Full Name: Charles I [Charles Stuart]
Profession: King of England
Why Famous: Lost the English Civil War, executed in Whitehall, London - but wore an extra shirt because he did not want shivers due to the cold to be misinterpreted as fear.
- 1625-06-13 English king Charles I marries French princess Henriette
- 1625-03-27 Charles I, King Of England, Scotland & Ireland, ascends English throne
- 1626-06-15 King Charles I disbands English parliament
- 1627-06-02 English king Charles I establishes Guyana Company
- 1628-03-01 Writs are issued in February by Charles I of England mandating that every county in England (not just seaport towns) pay ship tax by this date.
- 1628-03-04 England's King Charles I grants a royal charter to Massachusetts Bay Colony
- 1628-06-07 English King Charles I ratifies the Petition of Rights
- 1629-03-02 English King Charles I dissolves Parliament against opposition, imprisoning 9 members of parliament
- 1629-03-10 King Charles I dissolved Parliament; he recalled it 11 years later
- 1629-10-30 King Charles I gives Bahamas to Sir Robert Heath
- 1634-10-20 British King Charles I disbands new "Ship Money" tax
- 1640-08-28 Second Bishop's War: King Charles I's English army loses to a Scottish Covenanter force at the Battle of Newburn
- 1640-08-29 English King Charles I signed a peace treaty with Scotland
- 1641-02-16 English king Charles I accepts Triennial Act requiring that Parliament meet for at least a fifty-day session once every three years.
- 1642-01-04 King Charles I with 400 soldiers attacks the English parliament
- 1642-01-10 King Charles I & family flee London for Oxford
- 1642-05-30 All honours granted by Charles I are retrospectively annulled by Parliament
- 1642-10-23 Battle of Edgehill (Warwickshire): King Charles I beat English parliamentarian forces
- 1642-11-13 Battle at Turnham Green outside London: King Charles I vs English parliament
- 1643-09-20 First Battle of Newbury (English civil war): King Charles I's forces beaten by a parliamentary army led by the Earl of Essex and Philip Stapleton
- 1644-10-27 Second Battle of Newbury: King Charles I beats parliamentary armies
- 1645-06-14 Battle of Naseby, Leicestershire: "New Model Army" under Oliver Cromwell & Thomas Fairfax beat royalists forces of English King Charles I
- 1646-04-27 King Charles I flees Oxford
- 1646-05-05 King Charles I surrenders in Scotland
- 1646-07-30 English parliament sets king Charles I Newcastle Propositions
- 1647-01-23 Scottish Presbyterians sell captured Charles I to English parliament
- 1647-01-30 Scots agree to sell King Charles I to English Parliament for £400
- 1647-06-04 English Parliamentary army under Cornet George Joyce takes King Charles I as a prisoner during Second Civil War
- 1648-04-22 English army claims king Charles I responsible for bloodshed
- 1648-11-30 English Parliamentary army captures King Charles I
- 1649-01-06 The English Rump Parliament votes to put Charles I on trial for treason and other "high crimes"
- 1660-10-17 Nine Regicides, the men who signed the death warrant of Charles I, are hanged, drawn and quartered, another is hanged.