November 13, 1002 - English King Æthelred (the Unready) ordered the killing of all the Danes in England.
November 13, 1312 - Edward III is born at Windsor.
November 14, 1060 – Geoffrey II, Count of Anjou, died.
November 14, 1501 - Arthur, Prince of Wales, son of Henry VII, and Katherine of Aragon were married at St. Paul's Cathedral.
November 14, 1948 - Prince Charles, son of Queen Elizabeth II, was born at Buckingham Palace.
November 15, 1515 - Thomas Wolsey is invested as a Cardinal.
November 16, 1272 - Henry III died at the Palace of Westminster.
November 16, 2010 - Prince William, son of the Prince of Wales, announces he is going to marry his longtime girl friend.
November 17, 1326 - Edmund FitzAlan, Earl of Arundel, is executed by Queen Isabella and her lover, Roger Mortimer, after their invasion of England and the capture of Edward II.
November 17, 1534 - Parliament passes the Act of Supremacy which make Henry VIII the Supreme Head of the Church of England.
November 17, 1558 - Mary I died at St. James Palace. Her half sister Elizabeth became Queen.
November 17, 1558 - Reginald Pole, the last Catholic Archbishop of Canterbury, died from an illness only a few hours after his Queen.
November 17, 1796 - Catherine the Great of Russia died in St. Petersburg.
November 18, 1590 - George Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury, died at home. He is probably best known as Mary, Queen of Scots' long time jailer. She was in his custody for eighteen years.
November 19, 1600 - The future Charles I was born at Dunfermline Palace in Scotland. His father would become King of England in 3 years.
November 19, 1620 - The Mayflower arrived at Cape Cod.
November 19, 1703 - The Man in the Iron Mask, a mysterious French prisoner, dies.