The Nobility of the Kingdom of Jerusalem

Posted: 31st October 2017

The Nobility of the Kingdom of Jerusalem.

The Claimants to the Kingdoms of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus

Jerusalem was the centre of the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem in 1099 until the Mameluke conquered it in 1291. The title of King of Jerusalem was mainly used and claimed by the Hapsburg of Austria, the Savoy of Italy and by the Kings of Spain until the beginning of the 20th century, and by the Kings of Naples and the Two Sicilies until 1861, as well as by the Russian Tsar. There were other claims, as the Tsars of Russia also claimed some rights to Jerusalem, though this was generally acknowledged as perhaps not the closest or most direct claim. There were also some less clear claimants from the apparently ended and very mysterious line of Conrad of Montferrat and the Cornaro Claim of the Ancient Venice-Cyprus line, and more obscure Byzantine claims.

PRINCIPAL LINES OF SUCCESSION TO THE KINGDOM OF JERUSALEM, ARMENIA AND CYPRUS

The first Kings of Jerusalem 1099-1284

The titular Kings of Jerusalem:

  1. The Lusignan dynasty and the Serene Republic of Venice until 1797
  2. The Savoy line, later Kings of Sardinia then of Italy until 1946
  3. The Anjou line, later Dukes of Lorraine, Holy Roman Emperors and Emperors of Austria until 1918
  4. The Bourbon Sicilies line, Kings of Two Sicilies until 1860
  5. The Kings of Spain

FULL AND COMPLETE LIST OF THE KINGS OF JERUSALEM, ARMENIA AND CYPRUS

By default, all people mentioned in this list are or were considered Kings of Jerusalem. Some were also Kings of Armenia or Cyprus, at the same time or not.

Godefroi de Bouillon, 1099-1100. Brother of:

Baudouin I de Boulogne, 1100-1118, 1st Count of Edessa 1098-1100, crowned 25/12/1100

Baudouin II de Rethel, 1118-1131, 2nd Count of Edessa 1100-1118

Foulques d'Anjou, 1131-1143, Count Foulques V of Anjou. Father of:

Baudouin III d'Anjou, 1143-1162. Brother of:

Amaury I d'Anjou, 1162-1174, X 1 Agnes de Courtenay, 2 Marie Commene. Father of:

Baudouin IV, 1174-1185

Baudouin V, 1185-1186

Guy de Lusignan,

1186-1192, also King of Cyprus 1192-1194, Count of Jaffa 1180, Bailiff of Jerusalem 1183, +Nicosia, Cyprus end of 1194, X Jerusalem 4/1180 Sybille, Countess of Jaffa (X 1 Guillaume de Montferrat), daughter of King Amaury I by Agnes de Courtenay.

Conrad de Montferrat, 1190-1192

Henri I de Champagne, 1192-1197, Count Henri II of Champagne 1181-1197

Amaury II, 1197-1205, also King of Cyprus 1194-1205, Count of Jaffa 1193, Constable of Jerusalem 1181-1197, Chamberlain of Jerusalem 1175-1178, +(poisoned) Acre 1/4/1205, X 1 1175 Echive, daughter of Baudouin Ibelin by Richildis de Bethsan, 2 1198 Isabelle daughter of King Amaury by Marie Commene.

Marie de Montferrat, Queen of Jerusalem 1205-1210. Daughter of King Conrad and wife of:

Jean de Brienne, 1210-1225, X 1214 Isabelle or Stephanie, +1220, daughter of Leon I, King of Armenia by Sybille (daughter of King Amaury II by Isabelle, herself daughter of King Amaury I). Father in law of:

Frederic, 1225-1243, also Holy Roman Emperor Frederic II 1212-1250, X Yolande de Brienne, daughter of King Jean. Father of:

Conrad II, 1243-1254, Holy Roman Emperor Conrad IV 1250-1254. Father of:

Conradin de Hohenstaufen 1254-1268, (titular) also King of Sicily 1266-1268, Duke of Swabia, +(beheaded) Naples 1268

Lusignan then Venice line for the Kingdoms of Armenia, Jerusalem and Cyprus

Hugues d'Antioche, 1284 (but crowned 1269), also King Hugues III of Cyprus 1267-1284, Regent of Jerusalem 1264-1267, Regent of Cyprus 1261-1267, °c1240, +Tyr 24/3/1284, X Nicosia, Cyprus 23/1/1255 Isabelle, daughter of Guy Ibelin, Constable of Cyprus, by Isabelle Barlais. Father of:

Jean II, 1284-1285, also King Jean I of Cyprus 1284-20/5/1285, °1259, +Nicosia, Cyprus 20/5/1285. Brother of:

Henri II, 1285-1291, King of Cyprus 1285-deposed 1306 and 1310-31/7/1324, °1270, +Stovilo 31/7/1324, X Nicosia, Cyprus 16/10/1317 Constance (X 2 1331 Leon IV, King of Armenia, +1341, 3 Jean de Lusignan), daughter of Frederic d'Aragon, King of Sicily by Eleonore d'Anjou, of the Kings of Naples

Hugues II de Lusignan, was too King Hugues IV of Cyprus 31/7/1324-1359, Constable of Cyprus 1318-1324, °c1294, +Nicosia, Cyprus. Son of Guy de Lusignan, Constable of Cyprus by Echive Ibelin and father of:

Pierre I de Lusignan, also King of Cyprus 1359-1369 (crowned 1360), King of Armenia 1368-1369, Count of Tripoli 1347-1358, °9/10/1328, +(killed) Nicosia, Cyprus 16-17/1/1369, X 1 1342 Echive, daughter of Rupert de Montfort by Echive Ibelin, 2 1353 Eleonore de Aragon, +Barcelona 1417, daughter of Pedro de Aragon by Jeanne de Poix. Father of:

Pierre II de Lusignan, reigned too as King of Cyprus 1369-1392, °1357, X Valentine Visconti, daughter of Barnabo Visconti, Lord of Duke of Milan

Jacques I de Lusignan, also King of Jerusalem and King of Cyprus 1382-1398, King of Armenia 1396-1398. Son of King Hugues II and father of:

Janus de Lusignan, (titular) King of Jerusalem, King of Cyprus and Armenia 1398-1432, (titular) Prince of Antioch 1392-1398, °Genoa c1374/1375, +Nicosia, Cyprus 29/6/1432, X 1 (annulled) Nicosia, Cyprus 1400 Anglesia or Heloïse Visconti, daughter of Barnabo Visconti, Lord or Duke of Milan, 2 Nicosia, Cyprus 15/1/1422 Charlotte de Bourbon, daughter of Jean de Bourbon, Count of La Marche by Catherine de Vendome. Father of:

Jean I de Lusignan, (titular) King of Jerusalem, King Jean II of Cyprus and Armenia 1432-1458, (titular) Prince of Antioch 1418-1432, engaged to Hedwige, daughter of Ladislas, King of Poland, X 1 Nicosia 3/6/1440 Medee, +Nicosia, Cyprus 13/9/1440, daughter of Gian Giacomo Palaeologus, Marquess of Montferrat by Jeanne of Savoy, 2 10/2/1442 Helene Palaeologus, daughter of the Despot of Mistria. Father (by Helene Palaeologus) of:

Charlotte de Lusignan, (titular) Queen of Jerusalem and Armenia, Queen of Cyprus 1458-1464, ceded by will her rights to the Kingdoms of Jerusalem, Cyprus and Armenia to the House of Savoy, (titular) Princess of Antioch 1456-1458, °1443, +Rome 16/7/1487, X 1 Nicosia, Cyprus 1456 Jean de Portugal, titled (titular) Prince of Antioch, +(poisoned), X 2

