Alexander Frederick

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Alexander Frederick Horen
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Duke of Furnestock
Predecessor: Prince Charles of Alstion
Successor: John Alexander, Prince of Alstion
Born: 17th of Horen's Calling, 1655
Nova Horos, Aeldin
Spouse:
(1.) Analiese of Bihar
(2.) Cesarina of Marna
(3.) Mariya of Barbanov
House: Horen
Father: Prince Charles of Alstion
Mother: Aloisia-Seia Horen

Alexander Frederick (High Imperial: Alexander Fridericus) of the House of Horen, was the firstborn son of Prince Charles, Duke of Furnestock, from whom he inherited the hereditary Johannian title, the Duke of Furnestock. His ascension to Ducal status came upon his arrival to Atlas, where he was immediately thrust into a life of politics.

Issue

Alexander Horen married Analiese, to which he had one son; He also sired a bastard by Ailsa Gromach. Later in life, he would wed his significantly younger distant relative, Cesarina Louise Marna though she had no legitimate issue with him. Shortly after the Marna's death, he had legitimate issue with his third wife, Mariya Barbanov.

Name Birth Death Marriage Notes
John Alexander 11th of the Amber Cold, 1688 Alive Vivienne de Ardennes Firstborn son and Alexander's heir
Joanna Jrent 16th of the Snow's Maiden, 1688 Missing Theobald, Prince of Beaufort Bastard daughter to Alexander and Ailsa Gromach
Anthony Jrent 17th of Malin's Welcome, 1714 Missing Unwed Bastard son to Alexander and Ailsa Gromach
Adrian Philip Johannes 1731 Alive Unwed Firstborn son to Alexander and Mariya.
Alexander II 23rd of the First Seed, 1713 3rd of Sun's Smile, 1731 Lucille of Leuven (betrothed) First son of Cesarina Louise and a disputed father. Holy Orenian Emperor of Oren.
Francis Theodulus de Joannes 1714 -- Unwed Second son of Cesarina Louise and a disputed father. Prince of Ponce.
Robert Louis de Joannes 1720 -- Unwed Third son of Cesarina Louise and a disputed father. Baron of Sedan.