|King William V|
|Occupation||King of Enkland|
|Family||King William IV (Father), Queen Ann (Mother), Queen Matilda (Wife), 3 Children|
King William V of Enkland (William Henry Fredrick; Sep 8 2459 - Jun 20 2526) was the King of Enkland and it's Empire from August 25th 2414 until his death 12 years later.
William was born on the 8th of September 2459. He was the only child of King William IV and Queen Ann. William was baptised Henry and Fredrick after his grandfathers. William was born during the reign of his grandfather, King Henry VI.
William married Matilda of Xnob in 2478, and had three children: King William VI in 2480, Prince Henry in 2485 and Duchess Mary of Xnob in 2490.
William didn't become king until he was 55. William only ruled Enkland for 12 years, as he became increasingly ill throught the last 20 years of his life.
On the morning of June 20th 2526, William collapsed in The Great Palace. He was rushed to hospital, but pronounced dead on arrival. There is a statue of William in The Great Palace Gardens, near one of the fountains.