Princes, Emperors and Genealogies for Russian Rulers

Updated 30 April 2012.


  1. — Princes of Chernigov, Tjernikov from 1054 to 1245 numbered C-01 -
  2. — Princes of Galicia = Galitj from 1144 to 1350 numbered G-01 -
  3. — Princes of Kiev from 880 to 1250c. numbered K-01 -
  4. — Princes of Novgorod from 1036 to 1263 numbered N-01 -
  5. — Princes of Pereyaslavl from 1054 to 1215 numbered P-01 -
  6. — Princes of Riazan from 1097 to 1520 numbered R-01 -
  7. — Princes of Smolensk from 1054 to 1404 numbered S-01 -
  8. — Princes of Tver from 1246 to 1485 numbered T-01 -
  9. — Princes of Suzdal-Vladimir from 1125 to 1363 numbered U-01 -
10. — Princes of Volynia from 1054 to 1308 numbered V-01 -
11. — Zars of Moscow and Russia from 1283 to 1917 numbered Z-01 -

The dates are in many sources unqualified or lack information on the calendar sytem used. As a consequence some of the double dates are definitely the same real dates notified in different calendar system.

Abbreviations used:
b = brother of, d = daughter of, m = married to (year), s = son of, gs = grandson of,
ggs = great grandson; † = died; ‡ = buried. CMH. = Cambridge Medieval History.

Princes of Chernigov = Tjernikov

No. Born Ruled Ruler's name and relations
Spouse's name and relations
C-01 1027 1054-1076 Sviatoslav I;
= (K-11); s(K-08); * 1027 c.; † 27/12 1076;
Prince of Volynia to 1054;
Prince of Chernigov from 1054 to 1073;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1073 to 1076;

Cecilia; m(1);

Oda of Babenberg m(2) 1070;
children :
1.   Gleb (N-03); † 1079;
2.   Roman, Prince of Murom & Tmutarkan; † 02/08 1079;
3.   Oleg Gorislavich (C-05); † 1115 c.;
4.   David(C-06) = (N-05) = (S-04); † 1123;
5.   Yaroslav (C-07) = (R-01); † 1130;
C-02 1030 1076-1077 Vsevolod I of Pereyaslavl;
= (P-01) = (K-12); s(K-08); * 1030 c.; † 13/04 1093;
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1054 to 1073;
Prince of Chernigov from 1073 to 1078;
Great Prince of Kiev from - first period - 1076 to 1077;
Ruled second period from 1078 to 1093;

Anastasia of Byzantium; m(1) 1046 c.; † 1067; d Emperor Konstantinos IX Monomachus;

Anna; m(2) 1068 c.; † 07/10 1111; d Kuman Khan;
children :
1.   Vladimir I of Pereyaslavl (P-02) = (K-14);
2.   Rotislav (P-03); † 26/05 1093;
3.   Yanka = Anna; † 02/11 1112; became a nun:
4.   Eupraxia = Adelheid; * 1071 c.; † 09/07 1109;
   m(1) 1086 Markgrave Heinrich I of Stade, † 28/06 1087;
   m(2) 1089 Emperor Heinrich IV of Germany, * 11/11 1050, † 07/08 1106; divorced 1093;
5.   Ekateria; † 11/08 1108;
C-03 - 1077-1078 Boris;
s(S-01);
C-04 1053 1078-1094 Vladimir Monomach of Pereyaslavl = Vladimir II of Smolensk;
= (K-14) = (P-02) = (S-03); s(K-12 = P-01); * 1053; † 19/05 1125 at Alta River; ‡ Sophia Cathedral in Kiev;
Prince of Rostov from 1066 to 1073;
Prince of Smolensk from 1073 to 1093 or also found as:
Smolensk - First period from 1077 to 1095;
Smolensk - Second period from 1097 to 1113;
Prince of Chernigov from 1078 to 1093;
Prince of Pereyaslavl, first period from 1076 to 1078;
Prince of Pereyaslavl, second period from 1094 to 1113;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1113 to 1125;

Gytha of Wessex; m(1) 1072 c.; † 10/03 1098 in Palestine;
children :
  1.   Mstislav II (K-15) = (P-03B) = (N-06); 01/06 1076; † 15/04 1132;
  2.   Izyaslav; * 1077; † 06/09 1096;
   Prince of Kursk to 1085; Prince of Murom 1095-1096;
  3.   Svyatoslav (S-05) = (P-03A); * 1080 c.; † 16/03 1114;
  4.   Yaropolk II (K-16) = (P-04); * 1082; † 18/02 1139;
  5.   Viacheslav (K-17) = (P-07) = (S-06); * 1083; † 06/02 1154;

Byzantian woman; m(2) 1099 c.; † 07/05 1107;
children :
  6.   Maritsa; * 1104; † 1146;
   m 1112 c. Pseudo-Leon Diogenes; † 15/08 1116;
  7.   Yuri I Dolgoruky (K-21) = (P-08) + (U-01); † 15/04 1157;
  8.   Sofia; † 04/04 1139;
   m 1112 King Koloman of Hungary; * 1101; † 03/02 1131;
  9.   Agafia;
   m 1116 Vsevolodko of Hrodno; † 01/02 1142;

Daughter of the Kuman Khan; m(3); † 11/07 1127;
children :
10.   Roman; † 06/01 1119; Prince of Volynia 1117 to 1119;
   m Volodarevna of Przemysl-Zwenihorod;
11.   Andrei (P-09) = (V-07); * 11/07 1102; † 22/01 1142;
C-05 - 1094-1097 Oleg of Volynia = Oleg Gorislavich;
s(C-01 = K-11); † 1115;
Prince of Volynsk from 1075;
Prince of Chernigov from 1076 to 1078;
Prince of Tmutarakan from 1083 to 1094, and;
Second perido from 1113 to 1115;
Prince of Murom-Riazan in 1096, and;
Second period from 1096 to 1097;
Oleg stayed in Byzantium from 1196 to 1200;

Daughter of Khan of Khumans; m(1);
children :
1.   Vsevolod II (C-08); † 01/08 1146;
2.   Igor II (K-19); † 19/09 1147;
3.   Svyatoslav (C-10) = N-08) = (P-05); † 14/02 1164;
4.   Gleb, Prince of Kursk; † 1138;
5.   Ivan; † 1148;
Theofania Muzalon, Byzantine; m(2);
C-06 - 1097-1123 David of Smolensk = Davyd;
= (N-05) = (S-04); s(C-01 = K-11); † 1123;
Prince of Novgorod from 1087 c. til 1097;
Prince of Smolensk from 1087 to 1097;
Prince of Chernigov from 1098 to 1123;

children :
1.   Vladimir; † 12/05 1151;
   m 1114 daughter of Vsevolod of Hrodno;
2.   Izyaslav III (C-09) = (K-23); † 06/03 1161;; † ;
3.   Vsevolod, Prince of Murom;
4.   Svyatoslav; * 1080 c.; † 14/10 1142;
5.   Rotislav; † 1120;
C-07 - 1123-1129 Yaroslav I of Riazan;
= (R-01); s(C-01 = K-11); † 1130;
Prince of Murom from 1097 to 1129;
Prince of Riazanj, first period from 1097 to 1123;
Second period from 1127 to 1130;
Prince of Chernigov from 1123 to 1127;

?;
children :
1.   Yuriy, Prince of Murom; † 1143;
2.   Svyatoslav, Prince of Riazanj & Murom; † 1145;
3.   Davyd; † 1147;
4.   Igor; † after 1147;
5.   Rotislav, Prince of Riazanj & Murom; † 1155 c.;
C-08 - 1129-1139 Vsevolod II;
= (K-18); s(C-05); † 01/08 1146;
Prince of Chernigov from 1125 or 1127 to 1139;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1139 to 1146;

Maria of Kiev (K-15-9); m 1116 c.; † 1179; d Mstislav II;
children :
1.   Sviatoslav III (C-11) = (K-30); † 24/07 1194;
2.   Yaroslav II (C-12); † 1198;
3.   Vladimir; † 1201;
4.   Svyatopolk; † after 1162;
5.   Veleslava;
   m Prince Vladislav of Poland;
6.   Zvenislava; † after 1142;
C-09 - 1139-1157 Iziaslav III of Kiev = Izyaslav III;
= (K-23); s(C-06); † 06/03 1161 in battle;
Prince of Chernigov to 1160;
Great Prince of Kiev first period in 1155;
Second period ffrom 1157 to 1159;
Third period from 1159 to 1161;

Prince Igor II of Kiev (K-19) is also mentioned as Prince of Chernigov from 1139 to 1146; † 19/09 1147;
C-10 - 1157-1164 Sviatoslav II = Sviatoslav I of Novgorod;
= (N-08) = (P-05); s(C-05 = K-15); † 14/02 1164;
Prince of Chernigov from 1157 to 1164;

Maria Petrilovna (unconfirmed); m;
children :
1.   Oleg, Prince of Seversk; † 1180;
   m(1) Marie of Kiev; † 1165;
   m(2) 1163 Agafia of Smolensk, d. Rostislav;
2.   Igor; * 03/04 1151; † 29/12 1202;
     Prince of Seversk 1179-1198;
     Prince of Chernigov 1198-1202;
   m(1) 1169, unknown name;
   they got:
     a) Vladimir (G-07), Prince of Putivi, Novgorod-Severskiy and Galitzk; † 1212;
     b) Oleg; * 1174;
     c) Roman, Prince of Putivl, Zvenigorod and Galitzk; † 1211;
     c) Svyatoslav, Prince of Kursk, Volynya and Peremyshl; † 1211;
   m(2) 1184 Eufrosinia of Galitzia;
3.   Vsevolod, Prince of Kursk; * 1153 c.; † 1196;
   m Olga Glebovna of Pereyaslav;
4.   Daughter; † after 1170;
   m Prince Vladimir of Volynya, † 28/01 1170;
C-11 - 1164-1177 Sviatoslav III;
= (K-30); s(C-08); † 24/07 1194;
Prince of Seversk to 1176;
Prince of Chernigov from 1164 to 1176;
Prince of Kiev from 1176 to 1194;

Maria Vasilkovna from Polotsk; m 1143;
children :
1.   Vladimir II of Novgorod (N-29A?); † 1201;
   m 1178 Feodulia, d Great Prince Michail of Kiev;
2.   Vsevolod III (C-13) = (K-33); † 1215
3.   Gleb (C-14); † 1214;
4.   Mstislav I (C-15); † 1223;
5.   Oleg; Prince of Chernigov from 1198; † 1204;
   He has according to [9951]:
   a) Igor; † 1292;
     who got:
     I) Vladimir, Prince of Halitsch; † 1206;
     II) Svætoslav, Prince of Peremysl; † 1206;
     III) Roman, Prince of Swenigorod; † 1206;
6.   Boleslava; † before 1189;
   m Vladimir of Galitzk, † 1197;
7.   daughter m Prince Roman of Murom;
C-12 1139 1177-1202 Yaroslav II;
s(C-08); * 1139; † 1198;
Prince of Chernigov from 1176 to 1198;

Eufrosinia Borisovna; m; † 1202;
children :
1.   Rotislav, Prince of Snov; * 24/06 1174; † after 1214;
   m 1187 Vseslava of Vladimir; † after 1206;
C-13 - 1202-1206 Vsevolod III = Vsevolod Chermniy;
= (K-33); s(C-11 = K-30); † 1215;
Prince of Chernigov from 1204 to 1212;

Anastasia; m; d King Kasimir of Poland;
child :
1.   Michael (C-16) = (K-37) = (N-36); † 20/09 1246;

According to one source, a Prince Oleg of Chernigov, † 1204, b(C-13) was ruler or co-ruler from 1202 to 1204;
C-14 - 1206-1215 Gleb;
s(C-11 = K-30); † 1215;
Prince of Chernigov;

daughter of Prince Rurik of Belgorod;
children :
1.   Vladimir II of Novgorod (N-24);    not mentioned in all sources; TJEK;
2.   Mstislav II (C-17); † after 1239;
3.   Yevfimia; † 1194;
   m Prince Alexei of Byzantium;
C-15 - 1215-1223 Mstislav I;
s(C-11); † 1223 at Kalka River;
Prince of Chernigov from 1215;

Yasyna; m;
children :
1.   Tito, Prince of Karachev; † 1223;
C-16 1179 1223-1235 Michael;
= (K-37) = (N-36); s(C-13 = K-33); * 1179; † 20/09 1246; ‡ Moscow;
Prince of Pereslavl in 1206;
Prince of Novgorod from 1224 to 1229;
Prince of Chernigov first period from 1224 to 1236;
Second period from 1243 to 1246; Prince of Galitzk from 1235 to 1238;
Great prince of Kiev from 1238 to 1246;

Maria of Galicia; m 1200 c.; † after 1241; d Roman (N-17);
children :
1.   Rotislav (N-37); † 1262;
2.   Roman, Prince of Briansk & Chernigov; † after 1288;
3.   Simeon;
4.   Mstislav, Prince of Karachev; * 1220; † 1280;
5.   Geogiy, Prince of Torussk & Chernigov;
6.   Maria; † 09/12 1271;
   m 10/02 1227 Prince Vasilko of Rostov † 04/03 1238;
7.   Feodulia; * 1165 c.; † 1250;
   m 1201 Sviatoslav of Chernigovsk;
   she was canonized from 1580 as St. Eufrosinia of Suzdal;
C-17 - 1235-1239 Mstislav II;
s(C-14); † after 1239;
Prince of Chernigov; also mentioned as the last prince of Chernigov;

child :
1.   Andrew (C-18);
C-18 - 1239-1245 Andrew;
s(C-17); † after 1262;
Prince of Chernigov;

Olga; * after 1248; m 1259 or 1261; † after 1288; d Vasilko of Volynya (V-16);

Princes of Galicia

No. Born Ruled Ruler's name and relations
Spouse's name and relations
G-01 - 1144-1153 Vladimirko Volodarich;
gs(N-01);

child :
1.   Yaroslav Osmomysl (G-02);
G-02 - 1153-1187 Yaroslav Osmomysl;
s(G-01);

child :
1.   Vladimir I (G-03);
G-03 - 1187 Vladimir I;
s(G-02);
First period in 1187;
Second period from 1189 to 1199;
G-04 - 1187-1188
and
1228-1230
and
1232-1233
Andrew = Andrew II of Hungary;
First period from 1187 to 1188;
Second period from 1228 to 1230;
Third period from 1232 to 1233;

child :
1.   Koloman (G-11);
G-05 - 1188-1189
and
1199-1205
Roman I of Volynia / Galicia-Volhynia;
= (K-31A) = (N-17) = (V-13); s(K-24 = P-09B = V-12);
Prince of Novgorod from 1168 to 1170;
Prince of Volynya, first period from 1173 to 1187;
Second period from 1188 to 1205;
Prince of Galicia, first period from 1187 to 1188 or 1188 to 1189;
Second period from 1199 to 1205; in 1199 he annexed Galicia [CMH. p. 798];
Great Prince of Kiev from 1203 to 1205; he conquered Kiev in 1200 but lost it again in 1203 [CMH. p. 798];
Pope Innocent III allowed him to take the title of King;

Predislava Ryurikovna of Smolensk (K-28-3); m(1) 1184, divorced 1189; † later than 1204;
children :
1.   Feodora; † 1200 c.;
   m 1187, divorced 1188 Vasilko of Galicia; † after 1241;
2.   Maria; † after 1241;
   m 1200 c. Mikhail of Chernigov; † 20/09 1246;

Byzantine woman; m(2) 1200 c.; † after 1219;
children :
3.   Danylo = Daniel (G-06) = (K-38) = (V-14); † 1264;
4.   Vasilko (V-16); † 1269;
G-06 1201 1205-1206
and
1211-1212
and
1230-1232
and
1233-1236
and
1238-1264
Daniel = Daniil Romanovich;
= (K-38) = (V-14); s(G-05 = K-31A = N-17 = V-13); * 1201; † 1264 or 1266;
Prince of Galicai, first period from 1205 to 1206;
Second period from 1211 to 1212;
Third period from 1230 to 1232;
Fourth period from 1233 to 1236;
Fifth period from 1238 to 1254;
King from 1254 to 1264;

Or from another source:
Prince of Galicia, first period from 1211 to 1213;
Second period from 1229 to 1264;
Prince of Volynya from 1215 to 1264;
King of Galicia from 1253 or 1255;

Anna Mstislavna; m(1) 1218; † not later than 1252; of Novgorod;
children :
1.   Irakli; * 1223 c.; † 1240 c.;
2.   Lev = Leo (G-15); * 1228 c.; † 1301 c.;
3.   Roman, Duke of Slonim; * 1230 c.; † 1261 c.;
   m(1) 27/06 1252 Gertrud of Austria, * 1288 c.; † 24/04 1299;
   m(2) 1255 c. Elena Glebovna of Volkoysk; † after 1288;
4.   Mstislav (V-18); † 1300 c.;
5.   Ioann Shvarn, Grand Duke of Lithuania; † 1269;
6.   Pereyaslava; † 12/04 1283;
   m 1248 c. Prince Ziemowit of Masovia; * 1224; † 23/06 1262;
7.   Ustinia; † ?;
   m Prince Andreii II of Vladimir-Suzdal; † 1264;
8.   Sofia; † ?;
   m 1259 Count Heinrich V of Schwarzburg-Blankenburg; † 1287;

Niece of Duke Mindaugas of Lithuania; m(2) 1250 c.;

After Daniel's death the principalities of Galicia and Volynia were temporarily divided between the sons Lev, Ioann Shvarn and Mstislav, but became reunited during the reign of Lev's son Yuri (G-16) about year 1300. [CMH. p. 805]
G-07 - 1206-1208
and
1210-1211
Vladimir II;
gs of (C-10); † 1212;
Prince of Galicia, first period from 1206 to 1208;
Second period from 1210 to 1211;
G-08 - 1208-1210 Roman II;
b(G-07); † 1211;
G-09 - 1210 Rotislav;
= (K-32); s(K-28); * 1172 or 1173; † 1218;
Prince of Galicia 1210;
Prince of Kiev from 1204 to 1205;

Vierkhuslava of Vladimir; m 26/04 1189;
children :
1.   Rotislav; † after 1239;
2.   Andrey Dolgaya Ruka = Long Hand;
G-10 - 1212-1214 Vladislav;
G-11 - 1214-1219
and
1219-1221
Koloman;
s(G-04);
Prince of Galicia, first period from 1214 to 1219;
Second period from 1219 to 1221;
G-12 - 1219
and
1221-1228
Mstislav = Mstislav VI of Novgorod;
Prince of Galica, first period in 1219;
Second period from 1221 to 1228;
G-13 - 1236
or
1238
Rostislav II;
= (N-37); s(C-16), s(K-37 = N-36); * 1225; † 1262;
Prince of Novgorod from 1229 to 1230;
Prince of Galitzia in 1238;
Prince of Lutzk in 1239;
Prince of Chernigov from 1240 to 1243;
Ban of Serbia Machva and SLavonia;
Tsar of Bulgaria;

Anna of Hungary; * 1227 c.; m 1243; † after 1270;
children :
1.   Agrippina;
   m Prince Leshek of Poland * 1240, † 1242;
2.   daughter;
   m Tsar Koloman II of Bulgaria † 1258;
3.   Bela, Prince of Bosnia & Macso; † 1272;
4.   Michail Tsar of Bulgaria; † 1272 c.;
5.   Elisaveta; † 1272 or 1298 c.;
   m(1) Michal II of Bulgaria, * 1238 c. † 1259;
   m(2) Tsar Kalojan of Bulgaria † 1258;
   m(3) 1260 Moys II of Hungary * 1210 † 1281;
6.   Kunigunda; * 1245; † 09/09 1285;
   m(1) 25/10 1261 King Premysl Otakar II of Bohemia * 1233 † 26/08 1278;
   m(2) 02/06 1284 Zavish of Falkenstein † 24/08 1290;
G-14 - 1236-1238 Michael of Chernigov;
G-15 1228 1264-1301 Leo = Lev;
s(G-06 = K-38 = V-16); * 1228 c.; † 1301 c.;
Duke of Belz from 1245 to 1264;
Duke of Halicz from 1264 to 1269;
King of Galicia from 1269 to 1301;

Konstancia of Hungary; * 1237 c.; m 1251 c.; † before 1300;
children :
1.   Yuri I (G-16); † 24/04 1252;
2.   Anastasia; † 12/03 1335;
   m 1301 c. Prince Ziemowit of Poland; † 1309 c.
3.   Svyatoslava, became a nun, † 1302;
G-16 1252 1301-1308 Yuri I;
= (V-19); s(G-15); * 24/04 1252; † 24/04 1308;
King of Galicia from 1301 to 1308;
Prince of Volynia from 1301;

Yaroslavna of Tver; m(1) 1282; † 1286 c.; d Yaroslav II Suzdal (N-40);
child :
1.   Michail; * 1283; † 1286;

Eufemia of Kujavia; m(2) 1300 c.; † 18/03 1308;
children :
2.   Andrei (V-20); † 1323 c.;
3.   Leo II (G-17); † 1323 c.;
4.   Maria; † before 1293;
5.   Anastasia (doubtful parents); † 1365;
   m 1320 c. Prince Alexander I of Tver; † 28/10 1339;
G-17 - 1308-1325 Leo II;
s(G-16); † 1325 c.;
Duke of Lutsk from 1308 to 1323;

children :
1.   daughter;
   m Yuri II Boleslav (G-18);
2.   Eufemia of Volynya-Lutsk; † 1349 c.;
   m 1321 c. Lubart Gediminovich of Lithuania; † 1384;
G-18 - 1325-1340 Yuri II Boleslav;
Husband to d of (G-17);
G-19 - 1340-1349 Liubart;
s Grandduke Vitenis of Lithania;

Princes of Kiev - Riurikid Dynasty 880-1240

According to legend three Viking brothers were invited to Russia:
Rurik settled in Novgorod,
Sineus, † 864, settled in Beloozero, and
Truvor, † 864, settled at Izborsk
No. Born Ruled Ruler's name and relations
Spouse's name and relations
K-00 - 859-879
or
862-879
Rurik = Hrørek;
† 879;
Invited to rule Novgorod from 859. His reign began in 862 [10528 p.8];
King of Novgorod & Ladoga;
Rurikid Dynasty ruled Russia to 1598 [6288 p. 250];
Askold and Dir came to Novgorod wirth Rurik. They liberated Kiev from the Khazars in 864;
As the founder of Russia, Rurik is only mentioned in the Nestor Chronicle;

Efandra = Sfandra = Ingrid of Norway; † 912; sister to Norwegian King Helgu / Oleg;
child :
1.   Igor (K-02); † 912;
K-01 - 879-913 Oleg I = Helgu the Seer = Helge;
† 912 or 913;
Regent for Igor (K-02) who was a minor; possibly kinsman to Rurik;
Prince of Novgorod from 879 in his own right according to [10528 p.8];
Prince of Kiev from 882 after he had murdered Askold and Dir;
K-02 877 913-945 Igor I = Ingvar the Old;
s(K-00); * 875 or 877; † 946;
King of Novgorod and Kiev;

Olga = Helga of Pskov; (K-03); * 903 c.; m 903 [6288 p.256]; † 969;
child :
1.   Svyatoslav I (K-04); † 972;
K-03 890 945-964 Olga = Vologa = Helga = Elena;
* 890 or 903 c., †11/07 969; Baptised in 957 and given the name Elena;
Regent of Kiev from 945 to 962 or 964;

Igor I; See (K-02);
child :
1.   Svyatoslav I (K-04); † 972;
K-04 942 964-972 Svyatoslav I = Sviatoslav I the Warlike = Svætoslav Igorevich = Swjatoslav;
s(K-02 + K-03); * 942 c.; † 972 killed after falling into a Pecheneg trap lead by the Petsjeneger Prince Kuria;
Prince of Novgorod and Kiev from 945;
Came of age in 962;
Svyatoslav's skull was gold plated and used as a goblet for the Pecheneg Khan;

Predslava of Bohemia; m(1);
children :
1.   Yaropolk I (K-05); † 980;
2.   Oleg, Prince of Iskorosten; * 972; † 977;
     murdered by order from his brother Yaropolk or uncle Dobrynya;

Malusha; * 942 c.; m(2); † 1002;
child :
3.   Volodimir = Vladimir I (K-06); † 1015;
Not fully recognised as born within wedlock.
K-05 961 972-980 Yaropolk I = Jaropolk I;
s(K-04); * 961; † 980, murdered by order from half-brother Vladimir (K-06);
Grand Prince of Kiev from 972, elected 970;
Prince of Novgorod from 970 or 977;

unknown name; Greek born [6288 p.72]
child :
1.   Sviatopolk I (K-07); another source says s(K-06);
[6288 p.75]: Volodimer had his half-brother murdered and made the widow pregnant, and she gave birth to a son called Svjatopolk; so the mother is correct the father maybe (K-06);
K-06 956
or
958
980-1015 Vladimir I the Saint = Vladimir the Great = Volodimer;
s(K-04); * 958; † 15/07 1015;
Prince of Novgorod from 970 or 972 to 980;
Expatriated from 977 to 980;
Prince of Kiev from 980 to 988;
Great Prince of Kiev from 988 to 1015;
Intorduced the Christian faith to Russia and was baptised Greek-Orthodox 988, when he took the name Basil;
Canonized in 13th century;
The Order of Vladimir founded by Catherine the Great is named after Prince Vladimir;

Olava; m(1) 977 c.; possibly d of Erik of Sweden;
child :
  1.   Vysheslav, Prince of Novgorod 988-1010; † 1010;

Rognede = Ragnhild = Rognjede Gorishawa; * 956 c.; m(2) 980 c. † 1001 or 1002;
divorced 986; d Ragnvald = Rogvolod of Polotzk;
She was formerly the bride of Yaropolk [K-05];
children :
  2.   Izyaslav, Prince of Polotzk 988-1001; * 981; † 1001;
     he got two sons:
     a) Vseslav, † 1003;
     b) Bryachislav, † 1044; father to (K-10);
  3.   Vsevolod, Prince of Vladimir-Volynsk 988-995; † 995 c.;
  4.   Yaroslav I the Wise (K-08); † 1017;
  5.   Premyslava; † 1015;
    m Laszlo of Hungary, † 1029;
  6.   Predslava = Peredslava;
     m Duke Boleslav III of Bohemia, † 1035;
     mistress or wife of Boleslav I of Poland;

Malfrida of Bohemia; m(3); † 1002; also seen as m(1);
child :
  7.   Svyatoslav, Prince of Iskorosten 988-1015; † after 15/07 1015;

Adela of Bulgaria; m(4);
children :
  8.   Mstislav I (K-08a), * 978; † 1036;
     Prince of Tmutarakan 988-1024; Great Prince of Chernigov 1024-1036;
     m Maria;
     they got:
     a) Yevstafiy; died during infancy 1033;
  9.   Boris, Prince of Rostov, * 990 c.; † 24/07 1015 murdered; Canonized;
10.   Gleb, Prince of Murom 1010-1015; * 984 c.; † 05/08 1015 murdered; Canonized;
The two princes became the first Russian saints. The assassinations were originated by cousin Svyatopolk [K-07];
Anna Porphyrogeneta of Byzantium; * 13/03 963; m(5) 988; † 1011;
also seen as m(3); d (3150E) Emperor Romanos II and sister to Basil II;
children , mother uncertain:
11.   Stanislav, Prince of Smolensk 978-1015; † 1015 latest;
12.   Sudislav, Prince of Pskov, † 1063; imprisoned 1033 to 1059, released by the triumvirate of (K-08-4, -5 and -6), died in a monastery;

Unknown name; m(6) 1012; † 1019; d Duke Konrad I of Swabia;
children :
13.   Agafia = Agatha; a nun; † 1093 c. at Newcastle;
     m 1038 c. Edward Atheling (W035);
14.   Dobronega = Maria; * after 1012; † 1087;
     m 1038 or 1042 King Kazimir I of Poland, * 25/07 1016, † 19/03 1058;

[10528 p.10] refers he had 800 wives from different nations, maybe the number is a bit exaggerated.
K-07 980 1015-1016
or
1015-1019
Svyatopolk I = Sviatopolk I the Accursed = Svætopolk den Rykkesløse = Swjatopolk;
s(K-05) or (K-06) see note above; * 980; † ca. 1019;
Great Prince of Kiev, ruled first period from 1015 to being deposed 1016;
Ruled second period from 1017 to 1018;
Expatriated after battle at Alta 1019;
Prince of Trurov from 990;

Unknown name; m 1013 c.; d King Boleslav I of Poland;

 
Interregnum from 1015 to 1019 [6288] caused by fighting between brothers.
 
