BURIAL PLACES OF ENGLISH & BRITISH SOVEREIGNS FROM A TO Z

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AFFLIGEM (BELGIUM)
BURIED IN AFFLIGEM ABBEY
(Benedictijnerabdij van Affligem, Abdijstraat):

Queen ADELIZA OF LOUVAIN (+1151), consort of King Henry I

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AMESBURY (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN AMESBURY ABBEY CHURCH
(formerly Benedictine convent, now parish church, Church St):

Queen ELEANOR OF PROVENCE (+1291), wife of King Henry III.

The tomb has not been preserved. Her heart was buried in Greyfriars Church in London. 

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ANGERS (FRANCE)
BURIED IN ST MAURICE'S CATHEDRAL
(Angers, Cathédrale Saint-Maurice, Place Freppel):

Queen MARGARET OF ANJOU (+1482), consort of King Henry VI

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BROOKWOOD (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN THE CHURCH OF ST EDWARD THE MARTYR (Brookwood, St Cyprian's Avenue):

King EDWARD THE MARTYR (+978)

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BRUNSWICK (GERMANY)
BURIED IN THE CATHEDRAL OF ST BLASIUS
(Braunschweig, Dom St. Blasii, Domplatz):

Queen CAROLINE OF BRUNSWICK-WOLFENBÜTTEL (+1821), consort of King George IV

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CAEN (FRANCE)
BURIED IN ABBEY OF THE HOLY TRINITY
(Caen, Abbaye aux Dames, Place de la Reine Mathilde):

Queen MATILDA OF FLANDERS (+1083), consort of King William I the Conqueror

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CAEN (FRANCE)
BURIED IN ST STEPHEN'S ABBEY CHURCH
(Caen, L'abbaye aux Hommes/l'église Saint-Étienne, Place Monseigneur des Hameaux):

King WILLIAM I THE CONQUEROR (+1087)

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CANTERBURY (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN ST AUGUSTINE'S ABBEY
(Canterbury, Monastery Street):

Queen EDGIVA OF KENT (+968), consort of King Edward the Elder.

The tomb has not been preserved.

Photo courtesy of Mr Guy Cocriamont

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CANTERBURY (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN THE CATHEDRAL (Canterbury, The Precincts):

01. King HENRY IV (+1413)
02. Queen JOAN OF NAVARRE (+1437), consort of King Henry IV

FAVERSHAM (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN FAVERSHAM ABBEY:

01. King STEPHEN (+1154)
02. Queen MATILDA OF BOULOGNE (+1152), consort of King Stephen

The tombs were lost at the demolishion of the abbey after 1538.

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FONTEVRAUD (FRANCE)
BURIED IN FONTEVRAUD ABBEY CHURCH (Fontevraud L'Abbaye, Abbaye de Frontevaud, Avenue Rochechouard):

01. King HENRY II (+1189)
02. Queen ELEANOR OF AQUITAINE (+1204), consort of King Henry II
03. King RICHARD I THE LIONHEART (+1199).
His heart was buried in Rouen Cathedral, France.
04. Queen ISABELLA OF ANGOULÊME (+1246), consort of King John Lackland

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GLASTONBURY (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN GLASTONBURY ABBEY
(Glastonbury, Silver St/Magdalene St):

01. King EDMUND THE MAGNIFICENT (+946)
02. King EDGAR THE PEACEFUL (+975)
03. King EDMUND II IRONSIDE (+1016)

The tombs were lost at the demolishion of the abbey after 1539.

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GLOUCESTER (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN ST PETER'S CATHEDRAL (Gloucester, College Green):

King EDWARD II (+1327).
His heart was buried in Greyfriars' Church in London.

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HANOVER (GERMANY)
BURIED IN HERRENHAUSEN MAUSOLEUM (Hannover, Mausoleum im Berggarten, Herrenhäuser Gärten, Herrenhäuser Str.):

King GEORGE I (+1727)

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LEICESTER (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN LEICESTER CATHEDRAL:

King RICHARD III (+1485).

Richard III had been buried in Greyfriars Church in Leicester but his tomb was despoiled and the church was demolished in the past. Remains of the king were found and identified in 2012. They were buried in Leicester Cathedral in 2015 where a memorial to Richard III had been erected earlier.

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LE MANS (FRANCE)
BURIED IN THE CATHEDRAL OF ST JULIAN
(Le Mans, Cathédrale Saint-Julien, Place du Cardinal Grente):

Queen BERENGARIA OF NAVARRE (+after 1230), consort of King Richard I Lionheart

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LISBON (PORTUGAL)
BURIED IN THE ROYAL PANTHEON OF THE CHURCH OF SÃO VICENTE DE FORA (Lisboa, Panteão da Dinastia de Bragança, Igreja São Vicente de Fora, Calçada de São Vicente):

Queen CATHERINE OF BRAGANZA (+1705), consort of King Charles II

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LONDON (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN ST CLEMENT DANES CHURCH (London, Strand):

King HAROLD I HAREFOOT (+1040).
The tomb has not been preserved.

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LONDON (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN THE CHAPEL OF ST PETER-AD-VINCULA IN THE TOWER (London, Tower Hill):

01. Queen ANNE BOLEYN (+1536), consort of King Henry VIII
02. Queen CATHERINE HOWARD (+1542), wife of King Henry VIII
03. Queen JANE GREY (+1554)
04. Lord GUILDFORD DUDLEY (+1554), consort of Queen Jane Grey

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LONDON (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN GREYFRIARS CHURCH
(London, Newgate St/Edward St):

01. Queen ISABELLA OF FRANCE (+1358), wife of King Edward II.
The tomb has not been preserved.
02. Queen MARGARET OF FRANCE (+1317), consort of King Edward I.
The tomb has not been preserved.

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LONDON (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN ST PAUL’S CATHEDRAL
(London, Saint Paul's Church Yard):

King ETHELRED II THE UNREADY (+1016).
The tomb has not been preserved.

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LONDON (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN WESTMINSTER ABBEY (London, Dean's Yard):

01. King ST EDWARD THE CONFESSOR (+1066)
02. Queen EDITH (+1075), consort of King St Edward the Confessor
03. Queen MATILDA OF SCOTLAND (+1118), consort of King Henry I
04. King HENRY III (+1272).
His heart was buried in Fontevraud Abbey, France.
05. King EDWARD I LONGSHANKS (+1307)
06. Queen ELEANOR OF CASTILE (+1290), consort of King Edward I Longshanks.
Her heart was buried in Blackfriars Church in London.
Her viscera were buried in Lincoln Cathedral.
07. King EDWARD III (+1377)
08. Queen PHILIPPA OF HAINAULT (+1369), consort of King Edward III
09. King RICHARD II (+1400)
10. Queen ANNE OF BOHEMIA (+1394), consort of King Richard II
11. King HENRY V (+1422)
12. Queen CATHERINE OF FRANCE (+1437), wife of King Henry V
13. King EDWARD V (+1483)
14. Queen ANNE NEVILLE (+1485), consort of King Richard III
15. King HENRY VII (+1509)
16. Queen ELIZABETH OF YORK (+1503), wife of King Henry VII
17. King EDWARD VI (+1553)
18. Queen ANNE OF CLEVES (+1557), consort of King Henry VIII
19. Queen MARY I (+1558)
20. Queen ELIZABETH I (+1603)
21. King JAMES I (+1625)
22. Queen ANNE OF DENMARK (+1619), consort of King James II
23. King CHARLES II (+1685)
24. Queen MARY II (+1694)
25. King WILLIAM III (+1702)
26. Queen ANNE (+1714)
27. Prince GEORGE OF DENMARK (+1708), consort of Queen Anne
28. King GEORGE II (+1760)
29. Queen CAROLINE OF BRANDENBURG-ANSBACH (+1737), consort of King George II

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MALMESBURY (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN MALMESBURY ABBEY (Malmesbury, Abbey Row):

King ATHELSTAN (+939).

There is a cenotaph to him in the Abbey Church. The exact location of his grave within the Abbey  is not known.

PARIS (FRANCE)
BURIED IN THE CONVENT OF THE VISITATION OF ST MARIE AT CHAILLOT (Paris, Couvent de la Visitation-Sainte-Marie):

Queen MARY OF MODENA (+1718), consort of King James II.

Her viscera were buried in Scots College in Paris.
The church and the tomb were demolished during the French Revolution.

PARIS (FRANCE)
BURIED IN THE CONVENT OF THE CELESTINES
(Paris, Couvent des Célestins):

Queen ISABELLA OF FRANCE (+1409), consort of King Richard II.

The church and the tomb were demolished during the French Revolution.

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PETERBOROUGH (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN PETERBOROUGH CATHEDRAL
(Peterborough, Minster Precincts):

Queen CATHERINE OF ARAGON (+1536), consort of Henry King VIII

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READING (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN READING ABBEY (Reading, Abbots Walk/Abbey Street):

King HENRY I BEAUCLERC (+1135).

His viscera were buried in the church of Sainte-Marie des Près near Rouen.
The Abbey has been ruined since 1538. The king's tomb hasn't been preserved but the site of it is marked.

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ROSKILDE (DENMARK)
BURIED IN ROSKILDE CATHEDRAL
(Roskilde Domkirke, Domkirkepladsen):

King SWEYN FORKBEARD (+1014).

The tomb has not been preserved.

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ROUEN (FRANCE)
BURIED IN ROUEN CATHEDRAL
(Rouen, Cathédrale Notre-Dame, Rue Saint-Romain):

King HENRY THE YOUNG KING (+1183)

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SAINT DENIS (FRANCE)
BURIED IN SAINT-DENIS, BASILICA
(La Basilique Saint-Denis, Place de la Légion d’Honneur):

Queen HENRIETTA MARIA OF FRANCE (+1669), consort of King Charles I
The tomb has not been preserved.
Her heart was buried in the Convent of the Visitation of St Marie at Chaillot, Paris.

The royal tombs at Saint-Denis had been despolied following outbreak of the French Revolution and their contents stolen, dispersed, or buried in a common pit outside the abbey. Following the Restoration of the Bourbons the royal tombs were returned to the abbey church of Saint-Denis from a museum where they had been kept. As it was impossible to determine which bones buried in a common pit by the revolutionaries belonged to which king or queen, it was decided that all royal bones should be laid to rest in the Ossarium, a kind of common mausoleum for all kings and queens inside the church.

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ST-GERMAIN-EN-LAYE (FRANCE)
BURIED IN THE CHURCH OF ST GERMAIN (St-Germain-en-Laye, l’église Saint Germain; Place Charles de Gaulle):

King JAMES II (+1701)

Part of his viscera was kept in the Jesuit College in Saint-Omer, France, while his brain was buried in Scots College, Paris. His heart was buried in the Convent of the Visitation of St Marie at Chaillot, Paris.

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SAN LORENZO DE EL ESCORIAL (SPAIN)
BURIED IN THE MONASTERY OF SAN LORENZO (El Monasterio de El Escorial, Avenida Juan De Borbón Y Battemberg):

King PHILIP OF SPAIN (+1598), consort of Queen Mary I

SHAFTESBURY ABBEY (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN SHAFTESBURY ABBEY:

01. Queen ELGILVA (+944/6), consort of King Edmund I the Magnificent
02. Queen ETHELFLEDA (+after 975), consort of King Edmund I the Magnificent

The Abbey was demolished in 1539.

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SHERBORNE (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN SHERBORNE ABBEY (Sherborne, Abbey Rd.):

01. King ETHELBALD (+860)
02. King ETHELBERT (+865/6)

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SUDELEY (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN SUDELEY CASTLE CHURCH OF ST MARY:

Queen CATHERINE PARR (+1548), consort of King Henry VIII

TYRE (LEBANON)
BURIED IN TYRE CATHEDRAL:

Queen MARGARET OF FRANCE (+1197), consort of King Henry the Young King.

The Cathedral of Tyre was demolished following the Muslim conquest of the city in the Middle Ages.

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WALTHAM (ENGLAND)
BURIED OUTSIDE THE ABBEY CHURCH (Waltham, Highbridge St.):

King HAROLD II (+1066)

WHERWELL (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN THE BENEDICTINE PRIORY:

Queen ELFRIDA (+c. 1002), consort of King Edgar the Peaceful
The priory was demolished in 1539.

WILTON (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN WILTON ABBEY:

Queen ETHELFLEDA (+before 965), consort of King Edgar the Peaceful.
The abbey was demolished in 1539.

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WIMBORNE MINSTER (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN THE MINSTER (Wimborne Minster, Cook Row):

King ETHELRED (+871).

There is a mediaeval brass to him next to the high altar. The exact location of his grave within the church is not known.

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WINCHESTER (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN THE CATHEDRAL (Winchester, The Close):

01. King EGBERT (+839)
02. King ETHELWULF (+858)
03. Queen ETHELSWITHA (+905), consort of King Alfred the Great
The tomb has not been preserved.
04. King EDWARD THE ELDER (+925)
The tomb has not been preserved.
05. Queen ELFLEDA (+920), consort of King Edward the Elder.
The tomb has not been preserved.
06. King EDRED (+955)
07. King EDWY THE FAIR (+959)
The tomb has not been preserved.
08. Queen ELFGIVA (+959), consort of King Edwy the Fair.
The tomb has not been preserved.
09. King CANUTE (+1035)
10. Queen EMMA OF NORMANDY (+1052), consort of King Canute
11. King HARDICANUTE (+1042)
12. King WILLIAM II RUFUS (+1100)

WINCHESTER (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN HYDE ABBEY:

King ALFRED THE GREAT (+899).
The abbey was demolished in 1538.

WINDSOR (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN ROYAL BURIAL GROUND AT FROGMORE
(Windsor, Frogmore Drive):

King EDWARD VIII (+1972)

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WINDSOR (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN THE ROYAL MAUSOLEUM AT FROGMORE
(Windsor, Frogmore Drive):

01. Queen VICTORIA (+1901)
02. Prince ALBERT OF SAXE-COBURG (+1861), consort of Queen Victoria

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WINDSOR (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN ST GEORGE’S CHAPEL (Windsor, Castle Hill):

01. King HENRY VI (+1471)
02. King EDWARD IV (+1483)
03. Queen ELIZABETH WYDVILLE (+1492), consort of King Edward IV
04. King HENRY VIII (+1547)
05. Queen JANE SEYMOUR (+1537), consort of King Henry VIII
06. King CHARLES I (+1649)
07. King GEORGE III (+1820)
08. Queen CHARLOTTE OF MECKLENBURG-STRELITZ (+1818), consort of King George III
09. King GEORGE IV (+1830)
10. King WILLIAM IV (+1837)
11. Queen ADELAIDE OF SAXE-MEININGEN (+1849), consort of King William IV
12. King EDWARD VII (+1910)
13. Queen ALEXANDRA OF DENMARK (+1925), consort of King Edward VII
14. King GEORGE V (+1936)
15. Queen MARY OF TECK (+1953), consort of King George V
16. King GEORGE VI (+1952)
17. Queen ELIZABETH (+2002), consort of King George VI

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WORCESTER (ENGLAND)
BURIED IN THE CATHEDRAL (Worcester, College Yard):

King JOHN LACKLAND (+1216).
His heart was buried in Croxton Abbey.

LIST OF ENGLISH AND BRITISH SOVEREIGNS

KINGDOM OF ENGLAND TO 1649:
HOUSE OF WESSEX
802-839: EGBERT

Born in c. 769/80.
Father: King Ealhmund of Kent.
Married Princess REDBURGA, probably Charlemagne's daughter (burial place unknown).
His issue who reigned:
-ETHELWULF (*795/810,+858).
Died in 839.
Buried in the Old Minster (later Winchester Cathedral).

839-858: ETHELWULF
Born in c. 795/810.
Father: King Egbert. Mother: Queen Redburga.
Married firstly in c. 830 Osburga of Hampshire (+846 or 852/5; burial place unknown).
Married secondly in 856 at Verberie sur Oise, France, Princess JUDITH of the Franks (*c. 843/44,+c. 870; burial place unknown).
He was crowned in 839 at Kingston-upon-Thames.
His second consort, Princess Judith, was crowned in 856 at Verberie sur Oise, France.
Issue of his first marriage:
-ETHELBALD (*c. 834,+860; son of Osburga),
-ETHELBERT (*c. 836,+865/6; son of Osburga),
-ETHELRED I (*c. 840,+871; son of Osburga),
-ALFRED THE GREAT (*846/9,+899; son of Osburga).
Died in 858.
Firstly buried in the church in Steyning. Later reburied in the Old Minster (later Winchester Cathedral).

858-860: ETHELBALD
Born in c. 795/810.
Father: King Ethewulf. Mother: Queen Osburga.
Married in 860 Dowager Queen of England JUDITH of the Franks (marriage annulled in 860).
He was crowned in 858 at Kingston-upon-Thames.
Died in 860.
Buried in Sherborne Abbey.

860-865/6: ETHELBERT
Born in c. 836.
Father: King Ethelwulf. Mother: Queen Osburga.
Unmarried.
He was crowned in 860/61 at Kingston-upon-Thames.
Died in 865/6.
Buried in Sherborne Abbey.

865/6-871: ETHELRED I
Born in c. 840.
Father: King Ethelwulf. Mother: Queen Osburga.
Married in c. 868 WULFRIDA (burial place unknown).
He was crowned in 865/6 at Kingston-upon-Thames.
Killed at the Battle of Merton in 871.
Buried in Wimborne Minster.

871-899: ALFRED THE GREAT
Born in c. 846/9 at Wantage, Dorset.
Father: King Ethelwulf. Mother: Queen Osburga.
Married in c. 868/9 at Winchester ETHELSWITHA (+905 Winchester).
He was probably crowned in 871 at Kingston-upon-Thames.
His issue who reigned:
-EDWARD THE ELDER (*c. 871/2,+924/5).
Died in 899.
Buried firstly in Newminster Abbey, Winchester. Later his remains were moved to Hyde Abbey in Winchester (demolished).
His Queen Ethelswitha was buried firstly in St Mary's Abbey, Winchester. Later her remains were translated to Winchester Cathedral (the tomb has not been preserved).

