This family is descended from all of the Eastern and Western Royal families of Europe. And the Line of High Kings of Ireland and from Ramesses III of Egypt. The Line of succession has been set by Emperor Carl aka King James of The Holy Roman Empire, Kingdom of Europa, Empire of Seadonia, Kingdom of New Galicia and its Sovereign Kingdom's, Principalities, and Dukedoms. I have Claimed the Title through my Mother's Family Line and have been acknowledged as a Sovereign of the Habsburg German, Habsburg Austrian, Lubomirski - Wojtowicz - Radziwill, Polish Dynasties of Royalty, and The Russian Grand Princes of Keiv Line, and the Royal Romanov Line.
This line of Royalty is from my mother's side and claimed by myself. my father's side is also royal but to many generations out from last seated royal to lay claim.
And is as follows:
As set in Monarchies and nobility
In hereditary monarchies the order of succession determines who becomes the new monarch when the incumbent sovereign dies or otherwise vacates the throne. Such orders of succession, derived from rules established by law or tradition, usually specify an order of seniority, which is applied to indicate which relative of the previous monarch, or other person, has the strongest claim to assume the throne when the vacancy occurs.
Shall be set as follows: Agnatic-cognatic succession
Agnatic primogeniture diagram
Patrilineality § Agnatic succession
Agnatic-cognatic (or semi-Salic) succession, prevalent in much of Europe since ancient times, is the restriction of succession to those descended from or related to a past or current monarch exclusively through the male line of descent: descendants through females were ineligible to inherit unless no males of the patrilineage remained alive.
In this form of succession, the succession is reserved first to all the male dynastic descendants of all the eligible branches by order of primogeniture, then upon total extinction of these male descendants to a female member of the dynasty. The only current monarchy that operated under semi-Salic law until recently is Luxembourg, which changed to absolute primogeniture in 2011. Former monarchies that operated under semi-Salic law included Austria (later Austria-Hungary), Bavaria, Hanover, Württemberg, Russia, Saxony, Tuscany, and the Kingdom of the Two Sicilia's.
This is How This House will continue the Royal Line of Succession!
I in starting this site up with one thing in mind! That the WHOLE of the Family
can and will be involved in as much as they want to have with this site and to give them the
chance to enter information about their direct lines themselves... With the opportunity to see the
rest of our tree at the same time. I will be trying to lay out a complete as possible Family Tree
with a complete trace of our Royal Linage in Direct line! AS always my heart goes out to all with
losses in the family and also wish them peace and Gods richest blessings! Carl R Bradley
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Royal Titles in The Holy Roman Empire, Kingdom of Europa, Empire of Seadonia, Kingdom of New Galicia and it's Sovereign Kingdom's, Principalities, and Dukedoms:
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Titles and territories
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Archduke/Archduchess Erzherzog(in) Archduchy Erzherzogtum
Grand Duke/Grand Duchess Großherzog(in) Grand Duchy Großherzogtum
Grand Prince(ss) Großfürst(in) Grand Principality Großfürstentum
Duke/Duchess Herzog(in) Duchy Herzogtum
Count(ess) Palatine Pfalzgraf/Pfalzgräfin County Palatine, Palatinate Pfalzgrafschaft
Margrave/Margravine Markgraf/Markgräfin Margraviate, March Markgrafschaft
Landgrave/Landgravine Landgraf/Landgräfin Landgraviate Landgrafschaft
Prince(ss) of the Empire Reichsfürst(in)1 Principality Fürstentum
Count(ess) of the Empire Reichsgraf1/Reichsgräfin County Grafschaft
Burgrave/Burgravine Burggraf/Burggräfin Burgraviate Burggrafschaft
Baron(ess) of the Empire Reichsfreiherr1/Reichsfreifrau/Reichsfreiin2 (Allodial) Barony Freiherrschaft
Lord Herr Lordship Herrschaft
Titles for junior members of sovereign families and for non-sovereign families
Title (English) Title (German)
Electoral Prince Kurprinz(essin)
Grand Duke/Grand Duchess Großherzog(in)
Grand Prince(ss) Großfürst(in)
Prince/Princess (royal) Prinz(essin)
Prince/Princess (noble) Fürst(in)
Count(ess) Palatine Pfalzgraf/Pfalzgräfin
Imperial Count(ess) Reichsgraf/Reichsgräfin
Imperial Baron(ess) Reichsfreiherr/Reichsfreifrau/Reichsfreiin
Lord / Noble Lord Herr /Edler Herr
Young Lord (grouped with untitled nobles) Junker
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Intro of the roots as it started in America for our family that came from Ireland.
