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King - Notable Historical Events

Pompey the GreatSep 28, -48

CharlemagneDec 5, 771

MacbethAug 15, 1040

Henry IVJul 17, 1054

King Philip IMay 23, 1059

Thomas BecketDec 29, 1170

Frederick IJul 30, 1178

Richard IJul 12, 1191

SaladinSep 2, 1192

Edward IIIJan 25, 1327

AlfonsoApr 2, 1416

ColumbusApr 15, 1493

Ludovico SforzaApr 8, 1500

Henry VIIIApr 21, 1509

Francisco PizarroAug 29, 1533

Thomas CromwellApr 15, 1534

Anne of ClevesJun 24, 1540

Henry IIMar 31, 1547

James VIJul 24, 1567

Tycho BraheFeb 11, 1575

Walter RaleighJul 17, 1603

Guy FawkesNov 5, 1605

James IAug 7, 1606

Charles IMar 27, 1625

Louis XIVMay 14, 1643

Oliver CromwellJun 14, 1645

Charles IIFeb 5, 1649

George IAug 1, 1714

HandelJan 12, 1723

William Pitt SrApr 6, 1757

KamehamehaMay 1, 1785

NapoleonMay 26, 1805

Louis XVIIIApr 26, 1814

James MonroeDec 4, 1816

Charles DarwinMar 6, 1836

Victor Emmanuel IIFeb 18, 1861

BismarckJul 13, 1870

Mackenzie KingNov 12, 1909

George VMay 6, 1910

Richard Bedford BennettAug 7, 1930

Edward VIIIJan 20, 1936

FDRJun 11, 1939

Adolf HitlerNov 19, 1940

Benito MussoliniJul 25, 1943

Nat King ColeJun 14, 1946

Menachem BeginJul 23, 1946

Elizabeth IIFeb 6, 1952

J. R. R. TolkienOct 20, 1955

Martin Luther King Jr.Jan 30, 1956

Martin LutherOct 19, 1960

J. Edgar HooverNov 18, 1964

Billie Jean KingSep 12, 1965

Virginia WadeSep 5, 1968

Quincy JonesApr 15, 1972

George ForemanSep 1, 1973

Bobby RiggsSep 20, 1973

Nolan RyanApr 27, 1983

Betsy KingMar 25, 1984

Weird Al YankovicMay 19, 1984

Hulk HoganApr 7, 1986

BB KingJan 21, 1987

Rodney KingMar 3, 1991

Wayne GretzkyApr 10, 1991

Norodom SihanoukSep 24, 1993

Marlon BrandoApr 5, 1996

Neil SimonApr 11, 1996

Stephen KingJun 19, 1999

Charlize TheronFeb 29, 2004

Natalie PortmanFeb 27, 2011

George ClooneyMar 16, 2012

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King - Historical Events
Date Event
1457

Battle of Megiddo (15thC BC) between Egyptian Thutmose III and a large Canaanite coalition under King of Kadesh. First battle recorded with a reliable account .

1178

A solar eclipse may have marked the return of Odysseus, legendary King of Ithaca, to his kingdom after the Trojan War.

752

Romulus, first king of Rome, celebrates the first Roman triumph after his victory over the Caeninenses, following the Rape of the Sabine Women.

612

Killing of Sinsharishkun, King of Assyrian Empire. Destruction of Nineveh.

597

Babylonians capture Jerusalem, replace Jehoiachin with Zedekiah as king.

539

King Cyrus The Great of Persia marches into the city of Babylon, releasing the Jews from almost 70 years of exile and making the first Human Rights Declaration.

529

The international day of Cyrus the Great, king of Persia, who declared the first charter of human rights in the world also known as Cyrus Cylinder.

522

Darius I of Persia kills Magian usurper Gaumâta, securing his hold as king of the Persian Empire.

168

Battle of Pydna: Romans under Lucius Aemilius Paullus defeat and capture Macedonian King Perseus, ending the Third Macedonian War.

49

Julius Caesar's general Gaius Scribonius Curio is defeated in the Second Battle of the Bagradas River by the Numidians under Publius Attius Varus and King Juba of Numidia. Curio commits suicide to avoid capture.

48

Pompey the Great is assassinated on orders of King Ptolemy of Egypt after landing in Egypt.

BC
AD
143-05-21

Earliest known date in Amer-pre Mayan king Harvest-Bergvorst installed

439-10-19

The Vandals, led by King Gaiseric, take Carthage in North Africa.

455-06-02

King Gaiseric & the Vandals sack Rome - Rome looted for 14 days

476-08-23

Odoacer proclaimed King of of Italy, 1st barbarian King of Italy

489-08-28

Theodoric, king of the Ostrogoths defeats Flavius Odoacer at the Battle of Isonzo, forcing his way into Italy.

493-03-03

Ostrogoten King Theodorik the Great beats Odoaker

498-12-25

French King Clovis baptises himself

502-03-29

King Gundobar of Burgundy delegates royal power

502-10-23

The Synodus Palmaris, called by Gothic king Theodoric the Great, discharges Pope Symmachus of all charges, thus ending the schism of Antipope Laurentius.

506-02-02

King Alarik II of Visigoten delegates Lex Romania Visigothorum out

524-06-21

Godomar, King of the Burgundians, defeats the Franks at the Battle of Vézeronce.

533-12-15

Byzantine general Belisarius defeats the Vandals, commanded by King Gelimer, at the Battle of Ticameron.

538-03-12

Witiges, king of the Ostrogoths, ends his siege of Rome and retreats to Ravenna, leaving the city in the hands of the victorious Roman general, Belisarius.

546-12-17

Gothic War (535-554): The Ostrogoths of King Totila conquer Rome by bribing the Byzantine garrison.

550-01-16

Gothic War (535-552): The Ostrogoths, under King Totila, conquer Rome after a long siege, by bribing the Isaurian garrison.

585-10-23

Burgundy king Guntram opens synod of Mâcon (Mastico)

587-11-28

Treaty of Andelot: King Guntram of Burgundy names cousin Childebert II as heir

590-02-15

Khosrau II, the last great Sasanian king is crowned King of Persia

590-03-09

Bahram Chobin is crowned as king Barham VI of Persia.

694-11-09

Spanish King Egica accuses Jews of aiding Moslems/sentenced to slavery

711-07-19

Muslim forces under Tariq ibn Ziyad defeat the Visigoths led by their king Roderic.

754-07-28

Pope Stephen II, [III] makes Pippin de Korte, King of France

771-12-05

Charlemagne becomes the sole King of the Franks after the death of his brother Carloman.

833-06-30

Louis, king of Austria, crowned

845-11-22

845 : the first King of all Brittany, Nominoe defeats the Frankish king Charles the Bald at the Battle of Ballon near Redon.

869-10-09

Charles the Bare crowned king of Lotharingen

876-01-31

Charles becomes king of Italy

879-04-10

Louis III becomes King of West Francia.

881-08-03

Battle at Saucourt: French King Louis III beats the Vikings

887-11-11

Parliament in Tribur: King Charles III resigns

888-01-13

Odo, Count of Paris, becomes King of the Franks.

896-02-22

Pope Formosa crowned king Arnulf of Karinthie/French emperor

910-08-05

The last major Viking army to raid England is defeated at the Battle of Tettenhall by the allied forces of Mercia and Wessex, led by King Edward and Earl Aethelred.

911-11-08

Duke Koenraad I chosen German king

911-11-10

Conrad I elecect German King

919-05-12

Duke Henry of Saxony becomes King Henry I of Oostfrankischreich

922-06-09

French republic chooses Robert I, King of France

923-06-15

Battle of Soissons: King Robert I of France is killed and King Charles the Simple is arrested by the supporters of Duke Rudolph of Burgundy.

927-05-27

Battle of the Bosnian Highlands: Simeon I of Bulgaria is defeated by King Tomislav of Croatia.

933-03-15

Battle at Riade: German King Henry I beats Magyaren

936-08-07

Otto I the Great becomes King of Germany

936-08-08

German king Otto I the Great crowned

939-10-02

Battle at Andernach: King Otto & Hermann of Zwaben beat Eberhard of France & Giselbert of Lutherans

939-10-27

Edmund I succeeds Athelstan as King of England.

951-09-23

Otto I the Great becomes king of Italy

954-11-12

Lotharius becomes king of France

955-08-10

Battle of Lechfeld: Otto I, King of the Germans defeats the Hungarian, ending 50 years of Magyar invasion of Western Europe.

959-10-01

Edgar I, the Peaceful, becomes king of all England.

961-05-26

German King Otto II crowned

962-02-02

Pope John XII crowns German King Otto I the Great Emperor

979-04-14

Challenge to throne of King Aethelred II of England

979-06-08

Louis V de Luie, crowned King of France

986-03-02

Louis V becomes King of the Franks.

987-06-19

Louis IV, crowned king of France

987-07-03

Hugh Capet (Hugh the Great) crowned King of the Franks

987-12-30

French King Hugo Capet crowns his son Robert the compassionate king

1000-09-09

Battle of Svolder, Baltic Sea. King Olaf on board the Long Serpent defeated in one of the greatest naval battles of the Viking Age.

1000-12-25

Monarch Istvan crowned king of Hungary

1002-06-06

German King Henry II the Saint crowned

1002-11-13

English king Ethelred II (the 'Unready') launches 'St Brice's Day' massacre of Danish settlers

1004-05-15

Henry II the Saint crowned king of Italy

1014-04-23

King Brian Boru of Ireland defeats Viking forces at Battle of Clontarf freeing Ireland from foreign control

1016-11-30

Cnut the Great (or Canute), King of Denmark, claims the English throne after the death of Edmund 'Ironside'.

1024-09-04

Conrad II (the Elder) chosen as King of Germany

1024-09-08

Duke Koenraad II chosen German king

1025-04-18

Bolesław Chrobry is crowned in Gniezno, becoming the first King of Poland.

1026-03-23

Koenraad II crowns himself king of Italy

1027-05-14

Robert II, the Vrome, names son Henry I, king of France

1028-04-14

German emperor Conrad II the Sailor crowns his son Henry III, king

1031-07-20

Henry I succeeds father Robert II as King of France

1032-02-02

Conrad II, Holy Roman Emperor becomes King of Burgundy, succeeding Rudolf III

1034-11-25

Malcolm II, King of Scots (Máel Coluim mac Cináeda) (b. 980) dies; Donnchad, the son of his second daughter Bethóc and Crínán of Dunkeld, inherits the throne.

1040-05-21

King Henry III gives Utrecht the Groninger currency

1040-08-15

King Duncan I of Scotland killed in battle against his first cousin and rival Macbeth (not murdered in his sleep as per Shakespeare's play). The latter does succeed him as King.

1043-04-03

Edward the Confessor crowned king of England

1046-08-23

King Henry III gives money to Utrecht Deventer diocese

1046-12-20

Synod of Sutri: German King Henry III removes Popes Gregory VI

1054-07-17

Emperor Henry III crowns his son Henry IV king

1059-05-23

Henri I crowns his son compassionate King Philip I of France

1060-12-06

Béla I of Hungary is crowned king of Hungary

1064-04-30

German King Henry IV gives away Utrecht county of West Friesland

1066-01-06

King Harald of England crowned

1066-09-25

The Battle of Stamford Bridge; an English army under King Harold Godwinson beat the invading Norwegians led by King Harald Hardrada and Harold's brother Tostig, who were both killed. Three weeks later Harold died fighting the Normans at Hastings.

1066-12-25

Duke William of Normandy ('William the Conqueror) crowned king of England

1071-08-19

Battle at Manzikert: Seldjuken sultan Alp Arslan beats Byzantine King

1075-06-09

Battle at Homburg/Unstrut: German King Henry IV beats Saksen

1075-10-08

Dmitar Zvonimir is crowned king of Croatia.

1076-01-24

Synod of Worms: German King Henry IV fires Pope Gregory VII

1077-01-21

German King Heinrich IV petitions Pope Gregory VII for forgiveness

1077-01-28

German King Henry IV is absolved by Holy Roman Emperor Pope Gregory VII after his penitent Walk to Canossa.

1084-03-31

Anti-pope Clemens crowns German King Hendrik IV as Holy Roman Emperor

1085-05-25

King Alfonso VI of Castily/Leon occupy Toledo on Moren

1086-10-23

Battle of az-Zallaqah: Army of Yusuf ibn Tashfin defeats the forces of Castilian King Alfonso VI

1095-02-25

Council of Rockingham: bishop Anselmus vs King William II Rufus

1099-01-06

Henry V crowned German king

1100-08-02

King William II of England (William Rufus) is killed by an arrow shot by Sir Walter Tyrell while hunting in the New Forest.

1100-08-05

Henry I is crowned King of England in Westminster Abbey

1100-12-25

Boudouin I of Boulogne crowned king of Jerusalem

1106-09-28

Battle at Tinchebrai: English King Henry I beats his brother Robert

1108-08-03

Louis VI, "the Fat One," King of France, crowned

1111-02-12

German King Hendry V arrives at St Peter, Rome

1111-04-13

Pope Paschalis II crowns Roman catholics-German king Hendrik II

1121-08-12

Battle of Didgori: the Georgian army under King David the Builder wins a decisive victory over the famous Seljuk commander Ilghazi.

1124-04-27

David I becomes King of Scots.

1125-08-30

Duke Lotharius of Supplinburg elected king of Germany

1125-09-13

Duke Lotharius of Supplinburg crowned as German king Lotharius III

1130-12-25

Anti-pope Anacletus II crowns Roger II the Norman king of Sicily

1131-10-25

Crowning of Louis VII the Young, King of France

1135-12-22

Norman nobles recognize Stefanus van Blois as English king

1138-03-07

Conrad II von Hohenstaufen re-elected German king

1138-03-13

German king Koenraad II von Hohenstaufen crowned

1139-07-25

Count Alfonso I of Portugal proclaimed King

1141-02-02

Battle of Lincoln: King Stephen captured by forces loyal to Empress Matilda and commanded by Robert, 1st Earl of Gloucester

1143-10-05

The king Alfonso VII of Leon recognises Portugal as a Kingdom.

1147-10-25

King Afonso I of Portugal occupiers Lisbon

1153-05-24

Malcolm IV becomes King of Scots

1153-11-06

Treaty of Wallingford (Oxfordshire) signed between King Stephen and the Empress Maude

1154-12-19

King Henry II of England crowned

1156-05-28

Battle at Brindisi: Norman-Sicillian King William beats Byzantine fleet under John Doukas and Alexios Bryennios

1157-10-23

The Battle of Grathe Heath ends the civil war in Denmark. King Sweyn III is killed and Valdemar I restores the country.

1158-01-11

Vladislav II of Bohemia becomes king

1170-12-29

Assassination inside Canterbury Cathedral of Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury by followers of King Henry II; he subsequently becomes a saint and martyr in the Anglican Church and the Roman Catholic Church.

1178-07-30

Frederick I (Barbarossa), Holy Roman Emperor, crowned King of Burgundy

1180-09-18

Philip Augustus becomes king of France.

1184-06-15

King Magnus V of Norway is killed at the battle of Fimreite.

1189-07-06

Richard the Lionheart is crowned King of England.

1191-07-12

English King Richard I / the Lionheart & Crusaders defeat Saracens in Palestine

1191-08-20

Crusader King Richard I kills 3,000 muslim prisoners in Akko

1192-04-28

Assassination of Conrad of Montferrat (Conrad I), King of Jerusalem, in Tyre, two days after his title to the throne confirmed by election. Killing carried out by Hashshashin.

1192-09-02

Ottoman Sultan Saladin & King Richard the Lion-hearted of England sign treaty over Jerusalem, at end of the Third Crusade

1192-09-21

English king Richard I the Lion hearted, captured by by Leopold V, Duke of Austria

1194-02-04

100,000 ransom is paid for Richard I, King of England

1194-05-02

King Richard I of England gives Portsmouth its first Royal Charter.

1194-06-29

Sverre is crowned King of Norway.

1198-09-05

Philips van Zwaben Hohenstaufen crowned king of Roman Catholic Germany

1199-03-25

Richard I, Lion Heart, King o f England, is wounded by a crossbow bolt while fighting France which leads to his death on April 6.

1202-04-28

King Philip II throws out John without Country, from France

1204-06-01

King Philip Augustus of France conquers Rouen.

1205-01-06

Philip of Swabia becomes King of the Romans.

1205-03-06

Aken, [Philips van Zwaben], crowned Roman-Catholic German King

1207-07-15

King John of England expels Canterbury monks for supporting Archbishop of Canterbury Stephen Langton.

1208-11-11

Otto van Wittelsbach chosen German king

1209-10-04

Pope Innocent II crowns German king Otto of Wittelsbach

1210-11-01

King John of England begins imprisoning Jews

1212-12-09

Frederick II (later also Holy Roman Emperor) crowned King of Germany in Mainz.

1213-05-15

King John of England names Stephen Langton as Archbishop of Canterbury

1214-07-02

Battle of La Roche-aux-Moines (Angers), part of King John of England attempt to reclaim Normandy from France

1214-07-27

1st battle of Bouvines - King Philips II vs Emperor Otto IV

1215-03-04

King John of England makes an oath to the Pope as a crusader to gain the support of Innocent III.

1215-05-12

English barons serve ultimatum on King John; leads to Magna Carta

1215-06-15

King John signs Magna Carta at Runnymede, near Windsor, England

1215-07-23

Frederick II crowned King of the Romans (King of the Germans) in Aachen

1216-10-12

King John of England loses his crown jewels in The Wash, probably near Fosdyke, perhaps near Sutton Bridge

1216-10-19

King John of England dies at Newark-on-Trent and is succeeded by his nine-year-old son Henry.

1217-09-12

French prince Louis & English King Henry III sign peace treaty

1219-06-15

King Valdemar brought victory for Denmark

1220-04-26

German king Frederick II grants bishops sovereign rights

1223-07-14

Louis VIII becomes King of France upon the death of his father, Philip II

1229-03-18

Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II crowns himself King of Jerusalem

1241-04-13

Battle at Theiss: Mongols beat Hungarian King Béla IV

1248-11-23

Conquest of Seville by the Christian troops under King Ferdinand III of Castile.

1252-07-01

King Alfonso X "el Sabio" of Castile/Leon crowned

1253-07-06

Mindaugas is crowned King of Lithuania.

1259-12-04

Treaty of Paris: English King Henry III & French King Louis IX

1260-10-24

The spectacular Cathedral of Chartres is dedicated in the presence of King Louis IX of France; the cathedral is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

1263-08-19

King James I of Aragon censors Hebrew writing

1264-05-14

Battle of Lewes, 2nd Barons' War: Simon de Montfort the younger, Earl of Leicester, defeats English King Henry III

1269-06-19

King Louis IX of Frances decrees all Jews must wear a badge of shame

1270-10-30

The Eighth Crusade and siege of Tunis ended by agreement between Charles I of Sicily (brother to King Louis IX of France, who had died months earlier) and the sultan of Tunis.

1272-11-20

Edward I proclaimed King of England

1272-11-21

Following Henry III of England's death on November 16, his son Prince Edward becomes King of England.

1273-10-01

Earl Rudolf van Habsburg becomes Roman Catholic-German king

1275-05-23

King Edward I of England orders cessation of persecution of French Jews

1276-05-24

Magnus Ladulås is crowned King of Sweden in Uppsala Cathedral.

1282-03-30

The people of Sicily rebel against the Angevin king Charles I, in what becomes known as the Sicilian Vespers.

1282-09-04

King Pedro III of Aragonorth annexes Sicily

1282-11-09

Pope Martinus IV excommunicates king Pedro III of Aragonorth

1287-01-17

King Alfonso III of Aragon invades Minorca.

1287-01-21

The treaty of San Agayz is signed. Minorca is conquered by King Alfons III of Aragon.

1290-07-12

Jews are expelled from England by order of King Edward I

1290-07-18

King Edward I of England orders expulsion of Jews

1290-10-09

Last of 16,000 English Jews expelled by King Edward I, leaves

1291-05-10

Scottish nobles recognize authority of English king Edward I

1291-11-28

Eleanor of Castile, wife of King Edward I of England, dies in Northamptonshire. Crosses are erected where her body rests on the way to London.

1292-11-17

(O.S.) John Balliol becomes King of Scots.

1293-05-20

King Sancho IV of Castile creates the Study of General Schools of Alcalá.

1295-11-27

English King Edward I calls what later became known as "The Model Parliament" extending the authorities of its representatives

1296-01-09

Earl Floris V signs accord with French King

1298-06-23

Duke Albrecht von Habsburg crowned King of Germany

1298-07-27

Albert (Albrecht) I, son of Rudolf of Habsburg, crowned King of the Germans

1300-05-24

King Philip IV occupies Flanders, Earl Gwijde captured

1303-09-08

Anagni: French King Philip IV captures Pope Boniface VIII

1304-07-20

Wars of Scottish Independence: Fall of Stirling Castle - King Edward I of England takes the last rebel stronghold of the war.

1306-03-25

Robert the Bruce crowned Robert I, King of Scots, having killed his rival John Comyn, Lord of Badenoch

1306-07-22

King Phillip the Fair, orders expulsion of Jews out of France

1307-01-18

German king Albrecht I makes his son Rudolf king of Bohemia

1307-07-15

Duke Henrik of Corinthia chosen as King of Bohemia

1307-10-13

French King Philip IV convicts templars because of heresy

1309-07-26

Henry VII is recognized King of the Romans by Pope Clement V.

1310-08-31

German king Heinrich VII makes his son Johan king of Bohemia

1317-01-09

Phillips V, the Tall, crowned king of France

1320-01-20

Duke Wladyslaw Lokietek becomes king of Poland

1322-10-14

Robert the Bruce of Scotland defeats King Edward II of England at Byland, forcing Edward to accept Scotland's independence

1325-01-07

Afonso IV succeeds Dionysius as King of Portugal

1327-01-25

King Edward III accedes to the English throne

1327-02-01

Teenaged Edward III is crowned King of England, but the country is ruled by his mother Queen Isabella and her lover Roger Mortimer.

1327-11-02

King Alfonso IV of Aragon crowned

1328-05-27

French King Philip VI Valois crowned

1328-08-23

King Philip VI of France, crowned

1331-09-08

Stefan Dušan declares himself king of Serbia

1336-08-12

English King Edward III ends wool export to Flanders

1338-06-16

German monarch declares pope & king's decree redundant

1340-01-26

English king Edward III proclaimed king of France

1340-10-30

Battle of Rio Salado Battle (or Tarifa): King Afonso IV of Portugal and King Alfonso XI of Castile defeat Sultan Abu al-Hasan 'Ali of Morocco and Yusuf I of Granada, last Marīnids invasion of Iberian Peninsula

1346-10-17

Battle of Neville's Cross: King David II of Scotland is captured by Edward III of England at Calais, and imprisoned in the Tower of London for eleven years.

1347-07-11

Heir to the Bohemian throne elected German anti-king Charles IV

1349-01-30

Gunther of Schwarzburg chosen German anti-king

1350-08-29

Battle of Winchelsea (or Les Espagnols sur Mer): The English naval fleet under King Edward III defeats a Castilian fleet of 40 ships.

1351-03-04

Ramathibodi becomes King of Siam.

1352-01-06

French King Jean II introduces Order of the Star

1355-11-02

English invasion army under king Edward lands at Calais

1356-01-20

Edward Balliol abdicates as King of Scots.

1356-09-19

English forces under The Black Prince defeat French at Battle of Poitiers and capture the French King during the Hundred Years War

1360-07-27

Danish King Waldemar IV destroys Visby Gotland

1366-10-12

King Frederick III of Siciliy forbids decorations on synagogues

1367-11-19

League of Cologne goes against Danish king Waldemar IV

1370-05-24

Hanzesteden signs peace treaty with Danish king Waldemar IV

1371-01-22

King Robert II Stuart of Scotland crowned

1377-06-22

Richard II succeeds Edward III as king of England

1380-11-14

King Charles VI of France crowned at age 12

1380-11-16

French King Charles VI declares no taxes for ever

1383-10-22

The 1383-1385 Crisis in Portugal: A period of civil war and disorder began when King Fernando died without a male heir to the Portuguese throne.

1384-10-16

Jadwiga is crowned King of Poland, although a woman.

1385-04-06

John, Master of the Order of Aviz, is made king John I of Portugal.

1386-03-04

Władysław II Jagiełło (Jogaila) was crowned King of Poland.

1387-02-24

King Charles III of Naples and Hungary is assassinated at Buda.

1389-02-24

Battle at Falköping: Danes defeat King Albert of Sweden

1389-10-30

French King Charles VI visits pope Clemens VII

1394-09-17

Jews are expelled from France by order of King Charles VI

1399-08-19

King Richard II of England surrenders to his cousin Henry

1399-09-30

King Richard II of England abdicates

1403-07-21

Battle of Shrewsbury fought by Percys against King Henry IV

1408-12-12

Order of the Dragon: The Order of the Dragon was first created on December 12, 1408 by Emperor Sigismund, then King of Hungary, and his wife Queen Barbara of Celje following the battle for possession of Bosnia.

1410-07-15

Battle of Grunwald (2nd Battle of Tannenburg), one of the largest battles of medieval Europe, during Poland-Lithuanian Teutonic War. Polish King Władysław Jagiełło (Jogaila) and Lithuanian Grand Duke Vytautas led defeat against Teutonic Ulrich von Jungingen

1413-03-21

Henry V becomes King of England.

1413-04-09

Henry V is crowned King of England.

1413-06-07

King Ladislaw of Naples occupies Rome

1415-08-13

King Henry V of England army lands on mouth of Seine River

1416-04-02

Alfonso V succeeds his father as king of Aragon

1420-05-21

Treaty of Troyes following Englsh victory at Agincourt: Henry V of England and his heirs would inherit the throne of France upon the death of King Charles VI of France

1422-08-31

Henry VI, becomes King of England at the age of 9 months.

1422-10-28

Charles V's son succeeds him as king Charles VII of France

1428-02-05

King Alfonso V, orders Sicily's Jews to attend conversion sermons

1429-07-17

Dauphin crowned king of France

1431-12-16

King Henry VI of England crowned king of France

1435-08-05

Battle at Ponza: king Alfonso V of Aragon captured by Genuezen

1435-09-21

Treaty of Atrecht: Philip of Bourgondy vs French King Charles II

1437-12-27

Albrecht II von Habsburg becomes king of Bohemia

1438-01-01

Albrecht II von Habsburg becomes king of Hungary

1438-03-18

Albrecht II von Habsburg becomes king of Germany

1438-07-07

French church/King Charles VII release Pragmatieke Sanctie of Bourges

1440-04-09

Christopher of Bavaria is appointed King of Denmark.

1442-06-12

King Alfonso V of Aragon occupies Naples

1442-07-12

King Alfonso V of Aragon becomes king of Naples

1448-09-28

Christian I is crowned king of Denmark.

1450-05-08

Jack Cade's Rebellion-Kentishmen revolt against King Henry VI

1454-03-06

Thirteen Years' War: Delegates of the Prussian Confederation pledge allegiance to Casimir IV of Poland, and the Polish king agrees to help in their struggle for independence from the Teutonic Knights.

1454-08-22

Jews are expelled from Brunn Moravia by order of King Ladislaus

1455-05-22

Opening battle in England's 30-year War of the Roses. Richard of York takes St Albans, capturing King Henry VI

1458-01-24

Matthias I Corvinus chosen king of Hungary

1458-03-02

Hussite George van Podiebrad chosen king of Bohemia

1460-07-10

Wars of Roses: Richard of York defeats King Henry VI at Northampton

1460-12-30

Wars of the Roses: Battle of Wakefield (Northern England), Duke of York killed and his forces soundly defeated by forces for King Henry VI

1461-03-04

Battle of Towton: Duke Edward of York beats English queen Margaretha, Edward IV recognised as king of England in place of Henry IV

1461-06-28

Edward IV crowned king of England

1464-06-19

French King Louis XI forms postal service

1465-10-05

French King Louis XI signs peace with Charles the Stout

1467-01-30

Battle at Velke Kostolany: Hung king Mátyás Corvinus beats Bratrici

1468-10-14

Treaty of Peronne: Duke Charles the Stoute & French King Louis XI

1469-07-26

Wars of the Roses: Battle of Edgecote Moor - Pitting the forces of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick against those of King Edward IV.

1471-04-11

King Edward IV of England conquers London from Henry VI

1471-04-14

Battle of Barnet - King Edward IV vs Earl of Warwick

1471-05-04

Battle of Tewkesbury - King Edward IV vs Ex-queen Margaretha

1471-05-21

King Edward IV enters London

1475-08-29

Treaty of Picquigny] king Louis XI buys English contacts

1479-08-07

Battle of Guinegate: Emperor Maximilian I vs King Louis XI

1479-09-04

King Alfonso I of Portugal recognizes Isabella as queen of Castile

1481-08-30

2 Latvian monarchs executed for conspiracy to Polish king Casimir IV

1483-04-09

Edward V (aged 12) succeeds his father Edward IV as king of England. He was never crowned, and disappeared, presumed murdered, after incarceration in the Tower of London with his younger brother Richard (the "Princes in the Tower")

1483-06-26

Duke of Gloucester appoints himself King Richard III of England

1483-07-06

England's King Richard III crowned

1485-08-22

Battle of Bosworth Field - Henry Tudor's forces defeat English King Richard III during last battle War of the Roses

1487-05-24

Imposter Lambert Simnel ceremony crowned as King Edward VI of Dublin

1489-07-22

Treaty of Frankfurt signed between Maximilian of Austria and King Charles VIII of France

1490-01-04

Anna of Brittany announces that all those who would ally with the king of France will be considered guilty of the crime of lese-majesty.

1492-03-04

King James IV of Scotland concludes an alliance with France against England.

1492-03-31

Queen Isabella & King Ferdinand of Aragon issue Alhambra Decree expelling Jews from Kingdoms of Castile and Aragon

1492-10-02

King Henry VII of England invades France

1493-04-15

-20/4 Barcelona] Columbus meets with King Ferdinand & Isabella

1493-05-23

King Charles VIII & Maximilian I of Austria signs Peace of Senlis

1494-01-25

Alfonso II replaces his father as king of Naples

1494-11-18

French King Charles VIII occupies Florence

1495-02-22

French King Charles VIII enters Naples to claim crown

1495-05-20

French King Charles VIII leaves Naples

1495-05-31

Emperor Maximilian, Pope Alexander VI, Milan, King Ferdinand, Isabella & Venice sign anti-French Saint League

1495-07-06

Battle of Fornovo, near Parma: French King Charles VIII beats Holy League

1495-07-07

King Ferdinand II returns to Naples

1495-11-27

Scottish king James IV receives Perkin Warbeck, pretender to the English trone

1496-03-05

English King Henry VII hands John Cabot (Giovanni Caboto) a commission to explore for new lands

1496-12-05

Jews are expelled from Portugal by order of King Manuel I

1497-06-17

Battle of Deptford Bridge - forces under King Henry VII soundly defeat Cornish rebels led by Michael An Gof.

1497-08-10

John Cabot tells King Henry VII of his trip to "Asia"

1497-09-07

Sailor Perkin Warbeck becomes English King Richard IV

1499-10-06

French King Louis XII occupies Milan

1499-11-23

Flemish pretender to the English throne Perkin Warbeck hanged for reportedly attempting to escape from Tower of London. Invaded England in 1497, claiming to be the lost son of King Edward IV

1500-04-08

Battle at Novara: King Louis XII beats duke Ludovico Sforza

1504-01-01

King Louis XII loses last bulwark in Naples, Caeta

1504-04-23

King Maximilian I routes troops to Bavaria

1504-09-13

Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand issue a Royal Warrant for the construction of a Royal Chapel (Capilla Real) to be built.

1509-04-21

Henry VIII crowned King of England

1513-01-20

Christian II succeeds Johan I as Danish/Norwegian king

1513-09-23

King Henry III & Emperor Maximilian conquer Doornik

1515-01-01

Francis, Duke of Angouleme succeeds King Louis XII as Francis I of France

1519-06-28

King Carlos I elected Holy Roman Catholic Emperor Charles V

1520-07-10

King Charles V France & King Henry VIII of England sign treaty of Calais

1520-10-15

King Henry VIII of England orders bowling lanes at Whitehall

1520-10-23

King Carlos I crowned German emperor Charles V

1520-11-04

Danish/Norwegian king Christian II crowned king of Sweden

1520-11-09

Height of the Stockholm Bloodbath - King Christian II of Denmark, Norway and Sweden executes Swedish nobles

1521-04-22

French King Francois I declares war on Spain

1521-10-11

Pope Leo X titles King Henry VIII of England "Defender of the Faith"

1523-01-20

Christian II is forced to abdicate as King of Denmark and Norway.

1523-05-01

Danish king Christian III arrives in Veere

1523-06-06

Gustav Vasa is elected King of Sweden, marking the end of the Kalmar Union.

1525-02-24

Battle of Pavia: Holy Roman Emperor Charles V's troops beat the French. French King Francois I captured, 15,000 killed/wounded

1526-03-17

French King Francois I freed from Spain

1526-03-26

King Francois I returns Spanish captivity to France

1526-04-27

Mogol King Babur beats sultan of Delhi

1526-11-10

John I Zapolyai of Transsylvania chosen as king of Hungary

1526-12-17

Ferdinand of Austria chosen as King of Bohemia

1527-01-01

Croatian nobles elect Ferdinand I of Austria as king of Croatia in the Parliament on Cetin.

1527-02-24

Ferdinand of Austria crowned as king of Bohemia

1527-11-03

Ferdinand of Austria/Bohemia chosen as king of Hungary

1528-01-12

Gustav I of Sweden "father of the nation" crowned King of Sweden. Rules 37 years

1528-02-24

Hungarian anti-king Janos Zapolyai & Sultan Suleiman signs treaty

1530-03-07

King Henry VIII's divorce request is denied by the Pope. Henry then declares that he, not the Pope, is supreme head of England's church

1533-07-11

Pope Clement VII excommunicates England's King Henry VIII

1533-08-29

Francisco Pizarro orders death of last Incan King of Peru, Atahualpa

1534-04-15

Thomas Cromwell is appointed Chief Secretary to King Henry VIII

1534-07-04

Christian III is elected King of Denmark and Norway in the town of Rye.

