James I "the Conqueror", King of Aragon, b. 2 February 1208 in Montpellier, Languedoc-Rousillon, France, d. 27 July 1276 in Valencia, Spain

Father: Peter II "the Catholic", King of Aragon, b. July 1178 in Huesca, Spain, d. 12 September 1213 in Muret, Haute-Garonne, France
Mother: Marie of Montpellier, b. 1182, m. Raymond Geoffrey (Barral) II, Viscount of Marseille, 1192, m. Bernard IV, Count of Comminges, December 1197, annulled 1201, d. 21 April 1213 in Rome, Italy
Spouse: Eleanor of Castile, b. 1200, d. 1244 in Las Huelgas, Burgos, Castile and Leon, Spain
Father: Alfonso VIII "the Noble", King of Castile, b. 11 November 1155 in Soria, Castile, Spain, d. 5 October 1214 in Gutierre Munoz, Avila, Castile, Spain, He became King of Castile, 1158 in Castile, Spain
Mother: Eleanor, Princess of England, b. 13 October 1162 in Domfront, Normandy, France, d. 25 October 1214 in Las Huelgas, Burgos, Castile and Leon, Spain
Married 6 February 1221 in Ágreda, Castile and Leon, Spain

Children:

  1. Alfonso of Aragon, b. 1229, m. Constance of Béarn, d. 1260

Spouse: Yolanda (Violant) of Hungary, b. 1215, d. 1251

Father: Andrew II, King of Hungary, b. ca. 1177, d. 21 September 1235, bur. in Igriş Abbey, Sânpetru Mare, Timiş County, Romania
Mother: Yolanda of Courtenay, b. ca. 1200, d. 1233
Married 1235

Children:

  1. Yolanda (Violant) of Aragon, b. 8 June 1236 in Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain, m. Alfonso X "the Wise", King of Castile, January 1249 in Burgos, Castile and Leon, Spain, d. 1301 in Roncesvalles, Navarre, Spain
  2. Constance of Aragon, b. 1239, m. Manuel of Castile, 1260 in Soria, Castile and Leon, Spain, d. 1269
  3. Peter III "the Great", King of Aragon, b. 1239 in Valencia, Spain, m. Constance of Sicily, d. 11 November 1285 in Vilafranca del Penedés, Catalonia, Spain
  4. James II, King of Majorca, b. 31 May 1243, m. Esclaramunda of Foix, 1275, d. 29 May 1311
  5. Ferdinand of Aragon, b. 1245, d. 1250
  6. Sancha of Aragon, b. 1246, d. bef. 1275 in the Holy Land
  7. Isabella of Aragon, b. 1248, m. Philip III "the Bold", King of France, 28 May 1262, d. 28 January 1271, cause of death was injuries resulting from a fall from a horse and stillborn birth
  8. Maria of Aragon, b. 1248, d. 1267
  9. Sancho, Archbishop of Toledo, b. 1250, d. 1279
  10. Eleanor of Aragon, b. 1251, died young

Spouse: Teresa Gil de Vidaure, m. Sancho Pérez de Lodosa, d. 15 July 1285

Father: Juan de Vidaure
James and Teresa were engaged in an affair prior to his marriage to Yolanda, and continued it during the marriage even though she was married as well. She was widowed by the time Yolanda died, and she and James married by contract not consecrated by the church. Some of James' land grants to her are the kind used for a concubine, though they were married, but she never became queen. She was known for her beauty, but James left her when she later developed leprosy. He attempted to get an annulment, but the Pope would not grant one.
Married ca. 1255

Children:

  1. James, Lord of Xérica, b. ca. 1255, d. 1285
  2. Peter, Lord of Ayerbe, b. 1259, d. 1318

Children with Blanca d’Antillón:

  1. Fernando Sánchez, Baron of Castro, b. 1240, d. 1275

Children with Berenguela Fernández:

  1. Pedro Fernández, Baron of Híjar

Children with Elvira Sarroca:

  1. Jaume Sarroca, Bishop of Huesca, b. 1248, d. 1290

Peter II "the Catholic", King of Aragon, b. July 1178 in Huesca, Spain, d. 12 September 1213 in Muret, Haute-Garonne, France

