House of Hanover Family Tree   Royal Descendants | Alfred to Elizabeth II | Wessex | Normans | Plantagenet | Tudor | Scottish | Stuart | Hanover | Windsor   << Previous TreeMouse over images and click for informationNextTree >>

House of Hanover Family Tree Royal Descendants | Alfred to Elizabeth II | Wessex | Normans | Plantagenet | Tudor | Scottish | Stuart | Hanover | Windsor << Previous TreeMouse over images and click for informationNextTree >>

Hohenzollern Castle,Germany (origin of the mightiest Royal Family apart from the Hanoverians and the Wittelsbacher Germany) The Hohenzollern: German Emperors,Prussian Kings,Margraves of Brandenburg and Nuremberg (once upon a time, of course).

Hohenzollern Castle,Germany (origin of the mightiest Royal Family apart from the Hanoverians and the Wittelsbacher Germany) The Hohenzollern: German Emperors,Prussian Kings,Margraves of Brandenburg and Nuremberg (once upon a time, of course).

King George I (1714-1727). House of Hanover. 6th great-grandfather to Elizabeth II. Reign: 12 yr, 10 mos, 9 days and succeeded by son, George II.

King George I (1714-1727). House of Hanover. 6th great-grandfather to Elizabeth II. Reign: 12 yr, 10 mos, 9 days and succeeded by son, George II.

George III.  George III was a cultured king who had fifteen children and was the first of the Hanoverian Kings to have been born in Britain.  He is known for suffering periods of ‘madness’ and losing the American colonies. However, he was also an active patron of the arts and sciences with a keen interest in architecture and agricultural developments.

George III. George III was a cultured king who had fifteen children and was the first of the Hanoverian Kings to have been born in Britain. He is known for suffering periods of ‘madness’ and losing the American colonies. However, he was also an active patron of the arts and sciences with a keen interest in architecture and agricultural developments.

I'm so excited to share this: The first ever photograph of Queen Victoria! Taken in 1844, she is seen here with her eldest child, the Princess Royal. ♥

I'm so excited to share this: The first ever photograph of Queen Victoria! Taken in 1844, she is seen here with her eldest child, the Princess Royal. ♥

Queen Victoria in 1840 at age 21. This may be the earliest photograph ever taken of her. It is unknown if this is a daguerreotype or a calotype.

Queen Victoria in 1840 at age 21. This may be the earliest photograph ever taken of her. It is unknown if this is a daguerreotype or a calotype.

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