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Scottish monarchs' family tree

This is a family tree for the kings of Scotland, since the unification under the House of Alpin in 834, to the personal union with England in 1603 under James VI of Scotland. It includes also the Houses of Dunkeld, Balliol, Bruce, and Stewart.

See also: List of Scottish monarchs - Scotland - History of Scotland - British monarchs - British monarchs family tree - English monarchs family tree

Contents

  • House of Alpin 1
  • Houses of Dunkeld, Sverre, Balliol and Bruce 2
  • House of Stewart 3
  • References 4

House of Alpin

Houses of Dunkeld, Sverre, Balliol and Bruce

Note: Thia chart also includes the kings from the Houses of Sverre (Margaret); Balliol (John I); and Bruce (Robert I, David II)

House of Stewart

References

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