K-08 988 1016-1017
and
1019-1054
Yaroslav I of Kiev = Jaroslaw I the Wise;
s(K-06); * 988 c.; † 20/02 1054; ‡ St. Sophia Cathedral, Kiev;
Ruled west side of river Dnjepr;
Prince of Rostov from 988 to 1010;
Great Prince or Grand Duke of Novgorod from 1013 to 1015;
Great Prince or Grand Duke of Kiev from 1015 to 1017 + 1019 to 1054;
Ruled first period from 1016 to 1017;
Ruled second period from 1018 to 1024;
Ruled third period from 1024 to 1054; CMH. has only the third period registered;
Sources not exact on dates of first, second and maybe third period;
Advocated a system of lateral succession among the families of his three eldest surviving sons shortly before he died. It is (K-09), (K-11) and (K-12). [CMH, 9972 p.254]

Saint Anna; m(1); † 1018;
child :
  1.   Iliya Prince of Novgorod 1015 to 1020; † 1020;

Ingegerd Olafsdottir; m(2) 1019; † 10/02 1050; ‡ St. Sophia Cathedral, Novgorod;
d Oluf Skøtkoning of Sweden;
children :
  2.   Vladimir of Novgorod (N-01); * 1020 c.; † 1052;
  3.   Anastasia; * 1023 c.; † 1074 after;
   m 1037 c. Andreas I of Hungary (Hung. 050); * 1014, † 1060;
  4.   Izyaslav I (K-09); 1024 c.;
  5.   Sviatoslav II (K-11) = (C-01); * 1027 c.; † 1076;
  6.   Vsevolod I (K-12) = (P-01) = (C-02); * 1030 c.;
  7.   Elisabeth = Ellisif = Elizaveta; 1045 c.;
   m 1045 Harald Haarderaade III of Norway (Norw. 011); * 1015, † 25/09 1066;
  8.   Anna; * 1024 or 1036; † 05/09 1076 or 1078;
     m(1) 19/05 1051 Henry I of France (France 003); * 1008, † 04/08 1060;
     m(2) 1062 c. Raoul III of Valois, † 1074;
  9.   Viacheslav I of Smolensk = Vyacheslav (S-01); * 1036 c., † 1057;
10.   Igor of Volnia (V-01) = (S-02); * 1037 c., † 1060;

The two youngest sons were not eligible to the Kiev Grand Prince succession.
According to [10528 p.12] five sons and one nephew were to receive parts of the realm, and the princedoms of Chernigov, Pereyaslavl, Murom, Riazan, Rostov-Suzdal, Galicia, Vladimir-Volhynia, Polotsk, Turov-Pinsk, Tmutarakan, Novgorod and Pskov emerged.
K-08a - 1024-1036 Mstislav I = Mstislav den Tapre;
s(K-06); † 1036;
Prince of Tmutarakan from 988 to 1024;
Prince of Kassogerns = Tscherkessers from 1022;
Great Prince of Chernigov from 1024 to 1036;
Ruled the east side of the river Dnjepr;
After his death, Yaroslav became sole ruler of Russia;

child :
1.   Yevstafiy = Eustaphius; † 1033 during infancy [6288 p.126];
K-09 1024 1054-1068
and
1069-1073
and
1077-1078
Izyaslav I of Turov;
= (N-02); s(K-08); * 1024 c.; † 03/10 1078; ‡ Kiev;
Prince of Turov from 1052 to 1054;
Prince of Novgorod from 1052 to 1054;
Great Prince of Kiev from - first period - 1054 to September 1068, fled to Kiev for safety;
Ruled second period from 1069 to deposed by brothers (K-11) and (K-12) in March 1073;
Ruled third period from July 1077 to 03/10 1078;
CMH. only acknowledges first and second period;

Gertrud; * 1020 c.; m 1043; † 04/01 1107; d King Miccislav II of Poland;
children :
1.   Mstislav, Prince of Novgorod from 1067; † 1069;
     he got a) Rotislav; † 1093;
2.   Yaropolk (V-03); was eldest son i n 1086;
3.   Yevpraxia;
4.   Svyatopolk (K-13) = (N-04); † 1113;

According to [6288 p.133] had Izyaslav another son called Brjacislav who died 1044;
K-10 1030 1068-1069 Vseslav I of Polotsk = Vseslav the Sorcerer = Wseslaw;
s(K-06-2-b); gs of b to (K-08); * 1030 c.; † 14/04 1101; ‡ Polotsk;
Prince of Polotsk from 1044 to 1069;
Second period from 1071 to 1101;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1068 to deposed in May Unknown name;
children :
1.   Roman, Prince of Polotzk from 1101; † 1116;
2.   Gleb, Prince of Minsk from 1101, Prince of Polotzk from 1116; † 1119;
     m 1090 Anastasia of Turov, * 1074; † 1158;
     they got four children, one was:
     a) Volodar, Prince of Minsk and Hrodno; he
       m 1136 c. Richeza of Poland; † after 25/12 1155;
       their daughter was:
       i) Sofia, * 1141 c.; † 05/05 1198; who
       m King Valdemar I of Denmark; † 12/05 1182;
3.   Boris, Prince of Polotsk from 1119 and of Drutsk from 1101; † 1127;
4.   Rogvolod = Ragvald, Prince of Polotsk from 1127;
     deposed 1128 to Constantinople† 1128;
5.   Davyd, Prince of Polotsk from 1128; exiled 1129;
6.   Sviatoslav, Prince of Vitebsk from 1101; † 1129;
7.   Rotislav; † after 1140;
K-11 1027 1073-1076 Svyatoslav II of Chernigov = Swyatoslav I of Kiev CMH. [9972 p.257];
= (C-01); s(K-08); * 1027 c.; † 27/12 1076 after unsuccesful operation;
Prince of Volynia to 1054;
Prince of Chernigov from 1054 to 1073;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1073 to 1076;

Cecilia; m(1);

Oda of Babenberg m(2) 1070; d Margrave Leopold of Hungarian March (030-1-b)
children :
1.   Gleb (N-03); † 1078 pr 1079; killed in Novgorod land
2.   Roman, Prince of Murom & Tmutarakan; † 02/08 1079 murdered by Vsevolod's allies, the Cumans;
3.   Oleg Gorislavich (C-05); 1078 exiled to Byzantium; † 1115 c.;
4.   David(C-06) = (N-05) = (S-04); † 1123;
5.   Yaroslav (C-07) = (R-01); † 1130;
K-12 1030 1076-1077
and
1078-1093
Vsevolod I of Kiev = Wsevolod I of Pereyaslavl;
= (P-01) = (C-02); s(K-08); b(K-09); * 1030 c.; † 13/04 1093;
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1054 to 1073;
Prince of Chernigov from 1073 to 1078;
Great Prince of Kiev from - first period - 1076 or January 1077 to deposed July 1077;
Ruled second period from 1078 to 1093;
Had control over Novgorod from 1088 c. by placing a grandson, Mstislav (N-06) as ruler;

Anastasia of Byzantium; m(1) 1046 c.; † 1067; d Emperor Konstantinos IX Monomachus;

Anna; m(2) 1068 c.; † 07/10 1111; d Kuman Khan;
children :
1.   Vladimir I of Pereyaslavl (P-02) = (K-14);
2.   Rotislav (P-03); † 26/05 1093;
3.   Yanka = Anna; † 02/11 1112; became a nun:
4.   Eupraxia = Adelheid; * 1071 c.; † 09/07 1109;
   m(1) 1086 Markgrave Heinrich I of Stade, † 28/06 1087;
   m(2) 1089 or Sep 1090 Emperor Heinrich IV of Germany, * 11/11 1050, † 07/08 1106; divorced 1093;
5.   Ekateria; † 11/08 1108;
K-13 1050 1093-1113 Svyatopolk II of Turov;
= (N-04); s(K-09); Illegitimate son! * 1050; † 16/04 1113;
Prince of Polotzk from 1069 to 1071;
Prince of Novgorod from 1078 to 1088;
Prince of Turov from 1088 to 1093; after brother Yaropolk (V-03) was assassinated in 1086;
Great Prince of Kiev from April 1093 to 1113;

Bohemian Princess; also seen as d of emperor Alexius I Bambakorax ???
children :
1.   Yaroslav (V-06); † 1123;
2.   Mstislav I (V-05); -1099-;
3.   Sbyslava; † 1124;
     m 15/11 1102 King Boleslav III of Poland; † 1138;
4.   Predslava;
     m 21/08 1104 King Almos of Croatia; † 1129;

Elena; m 1094; d Tugorkhan of Kumans;
children :
5.   Briachislav, Prince of Polotsk; * 1104; † 1127;
6.   Izyaslav; † 1127;
7.   Anna;
     m Svyatoslav of Lutzk; † 14/10 1142;
8.   Maria;
     m Boyar Peter Vlast;
K-14 1053 1113-1125 Vladimir II Monomakh = Vladimir II Monomachos =
Vladimir II of Smolensk = Vladimir I Monomach of Pereyaslavl
;
= (P-02) = (S-03) = (C-04); s(K-12 = P-01);
* 1053; † 19/05 1125 at Alta River; ‡ Sophia Cathedral in Kiev;
Prince of Rostov from 1066 to 1073;
Prince of Smolensk from 1073 to 1093;
Prince of Chernigov from 1078 to 1093;
Prince of Pereyaslavl, first period from 1076 to 1078;
Prince of Pereyaslavl, second period from 1094 to 1113;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1113 to 1125;
In most of his 12 years rule only the principality of Polotsk remained independent of Kiev;

Gytha of Wessex; m(1) 1072 c.; † 10/03 1098 in Palestine;
d King Harold Godwinson;
children :
  1.   Mstislav II (K-15) = (P-03B) = (N-06); 01/06 1076; † 15/04 1132;
  2.   Izyaslav; * 1077; † 06/09 1096;
   Prince of Kursk to 1085; Prince of Murom 1095-1096;
  3.   Svyatoslav (S-05) = (P-03A); * 1080 c.; † 16/03 1114;
  4.   Yaropolk II (K-16) = (P-04); * 1082; † 18/02 1139;
  5.   Viacheslav (K-17) = (P-07) = (S-06); * 1083; † 06/02 1154;

Byzantian woman; m(2) 1099 c.; † 07/05 1107;
children :
  6.   Maritsa = Maria; * 1104; † 1146;
   m 1112 c. Pseudo-Leon Diogenes = Romanus Diogenes; † 15/08 1116 murdered;
  7.   Yuri I Dolgoruky (K-21) = (P-08) + (U-01); † 15/04 1157;
  8.   Sofia; † 04/04 1139;
   m 1112 King Koloman of Hungary; * 1070 c.; † 03/02 1116;
  9.   Agafia;
   m 1116 Vsevolodko of Hrodno; † 01/02 1142;

Daughter of the Kuman Khan; m(3); † 11/07 1127;
children :
10.   Roman; † 06/01 1119; Prince of Volynia 1117 to 1119;
   Prince of Vladimir-Suzdal from 1123;
   m Volodarevna of Przemysl-Zwenihorod;
11.   Andrei (P-09) = (V-07); * 11/07 1102; † 22/01 1142;
K-15 1076 1125-1132 Mstislav I Harald of Novgorod = Mstislav I the Great;
Also called Mstislav II of Novgorod;
= (N-06) = (P-03B); s(C-04 = K-14 = P-02 = S-03); * 01/06 1076; † 15/04 1132;
Prince of Novgorod from 1088 to 1117;
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1113 or 1117 to 1125;
Prince of Bielogorod from 1116;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1125 to 1132;

Christine; m(1) 1096; † 18/01 1122; d Inge I of Sweden;
children :
  1.   Ingeborg;
   m 1116 or 1118 Duke Knud Lavard of Schleswig;
  2.   Malfred = Malmfred = Malfrida; † after 1137;
   m(1) 1116 or 1118 Sigurd I Jorsalafar of Norway;
   m(2) 1130 or 1132 Erik Emune of Denmark;
  3.   Eupraxia; † 1136;
   m 1122 Emperor Alexios; * 1106; † 1142;
  4.   Vsevolod (N07); † 11/02 1138;
  5.   Izyaslav II (K-20) = (V-08) = (P-06); † 13/11 1154;
  6.   Sviatopolk of Novgorod (V-09) = (N-10); † 1154;
  7.   Rostislav I (K-22) = (N-12) = (P-10) = (S-07); † 14/03 1168;
  8.   Rogneda; † after 1119;
   m 12/05 1112 Prince Yaroslav of Volynia (V-06), † 1123;
  9.   Maria; † 1179;
   m between 1116 and 1125 Prince Vsevolod of Kiev (K-18), † 01/08 1146;
10.   Xenia; † after 1129;
   m 1125 c. Bryachislav of Izyaslavl; † after 1129;

Liubava m(2) 1122; † after 1168; d statholder of Novgorod, Dimitrij Sawiditsch;
children :
11.   Euphrosyne; * 1130; † between 1186 and 1193;
   m 1146 King Geza II of Hungary (Hun-130); * 1130 c.; † 31/05 1162;
12.   Vladimir (K-24A) = (V-10); † 30/05 1171;
K-16 - 1132-1139 Yaropolk II of Pereyaslavl;
= (P-04); s(K-14 = P-02); * 1082; † 18/02 1139;
Prince of Pereyaslav from 1114 to 1132;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1132 to 1139;

Helene of Ossetia; m 1116; † after 1146;
K-17 - 1139
and
1150
and
1151-1154
Vyacheslav I of Turov = Viacheslav = Wiætscheslaw;
= (P-07) = (S-06); s(K-14 = P-02 = S-03); * 1083; † 06/02 1154 or 1155;
Prince of Rostov & Suzdal from 1096 to 1107;
Prince of Smolensk from 1113 to 1125;
Prince of Turov, first period from 1125 to 1132;
Second perido from 1142 to 1146;
Prince of Pereyaslav from 1132 to 1134;
Great Prince of Kiev, first period 8 days in 1139; the only period mentioned in CMH.
Second period in 1150;
Third period from 1151 to 1154;

children :
1.   Mikhail, Prince of Turov; † 25/07 1129;
2.   Daughter;
K-18 - 1139-1146 Vsevolod II of Chernigov;
= (C-08); s(C-05); gs (K-11); b to (K-19); † 01/08 1146;
Prince of Chernigov from 1127 to 1139;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1139 to 1146;

Maria of Kiev (K-15-9); m 1116 c.; † 1179; d Mstislav II;
children :
1.   Sviatoslav III (C-11) = (K-30); † 24/07 1194;
2.   Yaroslav II (C-12); † 1198;
3.   Vladimir; † 1201;
4.   Svyatopolk; † after 1162;
5.   Veleslava;
   m Prince Vladislav of Poland;
6.   Zvenislava; † after 1142;
K-19 - 1146-1147 Igor II of Novgorod-Severskiy = Saint Igor = Ingvaar;
gs(K-11) b to (K-18); † 19/09 1147 murdered by Kiev townsmen;
Prince of Kursk from 1115 to 1127;
Prince of Chernigov from 1139 to 1146;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1146 to 1147; not mentioned in all sources;
K-20 1096 1146-1149
and
1150
and
1151-1154
Izyaslav II = Iziaslav II of Pereyaslav = Isjaslaw II;
= (V-08) = (P-06); s(K-15 = N-03 = P-03B); * 1096; † 13/11 1154;
Prince of Kursk from 1125 to 1129;
Prince of Polotsk from 1129 to 1132;
Prince of Turov from 1132 to 1134;
Prince of Volynia from 1135 to 1142;
Prince of Pereyaslav from 1142 to 1146;
Great Prince of Kiev first period from 1146 to 1149;
Second period in 1150;
Third period from 1151 to 1154;

Princess of the German Staufen line; m(1); † 1151;
children :
1.   Mstislav III (K-24) = (P-09B) = (V-12); † 19/08 1170;
2.   Yaroslav II (K-29) = (N-11) = (V-11); † 1180;
3.   Yaropolk, Prince of Shumsk; † 07/03 1168 or 1170;
   m 1164 c. Maria Svyatoslavna of Chernigov, * 1149; † 1189;
4.   Daughter, -1143-;
   m 1144 c. Prince Rogvolod II of Polotsk, † 07/05 1171;
5.   Yevdokia = Eudoxia;
   m 1154 c. Prince Mieszko III of Poland, * 1127, † 13/03 1202;

Rusudana of Georgia; m(2) 1154;

Moscow is mentioned in the chronicles for the first time. [10494 p.110]
K-21 - 1149-1150
and
1150-1151
and
1155-1157
Yuri I of Suzda = Yuri Dolgoruky of Suzdal-Vladimir = Georg den Langhåndede = Jurij;
= (P-08) = (U-01); s(K-14); * 1100; † 15/04 or 15/05 1157 poisoned; ‡ Kiev;
Prince of Rostov & Suzdal from 1108 to 1155;
Great Prince of Kiev, first period from Aug./Sep. 1149 to April 1151;
Or with a break in 1150: Second period from 1150 to 1151;
Third period from Mar 1155 to May 1157;
Also Prince of Suzdal-Vladimir as (U-01);
CMH. has only the period 1155-1158 in Kiev, and other sources differ from these dates;

He founded Moscow in 1147. The city was first mentioned 04/04 1147;

Daughter of Khan Aepa of the Kuman dynasty; m(1) 12/01 1108;
children :
  1.   Rotislav I (N-09); † 06/04 1151;
  2.   Ivan; † 24/02 1147;
  3.   Andrei Bogolyubsky (U-02); † 29/06 1174;
  4.   Olga; † 14/07 1181;
   m Prince Jaroslaw den Vise of Hallitsch; † 1187;
  5.   Maria; † 1165 c.;
  6.   Gleb of Pereyaslavl (K-25); † 20/01 1171;
  7.   Boris; † 02/05 1159; Prince of Turov from 1155;
  8.   Mstislav II of Novgorod (N-14); † after 1157;
  9.   Vasilko; † exiled, died in Byzantium;
10.   Yaroslav; † 12/04 1166;
11.   Sviatoslav; † 11/01 1174;
Helena Komnen; m(2); I am unsure of family position in the Komnene line;
children :
12.   Mikhail (K-25a) = (U-03); † 20/06 1176;
13.   Vsevolod III (K-27); † 15/04 1212;
14.   David Yuryevich;
15   Yaropolk Yuryevich;

From the eldest to the youngest the sequence could be: 2, 7, 8, 1, 3, and from second marriage: 12, 13;
K-22 1110 1154-1155
and
1158-1161
and
1161-1167
Rostislav I of Smolensk;
= (N-12) = (P-10) = (S-07); s(K-15 = N-06); * 1110 c.; † 14/03 1167 or 1168;
Prince of Smolensk from 1127 to 1159;
Great Prince of Kiev, first period from 1154 to 1155;
(One source has first period in 1159);
Second period from 1158 to 1161;
Third period from 1161 to 1167;
or another source has:
First period in 1159;
Second period from 1160 to 1167;
CMH. and some other source only mention 1159-1167;

children :
1.   Roman (K-26) = (N-22) = (S-08); † 1180;
2.   Rurik (K-28) = (N-18); † 19/04 1210;
3.   David (N-13) = (S-10); † 23/04 1197;
4.   Sviatoslav (N-15); † 1169;
5.   Mstislav the Brave (N-23); † 11/07 1180;
6.   Agafia;
   m Count Oleg of Novgorod-Severskiy;
7.   Elena;
   m King Kasimir II of Poland * 1138, † 1194;
8.   Daughter;
K-23 - 1155-1161 Izyaslav III of Chernigov = Iziaslav III = Isjaslaw III;
= (C-09); s(C-06); gs (K-11); † 06/03 1161 in battle;
Prince of Chernigov to 1160;
Great Prince of Kiev first period in 1155;
Second period from 21/05 1157 to 1159;
Third period from 1159 to 1161;
CMH. and other sources only mention 1157/1158 to 1159;
K-23a - 1167 Vasiliy I of Berestye;
K-24 - 1167-1169
and
1170
Mstislav III of Volhynia = Mstislav II of Pereyaslavl = Mstislav II of Kiev;
= (P-09B) = (V-12); s(K-20 = V-08 = P-06); † 19/08 1170;
Prince of Pereyaslav, first period from 1146 to 1149;
Second period from 1151 to 1155;
Prince of Lutzk from 1155 to 1157;
Prince of Volynya from 1157 to 1170;
Great Prince of Kiev, first period from 05/1167 to 08/03 or Dec. 1169;
Second period from 02/1170 to 04/1170; not in CMH.