899-925: EDWARD THE ELDER
Born in c. 871/2.
Father: King Alfred the Great. Mother: Queen Ethelswitha.
Married firstly EGWINA (+901/2; burial place unknown).
Married secondly in c. 901/2 ELFLEDA (+920).
Married thirdly in 920 EDGIVA of Kent (*before 905,+968).
He was crowned in 900 at Kingston-upon-Thames.
His issue who reigned:
-ATHELSTAN (*c. 895,+939; son of Egwina),
-Edgiva (+c. 953; Queen of West Franks; daughter of Elfleda),
-Edith (*910/13,+946/7; Queen of Germany; daughter of Elfleda),
-Elgiva (*/+1005; Duchess of Bohemia; daughter of Elfleda),
-EDMUND I (*c. 920/22,+946; son of Edgiva),
-EDRED (*c. 923/5,+955; son of Edgiva).
Died in 924/5 at Farndon-on-Dee.
Buried in the Old Minster (later Winchester Cathedral) together with his second consort Queen Elfleda. Their tombs have not been preserved.
His third consort Queen Edgiva of Kent was buried in St Augustine's Abbey in Canterbury (the tomb has not been preserved).

925-939: ATHELSTAN
Born in c. 895.
Father: King Edward the Elder. Mother: Queen Egwina.
Unmarried.
He was crowned in 925/5 at Kingston-upon-Thames.
Died in 939 at Gloucester.
Buried in Malmesbury Abbey, Wiltshire (cenotaph only).

939-946: EDMUND I THE MAGNIFICENT
Born in c. 920/22.
Father: King Edward the Elder. Mother: Queen Edgiva of Kent.
Married firstly in c. 940 St ELGIVA (+c. 944/6 Shaftesbury Abbey, Dorset).
Married secondly in c. 946 ETHELFLEDA (+after 975 Shaftesbury Abbey, Dorset).
He was crowned in 939 at Kingston-upon-Thames.
His issue who reigned:
-EDWY THE FAIR (*941/3,+959; son of Elgiva),
-EDGAR THE PEACEFUL (*942/4,+975; son of Elgiva).
Died in 946 at Pucklechurch.
Buried in Glastonbury Abbey, Somerset (no tomb).
His both queens were buried in Shaftesbury Abbey (demolished).

946-955: EDRED
Born in c. 923/5.
Father: King Edward the Elder. Mother: Queen Edgiva of Kent.
Unmarried.
He was crowned in 946 at Kingston-upon-Thames.
Died in 955 at Frome, Somerset.
Buried in the Old Minster (later Winchester Cathedral).

955-959: EDWY THE FAIR
Born in c. 941/3.
Father: King Edmund I the Magnificent. Mother: Queen St Elgiva.
Married in 955/6 ELGIVA (+959 Gloucester).
He was crowned in 956 at Kingston-upon-Thames.
Died in 959 at Gloucester.
Buried with his Queen Elgiva in the Old Minster (later Winchester Cathedral). Their tombs have not been preserved.

959-975: EDGAR THE PEACEFUL
Born in c. 942/4.
Father: King Edmund I the Magnificent. Mother: Queen St Elgiva.
Married firstly in c. 961/2 ETHELFLEDA the Fair (+probably by 965; buried in Wilton Abbey/demolished).
Married secondly in 964/5 ELFRIDA of Devon (*c. 945 Lydford Castle,+before 1002 Wherwell Abbey).
He was crowned in 973 in Bath Abbey with his second consort Elfrida of Devon.
His issue who reigned:
-EDWARD THE MARTYR (*962/3,+978; son of Ethelfleda),
-ETHELRED II (*c. 966/9,+1016; son of Elfrida).
Died in 975 at Winchester.
Buried in Glastonbury Abbey, Somerset (no tomb).
His second consort Queen Elfrida was probably buried in Wherwell Abbey (demolished).

975-978: EDWARD THE MARTYR
Born in c. 962/3.
Father: King Edgar the Peaceful. Mother: Queen Ethelfleda.
Unmarried.
He was crowned in 975 at Kingston-upon-Thames.
Died in 978 at Corfe Castle, Dorset (murdered).
Buried firstly in Wareham Abbey, Dorset. Later his remains were reburied in Shaftesbury Abbey, Dorset and then in the Church of St Edward in Brookwood.

978-1013 and 1014-16: ETHELRED II THE UNREADY
Born in c. 966/9.
Father: King Edgar the Peaceful. Mother: Queen Elfrida of Devon.
Married firstly in c. 980/85 ELGIVA (*c. 963,+1002 Winchester; burial place unknown).
Married secondly in 1002 at Winchester EMMA of Normandy (*c. 985/7 Normandy,+1052 Winchester).
He was crowned in 978/9 at Kingston-upon-Thames.
His issue who reigned:
-EDMUND II (*c. 988/93,+1016; son of Elgiva),
-ST EDWARD THE CONFESSOR (*c. 1003/04,+1066; son of Emma).
Died in 1016 in London.
Buried in St Paul's Cathedral, London (the tomb has not been preserved).
His second consort Queen Emma of Normandy was buried in Winchester Cathedral.

HOUSE OF DENMARK
1013-1014: SWEYN FORKBEARD
(King of Denmark)
Born in c. 960.
Father: King Harold I Bluetooth of Denmark. Mother: Queen Gunhild.
Married Dowager Queen of Sweden GUNHILD (Świętosława) of Poland (*966/72,+1014/16; burial place unknown).
He was never crowned.
His issue who reigned:
-Harold II (*?,+1018; King of Denmark),
-CANUTE (*c. 995,+1035).
Died in 1014 in Gainsborough.
Buried firstly in York, later reburied in Roskilde Cathedral, Denmark (his tomb has not been preserved).

1016: EDMUND II IRONSIDE
Born in c. 988/993.
Father: King Ethelred II of England. Mother: Queen Elgiva.
Married in 1015 at Malmesbury, Wiltshire EDITH (burial place unknown).
He was crowned in 1016 at St Paul's Cathedral, London.
Died in 1016 in Oxford (or in London).
Buried in Glastonbury Abbey (no tomb).

1016-1035: CANUTE (King of Denmark and Norway)
Born in c. 995.
Father: King Sweyn Forkbeard of Denmark and England. Mother: Queen Świętosława (Gunhild) of Poland.
Married in 1017 Dowager Queen of England EMMA of Normandy (+1052).
He was crowned in 1017 at St Paul's in London.
His issue who reigned:
-Sweyn (+1036; King of Norway; illegitimate),
-HAROLD I HAREFOOT (*1016/17,+1040; illegitimate),
-Sweyn (+1036; King of Norway; illegitimate),
-HARDICANUTE (*1018,+1042; son of Emma).
Died in 1035 at Shaftesbury, Dorset.
Buried with his Queen Emma in Winchester Cathedral.

1035-1040: HAROLD I HAREFOOT
Born in c. 1016/17 probably in Northampton.
Father: King Canute of England. Mother: Elgiva of Northampton.
He was crowned in 1037 at Oxford.
Died in 1040 at Oxford.
Firstly buried in Westminster Abbey, London. Later reburied in St Clement Danes Church, London (the tomb has not been preserved).

1040-1042: HARDICANUTE (King of Denmark)
Born in 1018.
Father: King Canute of Denmark and England. Mother: Queen Emma of Normandy.
Unmarried.
He was crowned in 1040 in Canterbury Cathedral.
Died in 1042 in London.
Buried in Winchester Cathedral.

HOUSE OF WESSEX
1042-1066: ST EDWARD THE CONFESSOR

Born in c. 1003/04 at Islip, Oxon.
Father: King Ethelred II of England. Mother: Queen Emma of Normandy.
Married in 1045 EDITH (*c.1020,+1075 London or Winchester).
He was crowned in 1043 in Winchester Cathedral.
Died in 1066 in London.
Buried with his Queen Edith in Westminster Abbey, London.

HOUSE OF GODWIN
1066: HAROLD II

Born in c. 1020/22.
Father: Godwin. Mother: Gytha.
Married in 1064/66 at York Dowager Queen of Wales EDITH (*c.1042,+after 1070 in exile; burial place unknown).
He was crowned in 1066 at St Paul's Cathedral, London.
Died in 1066 at the Battle of Senlac.
Buried firstly on the battlefield. Later his remains were reburied in Waltham Abbey.

NORMAN DYNASTY
1066-1087: WILLIAM I THE CONQUEROR

Born in c. 1027/28 at Falaise, Normandy.
Father: Duke Robert of Normandy. Mother: Herleva.
Married in 1050/52 at Eu, Normandy Countess MATILDA of Flanders (*c.1032,+1083 Caen, Normandy).
He was crowned in 1066 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His consort Matilda of Flanders was crowned in 1068 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His issue who reigned:
-WILLIAM II RUFUS (*1056/60,+1100),
-HENRY I (1068,+1135).
Died in 1087 at Rouen, Normandy.
Buried in St Stephen's Abbey at Caen, Normandy.
His Queen Matilda was buried in the Abbey of the Holy Trinity at Caen, Normandy.

1087-1100: WILLIAM II RUFUS
Born in c. 1056/60 in Normandy.
Father: King William I the Conqueror of England. Mother: Queen Matilda of Flanders.
Unmarried.
He was crowned in 1087 at Westminster Abbey, London.
Died in 1100 at the New Forest, Hampshire (probably murdered).
Buried in Winchester Cathedral (together with King Canute).

1100-1135: HENRY I BEAUCLERC
Born in 1068 at Selby, Yorkshire.
Father: King William I the Conqueror of England. Mother: Queen Matilda of Flanders.
Married firstly in 1100 in London Princess MATILDA of Scotland (*c.1080,+1118 London).
Married secondly in 1121 at Windsor Countess ADELIZA of Louvain (*c.1103/06,+1151 Affligem).
He and his first consort Matilda of Scotland were crowned in 1100 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His second consort Adeliza of Louvain was crowned in 1121 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His issue who reigned:
-Adelaide (or Matilda,*1102,+1167; Empress of Germany; daughter of Matilda).
Died in 1135 near Rouen, Normandy.
Buried in Reading Abbey.
His first consort Queen Matilda of Scotland was buried in Westminster Abbey, London.
His second consort Queen Adeliza of Louvain was buried in Affligem Abbey (modern Belgium).

1135-1154: STEPHEN
Born in c. 1096/97 at Blois, France.
Father: Count Stephen Henry of Blois. Mother: Princess Adela of England.
Married before 1125 Countess MATILDA of Boulogne (*c.1103/05,+1152 Hedingham Castle, Essex).
He was crowned thrice: in 1135 at Westminster Abbey, London, in 1141 at Canterbury Cathedral and in 1146 at Lincoln Cathedral.
His consort Matilda of Boulogne was crowned in 1136 at Westminster Abbey, London.
He was shortly deposed and imprisoned in 1141 but managed to regain his throne.
Died in 1154 at Dover, Kent.
Buried together with his Queen Matilda at Faversham Abbey (demolished).

ANGEVIN DYNASTY
1154-1189: HENRY II

Born in 1133 at Le Mans, Anjou.
Father: Geoffrey Plantagenet of Anjou. Mother: Princess Matilda of England.
Married in 1152 at Poitiers Queen of France ELEANOR of Aquitaine (*c. 1120/22 Poitiers or Bordeaux,+1204 Fontevraud Abbey, France).
He and his consort were crowned in 1154 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His issue who reigned:
-HENRY THE YOUNG (*1155,+1183),
-RICHARD I THE LIONHEART (*1157,+1199),
-Eleanor (*1161,+1214; Queen of Castile),
-Joan (*1165,+1199; Queen of Sicily),
-JOHN LACKLAND (*1166,+1216).
Died in 1189 at Chinon Castle, France.
Buried together with his Queen Eleanor at Fontevraud Abbey, France.

1170-1183: HENRY THE YOUNG KING
Born in 1155 at Bermondsey, Surrey.
Father: King Henry II of England. Mother: Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine.
Married in 1160 in Rouen Princess MARGARET of France (*1158,+1197 Acre).
Crowned firstly in 1170 in Westminster Abbey, London.
He and his consort were crowned in 1172 at Winchester Cathedral.
Died in 1183 at Martel in Quercy, France.
Buried firstly in Le Mans Cathedral, later reburied in Rouen Cathedral, France. His consort Queen Margaret (later Queen of Hungary by marriage to King Béla III) was buried in Tyre Cathedral (modern Lebanon; demolished).

1189-1199: RICHARD I THE LIONHEART (Coeur de Lion)
Born in 1157 at Oxford.
Father: King Henry II of England. Mother: Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine.
Married in 1191 at Limassol, Cyprus Princess BERENGARIA of Navarre (*c.1163/65 Navarre,+c. 1230).
He was crowned in 1189 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His consort Berengaria was crowned in 1191 at the Chapel of St George in Limassol, Cyprus.
Died in 1199 at Chalus, Limousin (France).
Buried at Fontevrault Abbey, France.
His consort Queen Berengaria of Navarre was firstly buried in l'Espan Abbey at Le Mans, France. In 1821 her remains were translated to Le Mans Cathedral.

1199-1216: JOHN LACKLAND
Born in 1166 at Oxford.
Father: King Henry II of England. Mother: Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine.
Married firstly in 1189 at Marlborough Castle, Wiltshire Isabella of Glousester (*before 1176,+1217). Repudiated in 1199.
Married secondly in 1200 at Bordeaux, France Countess ISABELLA of Angoulême (*c.1187,+1246 Fontevrault Abbey, France).
He was crowned in 1199 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His second consort Isabella of Angoulême was crowned in 1200 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His issue who reigned:
-HENRY III (*1202,+1272; son of Isabella of Angoulême),
-Richard (*1209,+1272; German king; son of Isabella of Angoulême),
-Joan (*1210,+1238; Queen of Scotland; daughter of Isabella of Angoulême),
-Isabella (*1214,+1241; Queen of Sicily and Empress of Germany; daughter of Isabella of Angoulême).
Died in 1216 at Newark Castle.
Buried at Worcester Cathedral.
His first consort Princess Isabella was buried in Canterbury Cathedral.
His second consort Queen Isabella of Angoulême was buried at Fontevrault Abbey, France.

HOUSE OF PLANTAGENET
1216-1272: HENRY III

Born in 1207 at Winchester.
Father: King John Lackland of England. Mother: Queen Isabella of Angoulême.
Married in 1236 at Canterbury Cathedral Countess ELEANOR of Provence (*c.1223 Aix-en-Provence, France,+1291 Amesbury Abbey).
He was crowned twice: in 1216 in Gloucester Cathedral and again in 1220 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His consort Eleanor was crowned in 1236 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His issue who reigned:
-EDWARD I (*1239,+1307),
-Margaret (*1240,+1275; Queen of Scotland).
Died in 1272 in London.
Buried at Westminster Abbey.
His Queen Eleanor of Provence was buried in Amesbury Abbey (no tomb).

1272-1307: EDWARD I LONGSHANKS
Born in 1239 in London.
Father: King Henry III of England. Mother: Queen Eleanor of Provence.
Married firstly in 1254 at Burgos, Castile Princess ELEANOR of Castile (*1244/45,+1290 Harby).
Married secondly in 1299 at Canterbury Cathedral Princess MARGARET of France (*1279/82 Paris,+1317/18 Marlborough Castle, Wiltshire).
He was crowned with his first consort Eleanor of Castile in 1274 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His second consort Margaret of France was never crowned.
His issue who reigned:
-Eleanor (*1264,+1298; Queen of Aragon; daughter of Eleanor),
-EDWARD II (*1284,+1327; son of Eleanor).
Died in 1307 at Burgh-on-Sands, Northumberland.
Buried together with his first consort Queen Eleanor of Castile at Westminster Abbey, London.
His second consort Queen Margaret of France was buried in Greyfriars Church, London (no tomb).

1307-1327: EDWARD II
Born in 1284 at Caernarvon Castle, Wales.
Father: King Edward I of England. Mother: Queen Eleanor of Castile.
Married in 1308 at Boulogne, France Princess ISABELLA of France (*1292 Paris,+1358 Castle Rising, Norfolk, or Hertford Castle).
He was crowned with his consort in 1308 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His issue who reigned:
-EDWARD III (*1312,+1377),
-Joan (*1321,+1362; Queen of Scotland).
Died in 1327 at Berkeley Castle (murdered).
Buried in Gloucester Cathedral.
His Queen Isabella of France was buried in Greyfriars Church, London (no tomb).

1327-1377: EDWARD III
Born in 1312 at Windsor.
Father: King Edward II of England. Mother: Queen Isabella of France.
Married in 1328 at York Countess PHILIPPA of Hainaut (*1313/14 Valenciennes or Mons in Flanders, +1369 Windsor).
He was crowned in 1327 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His consort Philippa was crowned twice: in 1328 and in 1330 at Westminster Abbey, London.
Died in 1377 at Sheen Palace, Surrey.
Buried together with his Queen Philippa in Westminster Abbey.

1377-1399: RICHARD II
Born in 1366/67 at Bordeaux, France.
Father: Edward the Black Prince, Prince of Wales. Mother: Princess Joan of Kent.
Married firstly in 1382 in London Princess ANNE of Bohemia (*1366 Prague, +1394 Sheen Palace, Surrey).
Married secondly in 1396 at Calais, France Princess ISABELLA of Valois (*1389 Paris,+1409 Blois, France).
He was crowned in 1377 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His first consort Anne of Bohemia was crowned in 1382 and his second consort Isabella of France in 1397, both at Westminster Abbey, London.
Deposed in 1399 he died in captivity (probably murdered) in 1400 in Pontefract Castle, Yorkshire.
Buried firstly in King's Langley Church. In 1413 reburied in Westminster Abbey, London.
His first consort Queen Anne of Bohemia was buried in Westminter Abbey, London.
His second consort Queen Isabella of France was buried firstly in St Laumer's Abbey, Blois (France). Later reburied in the Church of the Celestines, Paris (demolished).

