Princess Anne (of England)1

F, #10421, b. 2 November 1709, d. 13 January 1759
Father*King George II (of England)1 b. 30 Oct 1683, d. 25 Oct 1760
Mother*Caroline (?)1 b. 1 Mar 1683, d. 20 Nov 1737
Relationship12th cousin 7 times removed of Robert Michael Damon
Reference9GFP-H3
     Princess Anne (of England) was born on 2 November 1709 in Herrenhausen, Hannover, Prussia.2,3 She was the daughter of King George II (of England) and Caroline (?).1 Princess Anne (of England) married Prince Willem IV (of Orange), son of Prince Jan Willem (of Orange).1 Princess Anne (of England) died on 13 January 1759 in 's Gravenhage, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands, at age 49.2,3 She was buried on 23 February 1759 in Delft, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands.2
     Anne's mother Caroline (?) died on 20 November 1737 at St. James' Palace, Westminster, Middlesex, England.2 Princess Anne (of England) became the mother of Caroline (?) in 1743.3 Princess Anne (of England) became the mother of Prince Willem V (of Orange) in 1748.3 Princess Anne (of England) became a widow with the death of her husband, Prince Willem IV (of Orange) in 1751.3

Family

Prince Willem IV (of Orange) b. 1711, d. 1751
Children
Last Edited17 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. [S211] The Hanoverians 1714-1837, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/hanover.pdf. Hereinafter cited as The Hanoverians.
  2. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.
  3. [S214] European Monarchs: Relationships between Queen Elizabeth II and other European sovereigns, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/europe.pdf. Hereinafter cited as European Monarchs.

Prince Willem IV (of Orange)1

M, #10422, b. 1711, d. 1751
Father*Prince Jan Willem (of Orange)1 b. 1687, d. 1711
     Prince Willem IV (of Orange) was born in 1711.1 He was the son of Prince Jan Willem (of Orange).1 Prince Willem IV (of Orange) married Princess Anne (of England), daughter of King George II (of England) and Caroline (?).2 Prince Willem IV (of Orange) died in 1751.1
     He was titled Prince of Orange.2 Prince Willem IV (of Orange) was also known as Prince William IV (of Orange).2 Willem IV's father Prince Jan Willem (of Orange) died in 1711.1 Prince Willem IV (of Orange) became the father of Caroline (?) in 1743.1 Prince Willem IV (of Orange) became the father of Prince Willem V (of Orange) in 1748.1

Family

Princess Anne (of England) b. 2 November 1709, d. 13 January 1759
Children
Last Edited14 Jul 2003

Citations

  1. [S214] European Monarchs: Relationships between Queen Elizabeth II and other European sovereigns, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/europe.pdf. Hereinafter cited as European Monarchs.
  2. [S211] The Hanoverians 1714-1837, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/hanover.pdf. Hereinafter cited as The Hanoverians.

Princess Amelia Sophia Eleanor (of England)1,2

F, #10423, b. 10 June 1711, d. 31 October 1786
Father*King George II (of England)2 b. 30 Oct 1683, d. 25 Oct 1760
Mother*Caroline (?)2 b. 1 Mar 1683, d. 20 Nov 1737
Relationship12th cousin 7 times removed of Robert Michael Damon
Reference8CFL-87
     Princess Amelia Sophia Eleanor (of England) was born on 10 June 1711 in Herrenhausen, Hanover, Prussia.1 She was the daughter of King George II (of England) and Caroline (?).2 Princess Amelia Sophia Eleanor (of England) died on 31 October 1786 at Cavendish Square, London, England, at age 75.1
     Amelia Sophia Eleanor's mother Caroline (?) died on 20 November 1737 at St. James' Palace, Westminster, Middlesex, England.1 Amelia Sophia Eleanor's father King George II (of England) died on 25 October 1760 in Kensington, London, England.1
Last Edited17 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.
  2. [S211] The Hanoverians 1714-1837, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/hanover.pdf. Hereinafter cited as The Hanoverians.