1534-10-30

English Parliament passes Act of Supremacy, making King Henry VIII head of the Church in England - a role formerly held by the Pope

1535-08-31

Pope Paul II excommunicates King Henry VIII of England

1536-02-18

France & Turkey sign milt/trade agreement against King Karel

1536-04-14

English King Henry VIII expropriates minor monasteries

1536-05-06

King Henry VIII orders bible be placed in every church in England

1536-10-20

Danish/Norw king Christian III leads reform in Catholic possessions

1537-09-02

King Christian III publishes "Ordinance on the Danish Church"

1538-04-09

Danish king Christian III enters Schmalkaldische Union

1538-06-18

Treaty of Nice: ends war between Emperor Charles V & King French I

1538-07-15

Peace talks between Karel & King Francois I

1538-12-16

King Francois I orders renewed pursuit of Protestants

1538-12-17

Pope Paul III excommunicates England's King Henry VIII

1539-02-01

Emperor Karel & King Francois I sign anti-English treaty

1540-06-24

English King Henry VIII commands his 4th wife, Anne of Cleves, to leave the court

1540-07-23

Turkey recognizes Janos Sigismund Zapolyai as vassal-king of Hungary

1541-06-18

Irish parliament selects Henry VIII as king of Ireland

1541-12-29

Isabella of Poland & King Ferdinand of Austria sign Treaty of Gyalu

1542-11-24

Battle of Solway Moss: English beat Scottish King James V

1544-05-23

Holy Roman Emperor Charles V recognizes king Christian III of Denmark

1544-09-18

English King Henry VIII's troops occupy Boulogne

1544-09-18

Peace of Crépy: Holy Roman Emperor Charles V & French King Francis I

1544-09-30

King Henry VIII draws his armies out of France

1545-04-12

French King Francois I orders protestants of Vaudois to be killed

1545-07-19

King Henry VIII's flagship Mary Rose sinks at Portsmouth; 73 die

1547-01-28

9-year-old Edward VI succeeds Henry VIII as king of England

1547-02-20

King Edward VI of England was enthroned following death of Henry VIII

1547-03-31

Henry II succeeds Francois I as king of France

1547-06-13

King Ferdinand of Austria subjects himself on Turkish sultan Suleiman

1551-07-19

Treaty of Karlsburg: arch duke Ferdinand of Austria recognized as King of Hungary/Transsylvania

1553-06-12

King Edward VI accept archbishop Cranmer's "42 Articles"

1555-10-21

English parliament refuses to recognize Philip of Spain as king

1556-01-16

Emperor Karel appoints his son Philip II, king of Spain

1556-03-28

Karel V's son Philip II crowned king of Spain

1556-11-23

King Philip II confers with Dutch financial experts

1558-11-07

French King Henri II occupies Calais

1559-06-30

King Henry II of France is seriously injured in a jousting match against Gabriel de Montgomery.

1560-09-25

Spanish king Philip II names Frederik Schenck of Toutenburg as 1st archbishop of Utrecht

1561-09-23

King Philip II of Spain forbids Spanish settlements in Florida

1563-03-11

League of High Nobles routes 2nd protest against King Philip II

1563-07-29

League of High Nobles routes King Philip II

1563-08-17

King Charles IX of France (13) declared an adult

1563-09-08

Maximilian chosen king of Hungary

1564-08-18

Spanish king Philip II joins Council of Trente

1565-11-13

King Philip II's "Letters out Segovia" reaches Brussels

1566-12-01

Spanish king Philip II names Fernando Alvarez, duke of Alva

1567-07-24

Mary Queen of Scots is forced to abdicate; her 1-year-old son becomes King James VI of Scots

1567-07-29

James VI is crowned King of Scots at Stirling.

1567-09-29

War of Religion breaks out in France - Huguenots try to kidnap king Charles IX

1569-02-07

King Philip II forms inquistion in South America

1570-03-04

King Philip II bans foreign Dutch students

1570-08-16

King Janos Sigismund Zapolyai signs secret treaty with Maximilian II

1573-05-09

Polish Parliament selects Duke of Anjou as king

1574-05-30

Henry III follows brother Charles IX as king of France

1574-06-18

Polish King Hendrik of Anjou secretly leaves Poland

1575-02-11

King Frederick of Denmark offers island of Hveen to Tycho Brahe

1575-09-16

King Johan Casimir of Palts promises military aid to hugenots

1575-12-14

Polish Parliament selects Istvan Bathory as king of Poland

1577-02-06

King Henri de Bourbon of Navarra becomes leader of Huguenots

1577-12-16

Danzig surrenders to troops of Polish king Istvan Bathory

1579-07-29

King Philip II arrests plotters Antonio Perez & princess van Eboli

1580-03-15

Spanish king Philip II puts 25,000 gold coins on head of prince Willem of Orange

1581-03-25

Portugese Cortes calls Philip II king of Portugal

1581-04-15

Cortes van Thomar accepts Philip II as king of Portugal

1582-08-22

King James IV of Scotland captured

1585-07-07

King Henri III & Duke De Guise signs Treaty of Nemours: French Huguenots lose all freedoms

1587-08-18

Saul Wahl is elected King of Poland, according to legend.

1587-08-19

Sigismund III becomes king of Poland

1588-04-04

Christian IV succeeds Frederik II as king of Denmark

1588-05-13

King Henri III flees Paris

1588-07-11

French King Henri III accept demands of Catholic League

1589-08-01

Assination of French King Henry III by friar Jacques Clément

1589-09-21

Battle at Arques: French King Henri IV beats Catholic League

1590-03-14

Battle of Ivry: French King Henri IV beats Catholic League during French Wars of Religion

1590-07-19

King Philip Ii's secretary Antonio Perez escapes jail

1591-01-18

King Naresuan of Siam kills Crown Prince Minchit Sra of Burma in single combat, for which this date is now observed marked as Royal Thai Armed Forces day.

1591-03-01

Pope Gregory XIV threatens to excommunicate French King Henri IV

1591-04-19

Chartres surrenders to king Henri IV in France

1591-08-19

French King Henri IV occupies Rouen

1591-09-21

French bishops recognize Henri IV as king of France

1593-07-25

France's Protestant King Henri IV converts to Roman Catholic faith

1594-02-19

Having already inherited the throne of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth through his mother, Catherine Jagellonica of Poland, Sigismund III of the House of Vasa is crowned King of Sweden, succeeding his father John III of Sweden.

1594-02-27

Henri IV crowned king of France

1594-03-22

French King Henri IV festival in Paris

1595-01-17

French King Henri IV declares war on Spain

1595-05-02

King Philip II names Albrecht of Austria land guardian of Netherlands

1595-09-17

Pope Clemens VIII recognizes Henri IV as king of France

1596-11-29

King Philip II devalues Spanish currency

1597-09-25

Amiens surrenders to French King Henri IV

1598-03-20

French King Henri IV & duke van Mercour sign treaty

1598-06-30

King Philip II moves to Escorial palace

1598-09-01

Spanish king Philip II receives sacraments

1603-03-24

Scottish King James VI son of Mary Queen of Scots, becomes King James I of England in succession to Elizabeth I, thus joining the English and Scottish crowns.

1603-04-05

New English King James I (James VI of Scotland) departs Edinburgh for London

1603-07-17

Sir Walter Raleigh arrested by forces of King James

1605-11-05

Gunpowder Plot; attempt to blow up King James I while he opened Parliament. Plot discovered and Guy Fawkes caught and tortured. He and seven others were later executed

1606-08-07

Possible first performance of Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth performed in the Great Hall at Hampton Court Palace for King James I.

1610-02-14

Polish king Sigismund III, Forges Dimitri #2 & Romanov family sign covenant against Tsar Vasili Shushki

1610-03-21

King James I addresses English House of Commons

1610-05-15

Parliament of Paris appoints Louis XIII (8) as French king

1610-06-24

Battle of Klushino: King Sigismund II's Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth army beats Russia & Sweden

1610-07-04

Battle at Klushino: King Sigismund II beats Russian & Sweden

1610-08-27

Polish King Wladyslaw crowned king of Russia

1611-05-23

Matthias von Habsburg chosen king of Bohemia

1611-08-11

Emperor Rudolf forces out king of Bohemia

1611-10-30

Gustaaf II Adolf (17) becomes king of Sweden

1612-10-28

Robert Dowland appointed court luitist of King James I

1614-04-05

2nd parliament of King James I begin session (no enactments)

1614-06-07

2nd parliament of King James I, dissolves passing no legislation

1614-10-02

French King Louis XIII declared an adult at 13

1616-04-30

King James I of England leaves Brielle/Vlissingen

1619-08-27

Monarch Frederik van Palts chosen king of Bohemia

1619-11-04

Frederik V crowned king of Bohemia

1620-08-07

Battle at Ponts-the-Ce, Poitou: French king Louis XIII beats his mother Marie de Medici

1620-09-20

Battle at Jassy: Turks beat king Sigismund III of Poland

1620-12-23

French huguenots declare war on King Louis XIII

1621-09-21

King James I of England gives Sir Alexander Sterling royal charter for colonisation of Nova Scotia

1621-09-28

Battle at Chocim Dniester: King Sigismund II beats Turks

1621-12-30

English king James I cracks Protestation of Parliament

1621-12-31

Hungarian King Bethlen Gabor/Ferdinand II sign Treaty of Mikulov

1622-02-08

King James I disbands the English parliament

1622-09-05

Richelieu appointed Cardinal under French King Louis XIII

1622-10-18

French King Louis XIII & Huguenots sign treaty of Montpellier

1624-05-08

Hungarian King Bethlen Gabor & Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand II sign Treaty of Vienna

1625-03-27

Charles I, King Of England, Scotland & Ireland, ascends English throne

1626-06-15

King Charles I disbands English parliament

1626-08-27

Battle of Lutter: Catholic League beats Danish king Christian IV

1626-09-30

Battle between King Bethlen Gabor & Earl Mansfeld-Wallenstein ends

1627-06-02

English king Charles I establishes Guyana Company

1628-03-01

Writs are issued in February by Charles I of England mandating that every county in England (not just seaport towns) pay ship tax by this date.

1628-03-04

England's King Charles I grants a royal charter to Massachusetts Bay Colony

1628-06-07

English King Charles I ratifies the Petition of Rights

1628-11-01

French King Louis XIII occupies La Rochelle

1629-03-02

English King Charles I dissolves Parliament against opposition, imprisoning 9 members of parliament

1629-03-10

King Charles I dissolved Parliament; he recalled it 11 years later

1629-05-22

Emperor Ferdinand II & Danish King Christian IV sign Peace of Lubeck

1629-10-30

King Charles I gives Bahamas to Sir Robert Heath

1631-09-17

Battle of Breitenfeld: King Gustaaf Adolf of Sweden defeats Johann Tserclaes, Count of Tilly.

1632-07-22

Foundation laid in Madrid for Buen Retiro-palace for king Philip IV

1634-02-19

Battle of Smolensk: King Wladyslaw IV of Poland beats Russians [NS=Mar 1]

1634-03-01

Battle at Smolensk: Polish King Wladyslaw IV beats Russians

1634-09-05

-6] Battle at Nordlingen: King Ferdinand III & Spain beat Sweden & German protestants

1634-10-20

English King Charles I disbands new "Ship Money" tax

1640-05-12

Uprising against Spanish king Philip IV

1640-08-28

Second Bishop's War: King Charles I's English army loses to a Scottish Covenanter force at the Battle of Newburn

1640-08-29

English King Charles I signed a peace treaty with Scotland

1640-12-15

Duke of Braganca crowned King Johan IV of Portugal

1641-02-16

English king Charles I accepts Triennial Act

1642-01-04

King Charles I with 400 soldiers attacks the English parliament

1642-01-10

King Charles I & family flee London for Oxford

1642-05-30

All honours granted by Charles I are retrospectively annulled by Parliament

1642-10-23

Battle of Edgehill (Warwickshire): King Charles I beat English parliamentarian forces

1642-11-13

Battle at Turnham Green outside London: King Charles I vs English parliament

1643-05-14

Louis XIV becomes King of France aged 4

1643-09-20

First Battle of Newbury (English civil war): King Charles I's forces beaten by a parliamentary army led by the Earl of Essex and Philip Stapleton

1644-10-27

Second Battle of Newbury: King Charles I beats parliamentary armies

1645-06-14

Battle of Naseby, Leicestershire "New Model Army" under Oliver Cromwell & Thomas Fairfax beat royalists forces of English King Charles I

1646-04-27

King Charles I flees Oxford

1646-05-05

King Charles I surrenders at Scotland

1646-07-30

English parliament sets king Charles I Newcastle Propositions

1647-01-23

Scottish Presbyterians sell captured Charles I to English parliament

1647-01-30

Scots agree to sell King Charles I to English Parliament for £400

1647-06-04

English Parliamentary army under Cornet George Joyce takes King Charles I as a prisoner during Second Civil War

1648-04-22

English army claims king Charles I responsible for bloodshed

1648-11-30

English Parliamentary army captures King Charles I

1649-01-06

The English Rump Parliament votes to put Charles I on trial for treason and other "high crimes"

1649-02-05

Prince of Wales proclaimed King Charles II of Great Britian by Covenanter Parliament of Scotland

1651-01-01

Charles II Stuart crowned king of Scotland

1651-10-17

Future King Charles II flees from England

1651-11-07

King Louis XIV of France (13) declared of full age

1652-10-21

King Louis XIV returns to Paris

1653-05-24

German Parliament selects Ferdinand II king of Austria

1654-06-07

Louis XIV crowned King of France

1655-10-09

Swedish king Karel X Gustaaf occupies Krakow

1656-06-20

Polish King Jan II Casimir recaptures Warsaw

1656-07-18

-20] Battle at Warsaw: Swedish king Karel X Gustaafbeats Johan II Kasimir & occupies Warsaw

1659-11-07

Peace of Pyreneeen: French King Louis XIV & Spanish king Philip IV

1660-02-23

Charles XI becomes king of Sweden

1660-04-04

English king Charles II sends Declaration of Breda (freedom of religion)

1660-05-08

English parliament declares Charles Stuart to be King Charles II of England

1660-05-23

King Charles II returns from exile sails from Scheveningen to England

1660-05-24

English king Charles II visits Netherlands

1660-05-25

King Charles II of England lands in Dover

1660-10-13

Denmark king Frederik III makes coup

1660-10-17

Nine Regicides, the men who signed the death warrant of Charles I, are hanged, drawn and quartered, another is hanged.

1661-03-10

French King Louis XIV ends office of premier

1661-04-23

English king Charles II crowned in London

1661-07-03

Portugal gives Tangier & Bombay to English King Charles II

1661-09-01

1st Yacht race, England's King Charles vs his brother James

1661-10-01

Yachting begins in England; King Charles II beats his brother James, Duke of York

1662-07-15

King Charles II charters Royal Society in London

1663-01-10

King Charles II affirms charter of Royal African Company

1663-01-23

King Louis XIV affirms covenant with Rÿnstaten

1663-04-06

King Charles II signs Carolina Charter

1663-07-08

King Charles II of England grants a charter to Rhode Island

1664-03-06

King Louis XIV & Emperor of Brandenburg signs covenant

1665-03-04

English king Charles II declares war on Netherlands

1665-10-29

Battle of Ambuila, where Portuguese forces defeated the forces of the Kingdom of Kongo and decapitated king Antonio I of Kongo, also called Nvita a Nkanga..

1667-05-23

King Afonso VI of Portugal flees

1667-11-18

Treaty of Bongaja: King Hassan-Udin of Makasar & VOC

1668-01-19

King Louis XIV & Emperor Leopold I sign treaty dividing Spain

1668-03-27

English king Charles II gives Bombay to East India Company

1668-09-16

King John II Casimir of Poland resigns, flees to France

1668-09-19

Polish king John II Kazimierz resigns/goes to France

1669-02-01

French King Louis XIV limits freedom of religion

1669-06-19

Polish parliament selects Litouwer Michael Wisniopwiecki as king

1670-05-02

King Charles II gives royal charter to the Hudson's Bay Company

1670-06-01

English King Charles II & French King Louis XIV sign secret anti-Dutch treaty

1671-04-22

King Charles II sits in on English parliament

1671-11-01

French King Louis XIV & RC German emperor Leopold I sign secret anti-Dutch treaty

1672-03-15

King Charles II enacts Declaration of Indulgence

1672-06-21

French troops under King Louis XIV occupy Utrecht

1673-03-29

English King Charles II accepts Test Act: Roman Catholics excluded from public functions

1673-06-16

Peace of Vossem: French King Louis XIV & Frederik Willem of Brandenburg

1673-11-09

British king Charles II dismisses Earl of Shaftesbury

1674-05-21

General John Sobieski chosen King of Poland

1675-08-10

King Charles II and John Flamsteed lay the foundation stone of the Royal Observatory, Greenwich

1675-11-02

A combined attack by the Plymouth, Rhode Island, Massachusetts Bay and Connecticut colonies attacks the Great Swamp Fort, owned by the Narragansetts during King Philip's War.

1675-11-22

English king Charles II adjourns parliament

1676-02-10

Wampanoag Indians under King Philip kill all men in Lancaster Mass

1676-11-06

King Carlos II of Spain comes of age (at 15)

1676-12-04

Battle of Lund: A Danish army under the command of King Christian V of Denmark engages the Swedish army commanded by Field Marshal Simon Grundel-Helmfelt.

1677-02-15

King Charles II reports anti-French covenant with Netherlands

1679-01-24

King Charles II disbands English parliament

1679-07-12

Britain's King Charles II ratifies Habeas Corpus Act allowing prisoners right to be imprisoned to be examined

1681-10-23

French troops under King Louis XIV occupy Staatsburg

1682-11-12

Swedish king Karel XI establishes absolute monarchy

1683-06-12

Rye House plot against English king Charles II uncovered

1683-09-24

King Louis XIV expels all Jews from French possessions in America

1684-06-21

King Charles II revokes Massachusetts Bay Colony charter

1685-02-06

Duke of York becomes King James II of England and VII of Scotland upon the death of his brother Charles II.

1685-06-11

James Scott, Duke of Monmouth, rebels against Catholic king James II

1685-07-06

Battle at Sedgemoor: King James II beats duke of Monmouth

1685-10-18

French King Louis XIV revokes Edict of Nantes cancelling rights of French Protestants

1686-04-04

English king James II publishes Declaration of Indulgence

1686-11-18

Charles Francois Felix operates on King Louis XIV of France's anal fistula after practising the surgery on several peasants.

1687-04-04

King James II orders his declaration of indulgence read in English churches

1687-07-02

King James II disbands English parliament

1688-10-27

King James II dismissses premier Robert Spencer

1688-11-26

French King Louis XIV declares war on Netherlands

1688-11-26

King James II escapes back to London

1688-12-09

King James II's wife & son flee England for France

1688-12-10

King James II flees London

1688-12-11

King James II captured in Kent.

1688-12-15

Lord Delamere sides with King James II [NS 12/25]

1688-12-19

King James II's wife & son flee to France

1688-12-23

English King James II, the last Roman Catholic British monarch flees to France and from William of Orange

1688-12-25

British king James II lands in Ambleteuse, France

1688-12-25

Lord Delamere sides with King James II

1689-01-22

Prince William of Orange (future King William III of Britain), summons Convention Parliament to discuss ruling jointly with his wife Mary

1689-02-23

Dutch prince William III proclaimed king of England

1689-03-12

Former English King James II lands in Ireland

1689-03-14

Scotland dismisses William III & Mary Stuart as king & queen

1689-04-15

French King Louis XIV declares war on Spain

1689-04-20

The former King James II of England, now deposed, lays siege to Derry.

1689-04-21

William III & Mary Stuart proclaimed king & queen of England

1689-05-09

English King William III declares war on France

1690-01-06

Joseph I, later Holy Roman Emperor and son of Emperor Leopold I, becomes King of the Romans.

1690-03-16

French King Louis XIV sends troops to Ireland

1690-06-11

English king William III departs to Ireland

1690-06-24

King William III's army lands at Carrickfergus Ireland [OS=June 14]

1690-07-01

Army of Protestant King William III defeats deposed Roman Catholic King James II in Battle of Boyne in Ireland

1690-07-12

Battle of Boyne in Ireland, Protestant King William III defeats English Catholic King James II

1690-09-06

King Wiliam III escapes back to England

1691-01-18

English king Willem III travels to The Hague

1691-12-04

Spanish king Carlos II names Maximilian II viceroy of S Netherlands

1692-02-13

Glencoe Massacre : about 78 MacDonalds are killed early in the morning by rival Campbell clan members, allegedly for not promptly pledging allegiance to the new king, William of Orange.

1692-03-22

Emperor Leopold I names duke Earnest August of Braunschweig, king

1692-03-26

King Maximilian installed as land guardian of South Netherlands

1695-05-12

English king William III departs to Netherlands

1695-09-01

Dutch/English army under king Willem III occupies Names

1695-09-01

French garrison of castle Namur surrenders fto the army of the Grand Alliance under the command of King William III of England

1695-10-10

King Willem III escapes South Netherlands, back to England

1696-03-07

English King William III departs Netherlands

1696-07-29

Louis XIV. King of France, & Victor Amadeus II, Duke of Savoy, sign Peace of Turin, a turning point in the War of the League of Augsburg

1697-04-15

Charles XII succeeds Charles XI as King of Sweden

1697-05-24

English King William III travels through northern Europe

1697-06-27

Polish parliament selects monarch August of Saxony as king

1697-09-03

King William's War in America ends with Treaty of Ryswick

1698-11-14

Spanish king Carlos appoints grandson prince Jozef Ferdinand as heir

1700-10-02

Spanish king Carlos II appoints Philip van Anjou, heir to throne

1700-11-16

Monarch of Brandenburg becomes king of Prussia

1700-11-19

Battle at Narva: Swedish King Karel XII defeats Russians

1700-11-30

King Charles XII of Sweden defeats Russia at Narva [NS]

1701-01-18

Frederick I and Sophie Charlotte van Hanover crowned king/queen of Prussia

1702-03-08

England: Queen Anne ascends throne upon death of King William III

1702-05-14

Swedish troops under King Charles XII occupy Warsaw

1702-07-19

Swedish troops under King Charles XII occupy Krakow

1702-11-26

Premiere of Colley Cibber's "King Imposter"

1704-07-12

Stanislaw Leszcynski becomes king of part of Poland

1705-10-01

Parliament declares Hungary independently/French Rákóczi becomes king

1707-01-01

John V succeeds his father Pedro II as king of Portugal

1708-07-04

Swedish King Karel XII beats Russians

1708-08-23

Meidingnu Pamheiba is crowned King of Manipur.

1712-05-22

Emperor Karel VI crowned king of Hungary

1713-02-01

The Kalabalik or Tumult in Bendery results from the Ottoman sultan's order that his unwelcome guest, King Charles XII of Sweden, be seized.

1714-08-01

Monarch Georg Ludwig becomes King George I of England

1714-10-20

Georg Ludwig von Hannover crowned as English King George I

1714-11-22

King Karel XII leaves Turkish captivity to return to Sweden

1715-09-01

King Louis XIV of France dies after a reign of 72 years—the longest of any major European monarch.

1717-01-05

Prussian King Frederik Willem I buys conscript for nobles

1717-07-28

Prussian king Frederik Willem I gives compulsory education to 5-12 yrs

1723-01-12

Handel's opera "Ottone" premieres at the King's Theatre London

1724-01-14

Spanish King Philip V abdicates throne

1725-04-30

Emperor Charles VI & King Philip IV of Spain sign Treaty of Vienna

1730-10-12

Christian VI succeeds Frederik IV as king of Denmark

1732-02-02

King Frederik Willem I moves Lutherans towards East-Prussia

1733-09-12

Polish Landowners select Stanislaw Lesczynski king

1733-09-15

King Frederik Willem I divides Prussia-Brandenburg in Cantons

1733-09-22

Polish King Lesczynski flees to Danzig

1738-03-28

Parliament sends an address to the king requesting that he demand redress from Spain (War of Jenkin's Ear)

1739-07-10

King George II authorised the Admiralty Board to seek maritime reprisals against Spain (War of Jenkin's Ear)

1740-02-03

Charles de Bourbon, King of Naples, invites Jews to return to Sicily

1740-06-22

King Frederik II of Prussia ends torture & guarantees religion & freedom of the press

1743-06-27

War of the Austrian Succession: Battle of Dettingen: in Bavaria, King George II of Britain personally leads troops into battle. The last time a British monarch would command troops in the field.

1744-03-15

French King Louis XV declares war on Britain

1751-04-05

Adolf Frederik of Holstein-Gottorp crowns himself king of Sweden

1753-05-06

French King Louis XV observes transit of Mercury at Mendon Castle

1753-05-09

King Louis XV disbands French parliament

1755-11-25

King Ferdinand IV of Spain granted the Beaterio dela Compania de Jesus or now known as the Congregation of the Religious of the Virgin Mary(RVM) a royal protection.

1757-01-05

Failed assassination attempt on French King Louis XV by Damiens

1757-04-06

British King George II fires minister William Pitt Sr

1759-08-10

Carlos III becomes king of Spain

1760-10-25

George III becomes King of Great Britain.

1766-02-14

Dutch governor Falck and King Keerthisiri Rajasinghe of Kandy sign Treaty of Batticaloa

1767-12-28

King Taksin crowned King of Thailand and establishes Thonburi as his capital.

1768-05-10

John Wilkes is imprisoned for writing an article for The North Briton severely criticizing King George III. This action provokes rioting in London.

1769-04-22

Madame du Barry becomes King Louis XV's "official" mistress

1771-02-12

Gustav III becomes the King of Sweden.

1772-08-21

King Gustav III completes his coup d'etat by adopting a new Constitution, ending half a century of parliamentary rule in Sweden and installing himself as an enlightened despot.

1775-08-22

King George III proclaims colonies to be in open rebellion

1779-01-11

Ching-Thang Khomba is crowned King of Manipur.

1782-04-06

Rama I succeeds King Taksin of Siam (modern day Thailand), who is overthrown in a coup d'état.

1783-03-05

King Stanislaus Augustus Poniatowski grants rights to Jews of Kovno

1783-12-18

British King George III dissmisses government of Portland

1785-05-01

Kamehameha, the king of Hawaiʻi defeats Kalanikupule and establishes the Kingdom of Hawaiʻi

1788-03-21

Olaudah Equiano (aka Gustavus Vassa), a freed slave, petitions King George III and Queen Charlotte, to free enslaved Africans

1788-08-08

King Louis XVI calls French States & Generals together

1789-05-05

French Estates-General meets for the first time since 1614 at Versailles, summoned King Louis XVI

1789-10-05

French Revolution: Women of Paris march to Versailles in the March on Versailles to confront Louis XVI about his refusal to promulgate the decrees on the abolition of feudalism, demand bread, and have the King and his court moved to Paris.

1791-06-20

King Louis XVI caught trying to escape French Revolution

1791-06-21

Fleeing French King Louis XVI & family captured at Varennes-en-Argonne

1791-09-13

France's King Louis XVI accepts constitution

1792-03-16

King Gustav III of Sweden is shot Count Anckarström at a masked ball at the Opera; he dies on March 29.

1792-03-29

King Gustav III of Sweden dies after being shot in the back at a midnight masquerade ball at Stockholm's Royal Opera just 13 days earlier. He is succeeded by Gustav IV Adolf.

1792-06-13

King Louis XVI dissmisses French government

1792-09-22

French First Republic formed by the National Convention, stripping French King of his powers

1792-12-11

France's King Louis XVI goes on trial, accused of high treason and crimes against the state

1792-12-26

During trial of French King Louis XVI court hears the kings defense brought by Raymond Desèze

1793-01-16

French King Louis XVI sentenced to death by the National Convention during the French Revolution

1799-01-14

King of Naples flees before advancing French armies

1800-05-15

King George III survives a 2nd assassination attempt

1802-06-04

Grieving over the death of his wife, Marie Clotilde of France, King Charles Emmanuel IV of Sardinia abdicates his throne in favor of his brother, Victor Emmanuel.

1803-07-05

The convention of Artlenburg leads to the French occupation of Hanover (which had been ruled by the British king).

1805-05-26

Napoleon Bonaparte is crowned king of Italy

1808-04-09

Mayor Wolters offers French King Louis Napoleon townhall as a palace

1808-06-15

Joseph Bonaparte becomes King of Spain.

1808-07-15

French marshal Joachim Murat becomes king of Naples

1808-08-17

Napoleon asks King Louis for Holland brigade towards Spain

1809-02-01

Dutch King Louis Napoleon accepts metric system

1809-03-29

King Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden abdicates after a coup d'état. At the Diet of Porvoo, Finland's four Estates pledge allegiance to Alexander I of Russia, commencing the secession of the Grand Duchy of Finland from Sweden.

1810-07-01

Louis Napoleon resigns as king of the Netherlands

1811-03-01

Egyptian king Muhammad Ali Pasha oversees ceremonial murder of 500

1814-01-14

King of Denmark cedes Norway to King of Sweden by treaty of Kiel

1814-02-18

The Battle of Montereau; victory of French under Napoleon Bonaparte against Austrians and Württembergers under the King of Württemberg.

1814-04-26

King Louis XVIII lands at Calais from England

1814-05-04

King Ferdinand VII of Spain signs the Decree of the 4th of May, returning Spain to absolutism.

1814-08-01

Belgian King Willem I accepts blame in Southern defeat

1815-03-02

Signing of Kandyan treaty by British invaders and Sri Lankan King.

1815-03-16

Willem I proclaimed king of the Netherlands, including Belgium

1815-05-03

Battle at Tolentino: Austria beats king Joachim of Naples

1815-07-09

King Louis XVIII leaves Ghent for France

1815-09-21

King Willem I takes oath in Brussels

1815-09-29

King Willem I forms Dutch Order of the Lion

1815-10-12

Ex-king Joachim Murat van Naples sentenced to death

1816-12-04

James Monroe (VA), elected 5th pres, defeating Federalist Rufus King

1818-09-07

Carl III of Sweden-Norway is crowned king of Norway, in Trondheim.

1819-02-19

British explorer William Smith discovers the South Shetland Islands, and claims them in the name of King George III.

1821-06-14

Badi VII, king of Sennar, surrenders his throne and realm to Ismail Pasha, general of the Ottoman Empire, ending the existence of that Sudanese kingdom.

1821-08-19

Failed liberal coup against French King Louis XVIII

1822-09-07

Pedro I, son of King Joao VI declares Brazil's independence from Portugal (National Day)

1822-10-26

King Willem I requires inhabitants of Brussels to use Dutch language

1823-06-16

King Willem I opens shipyard at Rotterdam-Antwerp

1825-05-20

Charles X becomes King of France

1825-06-20

Coronation of French King Charles X the Bourbon

1825-08-14

Dutch King Willem I throws foreign students out

1827-08-17

Dutch King Willem I/Pope Leo XII sign concord

1830-10-05

King Willem I mobilizes Dutch army

1831-03-10

The French Foreign Legion is established by King Louis-Philippe to support his war in Algeria.

1831-06-04

National Congress selects Leopold von Saksen-Coburg as King of Belgium

1831-07-21

Belgium gains independence from Netherlands, Leopold I made king

1831-09-08

William IV is crowned King of Great Britain.

1832-05-07

Otto of Bavaria is chosen king of Greece

1835-05-05

King Leopold opens Brussels-Mechelen railway

1835-05-20

Otto is named the first modern king of Greece.

1836-03-06

HMS Beagle and Charles Darwin reach King George's Sound, Australia

1837-06-20

Queen Victoria at 18 ascends British throne following death of uncle King William IV. She ruled for 63 years ending in 1901

1840-01-20

Dutch King Willem II crowned

1840-10-07

Willem I resigns as king of Netherlands

1841-12-29

King/grand duke Willem II installs Order of Eikenkroon

1842-01-08

Dutch King Willem II charters Technical College Delft

1842-11-08

Belgium King Leopold I proclaims child labor laws (for 1889)

1844-03-08

King Oscar I ascends to the throne of Sweden-Norway.

1844-09-28

Oscar I of Sweden-Norway is crowned king of Sweden.

1845-09-10

King Willem II opens Amsterdam Stock exchange

1848-01-28

King of Naples grants his subjects a constitution

1848-02-24

King Louis-Philippe abdicates, 2nd French republic declared

1848-04-11

Hungary becomes constitutional monarchy under king Ferdinand of Aust

1848-12-02

Franz Josef I becomes emperor of Austria & King of Hungary

1849-03-23

Battle of Novara (King Charles Albert vs Italian republic)

1849-05-12

Willem Alexander PFL crowned king Willem III in Amsterdam

1851-05-15

Rama IV, [Phra Chomklao Chaoyuhua], king of Thai (1851-68), crowned

1853-03-04

William Rufus de Vane King (D) sworn in as 13th US VP

1853-04-15

Protestant church questions king Willem III RC bishops

1853-04-26

Dutch King William III disbands 2nd Chamber

1859-07-08

King Charles XV/Carl IV accedes to the throne of Sweden-Norway.

1860-02-13

King Basse Kajuara departs Boni South-Celebes

1860-05-03

Charles XV of Sweden-Norway is crowned king of Sweden.

1860-08-05

Carl IV of Sweden-Norway is crowned king of Norway in Trondheim.

1860-09-20

First British royalty to visit US, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII)

1861-02-18

King Victor Emmanuel II of Sardinia becomes 1st King of Italy

1862-01-24

Romanian principality arises under King Alexander Cuza

1863-03-30

Danish prince Wilhelm Georg of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glucksburg chosen as king George of Greece

1863-07-12

In New Zealand, British forces invade Waikato, home of the Maori King Movement, beginning a new phase of the wars between Maori and Colonial British

1868-04-10

British defeat King of Abyssinia at Magdala

1868-11-30

The inauguration of a statue of King Charles XII of Sweden takes place in the King's garden in Stockholm.

1870-07-13

King Wilhelm of Prussia sends "Emser Depeche" on Bismarck

1870-09-20

Pope Pius IX surrenders to King Victor Emmanuel

1870-11-16

Spanish Cortes selects King Amadeus I

1871-01-02

King Amadeus I of Spain inaugurated at 25

1872-09-18

King Oscar II accedes to the throne of Sweden-Norway.

