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FRADE

FRADES

FRADIQUE

FRAES

FRAGELAIS

FRAGIER

FRAGUIER

FRAINTROPP

FRAIPONT

FRAIRE

FRAISG

FRAISSE

FRAIXNETO

FRAMBACH

FRAMECOURT

FRAMLINGTON

FRAMPTON

FRAMSE

FRAMYNGHAM

FRANC

FRANCAVILLA

FRANCCYS

FRANCE, Kings of (chronological)

*     Charles the Bald is often reckoned first King of France. Before him we show Kings of Neustria (West Frankia) and Kings of Paris beginning with Clovis the Great. For these earlier Kings, the first regnal number refers to the list of Kings of Neustria, the second to Kings of All the Franks. (During the Pepinid era, some Kings of All the Franks seem to be excluded from that regnal list.) For other Kings of Austrasia, refer to Kings of Germany.
*     There is some confusion about the numbering of some Merovingian Kings. Our Clovis IV is often called Clovis III; our Thierry IV is sometimes called Theodoric II, etc.
*     The symbol ( * ) means the King is omitted from many regnal lists.

 Merovingian Dynasty
(-,1) [481-511] Clovis the Great
(Paris) [511-558] Childebert I, son of Clovis the Great
(Orleans) [511-524] Chlodomer, son of Clovis the Great
(-,2) [558-561] Chlothar I (King at Soissons from 511)
(Paris) [561-567] Charibert I
(Burgundy) [561-592] Guntram
(1,-) [561-584] Chilperic I
(2,3) [584-628] Chlothar II (King of All Franks from 613)
(3,4) [628-638] Dagobert I
(4,-) [638-656] Clovis II
*     During the reign of Clovis II, the Pepinid Grimoald seized control in Austrasia, exiling King Dagobert II. Clovis II had Grimoald tortured and killed.
(5,-) [656-670] Chlothar III
(6,5) [670-673, 673-675] Childeric II
(7,-) [673,etc.] Thierry III
* [673-679] Neustria in political transition.
The preceding King was deposed twice during this era until finally becoming the undisputed (puppet) King (see below). The next two Kings were Kings of Austrasia, for whom the Pepinid Major Domus (Ansegisel or his son Pepin II of Herstal) may have claimed the Neustrian throne.
(*,-) [675-676] Clovis III, prob. son of Clothar III (above).
(*,-) [676-679] Dagobert II of Austrasia (after return from exile)
* [679-687] Neustria in political transition.
In 679 King Dagobert II was assassinated, possibly by order of Pepin II of Herstal. (Some say it was an imposter who returned from Ireland as Dagobert II.) A few years later Ebroin, Major Domus of Neustria, was assassinated. In 687 Austrasian forces defeated Neustria at the Battle of Tertry. After this, real power throughout Frankia was wielded by the Austrasian Major Domus Pepin II of Herstal (nephew of the Grimoald killed by Clovis II) and his descendants (the Pepinids).
*     The next seven Kings were puppet Kings.
(7,*) [679-691] Thierry III
(8,-) [691-695] Clovis IV, son of Thierry III
(9,*) [695-711] Childebert III
(10,*) [711-715] Dagobert III
(11,*) [715-720] Chilperic II
(12,6) [720-737] Thierry IV
(13,7) [742-752] Childeric III
*     Some people claim descent from Sigebert III of Razes, supposedly Heir of the Merovingians.
(*) [-] Sigebert III poss. self-proclaimed ``King of Franks,'' or poss. his very existence is a recent fabrication.
 
House of Carolingians (Pepinid Line)
*     Pepin III deposed Childeric III and became `first King of the Franks of the second race.'
(-,8) [752-768] Pepin III `the Short'
*     Carloman and Great Charles were co-regents for a few years.
(*) [768-771] Carloman
(-,9) [768-814] Charles (I) the Great (1st Holy Roman Emperor)
(-,10) [814-840] Louis I the Debonnaire (2nd Holy Roman Emperor)
* [840-843] Interregnum; Sons of Louis I at War. Resolved by the Peace of Verdun, which established France.
*     In most lists, Charles the Bald is reckoned as First King of France.
*     (Some prefer to number Charles' grandfather, Great Charles, as Charles I, so there is some controversy about the numbering of the early Charleses.)
(1) [843-877] Charles I/II the Bald
(2) [877-879] Louis II the Stammerer
(3) [879-882] Louis III, son of Louis II
(*4) [882-884] Carloman, son of Louis II
(5) [885-887] Charles II/III the Fat
*     Charles the Fat was deposed (for his losses to Viking invaders) in 887. After this, France was no longer a part of the Empire.
 