Princess Caroline Elizabeth (of England)1,2

F, #10424, b. 31 May 1713, d. 28 December 1757
Father*King George II (of England)2 b. 30 Oct 1683, d. 25 Oct 1760
Mother*Caroline (?)2 b. 1 Mar 1683, d. 20 Nov 1737
Relationship12th cousin 7 times removed of Robert Michael Damon
Reference8CFL-9D
     Princess Caroline Elizabeth (of England) was born on 31 May 1713 in Herrenhausen, Hanover, Prussia.1 She was the daughter of King George II (of England) and Caroline (?).2 Princess Caroline Elizabeth (of England) died on 28 December 1757 at St. James Palace, Westminster, Middlesex, England, at age 44.1
     Caroline Elizabeth's mother Caroline (?) died on 20 November 1737 at St. James' Palace, Westminster, Middlesex, England.1
Last Edited17 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.
  2. [S211] The Hanoverians 1714-1837, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/hanover.pdf. Hereinafter cited as The Hanoverians.

Princess Mary (of England)1

F, #10425, b. 22 February 1723, d. 14 January 1772
Father*King George II (of England)2 b. 30 Oct 1683, d. 25 Oct 1760
Mother*Caroline (?)2 b. 1 Mar 1683, d. 20 Nov 1737
Relationship12th cousin 7 times removed of Robert Michael Damon
Reference8CFL-F3
     Princess Mary (of England) was born on 22 February 1723 at Leicester House, Westminster, Middlesex, England.1 She was the daughter of King George II (of England) and Caroline (?).2 Princess Mary (of England) married Frederick II (of Hesse-Cassel).3 Princess Mary (of England) died on 14 January 1772 in Hanau, Hessen Nassau, Prussia, at age 48.1 She was buried on 1 February 1772 in Hanau, Hessen Nassau, Prussia.1
     Mary's mother Caroline (?) died on 20 November 1737 at St. James' Palace, Westminster, Middlesex, England.1 Mary's father King George II (of England) died on 25 October 1760 in Kensington, London, England.1
Last Edited12 Mar 2004

Citations

  1. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.
  2. [S211] The Hanoverians 1714-1837, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/hanover.pdf. Hereinafter cited as The Hanoverians.
  3. [S180] Royal Genealogies, online //www.ac.wwu.edu/~stephan/Rulers/, hanover.html.

Princess Louisa Hanover1

F, #10426, b. 7 December 1724, d. 19 December 1751
Father*King George II (of England)1 b. 30 Oct 1683, d. 25 Oct 1760
Mother*Caroline (?)1 b. 1 Mar 1683, d. 20 Nov 1737
Relationship12th cousin 7 times removed of Robert Michael Damon
Reference9GFL-WQ
     Princess Louisa Hanover was born on 7 December 1724 at Leicester House, Westminster, Middlesex, England.2 She was the daughter of King George II (of England) and Caroline (?).1 Princess Louisa Hanover was christened on 22 December 1724 at Leicester House, Westminster, Middlesex, England.2 She married King Frederik V (of Denmark & Norway), son of King Christian VI (of Denmark & Norway) and Queen Magdalene (Sofie) (of Denmark), on 11 December 1743 in Christiansborg, Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark.2,1 Princess Louisa Hanover died on 19 December 1751 in Christiansborg, Denmark, at age 27.2 She was buried in Domkirke, Roskilde, Copenhagen, Denmark.2
      Princess Louisa Hanover was also known as Queen Louisa (of Denmark & Norway).2 Louisa's mother Caroline (?) died on 20 November 1737 at St. James' Palace, Westminster, Middlesex, England.2 Princess Louisa Hanover became the mother of Prince Christian (of Denmark & Norway) on 7 July 1745.2 Princess Louisa Hanover became the mother of Queen Sofia Magdalena (of Sweden) on 3 July 1746.2 Louisa's son Prince Christian (of Denmark & Norway) died on 3 June 1747.2 Princess Louisa Hanover became the mother of Princess Karoline (Wilhelmina) (of Denmark & Norway) on 10 July 1747.2 Princess Louisa Hanover became the mother of King Christian VII (of Denmark) on 29 January 1749.2 Princess Louisa Hanover became the mother of Princess Luise (of Denmark & Norway) on 30 January 1750.2

Family

King Frederik V (of Denmark & Norway) b. 31 March 1723, d. 14 January 1766
Children
Last Edited22 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. [S211] The Hanoverians 1714-1837, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/hanover.pdf. Hereinafter cited as The Hanoverians.
  2. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.

