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SCADDING

SCADLOCK

SCAEVOLA

SCAGLIA

SCALA     or     SCALIGER

SCALDA

SCALEA

SCALES

SCALI

SCALIGER     ---   (see   SCALA)
 
SCANDERBEG     or     SCANDERBEGH     or     SCANDERBERGH

SCANDIANO

SCANDINAVIA

SCANE     or     SCANIA     or     SCANIE

SCANT

SCAPEIA

SCARAMPI

SCARBOROUGH     or     SCARBORROUGH     or     SCARBROUGH     or     SCARBURGH

SCARBORROW

SCARESBRICK     or     SCARISBRICK     or     SCARSBRICK

SCARGELL

SCARGILL

SCARISBRICK     ---   (see   SCARESBRICK)
 
SCARISBROOK

SCARLETT     or     SCARLET     or     SCARLETTE

SCARPH

SCARPONE

SCARPORD

SCARRON

SCARSBRICK     ---   (see   SCARESBRICK)
 
SCARSBROOK     or     SCARSBROOCK

SCARSDALE

SCARSHULL

SCARSMITH

SCARTH

SCAUDEE

SCAWEN

SCEAF

SCEAUX     or     SCHEAUX

SCEEPSTAL

SCELMO

SCEPEAUX

SCEPSIS

SCERAENA

SCETHROG

SCEY

SCHAACK     or     SCHAAK     or     SCHAICK

SCHABE

SCHABEN

SCHACH

SCHACHTEN

SCHACK

SCHAD

SCHADE

SCHADEN

SCHADERITZ

SCHADIJCK

SCHAESBERG

SCHAEYCK

SCHAFF

SCHAFFGOTSCH

SCHAFFSTEDT     or     SCHAFSTADT     or     SCHAFSTED

SCHAGEN

SCHAICK     ---   (see   SCHAACK)
 
SCHAIJ

SCHALA

SCHALCH

SCHALDECKER

SCHALECKH

SCHALER

SCHALK

SCHALKHAUSEN

SCHALKSBERG

SCHALKSBERGE

SCHALKWIJK

SCHALL

SCHALLENBERG

SCHALLER

SCHANNIS

SCHAPELOW

SCHARENBERG

SCHARFENBERG

SCHARFFENBERG

SCHARFFENSTEIN

SCHARFORDT

SCHARGE

SCHARNACHTAL

SCHARNELLS

SCHAROETI

SCHARPENSEEL     or     SCHERPENZEEL

SCHARPENSTEIN

SCHARRE

SCHARTENBERG

SCHARTOW

SCHARTZEN

SCHARZFELD

SCHAT     or     SCHATEN

SCHATEGRAVE

SCHATS

SCHATTE

SCHATTINCK

SCHATZ

SCHAUEN

SCHAUENBURG     or     SCHAUNBERG

SCHAUFUSS

SCHAUMBERG

SCHAUMBURG

SCHAUROTH

SCHAW

SCHEAUX     ---   (see   SCEAUX)
 
SCHEBEN

SCHECK

SCHEEL

SCHEER

SCHEEREBAARD

SCHEFFELN

SCHEIBLER

SCHEIDINGEN

SCHEIDT

SCHEIDUNG

SCHEIFFART

SCHEIJFF     or     SCHEYFF

SCHELDE

SCHELDERODE

SCHELDEWINDEKE

SCHELE

SCHELEN     or     SCHELENBURG

SCHELIHA

SCHELKLINGEN

SCHELLACH

SCHELLART

SCHELLENBERG

SCHELLENDORF

SCHELLING

SCHELLINGER

SCHELLMAN

SCHELM     or     SCHELME

SCHELRIS

SCHELTINGA

SCHEMBACH

SCHENCKBEER

SCHENCKENDORFF

SCHENF

SCHENGEN

SCHENK     or     SCHENCK     or     SCHENKIN

SCHENKENDORF

SCHENKENSTEIN

SCHENKINCK

SCHENKING

SCHEONBERG     ---   (see   SCHONBOURG)
 
