King Edward

King Edward has been the name of several monarchs in English history:

  • Edward the Elder (c. 871–924)
  • Edward the Martyr (c. 962–978)
  • Edward the Confessor (c. 1004–1066)
  • Edward I of England (1239–1307)
  • Edward II of England (1284–1327)
  • Edward III of England (1312–1377)
  • Edward IV of England (1442–1483)
  • Edward V of England (1470–1483?)
  • Edward VI of England (1537–1553)
  • Edward VII of the United Kingdom (1841–1910)
  • Edward VIII of the United Kingdom (1894–1972)

King Edward may also refer to other monarchs:

  • Edward of Portugal (Port: Duarte) (1391–1438)
  • Edward Bruce (c. 1275–1318), High King of Ireland
  • Edward Balliol (c. 1282–1364), King of Scots, considered a usurper

King Edward may refer to the following places:

  • King Edward, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
  • King Edward Avenue
  • King Edward Village, Dickens, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

King Edward may also refer to:

  • King Edward Hotel (Jackson, MS, USA), a former hotel-now-National Landmark in Jackson, Mississippi
  • King Edward VII class battleship
  • King Edward Hotel (Toronto), Ontario, Canada
  • King Edward's School (disambiguation)
  • King Edward potato
  • Edward the Benevolent, predecessor to Graham as King of Daventry in the King's Quest series of PC games

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King Edward, Aberdeenshire - Etymology
... The name itself has nothing to do with any "King Edward", but is a corruption of an earlier Scottish Gaelic name ... The first element "King", usually appears as "kin" in Scottish placenames, and derives from "Ceann" meaning a headland ... The parish of King Edward has had approx 24 variations of the name Kynedor (12th Century), Kynedward and Kinedart to name a few ...
... During the reign of King Henry VIII the antiquary John Leland prepared an abstract of the Scalacronica which he included in his Collectanea ... However as King notes, although the prologue sets out a plan for a history of Britain, the Scalacronica is a universal chronicle from the creation of the world which includes summaries of the histories of ... The chief historical value of the work is in the parts dealing with the reigns of King Edward I, King Edward II, and King Edward III which draw on the ...
Cecily Bonville, 7th Baroness Harington - First Marriage
... He was the eldest son of King Edward's queen consort, Elizabeth Woodville by her first husband, Sir John Grey of Groby, a Lancastrian knight who had been killed in ... proposed and arranged by Queen Elizabeth Woodville, who, with assistance from King Edward, persuaded Cecily's stepfather and legal guardian Baron Hastings to agree to the match ... shared the same mistress, Jane Shore with his stepfather King Edward ...
Crown In Saskatoon - Education - Grade Schools
... May I say how pleased I am to be here in a school named after my great-grandfather, King George V ... to the University of Saskatchewan and was re-opened in tandem with the coronation of King George V in 1911 ... King George School is named for King George V, who reigned over Canada between 1910 and 1936 ...

Famous quotes by king edward:

    Some friendship is closely akin to treachery.
    —Robert N. Lee. Rowland V. Lee. King Edward IV (Ian Hunter)