Note: I find that many names were spelled incorrectly out of lack of education on the part of the
people writing them!
***Major, Mael Charles Edmund Bradley (The Exiled) B: 26 Mar 1750 Ballinascreen, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
D: 9 Apr 1826 Loretto, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA*** Moved here from, Ireland in 1822 and came here with his wife some children already born to them and 3 brothers! They Arrived in Philadelphia, PA and moved to Lilly,
PA and 2 of the Brothers Traveled to and established Bradley Junction, PA. Major, Mael Charles Edmund Bradley
Purchased approx. 550 Acres of ground and set up home he then also gave some of the land to the Catholic Church for a cemetery and for the Church Property to Errect the Church of St. Bridget's; In Lilly, PA. USA.
The sons of Niall of the Nine Hostages included Eoghan and Conall Gulban, the progenitors of the
Cenél Eóghain and Cenél Conaill dynasties of northwest Ulster. Referred to in Irish history as
chief dynasties of the northern Uí Neill, the Cenél Eóghain and Cenél Conaill shared a common
heritage as early sovereigns (cerimonial High Kings) of Ireland along with their cousins in the
middle kingdoms of Midhe and Brega, i.e., the southern Uí Neill.
There are many notable northern Uí Neill clans which included the various families of O'Neill,
O'Donnell, MacLoughlin, O'Donnelly, O'Doherty, O'Cannon, O'Muldory, O'Kane, O'Gallaghers,
O'Gormley, O’Flaherty or O’Laverty, O'Hamill, O'Lunney, O'Carolan of Clan Diarmada, among many
The sons of Niall of the Nine Hostages, Eoghan, Conall [Gulban], and Enda, travelled north from
the kingdom of Connacht into the western and northern regions of the kingdom of Ulster (county
Donegal). It was here in the 5th century that the Cenél Eóghain and Cenél Conaill began to
establish themselves as overlords in northwestern Ulster. The Cenél Eóghain established them
power base at Inishowen and their capital at Aileach. The Cenél Conaill centered themselves around
the rich area of Magh Ithe, in the valley of the river Finn. The two clans alternated as kings of
the North up to the 8th century. The Northern Ui Neill also alternated with their southern cousins
as so-called 'sovereigns of Ireland' into the 10th century.
In the 8th century a series of victories were gained by the Cenél Eóghain over the Cenél Conaill
in Magh Ithe (east Co. Donegal), splitting their power between the territories of Fanad, in the
north, and Tir nAeda, in the south. By the beginning of the 9th century the Cenél Eóghain were the
dominant Northern dynasty, as they spread their influence east into modern county Derry, pushing
aside the Cruithin east of the river Bann, gaining control over the Ciannachta of mid-Derry, and
steadily encroaching on the Airgiallan tribes of Ui Macc Uais. The dominance of the Cenél Eóghain
continued as they drove further south, subjugating other Airghiallan tribes, and by the 11th
century the Cenél Eóghain had moved their power base from Aileach to that near Tullahogue in
modern day county Tyrone (named from Tir Eóghain, or Tir Owen). By the 12th century much of the
area of Magh Ithe, and later that of Inishowen, was taken by the O'Donnells and O'Dohertys of
Cenél Conaill. By the mid 13th century, a leading family of the Cenél Eóghain, the Mac Lochlainn
(McLoughlin), began to lose prominence to their kinsmen, the Ó Neill.
There are many notable northern Uí Neill clans which included O'Neill, O'Donnell, MacLoughlin,
O'Donnelly, O'Doherty, O'Cannon, O'Muldory, O'Kane, O'Gallagher, O'Gormley, O’Flaherty or
O’Laverty, O'Hamill, O'Lunney, O'Carolan of Clan Diarmada, O'Quin, O'Hagan of Tullahogue, O'Devlin
of Munterdevlin, among many others. Click here for a Physical Map of the Ulster region.
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