Father: Alfonso II "the Chaste", King of Aragon, b. 1/25 March 1157 in Huesca, Aragon, Spain, d. 25 April 1196 in Perpignan, Pyrenees-Orientales, France
Mother: Sancha of Castile, b. 21 September 1154 in Toledo, Castile, Spain, d. 9 November 1208 in Jaen, Spain
Spouse: Marie of Montpellier, b. 1182, m. Raymond Geoffrey (Barral) II, Viscount of Marseille, 1192, m. Bernard IV, Count of Comminges, December 1197, annulled 1201, d. 21 April 1213 in Rome, Italy
Father: William VIII, Lord of Montpellier, d. 1202
Mother: Eudokia Komnene, b. ca. 1160, d. ca. 1203
Marie’s first husband died a year after their marriage, and her second one was notoriously polygamous. She had renounced her claim to Montpellier in favor of her brother William (IX) when she married Bernard. After that marriage was annulled, she renewed her claim to Montpellier, but her father did not recognize her claim. After her marriage to Peter and following a revolt against William IX, she was recognized as Lady of Montpellier.
Married 15 June 1204

Children:

  1. Sancha of Aragon, b. 1205, d. 1206
  2. James I "the Conqueror", King of Aragon, b. 2 February 1208 in Montpellier, Languedoc-Rousillon, France, m. Eleanor of Castile, 6 February 1221 in Ágreda, Castile and Leon, Spain, m. Yolanda (Violant) of Hungary, 1235, m. Teresa Gil de Vidaure, ca. 1255, d. 27 July 1276 in Valencia, Spain

Eleanor of Provence, b. 1220 in Provence, France, d. 24 June 1291 in Amesbury, Wiltshire, England

Father: Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Provence, b. 1198, d. 19 August 1245 in Aix-en-Provence, France
Mother: Beatrice of Savoy, b. 1205 in Chambery, Savoy, france, d. 4 January 1267 in Provence, France

Spouse: Henry III, King of England, b. 1 October 1207 in Winchester, Hampshire, England, d. 16 November 1272 in Westminster, Middlesex, England, He became King of England, 28 October 1216 in London, Middlesex, England

Father: John Lackland, King of England, b. 24 December 1166 in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, d. 19 October 1216 in Newark Castle, England, Became King of England, 27 May 1199 in Westminster Abbey, London, Middlesex, England, cause of death was poison
Mother: Isabella of Angoulême, b. 1188 in Angouleme, Charente, France, d. 31 May 1246 in Fontevrault, Maine-et-Loire, France
Henry's father, King John, had Henry crowned king before his own death to ensure the line of succession. John had faught with King Louis VII of France for the crown, and his great grandmother, Matilda the Empress, had faught with her cousin Stephen to claim the throne for her son, Henry II. Since Henry was only nine years old when he was crowned king, William I Marshal was elected regent at the age of seventy.
Married 14 January 1236 in Canterbury, Kent, England.

Children:

  1. Edward I "Longshanks", King of England, b. 17 June 1239 in Westminster, Middlesex, England, m. Eleanor of Castile, 18 October 1254 in Burgos, Spain, m. Margaret of France, 8 September 1299 in Canterbury, Kent, England, d. 7 July 1307 in Burgh on Sands, Carlisle, England, He became King of England, 20 November 1272 in Palestine, He was crowned King of England, 19 August 1274 in Westminster Abbey, London, Middlesex, England
  2. Margaret of England, b. 1243
  3. Edmund "Crouchback", Earl of Lancaster, b. 16 January 1244 in England, d. 5 June 1296 in England
  4. Beatrice of England, b. ca. 1246

Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Provence, b. 1198, d. 19 August 1245 in Aix-en-Provence, France

Father: Alfonso II, Prince of Aragon, b. 1174 in Barcelona, Spain, d. 1 December 1209 in Palermo, Sicily, Italy
Mother: Gersinda II of Sabran

Spouse: Beatrice of Savoy, b. 1205 in Chambery, Savoy, france, d. 4 January 1267 in Provence, France

Father: Thomas I of Savoy, b. 20 March 1177 in Carbonierres, Savoy, France, d. 1233 in Aoste, Isere, France
Mother: Margaret of Geneva, b. ca. 1180 in Geneva, Switzerland, d. 8 April 1257 in Pierre Chatel, Isere, France
Married 1219/20 in Chambery, Savoy, france.

Children:

  1. stillborn son, b. 1220, d. 1220
  2. Margaret of Provence, b. 1221 in Forcalquier, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, France, m. Louis IX "Saint Louis", King of France, 27 May 1234, d. 20 December 1295 in Paris, France
  3. Eleanor of Provence, b. 1220 in Provence, France, m. Henry III, King of England, 14 January 1236 in Canterbury, Kent, England, d. 24 June 1291 in Amesbury, Wiltshire, England
  4. stillborn son, b. 1225, d. 1225
  5. Sanchia of Provence, b. 1228, m. Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall, 23 November 1242 in Westminster, London, England, d. 9 November 1261 in Berkhamsted Castle, Hertfordshire, England
  6. Beatrice of Provence, b. ca. 1231, m. Charles, Count of Anjou and Maine (Charles I of Sicily), 31 January 1246, d. 23 September 1267 in Nocera Inferiore, Campania, Italy

