HENRY V OF ENGLAND

Who was King Henry V of England and what was significant about his reign?

TIME-LINE AND ADDITIONAL FACTS ON KING HENRY V OF ENGLAND. HENRY WAS THE SON OF HENRY IV AND THE FATHER OF HENRY VI OF ENGLAND

THE TIME-LINE OF HENRY V OF ENGLAND

   1386
  • 9TH AUGUST Henry Was Born the Son Of Henry Of Bolingbroke And Mary Bohun At Monmouth Castle, Monmouth, Principality Of Wales
1388
  • Henry's Brother Thomas Of Lancaster, Is Born
1389
  • 20TH JUNE Henry's Brother John of Lancaster, Is Born
1390
  • 3RD OCTOBER Henry's Brother Humphrey Of Lancaster Is Born.
1392
  • Henry's Sister Blanche Of England, Is Born
1394
  • 4th June Henry's Sister Philippa Of England Is Born and His Mother Mary De Bohun Died in Childbirth
1398
  • Henry Father Went into Exile, And Henry Went Into The Care Of Richard II Of England
  • Henry Visited Trim Castle in County Meath,
1399
  • 3RD FEBRUARY Grandfather John of Gaunt, 1st Duke Of Lancaster Died.
  • 30TH SEPTEMBER Richard II England Is Deposed, And Henry's Father, Henry Bolingbroke” Is Now King of England
  • 13TH OCTOBER Coronation of  Henry IV  King Of England; Henry is crowned by Thomas Arundel, Archbishop of Canterbury.
  • Henry Spent Time at The Queen's College, Oxford, Under The Care Of His Uncle Henry Beaufort, The Chancellor Of The University
  • 10TH NOVEMBER: Henry Is Prince of Wales, Duke Of Lancaster And Duke Of Cornwall
1400
  • Henry is Duke of Aquitaine
  • 14TH FEBRUARY Henry's Cousin Deposed Richard II Of England Is Dead.
  • Henry Was High Sheriff of Cornwall.
  • King Henry IV quashed the Welsh rebellion led by Owain Glyndwr who had declared himself Prince of Wales with the help of Henry.
1402
  • 6TH JULY Henry's Sister Blanche Of England, Married Louis III, Elector Palatine in Lund Cathedral
1403
  • 7TH FEBRUARY Henry's Father Henry IV Married  Joanna Of Navarre
  • 23RD FEBRUARY The coronation of Henry's step-mother Joanna Of Navarre. Joanna was crowned by Thomas Arundel, Archbishop of Canterbury
  • 21ST JULY The Battle of Shrewsbury, Henry And His Father Are Commanders For The English,  Result Decisive Royalist Victory Henry Was Almost Killed By An Arrow That Became Stuck In His Face John Bradmore Was The Surgeon Who Saved Henry Life.
1405
  • King Henry IV suffered from an unnamed illness some belief leprosy, and suffered recurring illnesses up to his death
1406
  • 26TH OCTOBER Henry's Sister Philippa Of England Married Eric, King Of Denmark, Sweden, And Norway
1408
  • Henry Sister Blanche Of England is made Lady of The Garter
1409
  • Henry Is Lord Warden Of The Cinque Ports
  • 22ND MAY Henry Sister Blanche Of England, Died
1410
  • JANUARY: Helped By His Uncles Henry Beaufort And Thomas Beaufort – Legitimized Sons Of John of Gaunt
  • The health of King Henry IV was so bad that Henry took over many of his kingly duties
1411
  • NOVEMBER Henry's Brother Thomas Married Margaret Holland
1413
  • 20TH MARCH: Henry IV England Is Dead, And Henry Is Now King Of England
  • 9TH APRIL Henry Is Crowned King Of England Fifth of His Name. henry ism crowned by Thomas Arundel, Archbishop of Canterbury At Westminster Abbey
1414
  • Henry Created His Brother John Created Earl Of Kendal, Earl Of Richmond And Duke Of Bedford
1415
  • JULY 31ST Henry is informed of the Southampton Plot against him; he has the leaders arrested and executed, before invading France.
  • 18TH SEPTEMBER 22ND The Siege of Harfleur, Henry And His Brother Thomas Are Commanders For The English and are instrumental in defeating amassed army of French knights
  • 25TH OCTOBER The Battle Of Agincourt, Henry And His Uncle Edmund Of Langley Are Commanders For The English.
       (Decisive English Victory)
1415
  • JULY 31ST Henry is informed of the Southampton Plot against him; he has the leaders arrested and executed, before invading France
  • 18TH AUGUST - SEPTEMBER 22ND The Siege of Harfleur, Henry And His Brother Thomas Are Commanders For The English and are instrumental in defeating amassed army of French knights
1416
  • 9-11TH MARCH The Battle of Valmont Between England And France
  • 15TH AUGUST The Treaty of Canterbury
1417
  • Henry begins using English in correspondence (back to England from France whilst on the campaign), marking the beginning of this king's continuous usage of English in prose, and the beginning of the restoration of English as an official language for the first time since the Norman Conquest, some 350 years earlier.
  • The use of street lighting is first recorded in London, England when Sir Henry Barton, the mayor, orders lanterns with lights to be hung out on the winter evenings, between Hallowtide and Candlemas.
1418
  • 29TH JULY-19TH JANUARY 1419 The Siege of Rouen. Henry Is Commander For The English Result (English Victory)
1419
  • 19TH JANUARY Hundred Years' War: Rouen surrenders to Henry, which brings Normandy under the control of England
1420
  • 21ST MAY The Treaty of Troyes
  • 2ND JUNE Henry Married Catherine Of Valois Parish Church of St John or at Troyes Cathedral. Catherine’s dowry, upon the agreement between the two kingdoms, was 600,000 crowns
  • JUNE TO JULY: Henry's Army Besieged And Took The Castle At Monter
  • Henry commences construction of the ship Grace Dieu.
1421
  • Henry returned to England for the first time in three and half years
  • 23RD  FEBRUARY The coronation of Catherine Of Valois. Catherine is crowned bHenry Chichele, Archbishop of Canterbury in Westminster Abbey
  • . Henry and his wife Catherine   went on a royal progress around the country.
  • 22ND MARCH The Battle Of Baugé, Battle Between France, Scotland And England, Thomas Henry's Brother Is Commander For The English,
       Result Franco-Scottish Victory
  • 10TH JUNE: Henry Sailed Back to France
  • 6TH OCTOBER-10TH MAY 1422 The Siege of Meaux: Henry Is Commander For The English
  • 6TH DECEMBER Henry's Son, Henry VI England Is Born
1422
  • 22ND MARCH: Thomas Of Lancaster1st Duke Of Clarence Henry Brother Died Killed At The At The Battle Of Baugé.
       Result Franco-Scottish Victory
  • 2ND MAY Capture of MeauxHundred Years' War – Result: Meaux surrenders to the English.
  • 31ST AUGUST: Henry V of England Died of Dysentery At Château de Vincennes, Vincennes, Kingdom of France
 
