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1.3 The Royal House of Hanover Relation to McKinnon's

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References:
1.0 A Brief Overview of McKinnon Royal Ancestry
1.1 The Royal House of Stewart or Stuart Relation to McKInnon's
1.1 Generations 7 and 8

After the death of Queen Ann of Great Britain, succession became a serous concern. Ann had no surviving offspring. It was necessary to find a Protestant survivor of the STEWART House. As a result, we must now go backwards in time to find that lineage. Return again to James I King of England and VI of Scotland. For a more complete analysis go to "1.1 The Royal House of Stewart or Stuart Relation to McKinnon's" Generations 7 and 8.

Generation I
King James STEWART I of England and VI of Scotland born Jun 19 1566 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland and died Mar 27 1625 in Theobalds Park, Hertfordshire, England married to Ann OLDENBURG Princess of Denmark born Dec 12 1574 and died Mar 2 1619. Issue of James and Ann were three children including Elizabeth STEWART Electress of Palatine and Queen of Bohemia born Aug 19 1596 in Dunfermine, Fife, Scotland and died Feb 3 1661 in Leicester House, London, England.

Generation II
Elizabeth STEWART Electress of Palatine and Queen of Bohemia b Aug 19 1596 in Dunfermine, Fife, Scotland and d Feb 3 1661 in Leicester House, London, England and m to Frederick Elector of Palatine b Aug 26 1596 in Jagdchloss, Dienschwang, Amberg, Upper Palatine and d Nov 29 1632 in The Hague, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands. Issue of Elizabeth and Frederick were fourteen children including Sophia Electress of Bohemia b Oct 13 1630 in Waasenaer Hague, Netherlands and d Jun 8 1714 in Hanover, Stadt Hannover, Niedersauchsen, Germany

Generation III
Sophia Electress of Bohemia b Oct 13 1630 in Waasesnaer Hague, Netherlands and d Jun 8 1714 in Hanover, Stadt Hannover, Niedersauchsen, Germany m to Ernest Augustus GUELPH of Brunswick b Nov 20 1629 in Herxberg, Germany and d Jan 23 1698 in Schloss Herenhausen, Hanover, Germany. Issue of Sophia and Ernest were nine children including George Louis GUELPH King George I of Great Britain b May 28 1660 in Stadt, Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany and d Jun 11 1727 in Stadt, Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany. Although George acquired the throne of Great Britain, he never spent time in Great Britain. He was aware of the complexities of the British Parliament and chose to remove himself. During his ascension to the crown, the Scottish Jacobites were busy trying to place a Scottish Catholic Stewart to the Throne.

Generation 1 The first of the Royal British Hanover's
George Louis Guelph King George I of Great Britain b May 1660 in Stadt, Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany and d Jun 11 1727 in Stadt, Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany m to Sophia Dorothea of Celle Luneberg Sep 5 1666 in Celle, Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany and d Nov 13 1726 in Schloss Ahlden, Hannover. Niedersachsen, Germany. Issue of George and Sophia were two children including George GUELPH II King of Great Britain b Oct 30 1683 in Herrenhausen, Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany and d Oct 25 1760 in Kensington, London, England.

Generation 2
George GUELPH II King of Great Britain b Oct 30 1683 in Herrenhausen, Hannover, Niedesachsen, Germany and d Oct 25 1760 in Kensington, London, England m to Wilhelmina Caroline of Anspach Mar 1 1682 in Anspach, Germany and d Nov 20 1737 in England. Issue of George and Wilhelmina were eight children including Prince of Wales Frederick Louis GUELPH b Jan 20 1707 in Hannover, Stadt-Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany and d Mar 31 1751 Leicester House, London, England.

Generation 3
Prince of Wales Frederick Louis Guelph b Jan 20 1707 in Hannover, Stadt-Hannover, Niedersachsen, Germany and d Mar 31 1751 in Leicester House, London, England and m to Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha b Nov 30 1719 and d Feb 8 1772. Issue of Frederick and Augusta were nine children including King George GUELPH III of England b Jan 4 1738 in Norfolk House, St. James Square, London, England and d Jan 29 1820 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England. George III suffered from mental disease most of his adult life. He was also plagued by war including the American Revolution

Generation 4
King George GUELPH III of England b Jan 4 1738 in Norfolk House, St. James Square, London, England and d Jan 29 1820 in Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire m to Princess Sophia Charlotte of Mecklenberg-Strelitz b May 19 1744 and d Nov 17 1818. Issue of George and Sophia were sixteen children including two future Kings of England, (1) King George GUELPH IV of Great Britain b Aug 12 1762 in Buckingham House, London, England and d Jun 26 1830 in Windsor House, London, England and (2) William GUELPH IV King of Great Britain b Jun 5 1771 in Buckingham House, London, England and d Nov 8 1851 in Windsor Castle, Berkshire, London, England.

Generation 5.1
King George Guelph IV of Great Britain b Aug 12 1762 in Buckungham House, London, England and d Jun 26 1830 in Windsor House, London, England and m to Caroline of Brunswick b May 17 1768 Brunswick, Braunschweign Niedersauchsen, Germany and d Aug 7 1821 in Hammersmith, London, England. Issue of George and Caroline was a daughter who did not ascend to the throne.

Generation 5.2
William GUELPH IV King of Great Britain b Jun 5 1771 in Buckingham House, London, England and d Nov 8 1851 in Windsor Castle, Berkshire, London, England m to Princess Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningin b Aug 13 1792 in Meiningen, Thunngia, Germany and d Dec 2 1849 in Berthley Priory, Middlesex, London, England. Issue of William and Adelaide were two daughters who did not ascend to the throne.

Generation 6
A third son Of King George III of Great Britain and Sophia was Edward Augustus GUELPH Duke of Kent and Straethern b Nov 2 1767 in Buckingham House, London, England and d Jan 23 1828 in Sidmouth, Devon, England and m to Princess Victoria of Sax-Coburg Saalfeld b Aug 17 1786 in Saxe Coburg, Gotha, Theuringen, Germany and d Mar 16 1861 in Windsor, Berkshire, England. Issue of Augustus and Victoria was a daughter Victoria GUELPH Queen of Great Britain b May 24 1819 in Kensington Palace, London, England and d Jan 22 1901 in Osborne House, Isle Wight, England.

Generation 6
Victoria GUELPH Queen of Great Britain b May 24 1819 in Kensington Palace, London, England and d Jan 22 1901 in Osborne House, Isle of Wight, England m to Prince Albert Augustus WETTIN of Saxe-Coburg Saalfeld b Aug 26 1819 in Schloss Rosenau, Near Coburg, Germany and d Dec 14 1861 in Windsor Castle, London, England. Issue of Victoria and Albert were eight children including King Edward WETTIN VII of Great Britain b Nov 8 1841 in Buckingham Palace, Westminster, Middlesex, London, England and d May 6 1910 in Buckingham Palace, London, England

Generation 7
Edward WETTIN VII King of Great Britain b Nov 8 1841 in Buckingham Palace, Westminster, Middlesex, London, England and d May 6 1910 in Buckingham Palace, London, England m to Alexandra of Denmark b Dec 1 1844 and d Nov 20 1925. Issue of Edward and Alexandra were six children including King George WETTIN V of The United Kingdom. King George V started the House of Windsor, so this ends The House of Hanover although King Edward was a Wettin rather than GUELPH. The Royals of Britain will be taken up again beginning with King George V as the Windsors.

Surnames: GUELPH MCKINNON OLDENBURG STEWART WETTIN
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