in Naples;
M06 - - Isabel of Majorca;
d(M04);
Crown pretender 1375–1403;

John II, Marquis of Montferrat;

Isabel's descendants did not continue the pretension.

Navarre - kings from 810 to 1589 - numbered N01 and up;

2.   Sancho I (N04);
3.   Jimena; m 869/70 King Alfonso III of Asturias (+910);
4.   Oneca; m Count Aznar II of Aragon (+893);
5.   Velasquita; † 873, crucified in Cordoba; m Mutarif Ibn Musa of Huesca;

No. Born Ruled King's name and relations
Queen's name and relations
N01 - 810-851
or
818-851
Iņigo Arista of Pamplona;
† 851;

?;
children :
1.   Garcia I Iņiguez (N02);
2.   Galindo Iniguez of Pamplona; † 851 in Cordoba; he got:
     a) Musa Ibn Galind; † murdered 870;
3.   Daughter; m García of Aragon;


 Iņigo Arista's father was Iņigo Jimenez. Iņigo Jimenez had three children.
 Iņigo Jimenez's brother was Garcia Jimenez, and his son,
 Jimeno Garcias, was the father to King Garcias II of Pamplona;
 King Garcias II of Pamplona's son, Sancho I, became King of Navarre (N04);
 King Garcias II of Pamplona's other son, Iņigo of Pamplona, followed his father as king;
N02 810 c 851-880 Garcia I Iņiguez of Pamplona;
s(N01); * 810 c; † 882;
King of Navarre from 851;

Urraca; m(1);
children :
1.   Fortun Garces (N03);
2.   Sancho Garces of Pamplona;
3.   Jimena; m 870 King Alfons III of Asturias (X12);
4.   Oneca; m Count Aznar II of Aragon;
5.   Velasquita; m Mutarif Ibn Musa of Huesca;

Leogundis of Leon; m(2);
N03 830 c- 880-905
or
902-905
Fortun Garces of Pamplona;
s(N02); * 830 c.; † after 925;
King of navarre from 880;

Aurea N; m 845 c.;
children :
1.   Íņigo, † 905 c; m Sancha; d of King García II of Navarre; they got:
     a) Fortun Iniguez de Pamplona; no children;
     b) Oria; m Munio Garces;
     c) Lupa; m Sancho Lopez de Araquil;
2.   Aznar Fortun de Pamplona; he got:
     a) Fortun Aznar de Pamplona;
3.   Blasco Fortun de Pamplona; he got:
     a) Jimena; m King Íņigo Garces de Navarre; they got:
     b) Toda; m Íņigo Mardonnes de Lucientes;
     c) Sancha; m Galindo Jimenez de Pintano;
4.   Lope Fortun de Pamplona, died young;
5.   Oneca; * 847 c; m(1) 863 Emir Abdallah I of Cordoba;
     m(2) 880 Aznar Sanchez de Larraun;
N04 865 905-926 Sancho I;
see origin at (N01); * 865 c; † 11/12 925;
King of Navarre from 905;

Urraca de Aragon; m(1);
no children ;

Toda de Larraun; † after 970;
children :
1.   Garcia II (N05);
2.   Sancha; * after 900; † Dec. 959;
     m(1) Mar. 923 King Ordono II of Leon (X14);
     m(2) 924 c. Count Alvaro of Alava; † 931 c.;
     m(3) 932 c Count Fernando of Castile;
3.   Urraca; † 23/6 956;
     m 932 c. King Ramiro II of Leon (X17);
4.   Oneca; † after Jun. 931;
     m 923 King Alfonso IV of Leon (X16);
5.   Velasquita;
     m(1) after 923 Count Munio of Alava; † 926 c.;
     m(2) 930 c. Count Galindo I of Pailhars;
     m(3) Fortun Galindez;
6.   Orbita of Navarre;

Unknown mother;
illegitimate child :
7.   Lupa; m Count Dato II of Bigorre (+after 930);
N05 919 926-970 Garcias II / III;
s(N04); * 919; † 970;
King of navarre from 926;

Countess Andregoto of Aragon; † 972; later divorced;

child :
1.   Sancho II (N06);

Teresa of Leon, m before 943; d Ramiro (X17);
children :
2.   King Ramiro of Viguera; † 8/7 981; he got:
     a) King Sancho of Viguera;
     b) King Garcia of Viguera; m Toda; 3.   Urraca; † 12/8 1041; m(1) 960 c. Count Fernando de Castile (+970);
     m(2) after 14/7 972 Duke William I of Gascogny;
N06 935 c 970-994 Sancho II Abrara;
s(N05); * after 935; † Dec. 994;
Inherited Aragonia through wife Urraca; Urraca of Castile; † after 1007; m 962;
children :
1.   Garcias III / IV (N07);
2.   Ramiro of Navarre; † 992 c.;
3.   Gonzalo of Navarre; † 997;

Unknown mother;
illegitimate child :
4.   Abda la Vascona;
N07 964 c 994-1000 Garcias III / IV;
s(N06); * 964 c; † between 999 and 1004;
King of Navarre from 990 or 994;

Jimena Fernandez; † after 1035; m before 981;
children :
1.   Sancho III (N08);
2.   Garcia of Navarre;
3.   Urraca; m 1023 King Alfons V of Leon;
4.   Elvira of Navarre;
N08 990
or
992
1000-1035 Sancho III the Great = Sancho III el Mayor;
s(N07); † 18/10 1035 murdered;
King of Navarre from 1000;
King of Aragonia from 1000;
Count of Castile - Bardulia from 1028;

Nunnia = Munia Mayor of Castile; † after 1066; m 1010; d Count Sancho of Castile;
children :
1.   Garcias IV / V (N09);
2.   Ferdinand I den Store see (001);
3.   Gonzales; King of Sobrarve, Count of Ribagorza from 1035; † 1038 or 26/6 1045 murdered;
4.   Bernardo of Navarre; † 1024;
5.   Ramiro I see (A01); his son was:
     a) Sancho I (N11);
N09 1020 c 1035-1054 Garcias IV / V = Garcia el de Najera;
s(N08); * 1020 c.; † 1/9 1054;
King of Navarre from 1035;

Estefania of Foix; m 1038;
1.   Sancho IV (N10);
2.   Ramiro of Navarre; † 6/1 1083;
     m Teresa Salvadores; they got:
     a) Estefania Ramirez;
       m 1087 Count Fruela Diaz of Astorga;
3.   Fernando of Navarre; † 1068 c.;
     m Nuna de Biscaya;
4.   Raimundo of Navarre;
5.   Hermesinda; † 1110 c.;
     m Fortun Sanchez;
6.   Mayor; † 1115 c.;
     m Count Guy II of Beaune & Mscon;
7.   Urraca;
     m Count Garcia of Najera & Granon (X21-1-b-i);
8.   Jimena of Navarre;

illegitimate child :
9.   Sancho Garces; † 1073;
     m(1) 1057 c. Costanza de Maranon;
     m(2) 1060 c. Andregoto; the one or the other wife got:
     a) Ramiro Sanchez; † 1116;
       m 1098 c. Christina de Vivar; they got:
       i) Garcias VI el Restaurador of Navarre (N14);
       ii) Alfonso;
       iii) Elvira; † Jerusalem 1163 c.; m(1) Senor Ladron de Alava; m(2) 1137 c. Rodrigo de Manzanedo;
     b) Sancho of Erro & Tafalla; † 1120; m Urraca d Ordono Ordonez of Leon;
10.   Mencia; m Lope de Najera;
N10 - 1054-1076 Sancho IV;
s(N09); * 1039; † 4/6 1076; murdered;
King of Navarre from 1054;
Navarre and Aragon were united from 1076 to 1134;

