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date: 25 June 2019

Henry I , king of England, b. 1068, 4th but 3rd surviving s. of William I; acc. England 5 Aug. 1100, Normandy Sept. 1106; m. (1) Edith (known as Matilda), da. of Malcolm III of Scotland, 11 Nov. 1100; issue: Matilda, William; (2) Adela, da. of Godfrey VII, count of Louvain, 29 Jan. 1121; d. 1 Dec. 1135; bur. Reading abbey. 

Source:
The Kings and Queens of Britain
Author(s):

John Cannon,

Anne Hargreaves

Henry's achievement was to begin the task of reconciling English and Normans. He had certain advantages: he had been born ...

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