1088: The English Rebel against William Rufus but he quashes the rebellion in July 1088
1089: Lanfranc dies
1095: Robert Mowbray's Rebellion. Mowbray was a Norman Baron. King William Rufus was hated by many Normans. The court of the Red King was described as being filled by "effeminate" young men in extravagant clothes mincing about in "shoes with curved points"
1096: October 1096: The Peoples Crusade, led by Peter the Hermit, was annihilated by the Turks in Anatolia
1099: Ranulf Flambard was made Bishop of Durham
1099: 1099 July 15: The soldiers of the First Crusade successfully scale the walls of Jerusalem and take the Holy city
1100: The death of King William II - William Rufus died on 2 August 1100 aged 40. He was shot by an arrow on a hunting trip in mysterious circumstances