Henry III

  • (noun): Son of King John and king of England from 1216 to 1272; his incompetence aroused baronial opposition led by Simon de Montfort (1207-1272).
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Lord Mayors Of Cork - Former Office Holders - Provost of Cork
... Year Name During Reign of 1199 John Despencer King John 1236 Walter Eynoff Henry III 1249 Elias Stakepole Henry III 1251 John Wenchedon Henry III 1252 ...
Henry III, Count Of Luxembourg
... Henri III, Count of Luxembourg (died 1096) was count of Luxembourg (1086–1096), in succession to his father Conrad ... Luxembourg (963–1354) Elder House of Luxembourg (963–1136) Siegfried Henry I Henry II Giselbert Conrad I Henry III William I Conrad II House of Namur (1136–1189) Henry IV House of ...
Silesian Piasts - Fragmentation and Turn To Bohemia
... After Henry's death in 1241 his brother Bolesław II ruled on behalf of his underage brothers ... Bolesław established the duchy of Legnica, Konrad I Glogow, Henry III kept Wroclaw together with Ladislaus, who would become archbishop of Salzburg ... The reign of duke Henry IV Probus was exemplary for the position of Silesias duchies in the area of tension between Poland and Bohemia ...
Bolko I The Strict - Life
... (Löwenberg) as co-rulers, and their older brother Henry V the Fat retained Legnica ... his modest inheritance from the growing power of Henry IV Probus, Duke of Wroclaw ... of Ascania engaged him in an armed conflict with the German King Rudolf I of Habsburg and Henry IV Probus ...
Descendants Of Henry IV Of France
... Henry IV of France was the first Bourbon king of France ... succeeded to the French throne with the extinction of House of Valois, at the death of Henry III of France ... brother and heir presumptive of King Henry III, died ...

More definitions of "Henry III":

  • (noun): Son of Henry II of France and the last Valois to be king of France (1551-1589).

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    Knavery seems to be so much a the striking feature of its inhabitants that it may not in the end be an evil that they will become aliens to this kingdom.
    —George III (1738–1820)