Agnieszka of Poland; * 1137; m 1152; † after 1181; d
children :
1.   Roman I of Novgorod (G-05) = (K-31A) = (N-17) = (V-13); † 19/06 1205;
2.   Svyatoslav, Prince of Brest; † between 1172 and 1183;
3.   Vsevolod (V-13A); † 1195;
[CMH.] and [Reclam p. 197] have as ruler after (K-24) Andrey 1169-1174 (U-02) followed by (K-30);
K-24A - 1167
and
1171
Vladimir = Vladimir of Kiev;
= (V-10); s(K-15); b(V08+09); † 30/05 1171;
Prince of Dorogobuzh, first period from 1152 to 1154;
Second period from 1170 to 1171;
Prince of Volynia from 1154 to 1158;
Grand Prince of Kiev, first period from March 1167 to May 1167;
Second period from Feb. 1171 to May 1171;

Daughter of Bjelos of Slovenia; m 1150 c.;
children :
1.   Rotislav, Prince of Kanev & Tripolye;
2.   Mstislav, Prince of Kanev & Tripolye;
3.   Yaroslav (N-25); † after 1207;
4.   Svyatoslav; † 1221;
K-25 - 1169-1171 Gleb of Pereyaslavl;
= (P-12); s(K-21 = P-08); † 20/01 1171;
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1154 to 1169;
Prince of Kiev, first period from March 1169 to February 1170;
Second period from April 1170 to January 1171;

Unknown; m(1); † 1154;

d Izyaslav III of Kiev; m(2) 1155;
children :
1.   Vladimir I (P-13); † 18/04 1187;
2.   Izyaslav; † 1183;
3.   Maria;
   m Vsevolod of Kursk; † 1196;
[Wiki] states a Prince Mikhail of Vladimir as ruler in Kiev in 1171 = (U-03), s(K-21);
K-26 - 1171-1172
and
1175-1176
Roman of Smolensk;
= (S-08) = (N-22); s(K-22 = S-07); † 1180;
Prince of Smolensk, first period from 1160 to 1172;
Second period from 1177 to 1180;
Prince of Kiev, first period from 1172 to 1174;
Second period from 1175 to 1177;
Prince of Novgorod, first period in 1154;
Second period from 1178 to 1179;

Daughter of Prince Sviatoslav of Chernigov; m 09/01 1149;
children :
1.   Mstislav III (K-34) = (S-11); † 30/05 1223;
2.   Yaropolk (S-09); † after 1176;
3.   Boris; † after 1214;
K-27 - 1172-1173 Vsevolod III of Suzdal-Vladimir, The Great Nest;
= (N-28) = (U-04); s(K-21 = U-01); * 1154; † 15/04 1212; ‡ Vladimir;
Grand Prince of Kiev from Feb. 1173 to March 1173;
Grand Prince of Vladimir from 1176 to 1212;

Maria of Ossetia = Maria Slwarnovna; m(1) 1170 c; † 19/03 1206 (1205 OS); later canonized;
children :
  1.   Konstantin I (U-06); † 02/02 1218;
  2.   Boris; * 1187; † 1187 c.;
  3.   Gleb; * 1187; † 29/09 1189;
  4.   Yuriy II (U-05); † 04/03 1238;
  5.   Yaroslav III (K-36) = (N-32) = (P-15) = (U-07); † 30/009 1246;
  6.   Vladimir (P-16); † 06/01 1229;
  7.   Svyatoslav III (N-29) = (U-08); † 03/02 1252;
  8.   Ivan Kasha; † 1247 c.;
   he had children and grandchildren: Princes of Starodub;
  9.   Sbyslava; * 26/10 1178;
10.   Vseslava; † after 1206;
   m 1187 Rotislav Yaroslavich of Chernigov; * 24/06 1174 † after 1214;
11.   Verkhoslava; * 1181; † after 1226;
   m 26/04 1189 Rotislav of Smolensk-Kiev; † 1218;
12.   Elena; † 30/12 1203;

Lyubov of Vitebsk; m(2) 1209; † after 1212;
no children ;
K-28 1149 1173-1174
and
1180-1181
and
1194-1200
and
1203-1204
and
1205-1206
Riurik of Novgorod = Ryurik II = Riurik Rostislavich;
s(K-22 = N-12); * 1140; † 19/04 1210;
Prince of Kiev, first period from 1173 to 1174;
Second period from 1180 to 1181;
Third period from 1194 to 1200 or 1195 to 1202; only period mentioned in CMH.
Fourth period from 1203 to 1204; with help from Chernigov, he took and sacked Kiev in 1203 and Roman was deposed [CMH p. 798]
Fifth period from 1205 to 1206;
Sixth periode from 1206 to 1210;
Some reckon seven periods of reign;
Prince of Chernigov - Belgorod;

Woman of Kuman dynasty; m(1);

Anna, Princess of Turov; m(2);
children :
1.   Rotislav II (K-32); † 1218;
2.   Vladimir III (K-35); † 1239;
3.   Predislava; † after 1204;
   m Great Prince Roman of Kiev (K-31A), †19/06 1205;
4.   Vseslava;
   m Prince Yaroslav of Murom;
K-29 - 1174-1175 Yaroslav II;
= (N-11) = (V-11); s(K-20 = P-06 = V-08); † 1180;
Prince of Lutsk from 1154 to 1180;
Grand Prince of Kiev from Dec. 1173 to June 1174;

Princess from Przemyslid;
children :
1.   Ingvar (K-31); † between 1214 and 1224;
2.   Vsevolod, Prince of Dorogobuzh; † after 1209;
   m 1167 c. Malfrida of Turov;
3.   Izyaslav, Prince of Shumsk; † 1196;
4.   Mstislav the Mute, Prince of Peresopnitsa and Lutsk; † 1227;
5.   Anastasia;
K-30 - 1176-1180
and
1181-1194
Sviatoslav III of Chernigov = Svyatoslav II;
= (C-11); s(K-18 = C-08); † 24/07 1194;
Prince of Seversk to 1176;
Prince of Chernigov from 1164 to 1176;
Prince of Kiev, first period from 1176 to 1180;
Second period from 1181 to 1194;

Maria Vasilkovna from Polotsk; m 1143;
children :
1.   Vladimir II of Novgorod (N-24); † 1201;
2.   Vsevolod III (C-13) = (K-33); † 1215
3.   Gleb (C-14); † 1214;
4.   Mstislav I (C-15); † 1223;
5.   Oleg (C-13A); † 1204;
6.   Boleslava; † before 1189;
   m Vladimir of Galitzk, † 1197;
7.   daughter m Prince Roman of Murom;
K-31 - 1200-1203 Ingvar of Lutsk;
s(K-29); † between 1214 and 1224;
Prince of Lutsk from 1180 to 1220;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1202 to 1204; [9915] has divergent date: from 1215??

children :
1.   Izyaslav, Prince of Dorogobuzh; † 16/06 1223;
2.   Yaroslav, Prince of Lutsk and Przemysl; † 1239 c.;
3.   Vladimir, Prince of Kamenets; † 1229;
4.   Gremislava; † 1258;
   m 1207 Prince Leszek of Krakow; † 23/11 1227;
K-31A - 1203-1205 Roman I of Novgorod = Roman the Great;
G-05 = N-17 = V-13; s(K-24 = P-09B = V-12); † 19/06 1205 murdered;
or killed in battle against Duke Lesko of Poland (P-II 26). Roman had since he was expelled from Kiev in 1203 fought over the Polish border [CMH p. 798];
Prince of Novgorod from 1168 to 1170;
Prince of Volynya, first period from 1173 to 1187;
Second period from 1188 to 1205;
Prince of Galicia, first period from 1187 to 1188 or 1188 to 1189;
Second period from 1199 to 1205; in 1199 he annexed Galicia [CMH. p. 798];
Great Prince of Kiev from 1203 to 1205; he conquered Kiev in 1200 but lost it again in 1203 [CMH. p. 798];
Pope Innocent III allowed him to take the title of King;

Predislava Ryurikovna of Smolensk (K-28-3); m(1) 1184, divorced 1189; † later than 1204;
children :
1.   Feodora; † 1200 c.;
   m 1187, divorced 1188 Vasilko of Galicia; † after 1241;
2.   Maria; † after 1241;
   m 1200 c. Mikhail of Chernigov; † 20/09 1246;

Byzantine woman; m(2) 1200 c.; † after 1219;
children :
3.   Danylo = Daniel (G-06) = (K-38) = (V-14); † 1264;
4.   Vasilko (V-16); † 1269;

Between 1205 and 1212 Kiev was taken and lost at least six times by
Rotislav and the Olgovichi family.
K-32 1172 c. 1204-1205 Rotislav II;
= (G-09); s(K-28); * 1172 or 1173; † 1218;
Prince of Kiev from 1204 to 1205;

Vierkhuslava of Vladimir; m 26/04 1189;
children :
1.   Rotislav; † after 1239;
2.   Andrey Dolgaya Ruka = Long Hand;
K-33 - 1206-1212 Vsevolod III of Chernigov;
= (C-13); s(C-11 = K-30); † 1215;
Prince of Chernigov from 1204 to 1212;

Anastasia; m; d King Kasimir of Poland;
child :
1.   Michael (C-16) = (K-37) = (N-36); † 20/09 1246;
K-34 - 1212-1223
or
1214-1223
Mstislav III of Smolensk Dobriy = The Good;
= (S-11); s(K-26); † 30/05 1223, killed in battle at Kalkar against the Tatars;
Prince of Pskov from 1178 to 1195;
Prince of Smolensk from 1197 to 1213;
Prince of Kiev from 1214 to 1223;

children :
1.   Sviatoslav (N-33) = (S-13); † after 1239;
2.   Vsevolod (N-34) = (S-14); † 1249;
3.   Rotislav; † 1240 c.;
4.   Andrey; † 1245 c.;
5.   Daughter; † 1245 c.;
K-35 1187 1223-1236 Vladimir III;
s(K-28); * 1187; † 1239;
Prince of Chernigov from 1216;

child :
1.   Daughter;    m 1230 Great Prince Vsevolod of Vladimir; † 1238;
K-36 1191
or
1197
1236-1238 Yaroslav III of Suzdal-Vladimir = Iaroslav = Feodor;
= (C-07) = (N-32) = (P-15) = (R-07) = (U-07); s(K-27 = U-04); b(P-16);
* 08/02 1191 or 1197; † 30/09 1246; ‡ Vladimir;
[CMH 9972 p. 798]
Prince of Pereyaslavl, first period from 1201 to 1206;
Second period from 1210 to 1238;
Prince of Novgorod, first period from 1215 to 1216;
Second period from 1223 to 1225;
Third period from 1228 to 1229;
Fourth period from 1230 to 1236;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1236 to 1238;
Grand Prince of Vladimir from 1238 to 1246;

Kuman Princess; m(1) 1205 c.; † 1210 c.;

Rotislava of Smolensk; m(2) 1214 c.; divorced 1216; † 1244;
d Prince Mstislav Nstislawitz of Novgorod; † 1228;

Theodosia of Riazan; m(3) 1218 c.; † 05/05 1244;
children :
1.   Fedor (N-36A = N-37A); * 1219; † 05/06 1233;
2.   Alexander Nevsky (K-39) = (N-38) = (U-11);
3.   Andrei II (U-10); † 1264 c.;
4.   Michael II (U-09); † 1249 c.;
5.   Daniil, Prince of Gorodets; † 1256;
6.   Yaroslav II (N-40) = (T-01) = (U-12); † 16/09 1272;
7.   Konstantin, Prince of Dmitrov & Galich; † 1255;
8.   Vasili (N-42) = (U-13); † 1276;
K-37 1179 1238-1240 Michael of Chernigov;
= (N-36) = (C-16); s(C-13 = K-33); * 1179; † 20/09 1246; ‡ Moscow;
Prince of Pereslavl in 1206;
Prince of Novgorod from 1224 to 1229;
Prince of Chernigov first period from 1224 to 1236;
Second period from 1243 to 1246;
Prince of Galitzk from 1235 to 1238;
Great prince of Kiev from 1238 to 1246;

Maria of Galicia; m 1200 c.; † after 1241;
children :
1.   Rotislav (N-37); † 1262;
2.   Roman, Prince of Briansk & Chernigov; † after 1288;
3.   Simeon;
4.   Mstislav, Prince of Karachev; * 1220; † 1280;
5.   Geogiy, Prince of Torusk & Chernigov;
6.   Maria; † 09/12 1271;
   m 10/02 1227 Prince Vasilko of Rostov † 04/03 1238;
7.   Feodulia; * 1165 c.; † 1250;
   m 1201 Sviatoslav of Chernigovsk;
   Feodulia was canonized 1580 as St. Eufrosinia of Suzdal;
K-37A 1193 1239-1240 Rotislav;
s(S-12); † 1240;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1239 to 1240;

Here I have some unconfirmed information which does not fit;
Maybe (S-15) = (K-37A), but time of death is not the same????

children :
1.   Gleb (S-16); † 1278;
2.   Mikhail (S-17); † 1279;
3.   Fedor (S-18); † 19/09 1299;
4.   Konstantin; † after 1267;
K-38 1201 ?1240-? Daniel of Galicia;
= (G-06) = (V-14); s(G-05 = K-31A = N-17 = V-13); * 1201; † 1264;
Prince of Galicia, first period from 1211 to 1213;
Second period from 1229 to 1264;
Prince of Volynya from 1215 to 1264;
King of Galicia from 1253 or 1255;

Anna Mstislavna; m(1) 1218; † not later than 1252; of Novgorod;
children :
1.   Irakli; * 1223 c.; † 1240 c.;
2.   Lev = Leo (G-15); * 1228 c.; † 1301 c.;
3.   Roman, Duke of Slonim; * 1230 c.; † 1261 c.;
   m(1) 27/06 1252 Gertrud of Austria, * 1288 c.; † 24/04 1299;
   m(2) 1255 c. Elena Glebovna of Volkoysk; † after 1288;
4.   Mstislav (V-18); † 1300 c.;
5.   Ioann Sharvn, Grand Duke of Lithuania; † 1269;
6.   Pereyaslava; † 12/04 1283;
   m 1248 c. Prince Ziemowit of Masovia; * 1224; † 23/06 1262;
7.   Ustinia; † ?;
   m Prince Andreii II of Vladimir-Suzdal; † 1264;
8.   Sofia; † ?;
   m 1259 Count Heinrich V of Schwarzburg-Blankenburg; † 1287;

Niece of Duke Mindaugas of Lithuania; m(2) 1250 c.;
K-39 1220 1236-1263 Alexander Nevsky;
= (N-38) = (U-11); s(C-07 = K-36 = N-32 = P-15 = R-07 = U-07);
* 30/05 1220; † 14/11 1263; ‡ Vladimir;
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1246 to 1263;
Prince of Novgorod, first period from 1236 to 1240;
Second period from 1241 to 1252;
Third period from 1257 to 1259;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1246 to 1263;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1252 to 1263;

Alexandra of Polotsk; m 1239;
children :
1.   Vasiliy (N-39); * 1240 c.; † 1271;
2.   Dimitriy (U-14); * 1246; † 1294;
3.   Andrei (U-15); * 1255; † 1304;
4.   Daniel (Z-01); * 1265; † 1303;
5.   Evdokia = Eudoxia;
   m Prince Konstantin of Smolensk;

Defeated the Swedish forces at the Ischora, a tributary to Neva, in 1240.
He won the battle on the ice of the Peipus Lake = Chudskoje Ozero the 05/04 1242 against the Knights of the Sword / Teutonic Knights.
Died on the return journey from the Khan in Horden, Asia. He was canonized in 1547.
Continue with number U-11.
 

Princes of Novgorod
 

No. Born Ruled Ruler's name and relations
Spouse's name and relations
N-01 1020 1036-1052 Vladimir = Vladimir II;
s(K-08); * 1020 c.; † 04/10 1052; ‡ Novgorod;
Prince of Novgorod from 1036 to 1052;
Founder of St. Sophia Cathedral, Novgorod;
The dynasty had through (K-06-1) and father (K-06) ruled Novogorod further back;

child :
1.   Rotislav; † 03/02 1066 poisoned;
He was expatriated from Novgorod by Izyaslav (K-09) in 1064;
became Princ of Novgorod under Izyaslav to 1064;
   m Lanka of Hungary † after 1066;
   they got:
   a) Rurik, Prince of Peremyshl; † 1092;
   b) Volodar, Prince of Peremyshl; † 19/03 1124;
   he got:
     i) Vladimirko; † 1153; Prince of Halitsch from 1124;
     m Richitza, d Count Boleslav III of Poland; she was widowed after Magnus Nilsson of Västra Götland;
     Richitza and Vladimir got:
       *) Sophia who;
       m King Valdemar I of Denmark;
       **) Jaroslav den Vise, Prince of Halitsch from 1153;
       m Olga, d Prince Georg I of Kiev, separated 1181;
       Jaroslav and Olga got:
         - Vladimir; † 1198, Prince of halitsch from 1187;

     ii) Rotislav, Prince of Peremysl from 1124;
     he got:
       *) Ivan, expatriated; † 1161;

   c) Vasilko, Prince of Terebovlya; blinded 1097; † 1124;

The descendants of Vladimir, who were barred from the ruling line according to Jaroslav's will of 1054, were granted the area called Galicia in the southern part of today's Ukraine;
N-02 1024 1052-1069 Iziaslav = Iziaslav I of Kiev;
= (K-09); s(K-08); * 1024 c.; † 03/10 1078; ‡ Kiev;
Prince of Turov from 1052 to 1054;
Prince of Novgorod from 1052 to 1054;
Great Prince of Kiev from - first period - 1054 to 1068;
Ruled second period from 1069 to 1073;
Ruled third period from 1077 to 1078;

Gertrud; * 1020 c.; m 1043; † 04/01 1107; d King Miccislav II of Poland;
children :
1.   Mstislav, Prince of Novgorod from 1067; † 1069;
     he got:
     a) Rotislav; † 1093;

2.   Yaropolk (V-03);
3.   Yevpraxia;
4.   Svyatopolk (K-13) = (N-04); † 1113;

According to [6288 p.133] Izyaslav had another son called Brjacislav who died 1044;
N-03 - 1069-1078 Gleb;
s(K-11);
Prince of Novgorod from 1068 to 1073 and;
Second period from 1077 to 1078;
N-04 1050 1078-1088 Sviatopolk = Sviatopolk II of Kiev;
= (K-13); s(K-09); Illegitimate son! * 1050; † 16/04 1113;
Prince of Polotzk from 1069 to 1071;
Prince of Novgorod from 1078 to 1088;
Prince of Turov from 1088 to 1093;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1093 to 1113;

child :
1.   David;
N-05 - 1088-1095 David I = Davyd;
= (C-06) = (S-04); s(C-01 = K-11); † 1123;
Prince of Novgorod from 1087 c. til 1097;
Prince of Smolensk from 1087 to 1097;
Prince of Chernigov from 1098 to 1123;

children :
1.   Vladimir; † 12/05 1151;
   m 1114 daughter of Vsevolod of Hrodno;
2.   Izyaslav III (C-09) = (K-23); † 06/03 1161;
3.   Vsevolod, Prince of Murom;
4.   Svyatoslav; * 1080 c.; † 14/10 1142;
5.   Rotislav; † 1120;
N-06 1076 1095-1125 Mstislav Harald of Kiev = Mstislav I Harald of Novgorod;
Also called Mstislav II of Novgorod;
= (K-15) = (P-03B); s(C-04 = K-14 = P-02 = S-03); * 01/06 1076; † 15/04 1132;
Prince of Novgorod from 1088 to 1117;
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1117 to 1125;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1125 to 1132;

Christine; m(1) 1096; † 18/01 1122; d Inge I of Sweden;
children :
  1.   Ingeborg;
   m 1116 or 1118 Duke Knud Lavard of Schleswig;
  2.   Malfred = Malmfred = Malfrida; † after 1137;
   m(1) 1116 or 1118 Sigurd I Jorsalafar of Norway;
   m(2) 1130 or 1132 Erik Emune of Denmark;
  3.   Eupraxia; † 1136;
   m 1122 Emperor Alexios; * 1106; † 1142;
  4.   Vsevolod (N07); † 11/02 1138;
  5.   Izyaslav II (K-20) = (V-08) = (P-06); † 13/11 1154;
  6.   Sviatopolk of Novgorod (V-09) = (N-10); † 1154;
  7.   Rostislav I (K-22) = (N-12) = (P-10) = (S-07); † 14/03 1168;
  8.   Rogneda; † after 1119;
   m 12/05 1112 Prince Yaroslav of Volynia (V-06), † 1123;
  9.   Maria; † 1179;
   m between 1116 and 1125 Prince Vsevolod of Kiev (K-18), † 01/08 1146;
10.   Xenia; † after 1129;
   m 1125 c. Bryachislav of Izyaslavl; † after 1129;

Liubava m(2) 1122; † after 1168; d statholder of Novgorod;
children :
11.   Euphrosyne; * 1130; † between 1186 and 1193;
   m 1146 King Geza II of Hungary (Hun-130); * 1130 c.; † 31/05 1162;
12.   Vladimir (K-24A) = (V-10); † 30/05 1171;
N-07 - 1125-1136 Vsevolod I = Vsevolod-Gabriel;
s(K-15 = N-06 = P-03B); † 11/02 1138;
Prince of Novgorod from 1117 to 1136;
Prince of Pskov from 1137 to 1138; Pskov's Saint;

daughter of a prince Sviatoslav of Chernigov; m 1123; † after 1136;
children :
1.   Ivan; † 10/04 1128;
2.   Vladimir; † after 1139;
3.   Verkhoslava; † 15/03 1167;
   m Prince Boleslaw IV of Poland (PI-10-4); * 1122; † 03/04 1173;
N-08 - 1136-1138 Sviatoslav I = Sviatoslav II of Chernigov;
= (C-10) = (P-05); s(C-05 = K-15); † 14/02 1164;
Prince of Novgorod, first period from 1136 to 1138;
Second period from 1139 to 1141;
Prince of Chernigov from 1157 to 1164;

Maria Petrilovna (unconfirmed); m;
children :
1.   Oleg, Prince of Seversk; † 1180;
   m(1) Marie of Kiev; † 1165;
   m(2) 1163 Agafia of Smolensk, d. Rostislav;

2.   Igor; * 03/04 1151; † 29/12 1202;
     Prince of Seversk 1179-1198;
     Prince of Chernigov 1198-1202;
   m(1) 1169, unknown name;
   they got:
     a) Vladimir, Prince of Putivi, Novgorod-Severskiy and Galitzk; † 1212;
     b) Oleg; * 1174;
     c) Roman, Prince of Putivl, Zvenigorod and Galitzk; † 1211;
     c) Svyatoslav, Prince of Kursk, Volynya and Peremyshl; † 1211;
   m(2) 1184 Eufrosinia of Galitzia;

3.   Vsevolod, Prince of Kursk; * 1153 c.; † 1196;
   m Olga Glebovna of Pereyaslav;
4.   Daughter; † after 1170;
   m Prince Vladimir of Volynya, † 28/01 1170;
N-09 - 1138-1139 Rotislav I;
s(K-21 = P-08 = U-01); † 06/04 1151;
Prince of Novgorod, first period from 1138 to 1139; deposed 1139 to 1140;
Second period from 1141 to 1142;
Prince of Pereyaslav from 1149 to 1151;

children :
1.   Mstislav III (N-16); † 20/04 1178;
2.   Yaropolk I (N-21); † after 1196;
3.   Euphrosyne; † 1179;
   m Gleb Rostislavich of Riazan; † 31/07 1178;
N-10 - 1142-1148 Sviatopolk;
= (V-09); s(K-15 = N-06 = P-03B);
Prince of Pskov from 1138 to 1140;
Prince of Novgorod from 1142 to 1148;
Prince of Volynya from 1148 to 1154;

Euphemia of Moravia; * 1115; m 1143 or 1144; † after 1144;
child :
1.   Yaroslav III of Novgorod (N-25);
N-11 - 1148-1154 Yaroslav I;
= (K-29) = (V-11); s(K-20 = V-08); † 1180;
Prince of Lutsk from 1154 to 1180;
Grand Prince of Kiev from Dec. 1173 to June 1174;

Princess from Przemyslid;
children :
1.   Ingvar (K-31); † between 1214 and 1224;
2.   Vsevolod, Prince of Dorogobuzh; † after 1209;
   m 1167 c. Malfrida of Turov;
3.   Izyaslav, Prince of Shumsk; † 1196;
4.   Mstislav the Mute, Prince of Peresopnitsa and Lutsk; † 1227;
5.   Anastasia;
N-12 1110 1154 Rotislav II;
= (K-22) = (P-10) = (S-07); s(K-15 = N-06); * 1110 c.; † 14/03 1168;
Prince of Smolensk from 1127 to 1159;
Great Prince of Kiev, first period from 1154 to 1155;
(One source has first period in 1159);
Second period from 1158 to 1161;
Third period from 1161 to 1167;
or another source has:
First period in 1159;
Second period from 1160 to 1167;

children :
1.   Roman (K-26) = (N-22) = (S-08); † 1180;
2.   Rurik (K-28)= (N-18); † 19/04 1210;
3.   David (N-13) = (S-10); † 23/04 1197;
4.   Sviatoslav (N-15); † 1169;
5.   Mstislav the Brave (N-23); † 11/07 1180;
6.   Agafia;
   m Count Oleg of Novgorod-Severskiy;
7.   Elena;
   m King Kasimir II of Poland * 1138, † 1194;
8.   Daughter;
N-13 1140 1154-1155 David II = Davyd;
= (S-10); s(K-22 = N-12 = P-10 = S-07); * 1140; † 23/04 1197;
Prince of Novgorod in 1154; deposed 1174 and again in 1179;
Prince of Torzhok from 1158 to 1161;
Prince of Vitebsk from 1165 to 1167;
Prince of Vyshgorod from 1167 to 1180;
Prince of Smolensk from 1180 to 1197;

children :
1.   Mstislav Boris (S-12); † 1230;
2.   Izyaslav; † after 1183;
3.   Konstantin; † 1218;
4.   Mstislav V Fedor (N-26); † 1187;
5.   Daughter;
   m Prince Gleb of Riazanj; † after 1219;
N-14 - 1154-1157
or
1155-1158
Mstislav II;
s(K-21); † after 1157;
Prince of Novgorod from 1154 to 1157; deposed;
Exiled in Constantinople from 1163;

d Piotr Mikhalkovich of Novgorod; ; m 1155;
child :
1.   Yaroslav II (N-20) = (P-14); † ;
N-15 - 1158-1160 Sviatoslav II;
s(N-12); † 1169;
Prince of Novgorod, first period from 1158 to 1160;
Second period from 1161 to 1169;
N-16 - 1160-1161 Mstislav III Bezokiy = The Eyeless;
s(N-09); † 20/04 1178;
Prince of Novgorod, first period from 1160 to 1161;
Second period from 1175 to 1176; unconfirmed;
Third period from 1177 to 1178; unconfirmed;
Prince of Rostov-Suzdal from 1175 to 1176;

Woman from Smolensk; m(1);

d of boyar of Novgorod; m(2) 1175 c.;
children :
1.   Sviatoslav (N-19A);
N-17 - 1169-1170 Roman I of Novgorod = Roman the Great;
= K-31A = V-13; s(K-24 = P-09B = V-12); † 19/06 1205 murdered;
Prince of Novgorod from 1168 to 1170;
Prince of Volynya, first period from 1173 to 1187;
Second period from 1188 to 1205;
Prince of Galicia, first period from 1187 to 1188 or 1188 to 1189;
Second period from 1199 to 1205; in 1199 he annexed Galicia [CMH. p. 798];
Great Prince of Kiev from 1203 to 1205; he conquered Kiev in 1200 but lost it again in 1203 [CMH. p. 798];
Pope Innocent III allowed him to take the title of King;

Predislava Ryurikovna of Smolensk (K-28-3); m(1) 1184, divorced 1189; † later than 1204;
children :
1.   Feodora; † 1200 c.;
   m 1187, divorced 1188 Vasilko of Galicia; † after 1241;
2.   Maria; † after 1241;
   m 1200 c. Mikhail of Chernigov; † 20/09 1246;

Byzantine woman; m(2) 1200 c.; † after 1219;
children :
3.   Danylo = Daniel (G-06) = (K-38) = (V-14); † 1264;
4.   Vasilko (V-16); † 1269;
N-18 - 1170-1172 Riurik;
s(N-12);
Prince of Novgorod from 1170 to 1172;
N-19 - 1172-1175 Yuri = Georg;
s(U-02);
Prince of Novgorod from 1172 to 1175;

Tamara, Georgian Princess;
no children ;
N-19A - 1175-1176 Sviatoslav;
s(N-16);
Prince of Novgorod from 1175 to 1176;
N-20 - 1176-1177 Yaroslav II Krasniy, The Handsome;
= (P-14); s(N-14); † c. 1199;
Prince of Novgorod from 1176 to 1177;
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1196 to 1199;
N-21 - 1178-1179 Yaropolk I;
s(N-09); † after 1196;
Prince of Vladimir from 1175 to 1176;
Prince of Torzhok from 1177 to 1178;
Blinded together with (N-16) in 1177 or 1178;

Woman from Vitebsk; m 03/02 1174;
N-22 - 1179 Roman II;
= (K-26) = (S-08); s(K-22 = S-07); † 1180;
Prince of Smolensk, first period from 1160 to 1172;
Second period from 1177 to 1180;
Prince of Kiev, first period from 1172 to 1174;
Second period from 1175 to 1177;
Prince of Novgorod, first period in 1154;
Second period from 1178 to 1179;

