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That's a pretty all-encompassing cause of action. Unfortunately, the statute of limitations has run on any claim for damages against any of the sovereign states, as well as against the United States itself. Generally, a claim against the government expires after six months. However, even were we to apply the longest possible statute of limitations in any U.S. jurisdiction, that would only be about 60 years.
I regret that your claim is now time barred.
On a more serious note -- if you have a bona fide legal question, other than that which you have already asked, I remain at your service to answer.
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Due to British succession rules, the claim you describe would be owned by the current sovereign of Great Britain. Inheritance and succession passed by primogeniture to William IV, a direct and not a collateral descendant of George III.
So my opinion is that you do not have standing to pursue this claim.
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You are not a direct descendant of George III so you have no standing.
The throne passed to George III and his decendants, not to his siblings' descendants. I am sorry but you do not have standing to make this claim.