1380:Henry married Mary de Bohun; they had two daughters and four sons.
1421) and Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester (1390-1447)
1399: King Richard II banished Henry Bolingbroke to France for ten years and took his lands
1399: Henry Bolingbroke landed in Yorkshire with an army provided by the King of France
1399: King Richard was captured, forced to abdicate and conceded the crown to his cousin - Henry of Lancaster ( Henry Bolingbroke )
1399: September 30, 1399: Henry succeeded to the throne of England
1399: The coronation of King Henry IV took place on October 13, 1399
1400: February 14, 1400: King Richard II died - believed murdered in Pontefract Castle
1400: Henry quashed the Welsh rebellion led by Owain Glyndwr who had declared himself Prince of Wales with the help of Prince Hal
1403: 7 February : King Henry IV married Joanna of Navarre (c. 1370-1437) - They had no children
1403: The Battle of Shrewsbury was fought on July 21, 1403: The Battle of Shrewsbury where King Henry quashed the rebellion of Henry Percy, 1st Earl of Northumberland ( Harry Hotspur) once again with the help of Prince Hal
1405: King Henry IV suffered from an unnamed illness - some believe leprosy, and suffered recurring illnesses up to his death
1410: The health of King Henry IV was so bad that his son, Prince Hal, took over many of his kingly duties
1413: March 20, 1413: King Henry IV, Henry Bolingbroke died in Westminster. He was buried at Canterbury Cathedral
1413: Prince Hal succeeded his father to the throne of England as King Henry V.