1873-02-11

Spanish Cortes fires king Amadeus I

1873-05-12

Oscar II of Sweden-Norway is crowned King of Sweden.

1873-09-01

Cetshwayo ascends to the throne as king of the Zulu nation following the death of his father Mpande.

1874-01-13

US troops land in Honolulu to protect the king

1874-02-12

King David Kalakaua of Sandwich Is Hawaii, is 1st king to visit US

1874-06-29

Greek politician Charilaos Trikoupis publishes a manifesto in the Athens daily Kairoi entitled "Who's to Blame?" in which he lays out his complaints against King George. He is elected Prime Minister of Greece the next year.

1874-12-15

1st reigning king to visit US (of Hawaii) received by Pres Grant

1876-09-12

King Leopold II opens Congo-conference

1876-11-01

King Willem III opens North Sea Canal (Amsterdam-IJmuiden)

1878-01-08

Secret meeting of King Leopold II's agent & Henry Morton Stanley

1878-01-09

Umberto I becomes King of Italy.

1879-07-04

Battle at Ulundi: Lord Chelmsford beats Zulu King Cetshwayo

1880-09-10

Pierre de Brazza signs treaty with King Makoko of Congo

1882-03-06

Monarch Milan Obrenovic of Serbia crowns himself king

1882-09-12

Belgian King Leopold II receives Pierre de Brazza

1884-04-22

US recognizes King Leopold II's Congo Free State

1884-11-08

German government recognizes King Leopold II's Congo Free State

1884-12-16

Great Britain recognizes King Leopold II's Congo Free State

1884-12-19

Italy recognizes King Leopold II's Congo Free State

1884-12-24

Austria-Hungary admits King Leopold II's Congo Free State

1884-12-27

Netherlands recognizes King Leopold II's Congo Free State

1885-02-05

King Leopold II of Belgium establishes the Congo as a personal colonial possession

1885-05-02

Congo Free State formed by King Leopold II of Belgium

1886-06-13

King Ludwig II of Bavaria found dead in Lake Starnberg south of Munich at 11:30 PM at 40. Builder of palace of Neuschwanstein and patron of Wagner

1887-02-14

Cubs sell Mike King Kelly to Boston for record $10,000

1888-10-30

Ndebele-king Lobengula grants Cecil Rhodes, Mashonaland £100 per month

1888-12-30

Belgium: king Leopold II installs Order of African Star

1889-09-06

King Kabaka Mwanga of Buganda resigns

1890-03-04

The longest bridge in the Great Britain, the Forth Bridge (railway) (1,710 ft) in Scotland is opened by the Prince of Wales, who later became King Edward VII.

1890-07-03

King Leopold II gives Congo, previously a private possession, to Belgium

1890-11-23

King William III of the Netherlands dies (b. 1817) without a male heir and a special law passed to allow his daughter Princess Wilhelmina to inherit.

1890-12-26

King Mwanga of Uganda signs contract with East Africa Company

1891-01-01

King Pakketvaart sails to Neth Indies

1892-01-30

Capt Lugard occupies Uganda's King Mwanga's hide out

1892-05-19

Charles Brady King invents pneumatic hammer

1893-04-27

Richard "King Dick" Seddon succeeds John Balance as premier of New Zealand and leader of Liberal Party

1894-01-30

Pneumatic hammer patented by Charles King of Detroit

1894-11-10

Fred Lugard signs accord with king Lafia "Absalamu" of Nikki

1894-11-26

King Lafia "Absalamu" of Nikki signs accord with France

1895-01-29

King Koko's Kopermannen assault on Akassa Niger, 100's killed

1895-03-26

King Alfonso plants pine sapling in Madrid, starts Spain's Arbor Day

1896-03-06

1st auto in Detroit, Charles B King rides his "Horseless Carriage"

1896-09-22

Queen Victoria surpasses her grandfather King George III as the longest reigning monarch in British history.

1897-09-11

After months of pursuit, generals of Menelik II of Ethiopia capture Gaki Sherocho, the last king of Kaffa, bringing an end to that ancient kingdom.

1897-10-15

King Leopold II takes Belgian crown

1899-12-09

Boer War: During Seige of Ladysmith, Boers storm King's Post and Caesar's Camp - driven back

1900-03-10

Regents for the King of Uganda and leading chiefs sign a treaty with Great Britain agreeing to the organization of the government, taxation, courts, military, and other functions of their country, which is under British protection.

1900-04-04

Assassination attempt on Prince of Wales, later British King Edward VII when shot by Jean-Baptiste Sipido in protest over Boer war

1900-07-29

In Italy, King Umberto I of Italy is assassinated by Italian-born anarchist Gaetano Bresci.

1900-08-29

Gaetano Bresci, the assassin of King Umberto I of Italy, is tried and sentenced to life imprisonment; he will commit suicide in jail on 22 May 1901

1901-01-22

After 63 years Britain stops sale of Queen Victoria postage stamps series & begins King Edward VII series

1901-10-14

Justin Huntly McCarthy's "If I were King" premieres in NYC

1901-12-02

King Camp Gillette begins selling safety razor blades

1902-05-30

Spanish King Alfonso XII, who was elected as a constitutional monarch, suspends the Cortes, Spain's parliament

1902-05-31

Labor trouble and riots lead Spanish King Alfonso XII to impose martial law

1902-06-24

King Edward VII develops appendicitis, delaying his coronation.

1902-06-26

Order of Merit instituted by King Edward VII

1902-11-15

Leopold II, King of Belgium almost assassinated by Italian anarchist

1903-01-01

In Delhi, a great durbar, or formal reception, marks the coronation of King Edward VII as Emperor of India; the British release some 16,000 prisoners in honor of the occasion

1903-05-01

King Edward VII of Great Britain visits Paris, where he is feted in a first step toward improving Anglo-French relations, culminating in the sighing of the Entente Cordiale on 8 April, 1904

1903-05-29

May coup d'etat: Alexander Obrenovich, King of Serbia, and Queen Draga, are assassinated in Belgrade by the Black Hand (Crna Ruka) organization.

1903-06-10

In Belgrade, Yugoslavia, a military coup d'etat- led by the Queen's brother-in-law and other offices - kills King Alexander I of Serbia, Queen Draga, and many officers

1903-06-15

The Serbian Assembly meets and elects Prince Peter Karageorgevich king

1903-09-19

King Leopold II denies Belgian cruelty in Congo

1904-04-24

President Loubet of France visits King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy and pointedly ignores the Pope, exacerbating relations between France and the Roman Catholic Church

1904-11-14

King C Gillette patents Gillette razor blade

1904-12-10

King Peter I of Serbia named nationalist regime

1905-08-12

King Leopold II opens Central Station Antwerp

1905-11-18

Prince Carl of Denmark becomes King Haakon VII of Norway

1906-01-29

Coen de King skates world record time: 32,370 km

1906-05-10

Italian King Victor Emmanuel & Swiss president Ludwig Forrer open Simplon tunnel

1906-05-19

Portugal's King Carlos I names Joao Franco premier

1906-05-31

Attack on King Alfonso XIII & Victoria of Battenberg in Madrid

1906-06-03

Belgian King Leopold II claims Congo as his private possession

1906-06-22

Haakon VII crowned king of Norway

1906-09-25

In the presence of the king and before a great crowd, Leonardo Torres Quevedo successfully demonstrates the invention of the Telekino in the port of Bilbao, guiding a boat from the shore, in what is considered the birth of the Remote control.

1906-12-09

NY American reports Belgian King Leopold II bribed US Senate commission on the Congo

1907-09-05

King Edward VII of Great Britain meets Russia's Foreign Minister Alexander Izvolski in an attempt to strengthen Russia's relationship with Britain

1907-11-09

The Cullinan Diamond is presented to King Edward VII on his birthday.

1907-12-08

King Gustaf V of Sweden accedes to the Swedish throne.

1907-12-17

Ugyen Wangchuck became 1st hereditary king of Bhutan

1908-02-01

King Carlos I of Portugal and his hier, Prince Luis Filipe are assassinated by Republican sympathisers in Terreiro do Paco, Lisbon.

1908-08-11

King Edward VII of Britain meets with Kaiser Wilhelm of Friedrichshof, Germany; the main point of contention is the increasing size of Germany's navy

1908-08-13

Kind Edward VII of Great Britain meets with Emperor Franz Joseph of Austria at Ischl; the King tries to persuade the Emperor to advise Germany against aggressive (anti-British) policies

1908-10-20

King Leopold II sells Congo to Belgium

1909-09-02

King Edward VII signs South Africa Act

1909-11-12

Mackenzie King takes his seat in the House of Commons as Minister of Labour

1909-12-17

Leopold II, king of Belgium, buried in Brussels

1909-12-23

Albert I becomes the third King of the Belgians

1910-05-06

George V becomes King of the United Kingdom upon the death of his father, Edward VII.

1910-05-20

Funeral for Britain's King Edward VII

1910-07-31

Chic Cub King Cole no-hits St Louis, 4-0 in a 7 inning game

1910-08-28

Nicholas I, who first assumed power in 1860 and had his reign interrupted by Turkish rule, again proclaims himself king

1910-10-04

Portugal becomes a republic, King Manuel II flees to England

1911-06-22

King George V crowned king of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Canada, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, and all his realms and territories beyond the sea.

1912-03-14

King Vittorio Emanuel III of Italy injured in an assassination attempt

1913-02-20

King O'Malley drives in the first survey peg to mark commencement of work on the construction of Canberra.

1913-03-18

King George I of Greece is assassinated in the recently liberated city of Thessaloniki.

1913-05-06

King Nikita I of Montenegro vacates Skoetari, North-Albania

1913-06-04

Suffragette Emily Davison steps in front of King George V's horse Anmer at the Epsom Derby

1913-08-13

Otto Witte, a German acrobat and fantasist, is purportedly crowned King of Albania.

1913-11-05

Ludwig III crowned king of Bavaria

1914-03-07

Prince Wilhelm von Wied becomes King of Albania

1914-06-24

King Peter I of Serbia names son Alexander the Prince-regent

1914-08-04

WWI: King Albert I becomes Supreme Commander of Belgian army after German declaration of war

1914-08-07

French government awards King Albert of Belgium the Great Cross

1915-03-06

Greek King Constantine I fires premier Venizelos

1917-05-11

King George V grants Royal Letters Patent to New Zealand

1917-06-04

Most Excellent Order of British Empire inaugurated by King George V to recognise the efforts of his people in WW1

1917-06-11

King Alexander assumes the throne of Greece after his father Constantine I abdicated under pressure by allied armies occupying Athens.

1917-07-17

Royal Proclamation by King George V changes name of British Royal family from German Saxe-Coburg-Gotha to Windsor

1918-05-23

King Oil/Shell refinery on Curacao officially opens

1918-10-03

Boris becomes king of Bulgaria

1918-11-22

King Albert I's triumphant procession through Brussels

1920-12-19

King Constantine I is restored as King of the Hellenes after the death of his son Alexander I of Greece and a plebiscite.

1921-06-06

Southwark Bridge in London is opened to traffic by King George V and Queen Mary.

1921-12-29

Mackenzie King elected and sworn in as the 10th Prime Minister of Canada

1922-03-16

Sultan Fuad I crowned king of Egypt, England recognizes Egypt

1922-09-27

King Constantine I of Greece abdicates

1923-02-28

Swedish king Gustaaf V begins state visit to Netherlands

1923-06-09

Bulgarian premier Stamboeliski & King Boris III overthrown

1923-09-13

With Spain's king Alfonso XIII assist, army coup under de Rivera

1923-12-17

Greek king George II overthrown by army/republic

1924-01-27

Egyptian king Foead nominates Saad Zaghloel Pasja premier

1924-03-05

King Hussein of Hedzjaz appoints himself kalief

1924-10-03

King Hussein of Hedzjaz abdicts throne

1926-01-08

Abdul-Aziz ibn Sa'ud becomes king of Hejaz; renames it Saudi Arabia

1926-09-25

Mackenzie King is re-elected as Prime Minister of Canada

1927-04-19

"Vagabond King" opens in London

1928-07-19

King Fuad of Egypt siezes power and disbands parliament

1928-09-01

Albania becomes a kingdom, with Zogu I as king

1928-10-07

Race Tafari Makonnen crowned king of Abyssinia

1928-11-06

Swedes start a tradition of eating Gustavus Adolphus pastries to commemorate the king.

1929-01-05

Coup by King Alexander in South Slavia

1929-01-14

Afghan King Amanullah forced to resign

1930-08-07

Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King loses the election to Richard Bedford Bennett of the Conservative Party

1931-04-14

Spain becomes republic with overthrow of King Alfonso XIII

1932-04-04

Vitamin C 1st isolated, CC King, Univ of Pittsburgh

1932-05-07

58th Kentucky Derby: Eugene James aboard Burgoo King wins in 2:05.2

1932-05-09

58th Preakness: Eugene James aboard Burgoo King wins in 1:59.8

1932-12-10

King Rama VII (Prajadhipok) grants Thailand a constitution

1932-12-25

During King George V's Christmas dinner speech his chair collapes

1933-03-02

"King Kong," premieres at Radio City Music Hall & RKO Roxy NYC

1933-03-03

NYC premiere of "King Kong"

1933-09-29

Little King, Cartoon Character, by Von Beuren, debut

1934-02-23

Coronation of King Leopold III of Belgium

1934-10-09

Regicide at Marseille: The assassination of King Alexander I of Yugoslavia and Louis Barthou, Foreign Minister of France.

1935-04-21

King Boris of Bulgaria forbids all political parties

1935-05-06

British King George & Queen Mary celebrates silver jubilee

1935-10-23

Mackenzie King is elected as Prime Minister of Canada for the third time

1935-11-24

King George II returns to Greece after 12 years

1936-01-16

Screen Actors Guild incorporates with King Vidor as president

1936-01-20

Edward VIII succeeds British king George V

1936-12-10

Britain replaces King Edward VIII stamp series with King George VI

1936-12-15

KVL-AM in Seattle Wash changes call letters to KEEN (now KING)

1937-05-12

Coronation of King George VI of Great Britain (and his other realms and territories beyond the sea) at Westminster Abbey.

1937-12-24

Dutch government recognizes Italian king Emanuel III as emperor of Abyssinia

1938-02-10

King Carol II of Romania drives out dictator Goga

1938-07-31

Archaeologists discover engraved gold and silver plates from King Darius in Persepolis.

1938-11-21

-24] Belgian king Leopold III visits Netherlands

1939-04-08

King Zog I of Albania flees

1939-06-07

George VI & Elizabeth become the 1st king & queen of Britain to visit USA

1939-06-11

King & Queen of England taste 1st "hot dogs" at FDR's party

1939-09-10

Canada, under the leadership of Mackenzie King, declares war on Germany

1940-04-29

Norwegian King Haakon & government flee to Britain

1940-05-28

Belgium surrenders to Germany, King Leopold III gives himself up

1940-08-17

FDR & Canadian PM William M King agree to joint defense commission

1940-09-06

Crown prince Michael succeeds Carol II as king of Romania

1940-11-19

Belgian King Leopold III visits Adolf Hitler

1941-04-14

King Peter leaves Yugoslavia

1941-04-23

Greece Army surrenders to German Nazis RAF brings Greek king George II to Egypt

1942-06-24

US Admiral Ernest King orders Tulagi (Solomon Island) reconquered

1943-07-25

Benito Mussolini dismissed as Italian Premier and arrested on authority King Victor Emmanuel II

1943-10-01

1st King's Dragoon Guards (Royal Amoured Corps) liberates suburbs of Naples

1943-11-21

7 Belgian ministers in London criticise King Leopold III for surrendering to Germany

1944-06-16

King George VI visits General Montgomery's HQ in Normandy

1944-08-23

King Michael of Romania ordered his forces to cease fire against Allies & dismissed the pro-Axis premier, Marshal Ion Antonescu

1944-09-01

King George VI promotes Montgomery to field marshal

1944-12-30

King George II of Greece, abdicates his throne

1945-03-02

King Michael of Romania gives in to Communist government

1945-03-15

Billboard publishes its 1st album chart (King Cole Trio is #1)

1946-05-09

King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy abdicates, replaced by his son Umberto II

1946-05-25

Jordan gains independence from Britain (National Day); Abdullah ibn Hussein becomes king of Jordan

1946-06-09

Bhumibol Adulyadej, becomes king of Thailand

1946-06-13

King Umberto II of Italy abdicates

1946-06-14

Nat King Cole records "The Christmas Song" for the first time

1946-07-22

Menachen Begin's opposition group surprise attack on King David hotel

1946-07-23

Menachem Begin's Zionist militant group Irgun bombs the King David Hotel, the then British administrative headquarters for Palestine

1946-09-27

King George II of Greece returns from exile

1946-09-28

Greek king George II back in Athens

1947-04-10

King Frederik IX of Denmark crowned

1947-04-20

Frederik IX becomes king of Denmark

1947-05-05

Pulitzer prize awarded to Robert Penn Warren (All the King's Men)

1947-07-18

King George VI signs Indian Independence Act

1947-12-30

King Michael of Romania, forced by communists abdicates his throne

1948-07-29

King George VI opens 14th modern Olympic games in London

1948-10-22

Egyptian flagship King Farouk sunk by Israel

1948-11-15

Mackenzie King retires after spending 22 years as the Prime Minister of Canada

1948-11-25

KING TV channel 5 in Seattle, WA (NBC) begins broadcasting

1948-12-01

Arabic Congress names Abdullah of Trans Jordan as King of Palestine

1949-09-03

Fire in Chiang-king, China, destroys 7,000 lives

1949-11-07

King Faruk disbands Egyptian parliament

1950-03-12

Belgium votes (58%) for return of King Leopold III

1950-03-23

22rd Academy Awards - "All King's Men," Crawford & De Havilland win

1950-05-05

Phumiphon Abundet crowned as king Rama IX of Thailand

1950-07-22

King Leopold returns to Belgium after 6 years in exile

1950-08-01

King Leopold of Belgium abdicates, Baudouin becomes King

1950-08-11

King Boudouin I takes oath as royal prince of Belgium

1950-11-06

King Tribhuvana of Nepal flees to India

1950-11-16

Egyptian King Faruk demands departure of all British troops

1951-03-29

"King & I" opens at St James Theater NYC for 1246 performances

1951-07-16

King Leopold III, of Belgium, abdicates

1951-07-17

King Leopold III of Belgium abdicates in favour of his son Boudouin I

1951-07-20

King Abdullah I of Jordan is assassinated by a Palestinian while attending Friday prayers in Jerusalem.

1952-02-02

B. B. King's "3 O'Clock Blues" hits #1 on the US Billboard's R&B hit parade to become his first national hit

1952-02-06

Queen Elizabeth II succeeds King George VI to the British throne

1952-02-15

King George VI is buried in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.

1952-03-30

6th Tony Awards: Fourposter & King & I win

1952-07-26

King Farouk I of Egypt abdicates [Black Saturday]

1952-08-11

Hussein Ibn Talal I, proclaimed King of Jordan

1952-08-12

Hussain ibn Talal proclaimed King of Jordan

1953-05-02

Feisal II installed as king of Iraq

1953-05-02

Hussein I installed as king of Jordan

1953-11-30

Edward Mutesa II, the kabaka (king) of Buganda is deposed and exiled to London by Sir Andrew Cohen, Governor of Uganda.

1954-03-20

"King & I" closes at St James Theater NYC after 1246 performances

1954-12-04

The first Burger King is opened in Miami, Florida, USA

1955-03-02

King Norodom Sihanukh of Cambodia succeeded by his father

1955-03-13

Bir BSD Mahendra succeeds Tribhubana as king of Nepal

1955-03-14

Prince Mahemdra becomes king of Nepal

1955-05-16

King Baudouin of Belgium visits Congo

1955-10-20

Publication of "The Return of the King", the 3rd and final volume of "The Lord of the Rings" by J. R. R. Tolkien - 2nd best-selling novel

1956-01-30

Martin Luther King Jr.s home bombed

1956-02-14

Verhoeven/Nauta/De King/Wijnhout win Dutch 11 city skate

1956-03-05

"King Kong," 1st televised

1956-07-16

King Faisal of Iraq begins visit to England

1956-11-05

The Nat King Cole Show debuts on NBC, the first variety program to be hosted by an African-American

1957-05-01

Larry King's 1st radio broadcast

1957-09-21

Olav V becomes king of Norway

1957-12-17

The last episode of The Nat King Cole Show airs on NBC due to lack of national sponsorship

1958-03-22

Faisal succeeds Saudi as king of Saudi-Arabia

1958-07-10

Ex-king Norodom Sihanoek appointed premier of Cambodia

1958-07-17

King Hussein declares himself head of Jordan/Iraqi federation

1958-07-20

King Hussein of Jordan breaks off diplomatic relations with UAR

1958-08-18

Perez Prado "Mambo King" receives one of the 1st gold records

1959-01-13

King Boudouin promises Belgian Congo independence

1960-10-19

Martin Luther King Jr. arrested in Atlanta sit-in

1960-10-27

Singer Ben E King records "Spanish Harlem" & "Stand By Me"

1960-12-23

King Saudi of Saudi Arabia takes power

1961-03-03

King Hassan II's ascends to throne of Morocco

1961-03-27

Failed assassination attempt on King Saif al-Islam Achmad of Yemen

1961-08-16

Martin L King protests for black voting right in Miami

1961-12-12

Martin Luther King Jr. & 700 demonstraters arrested in Albany Ga

1962-07-10

Martin Luther King Jr. arrested during demonstration in Georgia

1962-07-27

Martin Luther King Jr. jailed in Albany Georgia

1963-07-06

70th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: M Smith beats Billie J King (63 64)

1963-08-28

Martin Luther King Jr. delivers his "I have a dream speech" addressing civil rights march at Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC

1963-09-28

"King Leonardo" cartoon last airs on NBC-TV

1963-11-18

King Hassan II opens 1st parliament in Morocco

1964-03-06

Constantine succeeds Paul I as king of Greece

1964-06-05

Davie Jones & King Bees debut "I Can't Help Thinking About Me"; group disbands but Davie Jones goes on to success as David Bowie

1964-10-14

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. announced as winner of the Nobel Peace Prize

1964-11-02

Faisal succeeds Saud as king of Saudi Arabia

1964-11-18

J. Edgar Hoover describes Martin Luther King as "most notorious liar"

1964-12-01

Martin Lurther King speaks to J. Edgar Hoover about his slander campaign

1964-12-10

Nobel Peace Prize presented to Dr Martin Luther King Jr. in Oslo

1965-01-02

Martin Luther King Jr. begins a drive to register black voters

1965-01-23

"King Family Show" (musical variety) premieres on ABC TV

1965-02-01

Martin Luther King Jr. & 700 demonstrators arrested in Selma Ala

1965-03-21

Martin Luther King Jr. begins march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama

1965-03-25

Martin Luther King Jr. led 25,000 to state capitol in Montgomery, Al

1965-06-07

Morocco King Hassan suspends constitution, grabs power

1965-09-12

79th US Womens Tennis: Margaret Smith beats Billie Jean King (86 75)

1965-12-16

Taufa'ahau Tupou IV, becomes King of Tonga

1966-01-17

Martin Luther King Jr. opens campaign in Chicago

1966-05-07

92nd Kentucky Derby: Donald Brumfield aboard Kauai King wins in 2:02

1966-05-21

92nd Preakness: Don Brumfield aboard Kauai King wins in 1:55.4

1966-07-02

73rd Wimbledon Women's Tennis Singles: Billie J King (Miss Moffat) beats Maria Bueno (63 36 61)

1966-07-08

King Mwambutsa IV Bangiriceng of Burundi is deposed by his son Prince Charles Ndizi.

1966-08-05

Martin Luther King Jr. stoned during Chicago march

1967-05-30

King Hussein of Jordan visits Cairo

1967-07-08

74th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Billie Jean King beats Anne Jones (63 64)

1967-09-10

81st US Womens Tennis: Billie Jean M King beats Ann H Jones (119 64)

1967-10-03

King Boudouin inaugurates world's biggest floodgate (Antwerp)

1967-12-13

Unsuccessful coup against Greek King Constantine II

1968-03-04

Martin Luther King Jr. announces plans for Poor People's Campaign

1968-04-04

US civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee

1968-04-08

40th Academy Awards postponed to Apr 10th due to death of Martin Luther King

1968-04-08

Baseball's Opening Day is postponed because of Martin Luther King's assassination

1968-04-09

Martin Luther King Jr., buried in Atlanta

1968-06-08

James Earl Ray, alleged assassin of Martin Luther King Jr., captured

1968-07-06

75th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Billie Jean King beats J Tegart (97 75)

1968-08-29

1st US Open tennis match (Billie Jean King beats Dr Vija Vuskains)

1968-09-05

82nd US Women's Tennis: Virginia Wade beats Billie Jean King (6-4 6-4)

1969-01-01

People's Democracy (PD) begin a 4-day march from Belfast across Northern Ireland to Derry, modeled on Martin Luther King's Selma to Montgomery march

1969-03-10

James Earl Ray pleads guilty to murder of Martin Luther King Jr

1969-04-28

King Crismson with Greg Lake & Ian McDonald debuts

1969-07-04

76th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Ann Jones beats Billie J King (36 63 62)

1969-09-01

Libyan revolution, Colonel Moammar Gadhafi deposes King Idris

1970-07-03

77th Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Margaret Smith beats King (14-12 11-9)

1970-09-01

Failed assassination attempt on Jordanian king Hussain

1970-09-16

King Hussein of Jordan forms military government

1971-07-10

Failed attempt on King Hassan II Shirat Morocco, 101 killed

1971-09-12

85th US Womens Tennis: Billie Jean King beats Rosemary Casals (64 76)

1971-10-03

Billie Jean King became 1st female athlete to win $100,000

1971-12-18

Three members of the Irish Republican Army die when the bomb they were transporting explodes prematurely in King Street, Magherafelt, County Derry.

1972-01-31

Birendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev becomes 11th King of Nepal

1972-04-15

Barbra Striesand, James Taylor, Carole King & Quincy Jones perform at a benefit for George McGovern for President

1972-07-07

79th Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Billie Jean King beats Goolagong (63 63)

1972-07-24

Jigme Singye Wangchuk becomes king of Bhutan at 16

1972-08-16

Morocco King Hassan II's B727 shot at

1972-09-09

86th US Womens Tennis: Billie Jean M King beats K Melville (63 75)

1973-07-07

80th Wimbledon Womens Tennis: Billie Jean King beats C Evert (60 75), 1st all-US women's 1st all-US women's Wimbledon final

1973-07-17

Military coup in Afghanistan; King Mohammad Zahir Shah flees

1973-09-01

George Foreman KOs Jose "King" Roman in 1 for heavyweight boxing title

1973-09-08

Rebecca Ann King (Colo), 23, crowned 46th Miss America 1974

1973-09-19

Carl XVI Gustaf, becomes King of Sweden

1973-09-20

Billy Jean King beats Bobby Riggs in battle-of-sexes tennis match

1974-09-08

88th US Women's Tennis: Billie J King beats Evonne Goolagong (36 63 75)

1974-09-09

88th US Womens Tennis: B J M King beats E Goolagong Cawley (36 63 75)

1975-01-29

First American Annual Comedy Awards, hosted by Alan King

1975-07-04

82nd Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Billie Jean King beats Evonne Goolagong (60 61)

1975-08-14

Norwegian King Olav V opens Longyearbyen Airport on Spitsbergen

1975-10-30

King Juan Carlos assumes power in Spain

1975-11-22

Juan Carlos proclaimed king of Spain

1975-12-02

Laos king Sisavang Vatthana resigns, republic forms

1977-05-02

"King & I" opens at Uris Theater NYC for 719 performances

1977-06-10

James Earl Ray (Martin Luther King's killer) escapes from prison

1977-06-13

Convicted Martin Luther King assassin James Earl Ray recaptured

1977-07-11

US Medal of Freedom awarded posthumously to Rev Martin Luther King Jr

1978-01-30

Mutual Broadcasting Network begins airing Larry King Show on radio

1978-04-03

Larry King moves his radio show from Miami to Washington DC

1978-10-22

"King of Hearts" opens at Minskoff Theater NYC for 48 performances

1978-12-03

"King of Hearts" closes at Minskoff Theater NYC after 48 performances

1978-12-27

King Juan Carlos ratifies Spain's 1st democratic constitution

1978-12-30

"King & I" closes at Uris Theater NYC after 719 performances

1979-01-14

Pres Carter proposes Martin Luther King's birthday be a holiday

1979-11-28

"King of Schnorrers" opens at Playhouse Theater NYC for 63 perfs

1980-01-13

"King of Schnorrers" closes at Playhouse Theater NYC after 63 perfs

1980-06-22

Jim King begins riding Miracle Strip Roller coaster 368 hours

1980-07-07

Jim King completes riding Miracle Strip Roller coaster 368 hours

1980-11-04

Sadaharu Oh, 40, pro baseball's all-time HR run king with 868, retires

1981-05-01

Tennis player Billie Jean King acknowledges a lesbian relationship with Marilyn Barnett - becoming first prominent sportswoman to come out

1982-06-13

Fahd becomes king of Saudi Arabia when King Khalid dies at 69

1982-08-03

Clyde King replaces Gene Michaels as NY Yankee manager

1982-11-26

Clyde King named Yankee manager

1983-04-10

Jordan king Hussein ceases negotiations with PLO

1983-04-27

Nolan Ryan becomes strikeout king (3,509), passing Walter Johnson

1983-10-19

Senate establishes Martin Luther King Jr. federal holiday

1983-11-02

President Reagan signs bill establishing Dr Martin Luther King Jr. holiday

1984-03-25

Betsy King wins LPGA Women's Kemper Golf Open

1984-04-29

Betsy King wins LPGA Freedom/Orlando Golf Classic

1984-05-19

"King Of Suede" by Weird Al Yankovic hits #62

1984-08-26

Betsy King wins LPGA Columbia Savings Golf Classic

1984-10-25

King Boudouin opens Museum for Modern Art in Brussels

1984-12-25

NBA's Bernard King scores 60 points

1985-01-07

"King & I" opens at Broadway Theater NYC for 191 performances

1985-02-11

King Hussein of Jordan & PLO leader Arafat sign accord

1985-02-24

Birendra, Bir Bikram Shah Dev crowned King of Nepal

1985-02-24

Yul Brynner reprised his role in "The King & I"

1985-03-03

Betsy King wins LPGA Samaritan Turquoise Golf Classic

1985-03-06

Yul Brynner appears in his 4,500th performance of "King & I"

1985-06-30

"The King & I" closes at Broadway Theater NYC after 191 performances

1985-09-02

Betsy King wins LPGA Rail Charity Golf Classic

1986-01-20

1st federal holiday honoring Martin Luther King Jr

1986-02-19

King Hussein of Jordan severs ties with PLO

1986-04-07

Wrestlemania II at 3 locations, Hulk Hogan beats King Kong Bundy

1986-04-25

Mswati III is crowned King of Swaziland, succeeding his father Sobhuza II.

1986-06-07

Pirates draft 3rd baseman Jeff King #1

1986-07-23

King Hassan II meets with Israeli premier Simon Peres

1986-08-10

Betsy King wins LPGA Henredon Golf Classic

1986-08-29

Morocco king Hassan II signs unity treaty with Libya

1986-09-01

Betsy King wins LPGA Rail Charity Golf Classic

1987-01-21

BB King donates his 7,000 record collection to U of Mississippi

1987-01-21

B.B. King is inducted into the "Rock and Roll Hall of Fame"

1987-02-24

Radio personality Larry King suffers a heart attack

1987-03-22

Betsy King wins LPGA Circle K Tucson Golf Open

1987-04-05

16th Nabisco Dinah Shore Golf Championship won by Betsy King

1987-05-20

Wrestler Jerry Lawler sues WWF & Harley Race for trademark name "king"

1987-06-07

Betsy King wins LPGA McDonald's Golf Championship

1987-08-23

Betsy King wins Atlantic City LPGA Golf Classic

1987-11-18

31 people die in a fire at King's Cross, London's busiest tube station

1988-03-06

Betsy King wins LPGA Women's Kemper Golf Open/Helene Curtis Pro-Am

1988-07-30

Jordanian King Hussein renounces sovereignity over West Bank to PLO

1988-07-30

King Hussein dissolves Jordan's House of Representatives

1988-09-05

Betsy King wins LPGA Rail Charity Golf Classic

1988-09-11

Betsy King wins LPGA Cellular One-Ping Golf Championship

1989-01-15

Betsy King wins LPGA Jamaica Golf Classic

1989-02-26

Betsy King wins LPGA Women's Kemper Golf Open/Helene Curtis Pro-Am

1989-03-29

Michael Milken, junk bond king, indicted in NY for racketeering

1989-04-23

Betsy King wins LPGA USX Golf Classic

1989-06-14

Singer-songwriter Carol King gets a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame

1989-06-25

Betsy King wins LPGA McDonald's Golf Championship

1989-07-16

44th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Betsy King

1989-08-27

Betsy King wins LPGA Nestle World Golf Championship

1990-04-01

19th Nabisco Dinah Shore Golf Championship won by Betsy King

1990-04-08

King Birendra of Nepal lifts 30-year ban on political parties

1990-04-29

Dan Quisenberry (all-time AL save king, 238) announces his retirement

1990-06-10

Burger King begins using Newman's Own Salad Dressing

1990-07-15

45th US Women's Open Golf Championship won by Betsy King

1990-08-19

Betsy King wins LPGA JAL Big Apple Golf Classic

1990-12-09

Betsy King wins Itoman LPGA World Match Play Golf Championship

1991-01-03

LA King Wayne Gretzky scores his 700th goal against NY Islanders

1991-01-17

Harald V becomes King of Norway on the death of his father, Olav V.

