Master Name Index

Surname of ARAGON



Alfonso II, King of Aragon (  –  )

Famous Descendant(s):

George Washington — 1st U.S. President

John Quincy Adams — 6th U.S. President

Abigail (Smith) Adams — First Lady of President John Adams

Henry Lee III — 9th Governor of Virginia

General Robert E. Lee — Confederate Army - U.S. Civil War

Meriwether Lewis — Lewis and Clark Expedition

Charles A. Pillsbury — Co-Founder of C.A. Pillsbury Co.

Thomas Jefferson — 3rd U.S. President and Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Alexander Hamilton — 1st U.S. Secretary of the Treasury

Princess Diana — Princess of Wales

Prince William — Duke of Cambridge

Prince Harry — Duke of Sussex

Harriet Martineau — Author of The Hour and the Man

King Henry VIII — King of England

Jane Seymour — 3rd Wife of King Henry VIII

Queen Elizabeth II — Queen of the United Kingdom

Zachary Taylor — 12th U.S. President

Harper Lee — Author of To Kill a Mockingbird

Franklin D. Roosevelt — 32nd U.S. President

Eleanor Roosevelt — First Lady of President Franklin D. Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt — 26th U.S. President

Helen Keller — Author and Activist

General George S. Patton — U.S. Army - World War II

Jimmy Carter — 39th U.S. President

Sir Winston Churchill — Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

William Howard Taft — 27th U.S. President

Francis Scott Key — Author of “The Star Spangled Banner”

John D. Rockefeller — Founder of the Standard Oil Company

Nelson Rockefeller — 41st U.S. Vice-President

Camilla Parker Bowles — Duchess of Cornwall

Raquel Welch — Movie Actress

Edith (Bolling) Wilson — First Lady of President Woodrow Wilson

Juliette Gordon Low — Founder of the Girl Scouts

Frank Lloyd Wright — American Architect

Fletcher Christian — Leader of the mutiny on the Bounty

Johnny Mercer — Songwriter and Co-Founder of Capitol Records

Anthony West — Novelist and writer for the New Yorker

Major John Pitcairn — British Commander at Battle of Lexington

Noel Coward — Playwright, Actor, and Songwriter

Admiral Richard Byrd — Polar Explorer

Robert Treat Paine — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Thomas Nelson — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Caesar Rodney — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

George Mason — Father of the U.S. Bill of Rights

Richard More — Mayflower Passenger

Norman Rockwell — American Artist

Howard Dean — 79th Governor of Vermont

Randolph Scott — Movie Actor

Louis Auchincloss — Author

Orson Welles — Radio, Stage, and Movie Actor

Charles Darwin — Theory of Evolution

Catherine Parr — 6th Wife of King Henry VIII

John Kerry — 68th U.S. Secretary of State

Upton Sinclair — Pulitzer Prize Winning Novelist

Guy Ritchie — British Filmmaker

Buckminster Fuller — Author, Architect, and Inventor

Harry F. Byrd — 50th Governor of Virginia

Lytton Strachey — Author and Co-Founder of Bloomsbury Group

George Clinton — 4th U.S. Vice President

DeWitt Clinton — 6th Governor of New York

Lt. Gen. James Brudenell — Leader of the “Charge of the Light Brigade”

John Marshall — 4th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. — U.S. Supreme Court Justice

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. — American “Fireside” Poet

James Russell Lowell — American “Fireside” Poet

John Adams Morgan — 1952 Olympic Sailing Gold Medalist

Benedict Cumberbatch — Movie, Television and Stage Actor

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle — Author, “Sherlock Holmes”

Alan Turing — WWII Codebreaker of Nazi Enigma Machine

Tilda Swinton — Movie Actress

Fitzhugh Lee — 40th Governor of Virginia

William H. Macy — TV and Movie Actor

Bill Weld — 68th Governor of Massachusetts

Charles Dana Gibson — Graphic Artist

Leverett Saltonstall — 55th Governor of Massachusetts

Daniel Carroll — Signer of the U.S. Constitution

John Carroll — Founder of Georgetown University


Isabella of Aragon (1247 – 1271)

Famous Descendant(s):

Calvin Coolidge — 30th U.S. President

George Washington — 1st U.S. President

John Quincy Adams — 6th U.S. President

Abigail (Smith) Adams — First Lady of President John Adams

Henry Lee III — 9th Governor of Virginia

General Robert E. Lee — Confederate Army - U.S. Civil War

Meriwether Lewis — Lewis and Clark Expedition

Charles A. Pillsbury — Co-Founder of C.A. Pillsbury Co.

