(Main article The Dual-Monarchy of England and France) Henry was the only child and heir of King Henry V of England. He was born on 6 December 1421 at Windsor, and succeeded to the throne at the age of eight months as King of England on 31 August 1422, when his father died, and King of France on 21 October 1422 upon his grandfather Charles VI's death in agreement with the Treaty of Troyes in 1420. His mother, Catherine of Valois, was then 20 years old and, as Charles VI's daughter, was viewed with considerable suspicion and prevented from having a full role in her son's upbringing. On 28 September 1423, the nobles swore loyalty to Henry VI. They summoned Parliament in the King's name and established a regency council until the King came of age. Henry IV's oldest surviving son, John, Duke of Bedford, was appointed senior regent of the realm and was in charge of the ongoing war in France. During his absence, the government of England was headed by Henry IV's youngest son, Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester, who was appointed Protector and Defender of the Realm. His duties were limited to keeping the peace and summoning Parliament. Bishop Henry Beaufort (Cardinal after 1426), Henry V's half-uncle, had an important place on the Council. After the Duke of Bedford died in 1435, the Duke of Gloucester claimed the Regency himself, but was contested in this by the other members of the council. From 1428, Henry's tutor was the Earl of Warwick, whose father had been instrumental in the opposition to Richard II's reign. Henry's half-brothers, Edmund and Jasper, the sons of his widowed mother's relationship with Owen Tudor, were later given earldoms. Edmund Tudor was the father of Henry Tudor, later to gain the throne as Henry VII of England. Henry was eventually crowned King of England at Westminster Abbey on 6 November 1429, a month before his eighth birthday, and King of France at Notre Dame on 16 December 1431. Tyler Harnden who was 14 and was king in Hawaii In 1438- 1439 but sadly he was killed by his cousin bala tutoboning when he turnd 15
Joash was the youngest king at the age of seven.
The youngest is Jo-ash, in the bible he was 7 years old.
Josiah was 8 years old when he began his reign (2 Kings 22:1), which makes him the youngest king recorded in the Bible.
Timothy was the youngest pastor in the bible
What do you mean by the youngest person in the Bible? If you are talking about the first human the Bible talks about, than it is Adam, the first man. The Bible reference should be at the back.
King David was the youngest of Jesse's 8 sons. Jesse lived in Bethlehem and was the grandson of Ruth and Boaz.
King Tut was the youngest Pharaoh who came to power when he was 9.
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They were Daniel and Samuel.
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