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1068 CE: Henry I of England is born in Selby, Yorkshire.
1100 CE - 1135 CE: Reign of Henry I of England.
1100 CE: Henry I of England is crowned in Westminster Abbey.
1100 CE: Henry I of England marries Matilda (Edith) who becomes Queen of England.
1101 CE: Henry I of England negotiates a peace deal with his brother Robert Curthose, Duke of Normandy.
1102 CE: Matilda (aka Empress Matilda), daughter of Henry I of England, is born. With no male heir, the king nominates her as his successor.
1106 CE: Henry I of England sends an army to invade Normandy.
1106 CE: Henry I of England defeats his brother Robert Curthose in a pitched battle at Tinchebrai in Normandy.
1109 CE: First recorded meeting of the Exchequer, an accounting body created to monitor the English king's finances and debtors.
1114 CE: Alexander I of Scotland leads an army to assist Henry I of England in his campaigns in Wales.
1120 CE: William, the heir of Henry I of England, and his younger brother Richard drown in the English Channel when onboard the ill-fated White Ship.
1121 CE: Henry I of England marries his second wife Adeliza.
1127 CE: Rochester Castle is granted to the bishops of Rochester in perpetuity by Henry I of England.
1135 CE: Henry I of England dies of natural causes at Saint Denis-le-Fermont in Rouen, Normandy.
1135 CE: Stephen of Blois is crowned king of England in Westminster Abbey.