HOUSE OF LANCASTER
1399-1413: HENRY IV

Born in 1367 at Bolingbroke Castle.
Father: John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster. Mother: Duchess Blanche of Lancaster.
Married firstly in 1380/81 at Rochford, Essex (or at Arundel Castle, Sussex) Mary de Bohun (*1369/70,+1394 Peterborough Castle).
Married secondly in 1403 at Winchester Princess JOAN of Navarre (*1370,+1437 Havering-atte-Bower, Essex).
He was crowned in 1399 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His second consort Joan of Navarre was crowned in 1403 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His issue who reigned:
-HENRY V (*1387,+1422; son of Mary),
-Philippa (*1394,+1430; Queen of Denmark, Norway and Sweden; daughter of Mary).
Died in 1413 in London.
Buried together with his second consort Queen Joan of Navarre in Canterbury Cathedral.
His first consort Princess Mary de Bohun was firstly buried in St Mary's Church, Leicester. She was later reburied at Trinity Hospital, Leicester.

1413-1422: HENRY V
Born in 1387 in Monmouth Castle.
Father: King Henry IV of England. Mother: Mary de Bohun.
Married in 1420 at Troyes Cathedral, France Princess CATHERINE of Valois (*1401 Paris,+1437 London).
He was crowned in 1413 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His consort Catherine of France was crowned in 1421 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His issue who reigned:
-HENRY VI (*1421,+1471).
Died in 1422 at the Castle of Bois-de-Vincennes, France.
Buried together with his Queen Catherine of France in Westminster Abbey, London.

1422-1461 and 1470-1471: HENRY VI
Born in 1421 at Windsor.
Father: King Henry V of England. Mother: Queen Catherine of France.
Married in 1445 at Titchfield Abbey, Hampshire Princess MARGARET of Anjou (*1429 Pont-à-Mousson, Lorraine,+1482 Château Dampierre, Anjou).
He was crowned in 1429 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His consort Margaret of Anjou was crowned in 1445 at Westminster Abbey, London.
He was deposed in 1461 and restored in 1470. Deposed again in 1471.
Died in 1471 (murdered).
Buried firstly in Chertsey Abbey, Surrey. Later reburied in St George's Chapel, Windsor.
His Queen Margaret of Anjou was buried in St Maurice's Cathedral, Angers (France).

HOUSE OF YORK
1461-1470 and 1471-1483: EDWARD IV

Born in 1442 at Rouen, France.
Father: Edmund Tudor. Mother: Margaret Beaufort.
Married in 1464 at the Manor of Grafton Regis, Northants ELIZABETH Wydville (*c. 1437 Grafton Regis, Northants,+1492 London).
He was crowned in 1461 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His consort Elizabeth Wydville was crowned in 1465 in Westminster Abbey, London.
His issue who reigned:
-Elizabeth (*1466,+1503; Queen Consort of England),
-EDWARD V (*1470,+1483).
Deposed in 1470 but restored in 1471.
Died in 1483 in London.
Buried with his Queen Elizabeth in St George's Chapel, Windsor.

1483: EDWARD V
Born in 1470 in London.
Father: King Edward IV of England. Mother: Queen Elizabeth Wydville.
Unmarried.
He was never crowned.
Deposed in 1483.
Died in 1483 (murdered) in London.
Buried firstly in the Tower of London. In 1678 his remains were reburied in Westminster Abbey, London.

1483-1485: RICHARD III
Born in 1452 at Fotheringhay Castle, Northants.
Father: Richard Plantagenet, Duke of York. Mother: Cecily Neville.
Married in 1472 at Westminster Abbey ANNE Neville (*1456 Warwick Castle,+1485 London).
He was crowned with his consort in 1483 at Westminster Abbey, London.
Died in 1485 (killed on a battlefield) at Bosworth Field.
Buried in the Church of Greyfriars, Leicester. During the Reformation his tomb was despoiled and his bones thrown into the River Soar. Reburied in 2015 in Leicester Cathedral.
His Queen Anne was buried in Westminster Abbey, London.

HOUSE OF TUDOR
1485-1509: HENRY VII

Born in 1457 at Pembroke Castle, Wales.
Father: Edmund Tudor. Mother: Margaret Beaufort.
Married in 1486 at Westminster Abbey Princess ELIZABETH of York (*1466 London,+1503 London).
He was crowned in 1485 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His consort Princess Elizabeth of England was crowned in 1487 in Westminster Abbey.
His issue who reigned:
-Margaret (*1489,+1541; Queen of Scotland),
-HENRY VIII (*1491,+1547),
-Mary (*1495/96,+1533; Queen of France).
Died in 1509 at Richmond Palace, Surrey.
Buried with his Queen Elizabeth in Westminster Abbey, London.

1509-1547: HENRY VIII
Born in 1491 at Greenwich.
Father: King Henry VII of England. Mother: Queen Elizabeth of York.
Married firstly in 1509 at Greenwich Princess CATHERINE of Aragon (*1485 Alcalá de Henares,+1536 Kimbolton Castle). She was crowned in 1509 at Westminster Abbey, London.
Married secondly and bigamously in 1533 in London ANNE Boleyn (*1500/01 Blickling Hall, Norfolk,+1536 London). She was crowned in 1533 at Westminster Abbey, London.
Married thirdly in 1536 in London JANE Seymour (*1507/08 Savernake Forest, Withshire;+1537 Hampton Court, Surrey). She was never crowned.
Married fourthly in 1540 at Greenwich Princess ANNE of Cleves (*1515 Düsseldorf,+1557 London). She was never crowned. Marriage was annulled in 1540.
Married fifthly in 1540 at Oatlands Palace, Surrey CATHERINE Howard (*c. 1525 London or Horsham, Sussex,+1542 London). She was never crowned.
Married sixthly in 1543 at Hampton Court, Surrey CATHERINE Parr (*1512 London,+1548 Sudeley Castle).
He was crowned in 1509 at Westminster Abbey, London. She was never crowned.
His issue who reigned:
-MARY I (*1516,+1558; daughter of Catherine of Aragon),
-ELIZABETH I (*1533,+1603; daughter of Anne Boleyn),
-EDWARD VI (*1537,+1553; son of Jane Seymour).
Died in 1547 in London.
Buried at St George's Chapel, Windsor.
His first consort Queen Catherine of Aragon was buried in Peterborough Cathedral.
His second consort Queen Anne Boleyn was buried in the Chapel Royal of St Peter ad Vincula, London.
His third consort Queen Jane Seymour was buried at St George's Chapel, Windsor.
His fourth consort Queen Anne of Cleves was buried in Westminster Abbey, London.
His fifth consort Queen Catherine Howard was buried in the Chapel Royal of St Peter ad Vincula, London.
His sixth consort Queen Catherine Parr was buried in Sudeley Castle Church of St Mary.

1547-1553: EDWARD VI
Born in 1537 at Hampton Court, Surrey.
Father: King Henry VIII of England. Mother: Queen Jane Seymour.
Unmarried.
He was crowned in 1547 at Westminster Abbey, London.
Died in 1553 at Greenwich.
Buried in Westminster Abbey in London.

1553: QUEEN JANE (or: Jane Grey)
Born in 1537 at Bradgate Manor, Leics.
Father: Henry Grey. Mother: Frances Brandon.
Married in 1553 in London Lord GUILFORD Dudley (*1536,+1554 London).
She was never crowned.
Died in 1554 (executed) in London.
Buried with her consort Lord Guilford Dudley in the Chapel Royal of St Peter and Vincula, Tower of London.

1553-1558: MARY I
Born in 1516 at Greenwich.
Father: King Henry VIII of England. Mother: Queen Catherine of Aragon.
Married in 1554 at Winchester Prince PHILIP of Spain, later King Philip II of Spain (*1527 Valladolid, Spain,+1598 Escorial, Spain).
She was crowned in 1553 at Westminster Abbey, London.
Died in 1558 in London.
Buried in Westminster Abbey in London.
Her consort King Philip II was buried at the monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial in Spain.

1554-1558: PHILIP OF SPAIN (not a member of the dynasty)
(King of Spain as Philip II; King of Portugal, Naples and Sicily)
Born in 1527 in Valladolid, Spain.
Father: King Charles I of Spain. Mother: Princess Isabella of Portugal.
Married firstly in 1543 in Salamanca, Spain Princess Maria of Portugal (*1527,+1545).
Married secondly in 1554 at Winchester Queen MARY I of England (*1516 Greenwich,+1558 London).
Married thirdly in 1559 in Toledo, Spain Princess Elizabeth of France (*1545 Fontainebleau,+1568 Aranjuez).
Married fourthly in 1570 in Segovia, Spain Archduchess Anna of Austria (*1549 Cigales,+1580 Madrid).
He was never crowned in England.
His issue who reigned:
-Catherine (*1567,+1597; Duchess of Savoy; daughter of Elizabeth),
-Philip III (*1578,+1621; King of Spain, Portugal, Naples and Sicily; son of Anna).
Died in 1598 in El Escorial near Madrid.
Buried in the Monastery of San Lorenzo de el Escorial, Spain.
His second consort Queen Mary I of England was buried in Westminster Abbey in London.

