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August 12, 2009

Genealogy: Adam to Queen Elizabeth II

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Genealogy of Adam to Queen Elizabeth II -

Genealogy of Adam to Queen Elizabeth II -

GENEALOGY –  Adam to Queen Elizabeth II


1 Adam, Eve

2 Seth

3 Enos

4 Canaan

5 Mahalaleel

6 Jared

7 Enoch

8 Methuselah

9 Lamech

10  Noah, Naamah

11  Shem

12 Arphaxad

13  Salah

14  Heber

15     Peleg

16     Reu

17  Serug

18  Nahor

19 Terah, Amtheta

20  Abraham, Sarah

21  Isaac, Rebekah

22  Jacob, Leah

23     Judah, Tamar

24  Hezron

25 Aram

26  Aminadab

27  Naasson

28  Salmon

29  Boaz, Ruth

30     Obed

31  Jesse



32  K David, Bathsheba

33    K Solomon, Naamah

34  K Rehoboam, Maacah

35  K Abijah

36  K Asa, Azubah

37    K Jehoshaphat

38  K Jehoram, Athaliah

39    K Ahaziah, Zibiah

40  K Joash, Jehoaddan

41  K Amaziah, Jecholiah

42  K Uzziah, Jerusha

43  K Jotham

44  K Ahaz, Abi

45 K Hezekiah, Hephzibah

46  K Manasseh, Meshullemeth

47  K Amon, Jedidiah

48  K Josiah, Mamutah

49 K Zedekiah



(Number in parenthesis denotes length of’ reign of’ Irish Kings)

50  Q Tea Tephi, marries Herremon, a Prince of’ the scarlet thread

51    K Irial Faidh (10 years)

52    K Eithriall (20 years)

53 Follain

54 K Tighernmas (50 years)

55    Eanbotha

56  Smiorguil

57 K Fiachadh Labhriane (24 years)

58  K Aongus Ollmuchaidh (21 years)

59   Maoin

60  K Rotheachta (25 years)

61  Dein

62  K Siorna Saoghalach (21 years)

63  Oholla Olchaoin

64  K Giallchadh (9 years)

65  K Aodhain Glas  (20 years)

66  K Simeon Breac  (7 years)

67  K Muirteadach Bolgrach (4 years)

68  K Fiachadh Tolgrach (7 years)

69  K Duach Laidhrach (10 years)

70  Eochaidh Buailgllerg

71  K Ugaine More the Great (30 years)

72     K  Cobhthach Coalbreag  ( 30 years )

73  Meilage

74  K Jaran Gleofathach (7 years)

75  K Coula Cruaidh Cealgach  (25 years)

76  K Oiliolla Caisfhaichach  (28 years)

77  K Eochaidh Foltleathan (11 years)

78  K Aongus Tuirmheach Teamharch (30 years)

79      K Eara Aighneach (28 years)

80  Labhra Suire

81  Blathucha

82  Easmhuin Eamhua

83  Roighnein Ruadh

84  Finlogha

85  Fian

86  K Eodchaidh Feidhlioch (12 years)

87  Fineamhuas

88  K Lughaidh Raidhdearg

89  K Criomhthan Niadhnar (16 years)

90  Fearaidhach Fion Feachtnuigh

9l  K Fiachadh Fionoluidh (20 years)

