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TABLE of KINGS and QUEENS of ENGLAND, from the CONQUEST, 1066, to the PRESENT YEAR, 1829.
When began to Reign. William I....... 1066 Oct. 14 William II...... 1087 Sept. Henry I........... 1100 Aug. Stephen...........1135 Dec.
Edward IV...... 1460 Mar. 4122 1 51 347 April 9 | Windsor
346 June 22 Unknown 344 Aug. 22 Leicester
The two Families of YORK and LANCASTER united. Henry VII......| 1485 Aug. 22123 8 0 | 320 April 22 | Westminster Henry VIII..... 1509 April 22 37 9 6 282 Jan. 28 Windsor Edward VI....... 1546 Jan. 28 6 5 8276 July 6 Westminster Queen Mary.... 1553 July 6 5 4 11 271 Nov 17 Westminster Q. Elizabeth 1558 Nov. 17 44 4 7 226 Mar. 24 Westminster
The Union of the Two Crowns of ENGLAND and SCOTLAND. James I...........| 1602 Mar. 24 | 22 0 3 | 204 Mar. 27 | Westminster Charles I......... 1625 Mar. 27 23 10 3 Charles II....... 1648 Jan. James II.........
30 36 0 7
180 Jan. 30 Windsor
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