1558-1603: ELIZABETH I
Born in 1533 in Greenwich.
Father: King Henry VIII of England. Mother: Queen Anne Boleyn.
Unmarried.
She was crowned in 1559 at Westminster Abbey, London.
Died in 1603 at Richmond Palace, Surrey.
Buried in Westminster Abbey in London.

HOUSE OF STUART
1603-1625: JAMES I
(King of Scotland as James VI)
Born in 1566 at Edinburgh, Scotland.
Father: Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley. Mother: Mary, Queen of Scots.
Married in 1589 at Oslo and again in 1590 at Elsinore, Denmark Princess ANNE of Denmark-Norway (*1574 Skanderborg,+1619 Hampton Court near London).
He was crowned together with his consort Anne of Denmark-Norway in 1603 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His issue who reigned:
-Elizabeth (*1596,+1662; Queen of Bohemia),
-CHARLES I (*1600,+1649).
Died in 1625 at Theobalds Park.
Buried with his consort Queen Anne of Denmark in Westminster Abbey, London.

1625-1649: CHARLES I (King of Scotland)
Born in 1600 at Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland.
Father: King James I of England and Scotland. Mother: Queen Anne of Denmark.
Married in 1625 at Canterbury Princess HENRIETTA MARIA of France (*1609 Paris,+1669 Château of St Colombes near Paris).
He was crowned in 1626 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His consort Queen Henrietta Maria of France was never crowned.
His issue who reigned:
-CHARLES II (*1630,+1685),
-JAMES II (*1633,+1701).
Died in 1649 in London (executed).
Buried in St George's Chapel, Windsor.
His Queen Henrietta Maria of France was buried in the Basilica of St Denis near Paris (no tomb).

REPUBLIC IN ENGLAND 1649-1660

KINGDOM OF ENGLAND 1660-1707:
HOUSE OF STUART
1660-1685: CHARLES II
(King of Scotland)
Born in 1630 in London.
Father: King Charles I of England and Scotland. Mother: Queen Henrietta Maria of France.
Married in 1662 in Portsmouth Princess CATHERINE of Braganza (*1638 Vila Viçosa, Portugal,+1705 Lisbon, Portugal).
He was crowned in 1661 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His consort Queen Catherine of Braganza was never crowned.
Died in 1685 in London.
Buried in Westminster Abbey, London.
His consort Queen Catherine of Braganza was firstly buried in the monastery of Bélem, Portugal. Later her remains were translated to the Church of São Vicente de Fora in Lisbon.

1685-1688: JAMES II (King of Scotland as James VII)
Born in 1633 in London.
Father: King Charles I of England and Scotland. Mother: Queen Henrietta Maria of France.
Married firstly in 1660 in London Lady Anne Hyde (*1637 Windsor,+1671 London).
Married secondly in 1673 at Dover, Kent Princess MARY of Modena (*1658 Modena,+1718 St Germain-en-Laye, France).
He was crowned together with his second consort Mary of Modena in 1685 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His issue who reigned:
-MARY II (*1662,+1694; daughter of Anne),
-ANNE (*1665,+1714; daughter of Anne),
-James (*1688,+1766; James III, the Old Pretender; son of Mary).
Deposed in 1688 and exiled in France.
Died in 1701 in St Germain-en-Laye, France.
Buried firstly in the Church of the English Benedictines, Paris. After 1789 reburied in the Church of St Germain-en-Laye.
His first consort Duchess Anne Hyde was buried in Westminster Abbey, London.
His second consort Queen Mary of Modena was buried in the Convent of the Visitation of St Mary, Chaillot near Paris (demolished).

1689-1694: MARY II (Queen of Scotland)
Born in 1662 in London.
Father: King James II of England. Mother: Anne Hyde.
Married in 1677 in London Prince WILLIAM III of Orange (*1650 The Hague,+1702 London).
She was crowned in 1689 at Westminster Abbey, London.
Died in 1694 in London.
Buried with her consort King William III at Westminster Abbey, London.

1689-1702: WILLIAM III (King of Scotland; not a member of the dynasty)
Born in 1650 in The Hague, Holland.
Father: William II, Prince of Orange. Mother: Princess Mary Henrietta of England and Scotland.
Married in 1677 in London Princess MARY of England and Scotland, later Queen Mary II (*1662 London,+1694 London).
He was crowned in 1689 at Westminster Abbey, London.
Died in 1702 in London.
Buried with his Queen Mary II at Westminster Abbey, London.

1702-1714: ANNE (Queen of Scotland)
Born in 1665 in London.
Father: King James II of England. Mother: Anne Hyde.
Married in 1683 in London Prince GEORGE of Denmark (*1653 Copenhagen,+1708 London).
She was crowned in 1702 at Westminster Abbey, London.
Died in 1714 in London.
Buried with her consort Prince George of Denmark at Westminster Abbey, London.

KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN 1707-1801:
HOUSE OF HANOVER
1714-1727: GEORGE I
(Elector of Hanover)
Born in 1660 at Osnabrück, Hanover.
Father: Elector Ernest Augustus of Hanover. Mother: Princess Sophia of Bohemia.
Married in 1682 at Celle Princess Sophia Dorothea of Brunswick-Lüneburg-Celle (*1666 Celle,+1726 Castle of Ahlden, Hanover). Divorced in 1694.
He was crowned in 1714 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His issue who reigned:
-GEORGE II (*1683,+1760),
-Sophia Dorothea (*1685/87,+1706; Queen of Prussia).
Died in 1727 near Osnabrück.
Buried firstly in the Chapel of Leine Schloss, Hanover. In 1957 his remains were translated to Herrenhausen Mausoleum in Hanover.
His consort Duchess Sophia Dorothea was buried in Celle Town Church.

1727-1760: GEORGE II (Elector of Hanover)
Born in 1683 in Hanover.
Father: King George I of Great Britain. Mother: Duchess Sophia Dorothea of Celle.
Married in 1705 in Hanover CAROLINE of Brandenburg-Ansbach (*1683 Ansbach,+1737 London).
He was crowned with his consort in 1727 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His issue who reigned:
-Louise (*1724,+1751; Queen of Denmark).
Died in 1760 in London.
Buried with his Queen Caroline at Westminster Abbey, London.

1760-1820: GEORGE III (Elector and King of Hanover)
Born in 1738 in London.
Father: Frederick Louis, Prince of Wales. Mother: Duchess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg.
Married in 1761 in London Princess CHARLOTTE of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (*1744 Mirow, Mecklenburg-Strelitz,+1818 Kew Palace, Surrey).
He was crowned with his consort in 1761 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His issue who reigned:
-GEORGE IV (*1762,+1830),
-WILLIAM IV (*1765,+1837),
-Charlotte Augusta (*1766,+1828; Queen of Württemberg),
-Ernest I Augustus (*1771,+1851; King of Hanover).
Died in 1820 in Windsor.
Buried together with his Queen Charlotte at St George's Chapel, Windsor.

KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND FROM 1801:
(After 1921: Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)
HOUSE OF HANOVER
1820-1830: GEORGE IV
(King of Hanover)
Born in 1762 in London.
Father: King George III of Great Britain. Mother: Queen Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz.
Married firstly and morganatically in 1785 in London Maria Anne FitzHerbert (*1756 Brambridge,+1837 Brighton).
Married secondly in 1795 in London Princess CAROLINE of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel (*1768 Brunswick,+1821 London).
He was crowned in 1821 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His consort Caroline of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel was never crowned.
Died in 1830 in Windsor.
Buried at St George's Chapel, Windsor.
His first wife Maria FitzHerbert was buried in the Church of St John the Baptist at Brighton.
His second consort Queen Caroline of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel was buried at Brunswick Cathedral.

1830-1837: WILLIAM IV (King of Hanover)
Born in 1765 in London.
Father: King George III of Great Britain. Mother: Queen Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz.
Married in 1818 at Kew Palace, Surrey Princess ADELAIDE of Saxe-Meiningen (*1792 Meiningen/Thuringia,+1849 Stanmore, Middlesex).
He was crowned with his consort in 1831 at Westminster Abbey, London.
Died in 1837 in Windsor.
Buried together with his Queen Adelaide at St George's Chapel, Windsor.

1837-1901: VICTORIA
Born in 1819 in London.
Father: Edward, Duke of Kent. Mother: Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfield.
Married in 1840 in London Prince ALBERT of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (*1819 Coburg,+1861 Windsor).
She was crowned in 1838 at Westminster Abbey, London.
Her issue who reigned:
-Victoria (*1840,+1901; Empress of Germany),
-EDWARD VII (*1841,+1910),
-Alice (*1843,+1878; Grand Duchess of Hesse-Darmstadt),
-Alfred (*1844,+1900; Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha).
Died in 1901 at Osborne House, Isle of Wight.
Buried together with his consort Prince Albert at Royal Mausoleum, Frogmore, Windsor.

HOUSE OF SAXE-COBURG-GOTHA (FROM 1917: HOUSE OF WINDSOR)
1901-1910: EDWARD VII

Born in 1841 in London.
Father: Prince Albert, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Mother: Queen Victoria of Great Britain.
Married in 1863 in Windsor Princess ALEXANDRA of Denmark (*1844 Copenhagen,+1925 Sandringham).
He was crowned with his consort in 1902 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His issue who reigned:
-GEORGE V (*1865,+1936),
-Maud (*1869,+1938; Queen of Norway).
Died in 1910 in London.
Buried together with his Queen Alexandra of Denmark at St George's Chapel, Windsor.