Thomas Jefferson — 3rd U.S. President and Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Alexander Hamilton — 1st U.S. Secretary of the Treasury

Princess Diana — Princess of Wales

Prince William — Duke of Cambridge

Catherine Middleton — Duchess of Cambridge

Prince Harry — Duke of Sussex

Harriet Martineau — Author of The Hour and the Man

King Henry VIII — King of England

Jane Seymour — 3rd Wife of King Henry VIII

Queen Elizabeth II — Queen of the United Kingdom

Zachary Taylor — 12th U.S. President

Harper Lee — Author of To Kill a Mockingbird

Franklin D. Roosevelt — 32nd U.S. President

Eleanor Roosevelt — First Lady of President Franklin D. Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt — 26th U.S. President

Alice (Lee) Roosevelt — First Wife of President Theodore Roosevelt

Helen Keller — Author and Activist

General George S. Patton — U.S. Army - World War II

Elizabeth Montgomery — TV Actress - “Bewitched”

Jimmy Carter — 39th U.S. President

Sir Winston Churchill — Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

William Howard Taft — 27th U.S. President

Francis Scott Key — Author of “The Star Spangled Banner”

John D. Rockefeller — Founder of the Standard Oil Company

Nelson Rockefeller — 41st U.S. Vice-President

Camilla Parker Bowles — Duchess of Cornwall

Raquel Welch — Movie Actress

Edith (Bolling) Wilson — First Lady of President Woodrow Wilson

Juliette Gordon Low — Founder of the Girl Scouts

Frank Lloyd Wright — American Architect

Fletcher Christian — Leader of the mutiny on the Bounty

Johnny Mercer — Songwriter and Co-Founder of Capitol Records

Anthony West — Novelist and writer for the New Yorker

Major John Pitcairn — British Commander at Battle of Lexington

Noel Coward — Playwright, Actor, and Songwriter

Admiral Richard Byrd — Polar Explorer

Robert Treat Paine — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Thomas Nelson — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Sandra Day O'Connor — First Female U.S. Supreme Court Justice

Caesar Rodney — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Christopher Reeve — Movie Actor

Roy Rogers — Cowboy movie actor and singer

Anne Baxter — Movie Actress

George Mason — Father of the U.S. Bill of Rights

Richard More — Mayflower Passenger

Norman Rockwell — American Artist

Howard Dean — 79th Governor of Vermont

Randolph Scott — Movie Actor

Louis Auchincloss — Author

Ted Danson — TV Actor - “Cheers”, “CSI”

Orson Welles — Radio, Stage, and Movie Actor

Charles Darwin — Theory of Evolution

Catherine Parr — 6th Wife of King Henry VIII

John Kerry — 68th U.S. Secretary of State

Paget Brewster — TV Actress

Ellen DeGeneres — Comedienne and TV Personality

Upton Sinclair — Pulitzer Prize Winning Novelist

Guy Ritchie — British Filmmaker

Buckminster Fuller — Author, Architect, and Inventor

Oliver Platt — Movie Actor

Thomas Hunt Morgan — Nobel Prize Winner in Physiology or Medicine

Sally Ride — 1st American Woman in Space

Ed Helms — TV and Movie Actor

Harry F. Byrd — 50th Governor of Virginia

Lytton Strachey — Author and Co-Founder of Bloomsbury Group

Sarah Ferguson — Duchess of York

George Clinton — 4th U.S. Vice President

DeWitt Clinton — 6th Governor of New York

Lt. Gen. James Brudenell — Leader of the “Charge of the Light Brigade”

