Male Heir

Some articles on male, male heir, heir:

Nicholas, Crown Prince Of Montenegro - New Status of The Petrović Njegoš Dynasty
... The law recognises the descendants of King Nikola I in the male line and their wives as the descendants of the Petrović-Njegoš dynasty (Article 2), and appoints the eldest male heir, namely Prince Nikola ... succession to the headship of the dynasty as being passed down through the "male heir of the oldest male heir" (Article 5) ...
Pinnacle of The Angevin Empire (1160–1199)
... he was by a large degree and worst of all he had no male heir ... Louis VII announced he would remarry at once, in the urgent need of a male heir, with Adèle of Champagne ... Had Louis VII died without a male heir, Henry the Young would have been in a comfortable position to become the next King of France himself ...
The Duchess (film) - Plot
... The Duke only wanted a male heir, which the Duchess had not yet provided ... The rape leads to a pregnancy and a male heir, William Cavendish, is born ... After producing a male heir, Georgiana (with the help of Bess) begins a physical love affair with Charles Grey, which leads to another pregnancy ...
War Of Succession Of Champagne - Aftermath
... This left Champagne in need of a male heir, prompting Theobald IV to remarry in 1232 to Margaret of Bourbon ... IV's granddaughter) Joan I of Navarre as his heir ... turn, because each was unable to produce a male heir ...
Lessee Of Ashton V. Ashton - The Decision
... is given as a gift after death), made a will by which he devised real estate to “the first Heir Male of I ... he shall Arrive to the Age of 21 Years” so long as that first male heir of I ... within 9 months thereafter, in the event of an unborn heir) ...

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