House of Bruyn

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House of Bruyn
Savoy-Brum Arms.png
CountryGenerieke vlag van Vlaanderen.svg.png County of Flanders
(present-day  Belgium)
Countries in which the House of Bruyn have nobility or royalty status
Parent houseClan Drummond (Cognatic)
Titles
FounderGillis van der Bruyn (first known surname user)
Current headHE Armando, 5th Baron of Roches
Founding1449, Bruges, County of Flanders, Burgundian Netherlans
DepositionIn Roschfallen
29 December 2019
In Harram
8 August 2021
Cadet branchesal-Bruyn (Harram)
EthnicityFranks, Latins, Celtiberians

The House of Bruyn (Portuguese: Casa dos Bruyn; /brˈüɴ/) is a Portuguese-Brazilian noble family of Dutch origin and the reigning royal house of the Kingdom of Ebenthal, Kingdom of Brunswick and the Soviet Empire, as well as the former reigning house of the Kingdom of Roschfallen and the Sultanate of Harram. The House of Bruyn also enjoys a noble status in many countries such as Portugal, Karnia-Ruthenia, Sealand, Sildavia and Vishwamitra, and exercised political influence in Schneeblutig, Lateran State, Achsen, New Southern Rhine and Manso.

The house is believed to have its origins as least in 1449 between the County of Flanders, in modern-day Belgium, and the lordships of East Frisia, in modern-day Germany. The Portuguese-Brazilian branch of the family is a cognate descendant of Clan Drummond, a family of high Scottish nobility closely related to the House of Stuart. The Bruyn family settled in Portugal around 1520, where they became fidalgos and were ultimatelly ennobled in 1871 by King Luis I. Between the beginning of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, the family was permanently resettled to Brazil. From 2014 the House of Bruyn became a royal house by rising the thrones of sucessive secessionist micronations in South America, developing into one of the continent's most prominent [albeit micronational] royal houses, as well as within the Brazilian sector of micronational activity, producing two monarchs.

Etimology

Bruyn is a Dutch surname, itself a derivation of the Dutch word Bruin, translated to "brown". The family name is supposed due to their typical brown hair, but it could also be due to dirty brown clay hands, given the family's history as artisans. Members of the family are called van der Bruyn. As the family spreaded to different countries such as Portugal, England and Germany, surname variations begun to appear such as Braun (German), Brown (English) and Brum (Portuguese).

History

Impression of Gillis van der Bruyn's appearance.

Origins

The Bruyn family has its known origins disputed between the Duchy of Brabant, a state of the Holy Roman Empire at the Burgundian Netherlands, where the aristocrat Anton van der Bruyn,[1] the first bearer of the family's surname whose history in known in some depth, was born in 1460. Little is known of his own origins, but some sources appoint that his family came from the County of Flandres,[2] as the archives of the town of Schouteet mention a Gillis van der Bruyn, head of the Artisan Guild from Bruges in 1479 [when he was aged at least 30]. Sources also claim that originally the Bruyn family emerged in East Frisia,[3] eventually settling in Flanders. In the late 15th century, Anton van der Bruyn married to Margot Sabuya, an aristocrat member of the Italian House of Savoy. Their son, Wilhelm van der Bruyn (1493?-1553), moved to the Portuguese archipelago of Azores[1] at the first decade of the 16th century (or around 1480), becoming a sugar trader. There he met Violante Vaz de Ferreira Pimentel (born in 1495), daughter of the first Captain-Donator of the Azores and matrilineally either granddaughter or great-granddaughter of Sir John Drummond V (1400-1465),[1] member of the Clan Drummond of Scotland, son of Sir John Drummond of Stobhall, 12th Thane of Lennox (1356-1428), himself a brother of Annabella Drummond, Queen consort of the Scots (as wife of King Robert III of the Scots), nephew to Margaret Drummond, Queen consort of the Scots and uncle to King James I of the Scots.

