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Industry turned out munitions in large quantities, with many women taking factory jobs The Visitor's Guide to Northumbria (Visitor's guides). c.881 - 26 Oct 899 �lfred (Alfred "the Great") (b. c.849 - d. 899) 26 Oct 899 - 17 Jul 924 Eadweard (Edward "the Elder") (b. c.870 - d. 924) 17 Jul 924 - 2 Aug 924 �lfweard (Alfward) (b. c.904 - d. 924) 17 Jul 924 � 27 Oct 939 �thelstan (Athelstan) (b. c.895 - d. 939) 27 Oct 939 - 26 May 946 Eadmund I (Edmund I) (b. c.921 - d. 946) 23 May 946 - 23 Nov 955 Eadred (b. c.923 - d. 955) 23 Nov 955 - 1 Oct 959 Eadwig (Edwy "the All-Fair") (b. bf.943 - d. 959) 9 May 957 - 8 Jul 975 Eadgar I (Edgar I "the Peaceable")(b. c.943 - d. 975) 8 Jul 975 - 18 Mar 978 Eadweard (Edward "the Martyr") (b. c.963 - d. 978) 18 Mar 978 - late 1013 �thelred "Unraed" (1st time) (b. 968? - d. 1016) 18 Mar 978 - 984 Queen �lfthryth (f) -Regent (b. c.945 - d. c.1000) late 1013 - 3 Feb 1014 Sweyn "Tveskaeg" (Swein Forkbeard)(b. c.960 - d. 1014) 23 Apr 1016 - 30 Nov 1016 Eadmund II (Edmund II "Ironside") (b. c.993 - d. 1016) 23 Apr 1016 - 12 Nov 1035 Cnut (Canute) (b. c.955 - d. 1035) 12 Nov 1035 - 1037 Harthacnut (1st time) (b. c.1018 - d. 1042) 12 Nov 1035 - 17 Mar 1040 Harold I "Harefoot" (b. c.1016 - d. 1040) 8 Jun 1042 - 4/5 Jan 1066 Eadweard (Edward "the Confessor") (b. c.1002 - d. 1066) 5 Jan 1066 - 14 Oct 1066 Harold II (Godwinesson) (b. c.1020 - d. 1066) 14 Oct 1066 - 25 Dec 1066 Eadgar II "the �theling" (b. c.1052 - d. 1125) 25 Dec 1066 - 9 Sep 1087 William I "the Conqueror" (b. 1027/28 - d. 1087) 26 Sep 1087 - 2 Aug 1100 William II "Rufus" (b. c.1060 - d. 1100) 5 Aug 1100 - 1 Dec 1135 Henry I (Henri Beauclerc) (b. 1068 - d. 1135) 22 Dec 1135 - 8 Apr 1141 Stephen (1st time) (b. c.1096 - d. 1154) 8 Apr 1141 - 7 Dec 1141 Matilda (left England Feb 1148) (b. 1102 - d. 1167) 6 Apr 1152 - 17 Aug 1153 Eustace (not recognized) (b. c.1131 - d. 1153) 19 Dec 1154 - 6 Jul 1189 Henry II (b. 1133 - d. 1189) 14 Jun 1170 - 11 Jun 1183 Henry (III) "the Young King" (b. 1155 - d. 1183) 6 Jul 1189 - 3 Sep 1189 Richard (b. 1157 - d. 1199) 12 Dec 1189 - 13 Mar 1194 William de Longchamp, Bishop (d. 1197) 12 May 1194 - 6 Jun 1199 Hubert Walter, Bishop (b. c.1160 - d. 1205) 8 Apr 1199 - 27 May 1199 John "Lackland" (b. 1167 - d. 1216) 2 Jun 1216 - 11 Sep 1217 Louis of France (pretender) (b. 1187 - d. 1226) 28 Oct 1216 - 16 Nov 1272 Henry III (b. 1207 - d. 1272) 11 Nov 1216 - 9 Apr 1219 William Marshal, Earl of (b. 1146 - d. 1219) Apr 1219 - Jan 1227 Hubert de Burgh -Regent (b. c.1170 - d. 1243) 20 Nov 1272 - 7 Jul 1307 Edward I "Longshanks" (b. 1239 - d. 1307) - Walter Giffard, Archbishop (b. c.1225 - d. 1279) of York, - Roger Mortimer, Lord of Wigmore (b. 1231 - d. 1282) - Sir Philip Basset (b. c.1184 - d. 1272) (appointed, but died 29 Oct 1272) - Robert Burnell, Bishop of Bath (b. c.1239 - d. 1292) 13 May 1286 - 12 Aug 1289 Edmund, Earl of Cornwall -Regent (b. 1249 - d. 1300) 7 Jul 1307 - 20 Jan 1327 Edward II (b. 1284 - d. 1237) 24 Jan 1327 - 21 Jun 1377 Edward III (b. 1312 - d. 1377) 21 Jun 1377 - 30 Sep 1399 Richard II (b. 1367 - d. 1400) 30 Sep 1399 - 20 Mar 1413 Henry IV (Bolingbroke) (b. 1366/67 - d. 1413) 20 Mar 1413 - 31 Aug 1422 Henry V (b. 1387 - d. 1422) 31 Aug 1422 - 4 Mar 1461 Henry VI (1st time) (b. 1421 - d. 1471) from 21 Oct 1421, King of France as Henri II) 3 Apr 1454 - Feb 1455 Richard Plantagenet, Duke (b. 1411 - d. 1460) 19 Nov 1455 - 25 Feb 1456 Richard Plantagenet, Duke (s.a.) 4 Mar 1461 - 2 Oct 1470 Edward IV (1st time) (b. 1442 - d. 1483) 9 Apr 1483 - 25 Jun 1483 Edward V (b. 1470 - d. 1483) 30 Apr 1483 - 26 Jun 1483 Richard Plantagenet, Duke (b. 1452 - d. 1485) 22 Aug 1485 - 21 Apr 1509 Henry VII (b. 1457 - d. 1509) 24 May 1487 - 16 Jun 1487 Lambet Simnel (b. c.1477 - d. c.1525) 21 Apr 1509 - 28 Jan 1547 Henry VIII (b. 1491 - d. 1547) 28 Jan 1547 - 6 Jul 1553 Edward VI (b. 1537 - d. 1553) 1 Feb 1547 - 13 Oct 1549 Edward Seymour, Duke (b. 1500 - d. 1552) 13 Oct 1549 - 6 Jul 1553 John Dudley, (from Oct 1551) Duke (b. 1502 - d. 1553) 6 Jul 1553 - 19 Jul 1553 Jane (Lady Jane Grey) (b. 1537 - d. 1554) 19 Jul 1553 - 17 Nov 1558 Mary I "Bloody Mary" (b. 1516 - d. 1558) 25 Jul 1554 - 17 Nov 1558 Philip -King-consort (b. 1527 - d. 1598) 17 Nov 1558 - 24 Mar 1603 Elizabeth I (b. 1533 - d. 1603) 24 Mar 1603 - 27 Mar 1625 James I (b. 1566 - d. 1625) 27 Mar 1625 - 30 Jan 1649 Charles I (b. 1600 - d. 1649) 6 Aug 1651 - 15 Oct 1651 Charles II (in dissidence) (b. 1630 - d. 1685) (proclaimed in Carlisle 6 Aug 1651; Speaker of Commons of England, in Parliament Assembled (from 19 May 1649, 4 Jan 1649 - 20 Apr 1653 William Lenthall (1st time) (b. 1591 - d. 1662) 20 Apr 1653 - 4 Jul 1653 Oliver Cromwell (1st time) (b. 1599 - d. 1658) Mil 5 Jul 1653 - 6 Jul 1653 Francis Rous (b. 1579 - d. 1658) Speaker of the Parliament (from 7 Jul 1653, Parliament of the Commonwealth of England) 3 Sep 1658 - 7 May 1659 Richard Cromwell (b. 1626 - d. 1712) 13 Oct 1659 - 25 Oct 1659 Bulstrode Whitelocke (b. 1605 - d. 1675) - Sir Henry Vane, Jr. (b. 1613 - d. 1662) - William Sydenham (b. 1615 - d. 1661) - John Lambert (b. 1619 - d. 1683) - James Berry (d. 1691) - Edmund Ludlow (b. 1617 - d. 1692) - Richard Salwey (b. 1615 - d. 1685) - John Desborough (or Disbrowe) (b. 1608 - d. 1680) - Charles Fleetwood (b. c.1618 - d. 1692) - Sir James Harrington (b. 1607 - d. 1680) - William Steele (b. 1610 - d. 1680) - Walter Strickland (b. 1600 - d. 1671) - Henry Laurence (or Lawrence) (b. 1600 - d. 1664) - John Ireton (b. 1615 - d. 1689) - Robert Tichborne (b. 1604 - d. 1682) - Henry Brandreth (b. 1610 - d. 1672) - John Hewson (b. 1595 - d. 1663) - Robert Lilburne (b. 1613 - d. 1665) - Robert Bennet (b. 1605 - d. 1683) - Cornelius Holland (b. 1599 - d. c.1671) 16 Mar 1660 - 25 Apr 1660 Arthur Annesley (b. 1614 - d. 1686) 25 Apr 1660 - 8 May 1660 Edward Montagu, Earl of Manchester(b. 1602 - d. 1671) 25 Apr 1660 - 8 May 1660 Sir Harbottle Grimston (b. 1603 - d. 1685) 6 Feb 1685 - 12 Feb 1689 James II (b. 1633 - d. 1701) (fled England 23 Dec 1688, declared to have abdicated 12 Feb 1689; in Ireland, 11 Dec 1688 - 11 Dec 1688 Laurence Hyde, Earl of (b. 1642 - d. 1711) 12 Dec 1688 - 28 Dec 1688 George Savile, Marquess of Halifax(b. 1633 - d. 1695) 28 Dec 1688 - 23 Feb 1689 William Henry Prince of Orange (b. 1650 - d. 1702) (in Scotland William II; in Gelderland Willem III) 23 Feb 1689 - 7 Jan 1695 Mary II (b. 1662 - d. 1695) 8/19 Mar 1702-12 Aug 1714 Anne (b. 1665 - d. 1714) 12 Aug 1714 - 22 Jun 1727 George I (b. 1660 - d. 1727) 22 Jun 1727 - 25 Oct 1760 George II (b. 1683 - d. 1760) 25 Oct 1760 - 29 Jan 1820 George III (b. 1738 - d. 1820) 29 Jan 1820 - 26 Jun 1830 George IV (b. 1762 - d. 1830) 26 Jun 1830 - 20 Jun 1837 William IV (b. 1765 - d. 1837) 20 Jun 1837 - 22 Jan 1901 Victoria (b. 1819 - d. 1901) 22 Jan 1901 - 6 May 1910 Edward VII (b. 1841 - d. 1910) 6 May 1910 - 20 Jan 1936 George V (b. 1865 - d. 1936) 20 Jan 1936 - 11 Dec 1936 Edward VIII (b. 1894 - d. 1972) 11 Dec 1936 - 6 Feb 1952 George VI (b. 1895 - d. 1952) 6 Feb 1952 - Elizabeth II (b. 1926) 28 Feb 1403 - 2 Mar 1405 Henry Beaufort, Bishop of (b. c.1374 - d. 1447) 2 Mar 1405 - 30 Jan 1407 Thomas Langley, Dean of York (b. c.1363 - d. 1437) (from 14 May 1406, Bishop of York) 30 Jan 1407 - 21 Dec 1409 Thomas Arundel, Archbishop (b. 1353 - d. 1414) 31 Jan 1410 - 5 Jan 1412 Thomas Beaufort, Duke of Exeter (b. c.1377 - d. 1426) 5 Jan 1412 - 21 Mar 1413 Thomas Arundel, Archbishop (s.a.) 21 Mar 1413 - 23 Jul 1417 Henry Beaufort, Bishop of (s.a.) 23 Jul 1417 - 16 Jul 1424 Thomas Langley, Bishop of Durham (s.a.) 16 Jul 1424 - 16 Mar 1426 Henry Beaufort, Bishop of (s.a.) 16 Mar 1426 - 26 Feb 1432 John Kemp, Archbishop of York (b. c.1380 - d. 1454) 26 Feb 1432 - 31 Jan 1450 John Stafford, Bishop of Bath (d. 1452) (from 13 May 1443, Archbishop of Canterbury) 31 Jan 1450 - 22 Mar 1454 John Kemp, Archbishop of York (s.a.) (from 31 Jul 1452, Archbishop of Canterbury) 2 Apr 1454 - 7 Mar 1455 Richard Nevill, Earl of Salisbury (b. 1400 - d. 1465) 7 Mar 1455 - 11 Oct 1456 Thomas Bourchier, Archbishop of (b. c.1404 - d. 1486) 11 Oct 1456 - 7 Jul 1460 William Waynflete, Bishop of (b. c.1398 - d. 14686) 25 Jul 1460 - 10 