Government

Seven Monarchs For 465 Days


7 current and future monarchs of the United Kingdom Were alive at the same time for 465 days.

Between November 9, 1683, and February 6, 1685, (465 days), the nation now known as the United Kingdom had seven current and future monarchs alive at the same time.

Charles II

  • Born: May 29, 1630
  • Reign (King of Scotland): January 30, 1649 – September 3, 1651
  • Reign (King of England, Scotland, and Ireland): May 29, 1660 – February 6, 1685
  • Died: February 6, 1685

James II (of England and Ireland) / James VII (of Scotland)

  • Born: October 14, 1633
  • Reign: February 6, 1685 – December 23, 1688
  • Died: December 23, 1688

Mary II

  • Born: April 30, 1662
  • Reign: February 13, 1689 – December 28, 1694
  • Died: December 28, 1694

William III (of England and Ireland) / William II (of Scotland)

  • Born: November 4, 1650
  • Reign: February 13, 1689 – March 8, 1702
  • Died: March 8, 1702

Anne

  • Born: February 6, 1665
  • Reign: March 8, 1702 – August 1, 1714
  • Died: August 1, 1714

George I

  • Born: June 7, 1660
  • Reign: August 1, 1714 – June 11, 1727
  • Died: June 22, 1727

George II

  • Born November 9, 1683
  • Reign: June 22, 1727 – October 25, 1760
  • Died October 25, 1760


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