William IV Quiz

1) When did William IV become the King of UK?
a) 12 January 1820
b) 26 June 1830
c) 5 July 1826
d) 3 November 1832

2) When was William IV born?
a) 12 February 1760
b) 14 May 1750
c) 21 August 1765
d) 11 November 1768

3) Where was William IV born?
a) Bristol
b) Dublin
c) London
d) Edinburgh

4) When was William IV crowned?
a) 31 March 1840
b) 22 April 1832
c) 8 September 1831
d) 21 December 1846

5) Which of the following kingdoms was ruled by William IV?
a) Naples
b) Denmark
c) Sweden
d) Hanover

6) Which Act passed in 1832 allowed more people to vote?
a) Succession Act
b) Conscription Act
c) Reform Act
d) Coal Act

7) Which Tory was appointed Prime Minister by William IV in 1834?
a) John Russell
b) Henry Brougham
c) Edward Heath
d) Robert Peel

8) What happened to two legitimate daughters of William IV?
a) They succeeded him to the throne.
b) One succeeded. One did not succeed.
c) Both died before him.
d) Their husbands succeeded to the throne.

9) When did William IV die?
a) 9 January 1873
b) 20 June 1837
c) 21 August 1874
d) 19 October 1876

10) Where did William IV die?
a) Yorkshire
b) Hampshire
c) Berkshire
d) New York

William IV Quiz Questions with Answers

1) When did William IV become the King of UK?
b) 26 June 1830

2) When was William IV born?
c) 21 August 1765

3) Where was William IV born?
c) London

4) When was William IV crowned?
c) 8 September 1831

5) Which of the following kingdoms was ruled by William IV?
d) Hanover

6) Which Act passed in 1832 allowed more people to vote?
c) Reform Act

7) Which Tory was appointed Prime Minister by William IV in 1834?
d) Robert Peel

8) What happened to two legitimate daughters of William IV?
c) Both died before him.

9) When did William IV die?
b) 20 June 1837

10) Where did William IV die?
c) Berkshire

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Updated: July 1, 2016 — 9:58 pm

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