Mar 1461 George Neville, Bishop of Exeter (b. c.1432 - d. 1476) 20 Jun 1467 - 29 Sep 1470 Robert Stillington, Bishop (b. 1420 - d. 1491) 29 Sep 1470-af.4 Mar 1471 George Neville, Archbishop of (s.a.) 11 Apr 1471 - 18 Jun 1473 Robert Stillington, Bishop (s.a.) 24 Jul 1473 - 27 May 1474 Laurence Booth, Bishop of Durham (b. c.1420 - d. 1480) 27 May 1474 - 10 Jun 1475 Thomas Rotherham, Bishop of (b. 1423 - d. 1500) 10 Jun 1475 - 29 Sep 1475 John Alcock, Bishop of Rochester (b. c.1430 - d. 1500) 29 Sep 1475 - 22 Apr 1483 Thomas Rotherham, Bishop of (s.a.) 10 May 1483 - 29 Jul 1485 John Russell, Bishop of Lincoln (s.a.) 18 Sep 1485 - 7 Oct 1485 Thomas Rotherham, Archbishop (s.a.) 7 Oct 1485 - 6 Mar 1487 John Alcock, Bishop of Worcester (s.a.) (from 6 Oct 1486, Bishop of Ely) 6 Mar 1487 - 15 Sep 1500 John Morton, Archbishop of (b. c.1420 � d. 1500) 13 Oct 1500 - 27 Jul 1502 Henry Deane, Archbishop of (b. c.1440 - d. 1503) 11 Aug 1502 - 24 Dec 1515 William Warham, Archbishop (b. c.1450 - d. 1532) 24 Dec 1515 - 18 Oct 1529 Thomas Cardinal Wolsey, (b. 1473 - d. 1530) 26 Oct 1529 - 16 May 1532 Sir Thomas More (b. 1478 - d. 1535) 20 May 1532 - 22 Apr 1544 Sir Thomas Audley, (b. 1487/88 - d. 1544) 3 May 1544 - 7 Mar 1547 Sir Thomas Wriothesley, (b. 1505 - d. 1550) 7 Mar 1547 - 23 Oct 1547 Sir William Paulet (b. c.1483 � d. 1572) 23 Oct 1547 - 21 Dec 1551 Richard Rich, Baron Rich (b. 1496/97 - d. 1567) 3 Feb 1550 - 10 Mar 1572 William Paulet, Earl of Wiltshire, Jul 1572 - 4 Aug 1598 William Cecil, Baron Cecil of (s.a.) 4 Aug 1598 - 15 May 1599 Sir Thomas Egerton (1st time) (b. 1540 - d. 1617) 15 May 1599 - 19 Apr 1608 Thomas Sackville, Baron Buckhurst, Earl of Dorset (b. 1536 - d. 1608) 19 Apr 1608 - 4 May 1608 Thomas Egerton, Baron Ellesmere (s.a.) 4 May 1608 - 24 May 1612 Robert Cecil, Viscount Cranborne, Earl of Salisbury (b. 1563 - d. 1612) 24 May 1612 - 16 Jun 1612 Thomas Egerton, Baron Ellesmere (s.a.) 16 Jun 1612 - 24 May 1613 Henry Howard, Earl of Northampton (b. 1540 - d. 1614) 24 May 1613 - 11 Jul 1614 Thomas Egerton, Baron Ellesmere (b. 1540 - d. 1617) 11 Jul 1614 - 21 Jul 1618 Thomas Howard, Earl of Suffolk (b. 1561 - d. 1626) 21 Jul 1618 - 14 Dec 1620 George Abbott, Archbishop (b. 1562 - d. 1633) 14 Dec 1620 - 29 Sep 1621 Henry Montagu, Viscount Mandeville(b. 1563 - d. 1642) 29 Sep 1621 - 14 May 1624 Lionel Cranfield, Baron Cranfield, Earl of Middlesex (b. 1575 - d. 1645) 14 May 1624 - 25 May 1624 Edward Somerset, Earl (b. 1553 - d. 1628) 25 May 1624 - 11 Dec 1624 Sir Richard Weston (1st time) (b. 1577 - d. 1635) 11 Dec 1624 - 15 Jul 1628 James Ley, Baron Ley of Ley, Earl of Marlborough (b. 1552 - d. 1628) 15 Jul 1628 - 13 Mar 1635 Richard Weston, Baron Weston, (s.a.) 15 Mar 1635 - 6 Mar 1636 William