King Frederik V (of Denmark & Norway)1

M, #10427, b. 31 March 1723, d. 14 January 1766
Father*King Christian VI (of Denmark & Norway)1 b. 30 Nov 1699, d. 6 Aug 1746
Mother*Queen Magdalene (Sofie) (of Denmark)1 b. 28 Nov 1700, d. 27 May 1770
Reference9GFL-VK
     King Frederik V (of Denmark & Norway) was born on 31 March 1723 in K2benhavn Slot, K2benhavn, K2benhavn, Denmark.1 He was christened on 31 March 1723 in K2benhavn Slot, K2benhavn, K2benhavn, Denmark.1 He was the son of King Christian VI (of Denmark & Norway) and Queen Magdalene (Sofie) (of Denmark).1 King Frederik V (of Denmark & Norway) married Princess Louisa Hanover, daughter of King George II (of England) and Caroline (?), on 11 December 1743 in Christiansborg, Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark.1,2 King Frederik V (of Denmark & Norway) married Queen Juliane Marie (of Denmark) on 8 July 1752 in Frederiksborg, Denmark.1 King Frederik V (of Denmark & Norway) died on 14 January 1766 at Christiansborg Slot, K2benhavn, K2benhavn, Denmark, at age 42.1 He was buried in Domkirke Roskilde, K2benhavn, Denmark.1
      King Frederik V (of Denmark & Norway) was also known as King Frederick V (of Denmark).2 He was titled King of Denmark (Frederick V).2 He became King of Denmark.2 King Frederik V (of Denmark & Norway) became the father of Prince Christian (of Denmark & Norway) on 7 July 1745.1 King Frederik V (of Denmark & Norway) became the father of Queen Sofia Magdalena (of Sweden) on 3 July 1746.1 Frederik V's father King Christian VI (of Denmark & Norway) died on 6 August 1746 in K2benhavn, K2benhavn, Denmark.1 Frederik V's son Prince Christian (of Denmark & Norway) died on 3 June 1747.1 King Frederik V (of Denmark & Norway) became the father of Princess Karoline (Wilhelmina) (of Denmark & Norway) on 10 July 1747.1 King Frederik V (of Denmark & Norway) became the father of King Christian VII (of Denmark) on 29 January 1749.1 King Frederik V (of Denmark & Norway) became the father of Princess Luise (of Denmark & Norway) on 30 January 1750.1 King Frederik V (of Denmark & Norway) became a widower with the death of his wife, Princess Louisa Hanover on 19 December 1751 in Christiansborg, Denmark, at age 27.1 King Frederik V (of Denmark & Norway) became the father of Prince Frederik (of Denmark & Norway) on 11 October 1753.1

Family 1

Princess Louisa Hanover b. 7 December 1724, d. 19 December 1751
Children

Family 2

Queen Juliane Marie (of Denmark) b. 4 September 1729, d. 10 October 1796
Child
Last Edited27 Apr 2004

Citations

  1. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.
  2. [S211] The Hanoverians 1714-1837, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/hanover.pdf. Hereinafter cited as The Hanoverians.

Princess Augusta (of England)1

F, #10428, b. 31 July 1737, d. 23 March 1813
Father*Prince Frederick Lewis (of Wales)2 b. 31 Jan 1707, d. 31 Mar 1751
Mother*Augusta (of Saxe-Gotha-Altenberg)2 b. 30 Nov 1719, d. 8 Feb 1772
Relationship13th cousin 6 times removed of Robert Michael Damon
Reference8CDS-LN
     Princess Augusta (of England) was born on 31 July 1737 at St. James's Palace, Westminster, Middlesex, England.1 She was the daughter of Prince Frederick Lewis (of Wales) and Augusta (of Saxe-Gotha-Altenberg).2 Princess Augusta (of England) was christened on 29 August 1737 at St. James's Palace, Westminster, Middlesex, England.1 She married Charles William (of Brunswick).3 Princess Augusta (of England) died on 23 March 1813 in Hanover Square, Westminster, Middlesex, England, at age 75.1 She was buried on 31 March 1813 at St. George's Chapel, Windsor, Berkshire, England.1
     Augusta's father Prince Frederick Lewis (of Wales) died on 31 March 1751 at Leicester House, London, England.1,2 Augusta's mother Augusta (of Saxe-Gotha-Altenberg) died on 8 February 1772 at Carlton House, Westminster, Middlesex, England.1
Last Edited12 Mar 2004

Citations

  1. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.
  2. [S211] The Hanoverians 1714-1837, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/hanover.pdf. Hereinafter cited as The Hanoverians.
  3. [S180] Royal Genealogies, online //www.ac.wwu.edu/~stephan/Rulers/, hanover.html.

