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William the Conqueror, The Actual Last Viking

Historical homes in the King William District of San Antonio, TX

Historical homes in the King William District of San Antonio, TX

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

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

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

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

Explore King William - King William Cultural Art District

Explore King William - King William Cultural Art District

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

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

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

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

King William II Rufus (1087-1100).  House of Normandy.  24th great granduncle to Queen Elizabeth II. Reign: 12 yrs, 10 mos, 22 days.  Spent most of his reign attempting to capture Normandy from his brother Robert (II) Curthose, Duke of Normandy. His extortion of money led his barons to revolt. Killed in 1100 while hunting in the New Forest, Hampshire, and was succeeded by his brother Henry I.

King William II Rufus (1087-1100). House of Normandy. 24th great granduncle to Queen Elizabeth II. Reign: 12 yrs, 10 mos, 22 days. Spent most of his reign attempting to capture Normandy from his brother Robert (II) Curthose, Duke of Normandy. His extortion of money led his barons to revolt. Killed in 1100 while hunting in the New Forest, Hampshire, and was succeeded by his brother Henry I.

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.

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.

1832 King William IV Gold Full Sovereign Coin GOLD COINS FOR SALE IN LONDON 1STSOVEREIGN.CO.UK

1832 King William IV Gold Full Sovereign Coin GOLD COINS FOR SALE IN LONDON 1STSOVEREIGN.CO.UK

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

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

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

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

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

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

King William III of England, (1650-1702) was sovereign Prince of Orange from birth, Stadtholder of Holland, Zeeland, Utrecht, Gelderland, and Overijssel in the Dutch Republic from 1672, and King of England, Ireland, and Scotland from 1689 until his death. It is a coincidence that his regnal number (III) was the same for both Orange and England. As King of Scotland, he is known as William II. He is informally known by sections of the population in Northern Ireland and Scotland as "King…

King William III of England, (1650-1702) was sovereign Prince of Orange from birth, Stadtholder of Holland, Zeeland, Utrecht, Gelderland, and Overijssel in the Dutch Republic from 1672, and King of England, Ireland, and Scotland from 1689 until his death. It is a coincidence that his regnal number (III) was the same for both Orange and England. As King of Scotland, he is known as William II. He is informally known by sections of the population in Northern Ireland and Scotland as "King…

Explore Pumpkin Hill Studios/King William Miniatures photos on Flickr. Pumpkin Hill Studios/King William Miniatures has uploaded 8127 photos to Flickr.

Explore Pumpkin Hill Studios/King William Miniatures photos on Flickr. Pumpkin Hill Studios/King William Miniatures has uploaded 8127 photos to Flickr.

The King William Room - Courtesy of Althorp

The King William Room - Courtesy of Althorp

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