Hugh Grant — Movie Actor

Carly Fiorina — CEO of Hewlett-Packard

Melvyn Douglas — Movie Actor

Mary Chapin Carpenter — Singer and Songwriter

John Marshall — 4th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

Edward Norton — Movie Actor

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. — U.S. Supreme Court Justice

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. — American “Fireside” Poet

Endicott Peabody — 62nd Governor of Massachusetts

James Russell Lowell — American “Fireside” Poet

Wernher von Braun — Rocket Scientist

John Adams Morgan — 1952 Olympic Sailing Gold Medalist

Benedict Cumberbatch — Movie, Television and Stage Actor

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle — Author, “Sherlock Holmes”

Alan Turing — WWII Codebreaker of Nazi Enigma Machine

Tilda Swinton — Movie Actress

Fitzhugh Lee — 40th Governor of Virginia

Kit Harington — TV Actor - “Game of Thrones”

William H. Macy — TV and Movie Actor

Meghan Markle — Duchess of Sussex, TV Actress

John Cena — Movie Actor and WWE Pro Wrestler

Cara Delevingne — Fashion Model and Movie Actress

Bill Weld — 68th Governor of Massachusetts

Tuesday Weld — TV and Movie Actress

Charles Dana Gibson — Graphic Artist

Leverett Saltonstall — 55th Governor of Massachusetts

Daniel Carroll — Signer of the U.S. Constitution

John Carroll — Founder of Georgetown University


James I, King of Aragon (1207 – 1276)

Famous Descendant(s):

Calvin Coolidge — 30th U.S. President

George Washington — 1st U.S. President

John Quincy Adams — 6th U.S. President

Abigail (Smith) Adams — First Lady of President John Adams

Henry Lee III — 9th Governor of Virginia

General Robert E. Lee — Confederate Army - U.S. Civil War

Meriwether Lewis — Lewis and Clark Expedition

Charles A. Pillsbury — Co-Founder of C.A. Pillsbury Co.

Thomas Jefferson — 3rd U.S. President and Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Alexander Hamilton — 1st U.S. Secretary of the Treasury

Princess Diana — Princess of Wales

Prince William — Duke of Cambridge

Catherine Middleton — Duchess of Cambridge

Prince Harry — Duke of Sussex

Harriet Martineau — Author of The Hour and the Man

King Henry VIII — King of England

Jane Seymour — 3rd Wife of King Henry VIII

Queen Elizabeth II — Queen of the United Kingdom

Zachary Taylor — 12th U.S. President

Harper Lee — Author of To Kill a Mockingbird

Franklin D. Roosevelt — 32nd U.S. President

Eleanor Roosevelt — First Lady of President Franklin D. Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt — 26th U.S. President

Alice (Lee) Roosevelt — First Wife of President Theodore Roosevelt

Helen Keller — Author and Activist

General George S. Patton — U.S. Army - World War II

Elizabeth Montgomery — TV Actress - “Bewitched”

Jimmy Carter — 39th U.S. President

Sir Winston Churchill — Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

William Howard Taft — 27th U.S. President

Francis Scott Key — Author of “The Star Spangled Banner”

John D. Rockefeller — Founder of the Standard Oil Company

Nelson Rockefeller — 41st U.S. Vice-President

Camilla Parker Bowles — Duchess of Cornwall

Raquel Welch — Movie Actress

Edith (Bolling) Wilson — First Lady of President Woodrow Wilson

Juliette Gordon Low — Founder of the Girl Scouts

Frank Lloyd Wright — American Architect

Fletcher Christian — Leader of the mutiny on the Bounty

Johnny Mercer — Songwriter and Co-Founder of Capitol Records

Anthony West — Novelist and writer for the New Yorker

Major John Pitcairn — British Commander at Battle of Lexington

Noel Coward — Playwright, Actor, and Songwriter

Admiral Richard Byrd — Polar Explorer

Robert Treat Paine — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Thomas Nelson — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Sandra Day O'Connor — First Female U.S. Supreme Court Justice