Portugal and Brazil

In the Azores Wilhelm and Violante fathered four children: António, Cosme, Catarina and Caspar, among which António and Catarina continued an aristocratic lineage by marrying respectively to Lady Barbara van Aertrycke and Lord João van Aertrycke, children of the Dutch aristocrat Joss van Aard and grandchildren of Willem van der Haegen.[1] While António's offspring came to be among the first to colonize the Madeira Island, Catarina's offspring remained in the Azores and in the early 19th century some of her descendants started to immigrate to Brazil,[citation needed] where there were already other Brum descendants of Catarina's brothers since the 18th century.

In 1871, still in Portugal, Simão de Roches da Cunha Brum [van der Bruyn], a direct descendant of Catarina, was created Baron of Roches by King Luis I. In 1901, King Carlos I confirmed the inheritance of the title, in way that Simão's eponymous son succeeded him as 2nd Baron of Roches. Simão II had no children, but he had a large estate to be inherited, and in 1907 he adopted his nephew, the Brazilian-born Henrique Ignácio van der Bruyn, son of his late half-brother Bernardino Ignácio van der Bruyn, as his son. Thus, on his deathbed in 1934, Simão's titles and property passed to his nephew and legal son, Henrique, who became the 3rd Baron of Roches. Henrique was succeded on his title by his older son Mário, 4th Baron of Roches, in 1950, and Mário by his only son from a legal marriage in 1992, Armando, 5th Baron of Roches, current head of the Portuguese-Brazilian noble branch of the Bruyn family.[citation needed]

Micronational history

Roschfallen and Schneeblutig

In 2014, Arthur van der Bruyn, the only son of Armando, the 5th Baron of Roches, founded the Kingdom of Roschfallen, an independent secessionist micronation, assuming its throne as Arthur I. He ennobled all his immediate family (mother, sisters, nephews and nieces) as Princes and Princesses of Roschfallen, granting his father the special treatment of Serene Highness while his older sister and heir, Élida van der Bruyn, was granted the title of Princess of Iriland. Arthur chose not to give his father a Roschfallenian title in order to not jeopardize his claim to a noble title of a recognized country, Portugal.

In 2016, watching the dormant Schneeblutigan Empire, Arthur claimed that country's government with no resistance, but instead of proclaiming himself as Emperor, as most members of his government intended, he chose to establish himself as a regent, recognizing the formely reigning house's legitimacy, and claimed the title of Prince Imperial with the treatment of Imperial Highness awaiting for the rightful Schneeblutigan monarch to take the throne. By doing this, he also became the heir to the throne of Schneeblutig. Eventualy in 2019 he gave up the claim, and in 2020 he recognized King Pedro I's, Schneeblutig's former Emperor, return to that throne.

In 2017, despite of still occupying the throne of Roschfallen, King Arthur [van der Bruyn] joined the Liberal Party of the Kingdom of Manso and subsequently served as Minister of Foreign Affairs of that country and later as Senator, having been ennobled Marquis of the Water Valleys by Queen Marina I.

Arthur II and Ebenthal

King Arthur II's Sealandic nobility certificate.

Caught in a political crisis, Arthur abdicated the Roschfallenian throne in 29 December 2019 as soon as he was invited by Raphael Sousa, Regent of the Kingdom of Ebenthal, to assume that country's throne. Along with his title, Arthur relinquished all of his family's Roschfallenian royal titles and withdrew all of his immediate family's properties from that kingdom. Upon assuming the Ebenthali throne, his sister Élida was declared his heir once again under the new title of Princess of Belmonte with the treatment of Illustrious Highness, while this time all of his family members making use of the Bruyn surname were made Princes of Ebenthal. Though, in 2021 Princess Élida resigned her title of Princess of Belmonte and her place in the line of succession in favor of her son Heitor van der Bruyn.[4] A law was passed returning the princely title of Belmonte to the Belmontine Princely Family and severing the link between the title and the heir to the Ebenthali throne. Prince Heitor then became the heir to his uncle's throne with the new title of Prince of Altenburg.[4]

