The political structure of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland has changed several times through history, and these changes have brought about changes to the official title of the monarch.
There has not been a king (or queen) of England since 1707.
During his reign, on 1st January 1801, the crowns of Great Britain and Ireland were united and he then became "King of Great Britain and Ireland"
King George III reigned from 25th October 1760 until his death on 29th January 1820.
He was not the King of England.
On 1st January 1801 the kingdoms were united and he became "King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland."
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There has not been a King or queen of England since 1707.
In 1791, the British monarch was King George III and he was, at that date, King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain, and separately King of Ireland.
There was no king of England in 1783. England by then had merged with Scotland to form Great Britain. The first and only king of Great Britain in 1783 was His Britannic Majesty George III
Queen Anne was the Monarch
Stephen I of England was king
i bealive it was King George... :3
England, as a united country.
King John succeeded his brother King Richard (Richard the Lionheart) in 1199.
He saw it first on the 13th of March 1781, in his back garden at 19 New King Street in the town of Bath, Somerset, England.
The king of England in 1605 was King James I
Uranus is the answer, discovered by William Herschel in England.
He was the King of England and head of the Church Of England. That was his job.
The king of England
He was the king of england
King George III was the King of England from 1760 to 1820.
King Richard i (The Lion Heart) was king of england
the king oh england
England currently has no King.
I think Stephen is the best medivle king of England and Henry the I is the worst king of England