King George III Hanover of England1,2

M, #10429, b. 24 May 1738, d. 29 January 1820
Father*Prince Frederick Lewis (of Wales)2 b. 31 Jan 1707, d. 31 Mar 1751
Mother*Augusta (of Saxe-Gotha-Altenberg)2 b. 30 Nov 1719, d. 8 Feb 1772
Relationship13th cousin 6 times removed of Robert Michael Damon
Reference1VG5-T2N
     King George III Hanover of England was born on 24 May 1738 at Norfolk-House, St. James Square, London, England.1 He was the son of Prince Frederick Lewis (of Wales) and Augusta (of Saxe-Gotha-Altenberg).2 King George III Hanover of England was christened on 4 June 1738 at Norfolk House, Westminster, Middlesex, England.1 He married Margaret Frances Sheldon, daughter of William Sheldon and Margaret Frances Disney.1 King George III Hanover of England married Hannah Lightfoot, daughter of Mathew Lightfoot and Mary Wheeler, on 17 April 1759.1 King George III Hanover of England married Sophia Charlotte (of Mecklenburg-Strelitz), daughter of Charles Louis Frederick (of Mecklenburg) and Duchess Elizabeth Albertin, on 8 September 1761 at St. James's Palace.1,2 King George III Hanover of England died on 29 January 1820 at Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England, at age 81.1 He was buried on 16 February 1820 in Windsor, Berkshire, England.1
      George III was the longest reigning of male British monarchs. Born on June 4, 1738, he was the son of Frederick, Prince of Wales, and the grandson of George II. He succeeded his grandfather in 1760, his father having died in 1751. George had high but impractical ideas of kingship. On his accession he sought to rule without regard to party, to banish corruption from political practice, and to abandon the Hanoverian n preoccupations of his predecessors. The chief minister chosen to implement his new system of politics, the third earl of Bute (1713-92), however, was an unpracticed politician who merely y succeeded in disrupting the established politics of the day without creating a viable alternative. The result was 10 years of ministerial instability and public controversy, which ended only in 1770with the appointment of Frederick, Lord North, an able and congenial minister. Although never an autocratic monarch in the sense that his opponents contended, George III was always a powerful force in politics. He was a strong supporter of the war against America, and he viewed the concession of independence in 1783 with such detestation that he considered abdicating his throne. At the same time he fought a bitter personal feud with the Whig leader Charles James Fox, and his personal intervention brought the fall of the Fox-North ministry in 1783. He then found another minister, William Pitt, the Younger, who suited him. Even as late as 1801he preferred, however, to force Pitt to resign as prime minister rather than permit Catholic Emancipation, a measure that he interpreted as contrary to his coronation oath to uphold the Church of England. After 1801 George III was increasingly incapacitated by an illness, sometimes identified as porphyria, that caused blindness and senility. His recurring bouts of insanity became a political problem and ultimately compelled him to submit to the establishment of a formal Regency in 1811.The regent was his oldest son, the future George IV, one of 15 children borne him by his wife, Charlotte Sophia of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. George III was bitterly criticized by Whig historians of his own and later days. But 20th-century scholarship has somewhat redressed the balance, and he is now seen as a strong-minded but public-spirited monarch who perhaps ascended the throne at an overly young and impressionabl e age. He learned quickly, however, and developed into a shrewd and sensible statesman, although one of conservative views. To the court he brought a sense of public duty and private morality that proved popular in a society already being transformed by the evangelical revival. He showed considerable interest in agricultural improvement and was an avid collector of paintings and books. The best loved of the Hanoverian rulers, he enjoyed a personal reputation that stood his house in good stead during the disastrous reign of his son George. George III died on J an. 29, 1820.1 He became the father of George Rex in 1750.1 George III's father Prince Frederick Lewis (of Wales) died on 31 March 1751 at Leicester House, London, England.1,2 King George III Hanover of England became King of England in 1760 replacing King George II (of England).2 King George III Hanover of England became the father of King George IV Hanover of England on 12 August 1762.1 King George III Hanover of England became the father of Duke Frederick Hanover of York on 16 August 1763.1 King George III Hanover of England became the father of King William IV (Henry) Hanover of England on 21 August 1765.1 King George III Hanover of England became the father of Charlotte Augusta Matilda Hanover on 29 September 1766.1 King George III Hanover of England became the father of Edward Augustus (of Hanover) on 2 November 1767.1 King George III Hanover of England became the father of Augusta Sophia Hanover on 8 November 1768.1 King George III Hanover of England became the father of Elizabeth Hanover on 22 May 1770.1 King George III Hanover of England became the father of King Ernest Augustus I (of Hanover) on 5 June 1771.1 George III's son was married at wedding of George Rex and Margaret Kepler in 1772 in Bucks Couny, Pennsylvania.1 George III's mother Augusta (of Saxe-Gotha-Altenberg) died on 8 February 1772 at Carlton House, Westminster, Middlesex, England.1 King George III Hanover of England became the father of Duke Augustus Frederick (of Sussex) on 27 January 1773.1 King George III Hanover of England became the father of John Stuart Talbot on 27 April 1773.1 King George III Hanover of England became the father of Duke Adolphus Hanover of Cambridge on 24 February 1774.1 King George III Hanover of England became the father of Mary Hanover on 25 April 1776.1 King George III Hanover of England became the father of Sophia Hanover on 2 November 1777.1 King George III Hanover of England became the father of Octavius Hanover on 23 February 1779.1 King George III Hanover of England became the father of Alfred Hanover on 22 September 1780.1 George III's son Octavius Hanover died on 3 May 1783 at Kew Palace.1 King George III Hanover of England became the father of Amelia Hanover on 7 August 1783.1 George III's son Alfred Hanover died on 20 August 1783 in Windsor, Berkshire, England.1 George III's daughter Amelia Hanover died on 2 November 1810 in Windsor, Berkshire, England.1 George III's son was married at wedding of Edward Augustus (of Hanover) and Victoria Mary Louisa (of Saxe-Coburg) on 11 July 1818 in England.1,2 King George III Hanover of England became a widower with the death of his wife, Sophia Charlotte (of Mecklenburg-Strelitz) on 17 November 1818 at Kew Palace, Kew, at age 74.1 King George III Hanover of England was replaced as King of England by King George IV Hanover of England in 1820.2 George III's son Edward Augustus (of Hanover) died on 23 January 1820 in Sidmouth, Devon, England.1,2