Alfonso II, Prince of Aragon, b. 1174 in Barcelona, Spain, d. 1 December 1209 in Palermo, Sicily, Italy

Father: Alfonso II "the Chaste", King of Aragon, b. 1/25 March 1157 in Huesca, Aragon, Spain, d. 25 April 1196 in Perpignan, Pyrenees-Orientales, France
Mother: Sancha of Castile, b. 21 September 1154 in Toledo, Castile, Spain, d. 9 November 1208 in Jaen, Spain

Spouse: Gersinda II of Sabran

Father: Rainou, Count of Forcalquier
Mother: Gersend of Forcalquier
Married July 1193.

Children:

  1. Ramon Berenguer IV, Count of Provence, b. 1198, m. Beatrice of Savoy, 1219/20 in Chambery, Savoy, france, d. 19 August 1245 in Aix-en-Provence, France

Alfonso II "the Chaste", King of Aragon, b. 1/25 March 1157 in Huesca, Aragon, Spain, d. 25 April 1196 in Perpignan, Pyrenees-Orientales, France

Father: Raymond Berenger IV, b. 1113 in Barcelona, Spain, d. 6 August 1162 in Borgo san Dalmazzo, Cuneo, Italy
Mother: Petronilla of Aragon, b. 1134 in Huesca, Spain, d. 13 October 1173 in Barcelona, Spain
Alfonso was known as "The Chaste" and "The Troubadour".

Spouse: Sancha of Castile, b. 21 September 1154 in Toledo, Castile, Spain, d. 9 November 1208 in Jaen, Spain

Father: Alfonso VII, King of Castile, b. 1 March 1105 in Toledo, Castile, Spain, d. 21 August 1157 in La Fresneda, Teruel, Aragon, Spain, He became King of Castile, 1126 in Castile, Spain
Mother: Richilde of Poland, b. ca. 1131 in Wroclaw, Poland, d. 16 June 1185 in Castile, Spain
Married 18 January 1174 in Zaragoza, Spain.

Children:

  1. Constance of Aragon, b. ca. 1179, m. Emeric, King of Hungary, 1198, m. Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor, 15 August 1209 in Messina, Sicily, Italy, d. 23 June 1222 in Catania, Sicily, Italy, cause of death was malaria, bur. at the Cathedral of Palermo, Italy
  2. Eleanor of Provence, m. Raymond VI of Toulouse
  3. Peter II "the Catholic", King of Aragon, b. July 1178 in Huesca, Spain, m. Marie of Montpellier, d. 12 September 1213 in Muret, Haute-Garonne, France
  4. Douce (Dolça), a nun
  5. Alfonso II, Prince of Aragon, b. 1174 in Barcelona, Spain, m. Gersinda II of Sabran, July 1193, d. 1 December 1209 in Palermo, Sicily, Italy
  6. Ferdinand, Abbot of Montearagon, d. aft. 1227
  7. Ramon Berenguer, d. 1190s
  8. Sancha of Aragon, m. Raymond VII of Toulouse, March 1211, divorced 1241

Ramiro II Sanchez "the Monk", King of Aragon, b. 24 April 1086 in Aragon, Spain, d. 16 August 1157 in Aragon, Spain, He became King of Aragon, 1134 in Aragon, Spain

Father: Sancho V Ramirez, King of Aragon, b. ca. 1042 in Aragon, Spain, d. 4 June 1094 in Huesca, Spain, He became King of Aragon, 1063 in Aragon, Spain, He faught the Moorish kings of Saragossa and Huesca, 1080/9 in Spain, he was killed in the Seige of Huesca,
Mother: Felicitas, Queen of Aragon, b. 1069 in Montdidier, Somme, France, d. 3 May 1123 in Barcelona, Spain
Ramiro was famous for the legend of the Bell of Huesca, in which he is said to have beheaded twelve nobles who disobeyed him.

Spouse: Agnes of Aquitaine, b. ca. 1090 in Aquitaine, France, m. Aimery V of Thouars, 1117

Father: William IX The Troubador, Duke of Aquitaine, b. 1060 in Poitou, France, d. 9 April 1137 in Lusignan, Vienne, France
Mother: Philippa of Toulouse, d. 28 November 1118 at Fontevrault, Aquitaine, France
Married 1134.

