Friday, April 27, 2018

Queen of France

148 Kings from the Era of Henry IV of England

Kyrenia Castle, King James I of Cyprus
Genealogy update: 500 years
from Henry IV of England; 1500 to around 1000 A.D.

My chartwork Kingdom info was obtained from, via Gedcom, etc.

Discoveries via the public Gedcom; (prior I gathered all my kingdoms via online weblinks only)

Well, I found many surname (genetic) links to the actual Kingdoms.
Cousin Info:
A few families inner-married as cousins, most likely as was the fashion to retain more of their royal bloodlines. So, instead of only a few possible surnames leading to the kings. There are some of my cousins ancestors sharing kingdoms also, like a diamond pattern, where the last generation (me), is at the bottom of the diamond, and the top is the king.
There are even further line shares to be found, as the gedcom database is not completely finished.
**My genetic link data number is higher over the long term, because of the multiple crowns shared, per Monarch.
My added-in 600+ king number, is a number of shared-kings between my 8 great-grandparents surnames, over approx. 500 yrs..

Shared Crowns with Surnames: "Double & Triple Crowns, Etc"

In example Henry IV has a double crown, whereas King Edward III holds 10+ crowns...(ie. my original Thomas line ie., holds 4 different surname lines to the one crown. When 5 kings in a row share 10 crowns+ each, it equates to 5 generations of kings which = 50 genetic* "royalty holds". A period of rule of approx. 300-400 years.
1 king and 1 crown only is actually a very slim genetic "royalty hold". Still royalty though. & yes, I know of course we share many other surnames, but my gosh the kings, queen consorts, were the rulers in a major time in history. Therefore of importance even in our present day.
**In the spreadsheet; I included a count of genetically held crowns, as well as approx. number of Kings.

Genetic Dominance and the Rebirth of Royalty

Therefore, all-in-all, it may appear I've become somewhat domesticated through the years. Away from the fallout away from the Kingdoms from Europe.
Yet, my independent "caring dominance" & drive; for the future of our World, cannot be diminished. As the ancestry lines have naturally effected my: health, figure, personality and even truthful abides & rights of conduct.
I am not saying that every one of your siblings will fall into the "rulership line", however, they're naturally predisposed to leadership. Due to the powerful effects of "Rule" on the body, and eventually the genes inherited. So, yes former Kings and Queens are reborn in a sense. & I was simply the first to "Claim France", during my long duree living in France.
There are other Kingdoms in the World to Claim, the map is still wide-open for the game of "Monarchy". However, because I gave out the idea, I don't believe a "Great" ruler, would materialize, merely a copier. So, technically, I'm bummed out, that so many didn't naturally jump at the opportunity, to share their "outstanding say" with the World.
On an equality note: as time progresses, from Democracy itself, more non-royals will build into leadership roles, than before, thereby strengthening their gene pools into natural leadership skills also.
Ancestor surnames often share crowns, ;
ie., Alfonso II of Aragon : 12 Crowns: Baker, Thomas (4), Sevey (2), Vaux (2), Williams, Aguirre, Fontaine (surnames above are my ggrandparents, which further surname to the kings)
therese vaux #of crowns chart
My mother "Mary Queen of England & France"; still wins in "The most crowns in Europe game",
vs my father by just a few. due to the Denmark Kings..
Year dates to Kings: are approx to be within 50 yrs.
Please note the Henry age! Nearly all countries with King named Henry*. My fathers middle name, & gg-grandfathers first name, "The Henry namesake" carried since 1100 AD.