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Relationship between Robert I King of Scotland and Andreas von Wernitz Salm-Kyrburg

 

Robert I The Bruce

King of Scotland (1306-1329), Lord of Annandale (8th), Earl of Carrick

 

Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes is a descendant of the 21st generation of Robert I The Bruce Bruce, King of Scotland.

 

Robert I The Bruce Bruce, King of Scotland 1274-1329 &1296
Isabel de Mar +/1302
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Marjorie Bruce ca 1297-1316 &1315
Walter III Stewart, Sénéchal d'Écosse 1292-1326
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Robert II Stewart, King of Scotland 1316-1390 &1347
Elizabeth Mure +/1355
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Robert III Stewart, King of Scotland ca 1336-1406 &/1367
Annabella Drummond +1401
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James I Stewart, King of Scotland 1394-1437 &1424
Joan Beaufort, Queen of Scotland ca 1407-1445
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Isabel Stewart, Princess of Scotland 1426-1494 &1442
François Ier le Bien-Aimé de Dreux, duc de Bretagne 1414-1450
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Marie de Dreux ca 1444-1506/1511 &1461
Jean II de Rohan, comte de Porhoet 1452-1516
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Anne, Comtesse de Rohan ca 1485-1529 &1515
Pierre II de Rohan, Seigneur de Frontenay +1525
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René I de Rohan, Comte de Porhoet ca 1516-1552 &ca 1534
Isabelle d'Albret, Infanta de Navarra 1513/1514
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René II de Rohan, Prince de Leon ca 1550-1586 &1575
Catherine de Parthenay, Dame de Soubise 1554-1631
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Henri II, Duc de Rohan 1579-1638 &1605
Marguerite de Béthune 1595-1660
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Marguerite, Duchesse de Rohan 1616/1617-1684 &1646
Henri Chabot, Duc de Rohan 1616-1655
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Louis de Rohan-Chabot, Duc de Rohan 1652-1727 &1678
Marie Elisabeth du Bec-Crespin 1661-1743
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Marie-Marguerite de Rohan-Chabot, Duchesse de Rohan 1680-1706 &1700
Louis-Pierre de La Mark, Comte de La Marck 1674-1706
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Louis Engelbert de La Mark, Comte de La Marck 1701-1773 &1744/
Marie Anne Françoise de Noailles, Dame d'Omicourt 1719-1793
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Marie Félice Charlotte de La Mark de Noailles, Comtesse de La Mark 1755-1827 &1778
August Johann Egon, Baron von Wernitz 1757-1805
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Charles-Auguste (Wernitz-de La Mark de Noailles), Baron von Wernitz 1782-1860 &1808
Anne-Adélaïde-Victoria de Rouvroy, Duchesse de Saint-Simon 1784-1835
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Karl-Kurt-Maria, Baron von Wernitz 1810-1871 &1832
Auguste, Princesse de Montléart-Sachsen-Kurland 1814-1885
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Frédéric-Charles, Baron von Wernitz 1833-1902 &1856
Marie-Madeleine, Baronesse Petróczy de Petrócz 1835-1898
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Jean-Nepomussene, Baron von Wernitz 1857-1930 &1886
Alexandra, Princesse Galitzine 1868-1954
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Stephan Karl, Baron von Wernitz 1905-1981 &1937
Margarita zu Salm-Kyrburg, Princesse d'Hornes 1909-1995
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Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes 1944-
 

 


 

Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes is also a descendant of the 22nd generation of Robert I The Bruce Bruce, King of Scotland.

Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes is also a descendant of the 23rd generation of Robert I The Bruce Bruce, King of Scotland.

Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes is also a descendant of the 24th generation of Robert I The Bruce Bruce, King of Scotland.

Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes is also a descendant of the 25th generation of Robert I The Bruce Bruce, King of Scotland.

 

Ancestors of Andreas von Wernitz zu Salm-Kyrburg, Herzog von Hornes up to Robert I The Bruce Bruce, King of Scotland: click here.

 



BIOGRAPHY:

Bruce, Robert (I), King of Scotland (1272-1329). Robert Bruce, Earl of Carrick, seized the throne of Scotland from the absent King John Balliol in 1306 (becoming Robert I), assassinated his political rival, Comyn of Badenoch, and reopened the war with England. Though initially militarily inept, Bruce learned quickly from his mistakes and, after the death of Edward I in 1307, was able to attack his enemies within Scotland. There was apparently no end to the tactics he was willing to employ in order to force recognition of his independent kingship: scorched earth, the ‘fiery cross’, taking castles by infiltration and levelling them to prevent regarrisoning, the use of Gaelic mercenaries, chevauchées into the north of England, the opening of a second front in Ireland (and potentially in Wales also), the development of the offensive schiltrom—all played their part. Blessed also with reliable commanders in his brother Edward, in James ‘the Black’ Douglas, and in Thomas Randolph, later Earl of Moray, the Bruce had largely gained control of his kingdom by 1309. At Bannockburn in 1314 he successfully engaged Bohun in single combat in front of the armies and then destroyed the incompetently led English. Despite this, Edward II refused to acknowledge the Bruce's kingship and the war continued, marred by Edward Bruce's disastrous campaign in Ireland (1315-18). The Bruce finally obtained English recognition during the chaos following the deposition and murder of Edward II. He died in 1329 and had asked that his heart be buried in the Holy Land, and while on this mission the Black Douglas was killed fighting the Moors in Spain. Legend has it that he threw the casket containing his old leader's heart into the enemy ranks, bidding the Bruce to lead him into battle one last time.

 

Robert I Bruce and his second wife Elizabeth de Burgh

 

Scottish Shield

 


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