Robertians, Carolingian, Welfing/Bosonid
(6) [888-898] Eudes (Odo)
(7) [898-922] Charles III the Simple (claimed throne from 893)
(*8) [922-923] Robert I
*     The father of Raoul (Rudolph) following was a Welfing; his mother was a Bosonid. Raoul's claim to the throne came from his mother's mother who was Carolingian.
(9) [923-936] Raoul of Burgundy
 
House of Carolingians (Restored)
(10) [936-954] Louis IV
(11) [954-986] Lothair
(12) [986-987] Louis V the Indolent
*     Louis V was the last Carolingian King of France. Upon Louis' death Hugh Capet was elected King and became `first King of the (West) Franks of the third race.'
 
House of Capet (Robertians)
(13) [987-996] Hugh Capet
(14) [996-1031] Robert II the Pious
(15) [1031-1060] Henry I
(16) [1060-1108] Philip I the Fair
(17) [1108-1137] Louis VI the Fat
(18) [1137-1180] Louis VII the Younger
(19) [1180-1223] Philip II Augustus
(20) [1223-1226] Louis VIII the Lion
(regent) [1226-1234] Blanche of Castile
(21) [1226-1270] Louis IX the Saint
(22) [1271-1285] Philip III the Bold
(23) [1285-1314] Philip IV the Fair
(24) [1314-1316] Louis X the Stubborn
(regent) [1316] Philip V the Tall
(*25) [1316-1316] John I the Posthumous
(26) [1316-1322] Philip V the Tall
(27) [1322-1328] Charles IV the Fair
 
Kings of England
*     Although Philip IV had three sons and a grandson who all became Kings of France, his agnatic line became extinct. The throne was then claimed by Philip IV's uterine grandson:
(rival) [1328-1377] Edward III of England
*     This claim was reinforced by earlier connections and ownership in France by Kings of England (Normandy, Anjou, and the marriage by Henry II to the Heiress of Aquitaine). French nobles did not accept Edward's claim and installed Philip VI Valois as King. Valois attacked England's domains in the North of France in 1337, and the Hundred Years' War began. English Kings continued to claim the French throne until 1802, and even controlled Paris from 1420 to 1436. Refer to ENGLAND, Kings of for these English Kings of France; in the list following we show just Kings crowned by the French.
 
House of Valois
(28) [1328-1350] Philip VI the Fortunate
(29) [1350-1364] John II the Good
(30) [1364-1380] Charles V the Wise
(regent) [1380-1382] Louis I of Anjou
(31) [1380-1422] Charles VI the Well-Beloved
*     During the Hundred Years' War the Kingdoms were almost unified by the following person who, as an infant, was appointed Heir by his grandfather King Charles VI. However his claim was not accepted by French nobles.
(*) [1422-1429] Henry VI of England (as infant)
*     After the losses at Agincourt, and the assassination of John the Fearless of Burgundy, power in France was held by Philippe III of Burgundy and his wife's cousin Isabella of Bavaria. Isabella had two daughters who were married to Kings of England, and supported Burgundy and England against what was left of the France still loyal to Charles VI and his sons.
*     Although Paris was not recaptured until 1436, and the War did not end until 1453, the turning point of the Hundred Years' War came in 1429 when Joan of Arc defeated the English at the Battle of Patay and had Charles VII coronated at Reims.
(32) [1422-1461]
or [1429-1461]
Charles VII the Victorious
(33) [1461-1483] Louis XI the Cruel
(regent) [1483-1484] Anne de Beaujeu
(34) [1483-1498] Charles VIII the Affable
(35) [1498-1515] Louis XII the Father of His People
(36) [1515-1547] Francis I
(37) [1547-1559] Henry II
(38) [1559-1560] Francis II
(regent) [1560-1563] Catherine de Medici
(39) [1560-1574] Charles IX
(40) [1574-1589] Henry III
 
House of Bourbon
(41) [1589-1610] Henry IV (also King Henry III of Navarre)
(regent) [1610-1614] Marie de Medici
(42) [1610-1643] Louis XIII the Well-Beloved
(regent) [1643-1651] Anne of Austria
(43) [1643-1715] Louis XIV the Sun King
(regent) [1715-1723] Philippe III d' Orleans
(44) [1715-1774] Louis XV the Well-Beloved
(45) [1774-1793] Louis XVI the Beloved
(*46) [1793-1795] Louis XVII (spent entire ``reign'' in prison)
 