Children:

  1. Petronilla of Aragon, b. 1134 in Huesca, Spain, m. Raymond Berenger IV, Marquis of Barcelona, 1137 in Huesca, Spain, d. 13 October 1173 in Barcelona, Spain

Sancho V Ramirez, King of Aragon, b. ca. 1042 in Aragon, Spain, d. 4 June 1094 in Huesca, Spain, He became King of Aragon, 1063 in Aragon, Spain, He faught the Moorish kings of Saragossa and Huesca, 1080/9 in Spain, cause of death was the Seige of Huesca,

Father: Ramiro I, King of Aragon, b. bef. 1007 in Aragon, Spain, d. 8 May 1063 in Aragon, Spain, cause of death was the Battle of Graus, He became King of Aragon, 1035 in Aragon, Spain
Mother: Gerberge, Countess of Bigorre, b. 1015 in Carcassonne, Aude, France, d. 1 December 1049

Spouse: Isabella of Urgell, d. 1071

Father: Armengol III, Count of Urgell
Married ca. 1065, divorced 1071

Children:

  1. Peter I of Aragon, b. 1068/9, m. Agnes of Aquitaine, January 1086, m. Bertha of Lombardy, 16 August 1097, d. 27/29 September 1104

Spouse: Felicitas, Queen of Aragon, b. 1069 in Montdidier, Somme, France, d. 3 May 1123 in Barcelona, Spain

Father: Hildouin IV, Count of Montdidier, b. ca. 1021 in Montdidier, Somme, France
Mother: Alice (Adela) de Roucy, b. ca. 1005/14 in Roucy, Aisne, France, d. 1063
Felicitas is often called Felicia of Roucy. Some sources call Felicia's father Hilduin III of Roucy.
Married 1076.

Children:

  1. Ferdinand of Barcelona, d. bet. 1086/76
  2. Alfonso I "The Battler" Sanchez, b. 1073/4, m. Urraca of Leon and Castile, 30 June 1109, div. bef. 1114, d. 11 September 1134 in Poleñino, Spain
  3. Ramiro II Sanchez "the Monk", King of Aragon, b. 24 April 1086 in Aragon, Spain, m. Agnes of Aquitaine, 1134, d. 16 August 1157 in Aragon, Spain, He became King of Aragon, 1134 in Aragon, Spain

Ramiro I, King of Aragon, b. bef. 1007 in Aragon, Spain, m. Agnes of Aquitaine, d. 8 May 1063 in Aragon, Spain, cause of death was the Battle of Graus, He became King of Aragon, 1035 in Aragon, Spain

Father: Sancho III "the Great", b. 970 in Navarre, Spain, d. 18 October 1035 in Navarre, Spain, He became king of Aragon, 1000 in Aragon, Spain, He became king of Navarre, 1025 in Navarre, Spain, He proclaimed himself King of Spain, 1027 in Spain, He became king of Castile and Leon, 1027 in Castile, Spain
Mother: Sancha de Aybar, b. ca. 970 in Castile, Spain

Spouse: Gerberge, Countess of Bigorre, b. 1015 in Carcassonne, Aude, France, d. 1 December 1049, bur. Monastery of San Juan de la P&etilde;a

Father: Bernard I Roger, Count of Couserans, b. ca. 962, d. ca. 1034
Mother: Garsenda, Heiress of Bigorre
After her marriage to Ramiro, Gerberge changed her name to Ermesinda.
Married 22 August 1036.
Most sources do not show a marriage between Ramiro's daughter Sancha and Pons, Count of Toulouse.

Children:

  1. Sancho V Ramirez, King of Aragon, b. ca. 1042 in Aragon, Spain, m. Isabella of Urgell, 1065, div. 1071, m. Felicitas, Queen of Aragon, 1076, d. 4 June 1094 in Huesca, Spain, He became King of Aragon, 1063 in Aragon, Spain, He faught the Moorish kings of Saragossa and Huesca, 1080/9 in Spain, cause of death was the Seige of Huesca.
  2. García, Bishop of Jaca, d. 17 July 1086
  3. Teresa of Aragon, b. 1037, m. William Bertrand of Provence
  4. Sancha of Aragon, m. Pons, Count of Toulouse, m. Ermengol III of Urgell
  5. Urraca, a nun

Bernard I Roger, Count of Couserans, b. ca. 962, d. ca. 1034

Father: Roger I of Carcassonne, d. 1012
Mother: Adelaide of Rouergue
Spouse: Garsenda, Heiress of Bigorre
Married

Children:

  1. Bernard, Count of Bigorre
  2. Roger I, Count of Foix
  3. Peter, Lond of Couserans
  4. Gerberge, Countess of Bigorre, b. 1015 in Carcassonne, Aude, France, m. Ramiro I, King of Aragon, d. 1 December 1049, bur. Monastery of San Juan de la P&etilde;a