1910-1936: GEORGE V
Born in 1865 in London.
Father: King Edward VII of Great Britain. Mother: Queen Alexandra of Denmark.
Married in 1893 in London Duchess MARY of Teck (*1867 London,+1953 London).
He was crowned with his consort in 1911 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His issue who reigned:
-EDWARD VIII (*1894,+1972),
-GEORGE VI (*1895,+1952).
Died in 1936 at Sandringham.
Buried together with his Queen Mary of Teck at St George's Chapel, Windsor.

1936: EDWARD VIII
Born in 1894 at Richmond.
Father: King George V of Great Britain. Mother: Queen Mary of Teck.
Married in 1937 at Château de Cande, France Wallis Simpson (*1896 Blue Ridge Summit, USA,+1986 Paris, France).
He was never crowned.
Abdicated in 1936. Exiled in France until his death. Governor of the Bahamas during WWII.
Died in 1972 in Paris.
Buried together with his consort Wallis, Duchess of Windsor, at Frogmore Royal Burial Ground, Windsor.

1936-1952: GEORGE VI
Born in 1895 at Sandringham.
Father: King George V of Great Britain. Mother: Queen Mary of Teck.
Married in 1923 in London ELIZABETH Bowes-Lyon (*1900 London,+2002 Windsor).
He was crowned with his consort in 1937 at Westminster Abbey, London.
His issue who reigned:
-ELIZABETH II (*1926).
Died in 1952 at Sandringham.
Buried together with his Queen Elizabeth at St George's Chapel, Windsor.

FROM 1952: ELIZABETH II
Born in 1926 in London.
Father: King George VI of Great Britain. Mother: Queen Elizabeth.
Married in 1947 in London Prince PHILIP of Greece (*1921 Corfu, Greece).
She was crowned in 1952 at Westminster Abbey, London.
Issue of marriage: Charles (*1948), Anne (*1950), Andrew (*1960), Edward (*1964).

TOMBS OF ENGLISH AND BRITISH SOVEREIGNS

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The mortuary chest of King EGBERT in Winchester Cathedral (England)

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The mortuary chest of King ETHELWULF in Winchester Cathedral (England)

01. The remains of the burial site of Kings ETHELBALD and ETHELBERT in Sherborne Abbey (England).
02. The plaque on the site of burial of Kings ETHELBALD and ETHELBERT in Sherborne Abbey (England).

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The mediaeval brass to King ETHELRED I in Wimborne Minster (England)


























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The cenotaph to King ATHELSTAN in Malmesbury Abbey (England)

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The mortuary chest of King EDRED in Winchester Cathedral (England)





















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The mortuary chest of King EDWARD THE MARTYR in St Edward's Church, Brookwood (England)

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The memorial plaque to the buried whose tombs were lost in the Great Fire of 1666 mentioning King ETHELRED THE UNREADY,
St Paul's Cathedral, London (England)

























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The mortuary chest of King CANUTE and his Queen EMMA in Winchester Cathedral (England)

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The tomb of King HARDICANUTE in Winchester Cathedral (England)








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The tomb of King HAROLD II in Waltham Abbey (England)

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The tomb of King WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR
in St Stephen's Abbey, Caen (France)

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The mortuary chest of King WILLIAM II RUFUS in Winchester Cathedral (England)

01. The burial place of King HENRY I in Reading Abbey (England).
02. The tomb of Queen ADELIZA OF LOUVAIN, consort of King Henry I in Affligem Abbey (Belgium).


















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The tombs of King HENRY II (right) and his Queen ELEANOR OF AQUITAINE in Fontevraud Abbey (France)

Photo courtesy of Mr Alexander Krischnig
















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The tomb of King RICHARD I THE LIONHEART in Fontevraud Abbey (France)

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The tomb of King JOHN LACKLAND in Worcester Cathedral (England)

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The tomb of Queen ISABELLA OF ANGOULÊME, consort of King John Lackland, in Fontevraud Abbey (France)




































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The tomb of King EDWARD II in Gloucester Cathedral (England)






































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The tomb of King HENRY IV and his Queen JOAN OF NAVARRE in Canterbury Cathedral (England)




































































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The tomb of King RICHARD III in Leicester Cathedral (England)















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The tomb of Queen CATHERINE OF ARAGON, consort of King Henry VIII, in Peterborough Cathedral (England)

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The tomb of Queen CATHERINE PARR, consort of King Henry VIII, in Sudeley Castle Church of St Mary (England)










































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The tomb of King PHILIP II, consort of Queen Mary I, in the Monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial (Spain)


































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The name of Queen HENRIETTA MARIA, consort of King Charles I,  appearing on the memorial plaque of the royalties buried in the Ossarium of St Denis Basilica (France)

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The tomb of Queen CATHERINE BRAGANZA, consort of King Charles II in São Vicente Church, Lisbon (Portugal)

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The tomb of King JAMES II in the Church of St Germain-en-Laye (France)










































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The memorial plaque in Herrenhausen Mausoleum in Hanover (Germany) to King GEORGE I, who is buried there.






































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The tomb of Queen CAROLINE OF BRUNSWICK, consort of King George IV, in Brunswick Cathedral (Germany)

FOREIGN ROYAL BURIALS IN GREAT BRITAIN

BURY ST EDMUNDS:
Mary of England, Queen of France, consort of Louis XII

DOWNPATRICK:
Magnus III, King of Norway

FARNBOROUGH:
01. Eugenia, Empress of the French, consort of Emperor Napoleon III
02. Napoleon III, Emperor of the French

HAILES:
Richard of Cornwall, German King and his Queen Sanchia of Provence

LONDON:
01. Blanche of Artois, Queen of Navarre, consort of Henry I the Fat
02. Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of Bohemia, consort of King Frederick of the Palatinate
03. Joan of England, Queen of Scotland, consort of King David II
04. Mary I, Queen of France and Scotland, consort of King Francis II of France

LONDON-RICHMOND:
James IV, King of Scotland

MONTACUTE:
Edmund, King of Scotland

OXFORD:
Beatrice of Falkenburg, Queen of Germany, consort of King Richard of Cornwall

TARRANT-CRAWFORD:
Joan of England, Queen of Scotland, consort of King Alexander II

WINDSOR:
01. Augusta of Great Britain, Duchess of Brunswick, consort of Duke Charles William Ferdinand
02. George V, King of Hanover

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THE ENGLISH AND BRITISH REGALIA

The most important items of the English regalia are on public display in the Tower of London and include:
-St Edward’s Crown (1661),
-Imperial State Crown (1937),
-Sovereign’s Sceptre (1661),
-Sovereign’s Sceptre with Dove (1661),
-Crown of Queen Mary of Modena (1685),
-Queen’s Sceptre (1685),
-Queen Mary II’s Sceptre (1689),
-Sovereign’s Orb (1661),
-Queen Mary II’s Orb (1689),
-Five Swords of State,
-Queen Victoria’s Diamond Crown (1870),
-Queen Mary’s Crown (1911),
-Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother’s Crown (1937),
-Ampulla and the Coronation Spoon (1661 and 12th century) and other items.

Queen Alexandra’s Crown (1902) is kept in the Museum of London.

The oldest surviving piece of English regalia is the Crown of Queen Isabella (14th c., also called the Crown of Princess Blanche), kept at the Residenz Palace in Munich, Bavaria. This crown was given by the King of France, Charles VI the Mad, to his daughter Isabella of Valois when she married Richard II of England in 1396. Henry IV, who seized the crown in 1400, presented it to his daughter Princess Blanche on her wedding to Louis III, Count Palatine. The Gothic crown of the open type (corona aperta) is made of gold and decorated with numerous pearls and gems.