Interregna
  [1792-1804] The First Republic. France in political transition.
(In 1802 George III of England renounced his claim to the throne of France.)
* [1804-1814] Napoleon I, Emperor (before exile to Elba)
* [1815] Napoleon I, Emperor (before exile to St. Helena)
 
House of Bourbon (Restored)
(47) [1814-1824] Louis XVIII
(48) [1824-1830] Charles X
 The next (Pretender) King "reigned" for only 20 minutes, the interval between his father's signature of abdication and his own.
(*) [1830] Louis XIX, son of Charles X
(*) [1830-1883*] Henri V
 
House of Bourbon-Orleans
(49) [1830-1848] Louis-Philippe the Citizen King.
 
Interregna
* [1848-1852] The Second Republic.
* [1852-1870] Emperor Napoleon III
* [1871-1940] The Third Republic.
* [1940-1944] Interregnum; Paris controlled by Adolf Hitler
* [1944-1947] Interregnum; political transition
* [1947-1959] The Fourth Republic.
* [1959-] The Fifth Republic.
 
Some Pretender Kings
(*) [1883-1894] Philippe VII
(*) [1940-1999] Henri VI
(*) [1999-present] Henri VII
(*) [1989-present] Louis XX

FRANCE     or     FRANCA     or     FRANKREICH     or     FRANKRIKE

FRANCEIS

FRANCHELEINS

FRANCHELM

FRANCHI

FRANCHIMONT

FRANCHIS

FRANCIA     or     FRANCIE     or     FRANCONIA     or     FRANCONIE     or     FRANCS     or     FRANCS RIPUAIRES     or     FRANCS SALIENS     ---   (see   FRANKS)
 
FRANCIERES

FRANCIOTTI

FRANCIS     or     FRANCEYS     or     FRANCYS     or     FRAUNCEIS     or     FRAUNCEYS     or     FRAUNCIS

FRANCISCO

FRANCK

FRANCKELYN

FRANCKENDR

FRANCKLINE

FRANCKLYNE

FRANCO

FRANCOIS

FRANCOLISE

FRANCONE

FRANCONVILLE

FRANCOS

FRANCQUEVILLE

FRANCTON     ---   (see   FRANKTON)
 
FRANCYS     ---   (see   FRANCIS)
 
FRANEAU

FRANGEPAN     or     FRANGIPANE     or     FRANGIPANI     ---   (see   FRANKAPAN)
 
FRANK

FRANKAPAN     or     FRANGEPAN     or     FRANGIPANE     or     FRANGIPANI     or     FRANKOPAN     or     FRANKOPANI     or     KRCKI     or     VEGLIA

FRANKE

FRANKEL

FRANKEN     ---   (see   FRANKS)
 
FRANKENBERG     or     FRANKENBURG

FRANKENFELD

FRANKENHAUSEN

FRANKENSTEIN

FRANKFURT

FRANKFURTER

FRANKI     or     FRANKIA     ---   (see   FRANKS)
 
FRANKING

FRANKLAND

FRANKLEY

FRANKLIN     or     FRANKLEYN     or     FRANKLINE     or     FRANKLYN

FRANKNBURG

FRANKOPAN     or     FRANKOPANI     ---   (see   FRANKAPAN)
 
FRANKREICH     or     FRANKRIKE     ---   (see   FRANCE)
 
FRANKRIJK

FRANKS     or     EAST FRANKS     or     FRANCIA     or     FRANCIE     or     FRANCONIA     or     FRANCONIE     or     FRANCS     or     FRANCS RIPUAIRES     or     FRANCS SALIENS     or     FRANKEN     or     FRANKI     or     FRANKIA     or     OLD FRANCONIA     or     SALIC FRANKS     or     WEST FRANKS

FRANKTON     or     FRANCTON

FRANKVILLE

FRANOW

FRANQUE

FRANQUEMONT

FRANSEN

FRANSHAM

FRANTENHAUSEN     or     FRONTENHAUSEN

FRANTZ

FRANZ

FRANZAULT

FRANZIEN

FRARY

FRASER     or     FRAZER

FRASIER

FRASNOY

FRASSE

FRATTINA

FRAUDS

FRAUENBERG     or     FRAUNBERG

FRAUENSTEIN

FRAUNBERGER

FRAUNCEIS     or     FRAUNCEYS     or     FRAUNCIS     ---   (see   FRANCIS)
 
FRAUNCES

FRAUNHOFEN     or     FRAUNHOFFEN

FRAXINIS     or     FRAXINETO     or     FRAXINO     ---   (see also   FRESNEY)