Placenia from France;
children :
1.   Garcia; died in infancy;
2.   Garcia; titular king of Navarre; † 1091 c.;

illegitimate children :
3.   Raimundo Sanchez;
4.   Urraca Sanchez, who became a nun;
N11 = A02 1042
or
1043
1076-1094 Sancho V of Aragon = Sancho Ramirez;
gs(N08); s(A01 = N08-5); = (A02); * 1042 or 1043; † 4/6 1094;
King of Aragon from 1063;
King of Navarre from 1076;

Isabel of Urgel; † 1071 c.; m(1) 1065 c.; divorced 1071;
children :
1.   Peter I (N12) = (A03);
2.   Alfonso I (N13) = (A04);

Felice; † 3/5 1123; m(2) 1076; d Count Hilduin III of Roucy;
child :
3.   Ramiro II (A05);
N12 = A03 - 1094-1104 Peter I of Aragon;
s(A02) = (N11); * 1069; † 27/9 1104;
King of Aragon & Navarre from 1084;

Agnes of Aquitania; † 1097; m(1) 1086;
child :
1.   Peter of Aragon; † 1103; m 1098 Maria; d Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar; = El Cid;

Berta of Italy; m(2) 1097;
child :
2.   Isabel of Aragon; † 1103;
N13 = A04 1073 1104-1134 Alfonso I of Aragon;
s(A02) = s(N11); * 1073; † 7/9 1134;
King of Aragon and Navarre from 1104;

Urraca; = (004); * 1081; † 8/3 1126; her m(2);
no children registered;
N14 1110 c. 1134-1150 Garcias VI the Restorer = Garcias VI el Restaurador;
s Ramiro Sanchez, whose father was an illegitimate son of Garcia V?; * 1110 c.; † 21/11 1150 at Lorca;
King of Navarre from 1134;

Marguerite; † 25/5 1141; m(1) after 1130; d Gilbert de l'Aigle;
children :
1.   Sancho the Wise of Navarre (N15);
2.   Blanca = Blanche; * 1133 c.; † 12/8 1156; m King Sancho III of Castile (006);
3.   Margaret = Margarita; † 1182 at Palermo;
     m 1150 King William I of Sicily;

Urraca; * 1126 c.; † 12/10 1189; m(2) 24/6 1144, illegitimate d of King Alphonso VII of Castile;
children :
4.   Sancha; m(1) Viscount Gaston V of Bearn; m(2) Viscount Pedro Manrique of Narbonne;
illegitimate child :
5.   Rodrigo Garces; m a Hauteville girl from Sicily;
N15 1132 1150-1194 Sancho VI = Sancho el Sabio;
s(N14); * 1132 c.; † 27/6 1194;
King of Navarre from 1150;

Sancha of Castile; † 5/8 1177; m 2/6 1153;
children :
1.   Sancho VII (N16);
2.   Fernando of Navarre; † 16/12 1207;
3.   Ramiro, bishop of Pamplona; † 16/12 1207;
4.   Constanza of Navarre; died in infancy;
5.   Berenguela; * 1170 c.; † 1230; m King Richard I of England;
6.   Blanche of Navarre; * 1177 c.; † 12/3 or 14/3 1229; m 1/7 1199 Count Thibaut III of Champagne, 1179-1201;
N16 1170 c. 1194-1234 Sancho VII;
s(N15); * 1170 c.; † 1234;
King of Navarre from 1194;

Constance of Toulouse; † after 12/5 1260;
N17 - 1234-1253 Theobald I = Theobald IV of Champagne;
King of Navarre from 1253;

children :
1.   Theobald II (N18);
2.   Henry I (N19);
N18 - 1253-1270 Theobald II = Theobald V of Champagne;
s(N17); Isabelle; d King Louis IX of France;
N19 - 1270-1274 Henry I = Henry III of Champagne;
s(N17);
1.   Joanna I (N20);
N20 - 1274-1304 Joanna I;
d(N19);
Queen of Navarre from 1274;
Co-ruler with husabnd (N21) from 1285;

Philip I of Navarre (N21);
child :
1.   Louis X of France (N22);
2.   Philip II of Navarre (N24);
3.   Charles I of Navarre (N25);
N21 - 1285-1314 Philip I of Navarre;
King of Navarre from 1285;
Co-ruler with his queen (N21);

Joanna (N20);
child :
1.   Louis X of France (N22);
2.   Philip II of Navarre (N24);
3.   Charles I of Navarre (N25);
N22 - 1314-1316 Louis X of France;
s(N21-N22); See details under France (Fr. 012);
1.   John I of France (N23);
2.   Joanna II (N26);
N23 - 1316-1316 John I of France;
s(N22); See details under France (Fr. 013);
N24 - 1316-1322 Philip II of Navarre = Philip V of France;
s(N21+N22); See details under France (Fr. 014);
N25 - 1322-1328 Charles I of Navarre = Charles IV of France;
s(N21+N22); See details under France (Fr. 015);
N26 - 1328-1349 Joanna II;
d(N22);
Queen of Navarre from 1328;
Co-ruler with husband (N27) from 1328;

Philip III of Evreux (N27);
child :
1.   Charles II of Navarre (N28);
N27 - 1328-1343 Philip III of Evreux;
King of Navarre from 1328;
Co-ruler with queen (N26) from 1328;

Joanna II of Navarre (N26);
child :
1.   Charles II of Navarre (N28);
N28 1332 1349-1387 Charles II;
By some sources numbered I.
s(N26+N27); * 1332;
King of Navarre from 1349;

Joan II; † 1349; d Louis X of France;
children :
1.   Joan of Navarre;
     m(1) Duke John V of Brittany;
     m(2) Henry IV of England;
2.   Charles III of Navarre (N29);
N29 - 1387-1425 Charles III of Navarre;
s(N28);

Leonor; * 1363; † 5/3 1415; m 1375; d Henry II;
child :
1.   Blanche (N30);
N30 1391 1425-1441 Blanche of Navarre;
d(N29); * 1391; † 3/4 1441;
Queen of Naverre from 1425;
Co-ruler with husband from 1425;

John II of Aragon (N31) = Aragon (A19);
child :
1.   Eleanor (N32);
N31 - 1425-1479 John II of Aragon;
= Aragon (A19); King of Navarre from 1425;
Co-ruler with queen (N30) from 1425;

Blanche of Navarre (N30);
child :
1.   Eleanor (N32);
N32 - 1479-1479 Eleanor;
d(N30+N31); See also (A19);

Count Gaston IV of Foix & Bigorre; * 1425; † 25/7 1472;
no children ;
N33 - 1479-1479 Francis-Phoebus of Foix;
gs(N32);
N34 - 1483-1517 Catherine;
sister to (N33);
Queen of Navarre from 1483;
Co-ruler with husband from 1484;

John III of ALbret (N35);
child :
1.   Henry II of Lower Navarre (N36);
N35 - 1484-1516 John III of Albret;
King of Navarre from 1484;
Co-ruler with queen (N34) from 1484;

Catherine (N34);
child :
1.   Henry II of Lower Navarre (N36);
N36 - 1516-1555 Henry II of Lower Navarre;
s(N34+N35);
1.   Joanna III of Lower Navarre (N37);
N37 - 1555-1572 Joanna III of Lower Navarre;
d(N36);
Queen of L. Navarre from 1555;
Co-ruler with husband (N38) from 1555;

Anthony of Bourbon (N38);
child :
1.   Henry III of Navarre (N39);
N38 - 1555-1562 Anthony of Bourbon - of Lower Navarre;
King of Navarre from 1555;
Co-ruler with queen (N38) from 1555;

Joanna III of Lower Navarre (N38);
child :
1.   Henry III of Navarre (N39);
N39 - 1572-1610 Henry III of Navarre = Henry IV of France;
s(N37+N38);
King of Navarre from 1572;
King of France from 1589;

Castile , Castile-Leon - kings from 1035-1516 - numbered 001 to 025;

The kingdom of Leon was founded 910. Already from 925 the Asturian kingdom was united with Leon.

