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English Kings and Queens

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Last updated: October 22, 2015
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1066-1087
William I
1087-1100
William II
1100-1135
Henry I
1135-1154
Stephen
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
1399-1413
Henry IV
1413-1422
Henry V
1422-1461
Henry VI
1461-1470
Edward IV
1470-1471(restored)
Henry VI
1471-1483(restored)
Edward IV
1483
Edward V
1483-1485
Richard III
1485-1509
Henry VII
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1509-1547
Henry VIII
1547-1553
Edward VI
1553-1558
Mary
1558-1603
Elizabeth I
1603-1625
James I
1625-1649
Charles I
1660-1685
Charles II
1685-1688
James II
1689-1702
William III
1702-1714
Anne
1714-1727
George I
1727-1760
George II
1760-1820
George III
1820-1830
George IV
1830-1837
William IV
1837-1901
Victoria
1901-1910
Edward VII
1910-1936
George V
1936
Edward VIII
1936-1952
George VI
1952-
Elizabeth II
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level 74
Oct 22, 2015
I don't think monarchs properly have "I" after their name until there is a second by that name. Thus, Victoria is just Victoria because there hasn't been another one. Also, want happened to Mary of William and Mary?
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level 79
Oct 23, 2015
Agree, Stephen hasn't a one after his name but need it for Victoria and John??
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level 33
Sep 25, 2016
yea, there is no need to put an "I" beside the names of the monarchs that were the only monarchs of their name.