Laud, Archbishop of (b. 1573 - d. 1645) 6 Mar 1636 - 21 May 1641 William Juxon, Bishop of London (b. 1582 - d. 1663) 21 May 1641 - 3 Oct 1643 Edward Littleton, Baron Lyttleton (b. 1589 - d. 1645) Baron Cottington of Hanworth (b. 1579 - d. 1652) 24 Feb 1649 Basil Feilding, Earl of Denbigh (b. c.1608 - d. 1675) 3 Mar 1649 Basil Feilding, Earl of Denbigh (s.a.) 7 Mar 1649 Sir William Masham (b. 1591 - d. 1656) 7 Mar 1649 Sir Arthur Hesilrige (b. 1601 - d. 1661) Presidents of the Council of State (routinely styled in proceedings: Lord President) 12 Mar 1649 - 15 Feb 1650 John Bradshaw (1st time) (b. 1602 - d. 1659) 23 Feb 1652 - 22 Mar 1652 Philip Sidney, Viscount Lisle (b. 1619 - d. 1698) 22 Mar 1652 - 19 Apr 1652 John Lisle (b. 1610 - d. 1664) 19 Apr 1652 - 17 May 1652 Henry Rolle (1st time) (b. 1589? - d. 1656) 17 May 1652 - 14 Jun 1652 Sir Henry Vane, Jr. (1st time) (s.a.) 14 Jun 1652 - 12 Jul 1652 Philip Herbert, Earl of Pembroke (b. 1584 - d. 1650) 12 Jul 1652 - 9 Aug 1652 Dennis Bond (1st time) (b. 1588 - d. 1658) 9 Aug 1652 - 7 Sep 1652 William Purefoy (b. 1580? - d. 1659) 5 Oct 1652 - 25 Oct 1652 Sir William Constable (1st time) (b. 1590 - d. 1655) 23 Feb 1653 - 23 Mar 1653 Thomas Chaloner (or Challoner) (b. 1595 - d. 1661) 9 May 1653 - 13 May 1653 Sir Gilbert Pickering (1st time) (b. 1610 - d. 1668) 24 Jun 1653 - 5 Jul 1653 Philip Jones (b. 1618 � d.1674) 21 Jul 1653 - 4 Aug 1653 Edward Montagu (1st time) (b. 1602 - d. 1671) 17 Aug 1653 - 31 Aug 1653 Sir Anthony Ashley Cooper (b. 1621 - d. 1683) 28 Sep 1653 - 4 Oct 1653 Charles Howard (b. 1629 - d. 1685) 4 Oct 1653 - 3 Nov 1653 William Sydenham (b. 1615 - d. 1661) 16 Aug 1659 - 17 Aug 1659 Sir Henry Vane, Jr. (2nd time) (s.a.) 1 Sep 1659 - 15 Sep 1659 Sir Henry Vane, Jr. (3rd time) (s.a.) 30 Sep 1659 - 13 Oct 1659 Thomas Scot (b. 1604? - d. 1660) 8 Sep 1660 - 16 May 1667 Thomas Wriothesley, Earl of (b. 1607 - d. 1667) 1 Jun 1667 - 3 Jan 1670 George Monk, Duke of Albemarle (s.a.) 3 Jan 1670 - 28 Nov 1672 Anthony Ashley Cooper, Baron Ashley, (from 23 Apr 1672, Earl of Shaftesbury) 28 Nov 1669 - 19 Jun 1673 Thomas Clifford, Baron Clifford (b. 1630 - d. 1673) 19 Jun 1673 - 6 Mar 1678 Thomas Osborne, Viscount Osborne of Dunblane, (from 27 Jun 1674) (b. 1631 - d. 1712) 6 Mar 1679 - 19 Nov 1679 Arthur Capel, Earl of Essex (b. 1632 - d. 1683) 19 Nov 1679 - 25 Aug 1684 Laurence Hyde, Viscount Hyde of (b. 1642 - d. 1711) Tor 25 Aug 1684 - 16 Feb 1685 Sidney Godolphin, (b. 1645 - d. 1712) Tor 16 Feb 1685 - 5 Jan 1686 Laurence Hyde, Viscount Hyde of (s.a.) Tor 5 Jan 1687 - 8 Apr 1689 John Belasyse, Baron Belasyse (b. 1614 - d. 1689) Tor 8 Apr 1689 - 19 Mar 1690 Charles Mordaunt, Earl of Monmouth(b. 1658 - d. 1735) Whg 19 Mar 1690 - 15 Nov 1690 John