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Is direct relation to kings of England common?

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Is direct relation to kings of England common?

Posted: 23 Dec 2010 12:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: William the Conqueror, Henry I King of England, Henry II King of England, Lackland, Henry III of England, Longshanks
To the best of knowledge, William I the Conqueror is my 32nd Great-Grandfather...which means King of England Henry I is my 31st gg, Henry II my 29th gg, John Lackland my 28th gg, Henry III my 27th gg, and Edward I Longhsanks my 26th great grandfather. How common is it to have direct relation to kings of England?
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lindsaywinter... 23 Dec 2010 7:52PM GMT 
HunterWJohnst... 8 Jan 2011 3:14AM GMT 
halpark 23 Jan 2011 4:05PM GMT 
yoohoomeg 4 May 2011 1:51PM GMT 
brucedunbar1 5 May 2011 3:44AM GMT 
ewd76 22 Dec 2011 4:03AM GMT 
NayanaGlazier 29 Jan 2012 4:24PM GMT 
calrivethed 3 Jul 2012 1:36AM GMT 
photo66666 4 Jul 2012 9:42PM GMT 
calrivethed 9 Jul 2012 9:28PM GMT 
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