Events from the 1030s in England.
1030s in England Wikipedia
Monarch - Canute (to 12 November 1034), Harold Harefoot1030
King Canute invades Scotland and forces the submission of Malcolm II of Scotland.
12 November - King Canute dies and is succeeded by Harold Harefoot as King of England.
Harold's half-brother Harthacanute claims the throne.
Council of Oxford declares Harold regent for Harthacanute.
Harold seizes the royal treasury from Queen Emma of Normandy.
c. 5 February - Godwin of Wessex kills Alfred Aetheling when the latter launches an unsuccessful attempt to restore the Anglo-Saxon House of Wessex.
Harold recognised as King of England in his own right.
Harold exiles Emma to Bruges.
Edsige enthroned as Archbishop of Canterbury.
Unsuccessful English invasion of Wales.
Anselm of Canterbury, Archbishop of Canterbury (died 1109)
Hereward the Wake, rebel
12 November - King Canute the Great (born c. 995, Denmark)
c. 5 February - Alfred Aetheling, Anglo-Saxon prince
29 October - Aethelnoth, Archbishop of Canterbury
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