King Gilbert IV (Gilbert John Arthur; born 20th of October 1710) was the King of Enkland for 4 years during the 18th Century.
|King Gilbert IX|
|Occupation||King of Enkland|
|Family||King Gilbert VIII (Father), Queen Hilda (Mother), King Richard IV (Son)|
Gilbert was the only son of King Gilbert VIII and Queen Hilda. He had a secluded childhood, and rarely saw his parents as he was raised and cared for by maids and servants. Gilbert was the last monarch of The Gilbertian Dynasty , as when he grew up, he named his son Richard .
The Gilbertian DynastyEdit
In 1620, Gilbert's great-great-grandfather, King Gilbert V , created a law that all heirs to the throne must be named Gilbert. This lasted 5 generations, but when Richard was born, Gilbert decided to abolish the law, thus ending the Gilbertian Dynasty.
Gilbert became King in 1766, aged 56. He ruled for 4 years, but was assassinated by an unknown assassin. He was a much loved King, and was deeply mourned by the people of Enkland.