1991-02-05

LA King Dave Taylor becomes 29th NHler to score 1000 points

1991-03-03

LA Police severly beat motorist Rodney King, captured on amateur video

1991-03-15

4 LA police are charged with beating Rodney King

1991-03-19

NFL owners strip Phoenix of 1993 Super Bowl game due to Arizona Not recognizing Martin Luther King Day

1991-04-10

LA King Wayne Gretzky scores NHL record 93rd playoff goal

1991-05-26

Betsy King wins LPGA Corning Golf Classic

1991-07-21

Betsy King wins LPGA JAL Big Apple Golf Classic

1991-12-26

NY Islander Derek King ties NJ Devils 5-5 with ½ second left

1992-02-05

Jury selection begins in the LA police beating Rodney King case

1992-02-20

Ross Perot says he'll run for President on Larry King Show

1992-04-29

Jury acquits LA police officers of beating Rodney King, riots begin

1992-05-01

LA Dodgers postpone 3 games due to racial riots over Rodney King beating

1992-05-17

38th Mazda LPGA Championship won by Betsy King

1992-06-16

Jeff King is 5th to be thrown out twice trying to steal in an inning

1992-07-12

Betsy King wins LPGA Phar-Mor in Youngstown Golf Tournament

1992-08-05

4 cops in Rodney King beating case indicted on civil rights charge

1992-11-08

Betsy King wins LPGA Mazda Japan Golf Classic

1993-01-03

Junk bond king Michael Milkin is released from jail after 22 months

1993-01-18

Martin Luther King Jr. holiday observed in all 50 states for 1st time

1993-02-03

Federal trial of 4 police officers charged with civil rights violations in videotaped beating of Rodney King begins in LA Calif

1993-02-09

Army of opium king Khun Sa kills 60 in NE Burma

1993-03-09

Rodney King in court says he thinks he heard cops yell racial slurs

1993-04-16

Jury reaches guilty verdict in Federal case against police officer who beat Rodney King, but the verdict is not read until April 17th

1993-05-30

Betsy King wins J C Penney/LPGA Skins Game Golf Tournament

1993-07-31

Prince Ronald "Ronnie" Mutebi crowned king of Uganda

1993-08-09

King Albert II of Belgium, crowned

1993-09-24

Norodom Sihanouk again installed as King of Cambodia

1993-11-07

Betsy King wins LPGA Toray Japan Queens Cup Golf Tournament

1994-03-20

Zulu-king Goodwill Zwelithini founds realm in South Africa

1994-04-19

Rodney King award $3,800,000 in compensation for his police beating

1994-04-25

King Azlan Shah of Malaysia resigns

1994-05-27

Larry King ended his radio show

1994-06-15

Disney's "Lion King" opens in theaters with $42 million

1994-08-03

1st Jordanian plane to fly over Israeli airspace (King Hussein pilot)

1994-08-17

Lesotho King Letsie II dismisses premier Ntsu Mokhehle

1995-06-25

Betsy King wins ShopRite LPGA Golf Classic

1995-08-02

Saudi Arabia's King Fahd issues a decree replacing all members of the Council of Ministers who do not have blood ties so the royal Family

1995-08-08

Jeff King of Pirates is 16th NL player to HR twice in one inning

1996-04-05

Marlon Brando makes anti-semetic remarks about hollywood on Larry King

1996-04-11

"King & I" premieres at Neil Simon Theater in NYC for 781 perform

1996-10-13

Annika Sorenstam wins Betsy King LPGA Golf Classic

1997-03-23

Betsy King wins LPGA Standard Register PING

1997-03-27

Martin Luther King's son meets James Earl Ray, his father's killer

1997-03-30

26th Nabisco Dinah Shore Golf Championship won by Betsy King

1997-05-18

"King David" opens at New Amsterdam Theater NYC

1997-05-23

"King David" closes at New Amsterdam Theater NYC

1997-10-05

Annika Sorenstam wins LPGA CoreStates Betsy King Classic

1997-11-13

"Lion King" opens at New Amersterdam Theater NYC

1997-11-14

Disney's "Lion King" sets Broadway record of $2,700,000 daily sale

1998-02-22

"King & I," closes at Neil Simon Theater NYC after 781 performances

1998-06-07

James Byrd, Jr. is dragged to death by Shawn Allen Berry, Lawrence Russel Brewer, and John William King in Jasper, Texas in a racially-motivated hate crime.

1998-06-07

52nd Tony Awards: The Lion King & 'Art' win

1998-09-27

Core States Betsy King Golf Classic

1999-02-07

Crown Prince Abdullah becomes the King of Jordan on the death of his father, King Hussein.

1999-06-19

At about 4:30 pm, Stephen King is hit by a car on the shoulder of Route 5, in Lovell, Maine. He would suffer numerous injuries, including a collapsed right lung, multiple fractures of his right leg, scalp laceration and a broken hip

1999-07-23

Crown Prince Mohammed Ben Al-Hassan is crowned King Mohammed VI of Morocco on the death of his father.

2001-06-04

Gyanendra, the last King of Nepal, ascends to the throne after the massacre in the Royal Palace.

2004-02-29

76th Academy Awards - "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King," Sean Penn & Charlize Theron win

2004-10-07

King Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia abdicates.

2005-02-01

Nepal King Gyanendra exercises Coup d'état to capture the democracy becoming Chairman of the Councils of ministers.

2005-08-03

President Maaouya Ould Sid'Ahmed Taya of Mauritania is overthrown in a military coup while attending the funeral of King Fahd in Saudi Arabia.

2006-04-22

243 people are injured in pro-democracy protest in Nepal after Nepali security forces open fire on protesters against King Gyanendra.

2006-04-24

King Gyanendra of Nepal gives into the demands of protesters and restores the parliament that he dissolved in 2002.

2006-12-15

B.B. King is awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President George W. Bush

2007-11-10

¿Por qué no te callas? incident between King Juan Carlos of Spain and Venezuela's president Hugo Chávez.

2008-06-01

A fire at the backlot of Universal Studios Hollywood destroys several icons from movies, such as Courthouse Square, the clock tower from Back to the Future, and the King Kong exhibit on the studio tour.

2011-02-27

83rd Academy Awards - "The King's Speech," Colin Firth & Natalie Portman win

2012-03-16

George Clooney and other several prominent participants, including Martin Luther King III, are arrested outside the Sundanese Embassy for civil disobedience

2012-03-19

Wendy's overtakes Burger King to become the second best selling hamburger chain

2012-04-09

The Lion King becomes highest grossing Broadway show after overtaking The Phantom of the Opera

2012-10-04

Jordan's King Abdullah dissolves parliament in preparation for new elections

2013-02-13

Sir Mervyn King, Governor of the Bank of England, says he believes "a recovery is in sight" after fears raised about a triple dip recession

2014-07-26

Taghrooda wins the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes

2015-11-05

George Barris, Batmobile creator and 'King of the Kustomizers,' dies at 89

2016-12-02

Thailand's new king makes first public appearance

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King - Notable Birthdays

Alexander the GreatJul 20, -356

King Philip IMay 23, 1052

Richard ISep 8, 1157

Edward IIINov 13, 1312

Pedro, the CruelAug 30, 1334

James IDec 10, 1394

Henry VIIIJun 28, 1491

Henry IIMar 31, 1519

James VIJun 19, 1566

Charles INov 19, 1600

Charles IIMay 29, 1630

Louis XIVSep 5, 1638

George IMay 28, 1660

Kamehameha IMay 1, 1738

Louis XVIIINov 17, 1755

Victor Emmanuel IIMar 14, 1820

John Philip SousaNov 6, 1854

George VJun 3, 1865

Howard CarterMay 9, 1873

Mackenzie KingDec 17, 1874

Edward VIIIJun 23, 1894

Elizabeth Bowes-LyonAug 4, 1900

T.H. WhiteMay 29, 1906

Orville RedenbacherJul 16, 1907

Robert JohnsonMay 8, 1911

Gerald R FordJul 14, 1913

Cole, MontgomeryMar 17, 1919

Norodom SihanoukOct 31, 1922

Martin Luther KingJan 15, 1929

John GutfreundSep 14, 1929

Elvis PresleyJan 8, 1935

Roger MillerJan 2, 1936

Billie Jean KingNov 22, 1943

Michael KingDec 15, 1945

Stephen KingSep 21, 1947

Jeremy IronsSep 19, 1948

Betsy KingAug 13, 1955

Michael JacksonAug 29, 1958

Rickey HendersonDec 25, 1958

Wayne GretzkyJan 26, 1961

Rodney KingApr 2, 1965

Enrique IglesiasMay 8, 1975

King - Birthdays
Date Event
356

Alexander the Great, Pella Macedon, Macedonian king and military leader, (d. 323 BC)

BC
AD
778-04-16

King Louis the Pious (d. 840)

823-06-13

Charles II, the Bald, King of France (843-77)/emperor (875-77)

846-11-01

Louis the Stammerer, King of West Francia (877-79) (d. 879)

879-09-17

Charles III, [The Simple], king of France (893-923)

912-11-23

Otto I, the Great, German king, Holy Roman emperor (962-73)

972-03-27

King Robert II of France (d. 1031)

973-05-06

Henry II, Roman Catholic German king/emperor (1002/14-24)

1008-05-04

King Henry I of France (d. 1060)

1040-06-27

King Ladislaus I of Hungary (d. 1095)

1052-05-23

King Philip I of France (d. 1108)

1074-02-12

Conrad, King of Germany and Italy (d. 1101)

1081-01-08

Henry V, Roman German king/emperor (1098/1111-25)

1095-12-22

Roger II of Sicily, King of Sicily (d. 1154)

1109-07-25

Afonso I, the Conqueror, king of Portugal (1143-85)

1131-01-14

King Valdemar I of Denmark (d. 1182)

1133-03-05

King Henry II of England (d. 1189)

1133-03-25

Henry II, King of England (1154-89)

1154-11-11

Sancho I, King of Portugal (1185-1212)

1155-02-28

Henry the Young King, son of Henry II of England (d. 1183)

1155-11-11

Alfonso VIII, the Noble One, king of Castilia

1157-09-08

Richard I, [Richard the Lion Hearted], King of England (1189-99)

1165-08-21

Philip II Augustus, 1st great Capetian king of France (1179-1223)

1167-12-24

John "without a land", King of England (1199-1216)

1171-08-15

King Alfonso IX of Leon (d. 1230)

1185-04-23

King Afonso II of Portugal (d. 1223)

1187-09-05

Louis VIII, [Coeur-de-Lion] king of France (1223-26)

1194-12-26

Frederick II, Iesi Italy, Holy Roman Emperor, King of the Romans (Germany), Sicily and Jerusalem

1198-08-24

King Alexander II of Scotland (d. 1249)

1207-09-08

Sancho II, king of Portugal

1207-10-01

Henry III, king of England (1216-72)

1210-05-05

King Afonso III of Portugal (d. 1279)

1211-02-12

Henry VII, Roman catholic German king (1220-35)

1214-04-25

Louis IX, King of France (1226-70)

1221-11-23

Alfonso X (the Wise), king of Castile & Leon (1252-84)

1226-06-21

King Boleslaus V of Poland (d. 1279)

1228-04-25

Conrad IV, Andria Italy, King of Germany, Jerusalem and Sicily (d. 1254)

1238-05-01

Magnus VI Lagabuter, King of Norway (1263-80)

1239-06-17

Edward I, King of England (1272-1307) subdued Wales, expelled Jews from England

1239-10-18

Stefanus V, prince of Transylvania/king of Hungary (1270-72)

1245-04-03

Philips III, the Stout, King of France (1270-85)

1245-04-30

King Philip III of France (d. 1285)

1257-10-14

King Przemysl II of Poland (d. 1296)

1261-10-09

Dionysius, the Justified, king of Portugal (1279-1325)

1267-08-10

King James II of Aragon (d. 1327)

1271-09-17

Wenceslas II, king of Bohemia & Poland (1278-1305)

1274-07-11

Robert Bruce, King of Scots (1306-29)

1284-04-25

Edward II, King of England (1307-27), Caernarfon Castle Gwynedd,

1285-12-06

King Ferdinand IV of Castile (d. 1312)

1289-10-04

Louis X, the Stubborn, king of France (1314-16)

1289-10-06

King Wenceslaus III of Bohemia (d. 1306)

1291-02-08

Afonso IV, King of Portugal (1325-57)

1296-08-10

John the Blind, King of Bohemia/Count of Luxembourg

1309-04-30

Kazimierz III de Great, King of Poland (1333-70)

1311-08-13

King Alfonso XI of Castile and Leon (d. 1350)

1312-11-13

Edward III, Windsor Castle, England, king of England (1327-77, raped countess of Salisbury), (d. 1377)

1316-03-02

Robert II, the Steward, King of Scots (1371-90)

1316-05-14

Charles IV, King of Bohemia (1346-78) and Holy Roman Emperor (1355-78). Dies 1378

1316-11-15

Jean I, King of France (Nov 15-19, 1316) (he lived only 5 days)

1318-06-08

Eleonora Plantagenet, daughter of King Eduard II/wife of Reinald II

1319-04-16

King John II of France (d. 1364)

1319-09-05

Pedro IV, king of Aragon

1320-04-08

King Peter I of Portugal (d. 1367)

1320-04-19

Pedro I, King of Portugal (1357-67)

1324-03-05

David II Bruce, King of Scots (1331..71)

1326-03-05

Louis I, [the Great], King of Hungary (1342-82), Poland (1370-82)

1328-10-09

King Peter I of Cyprus (d. 1369)

1334-01-13

King Henry II of Castile (d. 1379)

1334-08-30

Pedro, the Cruel, Burgos, Spanish King of Castilia & Leon

1338-01-21

King Charles V, (Charles the Wise), of France (1364-80)

1339-07-23

Louis I, Duke of Anjou/King of Naples (Battle at Poitiers)

1345-10-31

Ferdinand I, the wise one, king of Portugal (built navy)

1352-05-05

Ruprecht, Roman catholic German king

1357-04-22

Johan I, King of Portugal (1383-1433)

1358-08-24

King John I of Castile (d. 1390)

1367-01-06

Richard II, Bordeaux, France, King of England (1377-99) (d. 1400)

1367-04-03

Henry IV, Bolingbroke Lincolnshire, King of England (1399-1413)

1367-06-28

Sigismund, German Emperor/king of Hungary/Bohemia

1368-02-03

Charles VI, King of France (1380-1422)

1368-12-03

Charles VI, [the Well-Beloved], king of France (1380-1422)

1373-11-30

Ferdinand I, the Righteous, king of Aragon/Sicily

1377-02-11

King Ladislas of Naples (d. 1414)

1379-10-04

King Henry III of Castile (d. 1406)

1387-08-29

Henry V, king of England (1413-22)/France (1416-19)

1387-09-16

Henry V, king of England (1413-22)

1391-10-30

Eduard, [Dom Duarte], King of Portugal (1433-38)/author

1394-12-10

King James I of Scotland, Dunfermline Palace, Fife, (1406-1437), (d. 1437)

1397-08-16

Albrecht II von Habsburg, king of Bohemia/Hungary/Germany

1403-02-22

Charles VII, King of France (1422-61), drove out the English from Northern France. Died 1461.

1405-03-06

King John II of Castile (d. 1454)

1421-12-06

Henry VI, king of England (1422-61, 1470-71)

1423-07-03

Louis XI, King of France (1461-83)

1424-10-31

Wladyslaw III Warnenczyk, king of Poland/Hungary

1427-11-30

Kazimierz IV, king of Poland (1447-92)

1430-10-16

King James II of Scotland (d. 1460)

1432-01-15

Afonso V "the African", king of Portugal (1438-1481)

1440-02-22

Ladislaus V Posthumus, King of Hungary/Bohemia

1442-04-20

Edward IV, King (England, 1461-83)

1442-04-28

Edward IV, King of England (1461-70, 71-83)

1448-11-04

King Alphonso II of Naples (d. 1495)

1452-03-10

Ferdinand II, the Catholic, King of Aragon/Sicily (expelled Jews)

1452-07-10

King James III of Scotland (d. 1488)

1452-10-02

King Richard III, of England (1483-85)

1455-02-02

King John of Denmark (d. 1513)

1455-03-03

King John II of Portugal (d. 1495)

1456-03-01

Wladyslaw Jagiello, king of Bohemia/Hungary (1471/90-1516)

1457-01-28

Henry VII, Pembroke Castle, 1st Tudor king of England (1485-1509)

1462-06-27

Louis XII, the Just, King of France (1498-1515)

1465-02-11

Elizabeth of York, London, Consort of King Henry VII

1467-01-01

Sigismund I, the old, king of Poland

1467-07-26

Ferdinand II, King of Naples

1469-05-31

Manuel I, King of Portugal (1495-1521) during era of exploration

1470-06-30

Charles VIII, King of France (1483-98), invaded Italy

1470-11-03

Edward V, King of England (Apr 9-Jun 25 1483)

1471-09-07

Frederik I, king of Denmark/Norway (1523-33)

1473-03-17

James IV, King of Scots (1488-1513)

1476-09-11

Louise of Savoye, French mother/regentes of king Francois I

1478-06-22

Philips de Schone, Archduke of Austrian/King of Castilia (Philips I)

1478-07-22

Philip I, (the Handsome), 1st Habsburg King of Spain (1504-06)

1486-09-20

Arthur, Prince of Wales, son of King Henry VII of England (d. 1502)

1491-06-28

Henry VIII, King of England (1509-47)

1494-09-12

King Francis I of France (1515-47), (d. 1547)

1500-02-24

Carlos V, King of Spain (1516-56)/Holy Roman Emperor

1501-01-16

Anthony Denny, confidant of King Henry VIII of England (d. 1559)

1502-06-06

King John III of Portugal (d. 1557)

1503-08-12

Christian III, king of Denmark/Norway (1534-59)

1506-07-01

Louis II, king of Hungary/Bohemia (1516-26)

1512-01-31

King Henry of Portugal (d. 1580)

1512-04-10

James V, King of Scots (1513-42)

1515-11-22

Marie Guise, French wife of king James V of Scotland

1519-03-31

Henry II, King of France (1547-59)

1520-08-01

Sigismund II Augustus, Krakow, King of Poland (1548-72)

1527-05-21

Philip II, King of Spain (1556-98) & Portugal (1580-98)

1527-07-31

Maximilian II, German King/Emperor (1564-76)

1528-01-07

Jeanne d'Albret, queen of Navarra/mother of French King Henry IV

1533-12-13

Erik XIV Wasa, king of Sweden (1560-69)

1534-07-01

Frederick II, King of Denmark and Norway (1559-88)

1537-10-12

Edward VI, Tudor, King of England (1547-53)

1537-12-20

King John III of Sweden (d. 1592)

1537-12-21

Johan III, king of Sweden (1569-92)

1537-12-23

King John III of Sweden (d. 1592)

1540-08-26

King Magnus of Livonia (d. 1583)

1544-01-19

Francis II de Valois-Angouleme, king of France (1559-60)

1545-07-08

Don Carlos, son of Spanish king Philip II

1547-04-13

Elisabeth of Valois, daughter of King Henry II of France and 3rd wife of Philip II of Spain (d. 1568)

1547-11-12

Claude of Valois, French princess (d. 1575). 2nd daughter of King Henry II of France and Catherine de' Medici.

1550-06-27

Charles IX, King of France (1560-74)

1550-10-04

Charles IX, King of Sweden

1551-09-19

Henry III, duke of Anjou/king of Poland/France (1573/4-89)

1553-12-13

Henry IV, 1st Bourbon-king of Navarre/France (1572/89-1610)

1553-12-14

Henri IV the Bourbon, King of Navarra (Henri III)/France

1554-01-20

King Sebastian of Portugal (d. 1578)

1566-06-19

James Stuart, King James VI of Scotland (1567-1625) and James I of England and Ireland (1603-25)

1566-06-20

Sigismund III, King of Poland/Sweden

1574-12-12

Anne of Denmark, daughter of Danish King Frederik II and Queen Consort of James I of England (d. 1619)

1578-04-14

Philip III, King of Spain & Portugal (1598-1621)

1578-07-09

Ferdinand II, King of Bohemia/Hungary/German Emperor (1619-37)

1594-12-09

Gustavus II Adolphus, king who made Sweden a major power (1611-32)

1595-06-09

King Wladislaus IV of Poland (d. 1648)

1595-06-19

Wladyslaw IV Vasa, king of Poland (1632-48)

1596-08-26

Frederik V, king of Bohemia (White Mountain)

1600-11-19

Charles I, King of England (1625-49); executed by Parliament

1601-09-27

Louis XIII, king of France (1610-43)

1604-03-19

Johan IV, composer/king of Portugal (1640-56)

1605-04-08

Philip IV, King of Spain & Portugal (1621-65)

1608-04-25

Jean BG duke of Orleans, brother of French King Louis XIII/general

1608-07-13

Ferdinand III, King of Hungary/Bohemia/German Emperor (1637-57)

1609-03-18

Frederick III, King of Denmark & Norway (1648-70); absolutist

1609-03-22

Jan II Kazimierz, cardinal/King of Poland (1648-68)

1609-03-22

John II Casimir Vasa, cardinal/king of Poland (1648-68)

1612-02-07

Thomas Killigrew, English humorist/playwright/leader (King's Men)

1622-04-07

Louise Hollandine, daughter of King Frederik V & Elizabeth Stuart

1622-11-08

Karl X Gustaf, King of Sweden (1654-60)

1624-06-02

Jan III Sobieski, King of Poland (1674-96)

1629-08-17

King John [Jan] III Sobieski of Poland. Victor over the Turks in 1683 (d. 1696)

1630-05-29

Charles II, St. James's Palace, London, King of England, Scotland and Ireland (1660-85)

1633-10-14

James Stuart, King James VII of Scotland / James II of England (d. 1688)

1635-12-24

Mariana of Austria, second wife of king Philip IV of Spain (d. 1696)

1638-09-05

Louis XIV, Saint-Germain-en-Laye, King of France (1643-1715), (Sun King), (d. 1715)

1640-05-31

Michał Wiśniowiecki, King of Poland (d. 1673)

1641-10-05

Françoise-Athénaïs, marquise de Montespan, French mistress of King Louis XIV of France (d. 1707)

1643-08-21

Afonso VI, king of Portugal (1656-67) (mentally ill)

1645-10-26

Aert de Gelder, Dutch painter (King David)

1646-04-15

King Christian V of Denmark (d. 1699)

1648-04-26

Pedro II, King of Portugal (1683-1706)

1648-12-15

Gregory King, English statistician (Natural & Political Observations)

1649-04-09

James Scott, duke of Monmouth, bastard son of English king Charles II

1650-02-02

Nell [Eleanor] Gwyn, English actress/mistress (King Charles II)

1650-11-04

William III of Orange, king of England (1689-1702)

1650-11-14

Willem III Henry, [Dutch William], king of England (1689-1702)

1655-11-24

Charles XI, King of Sweden (1660-97)

1657-07-11

Frederik I, King of Prussia (1701-13)

1660-05-28

George I, Hanover, Germany, King of England (1714-27)

1661-11-06

Charles II, last Habsburg king of Spain (reigns 1665-1700)

1670-05-12

Frederick Augustus I/ August II, the Strong, Elector of Saxony and King of Poland (reputed to have sired 355 children) (d. 1733)

1671-10-11

Frederik IV, king of Denmark/Norway (1699-1730)

1676-04-17

Frederik I, van Hessen Kassel, King of Sweden (1720-51)

1676-04-23

King Frederick I of Sweden (d. 1751)

1677-10-20

Stanislaus I Leszczyński, King of Poland (d. 1766)

1678-07-26

Joseph I Habsburg, German king/Roman catholic emperor (1705-11)

1682-06-17

Charles XII, King of Sweden (1697-1718)

1683-02-19

Philip V, France, King of Spain (1700-24, 24-46)

1683-10-30

George II [August], King of Great-Britain (1727-60)

1683-11-10

George II [August], king of England (1727-60)

1683-12-19

Philip V, Versailles France, King of Spain (1700-24, 24-46)

1688-08-14

Frederik Willem I, king of Prussia (bodyguard of giants)

1688-08-15

Frederick-William I, king of Prussia (1713-1740)

1689-10-22

King John V of Portugal (d. 1750)

1690-12-22

Meidingnu Pamheiba, King of Manipur (d. 1751)

1694-08-24

Theodor A Freiherr von Neuhoff, German adventurer/king [or 8/25]

1696-10-17

August III, king of Poland/monarch Frederik August II of Saksen

1699-11-30

Christian VI, king of Denmark/Norway

1701-04-27

Charles Emanuel I, King of Sardinia

1701-05-31

Alexander Cruden, compiler of a concordance to King James Bible

1710-02-15

Louis XV the Well-Beloved, Versailles, King of France (1715-74)

1710-05-14

Adolf Frederik, king of Sweden (1751-70)

1712-01-24

Frederick II (the Great), King of Prussia (1740-86)

1712-09-23

Ferdinand VI, the wise, King of Spain (1746-59)

1714-06-06

King Joseph I of Portugal (d. 1777)

1716-01-20

Carlos III, king of Naples/Spain (1759-88) Pompei/Jesuits

1716-01-20

King Charles III of Spain (d. 1788)

1717-10-05

Marie-Anne de Mailly-Nesle duchess de Châteauroux, French mistress of King Louis XV of France (d. 1744)

1721-12-29

Madame De Pompadour, mistress of French King Louis the 15th

1723-03-23

Agha Mohammad Khan Ghajar, King of Iran (d. 1771)

1723-03-31

Frederik V, King of Denmark/Norway (1746-66)

1727-08-14

Henriette-Anne of France, daughter of king Louis XV (d.1752)

1727-08-14

Louise-Elisabeth of France, daughter of king Louis XV (d. 1759)

1732-01-17

Stanislaw II August Poniatowski, last king of Poland (1764-95)

1733-05-11

Victoire of France, daughter of king Louis XV (d. 1799)

1734-04-17

Taksin, King of Thailand (d. 1782)

1737-03-20

Buddha Yodfa Chulaloke, King of Thailand (d. 1809)

1737-07-15

Princess Louise-Marie of France, daughter of king Louis XV (d. 1787)

1738-05-01

Kamehameha I, King of Hawaii (1782-1819) (d. 1819)

1738-06-04

George III, London England, King of Great Britain (1760-1820)

1744-09-25

Frederick Willem II, king of Prussia (1786-97)

1746-01-24

Gustav III, king during Swedish Enlightenment (1771-92)

1746-09-20

Móric Beňovský, Slovak officer and explorer, King of Madagascar (d. 1786)

1748-10-07

Charles XIII, King of Sweden (1809-18)/Norway (1814-18)

1748-11-11

King Charles IV of Spain (d. 1819) Reigned 1788-1808

1748-11-12

Carlos IV, King of Spain (1788-1808)

1749-01-29

King Christian VII of Denmark (d. 1808)

1750-12-23

Frederik Augustus I, the Righteous, king of Saxony (1806-27)

1751-01-12

Ferdinand I, king of Sicily & Naples. (d. 1825)

1751-05-24

Charles Emanuel II, King of Sardina (1796-1802)

1754-08-23

Louis XVI, Versailles, king of France (1774-93) eventually guillotined

1755-03-24

Rufus King, framer of US constitution

1755-11-17

Louis XVIII, 1st post-revolutionary king of France (1814-24)

1755-12-27

Antons Klemens Theodor, king of Saksen (1827-36)

1756-01-27

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, The King's Speech

1756-04-07

Charles Felix, King of Sardina (1821-31)

1756-05-27

Maximilian I Jozef, King of Bavaria

1757-10-09

Charles X, reactionary king of France (1824-30); deposed

1759-07-24

Victor Emmanuel I, King of Sardinia (1802-21)

1762-08-12

King George IV of the United Kingdom (1820-30)

1763-01-26

Charles XIV, French marshall, king of Sweden & Norway (1818-44)

1764-05-03

Elisabeth PMH, princess of France/son of king Louis XVI

1766-01-25

Hans CE Freiherr von Gagern, German advisor to Dutch king Willem I

1766-10-22

Hans CE Freiherr von Gagern, German advisor to Dutch king

1767-03-25

Joachim Murat, marshal of France/King of Naples (1808-15)

1767-10-06

Henri Christophe, king of Haiti (d. 1820)

1768-01-07

Joseph Bonaparte, King of Naples (d. 1844)

1768-01-28

Frederick VI, Danish king (1808-39); lost Norway to Sweden (1814)

1768-05-17

Caroline, Brunswick, Queen Consort of King George IV

1770-08-03

Frederik Willem III, reactionary king of Prussia (1797-1840)

1771-06-05

Ernst Augustus I, Duke of Cumberland/King of Hanover (1837-51)

1772-08-24

William I Frederick, Grand Duke of Luxembourg and King of the Netherlands (1814-40)

1773-10-06

King Louis-Philippe of France (d. 1850)

1778-01-24

Charles F, duke of Berry/son of French King Charles X

1778-09-02

Louis Bonaparte, King of Holland (d. 1846)

1778-09-04

Louis Napoleon, French King of Netherlands (1806-10)

1784-10-14

Ferdinand VII MF, king of Spain

1784-11-15

Jerome Bonaparte, King of Westphalia (d. 1860)

1785-03-27

Louis XVII Charles, king of France (1793-95)

1785-04-04

Bettina von Arnim, German writer and composer of the Romantic era (This Book Belongs to the King)

1786-04-07

William Rufus DeVane King, (D) 13th VP (1853)

1786-08-25

[Charles] Louis I, (Augustus), King of Bavaria (Lola Montez)

1790-12-16

King Léopold I of Belgium (d. 1865)

1792-12-06

King William II of the Netherlands (d. 1849)

1793-04-12

Ferdinand I KLJM, the Good Natured, Emperor of Austria/king of Hungary

1793-09-28

Denis-Auguste Affre, Franc, archbishop of Paris (1840-48) and opponent of King Louis-Philippe

1795-10-15

Frederik Willem IV, king of Prussia (1840-61)/Germany (1849-61)

1797-02-22

William I, Berlin, King of Prussia (1861-88)/German Emperor (1871-88)

1797-05-18

Frederick Augustus II, King of Saxony (1836-54)

1798-10-12

A J Pedro I van Alcantara, Kaiser of Brazil (1822-31)/king of Portugal

1798-10-12

Charles Albert, King of Sardinia (1831-49)

1799-07-04

F J Oscar I, King of Sweden/Norway (1844-59)

1801-12-17

Johan NMJ, king of Saxon (1854-73) (translated Divina Commedia)

1802-10-26

King Miguel of Portugal (d. 1866)

1803-12-22

Joseph King Fenno Mansfield, Mjr Gen (Union volunteers), died in 1862

1804-10-18

Rama IV, [Phra Chomklao Chaoyuhua], king of Thailand (1851-68)

1806-10-14

Preston King, U.S. Senator from New York (d. 1865)

1808-10-06

Frederik VII, 1st constitutional king of Denmark (1848-63)

1810-01-12

Ferdinand II, king of Sicily

1810-05-09

WFLC Marianne, princess of Orange-Nassau/daughter of king Willem I

1811-03-20

Napoleon FKJ Bonaparte II, Napoleon's son/King of Rome

1811-11-28

Maximilian II Jozef, king of Bayern (1848-64)

1813-03-21

James Jesse Strang, King of Mormons on Beaver Is, MI (1850-56)

1814-01-26

Rufus King, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1876

1816-10-29

Ferdinand II AFA, king of Portugal

1817-02-19

Willem III, last male King of Netherlands (1849-90)

1817-03-02

Janos Arany, Hungary, epic poet (Toldi, Death of King Buda)

1818-04-08

Christaan IX, king of Denmark (1863-1906)

1818-12-21

Amalia, wife of king Otto of Greece

1820-01-19

John Haskell King, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1888

1820-03-14

Victor Emmanuel II, King of Sardinia (1849-61)/Italy (1861-78)

1821-10-31

Karel Havlícek Borovský, King Lavra

1822-05-13

Francis of Assisi of Bourbon, King Consort of Spain (d. 1902)

1824-12-17

Thomas Starr King, NY, Unitarian clergyman (Christianity & Humanity)

1825-10-25

Johann Baptist Strauss, (the younger), Austria, composer (Waltz King)

1826-05-03

Charles XV Louis E, King of Sweden/Norway (1859-72)/poet

1828-04-23

Albert FA, king of Saxon (1873-1902)

1828-04-23

King Albert of Saxony, Der Kaiser von Deutschland, der Kaiser von Österreich und der König von Sachsen am Tage der Jubiläumsfeier in Dresden

1829-01-21

Oscar II Frederik, King of Sweden (1872-1907)/Norway (-1905)/poet

1829-01-21

King Oscar II, Royal Shooting Party on Hveen

1831-10-18

Frederik III NK of Hohenzollern, German Kaiser/king of Prussia

1832-07-21

Henrietta Marie Morse King, cattlewoman

1832-9-30

Frederick Sleigh Roberts, England's King at Liverpool

1834-11-05

Anna Leonowens, Anna and the King

1835-04-09

Leopold II, King of Belgians (1865-1909)

1835-04-09

King Leopold II, Funérailles solennelles de S.M. le roi Léopold II à Laeken et à Bruxelles

1836-01-02

Queen Emma of Hawaii, Consort of King Kamehameha IV (d. 1885)

1836-01-16

King Francis II of the Two Sicilies (d. 1894)

1836-07-09

Sophia Drottning, The Arrival of the King of Siam in Stockholm

1836-11-16

David Kalakaua of Hawaii, Hawaiian king (d. 1891)

1837-09-16

Pedro V van Alcantara, king of Portugal (1853-61)

1838-10-31

King Louis of Portugal (d. 1889)

1839-04-20

Carol I, King of Romania (1881-1914)

1841-10-07

Nicolaas Petrovic Njegos, king of Montenegro (1910-18)

1841-10-07

King Nicholas of Montenegro, Balkan War Scenes

1841-11-09

[Albert] Edward VII, king of England (1901-10)

1841-11-09

King Edward VII, Coronation of Their Majesties King Edward VII and Queen Alexandria

1842-01-06

Clarence King, mining engineer (geologist)

1843-06-03

Frederik VIII, King of Denmark (1906-12)

1843-06-03

King Frederik VIII, Kong Frederik VIII besøger Island

1843-09-15

Willem F Mauritius HK, prince of Orange/son of king Willem III

1844-03-14

King Umberto I, of Italy (1878-1900)

1844-07-11

Peter I Karadjordjevic, King of Serbia/Yugoslavia

1844-07-11

King Peter of Serbia,

1844-08-17

Menelik II, King of Ethiopia (1896-1913)