On his birthday in 2020, the now King Arthur II of Ebenthal was gifted the title of Count of Sealand, while in April that year he relinquished his title of Marquis of the Water Valleys, granted to him by Queen Marina I of the Manso, over a feud with that monarch and her government. In July that same year, Arthur became Emperor of the Sovietian Workers upon founding the Sovietian Empire, an unique micronational project he had in mind for ages, and in August he was made Prince of Engern-Tonna in Karnia-Ruthenia, with hereditary rights, thus making of the House of Bruyn a higher noble house in Karno-Ruthenian peerage.[5]

In 2021 Arthur II was made Duke of Daman in Vishwamitra as well as Duke of Zëgret in Sildavia, but the most relevant event for the house that year properly was its ascension to the throne of the Sultanate of Harram through a coup d'état which established Prince John of Ebenthal as Sultan Hassan III of Harram, thus becoming the second member of the House of Bruyn to seat in a throne. Nonetheless, Hassan's reign last little since he was deposed by the same people who installed him, including his cousin the King of Ebenthal.[6]

Influence on politics

In late 2020 Arthur II was appointed Regent of the Hanseatic and Confederate States of Achsen and was tasked with the political organization of the country, including the formation of a government that could replace him and bring about the coronation of a monarch. He kept the office from 10 December 2020 to 10 July 2021. In early 2021 Arthur II was also responsible, through the Conference of Santiago Derivative Program, for the creation of the Independent State of the New Southern Rhine, which he handed over to the Ebenthali Parliament leader, Jonathan Scherer. who became King of New Southern Rhine.

In the second half of 2021 Arthur II and his main ally Oscar I of Karnia-Ruthenia entered into a tripartite agreement with the King of Roschfallen (who succeeded Arthur on that throne) whereby Roschfallen would formally become part of Karnia-Ruthenia's sphere of influence, as the Lateran State, would separate from that country, becoming again a sovereign state and Ebenthal's puppet. Nonetheless, in July 2022 the Roschfallenian government offered the throne to Arthur's nephew, Prince Theo of Ebenthal, who declined it.

Branches

al-Bruyn

In 2 June 2021, in a Ebenthali-led coup d'état, Prince John of Ebenthal was installed as Sultan of Harram under the name of Hassan III. With this, Hassan's immediate family (parents, brothers and first cousins) became dynasts in Harram, with the titles of Princes and Princesses of Harran, without prejudice to their princely and dynastic status in Ebenthal. However, in order to differentiate the royal families and suit Harram's style, Hassan "Arabized" his surname, creating his royal house the House of al-Bruyn, Royal House of Harram, invoking the Arabic prefix "al-". The reign of this branch however was short and on 8 August 2021 Hassan and the House of al-Bruyn were deposed from the Harranian throne, replaced by the House of al-Fraqid headed by the Emir and Sultan Hassan IV of Harram.

Armorial

1932 book on the history of the Brum family.

The House of Bruyn's coat of arms consists in a white field with a red stripe charged with three golden fleurs-de-lis; above the stripe, three golden partridges; over the shield a helmet, representing the family status as fidalgos of the Portuguese Royal House, with the Portuguese baronial coronet representing the family's two Portuguese titles, of Barons of Alagoa, granted in 1841 by the Queen Maria II, and Barons of Roches, granted in 1871 by King Luís I and later confirmed in 1901 by King Carlos I.

The Royal Family of Ebehthal, of the cadet branch of Ignácio-Savoy-van-der-Bruyn, uses an English shield divided into four quadrants as their coat of arms; on the first and fourth there is the coat of arms of Ebenthal; the second and third quadrants are identical, each divided into four quadrants: in the first, the coat of arms of Clan Drummond, in the second and third, of the House of Savoy, in the fourth, of House of Bruyn. The Sultanic Family of Harram, on the other hand, uses its own coat of arms without reference to the Clan Brum, consisting of a red shield with the star and crescent and the Arabic script present in the ancient flag of Harram.

