Jacobite line of succession to the English and Scottish thrones in 1714

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The following is the Jacobite line of succession to the English and Scottish thrones as of the death of Anne, Queen of Great Britain, on 1 August 1714.wikipedia
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George I of Great Britain

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The succession thus fell to George Ludwig, Elector of Hanover, the eldest son of Electress Sophia (who had died a few months before), to the British throne.
Although over 50 Roman Catholics were closer to Anne by primogeniture, the Act of Settlement 1701 prohibited Catholics from inheriting the British throne; George was Anne's closest living Protestant relative.

Jacobitism

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The following is the Jacobite line of succession to the English and Scottish thrones as of the death of Anne, Queen of Great Britain, on 1 August 1714.

England

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The following is the Jacobite line of succession to the English and Scottish thrones as of the death of Anne, Queen of Great Britain, on 1 August 1714.

Scotland

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The following is the Jacobite line of succession to the English and Scottish thrones as of the death of Anne, Queen of Great Britain, on 1 August 1714.

Anne, Queen of Great Britain

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The following is the Jacobite line of succession to the English and Scottish thrones as of the death of Anne, Queen of Great Britain, on 1 August 1714. Queen Anne of Great Britain was the last monarch of the House of Stuart which had succeeded the House of Tudor with the death of Elizabeth I.

Act of Settlement 1701

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It reflects the laws current in England and Scotland immediately before the Act of Settlement 1701, which disqualified Catholics from the throne. The Act of Settlement, drawn up in 1701, settled the succession on Sophia of the Palatinate, Electress of Hanover, and the heirs of her body, barring any Roman Catholics or spouses of Roman Catholics from the succession.

Catholic Church

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It reflects the laws current in England and Scotland immediately before the Act of Settlement 1701, which disqualified Catholics from the throne.

House of Stuart

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Queen Anne of Great Britain was the last monarch of the House of Stuart which had succeeded the House of Tudor with the death of Elizabeth I.

House of Tudor

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Queen Anne of Great Britain was the last monarch of the House of Stuart which had succeeded the House of Tudor with the death of Elizabeth I.

Elizabeth I of England

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Queen Anne of Great Britain was the last monarch of the House of Stuart which had succeeded the House of Tudor with the death of Elizabeth I.

Sophia of Hanover

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The Act of Settlement, drawn up in 1701, settled the succession on Sophia of the Palatinate, Electress of Hanover, and the heirs of her body, barring any Roman Catholics or spouses of Roman Catholics from the succession.

James Francis Edward Stuart

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This was a deliberate attempt to disinherit Anne's nearest blood relation, the exiled Roman Catholic James Stuart (who would later be known as the 'Old Pretender'), her half-brother, from inheriting the throne.

James VI and I

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To show how each person's claim was derived, their ancestors back to King James I and VI – the first to occupy both thrones – are listed, without numbers.

Charles I of England

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Charles I, King of England and Scotland (d. 1649)

James II of England

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James II and VII, King of England & Scotland (d. 1701)

Henrietta of England

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Henrietta of England (d. 1670)

Victor Amadeus, Prince of Piedmont

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3: Victor Amadeus, Prince of Piedmont (1699–1715)

Charles Emmanuel III of Sardinia

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4: Prince Charles Emmanuel of Savoy, future King Charles Emmanuel III of Sardinia (1701–1773)

Marie Adélaïde of Savoy

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Marie Adélaïde of Savoy (d. 1712)

Louis XV of France

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5: Louis, Duke of Anjou, future King Louis XV of France (1710–1774)

Maria Luisa of Savoy

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Maria Luisa of Savoy (d. 1714)

Louis I of Spain

Louis ILouisLouis, Prince of Asturias
6: Louis, Prince of Asturias, future King Louis of Spain (1707–1724)

Ferdinand VI of Spain

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8: Infante Ferdinand of Spain, future King Ferdinand VI of Spain (1713–1759)