France: The Capetian Clan.
The question of "legitimacy" within the Salic Law, as the English claimed, could be thrown out, as the lines that the French eventually ended up with traced their claims through some dubious descents. Enumerated lines are those which the French would have considered more or less "legimate." Thus the English claim was of lesser weight than several other potential claimants.
Philip VI of Valois (200), presently on the throne, and his son, Jean..
1. Charles of Valois (37), the brother of Philip VI.
2. Duke Eudes IV of Burgundy (53), in the name of his wife, Jeanne, daughter of Philip V
3. Duke Louis II de Dampierre (173), the Duke of Flanders, in the name of his wife, Margaret, daughter of Philip V,
4. Philip of Orleans (not in play), in the name of his wife, Blanche, daughter of Charles IV
5. Edward III Plantagenet (47) of England, through his mother Isabelle of France, daughter of Philip IV, and his grandmother, Margaret of France, daughter of Philip III.
6. Juanna of Navarre (157), through her father, Louis X.