The British Royal Family Trees
British Royal Family Tree welcomes you- I hope that you will enjoy exploring this site and find it helpful and informative.The information I have provided is not exhaustive but there are useful resource links on each Royal House or Member page for those who need to research to a greater depth. At this time the site is still in construction and some pages still have content to be added, so if there is anything that you feel you would like to see that may add to your enjoyment please use the contact us link to contact me. You may also wish to consider building your own family tree and I have a section giving tips and advice at build your own family tree which I hope will encourage you to discover your own lineage. You never know , you may well find that you are one of over 100,000 people who claim to be related to King Henry VII and therefore part of the extended British Royal Family Tree!
Prince George Alexander Louis Windsor was Christened on the 23rd October at a private ceremony in the Chapel Royal, St James Palace with just twenty two members of the Royal Family in attendance and baptised by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Rev Justin Welby.
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The Kingdom of Great Britain came into being in 1707 which was as a result of the political union of England and Scotland under the monarch at the time, Queen Anne . Since the union there have been three officially recognised Royal Houses. The British Royal Family Tree can be divided into three branches, The House of Hanover (1714-1901), The House of Saxe-Coburg & Gotha (1901-1917) and the present house, The House of Windsor (1917 – present day) which is technically part of the Saxe Coburg Gotha house. However for historical interest The House of Stuart,(1603- 1689 & 1702-1714) The House of Orange (1689-1702) and perhaps one the most most famous houses in British history, The House of Tudor (1485-1603) have also been included.
The Kingdom of Scotland had been in personal union under the House of Stuart since the 24th of March 1603. James Stuart, who had succeeded separately to the thrones of Scotland as King James VI and then to England as King James I, proclaimed himself as “King of Great Brittaine, France and Ireland” on the 20th of October 1604. However, Scotland and England were still legally countries in their own right until 1707 when the United Kingdom of Great Britain was formed on the 1st of May 1707 with the merger of the Kingdom of England and the Kingdom of Scotland. On the 1st of January 1801, Great Britain then merged with the Kingdom of Ireland to form the “United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland”. After most of Ireland left the union on 6 December 1922, the title was amended on the 12th of April 1927 to “The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland” which is how it remains today.
From it’s inception in 1701 there have been 12 monarchs of Great Britain and the United Kingdom (the Monarchy of the United Kingdom), and from the reign of King Henry VII there have been 23. You can find more information by clicking on the menus above or looking at the British Royal Family Trees that I have created for you under each Royal house.