FRAY

FRAYBAERTS

FRAZER     ---   (see   FRASER)
 
FRAZIER

FREAME

FREASLEY

FREAWINESDOTTER

FREBODY

FREBODYE

FRECHEN

FRECHILLA

FRECHOSO

FRECIE

FRECKLEBEN

FREDEMANN

FREDEN

FREDERICK

FREDERICSZ

FREDERIKSDATTER

FREDOL

FREDRICKSE

FREDROVNA

FREEBODY

FREEMAN

FREGOSO

FREI

FREIBERG

FREIBURG

FREIENBERG

FREIENTHURN

FREIJS

FREIJSE

FREIRE

FREISING

FREISMERSEN

FREISSING

FREISTON

FREITAG

FREITAS

FREIXO

FREKE

FREMAULT

FREME

FREMENVILLE

FREMIN

FREMINGHAM

FRENCH     or     FFRENCH

FRENCHE

FRENDRAUGHT

FRENE

FRENES

FRENEY

FRENKE

FRENSBURG

FRENTZ

FRENZ

FRERE

FRESCOT

FRESE

FRESHMARSH

FRESILLE

FRESLEY

FRESNAY

FRESNE

FRESNEAU

FRESNES

FRESNEVILLE

FRESNEY     or     FRAXINIS

FRESNIERES

FRESNOY

FRESSE

FRESSEL     or     FREYZELL

FRESSH

FRESSIN

FRESTEL

FRETARD

FRETEL

FRETEVAL     or     FRETTEVAL

FRETHNEI

FRETHORNE

FRETIN

FRETOY

FRETTE

FREUCHIE

FREUDENBERG

FREUDENSTEIN

FREUDENTHAL

FREUND

FREUNDSBERG     or     FRUNDSBERG

FREUSBURG

FREVILLE

FREY

FREYBERG

FREYLING

FREYNSH

FREYRE

FREYSE

FREYSEL

FREYSING

FREYTAG

FREYVILLE

FREYZELL     ---   (see   FRESSEL)
 
FREZEAU

FREZIN

FRIAR

FRIAS

FRIAUL     ---   (see   FRIULI)
 
FRIBOIS

FRICK

FRICKENDORF

FRICKENHAUSEN     or     VOHLIN     or     VOHLIN-FRICKENHAUSEN

FRICKINGER

FRIDACH

FRIDLEIFSSON

FRIDWITZHOFEN

FRIEDAU

FRIEDBERG

FRIEDEBURG     or     FRIEDBURG

FRIEDEWALD

FRIEDLAND

FRIENCOURT

FRIEND

FRIER

FRIESACH     or     FRIESACK

FRIESE

FRIESEN

FRIESENHAUSEN

FRIESLAND     or     FRIESSLAND     or     FRISE     or     OSTFRIESLAND     or     WEST FREISLAND     or     WEST FRIESLAND     or     WEST FRISIA     or     WESTFRIESLAND

FRIGNAULT

FRIIS

FRILLE

FRIN

FRINK

FRINTROP     or     FRINTROPP

FRIOL     or     FRIOUL     ---   (see   FRIULI)
 
FRISACH

FRISBIE

FRISBY

FRISE     or     FRISIA     or     FRISIANS     or     FRISO     ---   (see also   FRIESLAND)

FRISKENY     or     FRISKNEY

FRISMARSH

FRISO     ---   (see also   FRISE)

FRISSEL

FRISSELL     or     FRIZZELL

FRISTOE

FRISTON

FRITCHI

FRITH

FRITHEBY

FRITSCH

FRITSDORF

FRITZE

FRITZINGER

FRITZLAR

FRITZSCHE

FRIULI     or     FRIAUL     or     FRIOL     or     FRIOUL     or     FRUILI

FRIZELL

FRIZZELL     ---   (see   FRISSELL)

FROBISHER

FROBURG     or     FROHBERG     or     FROHBURG

FROBYSHER

FRODASON     or     FRODASSON     or     FRODESON     or     FRODESSON     or     FRODISSON

FRODE

FRODESHAM     or     FRODSHAM

FRODESON     or     FRODESSON     or     FRODISSON     ---   (see   FRODASON)
 
FRODSHAM     ---   (see   FRODESHAM)
 
FROE

FROGENALL     or     FROGENHALL

FROGNAL     or     FROGNALL

FROHBERG     or     FROHBURG     ---   (see   FROBURG)
 
FROHNHORST

FROILAZ     ---   (see also   FRUELAS)

