Edward V of England. Edward V (2 November 1470 – 1483) was the King of England from 9 April 1483 until he was removed two months later, on 25 June 1483. He was believed to have been murdered in 1483, possibly in August or September.
Years ruled: 1483. Son of: Edward IV and Elizabeth Wydville Edward V was 12 years old when his father (Edward IV) died in 1483 leaving him next in line for the throne. His coronation date was set for May 4, 1483. On his way to London, Edward was intercepted and detained by Richard, Duke of Gloucester (Richard III), his uncle and designated ...
Nov 2, 2020 · With Edward IV’s crushing victories at the battles of Barnet and Tewkesbury, and the death of Henry VI, Edward had secured his kingdom, and he now had a son and heir in Edward, Prince of...
May 23, 2018 · Edward V. views 1,860,672 updated Jun 11 2018. Edward V (1470–83) King of England for 77 days in 1483. He succeeded his father, Edward IV. His uncle, Duke of Gloucester, imprisoned Edward and his younger brother, Richard, in the Tower of London, and assumed the throne as Richard III.
Edward V (2 November 1470 – c. mid-1483) was de jure King of England from 9 April to 25 June 1483. He succeeded his father, Edward IV, upon the latter's death.
King Edward V (1470-1483), Reigned 1483 Sitter associated with 15 portraits Edward V was the King of England from 9 April 1483 until his deposition two months later. His reign was dominated by the influence of his uncle Richard, Duke of Gloucester, who succeeded him as Richard III.
Edward was born at Westminster Abbey in London, England, in November 1470. He was the elder son of Edward IV and his queen, Elizabeth Woodville. At the time of his birth his father, momentarily deposed, was in exile in Holland. In June 1471, after Edward IV had crushed his foes and reclaimed his crown, young Edward was made prince of Wales.