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  1. King Henry V | Britroyals

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    King of England 1413–22, son of Henry IV. Invading Normandy in 1415 (during the Hundred Years' War), he captured Harfleur and defeated the French at Agincourt. He invaded again in 1417–19, capturing Rouen. His military victory forced the French into the Treaty of Troyes in 1420, which gave Henry control of the French government.

  2. House of Plantagenet | King Henry V - Britroyals.com

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    King of England 1413–22, son of Henry IV. Invading Normandy in 1415 (during the Hundred Years' War), he captured Harfleur and defeated the French at Agincourt. He invaded again in 1417–19, capturing Rouen. His military victory forced the French into the Treaty of Troyes in 1420, which gave Henry control of the French government.

  3. English Monarchs - Kings and Queens of England Timeline

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    Monarchs of England Timeline. ... After the act of Union in 1707 the king or queen is more correctly called the monarch of Great Britain ... Henry V: 1413-1422. Henry ...

    • 1327-1377
    • 1399-1413
    • 1461-1483
    • Reign
  4. Timeline of the Kings and Queens of England - The House of ...

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    King of England from 1399. Henry came to the English throne by force. He made his cousin Richard ll, abdicate, and then seized the crown himself. This started a dispute between the House of Lancaster and the House of York.

  5. English Monarchs Timeline - Softschools.com

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    Henry IV(1399 to 1413) Henry IV was chosen as king by Parliament in 1399. He spent his reign fighting near-constant rebellion. 1413: Henry V(1413 to 1422) Henry V was a skilled soldier and king, remembered for his victory at the Battle of Agincourt. He died of dysentery while fighting, leaving an infant son as his heir. 1422: Henry VI(1422 to 1461)

  6. Timeline: Britain's Medieval Monarchs – A History - HistoryExtra

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    Nov 23, 2020 · Stephen of Blois, nephew of Henry I, claims title as King of England, usurping a throne previously promised to Henry’s daughter Matilda. Twenty years of civil war follow, ending with the Treaty of Winchester confirming Matilda’s son, Henry, as Stephen’s heir to the English crown. 1154

  7. English Monarchs Timeline of English Rulers 802 AD - 2021

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    There wasn't a country called “England” before Egbert so earlier rulers of the land now called “England” were not English monarchs. After the Romans left England around 410 AD the following 400 years saw battles between the Angles, Jutes and Saxons against the Picts and Scots.

    English Monarch
    Reign
    #Years
    Period / House
    Egbert (Ecgherht)
    802-839
    37
    Saxon period, Wessex.
    Æthelwulf (Ethelwulf)
    839-856
    17
    Saxon period, Wessex.
    Æthelbald (Ethelbald)
    856-860
    4
    Saxon period, Wessex.
    Æthelbert (Ethelbert)
    860-866
    5
    Saxon period, Wessex.
  8. Medieval timeline - A Bit About Britain

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    Treaty of Troyes - agreement that Henry V of England and his heirs will inherit the throne of France on the death of the then King of France, Charles VI. Henry marries Charles' daughter, Catherine of Valois. | 1422 Henry V dies. His 9-month old son becomes Henry VI and, on the death of his French grandfather, Charles VI, King of France too. | 1440

  9. Timeline of English history - Wikipedia

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    Richard III, the last Plantagenet king was killed, succeeded by Henry VII. 1487: 16 June: Battle of Stoke was the decisive engagement in an attempt by leading Yorkists to unseat Henry VII of England in favour of the pretender Lambert Simnel. 1491 28 June King Henry VIII is born in the Palace of Placentia.

  10. List of English monarchs - Wikipedia

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    By royal proclamation, James styled himself "King of Great Britain", but no such kingdom was actually created until 1707, when England and Scotland united to form the new Kingdom of Great Britain, with a single British parliament sitting at Westminster, during the reign of Queen Anne, marking the end of the Kingdom of England as a sovereign state.

    Name
    Birth
    Marriages
    Death
    Alfred the Great (King of Wessex from 871) c. 886 – 26 October 899
    849Son of Æthelwulf of Wessex and Osburh
    Ealhswith of Gainsborough 868 5 children
    26 October 899 Aged about 50
    Edward the Elder 26 October 899 – 17 July 924 (24 years, 266 days)
    c. 874Son of Alfred and Ealhswith
    (1) Ecgwynn c. 893 2 children(2) Ælfflæd c. 900 8 children(3) Eadgifu of Kent c. 919 4 children
    17 July 924 Aged about 50
    Ælfweard c. 17 July 924 – 2 August 924 (16 days)
    c. 901Son of Edward the Elder and Ælfflæd
    Unmarried? No children
    2 August 924 Aged about 23
    Æthelstan 924 King of the Anglo-Saxons (924–927) – King of the English (927–939) 27 October 939 (14–15 years)
    894Son of Edward the Elder and Ecgwynn
    Unmarried
    27 October 939 Aged about 45
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