SCHEPELITZ

SCHEPMOES

SCHEPPACH

SCHEPPENSTEDE

SCHEREMETEV     ---   (see   SHEREMETEV)
 
SCHERENBEKE

SCHERENBERG

SCHERER

SCHERFF

SCHERFFENSTEIN     or     SCHERFFER

SCHERFFGIN     or     SCHERFGIN

SCHERMANN

SCHERMER

SCHERMERHOOREN     or     SCHERMERHORN

SCHERMKE

SCHERP

SCHERPENZEEL     ---   (see   SCHARPENSEEL)
 
SCHERRAGAU

SCHERTEL

SCHERTELZAN

SCHERTLIN

SCHERTZ

SCHESSICE

SCHEST     or     SCHESTOV     ---   (see also   SHESTOV)

SCHETE     ---   (see   SHUTE)
 
SCHETS     or     SCHETZ

SCHEUERNSCHLOSS

SCHEURBROOT

SCHEURL

SCHEUTEN

SCHEVES

SCHEWE

SCHEYERN

SCHEYFF     ---   (see   SCHEIJFF)
 
SCHICK

SCHICKE

SCHICKFUS

SCHIDDERICH

SCHIDERICH

SCHIENEN

SCHIERSTEDT     or     SCHIERSTADT

SCHIETERE

SCHIFER

SCHIFFELBERG

SCHILDBERG

SCHILDER

SCHILER

SCHILLING

SCHILLINGIN

SCHILLINGLAW

SCHILTBERG

SCHILTEL

SCHILTER

SCHILTSTEIN

SCHIMMELPENNINCK

SCHINCKEL

SCHINCKELE

SCHINDEL

SCHINDLER

SCHINKEL

SCHINKELAERS

SCHINNEN

SCHINTARD

SCHIPLIEDE

SCHIRARD

SCHIRMER

SCHIRNDING     or     SCHIRNDINGER

SCHIROWSKY

SCHITTLI

SCHITTLIN

SCHIVAS

SCHIVELBUSCH

SCHKOPP

SCHLABECK

SCHLABRENDORFF

SCHLADEBACH

SCHLADEN

SCHLAGER

SCHLAMMERSDORF

SCHLANDSBERG

SCHLANZ

SCHLAPPRIZI

SCHLAREN

SCHLAWE     ---   (see also   POMERANIA)

SCHLEBUSCH

SCHLEGEL

SCHLEGELL

SCHLEIDEN

SCHLEINITZ

SCHLEISEN     ---   (see   SILESIA)
 
SCHLEITHEIM

SCHLEIZ-KOSTRITZ

SCHLENDERHAN

SCHLEPEGRELL

SCHLESIEN     ---   (see   SILESIA)
 
SCHLESWIG     or     SCHLESVIG     or     SLESVIG     or     SLESVIK

SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN     or     SLEESWIJK-HOLSTEIN

SCHLEUSER

SCHLEUSINGEN

SCHLEYER

SCHLEYERN

SCHLICHTING

SCHLICK     or     SCHLIK

SCHLICTENHORST     or     SLECHTENHORST     or     SLICHTENHORST

SCHLIEBEN

SCHLIEBITZ

SCHLIEFFEN

SCHLIK     ---   (see   SCHLICK)
 