Daughter of Prince Sviatoslav of Chernigov; m 09/01 1149;
children :
1.   Mstislav III (K-34) = (S-11); † 30/05 1223;
2.   Yaropolk (S-09); † after 1176;
3.   Boris; † after 1214;
N-23 - 1179-1180 Mstislav IV Khrabriy = The Brave;
= (S-09A); s(N-12); † 11/07 1180;
Prince of Belgorod in 1161
Second period from 1171 to 1173;
Prince of Smolensk from 1175 to 1177;
Prince of Novgorod from 1179 to 1180;

Daughter of Prince Gleb of Riazanj;
children :
1.   Mstislav VI (N-31); † 1228;
2.   Vladimir, Prince of Pskov; † 1233 c.;
3.   David, Prince of Toropeck; † 1226
N-24 - 1180-1182 Vladimir II;
s(C-11);
N-25 - 1182-1184 Yaroslav III;
s(N-10 = V-09);
Prince of Novgorod from 1182 to 1199;
Prince of Vyshgorod from 1199 to 1205;

Helene of Ossetia; m after 1207; † 25/12 1202;
children :
1.-3.   three children;
N-26 - 1184-1187 Mstislav V Fedor;
s(N-13); † 1187
Prince of Novgorod from 1184 to 1187;

   Vyacheslav; † 1224;
   Vasilko; † after 1218;
N-27 - 1197-1198 Yaropolk II;
s(C-14);
N-28 - 1199-1200 Vsevolod II of Suzdal-Vladimir, The Great Nest;
= (K-27) = (U-04); s(K-21 = U-01); * 1154; † 15/04 1212; ‡ Vladimir;
Grand Prince of Kiev from Feb. 1173 to March 1173;
Grand Prince of Vladimir from 1176 to 1212;

Maria of Ossetia; m(1) 1170 c; † 19/03 1206; later canonized;
children :
  1.   Konstantin I (U-06); † 02/02 1218;
  2.   Boris; * 1187; † 1187 c.;
  3.   Gleb; * 1187; † 29/09 1189;
  4.   Yuriy II (U-05); † 04/03 1238;
  5.   Yaroslav III (K-36) = (N-32) = (P-15) = (U-07); * 1197; † 30/09 1246;
  6.   Vladimir (P-16); † 06/01 1229;
  7.   Svyatoslav III (N-29) = (U-08); † 03/02 1252;
  8.   Ivan Kasha; † 1247 c.;
   he had children and grandchildren: Princes of Starodub;
  9.   Sbyslava; * 26/10 1178;
10.   Vseslava; † after 1206;
   m 1187 Rotislav Yaroslavich of Chernigov; * 24/06 1174 † after 1214;
11.   Verkhoslava; * 1181; † after 1226;
   m 26/04 1189 Rotislav of Smolensk-Kiev; † 1218;
12.   Elena; † 30/12 1203;

Lyubov of Vitebsk; m(2) 1209; † after 1212;
no children ;
N-29 - 1200-1205 Sviatoslav III of Suzdal-Vladimir = Gabriel;
= (P-30) = (U-08); * 27/03 1196; † 03/02 1252;
Prince of Novgorod, first period from 1200 to 1205;
Second period from 1207 to 1210;
Prince of Yuriev, first period from 1214 to 1228;
Second period from 1248 to 1252;
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1228 to 1238;
Prince of Suzdal from 1238 to 1246;
Grand Prince of Vladimir from 1246 to 1248;

Yevdokia; m 03/02 1252; † after 1228;
children :
1.   Dmitri, Prince of Yuriev; † 1269;
2.   Agafia;
   m Duke Conrad of Massowien; † 1247;

(N-29A): Another Prince Vladimir, † 1201, s(C-11 = K-30); is mentioned as ruler until 1201;
N-30 - 1205-1209 Constantine of Suzdal-Vladimir;
= (U-06);
N-31 1170 1209-1215 Mstislav VI Udaloy;
s(N-23); * 1170 c.; † 1228;
Prince of Toropetz, first period from 1181 to 1213;
Second period from 1226 to 1228;
Prince of Novgorod, first period from 1209 or 1210 to 1215;
Second period from 1216 to 1217 or 1218;
Prince of Galicia, first period from 1215 to 1216;
Second period from 1219 to 1226;

Daughter of Khan Kotian of Kuman dynasty;
children :
1.   Vasiliy, Prince of Torzhol; † 1218;
2.   Rotislava;
   m Great Prince Yaroslav II of Vladimir; † 1246;
3.   Anna; † before 1252;
   m 1218 Prince Danylo of Galicia, * 1201, † 1264;
4.   Maria;
   m Prince Andrey of Galicia; † 1234;
N-32 1191
or
1197
1215-1216 Yaroslav IV of Suzdal-Vladimir = Iaroslav;
= (C-07) = (K-36) = (P-15) = (R-07) = (U-07); s(U-04); * 08/02 1191 or 1197; † 30/09 1246; ‡ Vladimir;
[CMH 9972 p. 798]
Prince of Pereyaslavl, first period from 1201 to 1206;
Second period from 1210 to 1238;
Prince of Novgorod, first period from 1215 to 1216;
Second period from 1223 to 1225;
Third period from 1228 to 1229;
Fourth period from 1230 to 1236;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1236 to 1238;
Grand Prince of Vladimir from 1238 to 1246;

Kuman Princess; m(1) 1205 c.; † 1210 c.;

Rotislava of Smolensk; m(2) 1214 c.; divorced 121&; † 1244;

Theodosia of Riazan; m(3) 1218 c.; † 05/05 1244;
children :
1.   Fedor (N-36A = N-37A); * 1219; † 05/06 1233;
2.   Alexander Nevsky (K-39) = (N-38) = (U-11);
3.   Andrei II (U-10); † 1264 c.;
4.   Michael II (U-09); † 1249 c.;
5.   Daniil, Prince of Gorodets; † 1256;
6.   Yaroslav II (N-40) = (T-01) = (U-12); † 16/09 1272;
7.   Konstantin, Prince of Dmitrov & Galich; † 1255;
8.   Vasili (N-42) = (U-13); † 1276;
N-33 - 1217-1219 Sviatoslav IV;
= (S-13); s(K-34 = S-11); b(N-34); † after 1239;
Prince of Novgorod from 1218 to 1219;
Prince of Polotzk from 1222 to 1232;
Prince of Smolensk from 1232 to 1239;
N-34 - 1219-1222 Vsevolod III;
s(S-11); gs(K-24); s(K-34 = S-11); b(N-33); † 1249
Prince of Pskov in 1214;
Prince of Novgorod from 1219 to 1221;
Prince of Smolensk from 1239 to 1249;
N-35 - 1222-1223 Vsevolod IV;
s(U-05); * 23/10 1212; † 07/02 1238; died like father and brother in battle against Mongols;
Prince of Novgorod from 1221 to 1223;

Marina of Kiev; † 07/02 1238;
child :
1.   Alexander Nevsky (N-38); † ;
N-36 - 1225-1228 Michael of Kiev;
= (K-37) = (C-16); s(C-13 = K-33); * 1179; † 20/09 1246; ‡ Moscow;
Prince of Pereyaslavl in 1206;
Prince of Novgorod first period from 1224/1225 to 1228;
Second period from 1229 to 1230;
Prince of Chernigov first period from 1224 to 1236;
Second period from 1243 to 1246;
Prince of Galitzk from 1235 to 1238;
Great prince of Kiev from 1238 to 1246;

Maria of Galicia; m 1200 c.; † after 1241;
children :
1.   Rotislav (N-37); † 1262;
2.   Roman, Prince of Briansk & Chernigov; † after 1288;
3.   Simeon;
4.   Mstislav, Prince of Karachev; * 1220; † 1280;
5.   Geogiy, Prince of Torussk & Chernigov;
6.   Maria; † 09/12 1271;
   m 10/02 1227 Prince Vasilko of Rostov † 04/03 1238;
7.   Feodulia; * 1165 c.; † 1250;
   m 1201 Sviatoslav of Chernigovsk;
   she was canonized from 1580 as St. Eufrosinia of Suzdal;
N-36A - 1228-1229
and
1232-1233
Fedor = Fyodor;
= (N-37A); s(C-07 = K-36 = N-32 = P-15 = R-07 = U-07); * 1219; † 05/06 1233;
Prince of Novgorod, first period from 1228 to 1229;
Second period from 1232 to 1233;
N-37 - 1229-1230 Rotislav III;
s(N-36); * 1225; † 1262;
Prince of Novgorod from 1229 to 1230;
Prince of Galitzia in 1238;
Prince of Lutzk in 1239;
Prince of Chernigov from 1240 to 1243;
Ban of Serbia Machva and SLavonia;
Tsar of Bulgaria;

Anna of Hungary; * 1227 c.; m 1243; † after 1270;
children :
1.   Agrippina;
   m Prince Leshek of Poland * 1240, † 1242;
2.   daughter;
   m Tsar Koloman II of Bulgaria † 1258;
3.   Bela, Prince of Bosnia & Macso; † 1272;
4.   Michail Tsar of Bulgaria; † 1272 c.;
5.   Elisaveta; † 1272 or 1298 c.;
   m(1) Michal II of Bulgaria, * 1238 c. † 1259;
   m(2) Tsar Kalojan of Bulgaria † 1258;
   m(3) 1260 Moys II of Hungary * 1210 † 1281;
6.   Kunigunda; * 1245; † 09/09 1285;
   m(1) 25/10 1261 King Premysl Otakar II of Bohemia * 1233 † 26/08 1278;
   m(2) 02/06 1284 Zavish of Falkenstein † 24/08 1290;
N-37A - 1232-1233 Fedor = Fyodor;
= (N-36A); s(C-07 = K-36 = N-32 = P-15 = R-07 = U-07); * 1219; † 05/06 1233;
Prince of Novgorod, first period from 1228 to 1229;
Second period from 1232 to 1233;
N-38 - 1236-1263 Alexander Nevsky;
= (K-39) = (U-11); s(C-07 = K-36 = N-32 = P-15 = R-07 = U-07);
* 30/05 1220; † 14/11 1263; ‡ Vladimir;
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1246 to 1263;
Prince of Novgorod, first period from 1236 to 1240;
Second period from 1241 to 1252;
Third period from 1257 to 1259;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1246 to 1263;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1252 to 1263;

Alexandra of Polotsk; m 1239;
children :
1.   Vasiliy (N-39); * 1240 c.; † 1271;
2.   Dimitriy (U-14); * 1246; † 1294;
3.   Andrei (U-15); * 1255; † 1304;
4.   Daniel (Z-01); * 1265; † 1303;
5.   Evdokia;
   m Prince Konstantin of Smolensk;

Defeated the Swedish forces at the Ischora, a tributary to Neva, in 1240.
He won the battle on the ice of the Peipus Lake = Chudskoje Ozero the 05/04 1242 against the Knights of the Sword / Teutonic Knights.
Died on the return journey from the Khan in Horden, Asia. He was canonized in 1547.
Continue with number U-11 for the rulers of the total Russian state.
N-39 1240 c. 1255-1257 Vasiliy;
s(K-39 = N-38 = U-11); * 1240; † 1271;
Prince of Novgorod from 1255 to 1257;
N-40 1230 1264-1272 Yaroslav III;
= (T-01) =( U-12); s(U-07); * 1230 c.; † 16/09 1272;
Great Prince of Suzdal-Vladimir from 1263 or 1264 to 1272;
Great Prince of Tver from 1246 or 1247 to 1272;
Prince of Novgorod from 1264 to 1272;

Natalia; m(1); † 1252, murdered;
child :
1.   Sviatoslav (T-02);

Xenia; m(2) 1266; † 1313; d Yuriy Michailovich;
children :
2.   Mikhail; † 1271;
3.   Saint Mikhael (T-03) = (U-16); † 22/11 1318;
4.   Yaroslawna; m King Yuriy of Galichia;
5.   daughter;
N-42 1241 1272-1276 Vasili Kvashnya, The Drunk = Wassilij I = Vasilij of Kostroma;
= (U-13); s(U-07); * 1241; † 1276;
Prince of Kostroma from 1246 to 1276;
Prince of Novgorod from 1273 to 1276;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1272 to 1276;

Lithanian woman; ; m 1266;
children died young ;

Princes of Pereyaslavl

No. Born Ruled Ruler's name and relations
Spouse's name and relations
P-01 1030 1054-1076 Vsevolod I;
= (K-12) = (C-02); s(K-08); * 1030 c.; † 13/04 1093;
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1054 to 1073;
Prince of Chernigov from 1073 to 1078;
Great Prince of Kiev from - first period - 1076 to 1077;
Ruled second period from 1078 to 1093;

Anastasia of Byzantium; m(1) 1046 c.; † 1067; d Emperor Konstantinos IX Monomachus;

Anna; m(2) 1068 c.; † 07/10 1111; d Kuman Khan;
children :
1.   Vladimir I of Pereyaslavl (P-02) = (K-14);
2.   Rotislav (P-03); † 26/05 1093;
3.   Yanka = Anna; † 02/11 1112; became a nun:
4.   Eupraxia = Adelheid; * 1071 c.; † 09/07 1109;
   m(1) 1086 Markgrave Heinrich I of Stade, † 28/06 1087;
   m(2) 1089 Emperor Heinrich IV of Germany, * 11/11 1050, † 07/08 1106; divorced 1093;
5.   Ekateria; † 11/08 1108;
P-02 1053 1076-1078
and
1094-1113
Vladimir Monomach = Vladimir II Monomachos =
Vladimir II of Smolensk = Vladimir I Monomach of Pereyaslavl
;
= (S-03) = (K-14) = (C-04); s(K-12 = P-01);
* 1053; † 19/05 1125 at Alta River; ‡ Sophia Cathedral in Kiev;
Prince of Rostov from 1066 to 1073;
Prince of Smolensk from 1073 to 1093;
Prince of Chernigov from 1078 to 1093;
Prince of Pereyaslavl, first period from 1076 to 1078;
Prince of Pereyaslavl, second period from 1094 to 1113;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1113 to 1125;

Gytha of Wessex; m(1) 1072 c.; † 10/03 1098 in Palestine;
children :
1.   Mstislav II (K-15) = (N-06) = (P-03B); 01/06 1076; † 15/04 1132;
2.   Izyaslav; * 1077; † 06/09 1096;
   Prince of Kursk to 1085; Prince of Murom 1095-1096;
3.   Svyatoslav (S-05) = (P-03A); * 1080 c.; † 16/03 1114;
4.   Yaropolk II (K-16) = (P-04); * 1082; † 18/02 1139;
5.   Viacheslav (K-17) = (P-07) = (S-06); * 1083; † 06/02 1154;

Byzantian woman; m(2) 1099 c.; † 07/05 1107;
children :
6.   Maritsa; * 1104; † 1146;
   m 1112 c. Pseudo-Leon Diogenes; † 15/08 1116;
7.   Yuri I Dolgoruky (K-21) = (P-08) + (U-01); † 15/04 1157;
8.   Sofia; † 04/04 1139;
   m 1112 King Koloman of Hungary; * 1101; † 03/02 1131;
9.   Agafia;
   m 1116 Vsevolodko of Hrodno; † 01/02 1142;

Daughter of the Kuman Khan; m(3); † 11/07 1127;
children :
10.   Roman; † 06/01 1119; Prince of Volynia 1117 to 1119;
   m Volodarevna of Przemysl-Zwenihorod;
11.   Andrei (P-09) = (V-07); * 11/07 1102; † 22/01 1142;
P-03 - 1078-1093 Rotislav;
s(C-02 = K-12 = P-01); * 1070; † 26/05 1093, drowned in Stugna river;
Prince of Pereyaslavl in 1093;
P-03A 1180 1113-1114 Svyatoslav;
= (S-05); s(K-14 = S-03); * 1080 c.; † 16/03 1114;
Prince of Smolensk from 1097 to 1113;
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1113 to 1114;
P-03B 1076 1117-1125 Mstislav Harald of Kiev = Mstislav I Harald of Novgorod;
Also called Mstislav II of Novgorod;
= (K-15) = (N-06); s(C-04 = K-14 = P-02 = S-03);
* 01/06 1076; † 15/04 1132;
Prince of Novgorod from 1088 to 1117;
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1117 to 1125;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1125 to 1132;

Christine; m(1) 1096; † 18/01 1122; d Inge I of Sweden;
children :
  1.   Ingeborg;
   m 1116 or 1118 Duke Knud Lavard of Schleswig;
  2.   Malfred = Malmfred = Malfrida; † after 1137;
   m(1) 1116 or 1118 Sigurd I Jorsalafar of Norway;
   m(2) 1130 or 1132 Erik Emune of Denmark;
  3.   Eupraxia; † 1136;
   m 1122 Emperor Alexios; * 1106; † 1142;
  4.   Vsevolod (N07); † 11/02 1138;
  5.   Izyaslav II (K-20) = (V-08) = (P-06); † 13/11 1154;
  6.   Sviatopolk of Novgorod (V-09) = (N-10); † 1154;
  7.   Rostislav I (K-22) = (N-12) = (P-10) = (S-07); † 14/03 1168;
  8.   Rogneda; † after 1119;
   m 12/05 1112 Prince Yaroslav of Volynia (V-06), † 1123;
  9.   Maria; † 1179;
   m between 1116 and 1125 Prince Vsevolod of Kiev (K-18), † 01/08 1146;
10.   Xenia; † after 1129;
   m 1125 c. Bryachislav of Izyaslavl; † after 1129;

Liubava m(2) 1122; † after 1168; d statholder of Novgorod;
children :
11.   Euphrosyne; * 1130; † between 1186 and 1193;
   m 1146 King Geza II of Hungary (Hun-130); * 1130 c.; † 31/05 1162;
12.   Vladimir (K-24A) = (V-10); † 30/05 1171;
P-04 1082 1125-1132 Yaropolk;
= (K-16); s(K-14 = P-02); * 1082; † 18/02 1139;
Prince of Pereyaslav from 1114 to 1132;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1132 to 1139;

Helene of Ossetia; m 1116; † after 1146;
P-05 - 1132 Vsevolod II of Pereyaslavl = Vsevolod I of Novgorod;
** not confirmed at the moment, (C-10 + N-8) is named Sviatoslav????

= (N-08) = (C-10); s(C-05); † 14/02 1164;
Prince of Chernigov from 1157 to 1164;

Maria Petrilovna (unconfirmed); m;
children :
1.   Oleg, Prince of Seversk; † 1180;
   m(1) Marie of Kiev; † 1165;
   m(2) 1163 Agafia of Smolensk, d. Rostislav;
2.   Igor; * 03/04 1151; † 29/12 1202;
     Prince of Seversk 1179-1198;
     Prince of Chernigov 1198-1202;
   m(1) 1169, unknown name;
   they got:
     a) Vladimir, Prince of Putivi, Novgorod-Severskiy and Galitzk; † 1212;
     b) Oleg; * 1174;
     c) Roman, Prince of Putivl, Zvenigorod and Galitzk; † 1211;
     c) Svyatoslav, Prince of Kursk, Volynya and Peremyshl; † 1211;
   m(2) 1184 Eufrosinia of Galitzia;
3.   Vsevolod, Prince of Kursk; * 1153 c.; † 1196;
   m Olga Glebovna of Pereyaslav;
4.   Daughter; † after 1170;
   m Prince Vladimir of Volynya, † 28/01 1170;
P-06 1096 1132-1133 Iziaslav;
= (K-20) = (V-08); s(K-15); * 1096; † 13/11 1154;
Prince of Kursk from 1125 to 1129;
Prince of Polotsk from 1129 to 1132;
Prince of Turov from 1132 to 1134;
Prince of Volynia from 1135 to 1142;
Prince of Pereyaslav, first period from 1132 to 1133;
Second period from 1142 to 1146 or 1149;
Great Prince of Kiev first period from 1146 to 1149;
Second period in 1150;
Third period from 1151 to 1154;

Princess of the German Staufen line; m(1); † 1151;
children :
1.   Mstislav III (K-24) = (P-09B + 11) = (V-12); † 19/08 1170;
2.   Yaroslav II (K-29) = (N-11) = (V-11); † 1180;
3.   Yaropolk, Prince of Shumsk; † 07/03 1168 or 1170;
   m 1164 c. Maria Svyatoslavna of Chernigov, * 1149; † 1189;
4.   Daughter, -1143-;
   m 1144 c. Prince Rogvolod II of Polotsk, † 07/05 1171;
5.   Eudoxia;
   m 1154 c. Prince Mieszko III of Poland, * 1127, † 13/03 1202;

Rusudana of Georgia; m(2) 1154;
P-07 1083 1133 Viacheslav of Smolensk;
= (K-17) = (S-06); s(K-14 = P-02); * 1083; † 06/02 1154;
Prince of Rostov & Suzdal from 1096 to 1107;
Prince of Smolensk from 1113 to 1125;
Prince of Turov, first period from 1125 to 1132;
Second perido from 1142 to 1146;
Prince of Pereyaslav from 1132 to 1134;
Great Prince of Kiev, first period 8 days in 1139;
Second period in 1150;
Third period from 1151 to 1154);

children :
1.   Mikhail, Prince of Turov; † 25/07 1129;
2.   Daughter;
P-08 - 1133-1135 Yuri Dolgoruky of Suzdal-Vladimir;
= (K-21) = (U-01); s(C-04 = K-14 = P-02 = S-03); * 1100; † 15/04 1157; ‡ Kiev;
Prince of Rostov & Suzdal from 1108 to 1155;
Great Prince of Kiev, first period from Sep. 1149 to April 1151;
Or with a break in 1150: Second period from 1150 to 1151;
Third period from Mar 1155 to May 1157;
Also Prince of Suzdal-Vladimir as (U-01);

He founded Moscow in 1147. The city was first mentioned 04/04 1147;

Daughter of Khan Aepa of the Kuman dynasty; m(1) 12/01 1108;
children :
  1.   Rotislav I (N-09); † 06/04 1151;
  2.   Ivan; † 24/02 1147;
  3.   Andrei Bogolyubsky (U-02); † 29/06 1174;
  4.   Olga; † 14/07 1181;
  5.   Maria; † 1165 c.;
  6.   Gleb of Pereyaslavl (K-25) = (P-12); † 20/01 1171;
  7.   Boris; † 02/05 1159;
  8.   Mstislav II of Novgorod (N-14); † after 1157;
  9.   Vasilko; † died in Byzantium;
10.   Yaroslav; † 12/04 1166;
11.   Sviatoslav; † 11/01 1174;
12.   Mikhail (U-03); † 20/06 1176;
13.   Vsevolod III (K-27); † 15/04 1212;
P-09 1102 1135-1142 Andrei of Volynia = Andrej den Gode;
= (V-07); s(C-04 = K-14 = P-02 = S-03); * 11/07 1102; † 22/01 1142;
Prince of Volynia 1119-1135;
Prince of Preyaslav 1135-1142;

gd Tugor Khan of Kumans;
children :
1.   Vladimir (V-08A); † 28/01 1170; Prince of Dorogobusch from 1156;
2.   Yaropolk; † before 1160;
P-09B - 1146-1149
and
1151-1155
Mstislav of Pereyaslavl = Mstislav II of Kiev;
= (K-24) = (V-12); s(K-20 = P-06 = V-08); † 19/08 1170;
Prince of Pereyaslav, first period from 1146 to 1149;
Second period from 1151 to 1155;
Prince of Lutzk from 1155 to 1157;
Prince of Volynya from 1157 to 1170;
Great Prince of Kiev, first period from 05/1167 to 12/1169;
Second period from 02/1170 to 04/1170;

Agnieszka of Poland; * 1137; m 1152; † after 1181;
children :
1.   Roman I of Novgorod (K-31A) = (N-17) = (V-13); † 19/06 1205;
2.   Svyatoslav, Prince of Brest; † between 1172 and 1183;
3.   Vsevolod (V-13A); † 1195;
P-10 1110 1149-1152 Rotislav II of Novgorod;
(K-22) = (N-12) = (S-07); s(K-15 = P-08); * 1110 c.; † 14/03 1168;
Prince of Smolensk from 1127 to 1159;
Great Prince of Kiev, first period from 1154 to 1155;
(One source has first period in 1159);
Second period from 1158 to 1161;
Third period from 1161 to 1167;
or another source has:
First period in 1159;
Second period from 1160 to 1167;

children :
1.   Roman (K-26) = (N-22) = (S-08); † 1180;
2.   Rurik (K-28); † 19/04 1210;
3.   David (N-13) = (S-10); † 23/04 1197;
4.   Sviatoslav (N-15); † 1169;
5.   Mstislav the Brave (N-23); † 11/07 1180;
6.   Agafia;
   m Count Oleg of Novgorod-Severskiy;
7.   Elena;
   m King Kasimir II of Poland * 1138, † 1194;
8.   Daughter;
P-11 - 1152-1155 Mstislav;
= (P-09B) See above;
P-12 - 1155-1169 Gleb of Pereyaslavl;
= (K-25); s(K-21 = P-08); † 20/01 1171;
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1154 to 1169;
Prince of Kiev, first period from March 1169 to February 1170;
Second period from April 1170 to January 1171;

Unknown; m(1); † 1154;

d Izyaslav III of Kiev; m(2) 1155;
children :
1.   Vladimir I (P-13); † 18/04 1187;
2.   Izyaslav; † 1183;
3.   Maria;
   m Vsevolod of Kursk; † 1196;
P-13 - 1169-1180 Vladimir I;
s(K-25 = P-12); * 1157; † 18/04 1187;
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1169 to 1187;

Zabava Yaroslavna of Chernigov; m 08/11 1179;
P-14 - 1180-1201 Yaroslav I = Yaroslav II of Novgorod;
= (N-20); s(N-14);
P-15 - 1201-1213 Yaroslav II = Yaroslav I of Suzdal-Vladimir;
= (C-07) = (K-36) = (N-32) = (R-07) = (U-07); s(K-27 = U-04); b(P-16); * 08/02 1191; † 30/09 1246; ‡ Vladimir;
Prince of Pereyaslavl, first period from 1201 to 1206;
Second period from 1210 to 1238;
Prince of Novgorod, first period from 1215 to 1216;
Second period from 1223 to 1225;
Third period from 1228 to 1229;
Fourth period from 1230 to 1236;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1236 to 1238;
Grand Prince of Vladimir from 1238 to 1246;

Kuman Princess; m(1) 1205 c.; † 1210 c.;

Rotislava of Smolensk; m(2) 1214 c.; divorced 121&; † 1244;

