English History 1100 – 1109

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William IIKing Henry IThis timeline gives a chronological listing of the main events in English History for the years 1100 – 1109

The monarchs for this period were: 
William II to August 1100
Henry I from August 1100

 

1100 (2nd August)
King William II was killed while hunting in the New Forest. There is continued speculation among historians as to whether William’s death was an accident or whether he was murdered perhaps on order of William’s younger brother Henry. The throne was claimed by William’s brother Henry.
1100 (5th August)
Henry I was crowned King of England at Winchester. During his coronation he issued the Coronation Charter, also known as the Charter of Liberties, which promised a return to good and fair government.
1100 (23rd September)
Anselem of Bec returned to England as Archbishop of Canterbury.
1100 (11th November)
Henry I married Edith of Scotland, daughter of Malcolm Canmore of Scotland. Upon her marriage she took the Norman name Matilda and was known as Queen Matilda.
1101 (early)
William II’s favourite, Ranulf Flambard, went to Normandy and offered to support Robert Curthose in a bid to take the English throne.
1101 (late Summer)
Treaty of Alton
This treaty was agreed between Henry I and Robert Curthose. Robert agreed to recognise his younger brother Henry I as King of England while Henry renounced claims to all but one of his possessions in Normandy and agreed to pay Robert a yearly pension of 3,000 marks.
1102 (during)
Robert of Belleme, Earl of Shrewsbury, and his family were banished to Normandy. Henry seized his possessions and took his castle at Arundel.
1102 (during)
Council of London
This Roman Catholic Church council decided that sodomy was a sin against God and also condemned the trade in slaves.
1102 (7th February)
A daughter, Matilda, was born to Henry I and his wife Matilda.
1102 (25th October)
A son, William Clito, was born to Robert Curthose and his wife.
1103 (during)
Henry I married some of his illegitimate daughters to nobles in Normandy hoping to strengthen his position there.
1103 (27th April)
Anselem of Bec went into exile following a dispute with Henry I.
1103 (5th August)
A son, William, styled Aetheling, was born to Henry I and his wife Matilda.
1103 (10th August)
A very bad storm destroyed the harvest.
1105 (during)
Henry invaded Normandy. He occupied Western Normandy taking the towns of Bayeux and Caen.
1105 (July)
Henry reached agreement with Anselem of Bec. A clear distinction was made between secular and ecclesiastical powers of prelates.
1106 (July)
Henry I invaded Normandy hoping to make further gains.
1106 (28th September)
Battle of Tinchebrai
Henry fought this decisive battle against the combined forces of Robert Curthose and Edgar Aetheling in Normandy. Curthose, his son William Clito and Edgar Aetheling were all taken prisoner by Henry. Henry declared himself Duke of Normandy
1107 (11th August)
Henry I and Anselem of Bec finally resolved their differences. The occasion was marked by a mass consecration of bishops by Anselem at the Palace of Westminster.
1108 (during)
Chichester Cathedral was consecrated.
1108 (during)
Henry I faced increasing opposition in Normandy from Louis VI of France and Count Fulk of Anjou.
1108 (10th April)
Henry’s daughter Matilda was betrothed to Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor.
1109 (21st April)
Anselem of Bec, Archbishop of Canterbury, died.

1090 – 1099 <<   >> 1110 – 1119

 

Harvard Reference for this page:

Heather Y Wheeler. (2016). English History 1100 – 1109. Available: https://www.totallytimelines.com/english-history-1100-1109 Last accessed September 17th, 2018

 

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