In 1035 the kingdom of Castile and the kingdom of Aragon are founded.

Castile was first united with Leon and Asturias in 1037, when the areas were joined by Ferdinand I (001).
When he died in 1065 the country was divided to his two sons, until a daughter of the third generation had it united again. Her son kept the areas together, but his sons, Sancho III (006) and Ferdinand II (007) got it split up again.

Castile was finally united with Leon in 1230, when Ferdinand II's grandson, Ferdinand III, became king for both areas - one country inherited from his mother and one from his father.

The kingdoms of Castile and Aragon were united in 1479 and in 1492 the last Muslim bit was conquered and - except for Portugal - Spain now covered the whole Iberian peninsula.

From 1580 to 1640 Portugal is part of the Spanish monarchy.

No. Born Ruled King's name and relations
Queen's name and relations
001 1016
or
1018
1035-1065 Ferdinand I = Ferdinand the Great;
s(N08); * 1016 or 1018; † 27/12 1065;
King of Castile from 1035;
King of Leon from 1037;

Sancha of Leon; * 1013; † 7/11 1067; m 1032; d Alfons V of Asturias (X23);
     The marriage united Asturias, Castile, Galicia & Leon;
children :
1.   Sancho II of Castile (002);
2.   Alfonso VI of Leon (003);
3.   Garcia of Galicia; * 1042; † 22/3 1090; King from 1065;
     imprisoned from 1073 until his death;
4.   Urraca of Zamora; * 1033 or 1034; † 1101;
5.   Elvira of Toro; * 1038 or 1039; † 15/11 1101;
002 1036
or
1038
1065-1072 Sancho II of Castile = Sancho the Strong;
s(001); * 1036 or 1038; † 7/10 1072 murdered;
King of Castile from 1065;

ALberta; m 1071 c.;
003 1040 1065-1106 Alphonso VI = Alfonso VI the Valient;
s(001); * before June 1040; † 29/6 1109;
King of Leon from 1065;
King of Castile from 1072 or 1073;

Agnes; * 1052; m(1) 1069; divorced 1077; † 1078 c.; d Duke William of Aquitania;
no children ;

Constance of Burgundy; * 1046; m(2) 8/5 1081; † 1093;
children :
1.   Urraca of Castile & Leon (004); * 1081; † 8/3 1126;
2.   Elvira; † young;

Bertha of Bourgogne; m(3) 1093; † 1097;
no children ;
Isabel; m(4) 1098 or 1099; † 1107;
children :
3.   Sancho de Castile; * 1098; † 1108;
4.   Sancha;
   m 1120 Count Rodrigo of Lara & Liebana; † 1143;
5.   Elvira Alfónsez; * 1100 c.; † 8/2 1135;
   m 1117 c. King Roger II of Sicily; † 26/2 1154;

Mistress Jimena Muņoz de Guzmán
Illegitimate children :
6.   Elvira; † after 1151;
   m 1094 (his 3rd wife) Count Raymond IV de Toulouse;

Unnoteed name of mother:
7.   Theresa; * 1070 or 1081; † 1/11 1130; ‡ Braga Cathedral; Queen of Portugal;
   m(1) before 24/8 1092 Henry of Burgundy; * 1066; † 1112;
   and also ruler of Portugal;
   m(2) or as mistress 1124 Count Fernando de Trava / Traba (also noted as Count of Trastamara);
Theresa was queen of Portugal 1112 and disposed 1128;
004 1081 1109-1126 Urraca;
d(003); * 1081; † 8/3 1126;
Queen of Castile from 1109;

Raimond of Bourgogne; † 1107; m(1) 1087 in Toledo;
child :
1.   Alfonso VII (005);
2.   Sancha; * 1102 c.; † 1159;

Alfons I of Aragon; m(2) 1109 in Burgos; (A04); marriage annulled 1114;

Count Peter of Lara; † 1130; m(3);
005 1105 1126-1157 Alphonso VII = Alfonso the Emperor;
s(004); * 1105; † 21/8 1157;
King of Galicia from 1112;
King of Castile from 1126;

Berengaria = Berenguela of Barcelona; * 1116; † 1149; m(1) 1128;
children:
1.   Sancho III; * 1134; † 1158; (006);
2.   Raimundo; * 1136; † 1151 c.;
3.   Ferdinand II; * 1137; † 1188; (007);
4.   Garcia; * 1142; † 1146 c.;
5.   Alfonso; * 1145; † 1149 c.;
6.   Sancha; * 5/8 1137; † 5/8 1179;
     m 20/7 1153 Sancho VI of Navarre (N015);
7.   Constance; * 1141; † 4/10 1160;
     m 18/11 1153 Louis VII of France;

Rixa = Richeza of Poland; † 1185; m(2) 1152; d Prince Wladislaw II of Krakow & Silesia;
children:
8.   Fernando; * 1153; † 1155 c.;
9.   Sancha of Castile; * 1155 c.; † 1208;
     m 1174 King Alfonso II of Aragon (A07);
By mistress Gontrada Perez;
child :
6.   Urraca, * 1126 c.; † 12/10 1189;
      m 1144 to Garcia VI of Navarre (N14);

At Alphonso VII's death the realm was divided between the sons in two the kingdoms of Castile and Leon. They were united again by Ferdinand III (011);
006 1134 1157-1158 Sancho III of Castile = Sancho the Desired;
s(005); * 1134; † 31/8 1158;
King of Castile from 1157;

Blanche; * 1133 c.; † 12/8 1156; m 30/1 1151; d Garcia VI of Navarre;
child :
1.   Alfonso VIII (008); * 1155; † 1214;
007 1137 1157-1188 Ferdinand II = Fernando II;
s(005); * 1137; † 22/1 1188;
King of Leon from 1157;

Urraca of Portugal; m(1) 1165; annulled 1175;
child:
1.   Alphonso IX (009);

Theresa; † 1180; m(2) 1176-1178; d Fernando de Trava;
child:
2.   Fernando; * 1179 c.; † 1187;

Urraca Lopez of Haro; † 1226 c.; m(3) May 1187; d Lope Diaz de Haro;
children :
3.   Sancho; * 1188; † 1220; m 1210 c. Teresa Diaz of haro;
4.   Garcia Fernandez; * 1181 c.; † 1184;

A daughter should have m King Alfonso I of Portugal;
008 1155 1158-1214 Alphonso VIII = Alfonso VIII the Noble;
s(006); * 1155; † 1214;
King of Castile from 1158;

Eleanor; * 1162; † 1214; m 1177; d Henry II of England;
children:
1.   Sancho; * 1181; † 1181;
2.   Fernando; * 1189; † 1211;
3.   Henry I of Castile (010);
4.   Berenguela; * 1180; † 1246;
     m(1) 1188 Duke Konrad von Hohenstaufen of Swabia (Germ. 025-6); m annulled;
     m(2) 1197 Alfonso IX (009);
5.   Sancha * 1182; † 1184;
6.   Urraca; * 1186; † 1220; m 1206 Alphonso II of Portugal;
7.   Blanca; * 1188; † 1252; m 1200 King Louis VIII of France;
8.   Mafalda; * 1192 c.; † 1204;
9.   Leonor; * 1202; † 1244; m 1221 King James I of Aragon (A09); m annulled 1229;
10.   Constanza; became a nun; † 1243;
009 1171 1188-1230 Alphonso IX of Leon = Alfonso the Slobberer = Alfons den Savlende;
s(007); * 1171; † 1230;
King of Leon from 1188;