Theodosia of Riazan; m(3) 1218 c.; † 05/05 1244;
children :
1.   Fedor (N-36A = N-37A); * 1219; † 05/06 1233;
2.   Alexander Nevsky (K-39) = (N-38) = (U-11);
3.   Andrei II (U-10); † 1264 c.;
4.   Michael II (U-09); † 1249 c.;
5.   Daniil, Prince of Gorodets; † 1256;
6.   Yaroslav II (N-40) = (T-01) = (U-12); † 16/09 1272;
7.   Konstantin, Prince of Dmitrov & Galich; † 1255;
8.   Vasili (N-42) = (U-13); † 1276;
P-16 - 1213-1215 Vladimir II;
s(U-04); b(P-15); * 25/10 1194; † 06/01 1229;
Prince of Yuriev from 1212 to 1214;
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1214 to 1215;
Prince of Starodub from 1217 to 1227;

Glebnova of Chernigov; m 1215; † 07/02 1238;
P-30 - 1200-1205 Sviatoslav III of Suzdal-Vladimir;
= (N-29) = (U-08); * 27/03 1196; † 03/02 1252;
Prince of Novgorod, first period from 1200 to 1205;
Second period from 1207 to 1210;
Prince of Yuriev, first period from 1214 to 1228;
Second period from 1248 to 1252;
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1228 to 1238;
Prince of Suzdal from 1238 to 1246;
Grand Prince of Vladimir from 1246 to 1248;

Yevdokia; m 03/02 1252; † after 1228;
child :
1.   Dmitri, Prince of Yuriev; † 1269;

(N-29A): Another Prince Vladimir, † 1201, s(C-11 = K-30); is mentioned as ruler until 1201;

Princes of Riazan - Riazanj

No. Born Ruled Ruler's name and relations
Spouse's name and relations
R-01 - 1097-1129 Yaroslav I;
= (C-07); s(C-01 = K-11); † 1130;
Prince of Murom from 1097 to 1129;
Prince of Riazanj, first period from 1097 to 1123;
Second period from 1127 to 1130;
Prince of Chernigov from 1123 to 1127;

?;
children :
1.   Yuriy, Prince of Murom; † 1143;
2.   Svyatoslav, Prince of Riazanj & Murom; † 1145;
3.   Davyd; † 1147;
4.   Igor; † after 1147;
5.   Rotislav, Prince of Riazanj & Murom; † 1155 c.;
R-02 - 1129-1146 Rostislav;
s(R-01);
First period from 1129 to 1146;
Second period from 1149 to c. 1155;

child :
1.   Gleb (R-05); † ;
R-03 - 1146-1147 David;
son of brother to (R-02);
R-04 - 1147-1149 Igor;
brother to (R-03);>
R-05 - 1155c-1178 Gleb I;
s(R-02);

children :
1.   Roman I (R-06); † ;
R-06 - 1178-1207 Roman I;
s(R-05);
R-07 - 1207-1212 Yaroslav II = Yaroslav II of Suzdal-Vladimir;
= (P-15) = (U-07) = (N-32)?; s(U-04);
R-08 - 1212-1217 Gleb II;
son of brother to (R-06);
R-09 - 1217-1235 Ingvar I;
son of brother to (R-06);
R-10 - 1235-1237 Yuri;
brother to (R-09);
R-11 - 1237-1251 Ingvar II;
son of brother to (R-10);
R-12 - 1251-1258 Oleg I;
brother to (C-11);

child :
1.   Roman II (R-13); † ;
R-13 - 1258-1270 Roman II;
s(R-12);

children :
1.   Feodor I (R-14); † ;
2.   Yaroslav III (R-15);
3.   Constantine (R-16);
R-14 - 1270-1294 Feodor I;
s(R-13);
R-15 - 1294-1299 Yaroslav III;
s(R-13); † 1299;
Prince of Pronsk from 1270 to 1294;
Prince of Riazanj from 1294 to 1299;

?;
children :
1.   Ivan I (R-17); † 1327;
2.   Michail, Prince of Pronsk; † 1326;
R-16 - 1299-1301 Constantine;
s(R-13);
R-17 - 1301-1327 Ivan I;
s(R-15);

child :
1.   Ivan II (R-18); † ;
R-18 - 1327-1342 Ivan II;
s(R-17); † 1343;
Prince of Riazanj from 1327 to 1342;

child :
1.   Ivan Korotopol (R-18); † 1343;
R-19 - 1342-1344 Yaroslav Dimitri;
great-grandson of (R-15);
R-20 - 1344-1351 Ivan III;
brother to (R-19);

child :
1.   Oleg II (R-21); † ;
R-21 - 1351-1402 Oleg II;
s(R-20); † 05/07 1402;
Prince of Riazanj, first period from 1350 to 1371; and
Second period from 1372 to 1402;

Yevfrosinia; m; † 1405; d Granduke Olgierd of Lithuania;
children :
1.   Feodor II (R-22); † 1427;
2.   Rodislav; † 1406;
3.   daughter;
   m Prince Yuriy Sviatoslavich of Smolensk;
4.   Anastasia;
   m Prince Korybut of Novgorod-Severski; † after 1404;
R-22 - 1402-1427 Feodor II;
s(R-21); † 1427;
Prince of Riazanj from 1402 to 1427;

Sofia; m 1387; d Dimitriy Donskiy;
children :
1.   Ivan IV = Ioann (R-23); † ?; ???
2.   Vasiliy; † 1407;
3.   Vasilisa;
   m 1401 Prince Ivan Vladimirovich of Serpuchov;
R-23 - 1427-1456 Ivan IV = Ioann;
s(R-22); † 1456;
Prince of Riazanj from 1427 to 1456;

children :
1.   Vasili (R-24); † 07/01 1483;
2.   Feodosia;
R-24 - 1456-1483 Vasili Tretnoy;
s/R-23); * 1448; † 07/01 1483;
Prince of Riazanj from 1456 to 1483;

Anna of Moscoa; * 1451; m 28/01 1464; † 1501; sister to Ivan III;
children :
1.   Ivan V (R-25); † 29/05 1500;
2.   Fedor Tretnoy, Prince of Staroriazanj; † 1502;
3.   Anna;
   m 1498 Fyodor Belski of Moscow; † after 1506;
R-25 - 1483-1500 Ivan V;
s(R-24); * 14/04 1467; † 29/05 1500;
Prince of Riazanj from 1483 to 1500;

Agrippina Vasilyevna Babicheva; m 1485;
children :
1.   Ivan VI (R-26); † 1534;
2.   Vasiliy;
3.   Fedor;
R-26 - 1500-1520 Ivan VI;
s(R-25); * 1496; † 1534;
Prince of Riazanj, the last, from 1500 to 1516;

Princes of Smolensk

No. Born Ruled Ruler's name and relations
Spouse's name and relations
S-01 1034
or
1036
1054-1057 Viacheslav I = Wætschislaw;
s(K-08); * 1036 c.; † 1057 or 1064;
Prince of Smolensk from 1054 to 1057;

Oda; m; d Count Leopold of Stade;
child :
1.   Boris of Chernigov (C-03); * 1053 c.; † 03/10 1078;
     Prince of Chernigov and Tmutarakan from 1077 to 1078;
S-02 1036
or
1037
1057-1060 Igor of Volnia;
= (V-01); s(K-08); * 1037 c.; † 1060 or 1066;
Prince of Volynia from 1054 to 1057;
Prince of Smolensk from 1057 to 1060;

Kunigunde; m; d Count Otto of Orlamünde;
children :
1.   David (V-04); * 1055; † 27/07 1113;
2.   Vsevolod;

No princes of Smolensk mentioned before 1077;
S-03 1053 1077-1095 Vladimir Monomach of Pereyaslavl = Vladimir II of Smolensk;
= (K-14) = (P-02) = (C-04); s(K-12 = P-01); * 1053; † 19/05 1125 at Alta River; ‡ Sophia Cathedral in Kiev;
Prince of Rostov from 1066 to 1073;
Prince of Smolensk from 1073 to 1093 or also found as:
Smolensk - First period from 1077 to 1095;
Smolensk - Second period from 1097 to 1113;
Prince of Chernigov from 1078 to 1093;
Prince of Pereyaslavl, first period from 1076 to 1078;
Prince of Pereyaslavl, second period from 1094 to 1113;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1113 to 1125;

Gytha of Wessex; m(1) 1072 c.; † 10/03 1098 in Palestine;
children :
  1.   Mstislav II (K-15) = (P-03B) = (N-06); 01/06 1076; † 15/04 1132;
  2.   Izyaslav; * 1077; † 06/09 1096;
   Prince of Kursk to 1085; Prince of Murom 1095-1096;
  3.   Svyatoslav (S-05) = (P-03A); * 1080 c.; † 16/03 1114;
  4.   Yaropolk II (K-16) = (P-04); * 1082; † 18/02 1139;
  5.   Viacheslav (K-17) = (P-07) = (S-06); * 1083; † 06/02 1154;

Byzantian woman; m(2) 1099 c.; † 07/05 1107;
children :
  6.   Maritsa; * 1104; † 1146;
   m 1112 c. Pseudo-Leon Diogenes; † 15/08 1116;
  7.   Yuri I Dolgoruky (K-21) = (P-08) + (U-01); † 15/04 1157;
  8.   Sofia; † 04/04 1139;
   m 1112 King Koloman of Hungary; * 1101; † 03/02 1131;
  9.   Agafia;
   m 1116 Vsevolodko of Hrodno; † 01/02 1142;

Daughter of the Kuman Khan; m(3); † 11/07 1127;
children :
10.   Roman; † 06/01 1119; Prince of Volynia 1117 to 1119;
   m Volodarevna of Przemysl-Zwenihorod;
11.   Andrei (P-09) = (V-07); * 11/07 1102; † 22/01 1142;
S-04 - 1095-1097 David = Davyd;
= (C-06) = (N-05); s(C-01 = K-11); † 1123;
Prince of Novgorod from 1087 c. til 1097;
Prince of Smolensk from 1087 to 1097;
Prince of Chernigov from 1098 to 1123;

children :
1.   Vladimir; † 12/05 1151;
   m 1114 daughter of Vsevolod of Hrodno;
2.   Izyaslav III (C-09) = (K-23); † 06/03 1161;; † ;
3.   Vsevolod, Prince of Murom;
4.   Svyatoslav; * 1080 c.; † 14/10 1142;
5.   Rotislav; † 1120;
S-05 1180 1113-1114 Sviatoslav I;
= (P-03A); s(K-14 = S-03); * 1080 c.; † 16/03 1114;
Prince of Smolensk from 1097 to 1113;
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1113 to 1114;
S-06 - 1114-1127 Viacheslav II;
= (K-17) = (P-07); s(K-14 = P-02 = S-03); * 1083; † 06/02 1154;
Prince of Rostov & Suzdal from 1096 to 1107;
Prince of Smolensk from 1113 to 1125;
Prince of Turov, first period from 1125 to 1132;
Second perido from 1142 to 1146;
Prince of Pereyaslav from 1132 to 1134;
Great Prince of Kiev, first period 8 days in 1139;
Second period in 1150;
Third period from 1151 to 1154);

children :
1.   Mikhail, Prince of Turov; † 25/07 1129;
2.   Daughter;
S-07 1110 1127-1159 Rotislav I;
= (P-10) = (N-12) = (K-22); s(K-15 = N-06); * 1110 c.; † 14/03 1168;
Prince of Smolensk from 1127 to 1159;
Great Prince of Kiev, first period from 1154 to 1155;
(One source has first period in 1159);
Second period from 1158 to 1161;
Third period from 1161 to 1167;
or another source has:
First period in 1159;
Second period from 1160 to 1167;

children :
1.   Roman (K-26) = (N-22) = (S-08); † 1180;
2.   Rurik (K-28)= (N-18); † 19/04 1210;
3.   David (N-13) = (S-10); † 23/04 1197;
4.   Sviatoslav (N-15); † 1169;
5.   Mstislav the Brave (N-23); † 11/07 1180;
6.   Agafia;
   m Count Oleg of Novgorod-Severskiy;
7.   Elena;
   m King Kasimir II of Poland * 1138, † 1194;
8.   Daughter;
S-08 - 1159-1171 Roman;
= (K-26) = (S-08); s(K-22 = S-07); † 1180;
Prince of Smolensk, first period from 1159 to 1171 or from 1160 to 1172;
Second period from 1175 to 1180 or from 1177 to 1180;
Prince of Kiev, first period from 1172 to 1174;
Second period from 1175 to 1177;
Prince of Novgorod, first period in 1154;
Second period from 1178 to 1179;

Daughter of Prince Sviatoslav of Chernigov; m 09/01 1149;
children :
1.   Mstislav III (K-34) = (S-11); † 30/05 1223;
2.   Yaropolk (S-09); † after 1176;
3.   Boris; † after 1214;
S-09 - 1172-1174 Yaropolk;
s(K-16 = N-22 = S-08); † after 1176;
Prince of Smolensk from 1172 to 1174;
S-09A - 1179-1180 Mstislav IV Khrabriy = The Brave;
= (N-23); s(N-12); † 11/07 1180;
Prince of Belgorod in 1161
Second period from 1171 to 1173;
Prince of Smolensk from 1175 to 1177;
Prince of Novgorod from 1179 to 1180;

Daughter of Prince Gleb of Riazanj;
children :
1.   Mstislav VI (N-31); † 1228;
2.   Vladimir, Prince of Pskov; † 1233 c.;
3.   David, Prince of Toropeck; † 1226
S-10 1140 1180-1197 David II;
= (N-13); s(K-22 = N-12 = P-10 = S-07); * 1140; † 23/04 1197;
Prince of Novgorod in 1154;
Prince of Torzhok from 1158 to 1161;
Prince of Vitebsk from 1165 to 1167;
Prince of Vyshgorod from 1167 to 1180;
Prince of Smolensk from 1180 to 1197;

children :
1.   Mstislav II Boris (S-12); † 1230;
2.   Izyaslav; † after 1183;
3.   Konstantin; † 1218;
4.   Mstislav V Fedor (N-26); † 1187;
5.   Daughter;
   m Prince Gleb of Riazanj; † after 1219;
S-11 - 1197-1223 Mstislav I;
= (K-34); s(K-26 = S-08); † 30/05 1223;
Prince of Pskov from 1178 to 1195;
Prince of Smolensk from 1197 to 1213;
Prince of Kiev from 1214 to 1223;

children :
1.   Sviatoslav (N-33) = (S-13); † after 1239;
2.   Vsevolod (N-34) = (S-14); † 1249;
3.   Rotislav; † 1240 c.;
4.   Andrey; † 1245 c.;
5.   Daughter; † 1245 c.;
S-12 1193 1223-1232 Mstislav II Boris;
s(S-10); † 1230;
Prince of Smolensk;
Prince of Novgorod from 184 to 1187;

child :
1.   Rotislav II (S-15);
S-13 - 1232-1239 Sviatoslav II of Smolensk;
= (N-33); s(K-34 = S-11); † after 1239;
Prince of Novgorod from 1218 to 1219;
Prince of Polotzk from 1222 to 1232;
Prince of Smolensk from 1232 to 1239;
S-14 - 1239-1240 Vsevolod;
= (N-34); gs(K-24); s(K-34 = S-11); b(N-33); † 1249
Prince of Pskov in 1214;
Prince of Novgorod from 1219 to 1221;
Prince of Smolensk from 1239 to 1249;
S-15 - 1240-1270 Rotislav II;
s(S-12);
Here I have some unconfirmed information which does not fit;
Maybe (S-15) = (K-37A), but time of death is not the same????

children :
1.   Gleb I (S-16); † ;
2.   Michael (S-17);
3.   Feodor (S-18);
S-16 - 1270-1277 Gleb I;
s(S-15); † 1278;
Prince of Smolensk from 1249 to 1278 or from 1270-1277;

children :
1.   Alexander (S-19); † 1313;
2.   Roman; † after 1300;
3.   Sviatoslav, Prince of Mozhaisk & Briansk; † 1310;
S-17 - 1277-1280 Michael = Mikhail;
s(S-15); † 1279;
Prince of Smolensk from 1278 to 1279;
S-18 - 1280-1297 Feodor = Saint Fedor Yaroslav Cherniy = The Black;
s(S-15); * 1238 c.; † 19/09 1299;
Prince of Mozhaisk from 1260 to 1297;
Prince of Yaroslav from 1261 to 1299;
Prince of Smolensk from 1280 to 1297;

Maria of Yaroslavl; m(1) 1261;
children :
1.   Mikhail, Prince of Yaroslavl; † 1290;
2.   Daughter;
   m Count David of Galicia;
3.   Daughter;
   m Count Michail of Belozersk;

Anna; m(2) d. Khan Mengu-Timur;
children :
4.   David, Prince of Yaroslavl; † 1321;
   he got two sons:
     a) Vasiliy Groznye Ochi, Prince of Yaroslavl; † 1344;
     his great-grandson, Alexander, was the last Yaroslav Prince † 1471;
     b) Mikhail, Prince of Mologa; † 1362;
5.   Konstantin, Prince of Yaroslavl;
S-19 - 1297-1313 Alexander;
s(S-16); † 1313;
Prince of Smolensk from 1297 to 1313;

children :
1.   Ivan (S-20); † 1359;
2.   Vasiliy, Prince of Bryansk; † 1314;
3.   Dimitriy, Prince of Bryansk; † after 1340;
S-20 - 1313-1358 Ivan;
s(S-19); † 1359;
Prince of Smolensk from 1313 to 1359;

children :
1.   Sviatoslav III (S-21); † 1386;
2.   Vasiliy, Prince of Selekhov; † 1397;
S-21 - 1358-1386 Sviatoslav III;
s(S-20); † 1386 in battle;
Prince of Smolensk from 1359 to 1386;

children :
1.   Yuri (S-22); † 1407;
2.   Gleb II (S-23); † 12/08 1399;
3.   Ivan; † after 1403;
4.   Vladimir; † after 1404;
S-22 - 1386-1394 Yuri = Geoirgiy-Yuriy;
= (S-25); s(S-21); † 1407;
Prince of Smolensk, first period from 1386 to 1392 or to 1394;
Second period from 1401 to 1404 or 1405;

Daughter of Prince Oleg of Riazanj;
children :
1.   Fedor; † after 1413;
2.   Anastasia; † 1422;
   m 1400 Prince Yuriy of Zvenigorod, * 1374, † 1434;
S-23 - 1394-1395 Gleb II;
s(S-21); † 12/08 1399 in battle;
Prince of Smolensk from 1392 to 1395;
S-24 - 1395-1401 Yamont;
S-25 - 1386-1394 Yuri = Geoirgiy-Yuriy;
= (S-22); s(S-21); † 1407;
Prince of Smolensk, first period from 1386 to 1392 or to 1394;
Second period from 1401 to 1404 or 1405;

Daughter of Prince Oleg of Riazanj;
children :
1.   Fedor; † after 1413;
2.   Anastasia; † 1422;
   m 1400 Prince Yuriy of Zvenigorod, * 1374, † 1434;

Princes of Tver

No. Born Ruled Ruler's name and relations
Spouse's name and relations
T-01 1230 1246-1271 Yaroslav II of Suzdal-Vladimir;
= (N-40) = (U-12); s(U-07); * 1230 c.; † 16/09 1272;
Great Prince of Suzdal-Vladimir from 1263 or 1264 to 1272;
Great Prince of Tver from 1246 or 1247 to 1271;
Prince of Novgorod from 1264 to 1271;

Natalia; m(1); † 1252, murdered;
child :
1.   Sviatoslav (T-02);

Xenia; m(2) 1266; † 1313; d Yuriy Michailovich;
children :
2.   Mikhail; † 1271;
3.   Saint Mikhael (T-03) = (U-16); † 22/11 1318;
4.   Yaroslawna; m King Yuriy of Galichia;
5.   daughter;
T-02 - 1271-1285 Sviatoslav = Svyatoslav;
s(T-01); † 1285;
Prince of Pskov from 1264 to 1266;
Great Prince of Tver from 1271 to 1285;
T-03 1272 1285-1319 Michael I = Mikhail of Tver;
= (U-16); s(U-12 = T-01); * 1272; † 22/11 1319 murdered by the Mongols (a renegate);
Great Prince of Vladimir from 27/06 1303 to 1318;
Great Prince of Tver from 1285 to 1318;

Anna of Kashin; m 1294; † 1368; d Prince Dmitriy of Rostov;
children :
1.   Dimitri (T-04) = (U-18); † 15/09 1326;
2.   Alexander I (T-05) = (U-19); † 28/10 1339;
3.   Constantine (T-06); † 1346;
4.   Vasili (T-08); † 1368;
5.   Feodora;
T-04 1299 1319-1325 Dimitri;
= (U-18); s(T-03 = U-16); * 1299; † 15/09 1326 murdered;
Prince of Tver from 1318 to 1326;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1322 to 1326;

Maria of Lithania; * 1305; m 1319 c.; † 1348;
children :
1.   Konstantin;
2.   son;
T-05 1301 1325-1328 Alexander I The Fugitive;
= (U-19); s(T-03 = U-16); * 1301; † 28/10 1339 murdered;
Great Prince of Tver, first period 1325 to 1328;
Second period from 1338 to 1339;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1325 to 1327;
Prince of Novgorod from 1325 to 1327;
Prince of Pskov from 1328 to 1338;

Anastasia; m 1320 c.; † 1364 c.; d Yuri I of Galicia (G-16);
children :
1.   Fuodor; † 1339 murdered;
2.   Lev; * 1321; † ?;
3.   Michael II (T-09) = (U-25);
4.   Vsevolod (T-07); † 1364;
5.   Andrey; † 1365;
6.   Vladimir; † 1365;
7.   Maria; † 1399;
   m Semion, Great Prince of Vladimir, † 1353;
8.   Uliana = Julie; * 1325 c.; † 1392;
   m 1350 Olgierd, Great Prince of Lithuania; † 24/05 1377; [10494 p.104]
T-06 1306 1328-1338 Constantine = Konstantin;
s(T-03); * 1306; † 1346;
Prince of Tver, first period from 1328 to 1338;
Second period from 1339 to 1345;

Sofia; m(1); d Yuriy, Prince of Moscow (Z-02);
children :
1.   Simeon, Prince of Dorogobug 1346-1365; † 1365;
2.   Yeremey, Prince of Dorogobug 1346-1372; † 1372;

Yevdokia; m(2);
T-07 - 1345-1364
or
1345-1365
Vsevolod;
s(T-05); † 1364;
Great Prince of Tver from 1345 to 1364;
T-08 - 1365-1368 Vasili;
s(T-03); † 1368;
Prince of Kashin from 1339;
Prince of Tver, first period from 1348 to 1366;
Second period from 1367 to 1368;

Vasilisa m; d Simeon, Great Prince of Vladimir;

Vasilisa was maybe married to Vasili's son Mikhail;
T-09 1333 1368-1399 Michael II = Mikhail;
s(T-05); * 1333; † 1399;
Prince of Mikulin from 1333 to 1399;
Prince of Tver from 1368 to 1399;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1371 to 1375;

children :
1.   Alexandr, Prince of Tver; † 1357;
2.   Boris, Prince of Kashin; † 1395;

   m 1384 d of Prince Svyatoslav of Smolensk;
3.   Ivan (T-10); * 1357; † 22/05 1425;
4.   Alexandr; † after 1392;
5.   Vasiliy, Prince of Kashin; † after 1426;
   m 1384 d of Vladimir Olgierdovich;
6.   Fiodor;
   m 1390 Anna Koshkina;
T-10 1357 1399-1427 Ivan;
s(T-09); * 1357; † 22/05 1425 of plague;
Great Prince of Tver from 1400 to 1425;
Prince of Kashin;

Maria of Lithuania; m(1) 1374; † 1404;
children :
1.   Ivan; † after 1406;
2.   Alexander II (T-11); † 1425;
3.   Yuriy;

Evdokia; m(2) 1403; d of Dmitriy of Dorogobug;
T-11 - 1427 Alexander II;
s(T-10); † 1425 of plague;

children :
1.   Georgiy; † 1426;
2.   Boris (T-12); † 10/02 1461;
T-12 1399 1427-1461 Boris;
s(T-11); * 1399 c.; † 10/02 1461;
Great Prince of Tver from 1425 to 1461;

Anastasia Andreievna from Mozhaisk; m(1);
child :
1.   Maria * 1442; † 1467;
   m 1452 Ivan III Great Prince of Moscow (Z-09); * 22/01 1440; † 27/10 1505;

Anastasia Alexandrovna of Suzdal; m(2); † 1404;
child :
2.   Mikhael III (T-13); † 1505;
3.   Alexandr;
T-13 1453 1461-1485 Michael III;
s(T-12); * 1453; † 1505;
Great Prince of Tver from 1461 to 1485;
The last prince of Tver;

Sofia Olelkowicz; m 1471; † 07/02 1483;


Ivan the Younger, son of Ivan III (Z-09), is by some sources counted as Great Prince of Tver from 1485 to 1490, but may have been without real ruling power.

