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I'm Rob Salzman (email: genealogy at
8630 SW Scholls Ferry Rd #133, Beaverton OR is my personal genealogy hobby site. The data contained here has been gathered through 20 years of genealogy. It contains everyone I know who are connected to European Royalty or Nobility. Some small part of it is my original research, but most of it has been generously shared with me!

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Family Sheet
Name: Tsar Of Russia Ivan Iv Basilivich Groznii [1] Note Born: 25 Aug 1530 at Twin [2] Married: Died: 18 Mar 1584 at Moskva, Moskva, Russia [4] Other Spouses: Anastasiya Romanovna Zakharina
Father: Tsar Of Russia Basil Vi Ivanovich Mother: Unknown
Name: Marya Nagoi (later Marta) Of Russia [5] Note Born: Died:
Name: Dmitri Of Russia Born: Died: Abt 1591
1). royalfam.ged 2). royalfam.ged 4). royalfam.ged 5). June Ferguson s Royalty GED
1). royalty.ged NAME Ivan IV The Terrible , Czar of Russia. MARR DATE 3 13 FEB 1547 MARR PLAC Cathedral Of The Assumption, Moskva, Moskva, Russia 59. The Augustan. Ivan IV Basilivich Groznii the Awe Inspiring the Terrible 1533 1584 . A monor at his accession, Ivan was for some years maltreated by his guardians who else? the Shuiskys. In 1543, when he was 13, Ivan seized power and fed Andrei Shuisky to his hounds. That is about the only tactic which works with a Shuisky. Ivan was crowne Tsar in 1547. His early reign was filled with governmental reforms, including the Boyar Duma s relegation to a less important position 1547 and the creation of the Zemakiy Sobor, the convocation of All the Land , a body of fluctuating membership and poorly defined duties. It played a key role in resolving the upcoming Time of Troubles and then committed suicide by paving the way for the establishment of an untrammeled Romanov despotism.
2). royalty.ged  The Augustan.

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