Monarchs of England

MONARCHS OF ENGLAND FROM 1042 UNTIL 1603. SUBSEQUENT MONARCHS WERE JOINT RULERS OF BOTH ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND FOLLOWING UNION OF THE TWO KINGDOMS UNDER THE STUARTS. FROM THE MID-17TH- CENTURY, MONARCHS ALSO RULED THE BRITISH COMMONWEALTH. MONARCHS OF ENGLAND SAXONS 1042-1066 EDWARD THE CONFESSOR 1066 HAROLD II NORMANS 1066-1087 WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR 1087-1100 WILLIAM II 1100-1135 HENRY I 1135-1154 STEPHEN PLANTAGENETS 1154-1189 HENRY II 1189-1199 RICHARD I 1199-1216 JOHN 1216-1272 HENRY III 1272-1307 EDWARD I 1307-1327 EDWARD II 1327-1377 EDWARD III 1377-1399 RICHARD II LANCASTERS 1399-1413 HENRY IV 1413-1422 HENRY V 1422-1461 HENRY VI YORKS 1461-1483 EDWARD IV 1483 EDWARD V 1483-1485 RICHARD III TUDORS 1485-1509 HENRY VII 1509-1547 HENRY VIII 1547-1553 EDWARD VI 1553-1558 MARY I 1558-1603 ELIZABETH I STUARTS 1603-1625 JAMES I (VI OF SCOTLAND) 1625-1649 CHARLES I MONARCHS OF SCOTLAND 1306-1329 ROBERT I, THE BRUCE 1329-1371 DAVID II 1371-1390 ROBERT II 1390- 1406 ROBERT III 1406-1437 JAMES I 1437-1460 JAMES II 1460-1488 JAMES III 1488-1513 JAMES IV 1513-1542 JAMES V 1542-1567 MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS 1567-1625 JAMES VI MONARCHS OF BRITAIN AND THE COMMONWEALTH STUARTS 1660-1685 CHARLES II 1685-1688 JAMES II 1689-1694 MARY II 1694-1702 WILLIAM III 1702-1714 ANNE HANOVERS 1714-1727 GEORGE I 1727-1760 GEORGE II 1760-1820 GEORGE III 1820-1830 GEORGE IV 1830-1837 WILLIAM IV SAXE-COBURG-GOTHAS 1837-1901 VICTORIA 1901-1910 EDWARD VII WINDSORS 1910-1936 GEORGE V 1936 EDWARD VIII 1936-1952 GEORGE VI 1952- ELIZABETH II

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