Princes of Suzdal-Vladimir

No. Born Ruled Ruler's name and relations
Spouse's name and relations
U-01 - 1125-1157 Yuri I Dolgoruky;
= (K-21) = (P-08); s(K-14) and s(P-02); * 1100; † 15/04 1157; ‡ Kiev;
Prince of Rostov & Suzdal from 1108 to 1155;
Great Prince of Kiev, first period from Sep. 1149 to April 1151;
Or with a break in 1150: Second period from 1150 to 1151;
Third period from Mar 1155 to May 1157;
Also Prince of Suzdal-Vladimir as (U-01);

He founded Moscow in 1147. The city was first mentioned 04/04 1147;

Daughter of Khan Aepa of the Kuman dynasty; m(1) 12/01 1108;
children :
  1.   Rotislav I (N-09); † 06/04 1151;
  2.   Ivan; † 24/02 1147;
  3.   Andrei Bogolyubsky (U-02); † 29/06 1174;
  4.   Olga; † 14/07 1181;
  5.   Maria; † 1165 c.;
  6.   Gleb of Pereyaslavl (K-25) = (P-08); † 20/01 1171;
  7.   Boris; † 02/05 1159;
  8.   Mstislav II of Novgorod (N-14); † after 1157;
  9.   Vasilko; † died in Byzantium;
10.   Yaroslav; † 12/04 1166;
11.   Sviatoslav; † 11/01 1174;
12.   Mikhail (U-03); † 20/06 1176;
13.   Vsevolod III (K-27) = (U-04); † 15/04 1212;
U-02 1111 1157-1174 Andrei I Bogoliubsky = Andrey I Bogolyubskiy, The Pious = Andrei of Bogolyubovo;
s(U-01); * 1111; † 29/06 1174; ‡ Vladimir, murdered;
Prince of Rostov-Suzdal from 1155 to 1169;
Grand Prince of Suzdal-Vladimir from 1169 to 1174;
Andrei moved the capital from Kiev to Vladimir;

daughter of Bojar Stepan Kutschko = Kuchka;
The father was the boyar of the village Kuchkovo. Yuri Dolgoruky (K-21) killed him, renamed the village Moscow and married his son to the boyar's daughter.
children :
1.   Izyaslav; † 28/10 1165;
2.   Mstislav; † 28/03 1173;
3.   Gleb; † 24/07 1174;
4.   Yuri of Novgorod = Georg (N-19); † 1192 c.;
5   Maria;
   m 1159 Prince Sviatoslav of Vschizh; † 1167;
U-02a - 1174-1175 Yaropolk;
U-03 - 1175-1176 Michael I = Mikhail II;
s(U-01); * 1151; † 20/06 1176;
Prince of Chermigov;
Prince of Rostov-Suzdal from 1154 to 1155;
Grand Prince of Vladimir-Suzdal from 1175 to 1176;

Fevronia; † 05/08 1202;
child :
1.   Prebrana;
   m Svystoslavich of Novgorod; † 1201;

In [9951]another son: Vsevolod, Prince of Chernigov from 1175; he got Michael who was executed 1246;
U-04 1154 1176-1212 Vsevolod;
= (K-27) = (N-28); s(K-21 = U-01); * 1154; † 13/04 or 15/04 1212; ‡ Vladimir;
Grand Prince of Kiev from Feb. 1173 to March 1173;
Grand Prince of Vladimir from 1176 to 1212;

Maria of Ossetia; m(1) 1170 c; † 19/03 1206; later canonized;
children :
  1.   Konstantin I = Constantine (U-06); † 02/02 1218;
  2.   Boris; * 1187; † 1187 c.;
  3.   Gleb; * 1187; † 29/09 1189;
  4.   Yuriy II (U-05); † 04/03 1238;
  5.   Yaroslav I and III (K-36) = (N-32) = (P-15) = (U-07); † 30/009 1246;
  6.   Vladimir (P-16); † 06/01 1229;
  7.   Svyatoslav III (N-29) = (U-08); † 03/02 1252;
  8.   Ivan Kasha; † 1247 c.;
   he had children and grandchildren: Princes of Starodub;
  9.   Sbyslava; * 26/10 1178;
10.   Vseslava; † after 1206;
   m 1187 Rotislav Yaroslavich of Chernigov; * 24/06 1174 † after 1214;
11.   Verkhoslava; * 1181; † after 1226;
   m 26/04 1189 Rotislav of Smolensk-Kiev; † 1218;
12.   Elena; † 30/12 1203;

Lyubov of Vitebsk; m(2) 1209; † after 1212;
no children ;
U-05 1188
or
1189
1212-1216
and
1218-1238
Yuri II, Saint = Georg = Jurij II = Iurii Vsevolodovich;
s(U-04); * 1188 or 1189; † 04/03 1238;
Grand Prince of Vladimir, first period from 1212 to deposed in 1216;
Second period from 1218 to 1238;
He founded in 1221 the town of Nizhnyi Navgorod at the confluence of Volga and Oka rivers;
Killed in battle at river Sita against the Mongols;

Agafia of Chernigov; m 10/04 1211; † 07/02 1238;
children :
1.   Vsevolod IV of Novgorod (N-35); † ;
2.   Mstislav; * 1218; † 07/02 1238, died like father;
   m 1236 Maria; † 07/02 1238, died like father-in-law;
3.   Vladimir; Prince of Moscow; † 03/02 1238;
   m 1236 Christina; † 07/02 1238, died like father;
3.   Feodora; * 21/09 1229; † 07/02 1238;
5.   Dobrava; † 1265;
   m 1226 Prince Vasilko I of Volynia (V-16); * 1203; † 1269;
U-06 1186 1216-1218 Constantine Dobriy, The Wise;
= (N-30); s(U-04); * 18/05 1186; † 02/02 1218;
Prince of Rostov from 1212 to 1216;
Prince of Novgorod from 1206 to 1209 or 1216;
Grand Prince of Vladimir from 1216 to 1218;

Agafia; m 15/10 1196; † 24/01 1221; d Prince Mstislav The Good of Smolensk and Kiev;
children :
1.   Vasilko of Rostov; * 07/12 1209; † 04/03 1238, murdered by the Mongols;
2.   Vsevolod of Yaroslavl; * 18/06 1210; † 04/03 1238;
3.   Vladimir of Uglich; * 1214; † 27/12 1249;
U-06A - - Vsevolod;
† 1238;

Daughter of Vladimir of Kiev (K-35); m 1230;
U-07 1191 1238-1246 Yaroslav I Feodor;
= (C-07) = (K-36) = (N-32) = (P-15) = (R-07); s(K-27 = U-04);
* 08/02 1191; † 30/09 1246; ‡ Vladimir;
Died in the desert durint the return journey after having bent his knee to the Khan Gayuk.
Prince of Pereyaslavl, first period from 1201 to 1206;
Second period from 1210 to 1238;
Prince of Novgorod, first period from 1215 to 1216;
Second period from 1223 to 1225;
Third period from 1228 to 1229;
Fourth period from 1230 to 1236;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1236 to 1238;
Grand Prince of Vladimir from 1238 to 1246;

Kuman Princess; m(1) 1205 c.; † 1210 c.;

Rotislava of Smolensk; m(2) 1214 c.; divorced 121&; † 1244;

Theodosia of Riazan; m(3) 1218 c.; † 05/05 1244;
children :
1.   Fedor (N-36A = N-37A); * 1219; † 05/06 1233;
2.   Alexander Nevsky (K-39) = (N-38) = (U-11);
3.   Andrei II (U-10); † 1264 c.;
4.   Michael II (U-09); † 1249 c.;
5.   Daniil, Prince of Gorodets; † 1256;
6.   Yaroslav II (N-40) = (T-01) = (U-12); † 16/09 1272;
7.   Konstantin, Prince of Dmitrov & Galich; † 1255;
8.   Vasili (N-42) = (U-13); † 1276;
U-08 1196 1246-1248 Sviatoslav = Swjatoslaw III;
= (P-30) = (N-29); s(U-04); * 27/03 1196; † 03/02 1250 or 1252;
Prince of Novgorod, first period from 1200 to 1205;
Second period from 1207 to 1210;
Prince of Yuriev, first period from 1214 to 1228;
Second period from 1248 to 1252;
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1228 to 1238;
Prince of Suzdal from 1238 to 1246;
Grand Prince of Vladimir from 1246 to deposed 1248 or 1249;
May have had a further period to 1252;

Yevdokia; m 03/02 1252; † after 1228;
child :
1.   Dmitri, Prince of Yuriev; † 1269;

(N-29A): Another Prince Vladimir, † 1201, s(C-11 = K-30); is mentioned as ruler until 1201;
U-09 - 1248 Michael II Khorobrit, The Bold;
s(U-07); † 1248 or 1249;
Prince of Moscow from 1246 to 1248;
Great Prince of Vladimir in 1248;

child :
1.   Boris Mikhailovich, Prince of Moscow; † 1263;
U-10 1221
or
1222
1248-1252 Andrei II of Suzdal-Nizhegorod;
s(U-07); * 1221 or 1222; † 1264;
Prince of Suzdal-Nizhegorod from 1246 to 1264;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1248 or 1249 to deposed in 1252;
Deposed by the Mongols;

Ustinia or Dobroslava; m 1250 - 1251; d Daniel of Galicia;
children :
1.   Georgiy; † 1279; Prince of Novgorod from 1268;
2.   Vasiliy, Prince of Suzdal; * 1264; † 1309;
   he got:
   a) Alexandr, Prince of Suzdal 1309-1333; † 1333;
   b) Konstantin, Prince of Suzdal 1333-1354; † 1355;
     he got:
     I) Andrei, Prince of Suzdal-Nizhegorod 1354-1365; † 1365;
     II) Boris, Prince of Gorodetzk-Suzdal; † 12/05 1393;
     III) Dmitriy III (U-23); † 05/07 1383 or 1384;
U-11 1220 1252-1263 Alexander Nevsky = Alexander Newskij;
= (K-39) = (N-38); s(C-07 = K-36 = N-32 = P-15 = R-07 = U-07);
* 30/05 1220; † 14/11 1263; ‡ Vladimir;
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1246 to 1263;
Prince of Novgorod, first period from 1236 to 1240;
Second period from 1241 to 1252;
Third period from 1257 to 1259;
Great Prince of Kiev from 1246 to 1263;
Great Prince of Vladimir from ? 24/07 1252 to 1263;

Alexandra of Polotsk; m 1239; d Bryachislav, Prince of Polotsk and Vitebsk and ggs of (K-10-6);
children :
1.   Vasiliy (N-39); * 1240 c.; † 1271;
2.   Dimitriy (U-14); * 1246; † 1294;
3.   Andrei (U-15); * 1255; † 1304;
4.   Daniel (Z-01); * 1265; † 1303;
5.   Evdokia;
   m Prince Konstantin of Smolensk; Defeated the Swedish forces at the Ischora, a tributary to Neva, in 1240.
He won the battle on the ice of the Peipus Lake = Chudskoje Ozero the 05/04 1242 against the Knights of the Sword / Teutonic Knights.
Died on the return journey from the Khan in Horden, Asia. He was canonized in 1547.
Continue with number Z-01 for the rulers of the total Russian state.
U-12 1230 1263-1272 Yaroslav of Tver = Jaroslaw;
=( N-40) = (T-01); s(U-07); * 1230 c.; † 16/09 1272;
Great Prince of Suzdal-Vladimir from 1263 or 1264 to 1272;
Great Prince of Tver from 1246 or 1247 to 1271;
Great Prince of Novgorod from 1264 to 1271;

Natalia; m(1); † 1252, murdered;
child :
1.   Sviatoslav (T-02);

Xenia; m(2) 1266; † 1313; d Yuriy Michailovich;
children :
2.   Mikhail; † 1271;
3.   Saint Mikhael (T-03) = (U-16); † 22/11 1318;
4.   Yaroslawna; m King Yuriy of Galichia;
5.   daughter;
U-13 1241 1272-1276 Vasili Kvashnya, The Drunk = Wassilij;
= (N-42); s(U-07); * 1241; † 1276;
Prince of Kostroma from 1246 to 1276;
Prince of Novgorod from 1273 to 1276;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1272 to 1276;

Lithanian woman; ; m 1266;
children died young ;
U-14 1246
or
1250
1276-1281 Dimitri I = Dmitrij of Pereyaslavl;
s(U-11); * 1246 or 1250; † 1294;
Prince of Pereyaslavl and Novgorod from 1259 to 1272;
Great Prince of Vladimir, first period from 1276 or 1277 to deposed in 1281;
Second period frem 1283 to deposed in 1293 or 1294;

children :
1.   Alexander; † 1292;
2.   Ivan Tikhiy Prince of Pereyaslavl; † 1302;
3.   Ivan; † young in 1290;
4.   Maria;
   m Lithavian war lord who became Prince of Pskov;
5.   daughter;
6.   daughter;
U-15 1255 1281-1283 Andrei III = Andrey of Gorodets;
s(U-11); * 1255; † 1304;
Prince of Kostroma from 1276 to 1304;
Great Prince of Vladimir, first period from 1281 to deposed in 1283;
Second period from 1293 or 1294 to 1304;

Feodora; m(1);

Vasilisa; m(2) 1294; d Dmitriy of Rostov;
children :
1.   Yuriy; † 1302 c.;
2.   Michail; † 1302 c.;
3.   Boris; Prince of Kostroma; † 1303;
U-16 1272 1303-1318 Michael III of Tver = Michael II;
= (T-03); s(T-01 = U-12); * 1272; † 22/11 1318 murdered by the Mongols;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 27/06 1303 to 1318;
Great Prince of Tver from 1285 to 1318;

Anna of Kashin; m 1294; † 1368; d Prince Dmitriy of Rostov;
children :
1.   Dimitri (T-04) = (U-18); † 15/09 1326;
2.   Alexander I (T-05) = (U-19); † 28/10 1339;
3.   Constantine (T-06); † 1346;
4.   Vasili (T-08); † 1368;
5.   Feodora;
U-17 1281 1317-1322 Yuri III of Moscow = Georg;
= (Z-02); s(Z-01); * 1281; † 1325, murdered by Dmitrij II (U-18);
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1320 to 1325;
Prince of Moscow from 1303 to 1325;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1317 or 1318 to 1322;

Woman from Rostov; m(1) 1297;

Konchaka = Agafia; m(2) 1316; † 1318 by poison; sister of Khan Uzbek;
children :
1.   Sofia;
   m Prince Konstantin of Tver; † 1346;
2.   Yaroslav;
U-18 1299 1322-1326 Dimitri II of Tver = Dimitri the Terrible Eyes = Dimitri med det frygtelige blik;
= (T-04); s(T-03 = U-16); * 1299; † 13/09 or 15/09 1326 executed;
Prince of Tver from 1318 to 1326;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1322 to deposed in 1326;
Officially the Khan appointed the Great Prince among the Russian princes.
In 1322 the Khan changed his favours from Moscow to Tver.
That made Georg of Moscow quite upset and both princes travelled to the Khan to seek support against the opponent.
At the Khan's court Dimitri killed Georg by the sword and Dimitri was convicted and executed.
The brother Alexander (U-19) became the new Great Prince.

Maria of Lithuania; * 1305; m 1319 c.; † 1348; d Duke Gedemi of Lithuania.
children :
1.   Konstantin; He accompanied Ivan (Z-03) on his tour to the Khan after the Tver expedition and expected to be Prince of Tver. However, Alexander (U-19) was forgiven and and returned, but later Ivan convinced the Khan that Alexander was the Mongols' enemy, and Alexander was executed with his son Feodor in 1339.
2.   son;
U-19 1301 1326-1328 Alexander II of Tver;
= (T-05); s(T-03 = U-16); * 1301; † 28/10 1339 murdered;
Great Prince of Tver, first period 1325 to 1328;
Second period from 1336 or 1338 to 1339;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1325 to 1327 or 1328;
Prince of Novgorod from 1325 to 1327;
Prince of Pskov from 1328 to 1338;

Alexander had not understood the Khan's powers and participated in arson causing the loss of life of the Mongol tax collector.
In revenge the Khan supported Ivan of Russia (Z-03) for a war of conquest into Tver.
Alexander escaped to Pskov and Ivan burned and plundered Tver.

Anastasia; m 1320 c.; † 1364 c.; d Yuri I of Galicia (G-16);
[9951] gives also the princess as a daughter of Duke Gedemin of Lithuania; so does [9951];
children :
1.   Fuodor = Feodor; † 1339 murdered together with father;
2.   Lev; * 1321; † ?;
3.   Michael II (T-09) = (U-25);
4.   Vsevolod (T-07); † 1364;
5.   Andrey; † 1365;
6.   Vladimir; † 1365;
7.   Maria; † 1399;
   m Semion, Great Prince of Vladimir, † 1353;
8.   Uliana; * 1325 c.; † 1392;
   m 1350 Olgierd, Great Prince of Lithuania; † 24/05 1377;
9.   Jaroslav; Prince of Pronsk; [9951]
U-20 1288 1328-1341 Ivan I Kalita of Moscow = Ivan I Kalita = Ivan Moneybag = Ivan Pengepung (for alms);
= (Z-03); s(U-17 = Z-02); * 1288; † 31/03 1341; ‡ Archangel's Cathedral Kreml, Moscow;
Prince of Moscow from 1324 to 1341;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1328 to 1341;
He united Vladimir and Novgorod;
The city of Vladimir remained the capitol and seat of the Great Prince of "Russia" until 1341.
The real capitol for all practical purposes was already Moscow.
After the first Russian Metropolitan, Peter, the second and third, Theognost and Alexis, took permanent quarters in Moscow.

Elenea = Helena; m(1);
children :
1.   Simeon (U-21) = (Z-04); † 1317;
2.   Daniel; * 1320; † 1328;
3.   Ivan (U-22) = (Z-05); † 1359;
4.   Andrey; * 04/07 1327; † 06/06 1353 of the plague;
   m(1) 1345 Yuliana, d Ivan of Galicia;
   m(2) Maria, d Konstantin of Rostov-Borisogleb;
5.   Feotinia = Feofinia;
6.   Yevdokia = Eudoxia; † 1342;
   m Prince Vasiliy Davidovich of Yaroslavl; † 1345;

Ulyana; m(2);
children :
7.   Maria; † 1365;
8.   Feodosia; † 1365;
   m Prince Konstantin of Rostov; † 1365;

It is possible that Prince Konstantin married Maria (No. 7). However, Konstantin and wife got a daughter Vasilisa who married (U-23);
Ivan built the Uspienski Sobor - Mariæ Himmelfartskirke - in the Kreml, Moscow.
You can continue with number Z-03 for the rulers of the total Russian state.
U-21 1317 1341-1353 Semeon of Moscow = Simeon Gordiy The Proud;
= (Z-04); s(U-20 = Z-03); * 07/11 1317; † 27/04 1353 of the plague;
Prince of Moscow from 1341 to 1353;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1341 to 1353;

Anastasia of Lithania = Augusta; m(1) 1333; † 11/03 1345;
children :
1.   Vasiliy; * 1336; † 1337;
2.   Konstantin; * 1340; † 1340;
3.   Vasilisa;
   m Michail Vasilievich Kashinskiy;

Yevpraxia; m(2); divorced 1346; d Prince Feodor Svætoslavitz of Smolensk;
no children ;

Maria; m(3) † 1399; d Prince Alexandr of Tver;
children :
4.   Daniel; * 1347; † 1347;
5.   Mikhail; * 1348; † 1348;
6.   Ivan; * 1349; † 1353 of the plague; may be of first marriage;
7.   Simeon; * 1351; † 1353 of the plague; may be of first marriage;
U-22 1326 1353-1359 Ivan II of Moscow The Beauty;
= (Z-05); s(U-20 = Z-03); * 30/03 1326; † 13/11 1359;
Prince of Moscow from 1353 to 1359;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1353 to 1359;

Feodosia of Briansk; m(1) 1341; † 1342;
children :
1.   Vladimir; * 1342;

Alexandra m(2) 1345; † 1364; d Vasiliy Veliaminov;
children :
2.   Dmitriy Donskoi (U-24) = (Z-06); † 19/05 1389;
3.   Ivan, Prince of Zvenigorod; * 1354; † 1364;
4.   Anna; m Dimitriy Michaelovitz Bobrok of Volynia;
5.   Maria;
6.   Lyubov;
U-23 1322 1359-1363 Dimitri III of Nizhny Novgorod;
= (Z-05A); grandchild of (Z-03), s(U-10-2-b-III); * 1322; † 05/07 1383 or 1384;
Prince of Suzdal from 1356 to ?;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1359 to 1363;
Great Prince of Nizhniy, Novgorod and Suzdal from 1365 to1383;

Marfa; m; - - or married to Vasilisa gd (U-20), and d (U-20-8);
children :
1.   Vasiliy, Prince of Nizhniy Novgorod and Suzdal 1383-1386; † 1403;
   He got children, and a son in the 6th generation after Vasiliy became Tsar (Z-16);
2.   Ivan; † 1378 drowned in a river;
3.   Simeon, Prince of Suzdal 1383-1397; † 1402 unsure date [9951];
4.   Dmitriy Nogotj; † after 1375;
5.   Eudoxia;
   m Dimitrij IV (U-24 = Z-06);
U-24 1350 1363-1389 Dimitri IV Donskoy of Moscow = Dmitry of Moscow;
= (Z-06); s(U-22 = Z-05); * 12/10 1350; † 19/05 1389;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1362 to 1364 and 1364 to 1375 or 1389;
Great Prince of Moscow from 1375 to 1389;
Dimitri got the nickname Donskoy after the victory at Kulikovo near the source of the river Don 08/09 1380;
By his death Moscow was the most powerful of the Russian "states".
Dmitry changed the order of succession, whereby the throne passed to the eldest son [10528 p.19];

Yevdokia of Suzdal = Eudoxia of Niztning-Novgorod; m; † 07/07 1407; d(U-23);
children :
  1.   Vasiliy I (Z-07); † 27/02 1425;
  2.   Yuriy (Z-08A); † 1434;
  3.   Simeon; † 1379;
  4.   Daniel; * 1377; † 1389;
  5.   Ivan of Uglich; * 1380; † 1393;
  6.   Andrey of Mozhaisk; * 14/08 1382; † 1432;
  7.   Piotr of Dmitrov and Uglich; * 1385; † 1428;
  8.   Konstantin of Uglich; * 15/05 1389; † 1433;
   Regent in Novgorod from 1407; Prince of Pskov;
  9.   Anna;
10.   Sofia;
   m Fedor of Riazanj;
11.   Maria; † 1399;
12.   Anastasia;
   m 1397 Prince Ivan of Kholm;

a daughter married Emperor Emanuel Palæologus † 1425 (p&k 4560E);

Princes of Volynia . Volynya

No. Born Ruled Ruler's name and relations
Spouse's name and relations
V-01 1037 1054-1057 Igor;
= (S-02); s(K-08); * 1037 c.; † 1060;
After Igor no knowledge af princes before (V-02) in 1073 c.
initially he inherited Vladimir from his father [CMH. 9972 p.256]
Prince of Volynia from 1054 to 1057;
Prince of Smolensk from 1057 to 1060;

Kunigunde; m; d Count Otto of Orlamünde;
children :
1.   David (V-04); * 1055; † 27/07 1113;
2.   Vsevolod;

No princes of Smolensk mentioned before 1077;
V-02 - 1073-1078 Oleg;
s(K-11);
V-03 - 1078-1085 Yaropolk of Turov;
s(K-09); † 22/11 1086 assassinated;
Prince of Turov and Volynya from 1078;
After he was assassinated his younger brother, Svyastopolk (K-13 = N-04), went from Novgorod and took up his patrimonial domain of Turov [CMH. 9972 p. 257]

Kunigunde; * 1055, † 1117; d Otto II of Orlamünde;
children :
1.   Yaroslav, Prince of Brest; † 1103;
2.   Vyacheslav, Prince of Volynia and Turov; † 1105;
3.   Mechtild;
     m Günther III of Schwarzburg; † 1114 c.;
4.   Anastasia; * 1074; † 1159;
     m 1090 Gleb of Minsk, † 1119;
V-04 - 1085-1086 David of Dorogobuzh; in Volynia;
s(V-01); * 1055; † 27/07 1113;
Prince of Tmutarakan from 1081 to 1083;
Prince of Volynia, first period from 1085 to 1086 or from 1087 to 1099;
Second period from 1099 to 1100;
Prince of Vladimir from 1097;
Expatriated 1099 to 1100; deposed 1112;

child :
1.   Vsevolod, † 01/02 1142;
V-05 - 1097-1099 Mstislav I;
s(K-13);
V-06 - 1100-1123 Yaroslav I of Brest;
s(K-13); † 1123 in battle;
Prince of Volynya from 1100 to 1118;

Daughter of King Ladislas I of Hungary; m(1) 1090 c.;

Daughter of King Wladislaw I of Poland m(2) 1108 c.;

Sviatoliuba = Rogneda; m(3) 12/05 1112; divorced 1118; † 1119; d Mstislav the Great of Kiev (K-15);
children :
1.   Vyacheslav, Prince of Klechesk; * 1104 c.; † after 1127;
2.   Yuriy-Georgiy, Prince of Turov; † 1166;
     m 1144 Anna of Hrodno;
     they got eight children;
3.   Sofia; * 1111 c.; † 1158;
     m Rotislav of Polotzk; † 1159;
4.   Pribyslava; † 1156 c.;
     m 1136c . Ratibor I of Pomerania;
V-07 1102 1123-1135 Andrei;
= (P-09); s(C-04 = K-14 = P-02 = S-03); * 11/07 1102; † 22/01 1142;
Prince of Volynia 1119-1135;
Prince of Pereyaslavl 1135-1142;

gd Tugor Khan of Kumans;
children :
1.   Vladimir (V-08A); † 28/01 1170;
2.   Yaropolk; † before 1160;
V-08 1096 1135-1146 Iziaslav of Pereyaslavl = Iziaslav II of Kiev;
= (K-20) = (P-06); s(K-15); b(V-09+10); * 1096; † 13/11 1154;
Prince of Kursk from 1125 to 1129;
Prince of Polotsk from 1129 to 1132;
Prince of Turov from 1132 to 1134;
Prince of Volynia from 1135 to 1142;
Prince of Pereyaslav, first period fromo 1132 to 1133;
Second period from 1142 to 1146 or 1149;
Great Prince of Kiev first period from 1146 to 1149;
Second period in 1150;
Third period from 1151 to 1154;

Princess of the German Staufen line; m(1); † 1151;
children :
1.   Mstislav III (K-24) = (P-09B) = (V-12); † 19/08 1170;
2.   Yaroslav II (K-29) = (N-11) = (V-11); † 1180;
3.   Yaropolk, Prince of Shumsk; † 07/03 1168 or 1170;
   m 1164 c. Maria Svyatoslavna of Chernigov, * 1149; † 1189;
4.   Daughter, -1143-;
   m 1144 c. Prince Rogvolod II of Polotsk, † 07/05 1171;
5.   Eudoxia;
   m 1154 c. Prince Mieszko III of Poland, * 1127, † 13/03 1202;

Rusudana of Georgia; m(2) 1154;
V-08A - 1142-1149 Vladimir;
s(K-14-11 = P-09 = V-07); † 28/01 1170;
Prince of Volynia from 1142 to 1149;
Prince of Brest from 1154 to 1156;

Svyatoslavna of Chernigov; † after 1170;
V-09 - 1146-1154 Sviatopolk of Novgorod;
= (N-10); s(K-15 = N-06 = P-03B); b(V-08 + V-10);
Prince of Pskov from 1138 to 1140;
Prince of Novgorod from 1142 to 1148;
Prince of Volynya from 1148 to 1154;

