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Royals who are related to the Romanov ancstors
« on: February 17, 2017, 07:57:18 PM »
As we all have read a number of individuals who claim royal linage when they are not but only wishful thinking on their part.

Many a want to be. have heard rumors from their parents or grand parents that one of their family members was married into such linage most are just dreaming or fooling themselves.  But there are a number of decedents of royal bloodline who are not royals today but their ancestors were at one time.

These people who were or are of part of a royal bloodline by ancestry do exist such as a German born Princess who came to Canada to study and met a nice person and settled down in Canada and had children . This German born Princess is still a princess by bloodline but she lives like any other Canadian and enjoys the privacy of her life and family.

Another is a born royal but lives in Eastern Canada these are of real royal bloodline. Whatever the case may be one cannot change their destiny as where one should go so goes the royal bloodline and for those who wish to be are nice people but dreamers and will not or cannot give up their beliefs.

This writer is not of royal linage bloodline but born a commoner who has inherited the kinship DNA of royals but that is another story for the known critic's to try and tear apart.



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Re: Royals who are related to the Romanov ancstors
« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2017, 02:15:02 PM »
These people who were or are of part of a royal bloodline by ancestry do exist such as

... most modern Europeans, who all are descendants of Charlemagne (and of nearly everyone else who lived and produced enduring bloodlines in the 9th century)! See https://www.theguardian.com/science/commentisfree/2015/may/24/business-genetic-ancestry-charlemagne-adam-rutherford

You don't have to be German princesses debased to live in Bas-Canada to claim that.

Stop posting this nonsense about commonplace bloodlines and rather dig yourself down in the more interesting question of where the Romanov bloodline came from, before 1347. A good place to start: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_Romanov#House_of_Romanov Baltic Prussia (as the ancestral legend says) or Novgorod (according to the historian Veselovskiy)?
« Last Edit: February 18, 2017, 02:45:34 PM by Превед »
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Re: Royals who are related to the Romanov ancstors
« Reply #2 on: February 18, 2017, 02:21:27 PM »
BTW here is a rather interesting web of interconnecting links between royal and non-royal Romanovs and some of Putin's ancestors:

According to recent studies into Putin's genealogy, one of Putin's earliest ancestors, the peasant Yakim Nikitin lived in a village called Bordino (in Tverskaya Gouvernement / Oblast, Kalininskiy Rayon) before 1677, as a serf of the boyar Nikita Ivanovich Romanov, first cousin of Tsar Mikhail Fyodorovich Romanov. When Nikita Ivanovich Romanov died childless in 1654, his estates (and serfs) reverted to the Crown (Tsar Alexey Mikhailovich). Tsar Fyodor Alexeyevich III gave them to his mother-in-law Domna Apraxina. They were then in turn inherited by successive Counts Apraxin untill her great-granddaughter Countess Yelena Alexandrovna Apraxina married Peter the Great's cousin Alexander Lvovich Naryshkin. In 1760 their daughter Agrefena Alexandrovna Naryshkina married Nikolay Ivanovich Neplyouyev (Неплюев) and the estates stayed with the Neplyouyevs untill the Revolution.

They were distant cousins, or rather collateral descendants of the ancestor of the Romanovs, being descended from 14th-century boyar Andrey Ivanovich Kobyla (= Mare), also the first known ancestor of the Romanovs. Their surname means "no spitting" and is derived from a nickname of a great-great grandson of Andrey Kobyla.
« Last Edit: February 18, 2017, 02:38:18 PM by Превед »
Березы севера мне милы,
Их грустный, опущённый вид,
Как речь безмолвная могилы,
Горячку сердца холодит.

(Афанасий Фет: Ивы и березы, 1843 / 1856)

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Re: Royals who are related to the Romanov ancstors
« Reply #3 on: February 18, 2017, 05:40:50 PM »
These people who were or are of part of a royal bloodline by ancestry do exist such as

... most modern Europeans, who all are descendants of Charlemagne (and of nearly everyone else who lived and produced enduring bloodlines in the 9th century)! See https://www.theguardian.com/science/commentisfree/2015/may/24/business-genetic-ancestry-charlemagne-adam-rutherford

You don't have to be German princesses debased to live in Bas-Canada to claim that.

Stop posting this nonsense about commonplace bloodlines and rather dig yourself down in the more interesting question of where the Romanov bloodline came from, before 1347. A good place to start: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_Romanov#House_of_Romanov Baltic Prussia (as the ancestral legend says) or Novgorod (according to the historian Veselovskiy)?


It is always a pleasure to hear from you been right or wrong.  Seen you have read my comments but say something negative that does not relate to my posting it appears from your reply one may be confused and that is not this writer. 

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Re: Royals who are related to the Romanov ancstors
« Reply #4 on: August 31, 2017, 07:26:03 AM »
These people who were or are of part of a royal bloodline by ancestry do exist such as

... most modern Europeans, who all are descendants of Charlemagne (and of nearly everyone else who lived and produced enduring bloodlines in the 9th century)! See https://www.theguardian.com/science/commentisfree/2015/may/24/business-genetic-ancestry-charlemagne-adam-rutherford

You don't have to be German princesses debased to live in Bas-Canada to claim that.

Stop posting this nonsense about commonplace bloodlines and rather dig yourself down in the more interesting question of where the Romanov bloodline came from, before 1347. A good place to start: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_Romanov#House_of_Romanov Baltic Prussia (as the ancestral legend says) or Novgorod (according to the historian Veselovskiy)?

Also , anyone with substantial British ancestry is  likely to have Edward III as an ancestor. It took me a while but I eventually found my own link to him . Nothing unusual or especially meaningful about it.