92  K Tuathal Teachtmar  (40 years)

93       K Coun Ceadchathach  (20  years)

94 K Arb Aonf’lier  (30 years)

95      K Cormae Usada (40 years)

96     K  Caibre  Lif’f’eachair  (27 years)

97        K Fiachadh Sreabthuine (30 years)

98  K Muireadhach Tireach (30 years)

99        K Eochaidh Moigmeodhin (7 years)

100  K Nail of’ the Nine Hostages

101  Eogan

102  K Murireadhach

103  Earca



104 K Fergus More (AD 487)

105  K Dongard (d 457)

106  K Conran (d 535)

107  K Aidan (d 604)

108  K Eugene IV (d 622)

109 K: Donald     IV    (d 650)

110  Dongard

111   K  Eugene V ( d  692)

112  Findan

113  K Eugene VII (d AD 721), Spondan

114  K Etfinus   (d AD 761), Fergina

115  K Achaius (d AD 819) Fergusia

116  K Alpin (d AD 834)



117  K Kenneth II  (d AD 854)

118  K Constantin II (d AD  874)

119  K Donald VI  (d AD 903)

120  K Malcolm (d AD 958)

121  K Kenneth III (d AD 994)

122  K Malcolm II (d AD 1033)

123  Beatrix m. Thane Albanach

124 K Duncan I (d AD 1040)

125  K Malcolm II Canmore (A D 1055-l093), Margaret of’ England

126  K David I (d  AD 1153), Maud of Northcumberland

127  Prince Henry (d AD 1152), Adama of Surrey

128  Earl David (d AD 1219), Maud of’ Chester

129  Isobel m .Robert Bruce III

130  Robert Bruce IV m. Isobel of’ Gloucester

131  Robert Bruce V m. Martha of’ Carrick

132  K Robert I Bruce (AD 1306-1329), Mary of Burke

133  Margary Bruce m. Walter Stewart III

134  K Robert II (d AD 1390), Euphemia of Ross (d AD 1376)

135  K Robert III (d AD 1406), Arabella Drummond (d AD 1401)

136  K James I (AD 1424-1437), Joan Beaufort

137    K James II (d AD 1460), Margaret of Gueldres  (d AD 1463)

138 K James III (d AD 1488), Margaret of Denmark (d AD 1484)

139 K James IV  (d AD 1543) , Marþaret of England (d AD 1539)

140  K James V  (d AD  1542) , Mary of’ Lorraine (d AD 1560)

141  Q, Mary (d AD 1587), Lord Henry Darnley



142  K James VI, and I  (AD  1603-1625), Ann of’ Denmark

143  Princess Elizabeth  (1596-1613), K Frederick of’ Bohemia  (1632)

144  Prince Sophia m Duke Ernest of Brunswick

145  K George I (1698-1727) Sophia Dorothea of Zelle (1667-1726)

146  K George II (1727-1760), Princess Caroline of’ Anspach (1683-1737)

147  Prince Frederick of’ Wales (1707-1751), Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha

148  K George III (1760-1820), Princess Sophia of’ Mecklenburgh-Strelitz (1744-1818)

149 Duke Edward of Kent (1757-1820), Princess Victoria of’ Leiningen

150  Q, Victoria (b 1819, crowned 1838, d 1901), Prince Albert of’ Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

151  K Edward VII

152  K George V

153  K George VI

154     Q. Elizabeth II

April 18, 2009

Do Christ's Genealogies Of Matthew 1 And Luke 3 Contradict?

Matthew 1 and Luke 3 both give genealogies of Christ, but they appear to contradict. Actually they complement each other. 

Matthew’s genealogy is clearly that of Joseph. Matthew recorded it for legal purposes; he was writing to prove to the Jews that Jesus was the Messiah, and the Jews’ custom in keeping records was to trace descent through the father. Legally, the Jews of Jesus’ day looked on Him as a son of Joseph (John 6:42). 

Also, Joseph’s lineage was given to emphasize the fact that Jesus had to be born of a virgin. He could never sit upon the throne of David if Joseph were His real father, since Jechonias (or Jeconiah) was one of his ancestors (Matt. 1:11-12). 

Jeconiah, called Coniah in Jeremiah 22:24-30, was so evil God cursed him and his descendants and said “no man of his seed shall prosper, sitting upon the throne of David, and ruling any more in Judah” (verse 30). Jeconiah did have children (I Chron. 3:17) but was childless as far as having any descendants on the throne. Joseph’s children could not, therefore, ever sit on David’s throne. 

How, then, could Christ be a descendant of David and qualify to sit. on the throne? Enter the genealogy in Luke 3. 

Luke’s genealogy is actually Mary’s. According to Jewish usage, Mary’s genealogy was given in her husband’s name. The original Greek merely says Joseph was “of Heli” (Luke 3:23). In fact, Joseph was the son-in-law of Heli, since his father was Jacob (Matt. 1:16). 

Unlike in Joseph’s lineage, there was no block to the throne of David in Jesus’ actual blood genealogy through Mary. Her ancestor was David’s other son, Nathan (Luke 3:31). To fulfill His promise to establish David’s throne forever, God honored Nathan by making him the ancestor of the promised King who would sit on David’s throne through eternity (Luke 1:31-33). 

But how could Mary transmit David’s royal inheritance — the right to the throne — to her son, since all inheritances had to pass through male descendants? According to Israel’s law, when a daughter was the only heir, she could inherit her father’s possessions and rights if she married within her own tribe (Num. 27:1-7, 36:6-7). 

Apparently, Mary had no brothers who could be her father’s heirs. Joseph became Heli’s heir by marriage to Mary, and thus inherited the right to rule on David’s throne. This right then passed on to Christ. 

Both genealogies had to be recorded to establish Christ’s right to rule on David’s throne. Joseph’s genealogy shows Christ was a descendant of Jeconiah and thus could not sit on the throne by inheriting the right through Joseph. It further proves the virgin birth: The curse on Jeconiah’s line would have passed on to Christ if He were Joseph’s real son, but He wasn’t — He was begotten by the Holy Spirit and was the Son of God. 

But Christ was Mary’s son through Nathan and can inherit the throne legally because of her marriage to Joseph, whose genealogy shows he was of the tribe of Judah. 

These two genealogies do not contradict. When studied together, they prove Christ’s legal right to rule on David’s throne when He returns.

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