Properties

The Ebenthali Royal Family possesses and lives in a series of palaces and houses across the country:

  • Bubbington Palace, Altenburg; residence to King Arthur II and the Prince Consort.
  • Palace of Rochesburg, Altenburg; residence to the Baron of Roches, Princess Laura and Princess Sophia.
  • Ignatian Castle, Altenburg; residence to the Princesses Laíze, Eleine, Alice and Lara and to Princes Theo and Lorenzo.
  • Central Hill Palace, Altenburg; residence to Princess Élida and Prince Heitor.
  • Oranges Royal Apartment, Altenburg; to be sold.
  • Fernandine Complex, Belmonte; residence to most of the King's maternal relatives.
  • Summer Palace, Lüttenbühl; summer residence of the Royal Family.

Royal Family of Ebenthal

The Ebenthali royal family (Portuguese: Família real ebentálica) is the family of the King of Ebenthal. According to the decree amended to the constitution of Ebenthal, the members of the Royal Family are the descendants of Armando, 5th Baron of Roches, in up to the 3rd degree (up to the great-grandchildren), while the members of the Royal House are all members of the House of Bruyn who have been baptized with and use the surname Bruyn. Currently besides King Arthur, his cousins Prince Pedro Henrique of Ebenthal, Prince Fernando of Schwarzberg, Sultan Hassan III of Harram and his nephews, Prince Theo of Ebenthal and Heitor, Prince of Altenburg, are the four only other members of the house engaged in micronationalist politics, although many others are aware of their activity.

Members

  • Armando, 5th Baron of Roches (b. 1961)
    • Élida, former Princess of Belmonte (b. 1981)
      • Heitor, Prince of Altenburg (b. 2013)
    • Princess Laíze of Ebenthal (b. 1984)
      • Prince Lorenzo of Ebenthal (b. 2016)
    • Princess Eleine of Ebenthal (b. 1987)
      • Prince Theo of Ebenthal (b. 2008)
      • Princess Alice of Ebenthal (b. 2018)
      • Princess Lara of Ebenthal (b. 2018)
    • Arthur II, King of Ebenthal (b. 1998)
    • Princess Laura of Ebenthal (b. 2004)
    • Princess Sophia of Ebenthal (b. 2007)

Sultanic Family of Harram

The Sultanic family of Harram (Portuguese: Família sultânica de Harram) is the family of the Sultan of Harram. The House of Bruyn reigned briefly in Harram in the person of Sultan Hassan III, a cousin of King Arthur II and originally a Prince of Ebenthal. By assuming the Harranian throne, Hassan III created the House of al-Bruyn, a colateral branch of the House of Bruyn. The Harranian law defined the sultanic family as the immediate family of the Sultan. In 8 August 2021, after reigning for a little more than two months, Hassan III was overthrowned by his own cousin, the King of Ebenthal, and the Harranian sultanic family came to comprise the members of the House of al-Fradiq.

Members

  • Princess Carla of Ebenthal and Harram (b. 1980)
    • Hassan III, Sultan of Harram (b. 2002)
  • Prince Marinho of Ebenthal and Harram (b. 1978)
    • Princess Tatiana of Ebenthal and Harram (b. 2006)

Ancestry

Matrilineal descent

Through matrilinal line, the Bruyns are deeply related to the medieval European royalty, with ancestry traced back to figures such as Sigfried, Count of the Ardennes, King Louis the Stammerer of West Francia, Gerold, Count of Holland, King Andrew I of Hungary and Emperor Charlemagne, besides several other European nobles and monarchs as seen:

Line to Attila the Hun

Line to Hugh Capet

  • Robert II, Count of Hesbaye (7??-807)
  • Robert III, Count Count of Worms and Rheingau (800-834)
  • Robert the Strong (830-866)
  • King Robert I of West Francia (866-923)
  • Hugh, Duke of the Franks and Count of Paris (898-956)
  • King Hugh Capet of the Franks (939-996; great-great-grandfather of King Afonso I of Portugal)
  • King Robert II of the Franks (972-1031; brother to Robert I, Duke of Burgundy)
  • King Henry I of the Franks (1008-1060)
  • King Philip I of the Franks (1052–1108)
  • King Louis VI of the Franks (1081-1137)
  • Robert I, Count of Dreux (1124-1188)
  • Robert II, Count of Dreux and Braine (1154-1218)
  • Aliénor de Dreux (1188-1242)
  • William Sinclair of Roslin, 6th Lord of Rosslyn (1230-1297)
  • Henry Sinclair of Roslin, 7th Lord of Roslin (1255-1336)
  • William Sinclair of Roslin (1283-1330)
  • William Sinclair of Roslin, 8th Lord of Roslin (1327-1358)
  • Henry Sinclair, Earl of Orkney (1345-1400)
  • Elizabeth Sinclair (1363-1460)
  • João Escórcio Drummond (1400-1465; 1st cousin to King James I of the Scots)
  • Isabel Ferreira Drummond (1447-????)
  • Violante Vaz Ferreira Pimental (1495-15??)
  • Catarina de Brum (1522-1580)

Line to Ranulf of Aquitaine

  • Ranulf I, Duke of Aquitaine (820-866)
  • Ranulf II of Aquitaine (850-890)
  • Ebalus, Duke of Aquitaine (870-935)
  • William III, Duke of Aquitaine (913-963)
  • Princess Adelaide of Aquitane (987-1004)
  • King Robert II of the Franks (972-1031)
  • King Henry I of the Franks (1008-1060)
  • King Philip I of the Franks (1052–1108)
  • King Louis VI of the Franls (1081-1137)
  • Robert I, Count of Dreux (1124-1188)
  • Robert II, Count of Dreux and Braine (1154-1218)
  • Lady Aliénor de Dreux (1188-1242)
  • William Sinclair of Roslin, 6th Lord of Rosslyn (1230-1297)
  • Henry Sinclair of Roslin, 7th Lord of Roslin (1255-1336)
  • William Sinclair of Roslin (1283-1330)
  • William Sinclair of Roslin, 8th Lord of Roslin (1327-1358)
  • Henry Sinclair, Earl of Orkney (1345-1400)
  • Elizabeth Sinclair (1363-1460)
  • João Escórcio Drummond (1400-1465; 1st cousin to King James I of the Scots)
  • Isabel Ferreira Drummond (1447-????)
  • Violante Vaz Ferreira Pimental (1495-15??)
  • Catarina de Brum (1522-1580)

Line to Gerolf of Holland

  • Gerolf of Holland, Count of Frisia (850-895)
  • Dirk I, Count of Holland (870-928/944)
  • Dirk II, Count of Holland (920-988)
  • Arnulf, Count of Holland (950-993)
  • Dirk III, Count of Holland (982-1039)
  • Floris I, Count of Holland (1017-1061)
  • Queen Bertha of the Franks (1055-1094)
  • King Louis VI of the Franks (1081-1137)
  • Robert I, Count of Dreux (1124-1188)
  • Robert II, Count of Dreux and Braine (1154-1218)
  • Lady Aliénor de Dreux (1188-1242)
  • William Sinclair of Roslin, 6th Lord of Rosslyn (1230-1297)
  • Henry Sinclair of Roslin, 7th Lord of Roslin (1255-1336)
  • William Sinclair of Roslin (1283-1330)
  • William Sinclair of Roslin, 8th Lord of Roslin (1327-1358)
  • Henry Sinclair, Earl of Orkney (1345-1400)
  • Elizabeth Sinclair (1363-1460)
  • João Escórcio Drummond (1400-1465; 1st cousin to King James I of the Scots)
  • Isabel Ferreira Drummond (1447-????)
  • Violante Vaz Ferreira Pimental (1495-15??)
  • Catarina de Brum (1522-1580)