Theresa of Portugal; * 1176 c.; † 1250; m(1) 1191; divorced 1198;
children:
1.   Fernando; * 1192 c.; † 1214;
2.   Sancha; * 1193 c.; † 1243 c.;
3.   Dulce; * 1194; † 1243 c.;

Queen Berenguela I of Castile (010A); * 1180; † 1246; m(2) 1197; d Alfonso VIII (008);
children :
4.   Fernando III of Castile and Leon, (011);
5.   Alfonso; * 1204; † 1272;
     m(1) 1222 Mafalda of Molina & Mesa; † 1242; they got:
     a) Fernando; * 1242 c.; † 1272 c.;
     b) Blanca; * 1240 c.; † 1293;
     m(2) 1244 Teresa;
     m(3) 1247 c. Mayor of Montealegre;
6.   Berenguela; * 1198;
     m 1224 Emperor John of Brienne, Constantinople;
7.   Constanza; * 1200; † 1242;
8.   Leonor; * 1202; † 1202;
010 1204 1214-1217 Henry I of Castile;
s(008); * 1204; † 1217;
King of Castile from 1214;

Mafalda of Portugal; * 1197 c.; † 1257; m 1215; divorced 1216; d King Sancho I of Portugal (Por. 003);
no children ;
010A - 1217-1217 Berenguela the Great of Castile;
Queen of Castile 1217; m King Alfonso IX of Leon, See (009) for details;
011 1199 1217-1252 Ferdinand III of Castile & Leon = Ferdinando III the Saint;
s(009); * Aug. 1201; † 30/05 1252;
King of Castile from 1217;
King of Leon from 1230;

Elisabeth of Hohenstaufen; * 1205; m(1) 30/11 1219; † 30/11 1235; d Philip of Swabia (Germ. 027);
children :
  1.   Alfonso X el Sabio; (012);
  2.   Fadrique; * 1224 c.; † 1277 executed;
     m 1274 c. Catherine; * 1248; † 1294 c.; d Despot Nikephoros Dukas Komnenos of Epirus;
  3.   Fernando; * 1227 c.; † 1243 c.;
  4.   Henry the Senator; * 1230 c.; † 1304 c.;
  5.   Filip; * 1231 c.; † 1274; became Archbishop of Seville;
     m(1) 1258 Christine of Norway (Nor.029-4); * 1234; † 1262;
     m(2) 1269 c. Leonor de Castro of Cigales; † 1275 c.;
  6.   Sancho; * 1233; † 1261; Archbishop of Toledo and Seville;
  7.   Juan Manuel = Emanuel of Castile; * 1234; † 25/12 1283;
     m(1) 1260 Constanza of Aragon (A09-8); * 1239; † 1269; they got:
     a) Alfonso; * 1260 c.; † 1276;
     b) Violante ; m Alfons, s Alfons III of Portugal;
     m(2) 1274 c. Beatrix of Savoy; † 23/02 1292; they got:
     c) Juan Manuel el Scritor; * 1282; † 1348; he married first:
        m(1) 1299 Isabel; d King James II of Majorca (M02); they got:
        i) Constanza; * 1315 c.; † 1345; m(1) King Alfonso XI of Castile;
        m(2) King Peter I of Portugal; they got:
        ii) Fernando; † 1350 c.; m 1346 Juana, d Ramon Berenguer of Aragon;
        iii) Juana; * 1339; † 1381; m 1350 King Henry II of Castile (017);
        m(3) Blancha de la Cerda; † 1347;
     d) Sancho: * 1283; † 1320 c.; m Maria de Castaneda;
  8.   Leonor; * 1232 c.; died in infancy;
  9.   Berenguela; * 1233 c.; † 1279; became a nun;
10.   Maria; * 1235 c; died in infancy;

Beatrice = Jeanne of Ponthieu; † 1279; m(2) 1237; d Simon of Dammartin, Count of Ponthieu; Louis IX's niece;
children :
11.   Fernando; * 1239; † 1269 c.;
12.   Louis; * 1243 c.; † 1269 c.;
13.   Leonor = Eleonor of Castile; * 1240 c.; † 28/11 1290; m King Edward I of England;
012 1221 1252-1284 Alphonso X = Alfonso the Wise;
s(011); * 23 or 26/11 1221; † 4/4 1284;
King of Castile from 1252;
King of Germany from 1257 to 1275;

Violante of Aragon; * 1236; † 1301; m 4/4 1248; d James I of Aragon (A09);
children :
1.   Fernando of la Cerda; * 1255 c.; † 1275;
     m 1268 Blanche of France; * 1253; † 1321 c.; d Louis IX (Fr. 009-7); they got:
     a) Alfonso of La Cerda; * 1270 c.; † 23/12 1324 c.;
     was bypassed for the succession of his young age and throne went to uncle;
     m 1294 c. Mafalda de Lunel; † 1348 c.; they got:
     i) Luis, Prince of the Canary Islands; * 1296 c.; † 1348;
     ii) Juan Alfonso; * 1304 c.; † 1348; m(1) Maria Affonsa; d King Diniz of Portugal;
     iii) Alfonso; * 1310 c.; † 1327;
     iv) Margarita; * 1300 c.; † 1330; m Felipe of Castile † 1327;
     v) Ines; * 1302 c.; † 1362;
     vi) Maria; * 1306; † 1354; m Alfonso Guzman † 1342;
     b) Fernando of Castile; * 1275; † 1322; m 1308 Juana Nunez * 1285; † 1351;
2.   Sancho IV (013); * 1258; † 1295;
3.   Peter Ledesma; * 1261 c.; † 1283; m 1281 Marguerite;
4.   Juan; * 1264 c.; † 1312; m(1) 1281 Margareta Isabella of Montferrat † 1286;
     m(2) 1287 Maria Diaz de Haro † 1342;
5.   Jaames Los Cameros; * 1268; † 128Ī;
6.   Berenguela; † 1253; became a nun;
7.   Beatriz; * 1254; † 1280 c.; m 1271 Margrave William VII of Montferrat;
8.   Violante; * 1270 c.; † 1308 c.; m Diego Lopez de Haro;
9.   Isabel; * 1272 c.; died in infancy;
10.   Leonor; * 1274 c.; died in infancy; illegitimate child ?;
11.   Martin Alfonso; became a monk;
12.   Beatrice Alfonso; * 1242; † 1308; m Alphonso III of Portugal;
13.   Urraca Alfonso; m Peter Nunez Guzman;
013 1258 1284-1295 Sancho IV of Castile = Sancho the Brave;
s(012); * 1258; † 1295;
King of Castile from 1284;