Louis of Savoy, (titular) King of Jerusalem and Armenia, King of Cyprus 1458-1464 (crowned 7/10/1459), exiled c1460, Duke of Savoy 1434-1465, °1436, +1482

Jacques II de Lusignan, (titular) King of Jerusalem and Armenia, King of Cyprus 1460-1473, Archbishop of Nicosia before 1460, °c1438/1439, +Famagusta, Cyprus 10/7/1473. Illegitimate son of King Jean III by Marietta de Patras and husband (X Famagusta, Cyprus 11/1472) of:

Catarina Cornaro, (titular) Queen of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus 1473-abdicated 1498, Lady of Asolo 1498-...., declared Daughter of Venice and surnamed Catarina Veneta by the Serene Republic of Venice in order for the Republic to inherit her rights to the three kingdoms, in the event of extinction of the Lusignan family, °1454, +Venice 10/7/1510 (descendant of the Dukes of the Archipelago and of the Commene of Trebizond) and mother of:

Jacques III de Lusignan, (titular) King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus 1473-1474, °Famagusta, Cyprus 28/7/1473, +Famagusta, Cyprus 26/7/1474

The Serene Republic of Venice, (titular) Queen of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus 1498-1797

The Savoy line for the Kingdoms of Jerusalem, Cyprus and Armenia:

Charles I, (titular) King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus 16/7/1487-1490, Duke Charles I of Savoy 1482-1490, +1490. Son of Amadeus IX, Duke of Savoy (son of King Louis by Queen Charlotte de Lusignan) and father of:

Charles II, King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus, Duke Charles II of Savoy 1490-1496, +1496

Philip de Baugé, King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus, Duke Philip II of Savoy 1496-1497, +1497. Son of King Louis by Queen Charlotte de Lusignan and father of:

Philbert, King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus, Duke Philbert II of Savoy 1497-1504, +1504, X Marguerite of Austria, Governor of the Low Countries 1507-1530, +1530 (X 1 Don Juan of Spain), daughter of Maximillian I, Holy Roman Emperor by Marie, Duchess of Burgundy. Brother of:

Charles, (titular) King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus, Duke Charles III of Savoy 1504-1553, +1553, X Beatriz of Portugal, Countess of Asti 1531, +1538, daughter of Manoel of Portugal. Parents of:

Emmanuel Philbert, (titular) King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus, Duke of Savoy 1553-1580, +1580. Father of:

Charles Emmanuel I, (titular) King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus, Duke of Savoy 1580-1630, +1630. Father of:

Victor Amadeus I, (titular) King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus, Duke of Savoy 1630-1637, +1637, X Christine of France. Father of:

François Hyacinth, (titular) King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus, Duke of Savoy 1637-1638, +1638. Brother of:

Charles Emmanuel II, (titular) King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus, Duke of Savoy 1638-1675, +1675, X 1 1663 Françoise d'Orléans, °1648, +1664, daughter of Gaston of France, Duke of Orléans, 2 1655 Maria Giovanna of Savoy Nemours, °1644, +1724, daughter of Charles Amadeus, Duke of Savoy Nemours by Elisabeth de Vendôme. Father (by Françoise d'Orléans) of:

HM Victor Amadeus II, (titular) King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus, King of Sardinia 1720-1730, King of Sicily 1713-1720, Duke of Savoy 1675-1730, °1666, +1732, X 1 1684 Anne d'Orléans, °1669, +1728, daughter of Philippe of France, Duke of Orléans, 2 1729 Anne Thérèse de Spigno, °1678, +1769 (X 1 Ignace, Count of San Sebastian), daughter of François Maurice Canali, Count of Cumiana. Father (by Anne d'Orléans) of:

HM Charles Emmanuel III, (titular) King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus, King of Sardinia, Duke of Savoy 1730-1773, °1701, +1773, X 1 1722 Christine Louise of Sulzbach, °1704, +1723, daughter of Theodore, Count Palatine of Sulzbach, 2 1724 Polyxene of Hesse Rheinfels Rothenburg, °1706, +1735, daughter of Ernest Leopold, Landgrave of Hesse Rheinfels Rothenburg, 3 1737 Elisabeth of Lorraine, °1711, +1741, daughter of Leopold, Duke of Lorraine. Father (by Polyxene of Hesse Rheinfels Rothenburg) of:

HM Victor Amadeus III, (titular) King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus, King of Sardinia, Duke of Savoy 1773-1796, °26/6/1726, +1796, X 1750 Infant Marie of Spain, °1729, +19/9/1785, daughter of HM Philip V, King of Spain. Parents of:

HM Charles Emmanuel IV, (titular) King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus, King of Sardinia, Duke of Savoy 1796-1802, °24/5/1751, +1819, X 27/8/1775 Clotilde of France, °23/9/1759, +1802, daughter of Louis, Dauphin of France. Full brother of:

HM Victor Emmanuel I, (titular) King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus, King of Sardinia, Duke of Savoy 1802-abdicated 1821, °24/7/1759, +1824, X 23/4/1789 HIRH Imperial Pcess and Archduchess Marie Therese of Austria, °1/11/1773, +1832, daughter of HIRH Imperial Pce and Archduke Ferdinand of Austria, Duke of Modena by Marie Beatrice d'Este (daughter of Hercule III d'Este, Duke of Modena). Full brother of:

HM Charles Felix, (titular) King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus, King of Sardinia, Duke of Savoy 13/3/1821-1831, °5/4/1765, +1831, X 1807 Christine of Bourbon, Pcess of Two Sicilies, °17/1/1779, +1849, daughter of HM Ferdinand IV of Naples, King Ferdinand III of Sicily, later King Ferdinand I of Two Sicilies.

HM Charles Albert, (titular) King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus, King of Sardinia, Duke of Savoy 27/4/1831-abdicated 23/3/1849, °29/10/1798, +28/7/1849, X 30/9/1817 HIRH Imperial Pcess and Archduchess Therese of Austria, Pcess of Tuscany, °21/3/1801, +12/1/1855, daughter of HIRH Ferdinand II, Grand Duke of Tuscany by HRH Pcess Louise of Bourbon Two Sicilies. Son of Charles Emmanuel, Pce of Savoy Carignan by Pcess Marie of Saxony and parents of:

HM Victor Emmanuel II, (titular) King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus, King of Italy 1861-1878, King of Sardinia, Duke of Savoy 1849-9/1/1878, °14/3/1820, +9/1/1878, X 1 12/4/1842 HIRH Imperial Pcess and Archduchess Adelaide of Austria, °3/6/1822, +20/1/1855, 2 7/11/1869 (morganatic) Rose Vercellone, Countess Mirafiori and Fontanafredda 11/4/1859, °3/6/1833, +27/12/1885. Father (by HIRH Imperial Pcess and Archduchess Adelaide of Austria) of:

HM Umberto I, (titular) King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus, King of Italy, King of Sardinia, Duke of Savoy 1878-29/7/1900, °Turin 14/3/1844, +(killed) Monza, Italy 29/7/1900, X 22/4/1868 HRH Pcess Margherita of Savoy Genoa, °20/11/1851, +4/1/1926, daughter of Ferdinand of Savoy, Duke of Genoa by Elisabeth of Saxony. Parents of:

HM Victor Emmanuel III, (titular) King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus, King of Italy, King of Sardinia, Duke of Savoy 1900-deposed 1946, King of Albania 16/4/1939-1943, Emperor of Ethiopia 9/5/1936-1943, °Naples 11/11/1869, +1947, X Rome 24/10/1896 HRH Pcess Elena Petrovitch Niegoch of Montenegro, °Cetinje, Montenegro 8/1/1873, +1952, daughter of HM Nicolas I, King of Montenegro by Milena Vucotitch. Parents of:

