Charles II, Lord of Monaco - Ancestors


Ancestors of Charles II, Lord of Monaco
16. Niccolò Grimaldi
8. Lamberto Grimaldi, Lord of Monaco
17. Sescarina Doria
4. Lucien Grimaldi, Lord of Monaco
18. Catalan Grimaldi, Lord of Monaco
9. Claudine Grimaldi, Lady of Monaco
19. Bianca del Carretto
2. Honoré I Grimaldi, Lord of Monaco
20. Antoine II de Pontevès, Lord of Cabanes
10. Tanneguy de Pontevès, Lord of Cabanes
21. Jacquette Monge
5. Jeanne de Pontevès-Cabanes
22. Louis de Villeneuve, Lord of Flayosc
11. Jeanne de Villeneuve
23. Colette de Castillon
1. Charles II Grimaldi, Lord of Monaco
24. Angelo Grimaldi
12. Giorgio Grimaldi
25. Rabella N.
6. Giovanni Battista Grimaldi, Lord of Montaudion
26. Giuliano Fieschi
13. Isabella Fieschi
3. Isabella Grimaldi
28. Domenico Pallavicini
14. Agostino Pallavicini, Doge of Genoa
29. Maria Gentile
7. Maddalena Pallavicini
30. Pasquale Oliva Grimaldi, Lord of Rocca Grimaldi
15. Eugenia Oliva Grimaldi
31. Giulia Lomellini di Agostino
Preceded by
Honoré I
Lord of Monaco
Succeeded by
Name Charles 02 Of Monaco, Lord
Alternative names
Short description
Date of birth 26 January 1555
Place of birth Monaco
Date of death 17 May 1589
Place of death Monaco

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