Maria Alfonsa; * 1260 c.; † 1321; d Alfonso of Castile;
children:
1.   Fernando IV (014); * 6/12 1285; † 7/9 1312;
2.   Alfonso; * 1286; † 1291;
3.   Henry; * 1288; † 1299;
4.   Peter of Castile; * 1290; † 1319;
     m Maria of Aragon † 1299; they got:
     a) Blanca; * 1315 c.; † 1375; m Peter I of Portugal;
5.   Felipe; * 1292; † 1327; m Margarita de La Cerda;
6.   Isabella; * 1283; † 1328;
     m(1) 1291 King James II of Aragon; annulled 1295;
     m(2) 1310 Duke John III of Brittany * 1286; † 1341;
7.   Beatrice; * 1293; † 1359; m 1309 Alphonso IV of Portugal;
014 1285 1295-1312 Ferdinand IV of Castile = Ferdinand the Summoned;
s(013); * 6/12 1285; † 7/9 1312;
King of Castile & Leon from 1295;

Constance of Portugal; * 1290; † 1313; m 1302; d Denis of Portugal;
children:
1.   Alphonso XI (015);
2.   Leonor; m 5/10 1319 James (A12-1);
015 1311 1312-1350 Alphonso XI of Castile = Alfonso the Just;
s(014):11/8 1311; † 26/3 1350 of plague;
King of Castile and Leon from 1312;

Constanza of Castile; * 1315 c.; † 1345; annulled 1327;
no children ;

Maria of Portugal; * 1313; † 1357; m(2) 1328; d King Alphonso IV of Portugal;
children :
  1.   Fernando; * 1332; † 1333;
  2.   Peter I of C&L (016);

Mistress Leonor de Medina Sidonia; * 1310; † 1351 murdered;
children :
  3.   Peter; * 1330; † 1338;
  4.   Sancho; * 1331; † 1344 c.;
  5.   Henry II of C&L (017);
  6.   Fadrique Alfonso; * 1333; † 1358 murdered;
  7.   Fernando Alfonso; * 1336; † 1343 c.;
  8.   Tello Alfonso; * 1337; † 1370;
  9.   Juan; * 1341; † 1359 murdered;
10.   Sancho, Count of Albuqverqve; * 1342; † 1374;
     m 1373 Beatrix; d of king Peter I of Portugal (Por009-4);
     they got:
      a) Eleonora † 1435, who
      m Ferdinand I of Aragon (A17);
11.   Peter of Aguilar; * 1345; † 1359 murdered;
12.   Juana;
016 1334 1350-1366
1367-1369
Peter I the Cruel = Pedro I el Cruel =
Peter I the Just = Pedro I el Justiciero
;
s(015); * 30/8 1334; † 23/3 1369 assassinated by his halfbrother Henry of Trastamara;
King of Castile and Leon 1350 to 1369 with a short break 1366-1367;

Engaged to Joan, the youngest daughter of King Edward III of England.
She died of the Black Death underways to Castile in 1348.

Blanche of Bourbon; * 1339; † 1361 poisoned; m(1) 1353; d Duke Peter of Bourbon;
no children ;

Maria de Padilla wife or mistress for life, she † 1361; m(2) 1353; d John Garcias de Padilla;
married secretly before first wife had died.
children :
1.   Alfonso; * 1359; † 1362;
2.   Beatriz; * 23/3 1354; † 1369; became a nun;
3.   Constance; * 1354; 24/3 1394;
   m 21/9 1371 John of Gaunt (Eng. 016-3.);
4.   Isabel; * 1355; † 23/11 1393;
   m 1/3 1372 Edmund Langley Plantagenet, Duke of York (Eng. 016-4.) 5/6 1341 - 1/8 1402;

Juana de Castro; m(3) 1354; † 1374; married while the two first wives were alive;
children :
5.   Juan of Castile; * 1355; † 1405;
   m Elvira of Eril;

illegitimate children with Maria de Henestrosa, Teresa de Ayala and Isabel de Sandoval.
017 1334 1366-1366
1369-1379
Henry II of Castile = Henry II of Trastamara = Henry the Bastard;
s(015); * 13/1 1334; † 29/5 1379;
King of Castile and Leon from 1369;

Juana of Lara & Vizcaya; * 1339; † 27/3 1381; m 27/7 1350; d Juan Manuel of Castilla (011-7c-iii);
children :
1.   John I of Castile; (018);
2.   Leonor; * 1363; † 5/3 1415;
   m 1375 King Charles III of Navarre (N28);
3.   Juana; * 1367 c.; † 1374 c.;

illegitimate children of which no les than 13 are known, one being :
Constance; m Johan of Portugal, son of King Peter I (Por009-3);
018 1358 1379-1390 John I of Castile;
s(017); * 20/8 1358; † 9/10 1390;
King of Castile and Leon from 1379;

Eleonor = Leonor of Aragon (A14-10); * 20/2 1358; † 13/8 1382; m(1); 18/6 1375;

Beatrice; * 1372; † 1409 c.; m(2) 1383; d Ferdinand I of Portugal;
children :
1.   Henry III (019);
2.   Fernando I of Aragon and Sicily; (A17);
3.   Leonor; * 1382; died in infancy;
3.   Miguel; * 1384; † 1385;
019 1379 1390-1406 Henry III = Henry the Infirm;
s(018); * 4/10 1379; † 25/12 1406;
King of Castile and Leon from 1390;

Catherine of Lancaster; * 6/6 1372 or 31/3 1373; † 2/6 1418; m 1393; d John of Gaunt and Constance;
children :
1.   John II (020);
2.   Maria; * 14/11 1401; † 4/9 1458; m 12/6 1415 King Alfonso V of Aragon (A18);
3.   Catalina; * 1403; † 19/10 1439; m 12/7 1420 Henry of Aragon (A17-3);
020 1405 1406-1454 John II;
s(019); * 6/3 1405; † 20/7 1454;
King of Castile and Leon from 1406;

Maria; * 1396; † 18/2 1445; m(1) 4/8 1420; d King Fernando I of Aragon;
children :
1.   Henry IV (021);
2.   Alfonso; * 15/11 1453; † 5/7 1468;
3.   Catalina; * 5/10 1422; † 17/9 1424;
4.   Leonor; * 10/9 1423; † 1425;
5.   Maria; * 1428 c.; † 1429 c.;
6.   Isabella (022);

Isabel of Portugal; * 1428 c.; † 15/8 1496; m(2) 17/8 1447;
021 1425 1454-1474 Henry IV of Castile = Henry the Impotent;
s(020); * 6/1 1425; † 11/12 1474;
King of Castile and Leon from 1454;

Blanca of Viana; * 9/6 1424; † 2/12 1464 poisoned; m(1) 16/9 1440; annulled 1453; d John II of Aragon (A19);
no children ;

Joanna; * 31/3 1439; † 13/6 1475; m(2) 1455; d King Edward of Portugal;
child:
1.   Juana = Johanne Donna Bertrandilla; * 28/2 1462; † 1530; engaged to Alphonso V of Portugal, marriage never took place;
022 1451 1474-1504 Isabella;
d(020); * 22/4 1451; † 26/11 1504; See also (A20);
Queen of Castile from 1474;
Co-ruler with husband from 1474;

Ferdinand V; m 1469; = Ferdinand V of Castile & Leon (A20);
child :
1.   Joanna of Castile (023);
023 1479 1504-1516 Joanna = Joan the Mad;
d(022); * 6/11 1479; † 12/4 1555; Insane; father Ferdinand = (025) ruled for her;
Queen of Castile from 1504;

Philip I of Habsburg (024); m 12/11 1496;
child :
1.   Charles I of Navarre (026);
024 1478 1504-1506
or
1506-1506
Philip I of Habsburg = Philip the Handsome;
s(Maximilian I of Germany); * 22/6 1478; † 25/9 1506;
King of Castile from 1504 or 1506;
Co-ruler with queen from 1504;
Duke of Brabant, Limbourg, Luxembourg, Gueldre;
Count of Bourgogne, Flanders, Hainaut;

