This is a timeline of the Henry I Dies In 1100 universe.
1100 Aug 2 William II Rufus of England, eldest son of William the Conqueror, dies. Aug 5 Henry I Beauclerc is crowned as King of England in contravention of the agreement between his brothers. Henry dies in his sleep that night. Aug 6 The English barons agree to accept Robert of Normandy, Henry's older brother and legitimate heir, as King of England. But the Scots refute treaties with the Norman dynasty and recognize Edgar Atheling (1051-1125) as king.
1125 Edgar Atheling dies. Although David I of Scotland claims the English throne as well as the Earldom of Northumbria, the Norman succession seems secure.
1128 Jul 28 William Clito, son of Robert I of England, dies. Robert I recognizes his nephew Theobald of Champagne and of Boulogne.
1134 Feb 2 Robert I, King of England and Duke of Normandy, dies. Theobald of Champagne becomes Theobald I of England.
1152 Theobald I dies. His son becomes Henry II of England.
1153 May 24 Alexander I of Scotland and England dies. His grandson becomes Malcolm IV of Scotland and I of England.
1165 Dec 9 Malcolm IV & I dies. His brother becomes William I of Scotland & III of England.
1181 Henry II of England dies. His son becomes Henry III of England.
1192 Henry III of England becomes King of Jerusalem. He abdicates the throne of England in favor of his brother Theobald II of England.
1201 Theobald II of England, dies. His posthumous son becomes Theobald III of England.
1201-1222 Civil war in England and Champagne allow Scottish annexation of southern England.
c. 1201-1290 England is completely under Scots Rule.
1214 Dec 4 William I & II dies. His son becomes Alexander II of Scotland and England.
1234 Theobald ex-III of England inherits the Kingdom of Navarre.
1249 Jul 6 Alexander II dies. His son becomes Alexander III of Scotland and England.
1253 Theobald ex-III of England & I of Navarre dies. His son becomes Theobald II of Navarre (IV of England)
1270 Dec 4 Theobald II (IV) dies. His brother becomes Henry I of Navarre (V of England)
1274 Henry I of Navarre (V of England) dies. His daughter Jeanne becomes Joan I of Navarre (I of England). Navarre passes into the French royal demesne.
1286 Mar 19 Alexander III of Scotland and England dies. Margaret Maid of Norway becomes Margaret I of Scotland and England.
1290 Margaret I of Scotland and England dies. Civil War ensues. The Anglo-Scottish throne has fourteen candidates. The English throne is claimed by Joan I of Navarre and the French princes via Theobald II of England and by Henry II of Cyprus via Theobald’s brother Henry IV of England. The French forces win.
c. 1290-1328 Frenco-Navarrese rule of England.
1305 Apr 2 Joan I of Navarre and England dies. Her son Louis becomes Louis I of Navarre and England.
1314 Nov 29 Philip IV of France dies. His son Louis I of Navarre and England becomes also Louis X of France.
1316 June 5 Louis X of France & I of Navarre and England dies. Nov. 15 John I of France, Navarre, and England is born. Nov. 20 John I of France, Navarre, and England dies. His uncle becomes Philip V of France, II of Navarre, and I of England.
1322 Jan 3 Philip V & II & I dies. His brother becomes Charles IV of France and I of Navarre and England.
1328 Feb. 1 Charles IV & I & I dies. His uncle becomes Philip VI of France. The daughter of Charles IV of France and I of Navarre & England becomes Joan II of Navarre & England.
1328-1441 England under Navarran rule.
1349 Joan II of Navarre & England dies. Her son becomes Charles II of Navarre & France.
1387 Charles II of Navarre & England dies. His son becomes Charles III of Navarre & France.
1425 Charles III of Navarre & England dies. His daughter becomes Blanche I of Navarre & England.
1441 Blanche I of Navarre & England dies. Her husband John II of Aragon claims Navarre & England (as John II & II) for life.
1441-1479 England under Aragonese rule.
1457 Blanche’s son Charles is given England to rule as Charles IV.
1461 Charles IV of England dies (poisoned?). John II of Aragon seizes control again.
1479 John II of Aragon, Navarre, and England dies. His daughter Eleanor of Navarre & England is briefly Queen, then her grandson Francis Phoebus of Foix as Francis I of Navarre & England. Aragon passes to Ferdinand II.
1479-1589 England under Navarrese rule.
1483 Francis I of Navarre & England dies. His sister becomes Catherine I of Navarre & England.
1512 Catherine I of Navarre & England dies. Her son becomes Henry II of Navarre & VI of England.
1555 Henry II of Navarre & VI of England dies. His daughter becomes Joan III of Navarre and England.
1572 Joan III of Navarre & England, a staunch Calvinist, dies. Her son becomes Henry III of Navarre & VII of England.
1589 Henry III of Navarrre & VII of England becomes also Henry IV of France.
1589-1795 England under French rule.
1610 May 14 Henry III & VII & IV dies. His son becomes Louis II of Navarre and England and XIII of France.
1642 The Puritan uprising in England swells
1645 Oliver Cromwell is executed.
1682 Jacobia is named for James VII of Scotland and separated from the northern colonies of New Scotland.
1699 Jacobia receives its first permanent settlement.
1722 New Edinburgh on the Mississippie River becomes the capital of Jacobia.
1762 Jacobia, Scottish and Protestant, is handed over in part to Spain, in part to England-France, both of which are Catholic.
The Age of Revolution
1776 The Anglo-French colonies rebel to form the Confederation of American States.
1789 The French Revolution begins. England remains monarchist.
1800 Napoleon attempts to sell Spanish Jacobia (now the only Jacobia) back to Scotland.
1803 Alexander Hamilton, a republican Jacobian politician and promoter of economic improvements, begins a revolution to make Jacobia an independent country called Jacob's Land.
1810-1821 The Mexican Revolutionary War results in the establishment of the Empire of New Mexico.
1819 Spain cedes Florida to the CAS.
1843 The capital of Jacob's Land moves.
1861 Jacob's Land becomes involved in the CAS's civil war on the side of the northern AS states.