1844-10-12

Charles King, The Indian Wars

1845-01-07

Louis III, last king of Bavaria (1913-18)

1845-01-07

King Ludwig III of Bavaria,

1845-05-30

Amadeus/Amadeo I, duke of Aosta and King of Spain (1870-73)

1845-08-25

Ludwig II, mad king of Bavaria (1864-86)

1845-12-24

King George of Greece, The King of Greece in the City

1846-10-28

Auguste Escoffier, king of chefs & chef of kings

1848-02-25

King William II of Württemberg, Der König von Württemberg im Schloß zu Stuttgart

1848-04-27

King Otto I of Bavaria (d. 1916)

1851-02-23

Frederick Warde, The Life and Death of King Richard III

1853-03-05

Howard Pyle, illustrator/painter/author (King Stork)

1853-09-20

Rama V, King of Thailand (d. 1910)

1853-9-20

King Chulalongkorn, Berne: Arrivée du roi de Siam

1854-08-22

Milan I, King of Serbia

1854-11-06

John Philip Sousa, Washington DC, march king (Stars & Stripes Forever)

1855-01-05

King Camp Gillette, inventor (safety razor)

1855-11-30

Hugh Moss, The King

1856-06-22

Henry Rider Haggard, Norfolk, England, author (King Solomon's Mine, She, Dawn)

1856-06-22

H. Rider Haggard, King Solomon's Mines

1857-03-12

William V. Ranous, King Lear

1857-11-28

Alfonso XII, king of Spain (1874-85)

1857-12-31

King Kelly, American baseball player (d. 1894)

1858-06-16

Gustav V, king of Sweden (1907-50)

1858-06-16

King Gustaf V, Grundstensnedlæggelse ved Gustav Adolfs Kirke

1859-12-06

E.H. Sothern, An Enemy to the King

1860-03-29

Rowland Buckstone, An Enemy to the King

1860-08-20

Raymond Poincaré, England's King at Liverpool

1860-11-03

Lewis Waller, Henry, King of Navarre

1860-9-30

Justin Huntly McCarthy, If I Were King

1861-02-26

King Ferdinand of Bulgaria,

1861-06-28

Reverend William E. Barton, The King of Kings

1861-08-18

André Calmettes, The Life and Death of King Richard III

1862-08-11

Carrie Jacobs Bond, The King's Speech

1862-9-20

Robert A. King, The Year of Living Dangerously

1863-03-11

Sayajirao Gaekwad III, Our King Emperor and Queen Empress Hold a Durbar in Delhi

1863-09-28

Charles, Lisbon Portugal, king (1889-1908)

1863-12-07

Svetolik Rankovic, Serbian writer (Forest King)

1865-01-02

O.A. Patterson, King Kong

1865-05-25

Frederick Augustus III, King of Saxon (1904-18)

1865-05-25

Johann Ludwig Karl Gustav Gregor Philipp King Friedrich August the Third of Saxony,

1865-05-31

Emmett King, God of Mankind

1865-06-03

George V, Saksen-Coburg [Windsor], King of Great Britain (1910-36)

1865-06-03

King George V, Cambridgeshire Race Meet

1865-08-24

Ferdinand I VAM, king of Romania

1865-11-06

Holman Francis Day, The Rider of the King Log

1866-02-16

Johann Strauss, Austria, composer (Waltz King)

1867-07-22

Robert N. Stephens, An Enemy to the King

1867-9-08

Louis King, The Printer's Devil

1868-03-26

Fuad I, king of Egypt (1922-36)

1868-06-03

Robert Edeson, The King of Kings

1868-08-02

Constantine I, king of Greece

1869-03-10

Jessie Busley, King of the Underworld

1869-11-11

Victor Emmanuel III, King of Italy (1900-46)/Ethiopia

1869-11-11

King Victor Emmanuel III, S. M. il Re ed il Capo del Governo per la battaglia del grano

1870-04-13

Ernst Decsey, The King Steps Out

1870-09-26

Christian X, king of Denmark (1912-47)

1870-10-10

Shorty English, King Kong

1870-9-26

King Christian X, Kong Chr. X's 75 års fødselsdag

1871-9-14

Festus Phillips, The King of Kings

1872-08-03

Haakon VII, Charlottenlund Denmark, King of Norway (1905-57)

1872-08-03

King Haakon VII, Kong Håkon VIIs regjeringsjubileum 1945

1873-03-07

Madame Sul-Te-Wan, King of the Zombies

1873-04-30

Charles Croker-King, The White Angel

1873-05-09

Howard Carter, London, British archaeologist and egyptologist (found King Tutankhamen's tomb)

1873-07-11

Nat M. Wills, Nat Wills as King of Kazam

1873-10-19

Barton King, cricketer (North America's greatest all-rounder)

1874-01-29

Charles E. King, The Descendants

1874-03-10

Wright Lorimer, The Shepherd King

1874-03-23

James Keane, The Life and Death of King Richard III

1874-04-27

Maurice Baring, King and Women

1874-08-10

Ernest C. Warde, King Lear

1874-12-17

William Lyon Mackenzie King, (L), 10th Canadian PM (1921-30, 1935-48)

1874-12-17

William Lyon Mackenzie King, Johnny at the Fair

1875-01-15

Claude King, Arrowsmith

1875-04-01

Edgar Wallace, King Kong

1875-04-08

Albert I LCMM von Saksen-Coburg, king of Belgium (1909-34)

1875-04-08

King Albert I, Koning Albert krijgt het oorlogskruis

1875-10-26

H[arry] B[yron] Warner, London England, actor (King of Kings)

1875-12-02

Frank Reicher, Munich Germany, actor (King Kong, Son of Kong)

1875-12-02

Frank Reicher, King Kong

1876-04-19

Hendrik W A E, duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin/king of Netherlands

1876-05-19

William King Gregory, Greenwich Village New York, American palaeontologist (mammalian teeth, evolutionary theory)

1876-07-18

Anson Dyer, Old King Koal

1876-08-14

Alexander I Obrenovic, King of Serbia/Yugoslavia (1922-34)

1876-10-06

Harry Madison, King of the Circus

1876-11-13

Charles Watt, King Kong

1877-08-25

Burton L. King, The Man from Beyond

1877-11-19

A.B. DeComathiere, The Black King

1878-08-22

Ladislav Klíma, In the Light of the King's Love

1878-11-23

Ernest J King, US fleet admiral/Chief of Naval Operations (WW II)

1878-11-23

Ernest J. King, Target: Japan

1879-04-04

George Probert, The King's Game

1879-04-23

Talbot Mundy, King of the Khyber Rifles

1879-07-14

Laura Treadwell, King of the Bandits

1879-11-07

King Baggot, I'll Fix It

1879-11-08

King Baggot I, St Louis MO, director (Tumbleweeds)

1879-11-09

Albert De Winton, King of the Wild

1879-9-17

Jean Dax, The King of Paris

1880-02-09

Earl 'Hap' Hogan, King Kong

1880-04-10

Mohammed Nadir Shah, Afghan king (d. 1933)

1880-07-01

Josef A. Pasternack, The King Steps Out

1880-07-17

Wong Chung, King of Chinatown

1880-11-02

John M. Bauman, King Lear

1881-01-01

Vajiravudh, King of Thailand (d. 1925)

1881-04-18

Noble Johnson, King Kong

1881-07-21

Harry Willingham, King of the Cowboys

1881-08-04

Gustav Holm, The King Steps Out

1881-10-18

H.N. Clugston, In the Palace of the King

1881-12-15

Carlton S. King, Tempest and Sunshine

1882-11-11

King Gustav VI Adolf of Sweden (d. 1973)

1882-11-11

King Gustaf VI Adolf, Wonderful Adventures of Nils

1883-02-09

Joe King, Shifting Sands

1883-03-21

Sam Hardy, King Kong

1883-03-23

Faisal I ibn Hussein ibn Ali, 1st king of Iraq/Syria

1883-04-09

Frank King, Gasoline Alley

1883-04-21

Hetty King, Let's Make Up

1883-05-05

Godfrey Wainwright, King of the Carnival

1883-06-11

Frank O King, Cashton Wisc, cartoonist (Gasoline Alley)

1883-07-13

Phra Jenduriyang, The King of the White Elephant

1883-08-23

Bill Fisher, King Kong

1883-10-01

Clo King, The Spirit of Good

1884-01-24

Eugene King, Bill Cracks Down

1884-08-14

Anita King, Carmen

1884-08-23

Billy Stone, King of Jazz

1884-9-01

Beatrice Prentice, Nearly a King

1885-01-11

Bill Dagwell, King Kong

1885-05-11

Joe "King" Oliver, American jazz musician (d. 1938)

1885-05-20

King Faisal I,

1885-07-07

Charl. Wilh. Burg, If I Were King

1885-07-14

King Sisavang Vong of Laos (d. 1959)

1885-08-03

Arthur Sinclair, King Solomon's Mines

1885-10-25

Sam Lewis, King Kong

1885-11-22

Steve Clemente, King Kong

1886-01-24

Henry King, Christiansburg Virginia, American film director (d. 1982)

1886-01-24

Henry King, Twelve O'Clock High

1886-03-09

King D. Gray, Shoes

1886-04-06

Asaf Jah, Our King Emperor and Queen Empress Hold a Durbar in Delhi

1886-04-13

Tommy Clark, King Kong

1886-04-29

William Kent, King of Jazz

1886-05-03

Sidney D'Albrook, The King of Kings

1886-05-17

King Alfonso XIII, Réception de sa majesté Alphonse XIII à Barcelone

1886-06-15

Tomaso Smith, The King's Jester

1886-06-29

Vincent Lawson, A King in New York

1886-07-07

Semone Sergis, The King of Kings

1886-08-05

Bruce Barton, The King of Kings

1886-08-14

Charles Leahy, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

1886-10-12

J.W. Lytle, King Kong

1886-11-19

Fernand Crommelynck, The Adventures of King Pausole

1886-12-01

Will King, Weak But Willing

1886-12-09

Clarence Birdseye, frozen vegatable king (Birdseye)

1887-03-06

David Imboden, The King of Kings

1887-03-06

Clayton Packard, The King of Kings

1887-10-16

Bernard McConville, King of the Pecos

1887-10-24

Victoria von Battenberg, wife of Spanish king Alfonso

1887-10-24

Queen Victoria Eugenia, The Marriage of Princess Ena and Alphonse XIII, King of Spain

1887-12-27

J.O. Taylor, King Kong

1888-04-23

Daniel A. Lord, The King of Kings

1888-04-30

Oliver Johnston, A King in New York

1888-12-04

Aleksandar I Karadordjevic, king of Yugoslavia (1921-34)

1888-12-16

King Alexander of Yugoslavia, King Alexander at Bled

1888-12-17

King Alexander I of Yugoslavia (d. 1934)

1889-03-19

Manoel II, last king of Portugal (1908-10)

1889-04-16

Harry Raven, King Kong

1889-06-11

King Zany, Broadway or Bust

1889-08-19

Stoddard King, Leatherheads

1889-09-28

Carlos I King of Portugal, Lisbon (1889-1908)

1889-10-31

Charles King, The Broadway Melody

1889-12-13

Elmer Decker, King Dinosaur

1890-04-27

Harry Cunningham, King Kong

1890-08-01

George II, king of Greece

1890-08-26

George C. Bertholon, King Kelly of the U.S.A.

1890-11-20

Robert Armstrong, Saginaw MI, actor (Mighty Joe Young, King Kong)

1890-12-22

Peter Stitch, King Kong

1891-02-21

Karl King, Water for Elephants

1891-03-31

Victor Varconi, Hungary, actor (Divine Lady, King of Kings, Big City)

1891-08-26

Edward Linden, King Kong

1892-01-01

Raymond Greenleaf, All the King's Men

1892-01-26

Guy Robertson, King Kelly of the U.S.A.

1892-03-10

Arthur Honegger, Le Havre, France, composer (King David, Pacific 231)

1892-03-20

Mort Dixon, King Kong

1892-03-20

Charles Requa, The King of Kings

1892-06-01

Amanullah, emir/king of Afghanistan (1919-28)

1892-10-02

James Craven, King of the Rocket Men

1892-12-01

Irwin Dash, The Lion King

1893-07-20

Alexander, king of Greece (1917-20)

1893-08-19

Thomas Charles Arnold, Old King Cole

1893-08-30

Huey Long, All the King's Men

1893-10-15

Charles II, King of Romania (1930-40)

1893-11-08

Prajadhipok, Rama VII, king of Thailand (d. 1941)

1893-11-08

King Prajadhipok, Their Majesties the King and Queen of Siam Visiting the Famous Carlsberg Breweries at Copenhagen (Denmark)

1893-9-24

Alla Moskova, The King of Kings

1894-04-19

Arthur Goullet, King Solomon's Mines

1894-05-06

Alan Cobham, The King's Cup

1894-05-13

Sidney Saunders, King Kong

1894-06-23

Edward VIII, King of Great Brit/N-Ireland/emperor of India (1936)

1894-06-23

Duke of Windsor, A King's Story

1895-02-08

King Vidor, director (War & Peace, Stella Dallas)

1895-09-15

Magda Lupescu, consort of King Carol II of Romania (d. 1977)

1895-10-08

King Zog I, of Albania (1928-1939)

1895-12-14

King George VI of the United Kingdom (d. 1952) Reigned 1936-52.

1896-10-22

Charles Glenn King, biochemist (discovered vitamin C)

1897-11-02

Dennis King, Coventry England, comedian (Devil's Brother)

1898-07-30

Carlotta King, The Desert Song

1899-02-18

Arthur Bryant, English historian (King Charles II)

1899-03-11

Frederick IX, [Christian FFMKWG], King of Denmark (1947-72)

1899-08-24

Ruth Schaumann, German painter/writer (Rose, Black King)

1900-01-15

Compton Bennett, King Solomon's Mines

1900-03-09

Aimone duke of Spoleta/Aosta, Italian king of Croatia (1941-43)

1900-08-04

Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, London or Hitchin UK, consort of King George VI and Queen Mother after his death (d. 2002)

1901-02-16

Wayne King, Savannah Ill, saxophonist/bandleader (Waltz King)

1901-02-20

Cecil H King, Irish/British daily newspaper publisher (Daily Mirror)

1901-08-02

Oskar von Schab, Ludwig - Requiem for a Virgin King

1901-11-03

Leopold III, [Filip von Saksen-Coburg], King of the Belgians (from 1934, abdicated 1951), d. 1983

1901-12-14

Paul I, King of Greece (1947-64)

1902-01-12

Ibn Abdul-Aziz Saud, Kuwait, king (Saudi Arabia)

1902-01-15

Abd al-Aziz ibn Abd al-Rahman al-Faisal al-Saud, king (Saudi Arabia)

1902-09-15

Magda [Helena] Lupescu, wife of King Carol II of Romania

1903-01-06

Stanley Smith, KC MO, actor (Honey, King of Jazz, Soup to Nuts)

1903-02-25

King Clancy, Canadian ice hockey player (d. 1986)

1903-07-02

Olav AFEC of Schleswig-Holstein-S-G, King Olav V of Norway (1957-91)

1903-08-14

Joan Ingram, A King in New York

1903-10-05

M. King Hubbert, American geophysicist (d. 1989)

1904-02-06

Stanley King, It Could Happen to You!

1904-03-19

Josephine Smith, The King and I

1904-04-15

Anderson Craig, The Crackpot King

1904-04-20

Bruce Cabot, Carlsbad NM, actor (Diamonds are Forever, King Kong)

1904-09-15

Umberto II, van Piemonte, the last King of Italy (ruled 1946)

1904-10-30

Philip King, Panic in the Parlor

1904-12-01

Jean Paul King, Cargo Hijack

1904-12-06

Warren B. Delaplain, The King and I

1904-9-06

Ted Royal, When Comedy Was King

1904-9-15

King Umberto II, Universal Newsreel

1905-02-26

Jan Werich, The King's Baker and the Baker's King

1905-03-09

Grigori Kozintsev, Kiev Ukraine, director (Hamlet, King Lear)

1905-04-24

Robert Penn Warren, 1st US poet laureate (All the King's Men)

1905-04-26

Denis O'Dea, Dublin, actor (Esther & the King, Treasure Island)

1905-07-12

John C F, son of English King George V

1905-08-23

Leonard Constant Lambert, London England, composer (King Pest)

1905-09-04

Mary Renault, [Mary Challens], writer (King Must Die, Funeral Games)

1905-11-15

Ray Kellogg, The King and I

1906-04-14

Faisal ibn Abd al-Aziz, King Saudi-Arabia (1964-75)

1906-05-18

Orville Goldner, King Kong

1906-05-29

T.H. White, Bombay India, English author (King Arthur)

1906-07-02

Alan Webb, actor (King Lear, Taming of Shrew, Challenge of Lassie)

1906-07-04

Paul Siegel, King of Burlesque

1906-09-24

Victor Wong, LA Cal, actor (Mission to Moscow, Son of Kong, King Kong)

1906-9-25

Jaroslav Jezek, I Served the King of England

1907-01-13

Carl Loubé, Waltz King

1907-01-28

Joan Meredith, King of the Saddle

1907-04-08

Wesley Prince, Nat King Cole

1907-05-01

Ralph Freed, The Fisher King

1907-06-08

James P. Blade, Wayne King

1907-07-16

Orville Redenbacher, Brazil Indiana, American popcorn King (Orville Redenbacher's Gourmet)

1907-07-26

Hal Long, King of the Cowboys

1907-07-29

Melvin Mouron Belli, Sonora California, lawyer (SF's "King of Torts")

1907-08-08

Benny Carter, NYC, musician/composer (Easy Money, King Carter)

1907-09-15

Fay Wray, Alberta Canada, actress-King Kong's main squeeze

1907-10-20

C. Dodge Dunning, King Kong

1907-11-03

Raymond Bussières, The King and the Mockingbird

1907-11-03

Harold V. King, Stage Fright

1907-9-15

Fay Wray, King Kong

1908-01-06

Bernard Mayers, The King and I

1908-02-14

David Klatzkin, King Solomon of Broadway

1908-02-22

John Mills, England, actor (Big Sleep, King Rat, War & Peace)

1908-02-28

William Coldstream, The King's Stamp

1908-03-16

Robert Rossen director/writer (Hustler, All the King's Men, Mambo)

1908-07-20

Jerry Desmonde, A King in New York

1908-08-06

Dick Purcell, King of the Zombies

1908-12-25

Joe King, High Noon

1909-02-26

King Talal of Jordan (d. 1972)

1909-04-03

Charles Gaynor, The King's Speech

1909-04-11

Helen Turpin, The King and I

1909-04-12

Deny King, Southwest Tasmania: The Gliders

1909-05-30

Benny Goodman, Chicago, clarinetist/bandleader (King of Swing)

1909-07-11

John 'Dusty' King, Ace Drummond

1909-07-14

Mario Chiari, King Kong

1909-08-10

Mohammed V ibn Yusuf, King of Morocco (1953, 1955-61)

1909-08-14

Ed Herlihy, The King of Comedy

1909-10-18

Otto Ackermann, The Rose King

1909-11-09

Peggy Thompson, King of the Newsboys

1909-11-15

Don Large, Canada, choral director (Wayne King)

1909-11-15

Don Large, Wayne King

1909-11-17

Fred Mayon, King of Burlesque

1909-12-06

Betty Collins, King Kong

1909-12-20

Ralph Bard, King Kong

1910-06-13

Gonzalo Torrente Ballester, The Dumbfounded King

1910-06-23

Bill King, King of the Waves

1910-07-20

Muriel Evans, King of the Pecos

1910-08-28

Sydney King, The Mad Hatters

1910-11-14

Tony Cirillo, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

1910-11-15

Geoffrey Toone, The King and I

1910-12-04

Maurice Bessy, King of Hearts

1910-12-22

Renauld Jones, An Evening with Nat King Cole

1910-12-27

Owen King, The Romance of Robert Burns

1910-12-29

Ewing Mitchell, Sky King

1910-9-01

Sammy Weiss, Nat King Cole, Guest

1911-03-06

Elda Voelkel, The Vagabond King

1911-03-13

Marcelo Chávez, The King of the Neighborhood

1911-04-14

Tony Inglis, The Man Who Would Be King

1911-05-08

Robert Johnson, blues singer (King of Delta Blues Singer)

1911-05-14

Daniel M. Angel, King & Country

1911-05-16

Marie Vásová, The King's Baker and the Baker's King

1911-06-12

Muriel Rahn, King for a Day

1911-07-01

Alvino Rey, Cleve Ohio, orchestra leader (King Family)

1911-07-11

Gus Levene, The King and I

1911-07-18

Alexander Hyatt-King, scholar (Mozart)

1911-11-24

Kirby Grant, Butte Mont, actor (Sky King)

1911-12-09

Broderick Crawford, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, American actor (All the King's Men, Highway Patrol)

1911-12-09

Broderick Crawford, All the King's Men

1911-9-01

Komei Abe, Lawrence Jones and the King Salomon's Table

1911-9-02

Anatole Kirsanoff, Bozo Meets King Glum of Gloom

1912-02-02

Burton Lane, The Fisher King

1912-02-19

Dorothy King, The Pagan

1912-03-06

Borivoj Zeman, There Once Was a King...

1912-03-08

Eddy King, The Thin Red Line

1912-06-25

Earl Spainard, Simon, King of the Witches

1912-08-25

Royston Morley, King Lear

1912-12-03

Stevo Vujatovic, The King's New Clothes

1912-9-20

Johnny Collins, Nat King Cole: Loved in Return

1913-01-04

Malietoa Tanumafili II, King of West-Samoa (1962- )

1913-02-13

C. King Palmer, Fahrenheit 9/11

1913-02-23

Marguerite Whitten, King of the Zombies

1913-04-01

Frank King, Gun Crazy

1913-04-25

Manuel Berenguer, King of Kings

1913-05-05

Hal King, The Jungle Book

1913-07-14

Gerald R Ford, [Leslie King], Omaha Nebraska, 41st US VP (1973-74)/38th US President (R-1974-77), (d. 2006)

1913-08-30

Alan Davis, King of the Underworld

1913-12-21

Luise King, Ozzie's Triple Banana Surprise

1913-9-12

David King-Wood, The Quatermass Xperiment

1914-02-18

Pee Wee King, Milwaukee Wisc, country vocalist (Pee Wee King Song)

1914-02-18

Pee Wee King, Shrek

1914-02-18

Karlis Sebris, King Lear

1914-03-12

Irwin 'King Kong' Klein, The Big Game

1914-03-17

Sammy Baugh, King of the Texas Rangers

1914-04-03

Alma Lloyd, If I Were King

1914-05-02

Jan Zázvorka, The King's Baker and the Baker's King

1914-07-11

Robert King Baggot, Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N.

1914-08-08

Pete King, An Affair to Remember

1914-10-16

Christian J Modeste, gypsey king

1914-10-21

Joseph Mullendore, The Conscience of the King

1914-10-25

John Reed King, Missus Goes A-Shopping

1914-11-26

Joleen King, The Inspector General

1914-12-03

Tanya Moiseiwitsch, King Lear

1914-12-19

Mel Shaw, The Lion King

1914-12-26

King Evers, Our Alley

1914-9-12

Leonard Doss, The King and I

1914-9-13

Maurice King, Gun Crazy

1914-9-20

Glen Robinson, King Kong

1915-01-22

Ertugrul Bilda, The King of the Street Cleaners

1915-05-13

Angus MacLeod, Donny B: The Original King of Daytime

1915-05-20

Peter Copley, actor (Victim, King & Country)

1915-06-01

John Randolph, NYC, actor (King Kong, Lucan, Lucas Tanner, Angie)

1915-08-14

Alyce King, Swingin' Down the Scale

1915-08-19

Herman Stein, King Kong vs. Godzilla

1915-12-07

James Judson Cox, Davy Crockett: King of the Wild Frontier

1915-12-17

Joan Woodbury, King of the Zombies

1916-01-09

Charlie Harris, An Evening with Nat King Cole

1916-01-12

House Peters Jr., King of the Rocket Men

1916-01-16

Russell Lloyd, The Man Who Would Be King

1916-03-03

Ichirô Arishima, King Kong vs. Godzilla

1916-07-04

Herman King, Gorgo

1916-08-02

Johnny Coons, King Calico

1916-10-09

Lee Sweetland, Sliphorn King of Polaroo

1916-11-28

Lilian Baels, English 2nd wife of Belgian king Leopold III

1916-12-02

Anne G. Sterling, The Yiddish King Lear

1916-9-14

Jerry Doggett, The Clock King's Crazy Crimes

1916-9-25

Paul Roche, Oedipus the King

1917-01-03

Ercell Woods, King of Burlesque

1917-02-27

Archer King, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

1917-06-07

Norman King, Battle Hell

1917-06-13

Enrique Alarcón, King of Kings

1917-07-24

Robert Farnon, King's Rhapsody

1917-08-20

Loretta King, Bride of the Monster

1917-11-04

Jean King, Foreign Agent

1917-11-23

Brad King, Trouble at Melody Mesa

1917-12-10

Sultan Yahya Petra, King of Malaysia (d. 1979)

1917-12-13

Seymour Melman, President King

1917-12-17

Louis Palange, King Dinosaur

1918-01-10

Harry Rose, Simon, King of the Witches

1918-01-21

Paul King, The Night the Dragon Screamed

1918-01-25

King Donovan, Invasion of the Body Snatchers

1918-02-24

Imogene Bliss, The King of Marvin Gardens

1918-02-25

Bobby Riggs, Bobby Riggs vs. Billie Jean King: Tennis Battle of the Sexes

1918-03-14

Paul Feigay, King Lear

1918-03-17

Mercedes McCambridge, Joliet Ill, actress (All the King's Men)

1918-05-04

Ken Heady, King Basketball

1918-07-04

Taufa'ahau Tupou IV, King of Tonga (1965- )

1918-07-04

King Taufa'ahau Tupou IV, König Tupou von Tonga

1918-07-15

Aubrey Buxton, The Lions of Etosha: King of the Beasts

1918-08-02

Diana King, Pink Floyd The Wall

1918-10-13

Jack MacGowran, Dublin Ireland, actor (King Lear, Exorcist)

1918-11-21

Kit Wain, The King of Kings

1918-12-09

George A. Heinemann, Tut: The Boy King

1918-9-03

Donna King, The Hideous Sun Demon

1918-9-05

Elsa Isefiær, King of Skating

1919-02-01

Andrea King, The Beast with Five Fingers

1919-03-17

Nat "King" Cole, Montgomery Ala, singer (Unforgettable, Mona Lisa)

1919-03-17

Nat 'King' Cole, Catch Me If You Can

1919-04-22

Audrey Dummett, The King of Comedy

1919-06-09

Gerd Oswald, The Conscience of the King

1919-07-29

Sidney Reznick, Love and the Banned Book/Love and the First-Nighters/Love and the King

1919-08-08

Dino De Laurentiis, Torre Annunziata Italy, producer (King Kong)

1919-11-09

Sol K. Bright, The Curse of the King Kamehameha Club

1919-9-05

Archie J. Bacon, King Kong

1919-9-24

Al C. Ward, Godzilla, King of the Monsters!

1920-01-20

Yvonne King, The Samuel McCutcheon Case

1920-02-03

Albert Médina, The King and the Mockingbird

1920-02-11

Farouk I, Cairo, last King of Egypt (1936-52)

1920-02-11

King Faroukh, Universal Newsreel

1920-03-21

Carlo Bagno, In the Name of the Pope King

1920-03-31

Simone Chobillon, King of Hotels

1920-04-14

Walter Fuller, King of California

1920-05-28

Claude Accursi, King on Horseback

1920-06-11

Bir Bikram Shah Deva Mahendra, King of Nepal (1955-72)

1920-06-28

A.E. Hotchner, King of the Hill

1920-07-01

Sam Lomberg, King Lear

1920-07-26

Robert Waterfield, The King and Four Queens

1920-08-08

Toni Raimando, Anna and the King of Siam

1920-11-25

Tuanku Syed Putra ibni Almarhum Syed Hassan Jamalullail, King of Malaysia (d. 2000)

1920-12-29

Brett King, Battleground

1920-12-30

Charles King Jr., Eagle Squadron

1921-02-10

Ed King, Episode #22.4

1921-04-07

Cyril E. King, The Island of Dr. Moreau

1921-05-27

Redd Stewart, Ashland City Tn, guitarist/pianist (Pee Wee King Show)

1921-06-06

Dennis King Jr., Let's Make Love

1921-06-10

Garry Walberg, King Kong

1921-07-26

Lauri Lupino Lane, A King in New York

1921-07-30

Carl King, The Love Goddesses

1921-08-26

William Preston, Columbia Penn, actor (Fisher King, Waterworld)

1921-09-30

Deborah Kerr, Helensburg Scotland, actress (King & I, Night of Iguana)

1921-10-25

Michael I, King of Romania (1927-30, 40-47)

1921-10-25

King Michael, Barbarossa: June-December 1941

1921-11-09

Don King, We Stand Alone Together

1921-11-20

Robert Schwan, King Cake

1921-9-30

Deborah Kerr, The King and I

1922-01-01

Ivan King, Village of the Damned

1922-02-21

Georg Köváry, Johann Strauss: The King Without a Crown

1922-03-14

Betsy King Ross, The Phantom Empire

1922-03-27

Dick King-Smith, Babe

1922-04-01

Sonny King, Episode #1.14

1922-04-11

Beau Anderson, All the King's Men

1922-04-23

Jack May, The Man Who Would Be King

1922-05-16

Colin Cole, Principal King of Arms

1922-05-31

Denholm Elliott, London, actor (Alfie, Cuba, Doll's House, King Rat)

1922-07-06

Michael King, The Matched Pearl

1922-07-07

Eric Pavitt, My Friend the King

1922-07-09

Rey Hassan, Morroco, King of Morocco (1961- )

1922-08-11

Lyle Stuart, Porn King: The Trials of Al Goldstein

1922-10-31

Norodom Sihanouk, King/President/Premier of Cambodia (My War with the CIA), (d. 2012)

1922-12-16

Frank Iwanaga, Godzilla, King of the Monsters!

1922-9-15

Bob Anderson, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1923-01-11

Wright King, A Streetcar Named Desire

1923-01-21

Jorge Moreno, King Kong

1923-02-05

Claude King, American musician, (d. 2013)

1923-02-05

Claude King, Seven Psychopaths

1923-02-06

Eve Whitney, Radar Patrol vs. Spy King

1923-03-04

Francis King, J'accuse: Laurence Olivier

1923-03-29

Geoffrey Ashe, King Arthur

1923-04-25

Albert King, Indianola, Mississippi, American blues singer/guitarist (Bad Look Blues)

1923-04-25

Albert King, Star Trek Into Darkness

1923-04-29

Eva Monley, The Man Who Would Be King

1923-05-28

Natalie Norwick, The Conscience of the King

1923-07-19

Stella Májová, There Once Was a King...

1923-07-26

Oreste Kirkop, The Vagabond King

1923-08-18

Katherine Victor, Aladdin and the King of Thieves

1923-09-06

Peter II Karadjordjevic, King of Yugoslavia (1934-45)

1923-10-05

Philip Berrigan, In the King of Prussia

1923-11-15

Margaret Fitts, The King and Four Queens

1923-12-16

Pascal Mazzotti, The King and the Mockingbird

1923-12-22

John Ebdon, John Carter 'King of Prussia'

1923-9-06

King Peter II of Yugoslavia,

1924-02-10

Randy Van Horne, El Paso Tx, vocalist (Nat King Cole Show)

1924-04-11

Famie Kaufman, The King of the Neighborhood

1924-08-01

King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain: Shouting in the Dark

1924-08-30

Barbara Felker, King of the Stallions

1924-10-05

Frederic Morton, Johann Strauss: The King Without a Crown

1924-10-20

King Johnson, By Fires Unseen

1924-12-25

Henry Sy Sr. Chinese Malay businessman 'Philippines Retail King' in Amoy China

1924-12-28

George Truzzi, A King in New York

1924-9-07

Andrew McCullough, King Lear

1924-9-27

Bud Powell, King of California

1925-02-12

Joyce Selznick, King Kong

1925-02-16

Carlos Rivas, The King and I

1925-02-17

Joy Nichols, A King in New York

1925-02-21

Malcon Potts, King Kong

1925-02-21

Mahlon Potts, King Kong

1925-03-20

Christie Humphrey, The King's Square

1925-03-20

Gene Louis, Nat 'King' Cole and Russ Morgan and His Orchestra

1925-03-24

Irena Kacírková, There Once Was a King...

1925-05-11

Edward J. King, 66th Governor of Massachusetts (d. 2006)

1925-05-22

James King, American tenor (d. 2005)

1925-05-22

James King, Die tote Stadt

1925-06-06

Bruce Howard, King Kong vs. Godzilla

1925-06-08

June Prud'Homme, The King of Comedy

1925-07-25

Charmion King, Anne of Green Gables

1925-08-26

Renato M. Pachetti, The Fourth King

1925-09-16

B[lues] B[oy] King, Itta Bena Miss, blues singer (Thrill is Gone)

1925-09-20

Ananda Mahidol, King of Thailand (d. 1946)

1925-11-21

Loretta Daye, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

1925-12-13

John Ehle, The Journey of August King

1925-12-13

Everett King, Peace for a Gunfighter

1925-12-19

Robert B. Sherman, The Lion King

1925-12-26

Thea King, Andy Pandy

1925-9-16

B.B. King, When We Were Kings

1925-9-18

Doris Self, The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters

1925-9-30

George E. Turner, King Kong 60th Anniversary Special: 'It Was Beauty Killed the Beast'

1926-01-09

Yiannis Hristou, Oedipus the King

1926-03-06

Marcela Sedlacková, There Once Was a King...