Joanna = Juana of Castile = Joanna the Mad (023); * 6/11 1479; † 12/4 1555; m 12/11 1496;
children:
1.   Charles I of Castile (026), * 24/2 1500, † 21/9 1558;
2.   Ferdinand I of Austria * 1503; † 1564; See Germany 048;
3.   Eleanor, * 24/11 1498, † 18/2 1558;
     m(1) 7/3 1518 or 1519 King Manuel of Portugal, 1469-1521
     m(2) 1530 King Francis I of France, 1494-1547;
4.   Isabella, * 18/7 1501, † 19/1 1526;
     m 12/8 1515 Christian II of Denmark, 1481-1559;
5.   Maria, * 15 or 17/9 1505; † 18/10 1558;
     m 13/1 1522 Louis II of Hungary and Bohemia, 1506-1526;
6.   Katharina; * 14/1 1507, † 12/1 or 2 1578;
     m King John III of Portugal, 1502-1557;
025 =
A20
1452 1479-1516
1506-1516
Ferdinand II of Aragon = Ferdinand V of Castile & Leon;
= (A20); * 1452; † 1516;
King of Aragon 1479-1516;
King of Castile 1506-1516;

Isabella;
children:
1   Isabella; * 1470; † 1498;
     m(1) Alphonso of Portugal;
     m(2) Emanuel I of Portugal;
2.   Juan of Castile; * 1478; † 1497; m Margaret of Austria, 1480-1530;
3.   Mary; * 1482; † 1517; m Emanuel I of Portugal;
4.   Juana of Castile; † 1506;

Spain - the Habsburgers and Bourbons - 026 and up

No. Born Ruled King's name and relations
Queen's name and relations
026 1500 1516-1556 Charles I of Castile and Aragon = Charles V of Germany;
s(024); * 24/2 1500 at Prinsenhof in Ghent; † 21/9 1558;
Charles V of Holy Roman Empire 1519-1556.
Duke of Burgundy, Luxembourg, Brabant, Limbourg, Carinthia, Carniola, Styria;
King of Castile & Aragon 1516 to 1556;
King of Hungary;
King of Germany from 1519-1556;
King of Sicily from 1516 to 1556;
King of Naples 1516 to 1554;
Prince of Holland, Flanders, Hainaut;
Archduke of Austria as Charles I;
Known in France as Charles-Quint;
Abdicated 23/8 1556 or 7/7 1556 the imperial crown; had already 25/10 1555 abdicated the Netherlands;

Isabella of Portugal; * 24/10 1503; † 1/5 1539; m 10/3 1526; d King Manuel I of Portugal;
children:
1.   Philip II of Spain, (027) * 21/5 1527, † 13/9 1598;
2.   Ferdinand of Spain, * 1530, † 1530;
3.   Juan of Spain, * 1538, † 1538;
4.   Ferdinand, * 25/4 1539, † 1539;
5.   Isabella of Spain, * 1529, † 1529;
6.   Mary of Spain, * 21/6 1528,
     m 1548, † 26/2 1603; m Maximilian II, 1527-1576, (Germ. 049);
7.   Juana of Spain = Johanne, * 24/6 1537; † 7/9 1573;
     m 1552 Prince John of Portugal, 1537-1554; they got
     a) Sebastian; * 1554; King of Portugal 1557 (Por.017);

Born outside wedlock by:
Johanna van der Gheenst:
8.   Margaret of Parma = Margaret of Austria, * 1521/1522, † 18/1 1586;
     Governor general of the Netherlands 1559-1567;
     m(1) 1536 Alessandro de Medici, Duke of Florence, * 1510, † 1537;
     m(2) 1538 Ottavio Farnese, Duke of Parma, 1524-1586, duke from 1547,
     child of m(2) :
     Alessandro Farnese.

9.   John of Austria, * 24/2 1547, † 1/10 1578; mother unknown to me.
027 1527 1556-1598 Philip II the Prudent = Felipe II el Prudente;
s(026, Germany 047); * 21/5 1527, † 13/9 1598;
King of Spain as Philip II from 16/1 1556;
King of Naples from 1554;
King of Portugal as Philip I from 1580;
Duke of Brabant, Limbourg Philip II is registered as (147) in Germany.

Maria of Portugal = Mary of Portugal, * 15/10 1527; † 12/8 1545; m(1) 15/11 1543;
child :
1.   Carlos, Prince of Asturias, * 8/7 1545, † 24/7 1568;

Mary I, Queen of England, * 18/2 1516; † 17/11 1558; m(2) 25/7 1554;
no children ;

Elisabeth of France, * 22/11 1545; † 3/10 1568; m(3) 2/2 1560;
children :
2.   Isabella Clara Eugenia, * 12/8 1566, m 1599, † 1/12 1633; Stattholder of Netherlands;
     m Archduke Cardinal Albert of Austria, 1559-1621;
3.   Catalina Michaella, * 10/10 1567, m 1585, † 6/11 1597;
     m 11/3 1585 Duke Charles Emanuel of Savoy, * 12/1 1562; † 26/7 1630;

Anna of Austria, d Maximilian II of Germany; * 2/11 1549; † 26/10 1580; m(4) 12/11 1570; Philip's cousin;
children:
4.   Ferdinand of Spain, * 4/12 1571, † 18/10 1578;
5.   Carlos Lorenzo, * 12/8 1573, † 30/6 1575;
6.   Diego, * 12/7 1575, † 12/11 1582;
7.   Philip III; (028); * 14/4 1578, † 31/3 1621;
8.   Maria, * 14/2 1580, † 5/8 1583;

Philip had a further 4 registered children born out of wedlock.
028 1578 1598-1621 Philip III = Philip the Pious;
s(027); * 14/4 1578; † 31/3 1621;
King of Spain from 13/9 1598;
King of Portugal as Philip II;

Margaretha of Austria; * 25/12 1584; † 3/10 1611; m 18/4 1599; cousin; d Charles of Styria for Austria here;
children:
1.   Felipe IV (029); * 8/4 1605; † 17/9 1665;
2.   Carlos; * 14/9 1607; † 30/7 1632 of typhus;
3.   Fernando; * 16/5 1609; † 9/11 1641; Archbishop of Toledo, Stattholder Netherlands;
4.   Alfonso Maria; * 22/9 1611; † 16/9 1612;
5.   Anna Maria; * 22/9 1601; † 20/1 1666;
     m 25/11 1615 King Louis XIII of France;
6.   Maria; * 1/2 1603; † 1/3 1603;
7.   Maria Anna Margareta; * 18/8 1606; † 13/5 1646;
     m 20/2 1631 Emperor Ferdinand III;
029 1605 1621-1665 Philip IV = Philip the Great
s(028); * 8/4 1605; † 17/9 1665;
King of Spain and Valladolid as Philip IV from 31/3 1621;
King of Portugal as Philip III from 14/12 1640;

Isabella = Elisabeth of France, * 22/11 1602 or 1603; † 6/10 1644; m(1) 25/11 1615; d Henry IV (Fr. 029-6);
children:
1.   Maria, * 14/8 1621, † 15/8 1621;
2.   Margareta Maria Catalina, * 25/11 1624, † 22/12 1623 or 1624;
3.   Maria Eugenia, * 21/11 1625, † 21/7 1625 or 1627;
4.   Isabella Maria Teresa, * 31/10 1627, † 1/11 1627;
5.   Balthasar Carlos Prince of Asturias, * 17/10 1629 or 17/1 1636, † 9/3 or 9/10 1646;
6.   Francisco Fernando; * 12/3 1634; † 12/3 1634;
7.   Maria Ana Antonia, * 17/1 1636, † 5/12 1636;
8.   Maria Theresa, * 20/9 1638, † 30/7 1683; m 1660 Louis XIV of France;