HM Umberto II, (titular) King of Jerusalem, Armenia and Cyprus, King of Italy, King of Sardinia, Duke of Savoy 9/5/1946, Pce of Piedmont, °Castle of Racconigi 15/9/1904, +18/3/1983, X Rome 8/1/1930 HRH Pcess Marie-José of Belgium, Duchess in Saxony, Pcess of Saxe Cobourg et Gotha, °Ostend, Belgium 4/8/1906, +Geneva, Switzerland 27/1/2001, daughter of HM Albert I, King of the Belgians, by HRH Duchesse Elisabeth in Bavaria

The title of King of Jerusalem is apparently not used any more by the heir of HM King Umberto II

The Anjou line for the Kingdom of Jerusalem

Marie d'Antioche, (titular) Queen of Jerusalem, daughter of Bohemond IV, Prince of Antioch by Melisende (daughter of King Amaury II by Isabelle, herself daughter of King Amaury I) sold her rights to:

Charles I d'Anjou, also King of Sicily 1266-1282, King of Naples 1266-1285, Duke of Anjou 1246-1285

Charles II, also King of Naples and Sicily 7/1/1285-5/5/1305, Prince of Salerna, Duke of Anjou 1285-1290.

Charles III, (titular) King of Jerusalem, Duke of Anjou 1285-1325, Count of Valois

Philippe, (titular) King of Jerusalem 1325-1332, King Philippe VI of France 1328-1350, Count of Anjou 1325-1332, Count of Valois

Jean, (titular) King of Jerusalem and Duke of Anjou 1332-1356, King Jean II of France 1350-1364

Louis I, (titular) King of Jerusalem and Duke of Anjou 1356-1384

Louis II, (titular) King of Jerusalem and Duke of Anjou 1384-1417

Louis III, (titular) King of Jerusalem and Duke of Anjou 1417-1434

Rene, (titular) King of Jerusalem and Duke of Anjou 1434-1480, Duke of Lorraine 1431-1453

Jean II, (titular) King of Jerusalem and Duke of Lorraine 1453-1470

Nicolas, (titular) King of Jerusalem and Duke of Lorraine 1470-1473

Rene II de Vaudemont, (titular) King of Jerusalem and Duke of Lorraine 1473-1508. Son of Yolande (daughter of King Rene)

The title of King of Jerusalem was abandoned until 1700 when reassumed by Holy Roman Emperor Leopold I as descendant of (titular) King Rene II

Hapsburg Lorraine line (by succession to the Anjou Kings of Hungary and to the Dukes of Lorraine)

HRH Leopold, (titular) King of Jerusalem c1700-1729, Duke of Lorraine 1697-1729, Duke of Teschen 1722-1729. Father of:

HM François I, (titular) King of Jerusalem 1729-1765, Holy Roman Emperor 1745-1765, Grand Duke of Tuscany 1737-1765, Duke of Lorraine 1729, °1708, +1765, X 1736 HM Marie Therese of Austria, Queen of Bohemia and Hungary 1740-1780, °1717, +1780, daughter of HM Charles VI, Holy Roman Emperor, by Elisabeth of Brunswick Wolfenbüttel. Parents of:

HM Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor 1765-1790, °1741, +1790, X 1 1760 Marie Isabelle of Bourbon, °1741, +1763, daughter of Philippe, Duke of Parma, 2 1765 Marie Josephe of Bavaria, °1739, +1767. Full brother of:

HM Leopold II, , Holy Roman Emperor 1790-1792, Grand Duke of Tuscany 1765, °1747, +1792, X 5/8/1765 HRH Infant Marie Louise of Spain, °24/11/1745, +15/5/1792, daughter of HM Charles III, King of Spain, by Marie Amelie of Saxony. Parents of:

François II, (titular), Emperor François I of Austria 11/8/1804-2/3/1835, Holy Roman Emperor 7/7/1792-6/8/1806, King of Hungary 6/6/1792-2/3/1835, °Florence 12/2/1768, +2/3/1835, X 1 1788 Elisabeth of Württemberg, °1767, +18/2/1790, daughter of Frederic Eugene, Duke of Württemberg, 2 1790 Marie Therese of Bourbon Naples, °1772, +13/4/1807, daughter of HM Ferdinand I, King of Naples and Sicily (later King Ferdinand I of Two Sicilies), 3 1808 HIRH Imperial Pcess and Archduchess Marie Louise of Austria, Pcess of Modena, °1787, +7/4/1816, daughter of HIRH Imperial Pce and Archduke Ferdinand of Austria, Duke of Modena, 4 29/10 and 10/11/1816 HRH Pcess Caroline of Bavaria, °1792, +1873, daughter of HM Maximillian I, King of Bavaria by Wilhelmine Auguste of Hesse Darmstadt. Father (by Marie Therese of Bourbon Naples) of:

Ferdinand, (, Emperor of Austria 1835-1848, °19/4/1793, +1848, X 1831 HRH Pcess Marie Anne of Savoy, °1803, +1884, daughter of HM Victor Emmanuel I, King of Sardinia by HIRH Imperial Pcess and Archduchess Marie Therese of Austria, Pcess of Modena

François Joseph, Emperor of Austria 1848-1916, °Schönbrunn 18/8/1830, +Schönbrunn 21/11/1916, X Vienna 24/4/1854 HRH Duchess Elisabeth in Bavaria, °Munich 24/12/1837, +(killed) 1898, daughter of HRH Maximillian, Duke in Bavaria. Son of HIRH Imperial Pce and Archduke Charles of Austria by HRH Pcess Sophie of Bavaria

Charles, (Emperor of Austria 21/11/1916-deposed 1918, °Persenbeug 17/8/1887, +Funchal, Madeira 1/4/1922, X Schwarzau am Steinfelde 21/10/1911 HRH Princess Zita of Bourbon Parma, °9/5/1892, +1989, daughter of HRH Robert, Duke of Parma by HRH Infant Marie Antonia of Portugal

The title of King of Jerusalem is not used any more by the heirs of Emperor Charles

Spanish then Bourbon Sicilies line:

Charles III, invested King of Jerusalem by the Pope, also King of Naples 1665-1700, and also King Charles II of Spain and The Indies 1665-1700, °1661, +1700, X 1 1679 Marie Louise d'Orléans, °1662, +1689, daughter of Philippe of France, Duke of Orléans, 2 1690 Marie Anne of Neuburg, °1667, +1740, daughter of Philippe Guillaume, Elector Palatine of Neuburg

Philip IV, King of Naples 1700-1713, King Philip V of Spain and The Indies 24/11/1700-1724, Duke of Anjou, °19/12/1683, +9/7/1746, X 1 1701 Marie Louise of Savoy, °1688, +1714, daughter of HM Victor Amadeus II, King of Sardinia by Anne d'Orléans, 2 1714 Elisabeth Farnese, °1692, +1766, daughter of Odoardo II Farnese, Duke of Parma. Son of Louis, Dauphin of France, by Maria Anne of Bavaria and father (by Elisabeth Farnese) of:

Charles IV ,King of Naples 1734-1759, King Charles III of Spain and The Indies 1759-14/12/1788, Duke of Parma 1731-1735, °20/1/1716, +14/12/1788, X 1738 Marie Amelie of Saxony, °1724, +1760, daughter of Frederic Auguste II, Elector of Saxony, King of Poland and father of:

Ferdinand IV ,King of Naples 1759-23/1/1799, 23/6/1799-1806, 1815-8/12/1816, King Ferdinand III of Sicily 1759-8/12/1816, King Ferdinand I of Two Sicilies 8/12/1816-4/1/1825, born HRH Infant Ferdinand of Spain, °12/1/1751, +4/1/1825, X 1 7/4/1768 Caroline of Habsburg Lorraine, Archduchess of Austria, °13/8/1752, +1814, daughter of François I, Holy Roman Emperor, Duke of Lorraine, by Marie Therese, Queen of Hungary and Bohemia, 2 1814 Lucie Migliaccio, Duchess of Floridia, °1770, +1826 (X 1 Benoit Grifeo, Prince of Partanna), daughter of Vincent Migliaccio. Father (by Caroline of Habsburg Lorraine) of:

François I, (titular) King of Jerusalem 1825-8/11/1830, King of Two Sicilies 1825-8/11/1830, °19/8/1777, +8/11/1830, X 1 1797 Marie Clementine of Austria, °1777, +1801, daughter of Leopold II, Holy Roman Emperor, 2 6/10/1802 HRH Infant Isabelle of Spain, °6/7/1789, +13/9/1844, daughter of HM Charles IV, King of Spain. Father of:

Ferdinand II, (titular) King of Jerusalem 1830-22/5/1859, King of Two Sicilies 1830-22/5/1859, °12/1/1810, +22/5/1859, X 1 21/11/1832 HRH Pcess Christine of Savoy, °14/11/1812, +31/1/1836, daughter of HM Victor Emmanuel I, King of Sardinia by Marie Therese of Modena, 2 9/1/1837 HIRH Imperial Pcess and Archduchess Thérèse of Austria, °31/7/1816, +8/8/1867, daughter of HIRH Imperial Pce and Archduke Charles of Austria. Father (by HRH Pcess Christine of Savoy) of:

HM François II, (titular) King of Jerusalem 1859-27/12/1894, King of Two Sicilies 1830-deposed 21/10/1860, °16/1/1836, +27/12/1894, X Munich 8/1 & Bari 3/2/1859 HRH Duchess Marie in Bavaria, °4/10/1841, +1925, daughter of HRH Maximillian, Duke in Bavaria by HRH Pcess Louise of Bavaria

The title of King of Jerusalem is not used any more by the heirs of HM King François II

Spanish line:

Charles II, invested King of Jerusalem by the Pope, King of Spain and The Indies 1665-1700, King Charles III of Naples 1665-1700, °1661, +1700, X 1 1679 Marie Louise d'Orléans, °1662, +1689, daughter of Philippe of France, Duke of Orléans, 2 1690 Marie Anne of Neuburg, °1667, +1740, daughter of Philippe Guillaume, Elector Palatine of Neuburg

Philip V, (titular) King of Jerusalem 1700-1724, King of Spain and The Indies 24/11/1700-1724, King Philip IV of Naples 1700-1713, Duke of Anjou, °19/12/1683, +9/7/1746, X 1 1701 Marie Louise of Savoy, °1688, +1714, daughter of HM Victor Amadeus II, King of Sardinia by Anne d'Orléans, 2 1714 Elisabeth Farnese, °1692, +1766, daughter of Odoardo II Farnese, Duke of Parma. Son of Louis, Dauphin of France, by Maria Anne of Bavaria and father (by Elisabeth Farnese) of:

Charles III, (titular) King of Jerusalem 1734-1759, King of Spain and The Indies 1759-14/12/1788, King Charles IV of Naples 1734-1759, Duke of Parma 1731-1735, °20/1/1716, +14/12/1788, X 1738 Marie Amelie of Saxony, °1724, +1760, daughter of Frederic Auguste II, Elector of Saxony, King of Poland and parents of:

Charles IV, (titular) King of Jerusalem, King of Spain and The Indies 1788-abdicated 1808, °11/11/1748, +1819, X 1765 Louise of Bourbon, Pcess of Parma, °9/12/1751, +1819, daughter of Philippe, Duke of Parma by Elisabeth of France. Parents of:

Ferdinand VII, (titular) King of Jerusalem, King of Spain and The Indies 19/3/1808-abdicated 19/3-6/5/1808, restored in 3/1814-1833, °14/10/1784, +29/9/1833, X 1 1802 Antoinette of Bourbon, Pcess of Naples and Sicily, °1784, +21/8/1806, daughter of HM Ferdinand IV, King of Naples and Sicily (later King Ferdinand I of Two Sicilies), 2 1816 HRH Infant Isabelle of Portugal, °1797, +26/12/1818, daughter of HM Joao VI, King of Portugal, 3 1819 Duchess Marie Josephe in Saxony, °6/12/1803, +1829, daughter of Duke Maximillian in Saxony by Caroline of Bourbon Parma, 4 11/12/1829 HRH Marie Christine of Bourbon, Pcess of Two Sicilies, °27/4/1806, +1878 (X 2 28/12/1833 Don Fernando Munoz, Duke of Riansares), daughter of HM François I, King of Two Sicilies by HRH Infant Marie Isabelle of Spain. Father (by Marie Christine of Bourbon) of:

Isabelle II, (titular) Queen of Jerusalem, Queen of Spain and The Indies 1833-deposed 30/9/1868, °Madrid 10/10/1830, +Paris 10/4/1904, X 1846 HRH Infant then HM François of Bourbon, (titular) King of Spain and The Indies, Duke of Cadiz, °Aranjuez 13/5/1822, +Epinay, France 16/4/1902. Parents of:

Alphonse XII, (titular) King of Jerusalem, King of Spain and The Indies 29/12/1874-25/11/1885, °28/11/1857, +25/11/1885, X 1 1878 Maria de las Mercedes of Bourbon, °1860, +1878, daughter of HRH Pce Antoine d'Orléans, Duke of Montpensier, Infant of Spain, by HRH Infant Louise of Spain, 2 1879 HIRH Imperial Pcess and Archduchess Marie Christine of Austria, °1858, +1929, daughter of HIRH Imperial Pce and Archduke Charles Ferdinand of Austria by HIRH Imperial Pcess and Archduchess Elisabeth of Austria. Father (by HIRH Imperial Pcess and Archduchess Marie Christine of Austria) of:

Alphonse XIII, (titular) King of Jerusalem, King of Spain and The Indies 1886-deposed 14/4/1931-abdicated 15/6/1941, °Madrid 17/5/1886, +28/2/1941, X Madrid 31/5/1906 HRH Pcess Victoria Eugenia of Battenberg, °Balmoral 24/10/1887, +15/4/1969, daughter of HRH Henri, Prince of Battenberg by HRH Pcess Beatrice of Great Britain and Ireland. Parents of HRH Don Juan de Bourbon and Battenberg, Count of Barcelona, himself father of:

HM Juan Carlos, (titular) King of Jerusalem, King of Spain since 22/11/1975, °Rome 5/1/1938, X Athens 14/5/1962 HRH Pcess Sophie of Greece and Denmark, °near Athens 2/11/1938, daughter of HM Paul I, King of the Hellenes by HRH Pcess Fredericka of Hannover, Princess of Great Britain and Ireland.

HM Felipe VI, Current King of Spain.

The full titles of the King of Spain were King of Spain and The Indies: of Castile, of Leon, of Aragon, of Two Sicilies, of Jerusalem, of Navarre, of Grenada, of Toledo, of Valencia, of Galicia, of Mallorca, of Minorca, of Seville, of Sardinia, of Cordoba, of Corsica, of Murcia, of Jaen, of the Algarve, of Algeciras, of Gibraltar, of the Canary Islands, of West and East Indies, etc., Archduke of Austria, Duke of Burgundy, of Brabant and of Milan, Count of Habsburg, of Flanders, of Tyrol and of Barcelona, Duke of Athens and of Neopatria, Lord of Biscay and Molina, Marquess of Oristan and of Gozianos with the style of Catholic Majesty.

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