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STUART
00 Pop England c. 3.5m ♦️2,000 (UK Pop 4.1m)
CUnion of England, Scotland & Ireland under one monarch, King James I
The closest relative to the childless Queen Elizabeth I of England,
(world pop 600m)1603 The STUARTS ⭕️ James I ⬇️ Elizabeth ⬇️ Sophia ⬇️ George I
➡️1605 The Gunpowder Plot
1625 ⭕️ Charles I (Beheaded)
1649 THE COMMONWEALTH
1653 🔺Oliver Cromwell (d.1658) /Richard
1658 THE COMMONWEALTH II
THE RESTORATION PERIOD
1660 ⭕️ Charles II (no Issue)
🔹1667 Jonathan Swift
1685 ⭕️ James II (15 children) 1st wife Anne Hyde*b.
1688 THE GLORIOUS REVOLUTION
➡️Dutch Armada x4 greater than the Spanish Armada
1689 ⭕️ William III & ⭕️ Mary (daughter of James II) (d.1694,aged 32) (no Issue)
Jacobean Age
1603 ⭕️ James I ⬇️ Elizabeth ⬇️ Sophia ⬇️ George I
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1603 ⭕️ James I ⬇️ Elizabeth ⬇️ Sophia ⬇️ George I
➡️1605 The Gunpowder Plot
1625 ⭕️ Charles I (Beheaded)
1649 THE COMMONWEALTH
1653 🔺Oliver Cromwell (d.1658) /Richard
1658 THE COMMONWEALTH II
THE RESTORATION PERIOD
1660 ⭕️ Charles II (no Issue)
🔹1667 Jonathan Swift
1685 ⭕️ James II (15 children) 1st wife Anne Hyde*b.
1688 THE GLORIOUS REVOLUTION
➡️Dutch Armada x4 greater than the Spanish Armada
1689 ⭕️ William III & ⭕️ Mary (daughter of Ja**mes II) (d.1694,aged 32) (no Issue)
➡️1701 Act of Settlement (no papists) (700m world pop)
1702 ⭕️ Anne d.1714 (no issue)
➡️1707 1st May Act Of Union
THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION605 The Gunpowder Plot
1612 Nov 6 Charles becomes heir to the throne
1617 ♦️b.W Shoosmith g9 (James I travels to Scotland)
Edmund SCARBOROUGH (1617 – 1671)
🔵1625 Mar 27 Charles I becomes King of England
May 11 Proxy marriage of Charles and Henrietta Maria
Jun Charles’ First Parliament
1605 The Gunpowder Plot
1620
**** The Puritan migration to New England was marked in its effects in the two decades from 1620 to 1640, after which it declined sharply for a time. The term Great Migration usually refers to the migration in this period of English Puritans to Massachusetts and the West Indies, especially Barbados. They came in family groups rather than as isolated individuals and were motivated chiefly by a quest for freedom to practice their Puritan religion.1625 ⭕️ Charles I (Beheaded)1626 Feb Charles’ Second Parliament
Feb Plague lessens
Feb 2 Charles crowned
Jun 15 Charles’ second Parliament dissolved1628 Mar Charles’ Third Parliament
Jun 26 Parliament dissolved
Aug 23 Buckingham murdered1629 May 13 Birth of Charles’s first child649 THE COMMONWEALTH
1630 May 29 Charles (II) born
Jul 15 Cromwell defends rights1631 Birth of Princess Mary1633 Feb 🔴London Bridge Fire
Apr 10 Bananas first seen in England
Oct 14 Birth of James (II, King of England and Scotland)1639 May Charles advances on Scotland
Jun 18 Treaty of Berwick1640
Caerlaverock Castle captured
Apr 13 The Short Parliament
Jul 8 Henry Stuart born
Aug 20 Scots invade the north of England
Aug 28 Battle of Newburn Bridge
Sep 24 The Great Council called
Oct 26 The Treaty of Ripon
Nov 3 The Long Parliament
♦️1,024 (b.1641) E Shoosmith b.Edward Button (1620)
1641 Feb Marriage negotiations
Mar 22 Trial of Earl Strafford begins
May 12 Strafford Executed
Oct 🔴Irish Rebellion
Nov 22 Grand Remonstrance
Dec 21 William Balfour dismissed1642 Canterbury Cathedral vandalised
Armies gather weapons
Jan 4 Charles attempts arrests
Feb 13 Charles agrees to Bishops’ Exclusion Bill
Feb 23 The Queen looks for support
Mar Earl of Warwick takes control of navy
Apr 🔴Robert Monro attacks the Irish
Apr 23 Charles refused entry to Hull
Aug 21 Dover Castle captured
Aug 22 Charles I raises standard at Nottingham Castle
Sep Prince Rupert at Leicester
Sep 9 Earl of Essex leaves London
Sep 13 Charles leaves Nottingham
Sep 20 Charles reaches Shrewsbury
Sep 23 Royalist victory at Powick Bridge
Oct 12 Charles leaves Shrewsbury
Oct 23 🔴Battle of Edgehill
Oct 27 Banbury captured by Royalists
Oct 29 Charles makes Oxford his base
Nov 4 Prince Rupert attacks Windsor Castle1643 Dartmouth Castle siege
Feb 22 Queen Henrietta Maria returns
Mar Lichfield under siege
Mar 24 Waller gets Royalist surrender
Apr 13 Battle of Ripple Field
Apr 20 Prince Rupert retakes Lichfield
May Destruction of (Old) Wardour Castle
Jul 5 Battle of Lansdowne Hill
Jul 10 Royalists cornered at Devizes
Jul 13 Battle of Roundway Down
Aug Corfe Castle rescued
Dec 20 Arundel Castle Siege
♦️Matilda SCARBOROUGH (1644 – 1721)1653 🔺Oliver Cromwell (d.1658) /Richard
1645 Feb 15 The Lords passes the Ordinance
Mar Cromwell rejoins his army
Jun 14 🔴Battle of Naseby
Jun 18 Leicester Surrenders
Jul 10 Battle of Langport
Jul 21 Bridgwater falls to Fairfax
Jul 29 Bath falls to the Parliamentarians
Aug 15 Sherborne Castle taken by Fairfax
Aug 18 Montrose enters Glasgow
Sep Royalist losses
Sep 10 Royalists surrender Bristol
Sep 13 Battle of Philiphaugh
Sep 24 Battle of Rowton Heath
Sep 26 Berkeley Castle falls to Parliamentarians
Nov Beeston falls to the Parliamentarians
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1650 ♦️512 5.3 m (uk) 100,000 scots to 🔴NIreland
♦️1,024
1666 Richard George born ♦️G8Grandfather 🔲🔲Plague Time
1670 (1666) W Shoesmith g7 Randolph (1655)
♦️Mary WEST (1670 – 1767)
🔵1688 THE GLORIOUS REVOLUTION absol monarchy to constitutional momarch parliament hade more say
1658 THE COMMONWEALTH II
THE RESTORATION PERIOD
1660 ⭕️ Charles II (no Issue)
🔹1667 Jonathan Swift
1685 ⭕️ James II (15 children) 1st wife Anne Hyde*b.
➡️Dutch Armada x4 greater than the Spanish Armada
1689 ⭕️ William III & ⭕️ Mary (daughter of James II) (d.1694,aged 32) (no Issue)