Maria Anna of Austria, * 23/12 1634 or 1637; † 16/5 1696; m(2) 7/10 1649; d Ferdinand III of Germany;
children:
  9.   Margareta Maria Theresa, * 12/7 1651, † 12/3 1673; m 1666 Leopold I, (Germany054);
10.   Maria Ambrosia, * 1655, † 1655;
11.   Felipe Prosper, * 28/12 1657, † 1/11 1661;
12.   Tomas Carlos, * 23/12 1658, † 22/10 1659;
13.   Carlos II, (030); * 6/11 1661, † 1/11 1700; King of Spain;
030 1661 1665-1700 Charles II = Charles the Bewitched;
s(029); * 6/11 1661; † 1/11 1700;
King of Spain from 1665;

Marie Louise of France; * 26/4 1662; † 12/2 1689; m(1) 19/11 1679;

Maria Anna of Pfalz-Neuburg; * 28/10 1667; † 16/7 1740; m(2) 14/5 1690;
031 - 1700-1724
1724-1746
Philip V = Philip V of Anjou;
gs (Fr. 031) Louis XIV of France;
s (Fr. 131) Louis le Grand Dauphin 1661-1711;
* 19/12 1683; † 9/7 1746;
King of Spain from 1700, with break at 1724;
King of Naples from 1700-1713;
King of Sicily from 1700-1713;

Maria Luisa of Savoy; * 17/9 1688; † 14/2 1714; m(1) 3/11 1701; d King Victor Amadeus of Sicily (Norm. 085);
children :
1.   Louis I (032);
2.   Felipe Luis; * 2/7 1709; † 8/7 1709;
3.   Felipe Peter Gabriel; * 7/6 1712; † 29/12 1719;
4.   Ferdinand VI (033); * 23/9 1713; † 10/8 1759;

Elisabetha Farnese of Parma; * 25/10 1692; † 11/7 1766; m(2) 24/12 1714; heiress to the Duchy of Parma;
children :
5.   Charles III (034) - VII of Naples & Sicily (Norm. 087); * 20/1 1716; † 14/12 1788;
6.   Francisco; * 21/3 1717; † 21/4 1717;
7.   Maria Ana Vitoria; * 31/3 1718; † 15/1 1781;
      m 19/1 1729 King José I of Portugal (Por. 026);
8.   Filippo I, Duke of Parma; * 1720; † 1765;
9.   Maria Teresa Antoinetta Rafaela; * 11/6 1726; † 22/7 1746;
     m Dauphin of France (Fr. 032-3) (not checked);
10.   Luis Antonio Jaime; Archbishop of Toledo; *25/7 1727; † 7/8 1785;
11.   Maria Antoineta Fernanda; * 17/11 1729; † 19/9 1785;
     m 31/5 1750 King Vittorio Amedeo III of Sardinia;
032 1709 1724-1724 Louis I = Ludwig;
s(031); * 25/8 1707; † 31/8 1724;
King of Spain 1724;

Elizabeth of Orleans; * 11/12 1709; † 16/6 1742 or 1750; m 20/1 1722 or 1723;
033 1713 1746-1756 Ferdinand VI;
s(031); * 23/9 1713; † 10/8 1759;
King of Spain from 1746;

Barbara of Portugal; * 4/12 1711; † 27/8 1758; m 20/1 1729;
034 1716 1759-1788 Charles III = Carlos III;
s(031); * 20/1 1716; † 14/12 1788;
King of Spain from 10/8 1759;
King of Two Sicilies from 1735 to 1759 as Charles VII;
Duke of Parma from 1732 to 1735 as Charles I;
Abdicated Sicily 6/10 1756 to his son (034-9);

Maria Amalia of Saxony; * 24/11 1724; † 27/9 1760; m 19/6 1738;
d Frederik August II, Hertug af Sachsen (Tysk 048) = Frederick Augustus af Polen (Pol. PVI-104);
children:
1.   Maria Isabel Antoineta; * 6/9 1740; † 1/11 1742;
2.   Maria Josefa; * 20/1 1742; † 3/4 1742;
3.   Maria Isabel; * 30/4 1743; † 5/3 1749;
4.   Maria Josefa Carmela; * 6/7 1744; † 8/12 1801;
5.   Maria Luisa; * 24/11 1745; † 15/5 1792; m Emperor Leopold II of Germany;
6.   Felipe, Duke of Calabria; * 13/6 1747; † 19/9 1777; imbecile;
7.   Charles IV (035); * 11/11 1748; † 19/1 1819;
8.   Maria Teresa Antoineta; * 29/11 1749; † 30/4 1750;
9.   Fernando I/IV of Two Sicilies; * 18/1 1751; † 4/1 1825 (Norm. 088);
10.   Gabriel Antonio; * 11/5 1752; † 23/11 1788;
     m 8/5 1785 Mary Anne of Portugal (Por. 27-3.); they got:
     a) Prince Peter, 1786-1812, who m Theresa of Portugal (Por. 029-1.);
11.   Antonio Pacual Francisco; * 31/12 1755; † 20/4 1817;
     m niece Maria Amelia of Spain (035-4); no children ;
12.   Francisco Xavier Antonio; * 17/2 1757; † 10/4 1771;
035 1748 1788-1808 Charles IV = Carlos IV;
Names: Carlos IV Antonio Pascual Francisco Javier Juan Nepomuceno José Januario Serafin Diego;
s(034); * 11/11 1748; † 19/1 1819;
King of Spain from 1788 to 5/5 1808;

Maria Luisa of Bourbon-Parma; * 9/12 1751; † 2/1 1819; m 4/9 1765;
children:
1.   Charles Clemente; * 19/9 1771; † 7/3 1774;
2.   Carlota Joaquina = Charlotte; * 25/4 1775; † 7/1 1830;
     m 9/6 1785 King John VI of Portugal;
3.   Maria Luisa Carlota; * 11/9 1777; † 2/7 1782;
4.   Maria Amelia; * 9/1 1779; † 22/7 1798;
     m 25/8 1795 Antonio of Spain 1755-1817; her uncle (034-11);
5.   Carlos Domingo; * 5/3 1780; † 11/6 1783;
6.   Maria Luisa Josefina; * 6/7 1782; † 13/3 1824;
     m 25/8 1795 King Luigi of Etruria, Prince Bourbon Parma 1773-1803;
7.   Carlos Francisco; * 5/9 1783; † 11/11 1784;
8.   Felipe Francisco; * 5/9 1783; † 18/10 1784;
9.   Ferdinand VII (036); * 13/10 1784; † 29/9 1833;
10.   Carlos Maria Isidro Benito; * 29/3 1788; † 10/3 1855;
      m(1) 22/9 1816 Maria Francisca of Portugal (Port. 029-2) * 22/4 1800; † 4/9 1834; they got:
     a) Carlos Luis Maria Fernando; * 31/1 1818; † 13/1 1861; he m
       Princess Carolina of Bourbon Sicilies 1820-1861;
     b) Juan Carlos; * 15/5 1822; † 21/11 887; he m
       Archduchess Mria Beatrix of Austria Este 18224-1906;
      m(2) 20/10 1838 Maria Teresa of Portugal (Port. 029-1) * 29/4 1793; † 17/1 1874;
11.   Maria Isabel; * 6/7 1789; † 13/9 1848;
     m(1) 15/1 1839 King Francesco I of the Two Sicilies 1777-1830 (Norm. 089);
     m(2) 15/1 1839 Count Francesco del Balzo 1805-1882;
12.   Maria Teresa Felipina; * 16/2 1791; † 2/11 1794;
13.   Felipe; * 1791; † 1794;
14.   Felipe Maria Frabcisco; * 28/3 1792; † 1/3 1794;
15.   Francisco de Paula; * 10/3 1794; † 13/8 1865;
     m(1) 12/6 1819 Princess Luisa Bourbon Sicilies; * 1804; † 1844; (Norm. 089-3); they got:
     a) Francisco de Asis Luis; * 6/5 1820; † 15/11 1821;
     b) Francisco de Asis (035-15-b); * 13/5 1822; † 13/4 1902;
       he m Queen Isabella II (038);
     c) Henry Maria Fernando; * 17/4 1823; † 12/3 1870;
     a total of twelve children;
     m(2) 1851 morganatically Teresa Arredondo † 29/12 1863;
036 1784 1808-1808
1814-1833
Ferdinand VII;
s(035); * 13/10 1784; † 29/9 1833;
King of Spain from 1784;

