King Edward


King Edward

King Edward has been the name of several monarchs in English history:

*Edward the Elder (c.871–924)
*Edward the Martyr (c.962–978)
*Edward the Confessor (c.1004–1066)
*Edward I of England (1239–1307)
*Edward II of England (1284–1327)
*Edward III of England (1312–1377)
*Edward IV of England (1442–1483)
*Edward V of England (1470–1483?)
*Edward VI of England (1537–1553)
*Edward VII of the United Kingdom (1841–1910)
*Edward VIII of the United Kingdom (1894–1972)

King Edward may also refer to other monarchs, both real and fictional:

*Edward of Portugal (Port: "Duarte") (1391–1438)
*Edward Bruce (c.1275–1318), High King of Ireland
*Edward Balliol c.1282-1364), would-be King of Scots
*Edward the Benevolent, predecessor to Graham as King of Daventry in the "King's Quest" series of PC games

King Edward may refer to the following places:
*King Edward, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
*King Edward Avenue (disambiguation)
*King Edward Village, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

King Edward may also refer to:
*King Edward Hotel (Jackson, MS, USA), a former hotel-now-National Landmark in Jackson, Mississippi
*"King Edward VII" class battleship
*King Edward Hotel (Toronto), Ontario, Canada
*King Edward's School

King Edward may also refer to:

*King Edward potato


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  • King-Edward —    KING EDWARD, a parish, in the district of Turriff, county of Aberdeen, 5 miles (S. S. E.) from Banff; containing, with the village of Newbyth, 2492 inhabitants. This place, originally Kin Edart, of which the present name is an obvious… …   A Topographical dictionary of Scotland

  • King Edward — noun A popular English variety of potato • • • Main Entry: ↑king …   Useful english dictionary

  • King Edward — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. King Edward (pomme de terre), variété de pomme de terre ancienne d origine britannique ; King Edward Point, base britannique située en Géorgie du… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • King Edward — noun an oval potato of a variety with a white skin mottled with red. Origin 1920s: named after King Edward VII …   English new terms dictionary

  • King, Edward — (1829–1910)    Bishop and Devotional Writer.    King was educated at the University of Oxford. He was appointed Regius Professor of Pastoral Theology in 1873 and Bishop of London in 1885. A high churchman, he was a friend of both pusey and liddon …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • King Edward — /kɪŋ ˈɛdwəd/ (say king edwuhd) noun a variety of potato having white skin with pinkish colouring and creamy white flesh …   Australian English dictionary

  • King Edward's School — or King Edward VI School is the name of several schools, the majority of them founded during the reign of King Edward VI. There are also schools named after King Edward VII.In EnglandEdward VI* Foundation of the Schools of King Edward VI,… …   Wikipedia

  • King-Edward-VII-Klasse — Bauwerft …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • King Edward's School, Bath — King Edward s School, Bath …   Wikipedia

  • King Edward VII School (Melton Mowbray) — King Edward VII School Established 1910 Closed 2011 Type Comprehensive Specialism Technology College …   Wikipedia


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