Henry V of England Was Buried On the  7th November 1422 at Westminster Abbey, London

EXTRA FACTS ON HENRY V OF ENGLAND

  • Henry was King of England for nine years, Henry was also known as Prince Hal and Also Known as Henry of Monmouth.

 

  • Henry was the Son of Henry IV of England and a Great-grandson of the late Edward III of England.

 

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  • Henry promoted the use of the English language in government, and his reign marks the appearance of Chancery Standard English as well as the adoption of English as the language of record within Government. He was the first king to use English in his personal correspondence since the Norman conquest, which had occurred 350 years earlier

 

 

  • Henry's wife and Queen consort was the younger sister of Isabel of Valois, the Queen consort of the late Richard II of England.

 

  • The Southampton Plot was a conspiracy to replace King Henry V with Edmund Mortimer, 5th Earl of March. Who was a great, great grandson of Edward III England.

 

 

  • Henry never met his son, During the Siege of Meaux, he became sick with dysentery and died while he was listening to the 51st Psalm,

 

  • Shortly before his death, Henry named his brother John of Lancaster, 1st Duke of Bedford, regent of France in the name of his son Henry VI of England

POLITICAL POSITIONS IN THE COURT OF HENRY V OF ENGLAND

FICTIONAL PORTRAYALS OF HENRY V OF ENGLAND

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