Kings and Queens of England

Name these Kings or Queens of England.
English History
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Last updated: July 20, 2015
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First submittedMarch 2, 2014
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The first of the Norman Kings
William the Conquerer
Married to Margret of Anjou, defeated by Edward IV
Henry VI
Queen for 9 days
Lady Jane Grey
The second longest reigning monarch of England
Queen Victoria
His marriage to the daughter of York ended the War of the Roses
Henry VII
One of the "Princes of the Tower"
Edward V
Married Elizabeth Woodville
Edward IV
Mother of King John and Richard I
Eleanor of Aquitaine
Married 6 times
Henry VIII
The first ordained female monarch of England
Mary I
Known as the "Virgin Queen" or "Good Queen Bess"
Elizabeth I
The nickname of Richard I
Richard the Lionheart
Accused of killing his 2 nephews in the Tower of London
Richard III
The Mother of Henry VII
Margaret Beaufort
Known as the mad king
George III
Two monarchs that ruled jointly
William III and Mary II
Last Monarch of England
Signed the Magna Carta
Abdicated the throne in order to marry an divorced American woman
Edward VII
Father of Queen Elizabeth II
George VI
Level 35
Mar 3, 2014
A typo in "Eleanor of Aquitaine" - you missed the I, so it doesn't accept the right answer. I'd also suggest allowing just "Lionheart", as the question already said "Richard", so I didn't think to include it in the nickname.
Level 38
May 30, 2015
isn't it, William the ConquerER.
Level 15
Jun 25, 2021
Margaret Beaufort was never a queen. She styled herself My Lady the Kings Mother and signed her name as Margaret R but was not Queen herself.
Level 44
Aug 13, 2021
Fun quiz. I really enjoyed that, thanks.

Btw, Edward viii abdicated, not Edward vii