Caesar Rodney — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Christopher Reeve — Movie Actor

Roy Rogers — Cowboy movie actor and singer

Anne Baxter — Movie Actress

George Mason — Father of the U.S. Bill of Rights

Richard More — Mayflower Passenger

Norman Rockwell — American Artist

Howard Dean — 79th Governor of Vermont

Randolph Scott — Movie Actor

Louis Auchincloss — Author

Ted Danson — TV Actor - “Cheers”, “CSI”

Orson Welles — Radio, Stage, and Movie Actor

Charles Darwin — Theory of Evolution

Catherine Parr — 6th Wife of King Henry VIII

John Kerry — 68th U.S. Secretary of State

Paget Brewster — TV Actress

Upton Sinclair — Pulitzer Prize Winning Novelist

Guy Ritchie — British Filmmaker

Buckminster Fuller — Author, Architect, and Inventor

Oliver Platt — Movie Actor

Thomas Hunt Morgan — Nobel Prize Winner in Physiology or Medicine

Sally Ride — 1st American Woman in Space

Ed Helms — TV and Movie Actor

Harry F. Byrd — 50th Governor of Virginia

Lytton Strachey — Author and Co-Founder of Bloomsbury Group

Sarah Ferguson — Duchess of York

George Clinton — 4th U.S. Vice President

DeWitt Clinton — 6th Governor of New York

Lt. Gen. James Brudenell — Leader of the “Charge of the Light Brigade”

Hugh Grant — Movie Actor

Carly Fiorina — CEO of Hewlett-Packard

Melvyn Douglas — Movie Actor

Mary Chapin Carpenter — Singer and Songwriter

John Marshall — 4th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

Edward Norton — Movie Actor

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. — U.S. Supreme Court Justice

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. — American “Fireside” Poet

James Russell Lowell — American “Fireside” Poet

Wernher von Braun — Rocket Scientist

John Adams Morgan — 1952 Olympic Sailing Gold Medalist

Benedict Cumberbatch — Movie, Television and Stage Actor

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle — Author, “Sherlock Holmes”

Alan Turing — WWII Codebreaker of Nazi Enigma Machine

Tilda Swinton — Movie Actress

Fitzhugh Lee — 40th Governor of Virginia

Kit Harington — TV Actor - “Game of Thrones”

William H. Macy — TV and Movie Actor

John Cena — Movie Actor and WWE Pro Wrestler

Cara Delevingne — Fashion Model and Movie Actress

Bill Weld — 68th Governor of Massachusetts

Tuesday Weld — TV and Movie Actress

Charles Dana Gibson — Graphic Artist

Leverett Saltonstall — 55th Governor of Massachusetts

Daniel Carroll — Signer of the U.S. Constitution

John Carroll — Founder of Georgetown University


Juan II, King of Aragon (c1398 – c1479)

Famous Descendant(s):

King Ferdinand II of Aragon — 1st King of a united Spain


Pedro II, King of Aragon (c1176 – 1213)

Famous Descendant(s):

Calvin Coolidge — 30th U.S. President

George Washington — 1st U.S. President

John Quincy Adams — 6th U.S. President

Abigail (Smith) Adams — First Lady of President John Adams

Henry Lee III — 9th Governor of Virginia

General Robert E. Lee — Confederate Army - U.S. Civil War

Meriwether Lewis — Lewis and Clark Expedition

Charles A. Pillsbury — Co-Founder of C.A. Pillsbury Co.