SCHLINGWURM

SCHLIPPENBACH

SCHLITZ

SCHLON

SCHLOTHEIM

SCHLOTKNECHT

SCHLUCHTERN

SCHLUMBERGER

SCHLUSSELBERG     or     SCHLUESSELBERG     or     SCHLUSSELBURG

SCHLUSSELFELDER

SCHMAALSTEIG

SCHMAL

SCHMALBROICH

SCHMALENECK

SCHMATZHAGEN

SCHMEHLEN

SCHMELKES

SCHMERTZING

SCHMERZEN

SCHMID

SCHMIDL

SCHMIDLAPP

SCHMIDT

SCHMIDTBURG     or     SCHMIDBURG

SCHMIED

SCHMIEDEN

SCHMIEDICHEN

SCHMITBURG

SCHMITT

SCHMITZ

SCHMOLZ

SCHMONIN     or     SCHMON     or     SCHMONN

SCHMUCK

SCHMULLING

SCHNAPPE

SCHNAPPER     or     SCHNAPER

SCHNEEN

SCHNEEWEISS

SCHNEIDER

SCHNEISS

SCHNELLENBERG

SCHNEPF     or     SCHNEPFF

SCHNEVEL

SCHNEWLIN

SCHNITZENBAUM

SCHOBERG

SCHOCH

SCHODER

SCHOELLNER

SCHOEN

SCHOENAICH

SCHOENAUER

SCHOENBURG     ---   (see   SCHONBOURG)
 
SCHOENDENWOERT

SCHOENDERWOERT

SCHOENVORST

SCHOEPF     or     SCHUPF

SCHOFFERLIN

SCHOFFLER

SCHOFIELD

SCHOLDEMAN

SCHOLES

SCHOLEY

SCHOLS

SCHOLTEN

SCHOLTZ

SCHOMBERG     ---   (see also   SCHONBOURG)

SCHOMBERGHE

SCHON

SCHONAICH

SCHONAU

SCHONBORN

SCHONBOURG     or     SCHEONBERG     or     SCHOENBURG     or     SCHOMBERG     or     SCHONBERG     or     SCHONBURG

SCHONEBECK

SCHONEBERG

SCHONEBURG

SCHONECK

SCHONECKEN

SCHONEFELD

SCHONEFELDE

SCHONENBERG     or     SCHONENBURG

SCHONERMARK

SCHONEVELD     or     SCHONEVELDE     or     SCONENFELD

SCHONFELD     or     SCHONFELDT

SCHONFELS

SCHONFORST

SCHONHERING

SCHONING

SCHONK

SCHONOW

SCHONRODE

SCHONSTADT

SCHONTHAL

SCHOOF

SCHOOLCRAFT

SCHOOLER

SCHOOLEY

SCHOONDONCK

SCHOONHOUT

SCHOONHOVEN

SCHOONJANS

SCHOONMAKER

SCHOONVORST

SCHOORE

SCHOORISSE

SCHOOTEN

SCHOPPEN

SCHORE

SCHORESWORTH

SCHORISSE

SCHORLEMER

SCHORLEMMER

SCHORTERS

SCHORTZEN

SCHOSSIN

SCHOTEN

SCHOTT     or     SCHOTTENSTEIN

SCHOTTENSTEIN     ---   (see   SCHOTT)
 
SCHOTTINC

SCHOTTISBROOKE     or     SHOTTESBROKE     or     SHOTTESBROOKE     or     SHOTTISBROOK

SCHOTZE

SCHOTZEN

SCHOUTEETE     or     SCHOUTHEETE

SCHOUTEN

SCHOUWEN

SCHRAFFENBERG

SCHRANTZL

SCHRAPELAU

SCHRATTENBACH

SCHRECKENSTEIN

SCHREIBERSDORF

SCHRENCK

SCHRENK

SCHRENTZEL

SCHRICK

SCHRIEGWITZ

SCHRIMPFIN

SCHRIMSHER     or     SCRIMSHER     or     SCRIMSHIRE

SCHRODER     or     SCHROEDER

SCHRODESS

SCHROEDER     ---   (see   SCHRODER)
 
SCHROETER     ---   (see   SCHROTER)
 