Family 1

Hannah Lightfoot b. 12 October 1730
Child

Family 2

Sophia Charlotte (of Mecklenburg-Strelitz) b. 19 May 1744, d. 17 November 1818
Children

Family 3

Margaret Frances Sheldon b. circa 1742, d. 14 May 1846
Child
Last Edited17 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.
  2. [S211] The Hanoverians 1714-1837, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/hanover.pdf. Hereinafter cited as The Hanoverians.

Prince Edward Augustus (of England)1,2

M, #10430, b. 14 March 1739, d. 17 September 1767
Father*Prince Frederick Lewis (of Wales)2 b. 31 Jan 1707, d. 31 Mar 1751
Mother*Augusta (of Saxe-Gotha-Altenberg)2 b. 30 Nov 1719, d. 8 Feb 1772
Relationship13th cousin 6 times removed of Robert Michael Damon
Reference9GFN-9W
     Prince Edward Augustus (of England) was born on 14 March 1739 at Norfolk House, Westminster, Middlesex, England.1 He was the son of Prince Frederick Lewis (of Wales) and Augusta (of Saxe-Gotha-Altenberg).2 Prince Edward Augustus (of England) was christened on 11 April 1739 at Norfolk House, Westminster, Middlesex, England.1 He died on 17 September 1767 in Monaco at age 28.1 He was buried in England.1
     He was titled Duke of York (Edward).2 Edward Augustus's father Prince Frederick Lewis (of Wales) died on 31 March 1751 at Leicester House, London, England.1,2
Last Edited17 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.
  2. [S211] The Hanoverians 1714-1837, online http://www.royal.gov.uk/history/trees/hanover.pdf. Hereinafter cited as The Hanoverians.