King William I, was the Norman, William the Conquer, of the Battle of Hastings 1066 fame, and a catholic! So I don't see catholics hating him.
I suspect that the questioner mean King William of Orange, who was a protestant?
King of England
In England King William I, the Conqueror, was succeeded by his son, William II, William RufusHis third (and favourite) son William (Rufus) II who reigned until 1100 when he was shot by by a stray arrow during a hunt.
King William the First, the Conqueror, lived in Normandy. He later conquered England, took the crown, and resided in England.
William, Duke of Normandy, beat King Harold and his Anglo-Saxon army at Senlac Hill near Hastings in October 1066. He was then known as William 1 and William the Conqueror.
William Wallace did not have 'power' at that time. Robert the Bruce became King shortly afterwards.
Because the Authorized Version Bible is against catholic tradition that was not and is not Biblical doctrine.
1. The Catholics were guilty for attempted murder of the King. 2. The Catholics were framed by Robert Cecil.
NO!! Queen elizabeth I hated catholics! She had many catholics killed as she was a dedicated protestant.
William 1 (William the Conqueror)
William II (William Rufus)
No, William Rufus was William the Conqueror's son. William I = William the Conqueror William II = William Rufus
John William King is 5' 11 1/2".
Yes. He was William 1, Duke of Normandy.
in 1066 if that was in the battle of hastings