King william iv

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

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

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

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

William IV (William Henry; 21 August 1765 – 20 June 1837) was King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of Hanover from 26 June 1830 until his death. William, the third son of George III and younger brother and successor to George IV, was the last king and penultimate monarch of Britain's House of Hanover.

William IV William Henry 26 June 1830 – 20 June 1837 born 21 August 1765 Buckingham Palace son of George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Son of George III - died 20 June 1837 Windsor Castle aged 71

King William IV. England. He succeeded his brother, George IV, whose only child and heir  had died.  William IV did not have an heir, either, so his neice Victoria succeeded him.

Illegitimate get a place in Burke's revolution: Bible of the blue-blooded takes a step into the 21st century

He succeeded his brother, George IV, whose only child and heir had died. The son of King George III. William IV did not have an heir, either, so his niece Victoria succeeded him to the throne.

The Brooch Queen Elizabeth Wore At London Olympics Opening Ceremony  What’s a queen to wear when parachuting out of a helicopter during the opening ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics?    The British Royal Monarchy isn’t talking about jewelry selection but from an eyeball account and growing consensus, Queen Elizabeth II wore the King William IV Brooch during her scripted film entrance with world-famous British detective, James Bond.

Queen Elizabeth Wears Special Diamond Brooch At London Olympics Opening Ceremony

"From Her Majesty's Jewel Vault: Queen Adelaide's Brooch, also referred as King William IV Brooch.

William IV (1765 - 1837). Son of King George III and Queen Charlotte. He married Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen and had two daughters who died young.

William in dress uniform painted by Sir Martin Archer Shee, William IV (William Henry; 21 August 1765 – 20 June King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of Hanover from 26 June 1830 until his death

The Adelaide boot is named for Adelaide, Queen Consort of King William IV and it was introduced in Britain in the 1830s. As one 1850 fashion text put it, “If the wind blows one’s skirts away from the feet, one’s ankles are not so much exposed.”

Footwear--The Adelaide boot is named for Adelaide, Queen Consort of King William IV and it was introduced in Britain in the As one 1850 fashion text put it, “If the wind blows one’s skirts away from the feet, one’s ankles are not so much exposed.

King William IV 1765-1837 By William James Ward 1827. Spouse: Adelaide, daughter of Duke of Saxe-Meinigen 11 Jul 1818. 4 children: All 4 died as infants. Father: George III. Mother: Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. The third son of George III younger brother successor to George IV after his 2nd brother Frederick's death. He became King at age 64. He had 10 illegitimate 0 legitimate children.

King William IV By William James Ward Spouse: Adelaide, daughter of Duke of Saxe-Meinigen 11 Jul 4 children: All 4 died as infants. He became King at age He had 10 illegitimate & 0 legitimate children.

A ROYAL SOUP TUREEN FROM THE SERVICE OF KING WILLIAM IV AND QUEEN ADELAIDE A WILLIAM IV SILVER SOUP-TUREEN, COVER AND LINER, MARK OF WILLIAM BATEMAN, LONDON, 1836, RETAILED BY RUNDELL, BRIDGE AND RUNDELL, FROM THE COLLECTION OF H.R.H. THE PRINCE HENRY, DUKE OF GLOUCESTER KG, KT, KP.

A ROYAL SOUP TUREEN FROM THE SERVICE OF KING WILLIAM IV AND QUEEN ADELAIDE A WILLIAM IV SILVER SOUP-TUREEN, COVER AND LINER, MARK OF WILLIAM BATEMAN, LONDON, 1836, RETAILED BY RUNDELL, BRIDGE AND RUNDELL, FROM THE COLLECTION OF H.R.H. THE PRINCE HENRY, DUKE OF GLOUCESTER KG, KT, KP.

Jewelry boxes made of natural amber from the Baltic Sea.  They were crafted in 1734 to celebrate the marriage of England's King William (of Orange) and Queen Mary.

Beautifully crafted boxes made of amber dredged from the Baltic Sea in 1734 to celebrate the union of Prince William IV of Orange and Anne, Princess Royal, the eldest daughter of King George II of Great Britain.

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