1926-07-12

Maxwell 'Sonny' Goldberg, The King of Marvin Gardens

1926-07-14

Paul King, Operation Petticoat

1926-07-22

Bryan Forbes, director/producer (Endless Games, King Rat), (d. 2013)

1926-12-14

Frank King, cricketer (WI fast bowler in 14 Tests in 50's, 29 wkts)

1927-01-01

Dino Radojevic, The King's New Clothes

1927-01-13

Brock Adams, King of the Mountain

1927-02-02

Herbert Kaplow, Forbidden Under Censorship of the King

1927-03-17

Betty Allen, Henry King and His Orchestra

1927-04-27

Coretta Scott King, Marion Ala, civil rights leader

1927-04-27

Coretta Scott King, 4 Little Girls

1927-05-07

Jim Lowe, Springfield Mass, DJ (WNEW) "King of Trivia"

1927-06-23

Dick LaPalm, The World of Nat King Cole

1927-07-15

Wayne Heffley, King Kong

1927-07-17

Bob Smith, The Lion King

1927-07-29

Harry K V Mulisch, writer (Message to King Rat)

1927-09-26

Patrick O'Neal, Ocala Fla, actor (Kaz, Alvarez Kelly, King Rat)

1927-09-27

Patrick O'Neal, actor (King Rat, Night of the Iguana)

1927-10-06

Bill King, Inside Moves

1927-10-22

Marion Jim, The King and I

1927-11-30

Robert Guillaume, The Lion King

1927-12-05

Rama IX, [Bhumibol Adulyadej], Mass, king of Thailand (1946- )

1927-12-05

King Bhumibol, König Bumiphol von Thailand

1927-12-18

Ramsey Clark, King

1927-12-26

Alan King, Brooklyn New York, American comedian/actor (Anderson Tapes, Memories of Me)

1927-12-26

Alan King, Casino

1928-02-11

Constance Hieatt, Clarissa & the King's Cookbook

1928-03-10

James Earl Ray, assassin (Martin Luther King Jr.)

1928-03-10

James Earl Ray, Who Killed Martin Luther King?

1928-03-15

Nellie King, Roberto Clemente

1928-05-16

Reginald Askew, dean (King's College London)

1928-06-22

Haruya Katô, King Kong vs. Godzilla

1928-06-24

Yvan Delporte, King Smurf/The Smurfs and the Howlibird

1928-9-10

Don Law, King Kong Lives

1929-01-01

Larry L. King, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas

1929-01-15

Martin Luther King Jr., Atlanta, American clergyman and leader of the Civil Rights Movement (Nobel 1964)

1929-01-15

Martin Luther King, Rev Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

1929-01-15

Ivo Kadic, The King's New Clothes

1929-03-02

Halina Machulska, King Size

1929-03-12

William Pabst, The King of Marvin Gardens

1929-05-13

John Michael King, Kennedy

1929-05-20

Nertam Macêdo, Lampiao, King of the Badlands

1929-06-05

Joie Hutchinson, The Fisher King

1929-06-23

Dave King, Twickenham England, comedian (Kraft Music Hall)

1929-06-23

Dave King, The Long Good Friday

1929-07-09

Mawlai al-Hassan II, King of Morocco (1961- )

1929-07-09

His Majesty King Hassan II of Morocco, The Living Daylights

1929-08-20

Bob Ballew, King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow

1929-09-14

John Gutfreund, American investment banker and former CEO of Salomon Brothers Inc (King of Wall Street)

1929-12-06

King Moody, NYC, actor (Shtarker-Get Smart)

1929-12-06

King Moody, Teenagers from Outer Space

1929-12-20

Mohammad Shamsi, The Man Who Would Be King

1929-9-01

Jacques Toja, Angelique and the King

1929-9-10

Yevgeni Glebov, Savage Hunt of King Stakh

1929-9-18

Teddi King, Episode #1.2

1929-9-19

Walter Beck, King Thrushbeard

1930-01-23

Ihsan Yüce, The King of the Street Cleaners

1930-02-06

Allan King, Silence of the North

1930-02-16

Peggy King, Greensburg Pa, vocalist/actress (George Gobel Show)

1930-02-16

Peggy King, Episode dated 28 December 1956

1930-04-19

Rhodes Reason, King Kong Escapes

1930-06-04

Morgana King, jazz singer/actress (Godfather)

1930-06-04

Morgana King, The Godfather

1930-07-27

Tadao Takashima, King Kong vs. Godzilla

1930-08-13

Solomon King, The Doll Squad

1930-08-23

David King, All My Children

1930-09-07

Baudouin I, king of Belgium (1951-93)

1930-09-23

Colin Blakely, Bangor N Ireland, actor (Shattered, Equus, King Lear)

1930-10-24

Sultan Ahmad Shah, King of Malaysia

1930-11-28

William Sargent, The Conscience of the King

1930-12-11

David Plowright, King Lear

1930-9-07

King Baudouin, Baudouin, König der Belgier

1931-01-17

James Earl Jones, The Lion King

1931-01-25

Paavo Haavikko, The King Goes Forth to France

1931-02-12

Jack King, Moon Beat

1931-02-15

Claire Bloom, The King's Speech

1931-02-22

Emory King, The Mosquito Coast

1931-04-29

King Hu, A Touch of Zen

1931-05-11

Marilyn King, Showtime

1931-06-08

Marvin Miller, King Rat

1931-06-15

Robert King, The Out of Towners

1931-06-26

Michael Elliott, King Lear

1931-08-13

Wayne Thomas, The King of the Duplicators

1931-08-20

Don King, boxing promoter best known for his association with Mike Tyson and for his unusual hairstyles

1931-08-20

Don King, When We Were Kings

1931-10-18

Chris Albertson, Haack: The King of Techno

1932-01-26

Claude Gray, Pee Wee King & the Collins Sisters

1932-02-10

Annabelle King, The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean

1932-02-21

Harald V, King of Norway (1991- )

1932-04-03

Janet Bately, Prof of English Language (King's College London)

1932-04-17

Han J A Hansen [Jansen], Dutch journalist (King Comes!)

1932-04-29

King Hu, film director

1932-05-04

Bruce Haack, Haack: The King of Techno

1932-05-14

Kenji Sahara, King Kong vs. Godzilla

1932-06-02

Robert H. Krewson, King of the Hill

1932-07-06

Ted Egan, Dhakiyarr vs. the King

1932-08-12

Gönül Yazar, The Crownless King

1932-12-25

Mabel King, The Jerk

1932-9-05

Chuck Stevens, The King of Comedy

1932-9-07

Bilge Zobu, King of the Doormen

1933-01-09

Ann Firbank, Anna and the King

1933-03-21

Nicholas King, Joy Ride

1933-05-07

Axel Corti, The King's Whore

1933-06-02

Mohinder Bedi, King of the Khyber Rifles

1933-06-13

Tom King, British politician

1933-06-13

Tom King, Paisley: A Life

1933-08-03

The Tjong King, Dutch illustrator of children books (Miep Diekman)

1933-11-19

Larry King, NYC, radio/TV host "143 Arivadechi" (Larry King Show, CNN)

1933-11-19

Larry King, We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story

1933-12-19

Galina Volchek, King Lear

1933-12-22

Richard Whitmore, King Ralph

1934-02-06

Earl King, Rush

1934-02-07

Earl King [Solomon Johnson], New Orleans, Louisiana, American singer-songwriter and guitarist (Come On)

1934-02-07

King Curtis, [Curtis Ousley], US vocalist (Memphis Soul Stew)

1934-02-07

King Curtis, The Last King of Scotland

1934-02-10

Leonhard Merzin, King Lear

1934-03-25

Bernard King, Fat Pizza

1934-04-28

Mary G. Evans, King Lear

1934-05-09

Alan Bennett, The Madness of King George

1934-05-21

Phillip King, British sculptor

1934-06-06

Albert II FHTCEM, king of Belgium (1993- )

1934-06-06

King Albert II, Stars of Europe

1934-06-30

Ted Ross, The Fisher King

1934-06-30

Kurt Neumann, King Kong

1934-07-07

Sel Vitella, The King of Comedy

1934-08-05

Cammie King Conlon, Gone with the Wind

1934-08-28

Ethel Azama, Tread the King's Shadow

1934-09-03

Freddie King, Gilmer Tx, blues singer (Hideaway)

1934-10-08

Richard Lyon, Anna and the King of Siam

1934-10-14

Bernard Hoffer, The Return of the King

1934-11-15

John King, The Healer

1934-9-03

Freddie King, The D Train

1935-01-01

Ted Pandel, Haack: The King of Techno

1935-01-08

Elvis Presley, Tupelo Miss, American singer and King of Rock and Roll (Blue Suede Shoes, Hounddog)

1935-01-11

Asar Eppel, The Drayman and the King

1935-03-18

Guido Vergani, I Was the King of Porn... The Adventurous Life of Lasse Braun

1935-04-02

Ted King, The Highwayman

1935-04-04

Gonzalo Torrente Malvido, The Dumbfounded King

1935-05-02

Faisal II, King of Iraq (1939-58)/son of Ghasi I

1935-05-02

Hussain ibn Talal, King of Jordan (1952- )

1935-05-13

Burny Mattinson, The Lion King

1935-06-10

Dorse A. Lanpher, The Lion King

1935-06-22

Larry Clark Bird, The Fisher King

1935-08-20

Kasper Schyberg, King Lear

1935-08-25

Koichi Takano, King Kong vs. Godzilla

1935-09-22

Harriet King, US, fencing (Olympic-1972)

1935-10-15

Stoddard W. Kerby, The Curse of King Tut's Tomb

1935-10-25

Willis Burks II, King of California

1935-11-07

Lubomir Benes, The King and the Goblin

1935-11-14

Hussein ibn Talal I, king of Jordan (1953- )

1935-11-14

King Hussein, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

1935-12-08

Hans-Jürgen Syberberg, Ludwig - Requiem for a Virgin King

1936-01-02

Roger Miller, Fort Worth Tx, country singer (King of the Road, Dang Me)

1936-01-05

Florence King, American humorist

1936-02-02

Metin Oktay, The Crownless King

1936-02-13

Leamon King, Tulare California, 4X100m relayer (Olympic-gold-1956)

1936-03-10

Juda Bar-Norwegian, Israeli/Dutch mime/actor (King)

1936-03-21

Roger Hammond, The King's Speech

1936-05-01

Elizabeth Rees, Rex Harrison: The Man Who Would Be King

1936-05-10

Isaac Witkin, Two Men of Storm King

1936-06-22

Phil King, 1962 NFL Championship Game

1936-06-30

Don Taylor, Oedipus the King

1936-10-09

Brian Blessed, Mexborough, Yorkshire, English actor (King Arthur, High Road to China)

1936-10-14

Linda Lorimer, The Clock King's Crazy Crimes

1936-11-08

King Hill, New Orleans Saints vs. New York Giants

1936-9-12

Ted Prichard, King Kong Lives

1936-9-20

Fay King, Living Dolls

1937-01-28

Karel Cáslavský, I Served the King of England

1937-02-21

King Harald V, Til Vesterheimen

1937-03-20

Emil Sirotek, Thomas and the Falcon King

1937-03-30

José Celso Martinez Corrêa, King of Candle

1937-04-03

William Gaunt, King Lear

1937-07-27

Woodie King Jr., Men in Black 3

1937-08-07

Lothar Gerber, King Thrushbeard

1937-08-11

Kip King, A Night at the Roxbury

1937-12-01

Gordon Crosse, King Lear

1937-12-21

Harald V, King of Norway (1991-present)

1938-01-05

Juan Carlos I, king of Spain (1975- )

1938-01-06

Josephine Marquand, Zadig: Zadig the King

1938-02-14

Jerry Holmes, The King Leal Report

1938-04-28

Madge Sinclair, The Lion King

1938-05-02

Constantine Bereng Seeiso, king Moshushoe II of Lesotho

1938-05-25

Roberto Guilherme, Costinha e o King Mong

1938-09-28

Ben E. King [Benjamin Earl Nelson], New York City, American soul singer (Stand by Me)

1938-10-12

Jean King, Elvis

1938-9-28

Ben E. King, Stand by Me

1938-9-29

Michael O'Mara, The Lion King

1939-01-31

Damu King, Shaft

1939-02-11

Gerry Goffin, Queens NY, rock lyricist (married Carole King)

1939-02-21

Ron Nagle, rock producer (Riding with the King)

1939-02-27

Lester King, cricketer (WI fast bowler, 2 Tests 1962-68, 9 wkts)

1939-07-25

Denis King, Worzel Gummidge

1939-08-12

Wale Ogunyemi, Sàngó: The Legendary African King

1939-10-19

Tian-Ming Wu, The King of Masks

1939-9-04

Peter Govey, The Madness of King George

1939-9-18

Yvonne King, Twelve Monkeys

1940-02-03

Milan Lasica, I Served the King of England

1940-02-16

Nancy Louise King, Trailing Double Trouble

1940-03-15

Fred Schuler, The King of Comedy

1940-04-17

Valeri Rubinchik, Savage Hunt of King Stakh

1940-05-15

Paul Rudd, Boston Mass, actor (Conn Yankee in King Arthur's Court)

1940-05-28

Hans Dulfer, Nosmo King

1940-06-02

Constantine II, deposed King of Greece (1964-73)

1940-06-02

King Constantine II, Konstantin II. von Griechenland

1940-07-26

Milan Corba, I Served the King of England

1940-08-11

Kip King, Chicago Ill, actor (Charlie & Company)

1940-08-12

Tony Allen, The Last King of Scotland

1940-08-18

Barry Justice, King & Country

1940-11-02

Hiroshi Arikawa, Berserk: The Golden Age Arc I - The Egg of the King

1940-9-16

Jeff David, The King of Comedy

1941-03-30

Uwe Mund, The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters

1941-07-03

Oldrich Vlach, I Served the King of England

1941-08-02

Robert Lanchester, King Lear

1941-08-04

Zeki Ökten, The King of the Street Cleaners

1941-08-10

Aref Arefkia, King of the Hearts

1941-10-09

Warren Luening, King Kong

1941-12-10

Peter Michael Goetz, actor (Jumping Jack Flash, King Kong Lives)

1942-02-09

Carole King, [Klein], Brooklyn NY, pianist/singer (Tapestry)

1942-02-09

Carole King, You've Got Mail

1942-05-14

Tony Perez, 4192: The Crowning of the Hit King

1942-05-23

Zalman King, Trenton, New Jersey, actor and director (Wild Orchid), (d. 2012)

1942-05-23

Zalman King, Two Moon Junction

1942-07-01

Genevieve Bujold, Montreal, actress (King of Hearts, Choose Me, Coma)

1942-07-01

Andraé Crouch, The Lion King

1942-07-13

Tom King, Planes, Trains & Automobiles

1942-07-27

Adriana Alben, King of Kong Island

1942-08-02

Patrick Adiarte, The King and I

1942-08-15

Sevda Ferdag, King of the Doormen

1942-12-14

Rex Thompson, NYC, actor (Young Bess, King & I, Her 12 Men)

1942-12-14

Rex Thompson, The King and I

1943-01-12

Henri J "Adriaan" Adriaansen, mime/director (Stinging Nettle King)

1943-02-09

James King, New Orleans LA, basketball player (Olympic-gold-1968)

1943-02-14

Maceo Parker, US tenor saxophonist (King's One, Mo' Roots)

1943-03-01

Ana María Giunta, A King and His Movie

1943-03-08

Willie King, A Love Song for Bobby Long

1943-05-19

Petr Brukner, I Served the King of England

1943-06-01

Freeman King, Fletch

1943-07-11

Karin Ugowski, King Thrushbeard

1943-08-04

Tina Cole, Hollywood, singer (King Cousins)/actress (Katie-My 3 Sons)

1943-08-09

Ladislav Zupanic, I Served the King of England

1943-08-15

King Baggot, Revenge of the Nerds

1943-08-16

James Hunter, King & Country

1943-11-22

Billie Jean King, Long Beach California, American tennis pro (Wimbledon 1968, 72, 73, 75)

1943-11-22

Billie Jean King, Person of the Week: Billie Jean King

1943-12-21

Albert Lee, A Tribute to the King

1943-12-23

Silvia Sommerlath, German wife of King Carl XVI of Sweden (1973- )

1943-9-19

King Sporty, Stander

1943-9-22

Jacob Brackman, The King of Marvin Gardens

1944-01-13

Isabel Mulá, King of Africa

1944-02-04

David Hart, Edward VIII: The Traitor King

1944-02-13

Jan Peszek, King Ubu

1944-02-14

King Clave, Los hombres no deben llorar

1944-03-05

Hanna Köhler, Ludwig - Requiem for a Virgin King

1944-03-31

Angus King, Episode #12.32

1944-04-05

Peter T King, (Rep-R-New York)

1944-04-05

Peter King, Fahrenhype 9/11

1944-04-30

Claude Koener, The King Is Dancing

1944-05-13

Carolyn Franklin, The Last King of Scotland

1944-07-08

Paul Antrim, The Man Who Would Be King

1944-07-26

Micki J King, springboard diver (Olympic-gold-1972)

1944-07-26

Micki King, Episode dated 25 October 1972

1944-08-18

Tiger Jeet Singh, IWA King of the Death Match

1944-08-22

Roger King, The Little Rascals

1944-10-26

Ed Clein, The Fourth King

1944-12-06

Jonathan King, rocker

1944-12-06

Jonathan King, Entertainment USA

1944-9-20

Kunio Murai, Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack

1945-01-25

Sharon Berryhill, Simon, King of the Witches

1945-02-13

King Floyd, rocker

1945-02-13

King Floyd, Austin Powers in Goldmember

1945-02-27

Harold King, Red Alert

1945-03-07

Luis de Alba, King of the Taxi Drivers

1945-03-29

Marta Heflin, The King of Comedy

1945-04-08

Yong Jang, King's Family

1945-07-07

Matti Salminen, Turku Finland, bass player (King Philipp-Don Carlos)

1945-07-17

Valentina Shendrikova, King Lear

1945-07-19

Aldine King, Airport 1975

1945-07-21

Diarmid Cammell, The Prince and the Pauper: The Pauper King

1945-07-25

Lou Cevetillo, King of the Gypsies

1945-07-26

Helen Mirren [Ilyena Lydia Vasilievna Mironoff], London, English actress (The Queen, The Madness of King George)

1945-09-09

Omukama Patrick David Matthew Olimi Kaboyo II, king of Toro

1945-11-13

Ray Woolf, King Kong

1945-12-15

Michael King, Wellington, New Zealand historian and author (Penguin History of New Zealand)

1945-12-18

Birenda Bir Bikram, King of Nepal (1972- )

1945-12-28

Birendra Bir Bikram Shah Deva, King of Nepal (1972- )

1945-9-27

Brian King, The Experiment

1945-9-27

Brian King, Bugs Bunny Superstar

1946-01-03

Cissy King, American entertainer

1946-01-03

Cissy King, Tribute to Walt Disney

1946-02-08

Ted Kierscey, The Lion King

1946-02-23

Ryûdô Uzaki, Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack

1946-03-07

Michael Chaplin, A King in New York

1946-04-26

Jennie Stoller, King Ralph

1946-04-30

Karl XVI Gustav F H, King of Sweden (1973- )

1946-04-30

King Carl XVI Gustaf, Grattis Victoria

1946-05-16

Robert Fripp, guitarist (King Crimson)

1946-06-15

Jerry Hartleben, King of the Wild Stallions

1946-06-20

Chris Auvache, King Lear

1946-06-25

Ian McDonald, London England, rock guitarist (Foreigner, King Crimson)

1946-07-13

Cheech Marin, The Lion King

1946-09-18

Alan "Bam" King, rocker

1946-09-22

King Sunny Ade, Nigerian singer

1946-10-05

Tokuma Nishioka, Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah

1946-10-08

King Hernandez, Liar Liar

1946-10-18

Howard Shore, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1946-10-18

Gary Basey, King Cole's Party

1946-10-21

John W. Morgan, King Kong

1946-12-26

Chuck Wilson, Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah

1946-9-22

King Sunny Ade, O.C. and Stiggs

1947-01-13

Chris Thomas, The Lion King

1947-02-05

Claude King, singer

1947-02-08

Erdogan Engin, The King of the Street Cleaners

1947-02-11

Marianne Høgsbro, King's Game

1947-02-23

Shakira Caine, Guyana, actress (Man Who be King)/Miss Guyana (1967)

1947-02-23

Shakira Caine, The Man Who Would Be King

1947-03-10

Paul Condon, The Porn King, the Stripper and the Bent Coppers

1947-03-25

Elton John, The Lion King

1947-04-11

Janusz Sosnowski, King of Devil's Island

1947-05-06

Tony King, The Toy

1947-05-10

Ric de Azevedo, Christmas with the King Family

1947-06-24

Clarissa Dickson Wright, Clarissa & the King's Cookbook

1947-07-07

Gyanendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev, King of Nepal

1947-08-06

Oliver Tobias, King Arthur, the Young Warlord

1947-08-20

Alan Lee, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1947-08-23

Sherrie Cuzzort, The Lion King

1947-09-21

Stephen King, Portland, Maine, sci-fi/horror author (Carrie, Shining, Kujo)

1947-10-01

Michael Kolba, The King of Comedy

1947-10-09

Richard B. King, Stand Your Ground

1947-10-16

Patrick Teoh, Anna and the King

1947-10-25

Shin'ya Ohwada, Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack

1947-11-10

Greg Lake, rock vocalist/bassist (King Crimson, ELP)

1947-12-01

Carol Dilworth, The King of the Gameshows

1947-12-08

Kathrin King Segal, Without a Trace

1947-12-22

Dave King, NHL: All-Access!

1947-9-07

Jan Jarczyk, My Grandmother Ironed the King's Shirts

1947-9-21

Stephen King, The Shawshank Redemption

1948-01-04

Martin Vidnovic, The King and I

1948-01-09

Paul King, Dagenham Essex, English rocker (Blue Oyster Cult)

1948-01-12

Anthony Andrews, The King's Speech

1948-03-30

M A King, FBA, economist

1948-04-03

Mario Iglesias, A King and His Movie

1948-04-30

Perry King, Alliance OH, actor (Andy Warhol's "Bad")

1948-04-30

Perry King, The Day After Tomorrow

1948-05-04

George Tupou V, Tonga, King of Tonga (2006-2012), (d. 2012)

1948-05-27

Rick Ludwin, Johnny Carson: King of Late Night

1948-06-18

Grzegorz Herominski, King Size

1948-07-14

King Goodwill Zwelethini KaBhekuzulu, Zulu Dawn

1948-07-18

Aleksandr Kharitonov, Savage Hunt of King Stakh

1948-08-20

John Noble, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1948-09-19

Jeremy Irons, Isle of Wight, England, actor (Reversal of Fortune, The Lion KIng)

1948-10-24

Marek Siudym, King Ubu

1948-11-12

Shôji Ishibashi, Iron King

1948-12-06

Jonathan King, London, singer (Everyone's Gone to the Moon)

1948-9-19

Jeremy Irons, The Lion King

1949-01-30

William King, Alabama, soul trumpeteer (Commodores-Easy)

1949-01-30

William King, Tropic Thunder

1949-03-24

Tabitha King, The Passion of Reverend Jimmy

1949-04-20

Jessica Lange, Cloquet Minnesota, actress (King Kong, Tootsie)

1949-05-17

Bill Bruford, English drummer (Yes, King Crimson-Red, Genesis)

1949-05-17

Jirí Korn, Almost King

1949-06-24

Richard Payne, King of the Bootleggers

1949-07-01

Zoe Leader, The Lion King

1949-07-12

John Wetton, Willington Derbyshire, British rock vocalist/bassist (Asia, King Crimson)

1949-07-27

Maureen McGovern, Joseph: King of Dreams

1949-10-25

Brian Kerwin, Chicago Ill, actor (Chisholms, King Kong Lives, Lobo)

1949-11-14

Ryô Hayami, Kamen Rider X: Five Riders vs. King Dark

1949-12-04

Mary Bea Porter-King, Everett WA, LPGA golfer (1975 Golf Inns Classic)

1949-9-14

Edward King, Forrest Gump

1949-9-19

Ernie Sabella, The Lion King

1949-9-25

Larry Beezer, King of the Mountain

1950-01-26

Jirí Lábus, I Served the King of England

1950-01-28

Hamad ibn Isa Al Khalifah, King of Bahrain

1950-01-30

Jon Brewer, B.B. King: The Life of Riley

1950-02-08

Ron Husband, The Lion King

1950-02-15

Murray Conque, The Magician King

1950-03-06

Jerry King Musser, Exit

1950-03-18

Jim Knobeloch, King Kong

1950-03-26

Ronnie McDowell, Fountain Head Tn, country singer (King is Gone)

1950-04-16

Richard King, War Without End

1950-05-12

Bruce Boxleitner, Elgin Ill, actor (Scarecrow & Mrs King, Babylon 5)

1950-05-18

Istvan Szimhar, A Kid in King Arthur's Court

1950-06-14

Steve Werner, Aladdin and the King of Thieves

1950-09-03

Doug Pinnick, American bassist and singer (King's X)

1950-10-07

Brad Theissen, GLBT-TV: Dr Martin Luther King - The Dream Lives for GLBT Community Leaders

1951-01-11

Nadeem Khan, King Uncle

1951-03-04

Julia Anne Robinson, The King of Marvin Gardens

1951-04-29

L. Tom Perry, I'm King Kong!: The Exploits of Merian C. Cooper

1951-06-11

Collis King, cricketer (WI all-rounder late 70s)

1951-06-26

Pamela Bellwood, [King], NYC, actress (Ellen-W.E.B., Claudia-Dynasty)

1951-10-03

Nick Glennie-Smith, The Lion King

1951-10-31

Randy Cartwright, The Lion King

1951-11-12

Casey King, Dracula: Dead and Loving It

1951-12-13

Robert Lindsay, Ilketson England, actor (Strike it Rich, King Lear)

1951-9-11

Guy Stroman, Aladdin and the King of Thieves

1952-01-16

King Fuad II of Egypt

1952-02-11

Paul Norell, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1952-03-03

Kazuki Ohmori, Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah

1952-03-08

Sandy King, They Live

1952-05-08

Kent Holaday, The Lion King

1952-05-09

Patrick Ryecart, The King's Speech

1952-05-25

Kent Gilbert, Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah

1952-06-09

Dan Severn, King of the Ring

1952-06-09

Zdenek Zák, I Served the King of England

1952-08-04

Maire Brennan, King Arthur

1952-08-26

Michael Jeter, Lawrenceburg TN, actor (Fisher King)

1952-10-04

Ray Harris, The Lion King

1952-11-03

Jim Cummings, The Lion King

1952-12-19

Linda Woolverton, The Lion King

1952-12-25

Thomas Zielinski, I Served the King of England

1953-01-31

Jacek Chmielnik, King Size

1953-02-16

Roberta Williams, King's Quest VII: The Princeless Bride

1953-02-22

Maciej Korwin, King Ubu

1953-03-05

Horace King, Kansas City Chiefs vs. Detroit Lions

1953-05-14

Norodom Sihamoni, King of Cambodia

1953-05-16

Van Redin, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1953-07-02

John Posey, King's Pawn

1953-11-24

Greg Holcomb, When I Am King

1953-9-16

Tom Logan, King's Ransom

1954-02-05

Flip Van Gelder, King of the Camp

1954-03-30

Meegan King, Days of Our Lives

1954-05-09

Benjy King, The Clairvoyant

1954-05-16

Janet Maw, actress (Sparrow, King John, Mayor of Casterbridge)

1954-05-25

Kee Thuan Chye, Anna and the King

1954-08-11

Terry Porter, The Lion King

1954-08-21

Hermann Kopp, The Death King

1954-10-14

Kjell Morin, Handcuff King

1954-11-22

David Leon, The Madness of King George

1954-12-08

Don Connolly, Daughter of the King

1954-12-25

Annie Lennox, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1954-12-28

Gayle King, Beyond the Lights

1954-9-14

Michael Patrick King, Sex and the City

1954-9-19

David Bamber, The King's Speech

1955-01-07

Sandra Bernhard, Arizona (Follow That Bird, King of Comedy)

1955-01-17

Frazer Smith, The Fisher King

1955-02-28

Federico De Laurentiis, King Kong

1955-05-05

Melinda Culea, The Fisher King

1955-05-16

Oldrich Kaiser, I Served the King of England

1955-06-06

Sandra Bernhard, Flint Mich, actress (King of Comedy, Nancy-Roseanne)

1955-06-06

Sandra Bernhard, The King of Comedy

1955-06-28

Linden King, Worth Winning

1955-07-21

Adrienne King, Friday the 13th

1955-07-21

J.W. King, These Bases Are Loaded

1955-08-13

Betsy King, Reading Pennsylvania, LPGA golfer (1990 US Women's Open)

1955-08-13

Betsy King, Betsy King

1955-08-30

D. Edward Stanley, Protecting the King

1955-09-10

Pat Mastelotto, rock drummer (Mr Mister, King Crimson)

1955-11-11

Jigme Singye Wangchuk, king of Bhutan (1972- )

1955-11-17

Yolanda King, actress (Fluke, Ghosts of Mississippi)

1955-11-17

Yolanda King, Ghosts of Mississippi

1955-11-22

Mary Slattery, I.R.A.: King of Nothing

1955-9-25

Shelley King, Code 46

1956-01-05

Chen Kenichi, Japan Cup 2002: King Crab (Tarabagani), Ingii Chicken

1956-02-03

Nathan Lane, The Lion King

1956-04-18

Eric Roberts, Miss, actor (Pope of Greenwich Village, King of Gypsies)

1956-06-02

Chris King, Episode #1.281

1956-06-06

Marilyn Jones, Pitts Pa, actress (Carey-King's Crossing)

1956-06-14

King Diamond [Kim Petersen], Copenhagen, Denmark, heavy metal musician (Merciful Fate, King Diamond)

1956-06-28

Michael E. King, Snow White Live

1956-08-16

Elena Dimitrova, Savage Hunt of King Stakh

1956-10-02

Freddie Jackson, King of New York

1956-10-19

Rick Kohlschmidt, The Lion King

1956-11-13

Ginger Alden, Living Legend: The King of Rock and Roll

1956-12-04

Bernard King, basketball player (NY Knicks, NJ Nets)

1956-12-04

Bernard King, Fast Break

1957-02-13

Doris King, Nashville Tenn, vocalist (Girls Next Door-Don't Be Cruel)

1957-02-28

Mag Ruffman, My Grandmother Ironed the King's Shirts

1957-03-07

Kenny King, Super Bowl XVIII

1957-03-09

Mark Mancina, The Lion King

1957-04-25

Zofia Pospiech, King Size

1957-06-02

King Lizzard, American entertainer and songwriter

1957-07-03

Ken Ober, That's F**king Historical

1957-08-25

Simon McBurney, The Last King of Scotland

1957-10-23

Martin Luther King III, 19th Annual Trumpet Awards

1957-10-26

Giovannella Grifeo, In the Name of the Pope King

1957-11-07

King Kong Bundy, WrestleMania 2

1957-9-16

Maria Gladkowska, King Arthur

1958-02-20

Kazuko Katô, Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack

1958-04-12

Nancy Ulene, The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride

1958-04-20

Rudolf Biermann, I Served the King of England

1958-04-26

Giancarlo Esposito, actor (Bob Roberts, School Daze, King of NY)

1958-07-03

Charlie Higson, King of the Ants

1958-08-29

Michael Jackson, Gary Indiana, recording artist and King of Pop (Thriller, Bad), (d. 2009)

1958-10-19

Tiriel Mora, King Kong

1958-10-20

Mark King, bass/vocalist (Level 42-Standing in the Light, Love Games)

1958-10-20

Mark King, Episode #17.202

1958-10-23

Jonathan Wolff, The King of Queens

1958-10-24

Marcin Lomnicki, King of Devil's Island

1958-11-26

El Texano, IWA King of the Death Match

1958-12-01

Martin Zahálka, I Served the King of England

1958-12-21

Bruce Phillipson, The Lion King

1958-12-25

Rickey Henderson, Chicago Illinois, MLB outfielder (stolen base king, A's, Yanks)

1958-9-26

Ron King, Spider-Man 3

1959-01-10

Fran Walsh, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1959-01-11

Mike Jones, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1959-03-05

Marie-Josée Caya, King of the Airways

1959-04-21

Seth Isler, The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride

1959-04-26

Thanasis Papakonstadinou, The King

1959-05-04

Anthony Calf, The Madness of King George

1959-06-05

Terry McQueen, Steve McQueen: The King of Cool

1959-06-05

Rob W. King, Something More

1959-07-10

Janet Julian, King of New York

1959-08-20

Renaud Marx, The King and the Mockingbird

1959-08-23

Stuart Sumida, The Lion King

1959-08-30

Don Richard, King of the Hill

1959-10-04

Henry Eshelman, In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale

1959-12-15

Paul Lombardi, The Fisher King

1959-12-17

Albert King, actor (BB King & Friends, Blues Alive)

1959-9-12

Scott Brown, Scott Brown: Against All Odds/The Spark/The King's Speech

1959-9-25

Joon-ik Lee, The King and the Clown

1960-01-13

Graham Dixon, King's Christmas

1960-03-04

Greg Drolette, The Lion King

1960-03-23

João Moura, To Catch a King

1960-04-09

John Patrick King, New Orleans Rising

1960-04-15

Philippe of Belgium, Brussels, King of the Belgians (2013-)

1960-04-29

Phil King, English bassist

1960-06-29

Evelyn King, Grand Theft Auto V

1960-07-20

Kevin Proctor, The Lion King

1960-07-25

Evelyn "Champagne" King, Bronx NY, disco singer (Shame, I'm in Love)

1960-07-27

Reinaldo de Carvalho, carnival King

1960-08-18

Paul Griffin, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1960-10-07

Phil Reynolds, King Charles I: The Royal Martyr

1960-11-20

Paul King, Party Line

1960-12-17

Perry Costello, The Last King of Scotland

1960-9-07

Marcus King, Redemption: The Stan Tookie Williams Story

1960-9-10

Colin Firth, The King's Speech

1961-01-26

Wayne Gretzky, Brantford Ont, NHL great scorer (Oiler, King, Rangers)

1961-01-26

Casey Cole, When I Fall in Love: The One & Only Nat King Cole

1961-01-26

Timolin Cole, When I Fall in Love: The One & Only Nat King Cole

1961-01-30

Dexter King, The Rosa Parks Story

1961-05-23

Yvette S. Taylor, The Fisher King

1961-06-19

Carla Fry, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1961-06-22

Izabela Zubiel, King Size

1961-07-01

Jefferson King, The Fighting Forces Challenge

1961-07-13

Tomasz Tworkowski, King Ubu

1961-07-17

Nick Rossiter, The Boy Who Would Be King

1961-07-21

Aaron Ong, The King Maker

1961-08-08

John G. Brennan, King Arthur

1961-08-23

Alexandre Desplat, The King's Speech

1961-08-31

John King, Episode dated 2 February 2011

1961-09-17

Ty Tabor, American guitarist and singer (King's X)

1961-11-26

Carrie Nygren, King of New York

1961-12-19

Graham King, The Departed

1961-12-24

Ricky Grover, Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King

1961-9-23

Simon Reggiani, The King's Daughters

1962-01-20

Arto Koskinen, Handcuff King

1962-01-30

King Abdullah II of Jordan

1962-01-30

Abdullah II King Of Jordan, Liebe zwischen den Fronten - Abdullah und Rania von Jordanien

1962-03-26

Chris Bailey, The Lion King

1962-04-18

Mick Sweda, heavy metal (Bulletboys, King Kobra-Ready to Strike)

1962-04-19

Joe Demuth, Not a King's Ransom

1962-04-24

George Goodchild, The King and I

1962-05-03

Joseph J. Lawson, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1962-06-01

Sherri Howard, The Scorpion King

1962-07-30

Loren Avedon, The King of the Kickboxers

1962-08-05

Ron Edwards, King's Ransom

1962-08-08

Brigitte Burdine, World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King

1962-08-21

Cleo King, The Hangover

1962-08-22

Lara Harris, The Fisher King

1962-10-14

Chris Thomas King, O Brother, Where Art Thou?

