Nicknames of Kings and Queens of England

Do you know the nicknames (for some more than 1!) of the kings of Wessex and monarchs of England/ the UK?
If multiple answers, brackets hint which is correct for that box
Excluding nicknames based on birthplace
Chronological order
James I and Charles I skipped
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Last updated: August 12, 2021
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Monarch
Answer
Alfred
the Great
Edward
the Elder
Edgar
the Peaceful
Edward
the Martyr
Aethelred
the Unready
Sweyn
Forkbeard
Edmund
Ironside
Cnut
the Great
Harold
Harefoot
Edward
the Confessor
William I
the Conqueror
William II
Rufus
Henry I
Beauclerc
Henry II
Curtmantle
Richard I
the Lionheart
John (because he was not expected to inherit significant lands)
Lackland
John (because his military standing among the nobles fell)
Softsword
Edward I (because he was tall)
Longshanks
Edward I (because of his repeated attacks on Scotland)
the Hammer of the Scots
Edward III (because he defaulted on 2 personal loans)
the Bankrupt
Edward III (because he improved the English navy)
the King of the Sea
Henry VI
the Boy King
Edward IV
the Rose of Rouen
Richard III
Crookback
Henry VII (because of his successes in making favorable trade deals)
the Huckster King
Henry VII (because of his interest in and skills with finances)
the Accountant King
Henry VIII
Coppernose
Edward VI (because he inherited the throne at a young age)
the Boy King
Edward VI (because of his religious devotion)
the Pious
Mary
Bloody Mary
Elizabeth (because of her love life)
the Virgin Queen
Elizabeth (because she maintained stability and prosperity)
Good Queen Bess
Elizabeth (translates to 'glorious woman')
Gloriana
Charles II
the Merry Monarch
George I
the Turnip King
George III
Farmer George
George IV
the First Gentleman of England
William IV
the Sailor King
Elizabeth II
Lilibet
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