Who ruled England after the Tudors?

Who followed the Tudors in England?

House of Tudor, an English royal dynasty of Welsh origin, which gave five sovereigns to England: Henry VII (reigned 1485–1509); his son, Henry VIII (1509–47); followed by Henry VIII’s three children, Edward VI (1547–53), Mary I (1553–58), and Elizabeth I (1558–1603).

Who ruled England after Elizabeth Tudor?

Crowned King James VI in a Protestant service at Stirling on July 29, 1567, the thirteen-month-old James became, as he later said, “a cradle king.” James never saw his mother again.

What happened after the Tudors reign ended?

The Tudor dynasty ended when Henry’s grand-daughter Elizabeth I died childless. The Throne passed to their cousins, the Scottish Stuarts, unifying Engalnd and Scotland.

Who ruled after the Stuarts?

Stuart period

1603–1714
King Charles I and the soldiers of the English Civil War as illustrated in An Island Story: A Child’s History of England (1906)
Preceded by Elizabethan era
Followed by Georgian era
Monarch(s) James I Charles I Charles II James II Mary II William III Anne
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