Henry II, King of England
|born on||5 March 1133 Jul.Cal. (12 Mar 1133 greg.)|
|Place||Le Mans, France, 48n0, 0e12|
|Timezone||LMT m0e12 (is local mean time)|
British noted family, the son of Geoffrey Plantagenet and Maud the Empress, daughter of Henry I of England, born in France.
After coming to the throne of England as Henry II in September 1151, he married Eleanor of Aquitaine and originated a notable dynasty. From 1154, he ruled England and most of France, bringing conflict when he tried to make the Catholic Church of England submit to his authority.
In later years, Henry's sons rebelled against him. Two of his sons, Richard the Lionhearted and John became the two kings of England following him.
Henry died 7/06/1189 OS, Chignon, France.
- spouse relationship with Eleanor of Aquitaine (born 17 September 1122 Jul.Cal. (24 Sep 1122 greg.))
- Death, Cause unspecified 6 July 1189 (greg.) at 12:00 noon in Chignon, France (Age 56)
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Martin Harvey in Nativitas I gives the date from his research, in agreement with Wemyss in Modern Astrology 3/1933; March 5, 1132/33 OS on the annunciation calendar: time unknown.
The Dictionary of National Bibliography, the standard reference work in Britain for biographies, Oxford University Press in 22 volumes, reads, "Born at Le Mans on Mid-Lent, Sunday the 5th of March, 1133, from Acts Pontif, Cennomann, c. 35, in Mabillon, Vet Analecta, p.322."
Biography: W.L. Warren, "Henry II," (p.11 gives March 4.)
(Marc Penfield speculates 2:10 PM LMT in Aspects Summer/1993)
- Family : Relationship : Number of Marriages (One)
- Family : Parenting : Kids - Noted (Richard and John)
- Notable : Famous : Royal family (England)