Euphemia of Moravia; * 1115; m 1143 or 1144; † after 1144;
child :
1.   Yaroslav III of Novgorod (N-25);
V-10 - 1154-1155 Vladimir;
= (K-24A); s(K-15); b(V08+09); † 30/05 1171;
Prince of Dorogobuzh, first period from 1152 to 1154;
Second period from 1170 to 1171;
Prince of Volynia from 1154 to 1158;
Grand Prince of Kiev, first period from March 1167 to May 1167;
Second period from Feb. 1171 to May 1171;

Daughter of Bjelos of Slovenia; m 1150 c.;
children :
1.   Rotislav, Prince of Kanev & Tripolye;
2.   Mstislav, Prince of Kanev & Tripolye;
3.   Yaroslav (N-25); † after 1207;
4.   Svyatoslav; † 1221;
V-11 - 1155-1157 Yaroslav II = Yaroslav I of Novgorod;
= (K-29) = (N-11); s(K-20 = P-06 = V-08); † 1180;
Prince of Lutsk from 1154 to 1180;
Grand Prince of Kiev from Dec. 1173 to June 1174;

Princess from Przemyslid;
children :
1.   Ingvar (K-31); † between 1214 and 1224;
2.   Vsevolod, Prince of Dorogobuzh; † after 1209;
   m 1167 c. Malfrida of Turov;
3.   Izyaslav, Prince of Shumsk; † 1196;
4.   Mstislav the Mute, Prince of Peresopnitsa and Lutsk; † 1227;
5.   Anastasia;
V-12 - 1157-1170 Mstislav of Pereyaslavl = Mstislav II of Kiev;
= (K-24) = (P-09B); s(K-20 = P-06 = V-08); † 19/08 1170;
Prince of Pereyaslav, first period from 1146 to 1149;
Second period from 1151 to 1155;
Prince of Lutzk from 1155 to 1157;
Prince of Volynya from 1157 to 1170;
Great Prince of Kiev, first period from 05/1167 to 12/1169;
Second period from 02/1170 to 04/1170;

Agnieszka of Poland; * 1137; m 1152; † after 1181;
children :
1.   Roman I of Novgorod (G-05) = (K-31A) = (N-17) = (V-13); † 19/06 1205;
2.   Svyatoslav, Prince of Brest; † between 1172 and 1183;
3.   Vsevolod (V-13A); † 1195;
V-13 - 1170-1205 Roman = Roman I of Novgorod;
= K-31A = N-17; s(K-24 = P-09B = V-12); † 19/06 1205 murdered;
Prince of Novgorod from 1168 to 1170;
Prince of Volynya, first period from 1173 to 1187;
Second period from 1188 to 1205;
Prince of Galicia, first period from 1187 to 1188 or 1188 to 1189;
Second period from 1199 to 1205; in 1199 he annexed Galicia [CMH. p. 798];
Great Prince of Kiev from 1203 to 1205; he conquered Kiev in 1200 but lost it again in 1203 [CMH. p. 798];
Pope Innocent III allowed him to take the title of King;

Predislava Ryurikovna of Smolensk (K-28-3); m(1) 1184, divorced 1189; † later than 1204;
children :
1.   Feodora; † 1200 c.;
   m 1187, divorced 1188 Vasilko of Galicia; † after 1241;
2.   Maria; † after 1241;
   m 1200 c. Mikhail of Chernigov; † 20/09 1246;

Byzantine woman; m(2) 1200 c.; † after 1219;
children :
3.   Danylo = Daniel (G-06) = (K-38) = (V-14); † 1264;
4.   Vasilko (V-16); † 1269;
V-13A - 1187-1188 Vsevolod;
s(K-24); † 04/1195;
Prince of Belz from 1170 to 1195;
Prince of Volynya from 1187 to 1188;

children :
1.   Alexander (V-15A); † after 1234;
2.   Vsevolod, Prince of Cherven and Belz; † after 1215;
3.   Helene;
   m Duke Casimir II of Poland;
V-14 1201 1205-1206 Daniel of Galicia;
= (G-06) = (K-38); s(G-05 = K-31A = V-13); * 1201; † 1264 or 1268;
Prince of Galicia, first period from 1211 to 1213;
Second period from 1229 to 1264;
Prince of Volynya from 1215 to 1264;
King of Galicia from 1253 or 1255;

Anna Mstislavna of Novgorod; m(1) 1218; † not later than 1252;
children :
1.   Irakli; * 1223 c.; † 1240 c.;
2.   Lev = Leo (G-15); * 1228 c.; † 1301 c.;
3.   Roman, Duke of Slonim; * 1230 c.; † 1261 c.;
   m(1) 27/06 1252 Gertrud of Austria, * 1288 c.; † 24/04 1299;
   m(2) 1255 c. Elena Glebovna of Volkoysk; † after 1288;
4.   Mstislav (V-18); † 1300 c.;
5.   Ioann Sharvn, Grand Duke of Lithuania; † 1269;
6.   Pereyaslava; † 12/04 1283;
   m 1248 c. Prince Ziemowit of Masovia; * 1224; † 23/06 1262;
7.   Ustinia; † ?;
   m Prince Andreii II of Vladimir-Suzdal; † 1264;
8.   Sofia; † ?;
   m 1259 Count Heinrich V of Schwarzburg-Blankenburg; † 1287;

Niece of Duke Mindaugas of Lithuania; m(2) 1250 c.;
V-15 - 1206-1214 Sviatoslav;
gs(C-10);
V-15A - 1208-1215 Alexander;
s(V-13A); † after 1234;
Prince of Belz from 1195 to 1208;
Prince of Volynya from 1208 to 1215;
Prince of Vladimir from 1210;

Daughter of Vladimir IV of Smolensk;
children :
1.   Vsevolod III, Prince of Belz; † after 1245;
2.   Anastasia;
V-16 1203 1214-1269 Vasilko;
s(K-31A = N-17 = V-13); * 1203; † 1269;
Duke of Belz from 1207 to 1211;
Duke of Brest from 1221 to 1231;
Duke of Volynya from 1231 to 1269;

Dobrava of Vladimir (U-05-5); m(1) 1226; † after 1247;

Polish Princess; m(2) after 1248;
children :
1.   Ivan-Vasili = Vladimir (V-17); † after 1248;
2.   Olga; * after 1248; † after 1288;
   m 1259 c. Andrei Vsevolodovich of Chernigov; † after 1262;
V-17 - 1269-1289 Ivan-Vasili;
s(V-16);
V-18 - 1289-1301 Mstislav II;
s(G-06 = K-38 = V-14); † after 1300;
Duke of Volynya from 1289 to 1300 c.;

Daughter af Khan Teigak; m 1253 c; a Kuman chief;
children :
1.   Danylo; † 1300 c.;
2.   Vladimir III, Duke of Volynya; † 1315;
V-19 - 1301-1308 Yuri I of Galicia;
= (G-16); s(G-15); * 24/04 1252; † 24/04 1308;
King of Galicia from 1301 to 1308;
Prince of Volynia from 1301;

Yaroslavna of Tver; m(1) 1282; † 1286 c.;
child :
1.   Michail; * 1283; † 1286;

Eufemia of Kujavia; m(2) 1300 c.; † 18/03 1308;
children :
2.   Andrei (V-20); † 1323 c.;
3.   Leo II (G-17); † 1323 c.;
4.   Maria; † before 1293;
5.   Anastasia (doubtful parents); † 1365;
   m 1320 c. Prince Alexander I of Tver; † 28/10 1339;
V-20 - 1308-1323 Andrei of Galicia;
s(G-16); † before 21/05 1323;
Duke of Galicia and Volynya from 1308 to 1323;

Princes and Tsars of Moscow and Romanov Dynasty

No. Born Ruled Ruler's name and relations
Spouse's name and relations
Z-01 1265 1283-1303 Daniel;
s(U-11); * 1265 c.; † 1303;
Prince of Moscow from c. 1276 or 1283 to 1303;

Maria;
children :
1.   Yuri (U-17) = (Z-02); * 1281; † 1325;
2.   Alexandr; † 1309;
3.   Boris Prince of Kostroma; † 1320;
4.   Ivan I (U-20) = (Z-03);
5.   Afanasiy; † 1322;
Z-02 1281 1303-1325 Yuri The Redhaired = Yuri of Moscow = Georg Danilovitsch;
= (U-17); s(Z-01); * 1281; † 1325, murdered by Dmitrij II (U-18);
Prince of Pereyaslavl from 1320 to 1325;
Prince of Moscow from 1303 to 1325;
Great Prince of Vladimir-Suzdal from 1317 or 1319 to 1322;
From 1319 also Prince of Novgorod;

Woman from Rostov; m(1) 1297;

Konchaka = Agafia = Agatha; m(2) 1316 or 1318; † 1318 by poison; sister of Khan Uzbek;
[10494 p. 99 + 111] children :
1.   Sofia;
   m Prince Konstantin of Tver; † 1346;
2.   Yaroslav;

Mikael of Tver laid twice siege to Moscow. After Khan Tokhala had died, his successor, Khan Uzbek, changed his favours and supported Georg of Moscow.
In the following battle between Mikael and Georg, Mikael was the winner and took Georg and his wife Konchaka as prisoners and she died.
Rumours had it that she had been poisoned.
At the following trial at the Khan's court Mikael was condemned and executed, stabbed and had his heart torn out, 1319.
Z-03 1288 1325-1341 Ivan I = Ivan I Kalita = Ivan Moneybag = Ivan Pengepung (for alms);
= (U-20); s(U-17 = Z-02); * 1288; † 31/03 1341; ‡ Archangel's Cathedral Kreml, Moscow;
Prince of Moscow from 1324 to 1341;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1328 to 1341;
He united Vladimir and Novgorod;
The city of Vladimir remained the capitol and seat of the Great Prince of "Russia" until 1341.
The real capitol for all practical purposes was already Moscow.
After the first Russian Metropolitan, Peter, the second and third, Theognost and Alexis, took permanent quarters in Moscow.

Elenea; m(1);
children :
1.   Simeon (U-21) = (Z-04); † 1317;
2.   Daniel; * 1320; † 1328;
3.   Ivan (U-22) = (Z-05); † 1359;
4.   Andrey; * 04/07 1327; † 06/06 1353 of the plague;
   m(1) 1345 Yuliana, d Ivan of Galicia;
   m(2) Maria, d Konstantin of Rostov-Borisogleb;
5.   Feotinia = Feofinia;
6.   Yevdokia; † 1342;
   m Prince Vasiliy Davidovich of Yaroslavl; † 1345;

Ulyana; m(2);
children :
7.   Maria; † 1365;
8.   Feodosia; † 1365;
   m Prince Konstantin of Rostov; † 1365;

It is possible that Prince Konstantin married Maria (No. 7). However, Konstantin and wife got a daughter Vasilisa who married (U-23);
Ivan built the Uspienski Sobor - Mariæ Himmelfartskirke - in the Kreml, Moscow.
Z-04 1317 1341-1353 Semeon = Simeon the Proud;
= (U-21); s(U-20 = Z-03); * 07/11 1317; † 27/04 1353 of the plague;
Prince of Moscow from 1340 or 1341 to 1353;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1340 or 1341 to 1353;
Crowned in the Cathedral of Vladimir;
The first to call himself the "Great Prince of all Russia".
Moscow now had its third Metropolitan, Alexis.

Anastasia of Lithania; m(1) 1333; † 11/03 1345;
children :
1.   Vasiliy; * 1336; † 1337;
2.   Konstantin; * 1340; † 1340;
3.   Vasilisa;
   m Michail Vasilievich Kashinskiy;

Yevpraxia; m(2); divorced 1346;
no children ;

Maria; m(3) † 1399; d Prince Alexander of Tver;
children :
4.   Daniel; * 1347; † 1347;
5.   Mikhail; * 1348; † 1348;
6.   Ivan; * 1349; † 1353 of the plague;
7.   Simeon; * 1351; † 1353 of the plague;
Z-05 1326 1353-1359 Ivan II = Ivan the Fair = Ivan the Pious; [10494]
= (U-22); s(U-20 = Z-03); * 30/03 1326; † 13/11 1359;
Prince of Moscow from 1353 to 1359;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1353 to 1359;

Feodosia of Briansk; m(1) 1341; † 1342;
children :
1.   Vladimir; * 1342;

Alexandra Velyaminova m(2) 1345; † 1364; d Vasiliy Veliaminov; children :
2.   Dmitriy Donskoi (U-24) = (Z-06); † 19/05 1389;
3.   Ivan, Prince of Zvenigorod; * 1354 or 1356; † 1364;
4.   Anna; m Dimitriy Bobrok of Volynia;
5.   Maria;
6.   Lyubov = Liuba;
   m Dmitriy, Prince of Volhynia;
Z-05A 1322 1359-1363 Dimitri III of Nizhny Novgorod;
= (U-23); grandchild of (Z-03), s(U-10-2-b-III); * 1322; † 05/07 1383 or 1384;
Prince of Suzdal from 1356 to ?;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1359 to 1363;
Great Prince of Nizhniy, Novgorod and Suzdal from 1365 to1383;

Marfa; m; - - or married to Vasilisa gd (U-20), and d (U-20-8);
children :
1.   Vasiliy, Prince of Nizhniy Novgorod and Suzdal 1383-1386; † 1403;
   He got children, and a son in the 6th generation after Vasiliy became Tsar (Z-16);
2.   Ivan; † 1378 drowned in a river;
3.   Simeon, Prince of Suzdal 1383-1397; † 1402 unsure date [9951];
4.   Dmitriy Nogotj; † after 1375;
5.   Eudoxia;
   m Dimitrij IV (U-24 = Z-06);
[10494 p.116]
Z-06 1350 1363-1389 Dimitri Donskoy of Moscow = Dmitry of Moscow;
= (U-24); s(U-22 = Z-05); * 12/10 1350; † 19/05 1389;
Great Prince of Vladimir from 1362 to 1364 and 1364 to 1375 or 1389;
Great Prince of Moscow from 1375 to 1389;
Dimitri got the nickname Donskoy after the victory at Kulikovo near the source of the river Don 08/09 1380;
By his death Moscow was the most powerful of the Russian "states".
Dmitry changed the order of succession, whereby the throne passed to the eldest son [10528 p.19];

Eudoxia = Yevdokia of Suzdal (U-23-5); m; † 07/07 1407;
children :
  1.   Vasiliy I (Z-07); † 27/02 1425;
  2.   Yuriy = Georg (Z-08A); † 1434;
  3.   Simeon; † 1379;
  4.   Daniel; * 1377; † 1389;
  5.   Ivan of Uglich; * 1380; † 1393;
  6.   Andrey of Mozhaisk; * 14/08 1382; † 1432;
  7.   Piotr of Dmitrov and Uglich; * 1385; † 1428;
  8.   Konstantin of Uglich; * 15/05 1389; † 1433;
  9.   Anna;
10.   Sofia;
   m Fedor of Riazanj;
11.   Maria; † 1399;
12.   Anastasia;
   m 1397 Prince Ivan of Kholm;
Z-07 1371 1389-1425 Vasili I = Wassilij II = Vassili Dimitrojevitsch = Basil I;
s(Z-06); * 30/12 1371; † 27/02 1425;
Great Prince of Moscow and Vladimir from 1389 to 1425;

Sophia = Sofia of Lithuania; * 1371; m 09/01 1391; † 13/07 1453; d Prince Witowt (Pol. X-87-6-a);
[10494 p. 106 + 124]
children :
1.   Vasili II (Z-08); † 27/03 1462;
2.   Yuriy = Georg; * 1395; † 1400;
3.   Ivan; * 1396; † 1417;
4.   Daniel; * 1400; † 1401;
5.   Anna; * 1393; † 1415; aunt to (Z-09) Sophia;
   m 1409 Emperor John VI / VIII Palaeologus of Byzantium (p&k 4660E); * 16/12 1392; † 31/10 1448;
6.   Anastasia; † 1470;
   m 22/08 1417 Prince Alexander of Kiev; † 1454;
7.   Vasilisa;
   m(1) A. I. Bryukhatiy;
   m(2) Prince Alexander of Suzdal;
8.   Maria;
Z-08 1415 1425-1462 Vasili II The Blind - or No. III = Basil III;
s(Z-07); * 10/03 1415; † 27/03 1462; imprisoned and blinded 1446 by cousin;
Great Prince of Moscow, first period from 1425 to 1433;
Second period from 1434 to 1462;
Because of uncle Yuri's (Z-08A) claim for the throne a civil war raged from 1425 to 1452.
In 1445 the Prince was captured by the Mongols. He was freed for a ransom.
Between 1446 and 1447 he was shortly dethroned; he was blinded 1436;

Maria Yaroslavna of Borovsk; m 08/02 1433; † 04/07 1485; gd Vladimir the Brave;
children :
1.   Yuriy the Elder = Georg; * 1437; † 1441; Prince of Russia and Svenigorod;
2.   Ivan III (Z-09); † 27/10 1505;
3.   Yuriy the Younger; * 22/01 1441; † 12/09 1472; in [10494 p.135] he died 1468;
4.   Andrei the Elder, Prince of Uglich; * 14/08 1446; † 06/11 1493;
5.   Simeon; * 01(09 1447; † 1453 c.;
6.   Boris, Prince of Volokolamsk; * 21/07 1449; † 22/05 1494;
7.   Andrei the Younger, Prince of Vologda; * 18/08 1452; † 05/07 1481;
8.   Anna; * 1451; † 1501;
   m 28/01 1464 Vasili Ivanovich, Great Prince of Riazan; * 1448; † 07/01 1483;
Z-08A 1373 1433+1434 Yuriy = Jurij Dmitrievich of Zvenigorod;
s(U-24 = Z-06); * 1373 or 1374; † 1434;
Prince of Zvenogorod;
Prince of Galich and Dmitrov;
Great Prince of Moscow in 1433 and 1434;

Anastasia; m, † 1422; d Prince Yuriy of Smolensk (S-25);
children :
1.   Vasiliy (Z-08B); † 1448;
2.   Dmitriy Krasniy, Prince of Zvenogorod; † 20/09 1441;
3.   Dmitriy Shemiaka, Prince of Uglich; † 1453;
   He continued the struggle against Vasilyi (Z-08) and avenged his brother (Z-08B) and blinded Vasilyi (Z-08) in 1446.
4.   Fedor;
Z-08B 1421 1435 Vasiliy II Kosoi = Vasilij den Skelende;
s(Z-08A); * before 1421; † 1448; blinded 1435;
Prince of Zvenogorod;
Prince of Galich;
Great Prince of Moscow in 1435;
Vasiliy was captured and blinded by Vasilyi II (Z-08). He was avenged by his brother Dmitriy Shemiaka (Z-08A-3).
Z-09 1440 1462-1505 Ivan III the Great = Ivan III Vasiljevitj;
s(Z-08); * 22/01 1440; † 27/10 1505;
According to [10494 p.131f] Ivan already got the nickname "Terrible", a name that later more general known as belonging to Ivan IV (Z-11) Co-ruler with father from 1449;
Great Prince of Moscow from 1462 to 1505;
Conquered Novgorod in 1471 and finally in 1478;
The Mongol - Tatar yoke was broken 1480 [10494 p.137];
Tver was annexed in 1482;
He united the Russian princedoms;

Maria of Tver; * 1442; m(1) 04/06 1452; † 22/04 1467; d Boris, Great Prince;
child :
1.   Ivan, Great Prince of Tver (See T-13); * 15/02 1458; † 07/03 1490;
   m 12/01 1483 Helene = Elena of Moldau;
     they got:
     a) Dmitriy Ivanovich; † 1509;

Sophie Paleologue = Zoe Palaiologina, a Byzantine Princess; m(2) 12/11 1472; † 07/04 1503;
d Thomas Palæologus - the brother to Emperor John VIII;
children :
2.   BAsil = Vasili III (Z-10); † 26/03 1479;
3.   Yuriy, Prince of Dmitrov; * 23/03 1480; † 03/08 1536; charged with treason 1533, died in prison;
4.   Dmitri, Prince of Uglich; * 06/10 1481; † 14/02 1521;
5.   Simeon, Prince of Kaluga; * 21/03 1487; † 26/06 1518;
6.   Andrei, Prince of Staritsa; * 05/08 1490; † 11/12 1537; imprisoned from 1493;
     he got:
     Vladimir of Slaritza; * 1553; † 1569;

7.   Yelena = Elena; * 19/05 1476; † 20/01 1513;
   m 15/02 1495 Alexander I of Lithuania, King of Poland from 1501; * 05/08 1461; † 19/08 1506; the King was Catholic, she was Orthodox;
8.   Eudoxia; * 1483 or 1492; † 08/02 1513;
   m a Tatar Prince, who converted and took Christian name Peter 25/06 1506;
9.   Feodosia; * 29/05 1485; † 19/02 1501;
Z-10 1479 1505-1533 Vasili III = Vasilij Ivanovitj = Basil III;
s(Z-10); * 26/03 1479; † 04/12 1533;
Prince of Novgorod and Pskov from 1499;
Riazan, the last independent princedom, was annexed in 1523 [10494 p.147];
Great Prince of Moscow and the united Russia from 1505 to 1533;
Took the habit under the name of Barlaam right before he died;

Salomch = Solomonia Yurievna Saburova; m(1) 04/09 1505; divorced 1529; † 18/12 1542;
Divorce was eventually granted for infertility after difficult negotiations with the Church. Salomonia was placed in a convent under the name of Sophie;
no children ;

Helene = Jelena = Elena Ivanovna Glinskaya, Princess of Serbia; * 1506; m(2) 21/01 1526; † 03/04 1538 poisoned;
The marriage was accepted by the Church.
children :
1.   Ivan IV (Z-11); † 18/03 1584;
2.   Yuriy; * 30/10 1532; † 24/11 1563; a mute - "a feeble degenerate" [10528 p.26];
   m Alexandra; † 1569; drowned on the order of Ivan IV (Z-11);
Z-11 1530 1533-1584 Ivan IV the Awesome = Ivan den Grusomme = Ivan the Terrible;
s(Z-10); * 25/08 1530; † 18/03 1584; ‡ Archangel Cathedral in the Kreml, Moscow;
Became Great Prince when three. A seven man council was supposed to rule, but mother assumed control after a year.
Great Prince of Moscow from 1533 to 1547; mother regent to 1538;
After the crowning called the Tsar of Russia from 1547 to 1584;
Crowned in Assumption Cathedral, Moscow 16/01 1547 by Makary, Metropolitan of Moscow; (the Tsar crowned himself);

Anastasia Romanovna Zakharyina-Yurieva; m(1) 03/02 1547; † 07/08 1560;
d Roman Zakharyin-Yuriev; † 1543; (Z-11A);
children :
1.   Dmitrij; * 1552; † 26/03 1553;
2.   Ivan; * 28/03 1554, murdered by father 19/11 1581;
   m Eudoxia Ssaburow;
3.   Feodor I = Fjodor (Z-12); * 1557; † 06/01 1598;
4.   Anna; * 10/08 1549; † 20/07 1550;
5.   Maria; * 17/03 1551; † 1551; discrepancy of marriage and children in the sources;
   m Feodor Nikititz Romanov; † 1632;
   they got:
     a) Michael Feodorovitz (Z-17); * 1596; † 1645; Zar from 1613;
6.   Eudoxia; * 26/02 1556; † 1558;

Maria Temrukovna, Princess, m(2) 21/08 or 21/09 1561; † 01/09 or 06/09 1569; d Khan of Kabarda;
child :
7.   Vasili; * 21/03 1563; † 04/05 1563;

Martha = Marfa Vasilievna Sobakina; * 1552; m(3) 28/10 1571; † 13/11 1571;

Anna Alexeievna Koltovskaya; m(4) 28/04 1572; divorced 00/09 1572; † 05/04 1626; placed in the Goritsky Convent 1574 or 1577 and known by the name of Daria;

Maria Dolgorukova; m(5) 1575;

Anna Petrovna Grigorievna Vassiltchikova; m(6) 00/11 1575; divorced 1575 ?; † 1577-1579;
- - - m(5) and m(6) were nor recognized by the Church - - -

Vasilia Melentieva; m(7);

Martha = Maria Feodorovna Nagaya; m(8) 06/09 1580; † 1608 or 20/07 1612;
Took the veil under the name of Martha and went into the Goritsky Convent;
child :
8.   Dimitri II (Z-15); * 1582 after father's death; died under suspicious circumstances in Uglich 1591;
Z-11A - - Roman Zakharyin-Yuriev;
† 1543;

Uliana Ivanovna; † 1579;
children :
1.   Nikita Romanovich; † 1586;
     they got:
     a) Feodor Romanov; he became later a monk, metropolit and patriarch as Filaret from 1589 to † 1633;
     m Xenia Shestova; † 1631; later she took the veil and the name Marfa;
     Xenia and Filaret got:
      i) Tsar Michael I (Z-17);
2.   Anastasia Romanovna; m 154 Ivan IV (Z-11);
    See her line in (Z-11);
Z-12 1557 1584-1598 Feodor I = Fjodor I the Holy Tsar;
s(Z-11); * 31/05 1557; † 06/01 1598; ‡ Archangel Cathedral in the Kreml, Moscow;
Tsar of Russia from 18/03 1584 to 1598;
Crowned Assumption Cathedral, Moscow 31/05 1584;
During Feodor's rule the Russian patriarchate was founded 1589. Hiob being the first Patriarch [10494 p.215];

Irina Feodorovna Godunova; * 1557; m 1580; † 26/10 1603 in a convent;
She was Boris's (Z-13) sister;
child :
1.   Feodosia; * 1592; † 1594;

From (Z-12) to (Z-17) the Czarinas were selected in a kind of beauty contest [10494 p.187];
Z-13 1550 1598-1605 Boris Fyodorovich Godunov;
* 1550; † 13/04 or 23/04 1605; possible suicidal - poison;
He was a bojar, a lower noble prince and became regent 1584 and:
Tsar of Russia from 17/02 1598 to 1605;
Crowned 01/09 1598;

