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Q: What king lost his head after 1649?
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Two states named after the king who lost his head?

North and South Carolina were named for King Charles (Carolus in Latin) I of England, who was beheaded in 1649.

Which Stuart king was beheaded in 1649?

King Charles I (1600-1649) was beheaded on January 30, 1649, following the English Civil War.

Who was the only king to be beheaded?

Chales I lost the English Civil War to Oliver Cromwell and was executed. the King's death, by the reformed calendar, was on 30 January 1649.

Which King of England lost his head?

King Charles I was beheaded in Whitehall because he had made war upon his own subjects and invited a foreign(French) army to try to defeat his Cromwellian enemies.He was therefore guilty of high treason against the English people and the English state.

Who was the king in 1642?

King Charles The First (King of England) 1600 to 1649

Why did Charles I loose his head?

king Charles lost his head in the 1500 to the 1700! :)

What was the name of the English king who lost his head during the English civil war?

Charles I of England was the English king who lost his head during the English civil war.

When was King Charles the first king?

From the 27th of March 1625 to 1649

What king of England that lost the England civil war?

King Charles I, who lost his head as well!!

Why was Charles so unpopular?

King Charles I went against parliament and tried to start a second Civil War in England after he lost the first one; he was executed in 1649.

How long was the trial and execution of King Charles I?

Charles I (November 1600 to January 1649) was the King of England, Scotland and Ireland from 1625 until his execution in 1649. Charles was tried, convicted and executed on January 30, 1649, for high treason.

What happened in 1649 in whitehall London?

King Charles 1 was beheaded outside the Banqueting House, Whitehall, on 30th January 1649