House of Hanover
George I (1660 – 1727),King of Great Britain and Ireland from 1714.
Arms used between 1714 and 1801.
Duke of York and Albany and Earl of Ulster from 1716. Brother of George I.
Maximilian Wilhelm of Hanover (1666-1726), Prince of Hanover
and an Imperial Field Marshal. Brother of George I.
Sons of George II
William, ( 1721– 1765), Duke of Cumberland.
Sons of Frederick, Prince of Wales
- George III (1738–1820), as Duke of Edinburgh until 1751.
- Edward, ( 1739– 1767), Duke of York and Earl of Ulster
- William, ( 1743– 1805), 1 Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh and Earl of Connaught
- Henry, ( 1745– 1790), Duke of Cumberland and Strathearn and Earl of Dublin
Grandson of Frederick, Prince of Wales
William, (1776–1834), 2nd Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh and Earl of Connaught
George III (1738–1820), King of Great Britain and Ireland.
Arms from 1801 to 1816.
Sons of George III
- George IV (1762–1830), as Prince of Wales.
- Frederick, (1763–1827), and Albany and Earl of Ulster.
- William IV, (1765–1837) as and Earl of Munster.
- Edward, (1767–1820), Duke of Kent and Strathearn and Earl of Dublin.
- Ernest Augustus I (1771–1851), Duke of Cumberland and Teviotdale and Earl of Armagh. From 1837 King of Hanover.
- Augustus Frederick, (1773–1843), Duke of Sussex, Earl of Inverness, and Baron Arklow.
- Adolphus, (1774–1850), Duke of Cambridge, Earl of Tipperary, and Baron Culloden.
George III, George IV and William IV, Kings of Great Britain, Ireland and Hanover.
Arms from 1816 to 1837.
Grandchildren of George III
Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales (1796–1817),
only child of the marriage between the Prince of Wales) and Caroline of Brunswick
George, (1819– 1904), 2nd Duke of Cambridge
Victoria (1819 – 1901),
Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
and from 1876 Empress of India of the British Raj