1962-10-20

L. Craig King, Mask

1962-11-27

Camille King, Leaving Las Vegas

1962-11-29

Andy LaRocque Swedish musician (King Diamond)

1962-12-07

Peregrine Beckman, King of the Hill

1962-12-16

William Perry, King of the Nerds

1962-12-27

Simon King, Springwatch Close Encounters

1962-9-08

Thomas Kretschmann, King Kong

1963-01-10

Claire King, Only the Lonely

1963-01-12

Jon King, The Biggest One I Ever Saw!

1963-03-28

Bernice King, daughter of Martin Luther King Jr

1963-03-28

Bernice King, 19th Annual Trumpet Awards

1963-04-04

Sawnsee Rae Haddock, Weekend King

1963-04-22

Cathy King, Indefinitely

1963-06-23

David R. King, Revenge Live

1963-07-17

Letsie III, King of Lesotho

1963-08-05

Anna Jurksztowicz, King Size

1963-08-21

King Mohammed VI of Morocco

1963-08-24

Kirk Wise, The Lion King

1963-10-03

Nastja Arcel, King's Game

1963-10-19

Prince Laurent of Belgium, Château de Belvédère, Laeken, son of King Albert II and Queen Paola

1963-10-24

Jin-a Kim, Diary of King Yonsan

1963-11-29

Sam Rohn, King Kong

1963-12-18

Nikolai Neikov, Babar: King of the Elephants

1963-12-31

Stefania Orsola Garello, King Arthur

1963-9-21

King Mohamed VI, The Bourne Ultimatum

1964-01-11

Zina Moreno, King Cole's Party

1964-01-14

Brendan King, King Arthur

1964-01-29

Towanna King, The Bodyguard

1964-03-04

Ken Duncan, The Lion King

1964-03-06

Andre King, Divergent

1964-03-07

Ron Johnson, Karaoke King

1964-04-06

Johnny Dee, heavy metal drummer (Britny Fox-Boys in Heat, King Kobra)

1964-05-20

Lebo M., The Lion King

1964-05-30

Todd Rippon, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1964-06-03

Kerry King, American musician (Slayer)

1964-06-03

Kerry King, Law Abiding Citizen

1964-06-18

Gilbert Lachance, King of the Airways

1964-06-23

Bill Motz, The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride

1964-07-17

Maija Junno, Handcuff King

1964-08-04

Gary King, British radio presenter

1964-08-18

Steve Sanders, The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters

1964-10-16

Jin-yeong Jeong, The King and the Clown

1964-10-21

Dana Landsberg, Aladdin and the King of Thieves

1964-10-26

Sven Väth, Sven Väth: King of Techno

1964-11-09

Peter Quartaroli, The Scorpion King

1964-12-01

Todd Rogers, The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters

1964-12-26

Jeff King, Marion IN, infielder (Pittsburgh Pirates)

1964-12-26

Jeff King, Philadelphia Phillies vs. Pittsburgh Pirates

1964-9-16

David Broder, The King's Speech

1965-01-07

Ian Murray, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1965-02-21

Steve Lee, The Lion King

1965-04-02

Rodney King, Sacramento California, African American motorist beaten by LA cops, (d. 2012)

1965-04-02

Rodney King, Episode #2.4

1965-04-18

Camille Coduri, King Ralph

1965-06-15

Bogdan Kalus, King Ubu

1965-08-16

Richard King, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

1965-10-01

Ted King, American Actor

1965-10-01

Ted King, The X Files

1965-10-11

Chantal Fontaine, King of the Airways

1965-10-27

Michael O'Connor, The Last King of Scotland

1965-11-12

Mathias Neumann, In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale

1965-12-11

Adolfo Tapia, MLW: King of Kings

1965-12-21

Andy Dick, The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride

1965-9-25

Kosuke Toyohara, Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah

1966-02-18

Kris King, Bracebridge, NHL left wing (Winnipeg Jets)

1966-02-20

Danny Wright, King's Ransom

1966-02-23

Ryan Cassidy, The King of Queens

1966-03-15

Mervyn King, Episode #1.7

1966-05-25

Rick Logan, The Lion King

1966-05-28

Adriana Tarábková, King Thrushbeard

1966-06-10

Gregory King, Night Terrors

1966-06-19

Rizaldy Valencia, The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride

1966-07-11

Kristian Quinn, King of the Open Mics

1966-08-10

Hansi Kürsch, In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale

1966-10-06

Ed Hawkins, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1966-10-16

Amaral, King of Tokyo: O Filme

1966-10-31

Koji Kanemoto, wrestler (NJPW/AAA/UWA, Tiger Mask, King Lee)

1966-10-31

Victoria King Voreadi, El Greco

1966-9-01

May Lo Mei-Mei, Scorpion King

1966-9-08

Joël Legendre, King of the Airways

1966-9-09

Liz Peterson, Weekend King

1966-9-20

Olaf Encke, King of Fools

1967-01-03

Deanna Yusoff, Anna and the King

1967-01-03

Johnny King, Evenlyn 'Champagne' King

1967-01-26

K.S. Haddock, Weekend King

1967-01-29

Stacey King, NBA forward/center (Miami Heat)

1967-01-29

Stacey King, Episode dated 16 May 2013

1967-02-04

Lotto King Karl, Andi Ommsen ist der letzte Lude

1967-02-07

Sharla Cheung, King of Beggars

1967-02-11

Derek King, Hamilton, NHL left wing (NY Islanders)

1967-02-23

King Sun, Who's the Man?

1967-03-01

John Bradford King, Teknolust

1967-03-08

Paul J. Tracy, King's Faith

1967-04-23

Joanne King, Ripley's Game

1967-04-27

Willem-Alexander CGF, King of the Netherlands (2013-)

1967-04-27

King Willem-Alexander, Episode dated 28 September 2010

1967-05-03

Andre Olbrich, In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale

1967-05-12

Joe McKinney, King Arthur

1967-05-13

Paul King, Blue de Ville

1967-07-01

Olger Bernadt, King of Devil's Island

1967-07-09

David Milhous, Larry King Live

1967-07-13

Thomas Moore Jr., The Lion King

1967-07-26

Andy Jolliff, Joseph: King of Dreams

1967-08-06

Mike Stringer, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1967-10-18

Alexander Williams, The Lion King

1967-10-22

Carlos Mencia, That's F**king Historical

1967-10-22

Oona King, Episode dated 30 September 2010

1967-10-28

Kevin Macdonald, The Last King of Scotland

1967-11-02

Cathy Burrow, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1967-11-04

Shannon Scudder-Pudleiner, Aladdin and the King of Thieves

1967-11-14

Matthew King, Brisbane QLD, Australasia golfer

1967-12-05

Gary Allan, Jim Lauderdale: The King of Broken Hearts

1967-12-18

Jeremy King, V for Vendetta

1968-01-02

Evan Parke, King Kong

1968-01-31

Matt King, RocknRolla

1968-02-02

Marcus Danforth, King of the Park Rangers

1968-03-06

Moira Kelly, The Lion King

1968-04-13

M.C. King, Jing zhong ren

1968-04-19

Mswati III, King of Swaziland

1968-05-01

Mark Gus Scott, The Monkey King: The Legend Begins

1968-05-03

Michael Drout, National Geographic: Beyond the Movie - The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King

1968-05-07

Joe King, NFL safety (Oakland Raiders)

1968-05-10

Adrian Scarborough, The King's Speech

1968-05-27

Joanne Ruscella, The Karaoke King

1968-08-21

Mark Franken, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1968-08-23

Greg Vernon, In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale

1968-08-28

Billy Boyd, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1968-10-01

Matthew Ellis, King for a Day

1968-11-01

Craig R. Maras, The Lion King

1968-11-13

Dominick R. Domingo, The Lion King

1968-12-31

Ann Taylor, King of Bandit Jing

1968-9-07

Steve Gorlin, King of the Hill

1968-9-13

István Silló, King Solomon's Mines

1968-9-16

Mark Bollinger, The Lion King 1 1/2

1968-9-28

Naomi Watts, King Kong

1969-02-11

Kevin King, US baseball pitcher (Seattle Mariners)

1969-03-02

Edward King, Dead Meat

1969-04-08

Ian Hughes, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1969-04-30

Barry Weil, The Return of the King?

1969-05-17

Stephen Hall, King Kong

1969-06-10

Sarah Valentine, King Kong

1969-06-26

Steven Brand, The Scorpion King

1969-07-01

Michael King, Ranger Bios

1969-07-11

Kellita Smith, King's Ransom

1969-07-24

Chris King, NBA forward (Vancouver Grizzlies)

1969-08-11

Atle Antonsen, Curling King

1969-08-14

Don Pinsent, King

1969-08-17

Ed Cunningham, The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters

1969-08-27

Cesar Millan, Jake and King

1969-08-27

Stevan King, The Iron Giant

1969-10-22

Helmut Lotti, Helmut Lotti: My Tribute to the King

1969-11-01

Samuli Laiho, Handcuff King

1969-11-03

Alan King, Goldfield

1969-11-08

Boris Terral, The King Is Dancing

1969-11-19

Richard Virenque, The King of Mont Ventoux

1969-12-03

Ed King, NFL guard (NO Saints)

1969-12-28

Supachai Promphan, The King Maker

1969-9-11

Ken Poteat, The Lion King 1 1/2

1970-01-03

Beom-su Lee, Lifting King Kong

1970-01-10

Kristine King, Spy Kids 2

1970-01-13

Marco Pantani, The King of Mont Ventoux

1970-01-30

Santena Jenaris King Clough, Spider-Man 2

1970-02-22

Phil Greig, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1970-02-26

Brent King, A Little Thing Called Murder

1970-03-01

Michael King, The Missing Link

1970-03-09

Mario Perrotta, The Fourth King

1970-03-17

Andrew Mackie, The King's Speech

1970-03-31

Linn Skåber, Curling King

1970-04-10

Kenny Lattimore, The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride

1970-04-12

Joe Condren, King Arthur

1970-05-16

Jan Sælid, Curling King

1970-06-09

Christopher J. Keene, The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters

1970-06-11

Jakob Schmidt, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1970-06-11

Mike H.G. Bates, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1970-06-17

Daisy Tinsley, Spotlight on Location: The Making of 'The Scorpion King'

1970-07-25

Dawn Bradfield, King Arthur

1970-08-21

Takashi Nishina, Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack

1970-10-14

Indraneel Bhattacharya, One Night with the King

1970-10-14

Rori King, S.M.I.L.E. Everybody

1970-10-19

Ken McGaugh, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1970-10-24

Stephen Crowe, King Kong

1970-10-28

Gail Lynn, Protecting the King

1970-10-29

Jason Cienkus, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1970-10-31

Jeffry O'Brien, King's Quest VII: The Princeless Bride

1970-11-08

Diana King, Jamaican singer

1970-11-08

Diana King, Bad Boys

1970-12-02

Malin Morgan, God Save the King

1970-12-21

Tony Ambrose, The Lion King 1 1/2

1970-9-14

Satoshi Kojima, MLW: King of Kings

1970-9-26

J. Lamar King, Movies

1971-01-02

Brian King, Portrait of a Nude Art Model

1971-01-04

Evan Gary Hirsch, King of England

1971-01-15

Regina King, Los Angeles California, actress (Brenda Jenkins-227)

1971-01-15

Regina King, Ray

1971-03-04

Jason Croot, Song of King Solomon

1971-03-12

Vito DeNucci, King of Carnage: Fatal Fourway

1971-03-20

Brian L. King, Rounding First

1971-03-28

Brian Sintay, The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride

1971-04-04

John J. Higgins, The Karaoke King

1971-04-09

J.J. Ruscella, The Karaoke King

1971-05-15

Radim Hladík Jr., I Served the King of England

1971-06-01

Ellen Nyman, Pizza King

1971-06-02

Joel Tobeck, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1971-06-21

Dipendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev, Crown Prince/son of King of Nepal

1971-07-11

Moritz Glaesle, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1971-07-31

Eve Best, The King's Speech

1971-08-10

Niall Martin, King Arthur

1971-11-04

Will Wallace, King Kong

1971-11-08

Cathy King, Falsehood

1971-9-02

Alex Heffes, The Last King of Scotland

1972-01-12

Bill King, Bloody Valentine

1972-02-05

Troy O'Kane, King Kong

1972-02-14

Jennifer Albrecht, King of the Ants

1972-03-01

Helen King, Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones

1972-03-15

John Butiu, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1972-04-06

Lance Powell, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1972-04-07

Shingo Katsurayama, Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack

1972-04-14

Elisabeth King, Carmen

1972-04-22

François Fortin, King of the Airways

1972-05-01

Michele L. King, Exorcism in the ER

1972-05-02

Flemming Nordkrog, King's Game

1972-05-12

Paul Stout, Saugus California, actor (Phillip-Scarecrow & Mrs King)

1972-06-06

Frankie King, NBA guard (LA Lakers)

1972-06-24

Shawn King, NFL defensive end (Green Bay Packers, Carolina Panthers)

1972-07-04

Kendô Kobayashi, Berserk: The Golden Age Arc I - The Egg of the King

1972-07-04

Patricia Snyder, Sixes and the One Eyed King

1972-07-08

Scott Semple, Gator King

1972-07-24

Angus King, Pet

1972-08-01

Tara O'Connor, Playboy British Babe: Tara King

1972-08-04

Chiu Yan, Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack

1972-08-14

Mark Willsher, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1972-08-15

Ewa Wiaczek, King Ubu

1972-08-20

Jean François Larche, In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale

1972-10-01

Tom Hooper, The King's Speech

1972-10-17

Catherine Maguire, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1972-10-28

Fiona Foster, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1972-11-07

Rick Pisarro, King 69

1972-11-12

Jason King, Rush Hour 2

1972-11-15

Gary King, How Do You Write a Joe Schermann Song

1972-11-17

Sean Tiedeman, The King of Arcades

1972-12-22

Billy James, In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale

1972-12-23

Markos Rounthwaite, King Kong

1972-9-14

Paul King, Michel Roux's Service

1972-9-21

Spencer Gibb, The King

1972-9-25

Fiona Regan, King Arthur

1973-01-12

Greg Morton, Milwaukee Wisc, actor (Scarecrow & Mrs King)

1973-01-19

Dan Keplinger, King Gimp

1973-02-05

Alan King, Rory O'Shea Was Here

1973-02-08

Tom King, Australian 470 class yachter (Olympics-96)

1973-02-19

Angela van de Weerdhof, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1973-02-25

Daniel Boileau, In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale

1973-03-03

Alison King, Shanghai Knights

1973-05-04

Jonathan Yates, King Arthur

1973-05-05

David Björkman, The King of Ping Pong

1973-05-25

Toby Wood, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1973-05-31

Craig Glenday, The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters

1973-06-09

Orlando Wells, The King's Speech

1973-06-27

Robert King, Andy Hamilton's Search for Satan

1973-07-12

Jørn Benzon, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1973-07-15

Ivan Barnev, I Served the King of England

1973-07-15

Meicke Bahnsen, Pizza King

1973-07-19

Jennifer King, Chatterbox

1973-08-08

Lochlann O'Mearáin, King Arthur

1973-08-09

Jimmy King, NBA guard (Toronto Raptors)

1973-08-09

Jimmy King, I Hate Christian Laettner

1973-10-24

Raimondo Della Calce, The King of the Island

1973-10-25

Gina Lynn Guesby, Kasha and the Zulu King

1973-11-29

Kris Gardiner, The Lion King 1 1/2

1973-12-04

Jensen Freeman, The King's Speech

1973-12-10

Yûki Satô, King of Fighters: Maximum Impact

1973-12-20

Mary Graff, King Kong: Peter Jackson's Production Diaries

1973-9-03

Stefano Zanola, King Arthur

1974-01-15

Ray King, American baseball player

1974-01-15

Ray King, Atlanta Braves vs. Washington Nationals

1974-02-27

India King, Crank

1974-03-28

Mark King, English snooker player

1974-03-28

Tor-Bjorn Olsson, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1974-04-16

Gioia von Thun, The Last King of Scotland

1974-04-19

Jason King, Le Aboutissement

1974-05-17

Zuzana Fialová, I Served the King of England

1974-05-31

Sylwia Adamowicz-Nowakowska, King Ubu

1974-06-14

Sacha Bertram, In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale

1974-06-15

Massimiliano Mauceri, Once Upon a Time a King

1974-07-01

Ariyo Wahab, King

1974-07-15

Marilita Lambropoulou, The King

1974-08-05

Kent King, Love and a Bullet

1974-10-16

Henry King Quitain, Mikay and Her Road to Royalty

1974-10-17

Melody King, Relative Stranger

1974-10-28

Billy Joe Martinez, The King

1974-11-10

Shareef McIntosh, The Sun King

1974-11-10

Eduardo Cisneros, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1974-11-13

Christopher Otto Gallagher, King Kong

1974-11-28

Marcus Goldfinch, King Kong

1974-12-18

Ed King, Ali G Indahouse

1974-12-23

Janus Nabil Bakrawi, Pizza King

1974-9-26

Caroline Drasbæk, Pizza King

1975-01-02

Erik Winquist, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1975-01-06

Jason King, English radio DJ (Radio 1)

1975-01-13

Jason King, Best of Series 2

1975-01-29

Mike L. Murphy, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1975-02-01

Lynne Goulet, King of Texas

1975-02-03

Mat King, Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS

1975-03-11

Frederic Fortin, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1975-03-18

Tali Cherniawsky, Joe the King

1975-03-23

Tsukasa Saitoh, King's Field IV

1975-03-31

John Adair, World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King

1975-04-11

Reina King, Scrooged

1975-04-18

Jae-heon Jeong, Quiz King

1975-05-08

Enrique Iglesias, Madrid, Spanish singer-songwriter and King of Latin Pop (Bailamos, Hero)

1975-05-24

Katie King, ice hockey forward (USA, Oly-98)

1975-05-24

Katie King, Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter Games

1975-06-25

Demarlo King, EyeToy: Play 2

1975-06-27

Reston Williams, Secondary Inspection: Facebook King

1975-07-19

Sean King, The Night Never Sleeps

1975-07-23

Juuso Voltti, King of Apes Sees Again

1975-07-29

Darren R.L. Gordon, The Zombie King

1975-08-05

Clint Morris, The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride

1975-08-20

Adam Kingsley, Blue King

1975-10-06

Reon King, West Indian cricketer from Guyana

1975-11-04

Kevin Tengan, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1975-11-17

Brian Hadfield, Liken: Esther and the King

1975-12-05

Brandon Baker, In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale

1975-12-24

Riccardo Valsecchi, Schwarzkopf BRD: Martin Luther King in Berlin!

1975-9-13

Peter Ho, The Monkey King

1975-9-17

Cheyenne King, Hate

1975-9-23

Matthieu Misiraca, King's Crown

1976-02-17

Ray Massa, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1976-02-22

Jiri Ml. Kacirek, I Served the King of England

1976-03-10

Brian Paul Carlson, King of the Mountain

1976-03-15

Cara Pifko, The Possession of Michael King

1976-05-23

Jorge Daza, One Night with the King

1976-05-26

Anna Sasiadek, King Ubu

1976-06-03

Jessica Chonody, Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King

1976-06-15

Petter Lee, Letter to the King

1976-06-19

Claus Willadsen, King of Devil's Island

1976-07-18

Catherine King, Desperate Housewitches

1976-07-21

Seong-Yeon Kang, The King and the Clown

1976-08-13

Scott Sarver, King Kong: Peter Jackson's Production Diaries

1976-11-27

Sven Mevissen, The King's Surrender

1976-9-13

Justin Ptak, King of the Olympics: The Lives and Loves of Avery Brundage

1977-02-06

M.J. McMahon, The King's Speech

1977-03-07

Matt Welford, King Kong

1977-03-11

Sierk Radzei, King Ping - Tippen Tappen Tödchen

1977-03-17

Chris Bacon, King Kong

1977-04-22

Steven Price, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1977-05-12

Jake Goldberger, Life of a King

1977-05-20

Ben Paschke, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1977-05-26

K.K. Moggie, Anna and the King

1977-05-29

Shaun King, 2008 Papajohns.Com Bowl

1977-05-31

Debbie King, English TV presenter

1977-06-04

Mathilde Dedye, King of Devil's Island

1977-06-08

Enda Doherty, King Arthur

1977-06-10

Mitch Fishman, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1977-06-17

Murat Ozer, The King of the Street Cleaners

1977-08-23

Kenta Miyake, Berserk: The Golden Age Arc I - The Egg of the King

1977-08-23

Amanda Burton, The Scorpion King

1977-10-04

Wiktoria Padlewska, King Size

1977-10-18

Chris McKenna, King of the Ants

1977-10-18

Carsten Raabe, In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale

1977-10-25

Eric Summerer, The King of Fighters 2006

1977-10-27

Steve Rahaman, To Be King

1977-11-07

Monroe Mann, You Can't Kill Stephen King

1977-11-11

Jeremy King, USS Seaviper

1977-11-17

Terrance Tornberg, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1977-11-24

Colin Hanks, King Kong

1977-12-06

Miwa Yasuda, King of Fighters: Maximum Impact

1977-12-13

Lauri Porra, Rat King

1977-9-21

Ryan Hanna King, Last Rites

1978-01-10

Jill Berger, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1978-01-14

Sage Brocklebank, In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale

1978-01-17

Leilani Marie, Don King: Only in America

1978-02-02

Michal Taran, King Ubu

1978-03-17

Fraser Lyons, Rat King

1978-03-22

Marlon King, Dancehall Queen

1978-03-30

Rie Ôta, Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack

1978-04-12

Robert Hensley, King of the Road

1978-04-15

Kelly S. King, Trust Issues

1978-05-09

Bryant King, A City to Make Me

1978-05-16

Lester Harris, Fit for the King

1978-05-18

Amanda Bentley, The Scorpion King

1978-05-19

Steve Alexander, King's Quest III: To Heir Is Human

1978-05-30

Cyrus King, Navy Seal vs. Israeli Commando

1978-06-06

Joy Enriquez, Anna and the King

1978-06-06

David King, The Strike

1978-06-09

Eirik Fjeldal, World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King

1978-06-22

Matthew Donaldson, The Little King Treading Water

1978-06-24

Danica Todorovic, For King and Homeland

1978-07-10

Nicholas T. King, Shiner

1978-08-05

Kory Juul, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1978-08-14

Maria Petros, Patricia King

1978-08-20

Traycee King, How to Survive a Horror Film: Cabin in the Woods

1978-10-03

Eden King, Test Tube Teens from the Year 2000

1978-10-05

Joseph Briaud, King of the Olympics: The Lives and Loves of Avery Brundage

1978-10-24

Rebecca Geear, Sixes and the One Eyed King

1978-10-30

Gretchen Rossi, Cast of 'Real Housewives of Orange County'/Nia Vardalos/King

1978-11-12

Ryan Brooks, The Elephant King

1978-11-12

Martha King, Operación triunfo: México

1978-11-29

Nathan King, Top 7 Performance Show: Ballads

1978-12-06

K.D. Aubert, The Scorpion King

1978-12-31

Benny Nordberg, In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale

1978-9-30

Francis Kaczmarek, The Cranky King

1979-02-09

Christopher Sanderson, The Last King of Scotland

1979-03-15

Scott King,

1979-04-02

Jacob Hair, In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale

1979-04-23

Jaime King, American actress

1979-04-23

Jaime King, Pearl Harbor

1979-04-26

Alison Fanelli, The King of the Road

1979-05-01

Dave Winfrey Jr., Blade of the King Concept Film

1979-05-03

David King, Chicken Soup

1979-05-12

Tiana Wemple, King Cole's Party

1979-05-25

Judd King, Cecilia Rose

1979-06-23

Adam King, The Real World You Never Saw: Paris

1979-06-29

Kris King, Reading Rainbow

1979-07-18

Jason Weaver, The Lion King

1979-08-24

Kaki King, Into the Wild

1979-10-02

Beckie King, A Christmas Carol

1979-10-05

Jeremy L. Jeziorski, King of the Ants

1979-10-21

Ted Guard, The Last King of Scotland

1979-10-21

Christopher Alexander King, Touch of a Soul

1979-11-15

Klára Jandová, Thomas and the Falcon King

1979-11-23

Hiroaki Iwanaga, Berserk: The Golden Age Arc I - The Egg of the King

1979-12-05

J.R. King, Jargon

1979-12-26

Chris Daughtry, Chris Daughtry/Tom Hiddleston/Rodney King

1979-9-20

Petra Hrebícková, I Served the King of England

1980-01-14

Jonathan Krespil, King's Ransom

1980-01-26

Devon Marie King, Star Trek

1980-03-21

Anna Rembowska, King Ubu

1980-03-25

Joe King, Guitarist and Co-Founder for the band The Fray

1980-04-14

Vanessa King, Crazy, Stupid, Love.

1980-05-25

István Barkovics, A Kid in King Arthur's Court

1980-06-10

Daniel Bennett, A Kid in King Arthur's Court

1980-07-01

Erin Gruman, King of the Ants

1980-07-11

Kylee King, Blowjob Ninjas 5

1980-08-07

Sue Meehan, King Arthur

1980-08-22

Matt King, Episode #14.3

1980-11-10

Niketa Calame, The Lion King

1980-11-22

Øyvind Otto Holm-Johnsen, Letter to the King

1980-11-25

Lauren King, Little Beach Bums 2

1980-11-29

Ian Bernardo, Larry King Live: The Greatest Interviews

1980-12-10

Ledley King, English footballer

1980-12-10

Ledley King, The Y Word

1980-12-16

Boris Cabrera, East L.A. King

1980-12-19

Spencer King, Passage to Zarahemla

1980-9-10

Nathan Brunskill, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1980-9-19

Vanessa King, Liar, Liar: Between Father and Daughter

1981-01-02

John Last, King John Act IV Scene I

1981-01-11

Jeremy Whitcomb, 4192: The Crowning of the Hit King

1981-01-14

Chiharu Niiyama, Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack

1981-02-12

Aurora Danon, The Elephant King

1981-02-17

Krista Meadows, King Toad

1981-03-31

Lindsay King, The Bachelor

1981-04-23

Chris Sharma, King Lines

1981-04-28

Nick King, Minuet

1981-05-30

Lucie Stepánková, I Served the King of England

1981-07-09

Jamie Thomas King, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

1981-07-10

Robert Allen Peeler, Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King

1981-07-27

Susan King Borchardt, American basketball player

1981-08-10

Yaani King, The Prince and Me

1981-10-01

Stephen Driggs, King and Prince

1981-10-08

Rebecca Davis, The King's Speech

1981-10-19

Chantel Nel, The Scorpion King: Rise of a Warrior

1981-11-02

Evan Lee, Blue King

1981-11-03

Deborah Lynn King, New and Used Books

1981-12-11

John Seagle, In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale

1981-9-08

Jonathan Taylor Thomas, The Lion King

1982-03-03

Scott King,

1982-04-16

Damian Seagar, King Kong

1982-04-17

Joon-Gi Lee, The King and the Clown

1982-05-04

Hector King, Mexican singer-songwriter

1982-06-03

Bryan King, Legend Quest

1982-06-11

Willa King, Sickness & Disability

1982-06-23

Aaron King, Redemption Maddie

1982-07-29

Kyle King, Loading Zone

1982-10-02

Evan King, DJ Freakjuice: Cooking with Love

1982-10-30

Jeff M. Giordano, King David: Part One

1982-11-13

Michael Copon, The Scorpion King: Rise of a Warrior

1982-9-03

Dani Lachuk, In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale

1983-01-04

Lexi Shoemaker, King of the Nerds

1983-01-19

Matthew King, Potential Inertia

1983-02-06

John Anthony, The Scorpion King

1983-02-10

Vic Fuentes, King for a Day

1983-02-19

Jeff King, Carolina Panthers at Dallas Cowboys

1983-03-25

Joel Ross, In the Name of the King 3: The Last Job

1983-04-17

Martin Gjaurov, Basilisk: The Serpent King

1983-04-20

Joanne King, A World Elsewhere

1983-04-25

Ian C. King, Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead

1983-05-03

Joshua Charles Parker, King County

1983-05-11

Hee-von Park, The King of Pigs

1983-06-15

Kôhei Takeda, Kamen Rider Kiva the Movie: King of the Castle in the Demon World

1983-07-10

Branden King, Celebrity Edition

1983-07-28

Matt King, The Amazing Gayl Pile

1983-08-13

Stephen James King, The Great Gatsby

1983-10-26

Kelly L. King, The Real Son

1983-11-06

Kyla King, What an Ass!

1983-11-15

Thurston Hill, Life of a King

1983-11-23

Lilian Tang, King's Quest III: To Heir Is Human

1983-12-04

Chris Mahar, King's Quest III: To Heir Is Human

1983-12-07

Drew Champion, Paul Scheer & King Bach

1984-02-02

Joel Paul Reisig, American Scream King

1984-02-23

Cris Skelton, King's Quest III: To Heir Is Human

1984-04-17

Zahir Gilani, All the King's Horses

1984-05-10

Giancarlo A. Damiani, The Karaoke King

1984-05-14

Martyn Culpan, The King's Speech

1984-05-20

Alexander Shlemenko, Bellator MMA 120: Rampage vs. King Mo

1984-06-24

Larrie King, The American Standards

1984-07-23

Mallory Reeves, King of Clubs

1984-07-26

Ty Curtis King, Soldiers of Fire

1984-08-20

Scott M. King, The Expendables

1984-08-22

Chris Cornwell, King's Quest III: To Heir Is Human

1984-10-01

Greg Davis Jr., King of California

1984-10-07

Lorenzo De Angelis, King Arthur

1984-10-13

Peter King, Above and Beyond: The Craftsman

1984-10-16

Jaki King, Every Hidden Thing

1984-10-24

Nicole C. Brown, A King in Milwaukee

1984-11-09

Arthur Santiago, King of California

1984-12-28

Ryan Kenneth King, Blank

1984-9-06

Cameron Boyd, King of the Hill

1985-01-03

Rachael King, 1 Little, 2 Little, 5 Little Indians

1985-01-25

Brian Cook, Mop King

1985-03-05

Blake King, Frailty

1985-03-21

Emily K. King, Pilot

1985-03-30

Russell King, Kentucky Straight Bourbon

1985-04-15

Megan Marie Wilson, American Scream King

1985-05-02

Israel Moskovits, The King's Daughter

1985-05-14

Kris King, Screen Shot

1985-07-10

Benjamin Petuchowski, The King of the Tango

1985-08-14

Brano Holícek, Thomas and the Falcon King

1985-08-19

Matthew King, Do Elephants Pray?

1985-10-17

Susanna King, The Way Back Home

1985-10-18

Carleigh King, Ice Spiders

1985-12-28

Brian King, Sisters Take Charge

1985-9-03

Yuki Kaji, Berserk: The Golden Age Arc I - The Egg of the King

1986-01-17

Christina Elizabeth Hall, All the King's Horses

1986-03-02

Jenny Holt, The King's Speech

1986-03-18

Bianca King, Mulawin: The Movie

1986-04-19

Dan Garofalo, The King of Arcades

1986-04-30

Kharmel Cochrane, The King's Speech

1986-05-06

Brett Hodgkinson, The Scorpion King: Rise of a Warrior

1986-05-24

Evan C. King, Altarcations

1986-05-26

Jack King, Intensity: Part One

1986-05-27

Alisha King, Spring Break 05: The Power of Suggestion

1986-05-28

Ava Bellamy, King of the Lost World

1986-05-28

Alisha Zalkin, Lion King

1986-06-03

Matt Ward, King Kong

1986-07-18

Barbora Mottlová, I Served the King of England

1986-08-18

Kiera King, Grease XXX: A Parody

1986-08-23

Mary Elizabeth King, Going Under

1986-10-14

Alan Magor, The Penalty King

1986-11-02

Freddie T. Mitchell, Gutter King

1986-11-10

Petri Aulin, The Girl King

1986-11-12

Michael Tingley, Life of a King

1986-11-18

Georgia King, One Day

1986-12-17

Alexander E. Navitsky, The Karaoke King

1986-12-18

Crysta Macalush, The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride

1986-9-09

Jamie Lee McPherson, No Mean City: The Sherricking of the King

1986-9-19

Doughty, Sofa King

1987-02-09

Melissa King, The Santa Clause

1987-04-29

Geoff King, The Illusionist

1987-04-30

Gary Fine, One Eyed King

1987-05-11

Justin King, American football player

1987-06-04

Mollie King, The Saturdays: Headlines Live!