Lowther (b. 1655 - d. 1700) Whg 1 May 1697 - 25 Nov 1699 Charles Montagu (1st time) (b. 1661 - d. 1715) Whg 25 Nov 1699 - 12 Dec 1700 Forde Grey, Baron Grey of Werk, (b. 1655 - d. 1701) Whg 27 Dec 1701 - 8 May 1702 Charles Howard, (b. 1669 - d. 1738) Whg 8 May 1702 - 11 Aug 1710 John Churchill, (b. 1650 - d. 1722) Tor 11 Aug 1710 - 29 Mar 1711 John Poulett, Earl Poulett (b. 1663 - d. 1743) Tor 29 Mar 1711 - 30 Jul 1714 Robert Harley, (b. 1661 - d. 1724) Tor 30 Jul 1714 - 11 Oct 1714 Charles Talbot, Duke of Shrewsbury(b. 1660 - d. 1718) Whg 11 Oct 1714 - 19 May 1715 Charles Montagu, Baron of Halifax (s.a.) Whg 10 Oct 1715 - 9 Jun 1717 Robert Walpole (1st time) (b. 1676 - d. 1745) Whg 12 Jun 1717 - 21 Mar 1721 James Stanhope, (b. 1673 - d. 1721) Whg (from 14 Apr 1718, James Stanhope, Earl of Stanhope) 21 Mar 1721 - 4 Apr 1721 Charles Spencer, (b. 1674 - d. 1722) Whg (from 27 May 1725, Sir Robert Walpole) 16 Feb 1742 - 2 Jul 1743 Spencer Compton, (b. 1673? - d. 1743) Whg 27 Aug 1743 - 6 Mar 1754 Henry Pelham (b. 1696 - d. 1754) Whg 16 Mar 1754 - 16 Nov 1756 Thomas Pelham-Holles, (b. 1693 - d. 1768) Whg 16 Nov 1756 - 25 Jun 1757 William Cavendish, (b. 1720 - d. 1764) Whg 25 Jun 1757 - 2 Jul 1757 James Waldegrave, (b. 1715 - d. 1763) Whg 26 May 1762 - 16 Apr 1763 John Stuart, Earl of Bute (b. 1713 - d. 1792) Tor 16 Apr 1763 - 13 Jul 1765 George Grenville (b. 1712 - d. 1770) Whg 13 Jul 1765 - 30 Jul 1766 Charles Watson-Wentworth, (b. 1730 - d. 1782) Whg 30 Jul 1766 - 14 Oct 1768 William Pitt, "the Elder" (b. 1708 - d. 1778) Whg 14 Oct 1768 - 28 Jan 1770 Augustus Henry Fitzroy, (b. 1735 - d. 1811) Whg 28 Jan 1770 - 22 Mar 1782 Frederick North, Lord North (b. 1732 - d. 1792) Tor 4 Jul 1782 - 2 Apr 1783 William Petty-Fitzmaurice, (b. 1737 - d. 1805) Whg 2 Apr 1783 - 19 Dec 1783 William Henry Cavendish- (b. 1738 - d. 1809) Whg 19 Dec 1783 - 14 Mar 1801 William Pitt "the Younger" (b. 1759 - d. 1806) Tor 17 Mar 1801 - 10 May 1804 Henry Addington (b. 1757 - d. 1844) Tor 11 Feb 1806 - 31 Mar 1807 William Wyndham Grenville, (b. 1759 - d. 1834) Whg 4 Oct 1809 - 11 May 1812 Spencer Perceval (b. 1762 - d. 1812) Tor 9 Jun 1812 - 10 Apr 1827 Robert Banks Jenkinson, (b. 1770 - d. 1828) Tor 10 Apr 1827 - 8 Aug 1827 George Canning (b. 1770 - d. 1827) Tor 31 Aug 1827 - 22 Jan 1828 Frederick John Robinson, (b. 1782 - d. 1859) Tor 22 Jan 1828 - 22 Nov 1830 Arthur Wellesley, (b. 1769 - d. 1852) Tor 22 Nov 1830 - 16 Jul 1834 Charles Grey, Earl Grey (b. 1764 - d. 1845) Whg 16 Jul 1834 - 17 Nov 1834 William Lamb, (1st time) (b. 1779 - d. 1848) Whg 10 Dec 1834 - 18 Apr 1835 Sir Robert Peel (1st time) (b. 1788 - d. 1850) Con 18 Apr 1835 - 30 Aug 1841 William Lamb, (2nd time) (s.a.) Whg 30 Jun 1846 - 23 Feb 1852 John Russell, Lord