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From: "Akrogiali" <>
Subject: Re: Vlad The Impaler
Date: Sun, 13 Nov 2005 10:18:06 +1100
Not necessarily Correct.
Seneslav Bassaraba, Prince of Walachia (1247-?) had Two Sons.
Basarab Bassaraba, (Prince of Walachia 1330-1340)
Tugomir Bassaraba (Prince of Walachia -1330) Died 1330
Basarab Bassaraba had one son
Nicolas II, Bassaraba (Prince of Walachia 1340-1364) Died 1364
Nicolas II had two sons and a daughter.
Radu I Bassaraba (Prince of Walachia (after 1380)
Vlad I, Bassaraba (Prince of Walachia 1364-1380)
Ana Bassaraba= 1360 Stefan, Urosh V, Nemanja, King of Serbia
Radu I, Bassaraba Two sons.
Mircea I, Bassaraba (Prince of Walachia 1386-1418) died 1418
Dana I, Bassaraba (Prince of Walachia ??)
Mircea I, Bassaraba had two sons.
Michael I, Bassaraba (Prince of Walachia 1418-1420) Died 1420
Vlad II, "Dracul" Bassaraba (Prince of Walachia 1435-1446) Died 1446
Vlad II had four sons.
Vlad III, Tepes, "The Impaler", Bassaraba (Prince of Walachia 1456-1462)
Died Dec 1476 Near Bucharest)
Radu III, "The Handsome" Bassaraba (Prince of Walachia 1462-1474). Died 1474
Vlad IV, "The Monk", Bassaraba (Prince of Walachia 1482-1495).
Mircea Bassaraba (Prince of Walachia ??)
Vlad III, Tepes had one son.
Mihnea I, "The Bad", Bassaraba (Illegitimate) (Prince of Walachia 1508-1510
Mircea III, Bassaraba (Prince of Walachia 1545-1560) = Despina ? (Greek
They had a son.
Alexander II, Bassaraba (Prince of Walachia 1568-1577).
Alexander II had a son.
Mihnea II, Bassaraba (Prince of Walachia 1577-1591) Died 1591
He had a son:
Radu IX, Serban Bassaraba (Prince of Walachia 1602-1611)
Radu IX had one son and one daughter.
Constantin Bassaraba (Prince of Walachia)
Elena Bassaraba = Constantin Kantakouzinos (Grand Duke, Boyar of Walachia)
Born About 1598, died 20/12/1663
I do not know wives and if sons/daughters were from first or second marriage
There are also numerous unconnected Bassaraba family members.
Stanca Bassaraba died 1530 and married Stefan VI, Mushati (Prince of
Vladilsav II, Bassaraba is mentioned as "Danesti Prince"
Roxandra Bassaraba (died 21/9/1513) married 1510 Bogdan III, "The One Eyed"
Mushati Prince of Moldavia (Born 9/3/1479; died 20/4/1517)
Neagoe Bassaraba (Prince of Walachia 1512-1521), died 15/9/1521 married
Despina Militza (Princess)
Maria Bassaraba (died 1511) married 1478 Stefan III, "The Great" Mushati
(Prince of Moldavia (died 2/7/1504)
One of the still alive family members is
Anastasia, Serban, Bassaraba who married 1819 George Manos (b.1793 and died
19/12/1836 in Iasi Moldavia)
"Theron L.Smith"" <> wrote in message
> <> wrote Saturday, November 12, 2005 2:56 AM:
> << Le Bateman" schrieb: "Who were Vlad " The Impaler's descendants? Le
> Euweb.cz provides some details:
> http://genealogy.euweb.cz/balkan/barab.html >>
> To summarize, the Internet reference has
> Ioan Basarab [BASARAB in Moncreiffe], Voivode of Wallachia (ca
> +1352; m.Ana N;
> o A2. Nicolae Alexandru, Voivode of Wallachia (1352-64),
> o B2. Radu I "Negru Voda", Voivode of Wallachia (1375-83)
> o C2. [2m.] Mircea I "the Elder", Despot of Dobruja, Voivode of
> o D2. [by Maria Tolmay] Vlad II Dracul "the Dragon", Voivode of
> o E2. [1m.] Vlad III Tepes "the Impaler", Voivode of Wallachia
> o E4. [by Catuna N, later Mother Euphrasim, an Abbess] Vlad
> IV "Calugarul" "the Monk", Voivode of Wallachia
> o F1. [1m.] Radu IV "the Great", Voivode of Wallachia
> o G3. Mircea III "Ciobanul" ("the Shepherd"), Voivode
> of Wallachia
> oH3. Stana [STANCA Basarah in Moncreiffe]
> +after 1601; m. Ioan Norocea [JOHN Morocza
> in Moncreiffe] , Logofat de Pitesti, Great Chancellor of Wallachia
> FWIW, Sin Iain Moncreiffe's 1982, ROYAL HIGHNESS, p. 100, Chart 32,
> presents Stanca Basarah and John Norocza as 12-great grandparents of
> Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, which would place the Impaler as an
> ancestral uncle.
> Can Sir Iian's extensions to this decadency be substantiated?
> [Sir Iain also wrote that BASARAB was probably son of TOKTEMIR, great
> grandson of JUCHI, son of GENGHIS KHAN.]
> Regards to all,
> Theron Smith