Line to Siegfried and Charlemagne

  • Charlemagne, King of the Franks, of the Lombards, Emperor of the Carolingian Empire (742-814)
  • King Louis I of the Franks, of Aquitaine, Emperor of the Carolingian Empire (778-840)
  • King Charles II of West Francia, Emperor of the Carolingian Empire (823-877)
  • King Louis II of West Francia (846-879)
  • Princess Ermentrude of France (875-9??)
  • Princess Cunigunda of France (893-923)
  • Sigfried, Count of the Ardennes (922-998; Father to Saint Cunigunde of Luxembourg)
  • Lutgardis of Luxemburg (955-1005; Sister to Saint Cunigunde of Luxembourg)
  • Dirk III, Count of Holland (982-1039)
  • Floris I, Count of Holland (1017-1061)
  • Queen Bertha of the Franks (1055-1094)
  • King Louis VI of Franks (1081-1137)
  • Robert I, Count of Dreux (1124-1188)
  • Robert II, Count of Dreux and Braine (1154-1218)
  • Lady Aliénor de Dreux (1188-1242)
  • William Sinclair of Roslin, 6th Lord of Rosslyn (1230-1297)
  • Henry Sinclair of Roslin, 7th Lord of Roslin (1255-1336)
  • William Sinclair of Roslin (1283-1330)
  • William Sinclair of Roslin, 8th Lord of Roslin (1327-1358)
  • Henry Sinclair, Earl of Orkney (1345-1400)
  • Elizabeth Sinclair (1363-1460)
  • João Escórcio Drummond (1400-1465; 1st cousin to King James I of the Scots)
  • Isabel Ferreira Drummond (1447-????)
  • Violante Vaz Ferreira Pimental (1495-15??)
  • Catarina de Brum (1522-1580)

Line to the Saxons

  • Hermann, Margrave of Billung (912-973)
  • Bernard I, Duke of Saxony (950-1011)
  • Bernard II, Duke of Saxony (995-1059)
  • Princess Gertrude of Saxony (1030-1113)
  • Queen Bertha of the Franks (1055-1094)
  • King Louis VI of Franks (1081-1137)
  • Robert I, Count of Dreux (1124-1188)
  • Robert II, Count of Dreux and Braine (1154-1218)
  • Lady Aliénor de Dreux (1188-1242)
  • William Sinclair of Roslin, 6th Lord of Rosslyn (1230-1297)
  • Henry Sinclair of Roslin, 7th Lord of Roslin (1255-1336)
  • William Sinclair of Roslin (1283-1330)
  • William Sinclair of Roslin, 8th Lord of Roslin (1327-1358)
  • Henry Sinclair, Earl of Orkney (1345-1400)
  • Elizabeth Sinclair (1363-1460)
  • João Escórcio Drummond (1400-1465; 1st cousin to King James I of the Scots)
  • Isabel Ferreira Drummond (1447-????)
  • Violante Vaz Ferreira Pimental (1495-15??)
  • Catarina de Brum (1522-1580)

Line to the Savoys

  • Humbert I, Count of Savoy (980-1047/8)
  • Otto, Count of Savoy (1023-1057/1060)
  • Amadeus II, Count of Savoy (1050-1080)
  • Humbert II, Count of Savoy (1065-1103)
  • Queen Adelaide of the Franks (1092-1154)
  • Robert I, Count of Dreux (1124-1188)
  • Robert II, Count of Dreux and Braine (1154-1218)
  • Lady Aliénor de Dreux (1188-1242)
  • William Sinclair of Roslin, 6th Lord of Rosslyn (1230-1297)
  • Henry Sinclair of Roslin, 7th Lord of Roslin (1255-1336)
  • William Sinclair of Roslin (1283-1330)
  • William Sinclair of Roslin, 8th Lord of Roslin (1327-1358)
  • Henry Sinclair, Earl of Orkney (1345-1400)
  • Elizabeth Sinclair (1363-1460)
  • João Escórcio Drummond (1400-1465; 1st cousin to King James I of the Scots)
  • Isabel Ferreira Drummond (1447-????)
  • Violante Vaz Ferreira Pimental (1495-15??)
  • Catarina de Brum (1522-1580)