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The Crown of Queen Isabella (14th century)


ENGLISH CORONATIONS IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER
(Year, venue, name of the crowned):
839 KINGSTON: Ethelwulf
856 VERBERIE: Judith, consort of Ethelwulf
858 KINGSTON: Ethelbald
860/1 KINGSTON: Ethelbert
865/6 KINGSTON: Ethelred
871 KINGSTON: Alfred the Great
900 KINGSTON: Edward the Elder
924/5 KINGSTON: Athelstan
939 KINGSTON: Edmund the Magnificent
946 KINGSTON: Edred
956 KINGSTON: Edwy the Fair
959 KINGSTON: Edgar the Peaceful (first coronation)
973 BATH: Edgar the Peaceful and Elfrida
975 KINGSTON: Edward the Martyr
979 KINGSTON: Ethelred II the Unready
1016 LONDON: Edmund II Ironside
1017 LONDON: Canute
1037 OXFORD: Harold I Harefoot
1040 CANTERBURY: Hardicanute
1043 WINCHESTER: St Edward the Confessor
1045 WINCHESTER: Edith, consort of St Edward the Confessor
1066 LONDON: Harold II
1066 LONDON: William I the Conqueror
1068 LONDON: Matilda of Flanders, consort of William I the Conqueror
1087 LONDON: William II Rufus
1100 LONDON: Henry I and Matilda of Scotland
1121 LONDON: Adeliza of Louvain, consort of Henry I
1135 LONDON: Stephen
1136 LONDON: Matilda of Boulogne, consort of Stephen
1141 CANTERBURY: Stephen (second coronation)
1146 LINCOLN: Stephen (third coronation)
1154 LONDON: Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine
1159 WORCESTER: Eleanor of Aquitaine, consort of Henry II
1170 LONDON: Henry the Young (first coronation)
1172 WINCHESTER: Henry the Young and Margaret of France
1189 LONDON: Richard I Lionheart
1191 LIMASSOL: Berengaria of Navarre, consort of Richard I Lionheart
1199 LONDON: John Lackland
1200 LONDON: Isabella of Angoulême, consort of John Lackland
1216 GLOUCESTER: Henry III (first coronation)
1220 LONDON: Henry III (second coronation)
1236 LONDON: Eleanor of Provence, consort of Henry III
1274 LONDON: Edward I Longshanks and Eleanor of Castile
1308 LONDON: Edward II and Isabella of France
1327 LONDON: Edward III
1328 LONDON: Philippa of Hainault, consort of Edward III
1377 LONDON: Richard II
1382 LONDON: Anne of Bohemia, consort of Richard II
1397 LONDON: Isabella of France, consort of Richard II
1399 LONDON: Henry IV
1403 LONDON: Joan of Navarre, consort of Henry IV
1413 LONDON: Henry V
1421 LONDON: Catherine of France, consort of Henry V
1429 LONDON: Henry VI
1445 LONDON: Margaret of Anjou, consort of Henry VI
1461 LONDON: Edward IV
1465 LONDON: Elizabeth Wydville, consort of Edward IV
1483 LONDON: Richard III and Anne Neville
1485 LONDON: Henry VII
1487 LONDON: Elizabeth of York, consort of Henry VII
1509 LONDON: Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon
1533 LONDON: Anne Boleyn, consort of Henry VIII
1547 LONDON: Edward VI
1553 LONDON: Mary I
1559 LONDON: Elizabeth I
1603 LONDON: James I and Anne of Denmark-Norway
1626 LONDON: Charles I
1661 LONDON: Charles II
1685 LONDON: James II and Mary of Modena (the Anglican coronation)
1685 LONDON: James II and Mary of Modena (the Catholic coronation)
1689 LONDON: Mary II and William III
1702 LONDON: Anne
1714 LONDON: George I
1727 LONDON: George II and Caroline of Brandenburg-Ansbach
1761 LONDON: George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz
1821 LONDON: George IV
1831 LONDON: William IV and Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen
1838 LONDON: Victoria
1902 LONDON: Edward VII and Alexandra of Denmark
1911 LONDON: George V and Mary of Teck
1937 LONDON: George VI and Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon
1953 LONDON: Elizabeth II


Sweyn Forkbeard, Edward V and Edward VIII were never crowned

01. The standard of King William the Conqueror, 11th c.
02. English royal standard, 1195-1327.
03. English royal standard, 1327-1407.
04. English royal standard, 1407-1603.
05. British royal standard, 1603-1689 and 1702-1707.
06. British royal standard, 1689-1702.
07. British royal standard, 1707-1714.
08. British royal standard, 1714-1800.
09. British royal standard, 1801-1816.
10. British royal standard, 1816-1837.
11. British royal standard since 1837.
12. The standard of Prince Albert (consort of Queen Victoria), 1840-1861.
13. The standard of Queen Alexandra of Denmark (consort of King Edward VII), 1901-1925.
14. The standard of Queen Mary of Teck (consort of King George V), 1910-1953.
15. The standard of Queen Elizabeth (consort of King George VI), 1936-2002.
16. The standard of Prince Philip (consort of Queen Elizabeth II), since 1952.















Select Bibliography
Cannon J. & Hargreaves A.: Dictionary of Kings & Queens of Britain, London 2005
Flaggenbuch, Berlin 1905
Flags of All Nations, London 1930
Flags of Maritime Nations, Washington 1899
Fraser A. (ed.): The Lives of the Kings & Queens of England, London 2000
Kannik P.: Alverdens flag i farver, København 1956
Le Gras M. A.: Album des pavillons, guidons, flammes de toutes les puissances maritimes, Paris 1858
Morby J. E.: Dynasties of the World. A Chronological and Genealogical Handbook, Oxford 1989
Pavillons des puissances maritimes en 1819, [Paris 1819?]
Siegel R.: Die Flagge, Berlin 1912
Smith W.: Flags-Throughout Ages and across the World, Maidenhead 1975
Weir A.: Britain's Royal Families. The Complete Genealogy, London 2002
Williamson D.: The National Portrait Gallery History of The Kings and Queens of England, London 2000
Znamierowski A.: Illustrated Book of Flags, London 2003

ENGLISH AND BRITISH CORONATION CHURCHES

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BATH ABBEY/ENGLAND (Kingston Buildings).
Here were crowned:
973: Edgar the Peaceful and Elfrida

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CANTERBURY CATHEDRAL/ENGLAND (Canterbury, The Precincts).
Here were crowned:
1040: Hardicanute
1141: Stephen (second coronation)

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GLOUCESTER CATHEDRAL/ENGLAND (Gloucester, College Green).
Here was crowned:
1216: Henry III (first coronation)

KINGSTON UPON THAMES/ENGLAND (now Greater London).
Here were crowned:
839: Ethelwulf
858: Ethelbald
860/1: Ethelbert
865/6: Ethelred
871: Alfred the Great
900: Edward the Elder
924/5: Athelstan
939: Edmund the Magnificent
946: Edred
956: Edwy the Fair
959: Edgar the Peaceful (first coronation)
975: Edward the Martyr
979: Ethelred II the Unready

LIMASSOL CASTLE, CHAPEL OF ST GEORGE/CYPRUS
(Lemesos, Kastro tis Lemesu, Odos Rihardu kai Berenkarias).
Here was crowned:
1191: Berengaria of Navarre, consort of Richard I Lionheart

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LONDON, WESTMINSTER ABBEY/ENGLAND (London, Dean's Yard).
Here were crowned:
1066: William I the Conqueror
1068: Matilda of Flanders, consort of William I the Conqueror
1087: William II Rufus
1100: Henry I and Matilda of Scotland
1121: Adeliza of Louvain, consort of Henry I
1135: Stephen
1136: Matilda of Boulogne, consort of Stephen
1154: Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine
1170: Henry the Young
1189: Richard I Lionheart
1199: John Lackland
1200: Isabella of Angoulême, consort of John Lackland
1220: Henry III (second coronation)
1236: Eleanor of Provence, consort of Henry III
1274: Edward I Longshanks and Eleanor of Castile
1308: Edward II and Isabella of France
1327: Edward III
1328: Philippa of Hainault, consort of Edward III
1377: Richard II
1382: Anne of Bohemia, consort of Richard II
1397: Isabella of France, consort of Richard II
1399: Henry IV
1403: Joan of Navarre, consort of Henry IV
1413: Henry V
1421: Catherine of France, consort of Henry V
1429: Henry VI
1445: Margaret of Anjou, consort of Henry VI
1461: Edward IV
1465: Elizabeth Wydville, consort of Edward IV
1483: Richard III and Anne Neville
1485: Henry VII
1487: Elizabeth of York, consort of Henry VII
1509: Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon
1533: Anne Boleyn, consort of Henry VIII
1547: Edward VI
1553: Mary I
1559: Elizabeth I
1603: James I and Anne of Denmark
1626: Charles I
1661: Charles II
1685: James II and Mary of Modena (the Anglican coronation)
1689: Mary II and William III
1702: Anne
1714: George I
1727: George II and Caroline of Brandenburg-Ansbach
1761: George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz
1821: George IV
1831: William IV and Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen
1838: Victoria
1902: Edward VII and Alexandra of Denmark
1911: George V and Mary of Teck
1937: George VI and Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon
1953: Elizabeth II

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LONDON, ST PAUL’S CATHEDRAL/ENGLAND (London, Saint Paul's Church Yard).
Here were crowned:
1016: Edmund II Ironside 1017: Canute 1066: Harold II 

LONDON/ENGLAND, PALACE OF WHITEHALL
Here were crowned:
1685: James II and Mary of Modena (the Catholic coronation).

The Palace of Whitehall was destroyed in the 1698 fire. Remains of the palace were later incorporated into other buildings.

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LINCOLN CATHEDRAL/ENGLAND (Lincoln, Minster Yard).
Here was crowned:
1146: Stephen (third coronation)

OXFORD/ENGLAND
Here was crowned:
1037: Harold I Harefoot

VERBERIE SUR OISE/FRANCE
Here was crowned:
856: Judith, consort of Ethelwulf

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WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL/ENGLAND (Winchester, The Close/Great Minster St).
Here were crowned:
1043: St Edward the Confessor
1045: Edith, consort of St Edward the Confessor
1172: Henry the Young and Margaret of France

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WORCESTER CATHEDRAL/ENGLAND (Worcester, College Yard).
Here was crowned:
1159: Eleanor of Aquitaine, consort of Henry II