Thomas Jefferson — 3rd U.S. President and Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Alexander Hamilton — 1st U.S. Secretary of the Treasury

Princess Diana — Princess of Wales

Prince William — Duke of Cambridge

Catherine Middleton — Duchess of Cambridge

Prince Harry — Duke of Sussex

Harriet Martineau — Author of The Hour and the Man

King Henry VIII — King of England

Jane Seymour — 3rd Wife of King Henry VIII

Queen Elizabeth II — Queen of the United Kingdom

Zachary Taylor — 12th U.S. President

Harper Lee — Author of To Kill a Mockingbird

Franklin D. Roosevelt — 32nd U.S. President

Eleanor Roosevelt — First Lady of President Franklin D. Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt — 26th U.S. President

Alice (Lee) Roosevelt — First Wife of President Theodore Roosevelt

Helen Keller — Author and Activist

General George S. Patton — U.S. Army - World War II

Elizabeth Montgomery — TV Actress - “Bewitched”

Jimmy Carter — 39th U.S. President

Sir Winston Churchill — Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

William Howard Taft — 27th U.S. President

Francis Scott Key — Author of “The Star Spangled Banner”

John D. Rockefeller — Founder of the Standard Oil Company

Nelson Rockefeller — 41st U.S. Vice-President

Camilla Parker Bowles — Duchess of Cornwall

Raquel Welch — Movie Actress

Edith (Bolling) Wilson — First Lady of President Woodrow Wilson

Juliette Gordon Low — Founder of the Girl Scouts

Frank Lloyd Wright — American Architect

Fletcher Christian — Leader of the mutiny on the Bounty

Johnny Mercer — Songwriter and Co-Founder of Capitol Records

Anthony West — Novelist and writer for the New Yorker

Major John Pitcairn — British Commander at Battle of Lexington

Noel Coward — Playwright, Actor, and Songwriter

Admiral Richard Byrd — Polar Explorer

Robert Treat Paine — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Thomas Nelson — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Sandra Day O'Connor — First Female U.S. Supreme Court Justice

Caesar Rodney — Signer of the Declaration of Independence

Christopher Reeve — Movie Actor

Roy Rogers — Cowboy movie actor and singer

Anne Baxter — Movie Actress

George Mason — Father of the U.S. Bill of Rights

Richard More — Mayflower Passenger

Norman Rockwell — American Artist

Howard Dean — 79th Governor of Vermont

Randolph Scott — Movie Actor

Louis Auchincloss — Author

Ted Danson — TV Actor - “Cheers”, “CSI”

Orson Welles — Radio, Stage, and Movie Actor

Charles Darwin — Theory of Evolution

Catherine Parr — 6th Wife of King Henry VIII

John Kerry — 68th U.S. Secretary of State

Upton Sinclair — Pulitzer Prize Winning Novelist

Guy Ritchie — British Filmmaker

Buckminster Fuller — Author, Architect, and Inventor

Oliver Platt — Movie Actor

Thomas Hunt Morgan — Nobel Prize Winner in Physiology or Medicine

Harry F. Byrd — 50th Governor of Virginia

Lytton Strachey — Author and Co-Founder of Bloomsbury Group

Sarah Ferguson — Duchess of York

George Clinton — 4th U.S. Vice President

DeWitt Clinton — 6th Governor of New York

Lt. Gen. James Brudenell — Leader of the “Charge of the Light Brigade”

Hugh Grant — Movie Actor

Mary Chapin Carpenter — Singer and Songwriter

John Marshall — 4th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court

Edward Norton — Movie Actor

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. — U.S. Supreme Court Justice

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. — American “Fireside” Poet

James Russell Lowell — American “Fireside” Poet

Wernher von Braun — Rocket Scientist

John Adams Morgan — 1952 Olympic Sailing Gold Medalist

Benedict Cumberbatch — Movie, Television and Stage Actor

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle — Author, “Sherlock Holmes”

Alan Turing — WWII Codebreaker of Nazi Enigma Machine

Tilda Swinton — Movie Actress

Fitzhugh Lee — 40th Governor of Virginia

Kit Harington — TV Actor - “Game of Thrones”

William H. Macy — TV and Movie Actor

Cara Delevingne — Fashion Model and Movie Actress

Bill Weld — 68th Governor of Massachusetts

Charles Dana Gibson — Graphic Artist

Leverett Saltonstall — 55th Governor of Massachusetts

Daniel Carroll — Signer of the U.S. Constitution

John Carroll — Founder of Georgetown University