Line to William the Lion

  • King Duncan I of Scots (1001-1040)
  • King Malcolm III of Scots (1031-1093)
  • King David I of Scots (1083-1153)
  • Prince Henry, 3rd Earl of Huntingdon (1114-1152)
  • King William the Lion of Scots (1143-1214)
  • Princess Ada of Scotland (1164-1204)
  • Agnes of Dunbar (1177-????)
  • Sir Henry Sinclair of Roskelyn, 5th Lord of Roslin (1192-1218)
  • Henry Sinclair of Roskelyn (1214-1270)
  • Amicia de Roskelyn, Heiress of Roslin (1237-1299)
  • Sir Henry Sinclair of Roslin, 7th Lord of Roslin (1255-1336)
  • William Sinclair of Roslin (1283-1330)
  • Sir William Sinclair of Roslin, 8th Lord of Roslin (1327-1358)
  • Henry Sinclair, Earl of Orkney (1345-1400)
  • Elizabeth Sinclair (1363-1460)
  • João Escórcio Drummond (1400-1465; 1st cousin to King James I of the Scots)
  • Isabel Ferreira Drummond (1447-????)
  • Violante Vaz Ferreira Pimental (1495-15??)
  • Catarina de Brum (1522-1580)

Line to Alfred the Great

  • King Alfred the Great of the Anglo-Saxons (849-899)
  • King Edward (I) the Elder of the Anglo-Saxons (874-924)
  • King Edmund I of the English (923-946)
  • King Edgar I of the English (943-975)
  • King Æthelred the Unready of the English (966-1016)
  • King Edmund (II) Ironside of England (988-1016)
  • Edward the Exile, Ætheling of England (1016-1057)
  • Saint Margaret, Queen of Scots (1045-1093)
  • King David I of Scots (1083-1153)
  • Prince Henry, 3rd Earl of Huntingdon (1114-1152)
  • King William the Lion of Scots (1143-1214)
  • Princess Ada of Scotland (1164-1204)
  • Agnes of Dunbar (1177-????)
  • Sir Henry Sinclair of Roskelyn, 5th Lord of Roslin (1192-1218)
  • Henry Sinclair of Roskelyn (1214-1270)
  • Amicia de Roskelyn, Heiress of Roslin (1237-1299)
  • Sir Henry Sinclair of Roslin, 7th Lord of Roslin (1255-1336)
  • William Sinclair of Roslin (1283-1330)
  • Sir William Sinclair of Roslin, 8th Lord of Roslin (1327-1358)
  • Henry Sinclair, Earl of Orkney (1345-1400)
  • Elizabeth Sinclair (1363-1460)
  • João Escórcio Drummond (1400-1465; 1st cousin to King James I of the Scots)
  • Isabel Ferreira Drummond (1447-????)
  • Violante Vaz Ferreira Pimental (1495-15??)
  • Catarina de Brum (1522-1580)

See also

References

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House of Bruyn
Cadet branch of the Clan Drummond
Regnal titles
Preceded by
House of Beato
Ruling House of the Kingdom of Ebenthal
2019–present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
None
Throne established
Ruling House of the Kingdom of Roschfallen
2014–2019
Succeeded by
House of Degani
Preceded by
House of Basilio
as reigning house
Acting Ruling House of the Empire of Schneeblutig
2016–2019
Succeeded by
Interregnum and then
House of Basilio
Preceded by
None
Throne established
Ruling House of the Sovietian Empire
2020–present
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
House of Harram
Ruling House of the Sultanate of Harram
Under the name of House of al-Bruyn

2021
Succeeded by
House of al-Fradiq