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Monarchs of Britain

(802AD - Present )


Great House

Start

 

End

Name of Monarch

Reign

         

Years

House of Wessex

802

-

839

Egbert

37

839

-

855

Aethelwulf

16

855

-

860

Aethelbald

5

860

-

866

Aethelbert

6

866

-

871

Aethelred I

5

871

-

899

Alfred the Great
Newenden

28

899

-

925

Edward I, the Elder

26

925

-

940

Athelstan

15

940

-

946

Edmund I

6

946

-

955

Eadred

9

955

-

959

Eadwig (Edwy)

4

959

-

975

Edgar

16

975

-

978

Edward II, the Martyr

3

978

-

1016

Aethelred II, the Unready

38

1016

-

1016

Edmund II, Ironside

1

Danish Line

1014

-

1014

Svein I, Forkbeard

1

1016

-

1035

Canute I

19

1035

-

1040

Harald I, Harefoot

5

1040

-

1042

Canute II, Hardicanute

2

House of Wessex, Restored

1042

-

1066

Edward III, the Confessor

24

1066

-

1066

Harold II
Battle
Sedlescombe
Whatlington

1

Norman Line

1066

-

1087

William I, the Conqueror
Battle
Burwash

21

 

1087

-

1100

William II, Rufus

13

 

1100

-

1135

Henry I

35

 

1135

-

1141

Stephen

6

 

1141

-

1141

Empress Matilda

1

 

1141

-

1154

Stephen

13

Plantagenet, Angevin Line

1154

-

1189

Henry II

35

 

1189

-

1199

Richard I
Robertsbridge
Salehurst

10

 

1199

-

1216

John

17

 

1216

-

1272

Henry III
Flimwell
Hurst Green
Robertsbridge

56

 

1272

-

1307

Edward I

35

 

1307

-

1327

Edward II
Robertsbridge

20

 

1327

-

1377

Edward III

50

 

1377

-

1399

Richard II

22

Plantagenet, Lancastrian Line

1399

-

1413

Henry IV

14

 

1413

-

1422

Henry V

9

 

1422

-

1461

Henry VI

39

 

1461

-

1470

Edward IV

9

 

1470

-

1471

Henry VI

1

 

1471

-

1483

Edward IV

12

 

1483

-

1483

Edward V

1

 

1483

-

1485

Richard III
Bodiam

2

House of Tudor

1485

-

1509

Henry VII

24

 

1509

-

1547

Henry VIII
Battle
Salehurst

38

 

1547

-

1553

Edward VI

6

 

1553

-

1553

Lady Jane Grey

1

 

1553

-

1558

Mary I

5

 

1558

-

1603

Elizabeth I
Northiam

45

House of Stuart

1603

-

1625

James I

22

 

1625

-

1649

Charles I

24

The Commonwealth

1649

-

1658

Oliver Cromwell

9

 

1658

-

1660

Richard Cromwell

2

House of Stuart, Restored

1660

-

1685

Charles II

25

 

1685

-

1689

James II

4

House of Orange and Stuart

1689

-

1702

William III, Mary II

13

House of Stuart

1702

-

1714

Anne

12

House of Brunswick

1714

-

1727

George I

13

 

1727

-

1760

George II

33

 

1760

-

1820

George III

60

 

1820

-

1830

George IV

10

 

1830

-

1837

William IV

7

 

1837

-

1901

Victoria

64

House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha

1901

-

1910

Edward VII

9

House of Windsor

1910

-

1936

George V

26

 

1936

-

1936

Edward VIII

1

 

1936

-

1952

George VI

16

 

1952

-

1999

Elizabeth II

47

Villages Referenced

Aldington  -   (The Aldington Gang)
Appledore  -   (Danes invade England)
Ashburnham  -   (Last iron furnace in Sussex)
Battle  -   (William the Conqueror prevails)
Beckley  -   (Alfred the Great and Guns !)
Benenden  -   (One of Englands Top Girls Schools)
Berwick  -   (Sharpen your arrows on the Church)
Biddenden  -   (The Maids of Biddenden)
Bishopstone  -   (Largest Tide-Mill in Sussex)
Brasted  -   (Doctor to King George III)
Brede  -   (Edward I inspects the Channel Fleet)
Brenchley  -   (A beautiful Kent village)
Brenzett  -   (St Eanswyth a Saxon princess)
Buxted  -   (The first Iron Cannon in England)
Camber  -   (Sands and Holidays)
Chelwood Gate  -   The Forest entrance and President Kennedy
Chiddingly  -   (Walking on Cheese ??)
Colemans Hatch  -   (Church on the edge of the forest)
Cranbrook  -   (Christmas Cards and Union Mill)
Denton  -   (Earl Godwins Manor)
East Dean  -   (Fishing and Wrecking)
Eridge Green  -   (The home of the Neville Family)
Exceat  -   (Alfred the Great's Naval Base?)
Fletching  -   (Simon de Montfort and Jack Cade)
Flimwell  -   (300 local people beheaded)
Folkington  -   (Teasles and Badgers)
Forest Row  -   (The Kings hunting party)
Framfield  -   (380 years without a church tower)
Frant  -   (King Johns hunting lodge)
Frittenden  -   (The Search for the Treacle Mines)
Goudhurst  -   (Smugglers, Iron and Forests)
hastings Bulverhythe  -   (Landing place of the citizens)
Hastings Old Town  -   (The ancient Cinque Port)
St Leonards on Sea  -   (an Edwardian family's gentile resort)
Hastings West Hill  -   (Ancient Norman Castle)
Headcorn  -   (King Johns Oak)
Hellingly  -   (Only remaining Ciric in Sussex)
Herstmonceux  -   (Castle and Observatory)
Horsmonden  -   (The largest Wealden Iron Works)
Hurst Green  -   (The Youngest Highwayman on record)
Isfield  -   (Simon de Montfort and the Lavender Line)
Kilndown  -   (Charcoal for the Furnace)
Marden  -   (Broadcloth and Agriculture)
Newenden  -   (Alfred the Great's Fort)
Newick  -   (Killer Cricket and Dirk Bogarde)
Pevensey  -   (Ancient Roman Fortification)
Rye  -   (On the Island)
Sandhurst  -   (Escape from the Great Plague)
Seaford  -   (The cormorants or shags)
Staplehurst  -   (Charles Dickens train crash)
Sutton Valence  -   (seized from Simon de Montfort)
Tarring Neville  -   (The Chest from the Spanish Armarda)
Tenterden  -   (Centre of the Broadcloth industry)
Upper & Lower Dicker  -   (Michelham Priory)
Wadhurst  -   (Last bare fisted Prize-Fight in England)
Warehorne  -   (A good place to explore the Marshes)
West Dean  -   (Alfred the Great's Palace)
Westham  -   (Enclosure for the Castle)
Winchelsea  -   (Inland Cinque Port !!)
Wittersham  -   (Park your Airship here ?)

 
       
 
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