Diana Spencer

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Diana Frances Spencer, Princess of Wales, born 1961, died 1997

This page is writen and copyright 2007 by Will Johnson, Professional Genealogist. If you'd like to comment on it, you can email me at wjhonson@aol.com.

dianacancer.jpg Diana Spencer, by her marriage, as his first wife, to Charles, Prince of Wales, became the daughter-in-law of Elizabeth II, Queen of England. Diana is a descendent of Richard Cecil in 15 steps, and also descends from the English throne herself.

Diana's shortest royal ascent is 10 steps, in three different ways, from the English throne. Firstly from James II, King of England by his mistress Arabella Churchill. Secondly from Charles II, King of England by his mistress Louise de Penancoet through their granddaughter Anne Lennox Countess of Albemarle, and thirdly by that same route but through Charles' and Louise's grandson Charles Lennox, Duke of Richmond.

In addition to her descent from the English throne, Diana has also a descent from the Scottish throne, in 15 steps to James V, King of Scotland from 1513 to 1542 by his mistress Margaret Erskine. When Diana's son William climbs the throne as King William, he will be the first sovereign to restore the Stuart line to the throne, in three hundred years.

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Matrilineal Ascent

Diana's ancestry, in parts, goes back as far as anyone can, but surprisingly her matrilineal ascent is rather short and ends with an Indian.

  1. Diana Frances Spencer (1961-97), Princess of Wales, daughter of
  2. Hon. Frances Ruth Burke Roche (1936-2004), daughter of
  3. Dame Ruth Sylvia Gill (1908-93), daughter of
  4. Ruth Littlejohn (1879-1964), daughter of
  5. Jane Crombie (1843-1917), daughter of
  6. Katherine Scott Forbes (1812-93), daughter of
  7. Eliza Kewark, "a dark-skinned native of Bombay who had lived, without benefit of matrimony, with... Theodore Forbes while he worked for the East India Company."(Citation)

Ahentafel "Ancestor Table"

  1. Diana Frances Spencer, Princess of Wales
  2. Edward John Spencer, 8th Earl Spencer
  3. Hon. Frances Ruth Burke Roche
  4. Albert Edward Spencer, 7th Earl Spencer
  5. Lady Cynthia Hamilton
  6. Edmund Maurice Burke Roche, 4th Lord Fermoy
  7. Dame Ruth Sylvia Gill
  8. Charles Robert Spencer, 6th Earl Spencer
  9. Hon Margaret Baring
  10. James Albert Edward Hamilton, 3rd Duke of Abercorn
  11. Lady Rosalind Bingham
  12. James Boothby Burke Roche, 3rd Lord Fermoy
  13. Frances Eleanor Work
  14. Col William Smith Gill
  15. Ruth Littlejohn
  16. Frederick Spencer, 4th Earl Spencer
  17. Adelaide Horatia Elizabeth Seymour
  18. Edward Charles Baring, 1st Baron Revelstoke
  19. Louisa Emily Charlotte Bulteel
  20. James Hamilton, 2nd Duke of Abercorn
  21. Lady Mary Anna Curzon-Howe
  22. George Bingham, 4th Earl of Lucan
  23. Lady Cecilia Katherine Gordon-Lennox
  24. Edmund Burke Roche, 1st Baron Fermoy
  25. Elizabeth Caroline Boothby
  26. Franklin H "Frank" Work
  27. Ellen Wood
  28. Alexander Ogston Gill of Fairfield, Aberdeen
  29. Barbara Smith Marr
  30. Major David Littlejohn
  31. Jane Crombie
  32. George John Spencer, Earl Spencer
  33. Lady Lavinia Bingham
  34. Sir Horace Beauchamp Seymour
  35. Elizabeth Malet Palk
  36. Henry Baring
  37. Cecilia Anne Windham
  38. John Crocker Bulteel
  39. Elizabeth Grey
  40. James Hamilton, 1st Duke of Abercorn
  41. Louisa Jane Russell, James Hamilton and Louisa Russell are also ancestors of Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York
  42. Richard William Penn Curzon-Howe, 1st Earl Howe
  43. Anne Frances Gore
  44. George Charles Bingham, 3rd Earl of Lucan
  45. Anne Brudenell
  46. Charles Lennox, 5th Duke of Richmond
  47. Caroline Paget
  48. Edward Roche
  49. Margaret Honoria Curtain
  50. James Brownell Boothby
  51. Charlotte Cunningham
  52. John Work
  53. Sarah Boude
  54. John Wood
  55. Eleanor "Ellen" Strong
  56. David Gill
  57. Sarah Ogston
  58. William Smith Marr
  59. Helen Bean
  60. William Littlejohn
  61. Janet Bentley
  62. James Crombie
  63. Katherine Scott Forbes

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