William I "The Conqueror" of Normandy - 23rd Paternal Great Grandfather

William the Conqueror, The Actual Last Viking

william the conqueror - William I, usually known as William the Conqueror and sometimes William the Bastard, was the first Norman King of England, reigning from 1066 until his death in

William II Rufus (1056 - 1100). Third son of King William I and Queen Matilda of Flanders. His father gave England in his will. He died in a hunting accident and never married.

William II Rufus - Third son of King William I and Queen Matilda of Flanders. His father left him the crown of England in his will. William II died in a hunting accident and never married.

Take a stroll through San Antonio's historic King William District, a 25-block area near downtown on the south bank of the San Antonio River. In the late 1800's the King William District was the most elegant residential area in the city.

TEXAS: San Antonio - The historic King William District, a area near downtown on the south bank of the San Antonio River. In the late the King William District was the most elegant residential area in the city.

King William IV (Willam Henry Hanover), born August 21,1765, died June 20, 1837.  He was the King of United Kingdom from  June 1830 till his death in 1837. He was the 3rd son of King Georg III . He was responsible for many reforms in U K. his two daughters did not survive him. Hence King William IV was succeeded by his niece Queen Victoria.

In royal terms Victoria won the lotto since her Uncles - the sons of George III - had trouble producing heirs. She succeeded her Uncle, WILLIAM IV - King from 1830 -

Take a walk through King William District, San Antonio, TX to see all historic houses.

Native recommendation: Take a walk through King William District, San Antonio, TX to see all historic houses.

William III King of England, Scotland and Ireland was born on this day 4th November, 1650 in Holland, On the day after his 38th birthday he landed at Torbay, Devon with an army of English and Dutch troops, and when Parliament declared the throne empty he was proclaimed king (William III (1650–1702), as Prince of Orange in Garter Robes)

King William III as Prince of Orange in Garter Robes. There are four different portraits of William of Orange in Attingham's Collection, acquired by different members of the family. This Painting is too large to move and is still on display in

Portrait of William I - William the Conqueror (c1028 - 1087), married Matilda of Flanders c1050, became King of England on 25 Dec. 1066 and reigned until 9 Sept 1087.

King William I (William the Bastard) William the Conqueror House of Normandy 1066 - 1087 - Pictify - your social art network

This is King William Street station which was the first station to be closed. it was abandoned in 1899

This is King William Street station which was the first station to be closed. it was abandoned in Formerly the terminus of the City and South London Railway which ran from Stockwell to King William Street.

King William IV (1830-1837). House of Hanover. 3rd great-granduncle to Elizabeth II. Reign: 6 yrs, 11 mos, 24 days. Succeeded by niece, Victoria.

WILLIAM IV 'Silly Billy' was George Ill's third son, born in Nobody expected him to become king and so he was sent into the navy - hence his more flattering nickname, 'The Sailor King'.

King William III and Queen Mary II (1689-1702). House of Orange. 2nd cousin 8 times removed to Elizabeth II. Reign: 13 yrs 21 days. Succeeded by Mary's sister, Anne.

King William III and Queen Mary II House of Orange. cousin 8 times removed to Elizabeth II. Succeeded by Mary's sister, Anne.

Württemberg Diamond Diadem. Created using diamonds, gold, silver by court jeweler August Heinrich Kuhn, it was presented to Queen Pauline in 1820, the year of her marriage to first cousin King William I of Württemberg. He transferred some of the diamonds from the Württemberg state crown to help fill this diadem. That’s Pauline wearing the diadem in the portrait below.

Pauline Therese Luise of Württemberg, Queen Consort of Württemberg; by Georg Friedrich Erhardt, before She was the daughter of Louis of Württemberg. She was married to William I King of Württemberg.

In 1820 Duchess Pauline of Wurttemberg married her cousin's widow, King William I of Wurttemberg. Made by August Heinrich Kuhn using diamonds that were in the Wurttemberg crown.

This Tiara Tuesday, we have a fabulous diamond diadem commissioned by a guy who really didn't get that whole "happy wife, happy life" thing. This is Queen Pauline of Wurttemberg's diadem, and boy howdy, is it a looker.

Husband of Mary II - William III & II (Dutch: Willem III; 4 Nov 1650 – 8 Mar 1702) was a sovereign Prince of Orange of the House of Orange-Nassau by birth. From 1672 he governed as Stadtholder William III of Orange (Dutch: Willem III van Oranje) over Holland, Zeeland, Utrecht, Gelderland, and Overijssel of the Dutch Republic. From 1689 he reigned as William III over England & Ireland.   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_III_of_England

King William III was Prince of Orange (in Holland) of the House of Orange-Nassau by birth. In 1689 he became King William III of England and Ireland.

Queen Pauline Therese, Queen consort of King William I, wearing her Diamond Tiara, Württemberg (19th c.; diamonds).

Queen Pauline Therese, Queen consort of King William I, wearing her Diamond Tiara, Württemberg c.

College of William and Mary.  Chartered on February 8, 1693 by King William III and Queen Mary II of England.  Williamsburg

Thanks for not kicking me out, letting me learn stuff and helping me devour Paul's Deli cheese fries for four years, College of William and Mary.

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