Maria Antonia Bourbon-Sicilies; * 14/12 1784; † 21/5 1806; m(1) 6/10 1802;
Maria Isabella; * 29/5 1797; † 26/12 1818; m(2) 29/9 1816, d King John VI of Portugal (Po.029-3.);
child :
1.   Maria Luisa Isabella I; * 21/8 1817; † 9/1 1818;

Josepha of Saxony; * 6/12 1803; † 17/5 1829; m(3) 20/10 1819;

Maria Christina of Bourbon Sicilies; * 27/4 1806; † 13/9 1878; m(4) 11/12 1829; d King Francesco I (Norm. 089-4);
children :
2.   Maria Isabel II Luisa (038); * 10/10 1830; † 9/4 1904;
3.   Maria Luisa Fernanda; * 30/1 1832; † 2/2 1897;
     m 10/10 1846 Duke Antoine d'Orleans of Montpensier * 31/7 1824; † 4/2 1890;
037 - 1808-1814 Joseph Bonaparte;
038 1830 1833-1868 Isabella II = Isabella the Glorious;
d(036); * 10/10 1830; † 9/4 1904;
Queen of Spain from 1833;
Deposed 30/9 1868;
Abdicated 25/6 1870;

Francisco de Asis (035-15-b); * 13/5 1822; † 13/4 1902; m 10/10 1846; her cousin;
child :
1.   Fernando of Asturias; * 11/7 1850; † 11/7 1850;
2.   Maria Isabel; * 20/12 1851; † 23/4 1931;
     m 13/5 1868 Prince Gaetano of Bourbon Sicilies 1846-1871;
3.   Maria Christina; * 5/1 1854; † 7/1 1854;
4.   Alfonso XII (040); * 28/11 1857; † 25/11 1885;
5.   Maria de la Concepcion; * 26/12 1859; † 21/10 1861;
6.   Maria del Pilar; * 4/6 1861; † 5/8 1879;
7.   Maria de la Paz Juana; * 23/6 1862; † 4/12 1946;
     m 2/4 1883 Prince Ludwig Ferdinand of Bavaria 1859-1949;
8.   Maria Eulalia Francisca; * 12/2 1864; † 8/3 1958;
     m 6/3 1886 Duke Antonio d'Orleans 1866-1930;
9.   Francisco de Asis Leopoldo; * 24/1 1866; † 14/2 1866;
039 1845 1870-1873 Amadeus of Savoy = Amadeo I of Saboya;
s King Victor Emanuel II of Sardinia from 1849 and of Italy from 1861; * 1854; † 1890;
King of Spain from 1870;

Maria Victoria; * 1847; † 1876; m(1) 1867; d Duke Charles Emanuel of Cisterna;
children :
1.   Duke Emanuel Philibert of Aosta; * 1869; † 1931; m 1895 Helen of Paris 1871-1951;
2.   Count Victor Emanuel of Torino; * 1870; † 1946;
3.   Duke Louis of Abruzzi; * 1873; † 1933;

Princess Laetitia of napoleon; * 1866; † 1926; m(2) 1888;
child :
4.   Count Humbert of Salemi; * 1889; † 1918 in battle;
040 1857 1874-1885 Alfonso XII;
s(038); * 28/11 1857; † 25/11 1885;
King of Spain from 1874;

Maria Mercedes d'Orleans; * 24/6 1860; † 26/6 1878; m(1) 23/1 1878;
children :
1.   Maria de las Mercedes; * 11/9 1880; † 17/10 1904;
     m 14/2 1901 Prince Charles Bourbon Sicilies 1870-1949;
2.   Maria Theresa Isabel; * 12/11 1882; † 23/9 1912;
     m 12/1 1906 Prince Ferdinand of bavaria 1884-1958;
3.   Alfonso XIII (041); * 17/5 1886; † 28/2 1941;
041 1886 1886-1931 Alfonso XIII;
s(040); * 17/5 1886; † 28/2 1941;
King of Spain from 1886;
Fled Spain 14/4 1931;
Abdicated 15/1 1941;

Princess Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg; * 24/10 1887; † 1969; m 31/5 1906;
children:
1.   Alfonso Pio Cristino; * 10/5 1907; † 6/9 1938;
     m(1) 21/6 1933 Edelmira Ocejo & Robato 1906-1994; divorced 1937;
     m(2) 3/7 1937 Marta Rocafort & Altazarra 1913-1993; divorced 1937;
2.   James Luitpold; * 23/6 1908; † 20/3 1975;
     m(1) 4/3 1935 Emanuela de Dampierre 1913-; divorced 1947;they got:
       a) Alfonso Jaime Marcelino, Duke of Cadiz & Anjou; * 20/4 1936; † 30/1 1989;
       b) Gonzalo Victor Alfonso; * 5/6 1937; m(1) and m(2);
     m(2) 3/8 1949 Charlotte Tiedemann 1919-1979;
3.   Beatriz Isabel Federica; * 22/6 1909;  22/11 2002;
     m 14/1 1935 Prince Alessandro Torlonia di Civitelli Cesi; * 7/12 1911; † 12/5 1986;
4.   Maria Christina Teresa; * 12/12 1911; † 23/12 1996;
     m 10/6 1940 Count Henry Marone; * 15/3 1895; † 23/10 1968;
5.   Juan Carlos Teresa; * 20/6 1913; † 1/4 1993;
     m 12/10 1935 Princess Maria de la Mercedes of Bourbon Sicilies 1910-2000; they got:
       a) Maria del Pilar Alfonsa; * 30/7 1936;
       b) Juan Carlos Pablo Alfonso (042); * 5/1 1938;
       c) Margarita Maria de la Victoria; * 6/3 1939;
       d) Alfonso Cristino Teresa; * 3/10 1941; † 29/3 1956 accident;
6.   Gonzaolo Manuel Maria Bernardo; * 24/10 1914; † 13/8 1934;

Four illegitimate children :
  7.   Roger de Vilmorin; * 1915;
  8.   Joan Alfonsa; * 1916;   9.   Teresa; * 1926;
10.   Leandro; * 1929;
042 1938 1975- Juan Carlos;
gs(041) s (041-3); * 5/1 1938;
King of Spain from 2/11 1975;

Sophia of Greece and Denmark; * 2/11 1938; m 12/5 1962;
children :
1.   Elena Maria Isabella; * 20/12 1963;
2.   Christina Friederika Victoria; * 13/6 1965;
3.   Felipe juan Pablo Alfonso; * 30/1 1968;




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