FROILEZ

FROISSY

FROITZHEIM

FROLAIS

FROLAZ     ---   (see   FRUELAS)
 
FROLIBAY

FROLOIS

FROMANTEL

FROMARIQUES     or     FROMARIQUEZ

FROMARIZ

FROMATGUES

FROME

FROMENTE

FROMENTIERES

FROMISTA

FROMM

FROMMEN

FROMOND

FRONBURG

FRONHAUSEN

FRONHOFEN     or     FRONHOVEN

FRONHOFER

FRONHORST

FRONMULLER

FRONSAC     or     FRONZAC

FRONSOC

FRONTENHAUSEN     ---   (see   FRANTENHAUSEN)
 
FRONTINIANUS

FRONZAC     ---   (see   FRONSAC)
 
FROSHIRE

FROSSASCO

FROST

FROSTASDOTTIR

FROSTASSON

FROTHINGHAM

FROTHISSON

FROTIER

FROTTIER

FROVILLE

FROWENHAUER

FROWICK     or     FROWICH     or     FROWICKE     or     FROWIKE     or     FROWYCK     or     FROWYK     or     FROWYKE

FROXMERE     or     FROXMORE     or     FROYMERE

FRUELAS     or     FROILAZ     or     FROLAZ     or     FRUELAZ     or     FRUELEZ

FRUGI

FRUID

FRUILI     ---   (see also   FRIULI)

FRUNCIS

FRUNDSBERG     ---   (see   FREUNDSBERG)
 
FRUSTENDEN     or     FRUSTANDES

FRY

FRYCH

FRYCHGOCH

FRYDAG

FRYE

FRYER

FRYETH

FRYGERMUTH

FRYSKNEY

FU

FUCHS     or     FUCHSBERG

FUDELL

FUENSALIDA

FUENTE

FUENTE ALMEXIR

FUENTE ENCALADA

FUENTE ALMEJIR     ---   (see   ALMEJIR)
 
FUENTEDUENA

FUENTES

FUERSTENBERG     ---   (see   FURSTENBERG)

FUFETIUS

FUGGER

FUGILL

FUGK

FULACH

FULBOURNE     or     FULBORNE     or     FULBURNE

FULFORD

FULK

FULKERAM

FULKS

FULLEN

FULLENSTEIN

FULLER

FULLERBY

FULLERHURST     or     FOULEHURST     or     FOULESHURST     or     FOULHURST     or     FOULSHURST     or     FOWLEHURST     or     FOWLESHURST     or     FULLESHURST

FULLERTON

FULLETBY     or     FULTBY

FULLTHROPE     ---   (see   FULTHORPE)
 
FULLWOOD     ---   (see   FULWOOD)
 
FULMER

FULMERSTON

FULNETBY

FULSHAW

FULSTEJNA

FULTBY     ---   (see   FULLETBY)
 
FULTHORPE     or     FULLTHROPE     or     FULTHORP     or     FULTHROPE

FULTON

FULVIA     or     FULVIUS

FULWOOD     or     FULLWOOD

FUMEL

FUNES

FUNFFER

FUNTAYNES     ---   (see   FONTAINES)

FURBUSH

FURCHES

FURE

FURFORD

FURMAN

FURMIN

FURNE

FURNEAUX     or     FOURNEAUX     or     FURNELLIS

FURNELL     or     FERNEL

FURNELLIS     ---   (see   FURNEAUX)
 
FURNER

FURNES

FURNESE

FURNESS

FURNEYS     or     FURNYS

FURNIVAL     or     FURNIVALE     or     FURNIVALL     or     FURNIVALLE

FURNYS     ---   (see   FURNEYS)
 
FURST

FURSTENBERG     or     FHURSTENBERG     or     FUERSTENBERG

FURSTENBERGER

FURSTENSTEIN

FURTADO

FURTENBACH

FUSH

FUSTAT

FUSTE

FUTTER

FYCHAN     or     VICHAN     or     VYCHAN

FYFE

FYLBRIGG

FYLDENE

FYLER     or     FILER

FYNART

FYNCH

FYNDERNE     ---   (see   FINDERNE)
 
FYNEMERE

FYNES

FYNEUX     ---   (see   FINEUX)
 
FYNLATER     or     FYNLETYR

FYNON

FYNYMOORE     or     FYNYMORE

FYODOROVNA

FYRSTYCKAD

FYSHE

FYSHER     ---   (see also   FISHER)

FYSKE

FYTCHE     ---   (see   FITCH)
 
FYTHWATER     ---   (see   FitzWALTER)
 
FYTTING

FYTZ


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