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Tracing them accurately is another issue.
When it comes to nearer connections with royalty, it is important to remember that there were many genealogy scams. People paid sometimes surprising amounts to have a pedigree researched and printed and yet the work is unprovable from independent extant sources. One such hook for several fraudulent genealogies is Anneke Jans Bogardus (1605-1663). People who were duped by this would mention their famous connections in county histories and similar publications with genealogical content. By "proving" a connection to this person, people were hoping to join what was effectively a class-action lawsuit against Trinity Church in NYC for ownership of valuable lands in Manhattan.
There are other genealogy scams of a similar type. A distant relative in my family was taken in by one of them.