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Henry V (1386 - 1422). Prince of Wales from 1399 until he became king in 1413. He later married Catherine of Valois and had a son.


King Henry V of England married Catherine of Valois.on this day 2nd June, 1420 Supposedly Henry fell deeply in love with Catherine after his great victory at Agincourt. The marriage however was short lived and the two saw little of each other. Henry returned to France to wage war and died within two years of marrying Catherine, never seeing the child she became pregnant with (Henry VI). Catherine went on to have an affair with her Welsh servant, Owen Tudor with whom she had Edmund Tudor


King Henry V was born on this day 16th September, 1387, at Monmouth Castle. He went on to win the Battle of Agincourt against the French on St Crispin's Day


King Henry V (1413-1422). House of Lancaster. 1st cousin 17 times removed to QE II. Reigned for 9 yrs, 5 mos, 11 days. Henry was knighted aged 12 by Richard II on his Irish expedition 1399 and experienced war early. He was wounded in the face by an arrow fighting against his military tutor Harry 'Hotspur' at Shrewsbury. Campaigns in Wales against Owen Glendywr taught him the realities of siege warfare. He was succeeded by his son Henry VI. A movie about him was released in 1989.


Catherine de Valois. The mother of the Tudor dynasty. Wife of Henry V and Owen Tudor. With her second husband Owen Tudor she bore a son Edmund who married Margaret Beaufort who would then produce a new king for England King Henry VII. The first of the Tudors


King Henry VIII Costume. As Henry grew older his health suffered, contributing to his weight increasing dramatically, no longer the energetic man of his youth.


Henry V. Henry VIII was so enamored of Henry V's military prowess at the infamous Battle of Agincourt that he sought his whole life to be like him in times of war.


King Henry IV (1399-1413). 16th great-granduncle to Queen Elizabeth II. House of Lancaster. Reign: 13 yrs, 5 mos, 18 days. King of England from 1399, the son of John of Gaunt. In 1398 he was banished by Richard II but returned in 1399 to head a revolt and be accepted as king by Parliament. Had difficulty keeping that support so to win support he had to conciliate the Church by a law for burning of heretics and make many concessions to Parliament. His successor was his son Henry V.