Maria Grigorievna = Maria Skuratova Belskaya; m 1570; † 10/06 1605 murdered when False Dmitry came to Moscow;
children :
1.   Ivan; * 1587; † 1588;
2.   Feodor II (Z-14); † 10/06 1605;
3.   Xenia = Axinia; * 1582 or 1591; † 30/05 1622 in the Goritsky Convent;
Engaged 1602 to Duke Johan = Hans † 1602; a son of Frederik II of Denmark;
Z-14 1589 1605 Feodor II = Fjodor II = Feodor Borrisovitsch;
s(Z-13); * 1589; † 10/06 1605 murdered when false Dmitry came to Moscow;
Tsar of Russia from 13/04 1605 to 10/06 1605;
Z-15 - 1605-1606 Dimitri II = Dmitry II = Gregor Otrepjef;
False Dimitrij I;
Tsar of Russia from 07/06 or 21/07 1605 to 17/05 1606 [10494 p.218];
Z-16 1552 1606-1610 Vasili IV Shuisky = Vasilij V Sjujskij = Wassilij Schujskij;
dubious descendant of (U-23); * 1552; † 12/09 1612;
Tsar of Russia from 19/05 1606 to 17/07 1610;
Abdicated and was received in a monastery; later forced as a prisoner to accompagny the Polish King's triumphal entrance in Warsaw;
False Dmitry III and five or six more were hanged before they reached Moscow during Vasilij's rule;

Maria Petrovna; m 17/01 1608;
Z-16a 1595 1610-1612 Vladislav of Poland;
s King Sigismund of Poland; * 1595; † 20/05 1648;
Tsar from 27/08 1610;
Deposed 27/10 1612;
King of Poland from 1632; (Pol. PVI-98);

Other sources claim: No Tsar between 1610 and 1613;
Z-17 1596 1613-1645 Michael = Mikael Fjodorovitj;
First tsar of the Romanov dynasty;
Father was Fyodor Nikitovich Romanov, at a time Patriarch of Russia as Filaret;
they got six children, and Mikhail was the eldest surviving child. See above (Z-11A);
* 22/07 1596; † 13/06 1645; ‡ Archangel Cathedral, Kreml;
Tsar of Russia from 21/02 or 14/03 1613 to 13/02 1645;
Crowned 11/07 1613 in Annunciation Cathedral, Kreml;

Vladimirovna Dolgorukova, Princess of Vladimir; m(1) 19/09 1624; † 17/01 1626; d Prince Vladimir Dolgorukov;

Eudoxia = Evdokia Lukianovna Streshneva; * 1608; m(2) 05/02 1626; † 28/07 1645;
children :
  1.   Irina; * 22/04 1627; † 08/02 1679;
   Engaged 1644 to Count Valdemar Christian Gyldenløve; s of King Christian IV of Denmark; marriage never consumated;
  2.   Pelageia; * 17/04 or 20/04 1628; † 25/01 or 25/11 1629;
  3.   Alexei (Z-18); † 30/01 1678;
  4.   Anna; * 14/07 1630; † 28/10 1692; entered a convent as sister Anphisa;
  5.   Marfa = Martha; * 29/08 1631; † 21/09 1632;
  6.   Ivan = Ioann; * 01/06 1633; † 10/01 1639;
  7.   Sofia; * 14/09 1634; † 23/06 1636;
  8.   Tatiana; * 05/01 1636; † 24/08 1706;
  9.   Eudokia = Yevdokia; * 10/02 1637; † 10/02 1637;
10.   Vasiliy; * 14/03 or 25/03 1639; † 25/03 1639;
Z-18 1629 1645-1676 Alexei Mikhailovich = Alexaej Mikajlovitj = Alexis the most Meek;
s(Z-17); * 09/03 or 19/03 1629; † 30/01 1678; ‡ Archangel Cathedral, Kreml;
Tsar of Russia from 13/07 or 23/07 1645 to 30/01 1676;
Crowned 28/09 1645;

Maria Ilyinichna Miroslavskaya = Maria Ilinicha Miloslavskaya; * 1625; m(1) 16/01 or 26/01 1648; † 03/03 1669;
children :
  1.   Dmitriy; * 22/08 1648; † 00/10 1649;
  2.   Yevdokia = Eudokia; * 17/02 1650; † 10/03 1712; became a nun;
  3.   Marfa = Martha; * 04/09 1652; † 18/07 1707; became a nun as sister Margaret in 1698;
  4.   Alexei; * 15/02 1654; † 27/01 1670;
  5.   Anna; * 00/01 1655; † 00/05 1659;
  6.   Sofia; * 17/09 or 27/09 1657; † 03/07 or 14/07 or 17/07 1704; in the Novodevichy Convent in Moscow from 1688;
   Regent of Russia from 29/05 or 29/06 1682 to 12/09 1689;
She ruled with help from her lover, Prince Vasily Golitsyn. She took the title Autocrat in 1686.
She became too powerful, was accused of treason, and placed in the Novodevichy Convent.
  7.   Yekaterina = Ekaterina; * 1658; † 1718;
  8.   Maria; * 28/01 1660; † 20/03 1723; house arrest 1718 to 1721 for part in a plot;
  9.   Feodor III (Z-19); † 07/05 1682;
10.   Feodosia; * 07/06 1662; † 25/12 1713;
11.   Simeon; * 00/04 1665; † 29/06 1669;
12.   Ivan V (Z-20); † 08/02 1696;
13.   Yevdokia = Eudokia; * 26/02 1669; † 27/02 1669;

According to another source, the chronological order of birth was:
12, 1, 8, 2, 4, 3, 7, 6, 5, 10, 9, 11, and 13;

Natalia Kirilovna Naryshkina; * 01/09 1651; m(2) 22/01 or 01/02 1671; † 04/02 1694;
children :
14.   Peter I (Z-21); † 08/02 1725;
15.   Natalia; * 22/08 1673; † 18/06 1716;
16.   Feodora; * 04/09 1674; † 28/11 1677;
Z-19 1661 1676-1682 Feodor III = Fjodor = Fedor II the most Meek = Feodor Alexejevitsch;
s(Z-18); * 30/05 or 09/06 1661; † 27/04 or 07/05 1682; ‡ Archangel Cathedral, Kreml;
Tsar of Russia from 29/01 1676 to 1682;
Crowned Assumption Cathedral, Kreml, 28/06 1676;

Agatha = Agafia Semenovna Grutshetskaya; m(1) 28/07 1680; † 24/07 1681;
child :
1.   Ilya; * 21/07 1681; † 30/07 1681 or still-born;

Marfa Matveievna Apraxina; * 1664; m(2) 14/02 or 24/02 1681 or 1682; † 11/01 1716;
no children ;

[10494 p.279]
Z-20 1666 1682-1696 Ivan V = Ioann V = Ivan Aleziovitz;
s(Z-18); * 06/09 1666; † 29/01 or 08/02 1696;
Tsar of Russia from 23 or 26/05 1682 to 1696;
Co-ruler with Peter I (Z-21);
Resigned 1688;

Proscowa = Praskovia Feodorovna Saltykova; * 21/10 1664; m(1) 19/01 1684; † 24/10 1723; d Fedor Saltykov;
children :
1.   Maria; * 31/03 1689; † 23/02 1692;
2.   Feodosia; * 14/06 1690; † 22/05 1691;
3.   Catherine = Ekaterina; * 25/07 1691 or 1692; † 25/06 1733;
   m 19/04 1716 Duke Karl Leopold of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (K003); * 26/11 1678; † 28/11 1747;
   they got:
     a) Elisabeth Catharina Ulrikke = Anna Leopoldovna; † 1746 imprisoned in Kolmagori;
     regent for her son (Z-25) 1740 to 1741;
     m Prince Anton Ulrik of Braunschweig-Bevern; † 1775 imprisoned in Kolmagori;
     he was brutal and despotic, and she left him 1722;
     Anna and Anton got:
       i)   Ivan (Z-25); † 1764;
       ii)  Catharina; † 1807 in Horsens;
       iii) Elisabeth; † 1782 in Horsens;
       iv) Peter; † 1789 in Horsens;
       v)  Alexius; † 1787 in Horsens;
The four siblings came in Denmark under the protection of their father's sister, Queen Juliane Marie (King Frederik V);

4.   Anne = Anna (Z-24); † 28/10 1740;
5.   Praskovia; * 14/10 1694; † 19/10 1731;
   m 1723 General Ivan Dmitriyev-Mamonov; † May 1730;
Z-21 1672 1682-1725 Peter I = Peter I the Great = Pyotr Alexeyevich Romanov;
s(Z-18); * 09/06 1672; 28/01 or 08/02 1725; ‡ Sts. Peter and Paul Cathedral in St. Petersburg;
Tsar of Russia from 27/04 or 07/05 1682 to 1721;
He came of age 12(09 1689;
Co-ruler with Ivan V (Z-20) to 29/01 or 08/02 1696;
Emperor of Russia from 22/10 1721 10 1725;

Evdokia Fedorovna Lapukhin = Eudoxia Lopukhina; * 10/07 1670; m(1) 06/02 1689; divorced 1698; † 07/09 1731; entered the Pokrovski Convent in Suzdal before the divorce on the Tsar's order [10494 p.354];
children :
  1.   Alexei; * 28/02 1690; † 27/06 or 07/07 1718 executed accused of treason;
   m 25/10 1711 Duchess Sophie Charlotta of Braunschweig-Blankenberg-Wolfenbüttel; * 29/08 1694; † 13/11 1715 of postnatal fever;
she was sister to Empress Elisabeth Christina (Emperor Karl VI);
   they got:
     a) Natalia; * 03/08 1714; † 03/12 1728;
     b) Peter II (Z-23); * 1715; † 03/12 1728;
  2.   Alexandr; * 23/10 1691; † 24/05 1692;
  3.   Pavel; * 1693; † 1693;

Martha Samuilovna Skavronskaya = Catherine I Alexeijevna (Z-22);
* 15/04 1685; m(2) 19/02 1712; crowned 28/01 1724 OS as Empress; † 06/05 or 17/05 1727;d Samuel Showronski;
The couple was secretly married in November 1707, and three of the children were born before official marriage; seh was of humble origin, had been mistress to a number of men, high and low, before she impressed the emperor [10494 p.359];
children :
  4.   Pavel = Paul; * 1704; † 1707;
  5.   Piotr = Peter; * 00/09 1705; † 1707;
  6.   Ekaterina; * 1706; † 1708;
  7.   Anna Petrovna; * 28/02 1708; † 15/05 1728;
   m 21/05 or 01/06 1725 Duke Karl Frederik of Holstein-Gottorp (Hols. A-08); * 30/04 1700; † 18/06 1739;
   they got:
   a) Carl Peter Friedrich (Z-27); * 10/02 1728;
  8.   Elizabeth (Z-26); * 18/12 or 29/12 1709; † 05/01 1762;
  9.   Natalia; * 20/03 1713; † 27/05 1715;
10.   Margarita; * 19/09 1714; † 07/07 1715;
11.   Piotr; * 15/11 1715; † 25/04 1719;
12.   Pavel; * 13/01 1717; † 14/01 1717;
13.   Natalia; * 31/08 1718; † 15/03 1725;
14.   Piotr; * 1719; † 07/10 1723;
Z-22 1685 1725-1727 Catherine I = Katarina I;
Wife of (Z-20);
She was a foreigner, a woman, and hardly seen as a legitimate spouse. However, a compromise put her on the throne as sole ruling Tsarina;

See details in husband's record (Z-21);
Z-23 1715 1727-1730 Peter II;
s(Z-21-1); * 12/10 or 23/10 1715; † 19/01 or 30/01 1730;
Appointed Tsar by Catherine I. A regency until he came of age included her daughters Anna and Elisabeth, Duke Karl Frederik of Holstein-Gottorp, Mentschikov and a number og dignitars.
Mentschikov's daughter was engaged to Peter. They never married [10494 p.364];
Emperor of Russia from 07/05 or 17/05 1727 to 30/01 1730;
Deposed, sent to Siberia; according to [10494] he got smallpox and died same year.

His bride, Ekaterina A. Dolgoruka lived in the Goritsky Convent 1739 to 1741 when she was sent to Berezov. It is unsure if the ever were married.
Z-24 1693 1730-1740 Anna of Courland = Anna Ivanovna;
d(Z-20); * 28/01 or 07/02 1693; † 28/10 1740;
Empress of Russia from 30/01 or 25/02 1730 to 28/10 1740;
She signed the coronation charter 25/01 1730;

Friedrich Wilhelm, Duke of Courland; * 19/07 1692; m 31/10 11/11 1710; † 21/01 1711;
Z-25 1740 1740-1741 Ivan VI Antonovich;
Son of Prince Antony Ulrich of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel-Lüneburg and duchess Anna Leopoldovna of Mecklenburg, niece of Empress Anna of Russia and grand-daughter of Tsar Ivan V. Daughter of (Z-20-3);
Empress Anna (Z-24) adopted the baby, and he was appointed heir to the throne 05/10 1740;
* 23/08 1740; † 16/07 1764; died in prison, murdered;
m 03/07 1739;
Tsar of Russia from 28/10 1740 to 07/12 1741;
As regents: Biron to 09/11 1740, mother Anna to 25/11 1741.
Mother and baby Tsar were sent to Riga and later to Dinamund, Rannenburg and finally Kholmogory. From 1756 to his death Ivan was imprisoned in Schlüsselburg Fortress;
Z-26 1709 1741-1762 Elizabeth = Elizaveta Petrovna = Yelisavet;
d(Z-21); * 29/12 1709; † 25/12 1761 or 05/01 1762; ‡ 03/02 1762 in Peter-and-Paul, SP.
Born out of wedlock, she was proclaimed Tsarevna on 06/03 1711 and a Tsesarevna on 23/12 1721;
Empress of Russia from 25/11 or 07/12 1741 to 05/01 1762;
Crowned 25/04 1742;

No heirs left, but received substantial entertainment from a considerable number of lovers;
Z-27 - 1762 Peter III Fedorovich;
Full name: Karl Peter Ulrich Duke of Holstein-Gottorp;
gs via daughter to (Z-21); His parents were Duke Karl Friedrich of Holstein-Gottorp and Anna Petrovna (Z-21-6), who was a daughter of Peter the Great;
* 10/02 or 21/02 1728; † 06/07 or 17/07 1762 possibly assassinated;
Grand Duke of Russia from 1742 to 1761; proclaimed heir to the throne 07/11 1742;
Emperor six months in 1762 from 05/01 to 28/06 when he was deposed;;
Of the dynasty Holstein-Gottorp-Romanov;

Sophia Augusta Frederikke = Catherine = Ekaterina Alexeievna (Z-28); * 02/05 1729; m 21/08 1745; † 17/11 1796;
Peter's second cousin; daughter of Prince Christian August of Anhalt-Zerbst and Johanna Elisabeth of Holstein-Gottorp;
Grand Duchess of Russia from 1745 to 1761;
children :
1.   Paul (Z-29); † 11/03 1801;
2.   Anna Petrovna; * 20/12 1757; † 19/03 1759;
3.   Aleksej Bobrinskoj; * 1762; † 1813; father was Grigory Orlov;
4.   Elizabeth Temkina; * 1775; father was Grigory Potemkin;
Z-28 1729 1762-1796 Catherine II the Great = Katarina II = Yekaterina II Velikaya;
* 02/05 1729; † 06/11 or 17/11 1796; ‡ Peter-and-Paul, SP.
Empress / Tsarina of Russia from 09/07 1762 to 17/11 1796;
Crowned 22/09 1762;

Peter III (Z-27);
See details in husband's record;
Z-29 1754 1796-1801 Paul I = Pavel;
s(Z-27 + Z-28); * 01/10 1754; † 11-12/03 or 24/03 1801, murdered by the Zulov brothers;
Grand Duke of Russia from 1754 to 1796;
Emperor of Russia from 06/11 1796 to 24/03 1801;

Wilhelmine Auguste = Natalia Alexeyevna; * 25/06 1755; m(1) 29/09 or 10/10 1773; † 26/04 1776 died in childbed;
‡ A. Nevsky Monastery; d Margrave Ludwig IX of Hesse-Darmstadt;

Sophie Dorothea Auguste Luise of Württemberg = Maria Fedorovna; * 25/10 1759; m(2) 26/09 or 07/10 1776; † 05/11 1828; ‡ P-a-P. SP.
Daughter of Duke Frederik August of Württemberg;
children :
  1.   Alexander I (Z-30); * 12/12 1777; † 01/12 1825;
  2.   Konstantin; * 08/05 1779; † 15 or 17/06 1831 of cholera;
   declined succession rights 1822, officially 28/08 1823;
   m(1) 26/02 1796 Princess Juliane of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld = Anna Feodorovna; * 23/09 1781; † 15/08 1860;
   m(2) m, morganistic, 24/05 1820; Countess Johanna Grudzinscy = Lowicka; * 29/09 1799; † 29/11 1831;
  3.   Alexandra; * 09/08 1783; † 16/03 1801;
   m 30/10 1799 Archduke Joseph of Austria; * 09/03 1776; † 13/01 1847;
  4.   Elena; * 24/12 1784; † 24/09 1803;
   m 23/10 1799 Grand Duke Friedrich Ludwig of Mecklenburg Schwerin (K006-1); * 13/06 1778; † 28/11 1819;
  5.   Maria; * 16/02 1786; † 23/06 1859;
   m 03/08 1804 Grand Duke Karl Friedrich of Saxe-Weimar; * 02/02 1783; † 08/07 1853;
  6.   Catharina = Ektarina; * 21/05 1788; † 19/01 1819;
   m(1) 03/08 1809 Duke Georg of Oldenburg; * 09/05 1784; † 27/12 1812;
   m(2) 24/01 1816 King Wilhelm I of Württemberg; * 27/09 1781; † 25/06 1864;
  7.   Olga; * 22/07 1792; † 26/01 1795;
  8.   Anna; * 18/01 1795; † 01/03 1865;
   m 21/02 1816 King Willem II of Holland (300); * 06/12 1792; † 17/03 1849;
  9.   Nicholas I (Z-31); * 06/07 1796; † 02/03 1855;
10.   Michail, Grand Duke; * 08/02 1798; † 09/09 1849;
   m 19/02 1824 Princess Charlotte = Helene Paulowna; * 09/01 1807; † 02/02 1873;
   daughter of Prince Paul of Württemberg; they got five daughters:
     a) Alexander; * 28/01 1831; † 27/03 1832;
     b) Marie; * 09/03 1825; † 19/11 1846;
     c) Elizaveta; * 26/05 1826; † 28/01 1845;
     m 31/01 1844 Adolf Duke of Nassau and Grand Duke of Luxembourg; * 24/07 1817; † 17/11 1905;
     d) Katarina; * 28/07 1827; † 12/05 1894;
     m 16/02 1851 Duke Georg of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (S005-4); * 11/01 1824; † 20/06 1876;
     e) Anna; * 27/10 1834; † 22/03 1836;
Z-30 1777 1801-1825 Alexander I;
s(Z-29); * 12/12 or 23/12 1777; † 01/12 1825;
King of Poland from 1815;
Tsar of Russia from 24/03 1801 to 01/12 1825;

Auguste Marie Luise of Baden = Elisabeth Alexeyevna; * 24/01 1779; m 09/10 1793; † 16/05 1826 or 1828; d Margrave Charles Frederick Ludwig of Baden and a niece to Paul's I first wife;
children :
1.   Maria; * 29/05 1799; † 08/07 1800;
2.   Elizaveta = Elizabeth; * 15/11 1806; † 12/05 1808;

Plus a comprehensive number of illegitimate children with more than one lady;
Z-31 1796 1825-1855 Nicholas I = Nikolaj I;
s(Z-29); * 06/07 1796; † 02/03 1855;
King of Poland from 1825;
Tsar of Russia from 1825 to 1855;

Princess Fredericke Luise Charlotte Wilhelmine = Alexandra Feodorovna; * 13/07 1798; m 13/07 1817; † 01/11 1860;
Daughter of King Frederick Wilhelm III of Prussia;
children :
1.   Alexander II (Z-32); † 13/03 1881;
2.   Maria; * 18/08 1819; † 21/02 1876;
   m(1) 14/07 1839 Duke Maximilian E.J.A.N. de Beauharnais of Leuchtenberg; * 02/10 1817; † 01/11 1852;
   they got seven children.
   m(2) 16/11 1856 Count Grigori Strogonov;
3.   Olga; * 11/09 1822; † 30/10 1892;
   m 13/07 1846 King Karl Frederick Alexander I of Württemberg; * 06/03 1823; † 06/10 1891;
4.   Alexandra; * 24/06 1825; † 10/08 1844 died in childbed;
   m 28/01 1844 Landgrave Friedrich Wilhelm of Hesse-Kassel; * 26/11 1820; † 14/10 1884;
5.   Elizabeth; * 1826; † 1829;
6.   Constantine; * 21/09 1827; † 29/01 1892;
   m 11/09 1848 Princess Alexandra of Saxe-Altenburg; * 08/07 1830; † 06/07 1911;
   they got six legitimate children of which some were killed or executed during the Revolution;
     a) Grand Duchess Olga; * 13/07 1862; † 27/02 1879;
     who m 27/10 1867 King George I of Greece; * 24/12 1845; † 18/03 1877;
7.   Nicholai; * 08/08 1831; † 25/04 1891;
   m 06/02 1856; Duchess Alexandra of Oldenburg; * 02/06 1838; † 25/04 1900;
8.   Michael; * 28/01 1832; † 18/12 1909;
   m 28/08 1857 Princess Cecile of Baden = Olga Feodorovna; * 20/09 1839; † 12/04 1891;
   they got 7 children, the last was:
     a) Grand Duchess Anastasia; * 28/07 1860; † 11/03 1922;
     who married Grand Duke Friedrich Franz III of Mecklenburg-Schwerin; * 19/03 1851; † 10/04 1897;

And a number of illegitimate children;
Z-32 1818 1855-1881 Alexander II;
s(Z-31); * 29/04 1818; † 13/03 1881, assassinated; ‡ P-a-P, SP.
Tsar of Russia from 02/03 1855 to 13/03 1881;
Crowned 15/05 1823;

Princess maximiliane Wilhelmine Auguste Sophie Marie = Maria Alexandrovna; * 08/08 1824; m(1) 28/04 1841; † 03/06 1880; d Grand Duke Luis II of Hesse-Darmstadt;
children :
  1.   Alexandra; * 30/08 1842; † 10/07 1849;
  2.   Nikolai; * 20/09 1843; † 24/04 1865 of tubercular meningitis;
  3.   Alexander III (Z-33); † 02/11 1894;
  4.   Wladimir; * 22/04 1847; † 17/02 1909;
   m 28/08 1874 Duchess Marie A.E.E. of Mecklenburg-Schwerin; * 14/05 1854; † 06/09 1920;
  5.   Alexei; * 14/01 1850; † 14/11 1908 in Paris;
   m 1869 Alexandra Zhukovskaya;
  6.   Marie; * 17/10 1853; † 24/10 1920;
   m 23/01 1874 Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh; * 06/08 1844; † 30/07 1900;
  7.   Sergei; * 10/05 1857; † 17/02 1905, assassinated;
   m 15/06 1884 Princess Elisabeth of Hesse-Darmstadt; * 01/11 1864; † 18/07 1918; sister to the empress;
  8.   Pavel; * 03/10 1860; † 30/01 1919 executed by the Bolsjeviks;
   m(1) 17/06 1889 Princess Alexandra of Greece and Denmark; * 30/08 1870; † 24/09 1891; third cousin of the Prince; died in second childbed;
   m(2) 10/10 1902 Countess Olga Valerianovna = Karnovich; a divorcée, and the husband was dismissed and lived abroad;
  9.   Grigorij Yourievsky; * 12/05 1872; † 13/09 1913;
10.   Olga Yurievska; * 07/11 1874; † 10/08 1925;
11.   Boris; * 23/02 1876; † 11/04 1876;
12.   Catherine Yurievska; * 09/09 1878; † 22/12 1959;

Princess Catherine Dolgoruky = Yurievska; * 14/11 1847; m(2) 18/07 1880; † 15/02 1922;
children : 9 to 12 children were legitimated after marriage;
Z-33 1845 1881-1894 Alexander III;
s(Z-32);* 10/03 1845; † 02/11 1894; ‡ P-a-P, SP.
Tsar of Russia from 01/03 1881 to 20/10 1894;

Dagmar Marie Sophie Frederike = Maria Feodorovna; * 26/11 1847; m 28/10 or 09/11 1866; † 13/10 1928 in Denmark;
d Christian IX of Denmark;
She was engaged to Alexander's brother Nicolai who died before the marriage took place. On request from her dying fiancé, Dagmar accepted to change her fancy towards Alexander, her 10th cousin;
children :
1.   Nicholas II (Z-34); † 17/07 1918;
2.   Alexander; * 07/06 1869; † 02/05 1870;
3.   Jurij = Georg; * 06/05 1871; † 09/08 1899 died of tuberculosis;
4.   Mikhail (Z-35); * 22/11 1878; † 13/07 1918;
5.   Xenia; * 06/04 1875; † 20/04 1860;
   m 06/08 1894 Grand Duke Alexander of Russia; * 13/04 1866; † 26/02 1933;
6.   Olga; * 13/06 1882; † 24/11 1960; emigrated to Canada after the Revolution;
   m(1) 09/08 1901 Duke Peter Frederich of Oldenburg; * 21/11 1868; † 11/03 1924;
   m(2) 01/11 1916 Nikolai Alexandrovich Kulikovsky; * 11/11 1882; † 11/08 1958;
Z-34 1868 1894-1917 Nicholas II = Nikolaj II;
s(Z-33); * 06/05 1868; † 17/07 1918 executed;
Tsar from 21/10 1894 to 12/03 1917;
Abdicated from 15/03 1917, including his son Nikolai's succesion;

Princess Alix = Victoria Alix Helena Louise Beatrice = Alexandra Feodorovna of Hesse-Darmstadt;
* 06/06 1872; m 14/11 or 26/11 1894; † 17/07 1918 executed;
children :
1.   Olga; * 15/11 1895; † 17/07 1918 executed;
2.   Tatiana; * 10/06 1897; † 17/07 1918 executed;
3.   Maria; * 26/06 1899; † 17/07 1918 executed;
4.   Anastasia; * 18/06 1901; † 17/07 1918 executed;
5.   Alexei; * 12/08 1904; † 17/07 1918 executed;
Z-35 1878 1917 Mikael II;
s(Z-33); * 22/11 1878; † 13/07 1918 executed near Perm;
Tsar from 28/03 1917 to 29/03 1917;

Natalya Sergeievna of Romanovskaya-Brassova; * 27/06 1880; m 16/10 or 26/10 1912 in Vienna; † 26/02 1952;
Morganatically wed wife;



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