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  1. William III and Mary II were joint sovereigns in the ‘Glorious Revolution’, marking the transition to today’s parliamentary monarchy. They reigned from 1689-1702 A Protestant Dutchman of the House of Hague, William was born the sovereign Prince of Orange on 4 November 1650 in the Dutch Republic, his father having died the week before his birth.

  2. William III. was son of William, Prince of Orange, by Mary, daughter of Charles I. Born 1650. Mary II., his wife, was daughter of James II. Born 1662. A brief interregnum, from December 11th, 1688, to February 13th, 1689. National discontent with the policy and conduct of James II. culminated in a national rising in support of the landing of ...

  3. 20/03/2021 · William III of Orange was born at The Hague on 4th November, 1650. He was the posthumous son of William II of Orange and of Mary Stuart, Princess Royal the eldest daughter of Charles I and Henrietta Maria of France. His grieving mother had given birth to him in a chamber draped with black mourning. William's father, the Prince of Orange, had ...

  4. The Two Kings: William III and James II. The raising of the siege of Derry, and the victory at Newtonbutler, left almost all Ulster in the hands of the Williamites. Kirke sent to Enniskillen for two hundred of the able-bodied prisoners taken at Newtonbutler to be sent down to Derry, to empty the storeships and to cleanse the town; [10] and the ...

  5. WILLIAM (III) and MARY(II)’s REIGN • Toleration Act of 1689 – Freed dissenters from penalties for failing to attend services – Gave all non‐conformists except Roman Catholics freedom of worship • Act of Settlement (1701) – further restricted the powers and prerogatives of the Crown:

  6. 09/06/2014 · King William III Queen Mary II Glorious Revolution William Henry Stuart also known as King William III was born November 14,1650. He was also known as a significant man to many. He ascended to the throne February 13, 1989 at the age of 38. King William reigned for 13 years and 21

  7. 04/03/2013 · William’s main enemy was his wife’s father Louis XIV of France. Their disagreements led to the Glorious Revolution. During his first year as King William had to fight supporters of James II in Ireland, but he soon after turned his attentions again to France.