Multiple people; the Tudor family ruled for a good part of it though-
Henry VII, Henry VIII, and Elizabeth I
There were multiple kings in England during the Renaissance period. King Henry VIII and Edward VI both ruled in the Renaissance period.
Charlemagne was the frankish king that ruled during The Carolingian Renaissance.
king Alfred ruled over England
It started during Charles VIII's rule til Henry IV's death.
There was only one King Stephen who ruled England. He was king in the 11th century
There were many king Edwards, all of England, and none in France. The only Edward that can possibly be linked to the renaissance, Edward VI of England, only ruled for 6 years (1547 - 1553) and was underage during his reign. The English renaissance was just starting at that time. Ill leave it up to you to decide whether he was part of the renaissance or not. His reign took place in its era, but he himself did not contribute anything to it.
The hierachy in England during the 1550's was a monarchy ruled by King Henrey VIII.
King George V ruled England in 1920.
The king during the Carolingian Renaissance was called Charlemagne.
Oliver Cromwell ruled England when there was no king or queen from 1649-1660
in 1663 the carolina colony was it owned and ruled by the king of england
In 1799, england was ruled by the King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, king George III.
Edward III was the King of England in 1348, and ruled over it as such in 1348.
King George III, ( mad, king George) if it's the American war of Independence,
i believe it was king James i am not very sure
James I was King of England in 1613.
King James also ruled Scotland.
King George III of England
During the 15th century, the Plantagenets ruled England. Between 1343 and 1400 Edward III (r. 1327-1377) and Richard II (r.1377-1399) ruled England.
Edward the Confessor was King of England until 1066, when he was overthrown during the Norman Conquest and replaced by William the Conqueror. He was the last King of the House of Wessex.
King James I ruled England in 1603-1625 when Elizabeth I died.