King Henry II : 25 October 2194 - 6 July 2246 (67 Years, 8 Months and 12 Days

King Henry II
Henry during his 20th Jubilee - 2214
Born 2165
Died 2262
Species Human
Other Info
Occupation King of Enkland
HomeWorld Enkland
Family King Henry I of Enkland (Father)

Queen Matilda of Enkland (Mother)
Queen Isabella of Enkland (Wife)
6 Children

King Henry II of Enkland (Henry James William; March 5th 2165 - July 6th 2262) was a King of Enkland during the 22nd and most of the 23rd century. His reign of just under 68 years was the longest in history, until his record was broken by his descendants, King George III.

Early Life Edit

Henry was born on the 5th of March 2165, in Enkland. Henry was the eldest child of King Henry I of Enkland and his wife, Queen Matilda. Henry was born 2 years into his father's reign. Henry was baptised on the 1st of September, and named James and William after his grandfathers. Henry later had 4 younger siblings. Henry was a bright, but quiet boy. He had a good relationship with his mother, but a slightly strained relationship with his father, the King.

Marriage and Children Edit

Henry married Isabella Asherford, a daughter of a friend and advisor of Henry's father, The Lord of Asherford, on the 12th of December 2187. They had 6 children together:

John was known to be a strict father, but his children cared for him, and looked after him in his old age.

Reign Edit

Early Reign Edit

On the 25th of October 2194, Henry's father died at the age of 64, and Henry and his wife were crowned King and Queen of all Enkland.

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