William The Conqueror Biography

William The Conqueror 
William I of England (around 1027-9 September 1087), also known as William the Conqueror (French: Guillaume le Conquérant) or William of Normandy. He was born in Falaise, a town in Normandy, France.
William the Conqueror led the attack on the Normans, Bretania, Flanders, and France against England, because he claimed that Edward the Confessor had promised him before his death became the successor to the throne of England. But Harold Godwindson also claimed the throne, so that sparked the fighting in Hastings. British troops under the leadership of Harold defeated after a win at Stamford Bridge to face Normadia. William became King of England when he had won the Battle of Hastings in 1066.

William married Matilda of Flanders in 1053. William is known to have nine children, though a daughter named Matilda, who died ten virgins when it is mentioned in several sources. Several other girls also mentioned his name not be explained with figures engaged nobility at that time.
William died when he was in Rouen, France, from wounds he sustained from a fall from a horse. He was replaced by his son William II of England.

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