Monarchs of Britain
Monarchs of Britain
802AD
Details

 
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 VI
Villages Mentioned
Battle (William the Conqueror prevails)
Bodiam (The finest ruined castle in the Country)
Burwash (The home of Rudyard Kipling)
Flimwell (300 local people beheaded)
Hurst Green (The Youngest Highwayman on record)
Newenden (Alfred the Great's Fort)
Robertsbridge (The Home of Modern Cricket)
Salehurst (Richard the Lion Heart's Gift)
Sedlescombe (Best gunpowder in Europe)
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