Russell (b. 1792 - d. 1878) Whg 23 Feb 1852 - 19 Dec 1852 Edward Geoffrey Stanley, (b. 1799 - d. 1869) Con 19 Dec 1852 - 6 Feb 1855 George Hamilton-Gordon, (b. 1784 - d. 1860) Peel 6 Feb 1855 - 20 Feb 1858 Henry John Temple, (b. 1784 - d. 1865) Whg 29 Oct 1865 - 28 Jun 1866 John Russell, Earl Russell (s.a.) Lib 27 Feb 1868 - 3 Dec 1868 Benjamin Disraeli (1st time) (b. 1804 - d. 1881) Con 3 Dec 1868 - 20 Feb 1874 William Ewart Gladstone (1st time)(b. 1809 - d. 1898) Lib 20 Feb 1874 - 23 Apr 1880 Benjamin Disraeli, (2nd time) (s.a.) Con 23 Jun 1885 - 1 Feb 1886 Robert Arthur Talbot (b. 1830 - d. 1903) Con 5 Mar 1894 - 25 Jun 1895 Archibald Primrose, (b. 1847 - d. 1929) Lib 12 Jul 1902 - 5 Dec 1905 Arthur James Balfour (b. 1848 - d. 1930) Con 5 Dec 1905 - 8 Apr 1908 Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman (b. 1836 - d. 1908) Lib 8 Apr 1908 - 7 Dec 1916 Herbert Henry Asquith (b. 1852 - d. 1928) Lib 7 Dec 1916 - 23 Oct 1922 David Lloyd George (b. 1863 - d. 1945) Lib 23 Oct 1922 - 22 May 1923 Andrew Bonar Law (b. 1858 - d. 1923) Con 22 May 1923 - 22 Jan 1924 Stanley Baldwin (1st time) (b. 1867 - d. 1947) Con 22 Jan 1924 - 4 Nov 1924 Ramsay MacDonald (1st time) (b. 1866 - d. 1937) Lab 28 May 1937 - 10 May 1940 Neville Chamberlain (b. 1869 - d. 1940) Con 10 May 1940 - 26 Jul 1945 Winston Churchill (1st time) (b. 1874 - d. 1965) Con 26 Jul 1945 - 26 Oct 1951 Clement Richard Attlee (b. 1883 - d. 1967) Lab (from 24 Apr 1953, Sir Winston Churchill) 6 Apr 1955 - 10 Jan 1957 Sir Robert Anthony Eden (b. 1897 - d. 1977) Con 10 Jan 1957 - 19 Oct 1963 Maurice Harold Macmillan (b. 1894 - d. 1986) Con 19 Oct 1963 - 16 Oct 1964 Alexander Frederick (b. 1903 - d. 1995) Con (from 23 Oct 1963, Sir Alec Douglas-Home) 16 Oct 1964 - 19 Jun 1970 James Harold Wilson (1st time) (b. 1916 - d. 1995) Lab 19 Jun 1970 - 4 Mar 1974 Edward Richard George Heath (b. 1916 - d. 2005) Con 5 Apr 1976 - 4 May 1979 Leonard James Callaghan (b. 1912 - d. 2005) Lab 4 May 1979 - 28 Nov 1990 Margaret Thatcher (f) (b. 1925 - d. 2013) Con 28 Nov 1990 - 2 May 1997 John Major (b. 1943) Con 2 May 1997 - 27 Jun 2007 Anthony "Tony" Blair (b. 1953) Lab 27 Jun 2007 - 11 May 2010 Gordon Brown (b. 1951) Lab 11 May 2010 - 13 Jul 2016 David Cameron (b. 1966) Con 13 Jul 2016 - Theresa May (f) (b. 1956) Con �Full style of the ruler: (a) Anglo-Saxon royal styles (9th-11th century): evidence found in contemporary sources suggests that the Anglo-Saxon rulers of England in the 9th-11th century used a number of forms of royal title, which loosely varied Postcode Atlas of Britain and Northern Ireland (Collins Postcode Atlas of Great Britain & Northern Ireland) by Collins UK (2012) Hardcover.

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