SCHROFENSTEIN     or     SCHROFFENSTEIN

SCHROTER     or     SCHROETER

SCHROTT

SCHROTZBERG

SCHRYVER

SCHUCKMANN

SCHUEBEL

SCHUERE

SCHUERMANS

SCHUES

SCHUH

SCHULENBURG

SCHULLER

SCHULMEISTER

SCHULTEN

SCHULTHEIS

SCHULTHEISS

SCHULZE

SCHUMANN

SCHUNCK

SCHUNEBERG

SCHUNEBERNER

SCHUPF     ---   (see   SCHOEPF)
 
SCHUREN

SCHURF

SCHURFF     or     SCHURFFIUS

SCHURWE

SCHUSSENGAU

SCHUST

SCHUTZ

SCHUTZBAR

SCHUWE

SCHUY

SCHUYLDER

SCHUYLENBURCH

SCHUYLER

SCHWAB

SCHWABE

SCHWABEN     ---   (see   SWABIA)
 
SCHWABENGAU     ---   (see also   SWABIA)

SCHWABER     ---   (see   SWABIA)
 
SCHWAIGERN

SCHWALBACH

SCHWALENBERG     or     SCHWALLENBERG

SCHWAMBERG

SCHWANBERG     or     SVAMBERKA

SCHWANEBECK

SCHWANEN

SCHWARTENBURG     ---   (see   SCHWARZENBURG)
 
SCHWARTZ

SCHWARTZENBERG

SCHWARTZENBURG

SCHWARTZENDORF

SCHWARTZHOFF

SCHWARZ

SCHWARZACH

SCHWARZBACH

SCHWARZBURG     or     SCHWARTZBURG     or     SCHWARZBOURG

SCHWARZE

SCHWARZENAU

SCHWARZENBURG     or     SCHWARTENBURG     or     SCHWARZENBERG     or     SWARTZENBERG

SCHWARZENECK

SCHWARZENSTEIN

SCHWARZWALD

SCHWARZWALDT

SCHWAVE

SCHWEDEN     ---   (see   SWEDEN)
 
SCHWEICHOLD

SCHWEIDNITZ

SCHWEIN

SCHWEINACHGAU

SCHWEINBACH     or     SCHWEINBECK

SCHWEINFURT

SCHWEINICHEN

SCHWEINITZ

SCHWEINSBERG

SCHWEINSHAUPTEN

SCHWEIRIN     ---   (see   SCHWERIN)
 
SCHWEND

SCHWENDI

SCHWENKFELD

SCHWEPPENHAUSER

SCHWERIN     or     SCHWEIRIN

SCHWERT

SCHWERTE

SCHWERZELL

SCHWETZ

SCHWETZIN

SCHWETZKOW

SCHWICHELDT

SCHWIGGERSTHAL

SCHWIHOWSKY     ---   (see   SVIHOVASKA)
 
SCHWIND

SCHYDERICH

SCHYPWITH     ---   (see also   SKIPWITH)

SCHYRES

SCHYRMESCHUR     ---   (see also   SCRYMGEOUR)

SCHYTIA

SCIENTIST     ---   (see   PHILOSOPHER)
 
SCILFLING

SCILLA

SCILLATA     or     SCILLATO     or     SCILLIATO

SCILLON

SCILLY

SCIORTINO

SCIPIA

SCIPIO

SCIPIONIA

SCIVEN

SCIVER

SCLAFANI

SCLEROS     or     SCLERUS     ---   (see   SKLEROS)

SCOBAHULL

SCOBEY

SCOBHILL

SCOBHULL

SCOFIELD

SCOGAN

SCOLICE

SCOLLAY

SCONE     ---   (see also   PICTS)

SCONENFELD     ---   (see   SCHONEVELD)
 
SCONENVELT

SCOOS

SCORAILLES

SCORDIA

SCORGI

SCOT     ---   (see also   SCOTT)

SCOTENAI

SCOTHORN

SCOTI

SCOTS, Kings of (chronological)

