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*** '''Gustavus des Vinandy''' (1556 - 1639) x 1579 '''Margaery Kreuzweg''' (1558 - 1642)
 
*** '''Gustavus des Vinandy''' (1556 - 1639) x 1579 '''Margaery Kreuzweg''' (1558 - 1642)
 
**** '''Gustavus Maurits des Vinandy''' (1581 - 1659) x 1610 '''Paulien van Battenburg''' (1582 - 1659)
 
**** '''Gustavus Maurits des Vinandy''' (1581 - 1659) x 1610 '''Paulien van Battenburg''' (1582 - 1659)
***** '''[[Gustavus des Vinandy]]''' (1613) ''Gustavus I des Vinandy, King of Arcadia (1663)''
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***** '''[[Margaery des Vinandy]]''' (1619)
 
***** '''[[Margaery des Vinandy]]''' (1619)
  

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House of Vinandy
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Country Arcadia, Batavia, Francia
Parent house N/A
Titles Duke of Gasconje
Count of Vinandy
Founder Bertolf
Final ruler N/A
Current head Gustavus des Vinandy
Founding year 1090 (Gregorian calender)
Dissolution N/A
Deposition N/A
Ethnicity Batavian
Cadet branches Vinandy-Windsor
Story series around the Vinandy's

The House of Vinandy is a Batavian royal family, originally from Vinandy. Monarchs from Amokolia, Arcadia, Batavia and Francia originated from the family. Stories about the Vinandy dynasty can be found here.

Prima diviso

Prima divisio des Vinandy is the house treaty of the House of Vinandy, in which the distribution of inheritances is regulated. This first distribution of the inheritances was drawn up by Frederik des Vinandy and has since been supplemented with annexes to the transfer of inheritances.

Prior to this house treaty, there was a strict regime of birth right (primogeniture), but other children often received gifts. Frederik des Vinandy wanted to prevent the many inheritances from leading to conflicts, such as succession wars.

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Today Frederik des Vinandy calls together his three sons to distribute all the possessions of the House des Vinandy. This division must retain the possessions, both in land and titles, for the family and provide foundation for later inheritance law.

Sons of the same house should live in peace and goodness.

To Arkadius Leopold, my eldest son, is assigned the claim to the throne of Batavia, the county of Vinandy and all possessions north of the Great Western Sea and south of the wall of Manuel.

Arkadius Hendrik, my second son, has been assigned the Duchy of Gascony and all possessions north of Manuel's wall.

To Gustavus Maurits, my youngest son, is assigned the claim to the throne of Arcadia and all possessions south of the Great Western Sea.

Insofar as the inheritance is passed on to children, this division applies to the sons. In the case of daughters, the own daughter is entitled to the assigned inheritance, but the inheritance does not transfer to her sons or daughters. The inheritance is then transferred to a male heir of the House des Vinandy.

All in-laws, who bring an inheritance in the marriage, will be admitted to the House des Vinandy, insofar as there are no hereditary conditions.

Transfer of possessions, such as land and titles, takes place under the unanimous consent of the tribal chiefs, starting with my three sons.

This division was established by Frederik des Vinandy in the year 1519 at Chateau des Vinandy, in the presence of his three sons, on the basis of Justice and Faith.

Family lines

The Leopold Line

The Hendrik Line

The Gustavus Line

  • Gustavus Maurits des Vinandy (1508 - 1593)
    • Gustavus Frederik des Vinandy (1531 - 1587)
      • Gustavus des Vinandy (1556 - 1639) x 1579 Margaery Kreuzweg (1558 - 1642)
        • Gustavus Maurits des Vinandy (1581 - 1659) x 1610 Paulien van Battenburg (1582 - 1659)

Family property

Over the centuries, the family has acquired various estates and houses. Some of these assets are:

Palaces in use

From a position of head of state, some members of the family are entitled to use the following palaces:

Former assets

Due to political unrest and area losses, some assets have been lost, while others have been sold:

  • Rhuymsight Palace in Ingelburg, acquired in 1544 AN by King Arkadius II des Vinandy, in exchange for setting up Château des Vinandy as a museum. The palace was returned when the Château des Vinandy came back into the hands of the family.
  • Château de Naval in Naval. Since the formation of South Batavia, this palace was no longer in the possession of the House of Vinandy. Later this palace appeared to have been demolished. The remains were found after the area was added to Helderbourgh as Nordmark.
  • Huys te Vredebregt in 's Koningenwaarde, since the revival of Batavia in 1661 AN, this palace has been used as the residence of the Stadholder, nowadays the official residence of the Prime Minister.
  • Willemspaleys in 's Koningenwaarde, since the resignation of King Arkadius I des Vinandy in 1520 AN no longer used as a residence. The Statute for the Batavian Confederation is signed in this palace.

Foundation Crown Goods of the House of Vinandy

All belongings of the family, with the exception of personal belongings, are housed in the Foundation Crown Goods of the House of Vinandy. Shares from different companies are also housed in this foundation.

Vinandy Crownlands

Map of Vinandy Crownlands
Dark orange = Batavia with the autonomous areas Helderbourgh and Kasterburg; Light orange = Former areas; Darkred = Amokolia and Arcadia

The Vinandy Crownlands include all areas where members of the House of Vinandy rule. The following lands are included:

  • United Kingdom of Arcadia, the Beneluccas and the land of the Calbain
    • Nova Victoria
  • Kingdom of Batavia
    • Archduchy 's Koningenwaarde
    • Baronie Ammerswoude and at the Loet
    • Baronie Bergkirche
    • County of Dasburgh
    • Lordship of Paraval
    • Principality of Vinandy (previously: county of Vinandy)
      • Grand Duchy of Helderbourgh (autonomous area)
        • Grand Duchy of Nederburg
      • Kasterburg Republic (autonomous area)
  • Frankish Empire

Former Vinandy Crownlands:

  • Parts of High Realm or Stormark
    • Duchy of Gascony
    • Los Bananos
    • Snæland
  • Other former areas
    • St. Anna
    • St. Arco
    • Batavian Cibola (Grand Duchy of Aragon)
    • Nova Batavia (part of Republic of the Netherlands)

Coats of Arms

Different coats of arms were used by different people from the House of Vinandy in different periods: