During its history, Aloia has seen many families who have repeatedly produced notable politicians from their ranks, and these historic Aloian political families have had a significant impact on politics in Aloia and Esamir.
Many of these families have moved to national prominence from a state or regional power base. The Marquardt family, for example, is identified with Pomerania, the Rhodes family and Hart family with Minnesota, the Halles and Pfeils are from Saxony, and the Bell family are from Konza.
The Aurelius Family
- Daniel, Duke of Saxony, Prince Consort of Aloia, husband of Queen Victoria III of Aloia.
- The Children of Daniel and Victoria
- Erik Aurelius, Archbishop of Uppsala.
- Victoria Augusta, Queen of Aloia
The Bell Family
- Alvin Bell, Konza State Senator from Manhattan, uncle of Georgia Bell Davis.
- Georgia Bell Davis, 61st Chancellor of Aloia.
- Benedict DiClementi, Vice Chancellor of Aloia, Ambassador to Duresia.
- David of Saint Helena, (David DiClementi), Duke of Saint Helena, husband of Maria of Saint Helena.
- Kathleen DiClementi Nelson, First Lady of Aloia, wife of John Mark Nelson.
- Louis DiClementi, 56th Chancellor of Aloia.
- Theresa, Duchess of Greensborough, daughter of Maria of Saint Helena and David DiClementi, heiress apparent of Saint Helena.
The Hart Family
- Benjamin Hart, 53rd Chancellor of Aloia.
- Peter Hart, Aloian Minister of State, Ambassador to Argentine Republic, father of Benjamin Hart.
The Marquardt Family
The Nelson Family
- Eric Nelson, Mayor of Minneapolis, father of John Mark Nelson.
- George Nelson, 49th Chancellor of Aloia
- John Mark Nelson, 64th Chancellor of Aloia.
The Nordahl Family
- Folke Nordahl, diplomat and nobleman, negotiated the release of thousands of prisoners during the Omnestacita, namesake of the Folke Nordahl Peace Award.
- Victoria III, Queen of Aloia
- Victoria's children
- Various other Monarchs