*     The first King of Scottish Dal Riata was Fergus Mor mac Earca, d. ca 510, but list makers usually begin with Kenneth MacAlpin, also known as 77th King of Picts, who unified Pictland and Scotland and is generally considered to be First King of Scots. Kenneth I was an agnatic descendant of Fergus Mor, and uterine descendant of the Pictish Heiresses.
*     The symbol ( * ) means the King is omitted from some regnal lists.
(1) [848-858] Kenneth (Cinaed) I
(2) [858-862] Donald (Domnall) I
(3) [862-877] Constantine (Causantin) I
(4) [877-878] Aodh
(5,co-King) [878-889] Eochaid
(5,co-King) [878-889] Gregory (Giric) I
(6) [889-900] Donald (Domnall) II
(7) [900-943] Constantine (Causantin) II
(8) [943-954] Malcolm (Maol Chaluim) I
(9) [954-962] Indulph (Ildulb)
(10) [962-967] Dubh
(11) [967-971] Colin (Cailean)
(*) [973-977] Olaf (Amhlaigh), son or grandson of King Indulph
(12) [971-995] Kenneth (Cinaed) II
(13) [995-997] Constantine (Causantin) II
(14) [997-1005] Kenneth (Cinaed) III
(15) [1005-1034] Malcolm (Maol Chaluim) II
(16) [1034-1040] Duncan (Donnchadh) I
(17) [1040-1057] Macbeth (MacBheatha)
(18) [1057-1058] Lulach (Lughlagh)
(19) [1058-1093] Malcolm (Maol Chaluim) III
(20) [1093-1097] Donald (Domnall) III
(21) [1094] Duncan (Donnchadh) II
(22) [1097-1107] Edgar (Eagar), son of King Malcolm III
(23) [1107-1124] Alexander (Alasdair) I
(24) [1124-1153] David I
(25) [1153-1165] Malcolm (Maol Chaluim) IV, son of Henry (Eanraig) de Huntingdon
(26) [1165-1214] William (Uilleam) I
(27) [1214-1249] Alexander (Alasdair) II
(28) [1249-1286] Alexander (Alasdair) III
*     Alexander III's only heir was a 3-year old granddaughter. This succession crisis was a partial cause for several Scottish and Irish nobles to sign the Turnberry Band.
(*29) [(1286-1290)] Margaret
*     Margaret, who never set foot in Scotland, d. at age 7 and the legitimate issue of William I became extinct. A trial was held, supervised by King Edward I of England, and 14 candidates for the throne presented themselves:

Of these claims, only those of Baliol and Brus were really serious. King Edward I used the crisis to increase his power in Scotland, sided with the Baliol faction, and eventually claimed the throne for himself. King John abdicated in 1296 and Edward I waged war with William Wallace for control of Scotland.

We do not show all the Regents during this troubled period. (Although English domination persisted until the 1314 Battle of Bannockburn, and their claim was not formally renounced until 1328, we do not show Edward's heirs in this list.)

(30) [1292-1296] John (Iain) Balliol
(*31) [1296-1307] Edward Longshanks King of England
(*,Guardian) [1296-1298] William (Uilleam) Wallace

(Sixteen other men were named Guardian of Scotland at some point during that era. Click here for a list.)

