They also sparked off the Hundred Years' War, during which at different times England controlled most of France. If things had gone differently, Edward III could have been King of France - but with the law holding that at each generation, all male lines must be exhausted before inheritence through (never by) a woman can be considered.
Historical monarchs are bolded. Other members of the line of succession are italicised. Only children and consorts relevant to the succession are included.