1987-06-15

Katy Cross, To Kill a King

1987-08-21

Charity Sanoy, The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride

1987-11-21

Rob K. King, The Lost King

1987-9-16

Anthony Padilla, King of New York

1988-01-12

Page Morgan, King Cobra

1988-03-16

Jhene Aiko, Larry King/Cristin Milioti/Jhené Aiko

1988-04-06

Coryn Cope, Alma and King Noah's Court

1988-04-19

Rob Buitink, To Be King

1988-04-24

Cornelius Murphy, Wrigley and King

1988-04-26

Benjamin Parslow, The Rat King

1988-05-18

Raleigh Latham, King of England

1988-08-11

Rio Hamasaki, Super High Class King Game

1988-10-20

Jamie Broom, King's Quest III: To Heir Is Human

1988-10-24

Alexander Volkov, Bellator MMA 120: Rampage vs. King Mo

1988-11-25

Neil King, A Shadow Fell

1988-9-08

Evan Saucedo, The Lion King

1989-01-16

Nicholas King, Paranormal Activity 3

1989-05-14

Isaac Gray, The Evil King Part 2

1989-07-05

Joseph King, American musician (Canvas)

1989-08-16

Erin Blase, Killing of the Alaskan King Crab

1989-10-26

Ray Strasser King, Kicking Off

1989-11-21

Misha Arobelidze, The Forgotten King

1989-9-11

Laura King,

1989-9-14

George Gearhart King III, Two Weeks Notice

1990-01-26

Stephanie E. King, Last Call of Duty

1990-02-14

Alexandra Monroe King, The Little Rascals

1990-03-10

Katharyn R. King, Apart

1990-03-19

Francisco Larrañaga, King of the Farm

1990-07-02

Jason Clee, We Could Be King

1990-08-22

Trond Nilssen, King of Devil's Island

1990-11-21

Dani King, First: The Official Film of the London 2012 Olympic Games

1990-12-28

King Russell, Episode #1.1006

1991-01-11

Christopher Hischke, King Ripple

1991-01-15

Kaitlyn King, Code 207

1991-02-04

Zach King, Indiana Bones and the Raiders of the Lost Bark

1991-02-25

Melissa Campbell, Anna and the King

1991-03-15

Jason Dworak, King's Heart

1991-03-25

Casey King, Stand by Me

1991-04-16

Richard Anthony Lewin, Knights of the Roundtable: King Arthur

1991-04-20

Marissa King, Gymnast

1991-10-17

Jabari King, Broken

1991-10-27

Ben Kinsella, The Sewer King

1991-10-30

Luke King, Face Up

1991-9-23

Asa Perlman, Happy Christmas, Miss King

1991-9-29

Spencer Scott, King Tiger

1992-01-31

Cameron Jesse King, First Strike

1992-02-18

Ben King, Red vs. Blue: Reconstruction

1992-03-12

Alexandra Lai, The King and I

1992-04-03

Julia Bridgeman, To Kill a King

1992-08-12

Jacinta Wawatai, King Kong

1993-03-25

Patricia Noel, The Cranky King

1993-04-12

Daniel Berg, King of Devil's Island

1993-05-28

Kaleb King, Men, Women & Children

1993-06-05

Sophie King, Swoon

1993-08-03

Yurina Kumai, King's Game

1993-9-08

Pepi Sonuga, Life of a King

1994-04-08

Yûki Ogoe, Kamen Rider Kiva the Movie: King of the Castle in the Demon World

1994-12-30

Jaida-Iman Benjamin, Life of a King

1995-02-16

Mackenzie King, Waitress

1995-04-26

Luke Morris, All the King's Men

1995-12-30

Roxy King, Serotonin Rising

1996-07-05

Clara Maria Bahamondes, King's Game

1996-11-27

Ali Astin, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1997-04-09

King-to Ng, After This Our Exile

1998-04-15

Nicholas Roget-King, Yours, Mine & Ours

1998-12-11

Brianna Rain King, Get Smart's Bruce and Lloyd Out of Control

1999-05-25

Maisy McLeod-Riera, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

1999-07-30

Joey King, Crazy, Stupid, Love.

1999-11-19

Julia E King, Sex Ed

2000-09-09

Victoria Federica de Marichalar y de Borbón, granddaughter of king Juan Carlos I of Spain

2001-02-24

Ramona Marquez, The King's Speech

2001-08-11

Joshua Jeremiah King,

2001-10-07

Princess Senate Seeiso, daughter of King Letsie III of Lesotho

2005-03-26

Ella Anderson, The Possession of Michael King

2005-06-05

Irene Urdangarin, granddaughter of King Juan Carlos I of Spain

2006-07-25

Laura Person, My Dear King

2010-02-10

Mia Feltz, My Dear King

King - Notable Weddings

Edward IIIJan 24, 1328

Henry VIIIJun 11, 1509

Anne BoleynJan 25, 1533

Charles IJun 13, 1625

Louis XIVJun 9, 1660

Charles IIMay 25, 1661

Frederick the GreatJun 12, 1733

Marie AntoinetteMay 16, 1770

Louis XVIIIMay 14, 1771

Ada LovelaceJul 8, 1835

Victor Emmanuel IIApr 12, 1842

Nat King ColeJan 27, 1937

B.B. KingNov 11, 1944

Norodom SihanoukApr 12, 1952

Martin Luther KingJun 18, 1953

Billie Jean KingSep 17, 1965

CharoAug 7, 1966

Elvis PresleyMay 1, 1967

Stephen KingJan 7, 1971

George GervinJul 7, 1976

Rodney KingApr 27, 1985

John CarpenterDec 1, 1990

Michael JacksonNov 14, 1996

King - Weddings
Date Event
414-01-01

King Ataulf of Narbonne marries emperor Honorius sister Galle Placidia

862-12-13

Boudouin Iron Arm & Count of Flanders, elopes with Princess Judith, daughter King Charles of West Francia

1100-11-11

Anglo Norman King Henry I marries Princess Matilda of Scotland at Westminster Abbey

1129-06-02

Fulco V's son Godfried marries King Henry I's daughter Mathildis

1152-05-16

Eleanor of Aquitaine marries Henri of Anjou, handing the future King Henry II of England most of France, which is why kings of England claimed France for centuries thereafter.

1190-11-24

Isabella of Jerusalem marries Conrad of Montferrat at Acre, making him de jure King.

1236-01-14

English King Henry III marries Eleonora of Provence

1328-01-24

King Edward III of England marries Philippa of Henegouwen (Hainault)

1382-01-20

King Richard II of England marries Anne of Bohemia and daughter of the Holy Roman Emperor at Westminster Abbey. Anne died of plague in 1394.

1472-07-12

Richard Plantagenet, Duke of Gloucester and later King of England, marries Anne Neville, daughter of the Earl of Warwick, in Westminster Abbey.

1486-01-18

King Henry VII of England marries Elizabeth, daughter of Edward IV

1491-12-06

King Charles VIII of France marries Anna of Bretagne

1496-02-28

Joanna of Aragon marries King Ferdinand II

1509-06-11

King Henry VIII marries wife #1 Catherine of Aragon

1514-10-09

King Louis XII of France marries Mary Tudor, daughter of Henry VII (sister of Henry VIII)

1531-01-05

Pope Clemens VII forbids English King Henry VIII to re-marry

1533-01-25

England's King Henry VIII marries Anne Boleyn (approximate date), his 2nd wife

1536-05-30

English King Henry VIII marries Jane Seymour, his 3rd wife

1539-10-04

King Henry VIII marries Anne of Cleves, his 4th wife

1540-07-28

English King Henry VIII marries Catharine Howard, his 5th wife

1543-07-12

England's King Henry VIII weds Catherine Parr (6th & last wife)

1554-07-24

Queen Maria of England marries Philip, king of Naples/Jerusalem

1560-01-31

Spanish king Philip II marries Elisabeth van Valois

1572-08-18

King Navarra Henri de Bourbon marries Margaretha van Valois

1613-02-14

King James I's daughter Elizabeth marries Frederik

1625-06-13

English king Charles I marries French princess Henriette

1660-06-09

French King Louis XIV (21) marries Maria Theresa of Spain (21) at Saint-Jean-de-Luz

1661-05-25

King Charles II marries Portuguese princess Catherina the Braganca

1684-01-12

French King Louis XIV marries Madame Maintenon

1725-09-05

French King Louis XV marries Polish princess Mary Lesczynski

1733-06-12

King of Prussia Frederick the Great (21) weds duchess Elisabeth Christine of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel-Bevern (18) at Schloss Salzdahlum in Wolfenbüttel, Germany

1734-03-25

William IV, Prince of Orange-Nassau marries princess Anne of Great Britain, eldest daughter of King George II at St. James' Palace

1770-05-16

Marie Antoinette (14) marries future King Louis XVI (15) of France

1771-05-14

King of France Louis XVIII weds princess Maria Giuseppina of Savoy at the Palace of Versailles

1791-10-01

Prince Willem Frederick (later King of Netherlands) marries his cousin princess Frederica Louise Wilhelmine of Prussia

1800-01-20

Napoleon I's sister Carolina marries King Joachim Murat of Naples

1816-02-29

Dutch (King) Willem II marries Russian grand-duchess Anna Paulowna

1816-05-02

Léopold (Léopold I)of Saxe-Coburg, 1st King of Belgium following independence from the Netherlands marries British Princess Charlotte Augusta

1832-08-09

King Leopold I of Belgium marries Louisa Maria

1835-07-08

Mathematician Ada Lovelace [Ada Byron] (19) weds Earl of Lovelace, William King (30)

1841-02-17

Dutch ex-king Willem I marries Henriette d'Oultremont de Wégimont

1842-04-12

Sardinia king Victor Emmanuel II (22) weds queen Adelaide of Austria (20) at Palazzina di caccia of Stupinigi

1848-03-20

King Louis I of Bayern abdicates to marry dancer Lola Montez

1857-06-06

Sophia of Nassau marries the future King Oscar II of Sweden-Norway.

1869-10-18

Sardinia king Victor Emmanuel II (49) weds his mistress Rosa Vercellana (36) in Italy

1879-01-07

Dutch King Willem II marries Emma von Waldeck-Pyrmont

1928-06-15

"King Kong" actress Fay Wray (20) weds playwright-screenwriter John Monk Saunders (30)

1937-01-27

Musician Nat King Cole (17) weds dancer Nadine Robinson in Ypsilanti, Michigan

1938-04-28

King Zog of Albania marries Countess Geraldine of Hungary

1941-09-11

Belgium King Leopold secretly marries Lilian Baels

1941-12-06

King Leopold of Belgium marries Lilian Baels

1942-08-23

"King Kong" actress Fay Wray (34) weds screenwriter and playwright Robert Riskin (45)

1944-11-11

Blues musician B.B. King (19) marries his first wife Martha Denton

1948-03-28

Musician Nat King Cole (29) weds jazz singer Maria Hawkins (25) at Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem, New York

1950-04-28

King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand marries Mon Rajawongse Sirikit at Sra Pathum Palace after a quiet engagement in Lausanne, Switzerland July 19, 1949.

1952-04-12

Cambodia king Norodom Sihanouk (29) weds Paule Monique Izzi

1953-06-18

Civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. (24) marries fellow activist and singer Coretta Scott (26)

1958-06-04

Blues musician B.B. King (32) weds his second wife Sue Hall

1960-12-15

King Boudouin of Belgium marries dona Fabiola de Mora y Aragon

1961-05-25

King Hussein of Jordan marries Princess Muna al-Hussein (Antoinette Gardiner).

1964-09-18

Greek king Constantine II marries Danish princess Anne-Marie

1965-09-17

Tennis star Billie Jean King (21) weds attorney Larry King (20) in Long Beach, California

1966-08-07

Latin music king Xavier Cugat (60) weds singer Charo (20) at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas

1967-05-01

King of Rock and Roll Elvis Presley (32) weds actress Priscilla Beaulieu (21) at Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada

1971-01-07

American horror, sci-fi and fantasy author Stephen King marries Tabitha Spruce, author and activist

1976-06-19

King Charles XVI Gustaf of Sweden marries Silvia Renate Sommerlath in Stockholm Cathedral, Ist Swedish reigning monarch to marry since 1797

1976-07-07

NBA guard George Gervin (24) weds Joyce King

1978-06-15

Jordan's King Hussein marries Elizabeth Halaby, 26-yr-old American

1978-10-13

James Earl Ray, assassin of Martin Luther King weds Anna Sandhu

1985-04-27

Police violence victim Rodney King (20) weds Dennetta Lyles

1985-10-09

NBA guard George Gervin (33) weds Joyce King in Bexar County, Texas

1989-02-20

Police violence victim Rodney King (23) weds Crystal Lynnette Waters

1989-10-07

Radio talk show host Larry King weds Julie Alexander

1990-12-01

Film director John Carpenter (36) weds producer Sandy King

1994-05-21

Burger King spokesman Dan Cortese (26) weds Dee Dee Hemby (26)

1995-07-01

Crown Prince of Greece and the oldest son of the deposed King Constantine of Greece, Pavlos (28) weds Robert W. Miller's daughter Marie-Chantal Miller (26) at London's Cathedral of Saint Sophia

1996-11-14

King of Pop Michael Jackson (38) weds Debbie Rowe (38) in Sydney, Australia

1997-09-05

TV and radio host Larry King (64) weds singer Shawn Southwick (38) at the hospital room in Los Angeles, California

1999-01-23

Princess of Monaco Caroline (42) weds dynastic head of the House of Hanover and Britain's King George I descendant Prince Ernst August (45) in Monaco

2001-08-25

Crown Prince Haakon of Norway, eldest son of King Harald V & heir married commoner Mette-Marit Tjessem H

2003-07-19

"King of Queens" actress Leah Remini (33) weds actor/salsa musician Angelo Pagan (45) at the Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas

2005-09-24

"King of Queens" actor-comedian Patton Oswalt (36) weds writer Michelle McNamara in Los Angeles

2006-08-26

2004 X-Factor winner Steve Brookstein (37) weds jazz musician Eileen Hunter at King's College Chapel in Aberdeen, Scotland

2007-11-23

Actress and model Jaime King (28) weds director Kyle Newman (31) at Greystone Park and Manor in Los Angeles

2010-06-19

Crown Princess Victoria heir apparent of HM Carl XVI Gustaf, King of Sweden, weds Daniel Westling at Stockholm Cathedral

2011-10-13

Queen consort of Bhutan Jetsun Pema (21) weds Dragon King of Bhutan Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuck (31) at Punakha Dzong in Punakha, Bhutan

King - Notable Divorces

Henry VIIIMay 23, 1533

Anne of ClevesJul 9, 1540

Nat King ColeMar 22, 1948

George GervinOct 16, 1984

King - Divorces
Date Event
1533-05-23

King Henry VIII & Catherine of Aragon's marriage declared null & void by authority English clergy not the Pope

1533-05-28

The Archbishop of Canterbury voids the marriage of King Henry VIII & Anne Boleyn

1540-07-09

English King Henry VIII annuls his 6 month marriage to his 4th wife Anne of Cleves, on the grounds of non-consummation and her pre-contract to Francis of Lorraine

1948-03-22

Musician Nat King Cole (29) divorces dancer Nadine Robinson after 11 years of marriage

1984-10-16

Joyce King divorces NBA guard George Gervin (32) after nearly 8 years of marriage

King - Notable Deaths

Alexander the GreatJun 10, -323

MacbethAug 15, 1057

Henry IVAug 7, 1106

King Philip IJul 29, 1108

Thomas BecketDec 29, 1170

Richard IApr 6, 1199

Pedro, the CruelMar 23, 1369

Edward IIIJun 21, 1377

James IFeb 21, 1437

AlfonsoJun 27, 1458

Catherine of AragonJan 7, 1536

Thomas CromwellJul 28, 1540

Henry VIIIJan 28, 1547

Henry IIJul 10, 1559

James VIMar 27, 1625

Charles IJan 30, 1649

Charles IIFeb 6, 1685

Louis XIVSep 1, 1715

George IJun 11, 1727

Kamehameha IMay 8, 1819

Louis XVIIISep 16, 1824

Victor Emmanuel IIJan 9, 1878

George VJan 20, 1936

Howard CarterMar 2, 1939

Mackenzie KingJul 22, 1950

T.H. WhiteJan 17, 1964

Nat King ColeFeb 15, 1965

Martin Luther KingApr 4, 1968

Edward VIIIMay 28, 1972

Wallis SimpsonApr 24, 1986

Roger MillerOct 25, 1992

Michael KingMar 30, 2004

Michael JacksonJun 25, 2009

Rodney KingJun 17, 2012

Norodom SihanoukOct 15, 2012

King - Deaths
Date Event
612

Sinsharishkun, Assyrian king

480

Leonidas, King of Sparta (b. circa 540 BC)

323

Alexander the Great, Macedonian king, dies from either fever or excessive wine at 32, (or the 11th June)

BC
AD
220-03-15

Cao Cao, King of Wei (b. 155)

406-12-31

Godagisel, King of the Vandals, dies in battle

451-06-20

Theodorid, King of the Visigoths

477-01-25

Geiseric, King of the Vandals and Alans

493-03-15

Odiaker (Odoacer), German army leader/King of Italy (476-93), murdered

511-11-11

Clovis, king of Salische France/founder of Merovingische, dies at 45

511-11-27

Clovis, 1st King of France, dies at about 45

523-05-06

Thrasamunde, king of Vandalen

524-06-21

Chlodomir, king of the France to Orleans (511-24), dies at about 28

524-08-30

Chlodomer, Frankish King of Orléans dies at about 29

526-08-30

Theodorik the Great, King of Ostrogoten (b. 454)

545-06-03

Chlotilde, wife of French King Clovis/saint, dies at about 70

552-10-01

Teja, king of Ostrogoten, dies in battle

558-12-23

Childebert, king of France (511-58), dies at about 62

561-11-29

Chlotarius I, king of the France (558-61), dies at about 61

573-06-28

Alboin, king of Longobarden, probably poisoned by his wife

593-03-28

Guntram, French King in Burgundy, dies at about 67

616-02-24

King Ethelbert of Kent

630-04-27

King Ardashir III of Persia

630-06-09

King Shahrbaraz of Persia

632-10-12

Edwin of Deira, King of Northumbria and Bretwalda

639-01-19

Dagobert I, king of Austrasia/Soissons/Burgundy/Neustrië, dies

655-11-15

Penda, King of Mercia

656-02-01

Sigebert III, king of Austrasia, dies at about 25

679-12-23

Dagobert II, king of Austrasia (676-679), murdered

685-05-20

King Ecgfrith of Northumbria (b. 645)

702-02-20

K'inich Kan B'alam II, king of the Maya state of Palenque (b. 635)

711-04-14

Childebert III, king of French, dies at about 27

725-04-23

Wihtred, King of Kent

768-09-24

Pippin III, the short, King of France, dies at 53

783-07-12

Bertha "with the great feet", wife of French King Pippin III, dies

794-08-10

Fastrada, 3rd wife of French King Charles the Great, dies at 30

796-07-26

Offa, king of Mercia (75.-796)

810-07-08

Pepin, son of Charlemagne, King of Italy, dies (birth date unknown)

811-12-04

Charles The Younger, King the of Franks, son of the Emperor Charlemagne, dies at about 39

818-04-17

Bernhard I, King of Italy, dies

838-12-13

Pippijn I, King of Aquitania, dies

842-03-20

Alfonso II the Chaste, king of Asturia (791-842), dies

855-03-02

Lothair, King of the Franks and Holy Roman Emperor (b. 795)

858-01-13

Aethelwolf, king of Wessex (Battle at Aclea), dies

860-12-20

King Ethelbald of Wessex

866-05-27

Ordono I, King of Asturia (850-66), dies

869-11-20

King Edmund of East Anglia

871-04-23

Ethelred I, king of Wessex/brother of Alfred the Great, dies

875-08-12

Louis II, king of Italy/emperor of France, dies at about 50

876-08-28

Louis the German, King of East France Empire (833-76), dies

876-09-08

Lodewijk de Duitser, king of East French Republic (833-76), dies at 72

876-09-28

Louis the German, King of Eastern Francia (b. 804)

877-10-06

Charles II the Bald, King of France/ Holy Roman emperor (875-77), dies at 54

879-04-10

Louis II the Stammerer, King of the West Franks (877-79)

882-01-20

Louis II/III the Younger, German king (876-82), dies

882-08-05

King Louis III of France (b. 863)

882-08-25

Louis III, King of France (879-82), dies at 19

884-12-12

Carloman, co-king of France (879, 882-884), dies

888-01-13

Charles III, the Fat One, King of Franconia/Roman emperor, dies

898-01-01

Odo, earl of Paris/king of France (888-98), dies at about 39

899-10-26

Alfred the Great, writer/king of Wessex (871-99), dies

900-08-13

Zwentibold, king of Lutherans (895-900), dies in battle at 29

910-12-20

Alfonso III the Great, King of Leon, Galicia and Asturias, dies

911-09-24

Ludwig III, the child, last Carolingian German King (899-911), dies

918-09-23

Koenraad I, German duke/king (911-18), dies at 42

918-12-21

Conrad I, Duke of Franconia/German King (911-918), dies

918-12-23

Conrad I, East Frankish/German king (911-18), dies. Born 890

921-09-15

Ludmilla, wife of 1st christian Bohemian king Borijov I/saint, dies

923-06-15

Robert I, King of France (922-23), dies in battle

924-04-16

Berengar of Friuli, King of Italy

924-07-17

King Edward the Elder of England (899-924)

928-09-15

Louis III, the Blind Proveneaals king of Lombardije/Germany, dies at 48

929-10-07

Charles III, the Plain, King of France (893-929), dies

936-01-15

King Rudolph of France

936-07-02

Henry I the Vogelaar, German king (919-36)/duke of Saxon 912-36, dies

937-07-11

King Rudolph II of Burgundy

939-10-27

King Athelstan I of England (b. 895)

946-05-25

Edmund the Older, king of Wessex/England (939-46), dies

947-04-10

Hugo van Arles, count of Arles/king of Italy, dies

950-11-22

Lotharius, King of Italy (947-50), dies

954-09-10

Louis IV, of overseas, King of France, dies

955-11-23

Edred, King of England (b. c. 923)

959-10-01

King Edwy of England

966-08-06

Berengarius II, markgraaf of Ivrea/king of Italy (950-963)

975-07-08

Edgar, King of England (959-75), dies

978-03-18

Edward, the Martyr, King of Anglo-Saxons (975-78)/st, murdered at 15

983-12-07

Otto II the Red, German king/emperor (973-83), dies at about 28

986-03-01

King Lothair of France (b. 941)

986-03-02

Lotharius, King of France (954-86), dies at 44

987-05-21

Louis V, last Carlovingians King of France (966-987), dies

987-05-22

Louis V le Faineant, the Lazy, king of France (986-87), poisoned at 20

996-10-24

Hugo Capet, king of France (987-96), dies at 58

1002-01-23

Otto III, German king/emperor 983/996-1002, dies at 21

1014-02-03

Sweyn Forkbeard, Viking king of Denmark, Norway and England (1013-14), dies

1014-02-03

King Sweyn I of Denmark

1014-04-23

Brian Boru, High King of Ireland, dies in battle at Clontarf

1016-04-23

Æthelred II "the Unready", king of England (979-1016), dies

1016-11-30

Edmund II, Ironsides, King of the Saxons (1016), dies at 27

1024-07-13

Henry II, the Monk, German King (1002-24), dies

1025-07-17

Boleslaw I Chobry, [the brave], duke/king of Poland, dies

1027-08-16

Giorgi I, King of Georgia (b. 998)

1028-05-05

Alfonso V, King of Leon/Galicia (999-1028), dies in battle

1030-07-29

Olaf Haraldsson, King of Norway, dies in battle of Stiklestad

1031-07-20

Robert II de Vrome, King of France (996-1031), dies

1032-02-02

Rudolf III, last independent king of Bourgundy, dies

1034-03-15

Mieszko II, King of Poland (1025-34), dies

1035-11-12

Cnut (Canute) "The Great", King of Denmark. England, Norway and parts of Sweden. Reigned 1016-1035.

1037-09-04

King Bermudo III of Leon (b. 1010)

1038-08-15

Stefanus I, [Arpad], 1st king of Hungary, dies

1039-06-04

Conrad II the Salian, King/Emperor of Germany (1024/27-39), dies at 49

1040-03-17

Harold Harefoot (Harold I), King of England (1035-40), dies

1040-08-15

King Duncan I of Scotland killed in battle at ca. 39 years

1042-06-08

Harthacnut/Harthacanute, King of Denmark and England (b. 1018) Lambeth

1047-10-25

Magnus I Godhi, king of Norway/Denmark (1035-47), dies

1057-08-15

Macbeth, King of Scots, slain by son of King Duncan

1058-03-17

King Lulach I of Scotland

1060-08-04

Henry I, King of France (1027-60), dies at 52

1063-03-21

Blessed Richeza of Lotharingia, venerated in Roman Catholicism, wife of King Mieszko II of Poland

1063-08-05

Gruffydd ap Llywelyn, King of Gwynedd

1065-12-27

Ferdinand I, the Great, king of Castile, dies

1066-01-05

Edward de Belijder, the Confessor, king of England (1043-66), dies

1066-09-25

Harald III Hardrada, King of Norway (1047-66), dies in battle at 51

1066-10-14

Harold II, King of England (1066), dies at the Battle of Hastings

1067-09-01

Baldwin V, Count of Flanders/guardian of King of France, dies

1072-10-04

Sancho II, king of Castile/bro of Alfonso VI, murdered at about 35

1072-10-06

Sancho II, king of Castile (1065-72), murdered

1077-04-24

Geza I, King of Hungary (1074-7), dies

1080-04-17

King Harald III of Denmark (b. 1041)

1080-10-15

Rudolf of Rheinfeld, Duke of Swabia and German anti-King

1085-05-06

King Alfonso VI, of Leon conquered Toledo, dies

1086-07-10

Knut IV, the Saint, king of Denmark (1080-86), murdered

1087-09-09

William I, The Conqueror, King of England/Duke of Normandy, dies

1093-11-13

Malcolm III (Canmore, "Big Head") King of Scots, dies in battle at Alnwick, Northumberland. Historical figure Shakespeare's character based on.

1093-11-17

Margaret, widow of Scottish king Malcolm III, dies

1094-11-12

King Duncan II of Scotland (b. 1060)

1095-07-29

Ladislaus I Arpad de Heilige, King of Hungary, dies

1100-08-02

William II, [Rufus], king of England, shot in New Forest at 44

1101-07-27

Conrad II, King of Germany and Italy (b. 1074)

1103-07-10

Erik I Ejegod, the good hearted, King of Denmark (1095-1103), dies

1103-08-24

Magnus III Berbein, [Blootbeen], King of Norway (1093-1103), dies

1104-09-28

Pedro I, king of Navarra & Aragon, dies

1106-08-07

Henry IV, Roman German king/emperor (1056/84-1105), dies at 54

1108-07-29

King Philip I, King of the Franks 1059, 1060-1108), dies at 56

1109-06-30

Alfonso VI, (imperator totius Hispaniae), king of Leon, dies

1109-07-01

King Alfonso VI of Castile (b. 1040)

1111-02-22

Roger Borsa, King of Sicily

1116-02-03

King Coloman of Hungary (b. 1070)

1118-04-02

Boudouin I, of Bologne/Edessa, 1st crusader/king of Jerusalem, dies

1123-08-29

King Eystein I of Norway (b. ca. 1088)

1124-04-27

Alexander I, King of Scots (1107-24), dies

1125-05-23

Hendrik V, Roman catholics German king/emperor (1098/1111-25), dies

1125-05-25

Hendrik V, last Salische German king, dies

1130-03-26

King Sigurd I of Norway (b. ca. 1090)

1131-03-01

Stephen II, King of Hungary (1116-31), dies

1131-08-21

Boudouin II van Bourg, king of Jerusalem, dies

1134-06-25

King Niels of Denmark

1134-09-07

Alfonso I de Strijdvaardige, king of Aragon (1104-34), dies

1135-12-01

Henry I Beauclerc, King of England (1st English King fluent in the English language), dies

1136-12-14

Harald IV, "Gylle Krist", king of Norway, murdered

1137-08-01

Louis VI, King of France, dies (1108-37)

1137-09-18

Erik II Eimune, [Onvergetelijke], king of Denmark (1134-37), murdered

1143-11-13

King Fulk of Jerusalem

1152-02-15

Konrad III, Roman-German King (1138-1152), dies at about 58

1153-05-24

David I, King of Scots (1124-53), dies at about 68

1154-02-26

Rogier II Guiscard, King of Sicily (1101-54), dies at 60

1154-10-25

Stefanus van Blois, king of England (1135-54), dies

1157-08-21

King Alfonso VII of Castile (b. 1104/1105)

1158-08-31

Sancho III, King of Castile, dies

1160-05-18

Erik IX Helgi, [The Saint], King of Sweden, dies

1162-02-10

King Baldwin III of Jerusalem, son of King Fulco of Anjou/husband of Theodora, dies. (b. 1130)

1163-01-14

Ladislaus I Arpad, king of Hungary (1162-63), dies

1164-07-29

Olaf, King of Norway, dies

1165-12-09

Malcom IV, King of Scots (1153-65), dies at 24

1166-05-07

Willem I, the Bad, king of Sicily (1154-66)

1170-11-28

Owain Gwynedd, King of Gwynedd (c. 1100)

1170-12-29

Thomas Becket, English Archbishop of Canterbury, assassinated by 4 knights of King Henry II at 52

1171-05-01

Dermot MacMurrough, last Irish King of Leinster, dies

1172-03-04

Stephan III, King of Hungary (1162-72), dies; (b. 1147)

1174-05-15

Nur ad-Din, King of Syria (1146-1174), dies at 56

1174-07-11

Amalrik I, [Morri], French King of Jerusalem, dies

1180-09-18

Louis VII, King of France, dies

1180-09-19

Louis VII, the Younger, King of France (1137-80), dies at 59

1183-06-11

Henry the Young King, son of Henry II of England (b. 1155)

1185-12-06

Afonso I, the Conqueror, king of Portugal (1143-85), dies at 76

1188-08-22

Ferdinand II, King of Leon (b. 1137)

1189-07-06

Henry II, King of England (1154-89), dies at 56

1192-04-28

Conrad of Montferrat (Conrad I), King of Jerusalem (b. mid 1140s)

1194-02-20

Tancredo of Lecce, King of Sicily, dies

1196-04-26

Alfonso II, King of Aragon (1162-96), dies

1197-09-28

Henry VI von Hohenstaufen, Roman Catholic German King (1169-97), dies

1199-04-06

Richard I, the Lion-hearted, King of England (1189-99), dies at 41

1202-03-09

King Sverre of Norway

1202-11-12

Knut VI, king of the Denen/Turn (1182-1202), dies at about 39

1204-01-01

King Haakon III of Norway (c. 1170)

1204-08-11

King Guttorm of Norway (b. 1199)

1205-04-01

Amalrik II, King of Cyprus/Jerusalem, dies

1205-05-07

Ladislaus III Arpad, King of Hungary (1204-05), dies at 5 or 6

1208-06-21

Philip of Swabia, King of Germany and duke of Swabia (b. 1177)

1212-03-26

Sancho I, King of Portugal (1185-1212), dies at 58

1213-09-12

Pedro II, [el Catolico], king of Aragon, dies in battle

1214-10-06

Alfonso VIII de Edele, king of Castile, dies

1216-10-19

King John of England (1199-1216), agreed to the Magna Carta, dies at 49

1217-04-23

King Inge II of Norway (b. 1185)

1219-05-05

King Leo II of Armenia (b. 1150)

1223-03-25

Afonso II, 3rd King of Portugal (1211-23), dies at 36

1223-07-14

King Philip II of France (1180-1223) dies at 57

1226-11-08

Louis VIII, the Lion, King of France (1223-26), dies at 39

1228-09-24

Stefanus I Nemanjic de Eerstgekroonde, king of Serbia (1217-28), dies

1230-09-24

Alfonso IX, king of Leon/Castile, dies

1230-12-15

Ottokar I, king of Bohemia (1197-1230), dies

1235-10-26

Andres II Arpad, King of Hungary (1205-35), dies

1236-01-14

Sava [Rastko], son of Serbia's king/saint, dies at 64

1237-03-23

Jan of Brienne, King of Jerusalem/Emperor of Constantinople, dies

1242-02-12

Hendrik VII, Roman Catholics German king (1220-35), commits suicide

1246-02-25

Dafydd ap Llywelyn, King of Gwynedd

1248-01-04

King Sancho II of Portugal (b. 1207)

1249-07-08

Alexander II, King of Scots (1215-49), dies at 51

1250-08-09

King Eric IV of Denmark (b. 1216)

1250-08-10

Erik IV Plovpenning, king of Denmark, murdered

1252-05-30

Ferdinand III the holy, King of Castile/Leon, dies

1252-06-29

King Abel of Denmark (b. 1218)

1253-07-08

Thibaud IV, poet/count of Champagne/King of Navarra, dies

1259-05-28

Christoffel I, King of Denmark, dies

1259-05-29

King Christopher I of Denmark (b. 1219)

1263-12-12

Hakon IV, Gamli, King of Norway (1217-63), dies

1263-12-15

King Haakon IV of Norway (b. 1204)

1266-02-26

Manfred, bastard son of Emperor Frederik II/king of Sicily, dies at the Battle of Benevento

1270-05-03

King Béla IV of Hungary (b. 1206)

1270-08-25

Louis IX, the Saint, King of France (1226-70), dies from plague at 56

1270-12-04

Theobald V of Champagne, King of Navarre

1271-11-16

Henry III, King of England (1216-71, Provisions of Oxford), dies

1272-08-06

Stefanus V, prince of Transylvania/king of Hungary (1270-72), dies

1276-07-27

King James I of Aragon (b. 1208)

1277-05-01

Stefanus IV Uros I de Great, King of Serbia (1243-76), dies

1278-08-26

Ottokar II, King of Bohemia (1253-78), dies in battle

1279-02-16

Afonso III, King of Portugal (1248-79), dies

1279-12-07

King Boleslaus V of Poland (b. 1226)

1280-05-09

Magnus VI Lagaboeter, King of Norway (1263-80), dies at 42