اۆچونجو ویلیام (اینگیلیس)

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William III & II
King William III of England, (1650-1702) (lighter).jpg
Portrait by Sir Godfrey Kneller, 1680s
King of England, Scotland and Ireland (more ...)
شاه‌لیق 1689[۱] – 8 March 1702
تاج قویما 11 April 1689
قاباقکی James II & VII
واریث آنا ایستوارت
Co-monarch ایکینجی ماری (اینگیلیس)
Stadtholder of Holland, Zeeland, Utrecht, Gelderland and Overijssel
شاه‌لیق 4 July 1672 – 8 March 1702
قاباقکی William II
واریث William IV
Prince of Orange
شاه‌لیق 4 November 1650[۲] –
8 March 1702
قاباقکی William II
واریث John William Friso
دوغوم 4 November 1650
[N.S.: 14 November 1650][۲]
Binnenhof, The Hague, یئددی بیرلشمیش ایالت جومهوریتی
اولوم 8 March 1702 (aged 51)
[N.S.: 19 March 1702]
Kensington Palace, لندن, اینگیلیس شاهلیغی
دفن 12 April 1702
Westminster Abbey, London
Spouse ایکینجی ماری (اینگیلیس) (ائولی ۱۶۷۷–۱۶۹۴)
ائو Orange-Nassau
آتا William II, Prince of Orange
آنا Mary, Princess Royal
دین پروتستانیزم
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اۆچونجو ویلیام (اینگیلیس) (اینگیلیسی‌جه: William III of England) بیر شاهزاده ایدی. ۱۶۸۹ – ۸ مارس ۱۷۰۲ ایل‌لر آراسیندا حؤکومت ائدیب. مسیحیت دینینه اعتیقاد ائتمیشدی.

  1. William was declared King by the Parliament of England on 13 February 1689 and by the Parliament of Scotland on 11 April 1689.
  2. ۲٫۰ ۲٫۱ During William's lifetime, two calendars were in use in Europe: the Old Style Julian calendar in Britain and parts of Northern and Eastern Europe, and the New Style میلادی تقویم elsewhere, including William's birthplace in the Netherlands. At the time of William's birth, Gregorian dates were ten days ahead of Julian dates: thus William was born on 14 November 1650 by Gregorian reckoning, but on 4 November 1650 by Julian. At William's death, Gregorian dates were eleven days ahead of Julian dates. He died on 19 March 1702 by the Gregorian calendar, and on 8 March 1702 by the standard Julian calendar. (However, the English New Year fell on 25 March, so by English reckoning of the time, William died on 8 March 1701.) Unless otherwise noted, dates in this article follow the Julian calendar with New Year falling on 1 January.