(32) [1306-1329] Robert (Roibert) I the Bruce
(33) [1329-1371] David II
*     The following King was crowned with English assistance.
(*34,rival) [1332-1336] Edward Baliol
*     After Edward, there were no further efforts by the Baliol family or its heirs to claim the crown, and it isn't clear who their rightful heir would be. One theory makes The present Lord Hastings the rightful genealogical heir to the thrones of Scotland and Alfred the Great, tracing descent through King John's (oldest?) sister Cecily, another three uterine generations, through Lords Morley, and then following the inheritance of the Hastings Lordship.
(35) [1371-1390] Robert (Roibert) II
(36) [1390-1406] Robert (Roibert) III (born John)
*     With Robert III infirm, and then the young James I in English prison, Robert III's brother Robert of Albany was de facto Ruler.
(*Regent) [1390-1420] Robert Stewart of Albany
(37) [1406-1437] James (Seumas) I
(*Regent) [1420-1424] Murdoch Stewart of Albany
(38) [1437-1460] James (Seumas) II
(39) [1460-1488] James (Seumas) III
(40) [1488-1513] James (Seumas) IV
(41) [1513-1542] James (Seumas) V
(Regent) [1542-1554] James Hamilton
(Regent) [1554-1560] Mary of Guise
(42) [1542-1567] Mary (Mairi) I
*     Mary spent most of her reign in English prison, so some of her relatives served as Regents.
(43) [1567-1625] James (Seumas) VI (James I of England from 1603)
(44) [1625-1649] Charles (Turlough) I
(*) [1649-1660] Era of Cromwell
(45) [1660-1685] Charles (Turlough) II
(46) [1685-1688] James (Seumas) VII, II of England
*     In 1688 the Stuart dynasty was overthrown in the ``Glorious Revolution.'' Refer to my List of Kings of England for subsequent Kings in Britain. The list here continues with the ``legitimate heirs'' of the Scottish crown as recognized by Jacobites.
(46) [1685-1701] James (Seumas) VII, II of England
(47) [1701-1766] James (Seumas) VIII, III of England
(48) [1766-1788] Charles (Turlough) III
(49) [1788-1807] Henry (Eanraig) I, IX of England
(50) [1807-1819] Charles (Turlough) IV, IV of Sardinia
(51) [1819-1824] Victor I, I of Sardinia
(52) [1824-1840] Mary (Mairi) II, III of England
(53) [1840-1875] Francis I, V of Modena
(54) [1875-1919] Mary (Mairi) III, IV of England
(55) [1919-1955] Robert (Roibert) IV, I of England
(56) [1955-1996] Albert I
(57) [1996-present] Francis II, son of Albert I

SCOTLAND     ---   (see   SCOTS)
 
SCOTS     or     ECOSSE     or     ESCOCIA     or     SCOTLAND

SCOTT     or     SCOT     or     SCOTTE     or     SKOTT

SCOTTI

SCOTTISH DAL RIATA     ---   (see also   DALRIADA)

SCOTTO

SCOTTON

SCOTTOW

SCOTTS

SCOUDEN

SCOVILE     or     SCOVILL

SCOVILLE

SCOVIT

SCOWLES

SCOYTHLEY

SCRANTON

SCRASE

SCREEN

SCRIBE

SCRIBNER

SCRIDGEMORE     ---   (see   SCRYMGEOUR)
 
SCRIMGEOUR     ---   (see   SCRYMGEOUR)
 
SCRIMSHER     or     SCRIMSHIRE     ---   (see   SCHRIMSHER)
 
SCRIPTER

SCRIVELSBY

SCRIVEN

SCRIVENER

SCROBESBURY

SCROGGS

SCROGINS

SCROOPE     ---   (see also   SCROPE)

SCROPE     or     SCROOPE

SCRUGGS

SCRYMGEOUR     or     SCHYRMESCHUR     or     SCRIDGEMORE     or     SCRIMGEOUR

SCTHIA     ---   (see   SCYTHIA)

SCUDAMORE     or     ESCUDAMOR     or     SCUDAMER     or     SKYDEMORE

SCUDARGUE

SCUDDER

SCUDEMER

SCULCOTES

SCULL

SCULLARD

SCULLIARD

SCURES

SCURFIELD

SCURLAGE

SCURLEMER

SCURLOCK

SCYLDING     or     SCYLDINGS     ---   (see   SKJOLDING)
 
SCYLFING

SCYROS     or     SCYRUS     or     SKYROS

SCYTHI

SCYTHIA     or     SCTHIA     or     SCYTHIANS

SCYTHIAN


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