|LC control no.||n 2009052484
|Personal name heading||Henry, King of England, 1155-1183
|Variant(s)||Henry, the Young King, King of England, 1155-1183
Plantagenet, Henry, 1155-1183
|Found in||LCCN 26027048: Moore, O.H. The young king, Henry Plantagenet (1155-1183), 1925.
Wikipedia, Aug. 19, 2009 (Henry the Young King; Henry, known as the Young King; b. Feb. 28, 1155; d. June 11, 1183; second of five sons of King Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine; in June 1170 the fifteen-year-old Henry was crowned king during his father's lifetime, an adoption into England of the practice of French Capetian dynasty; known in his own lifetime as "Henry the Young King" to distinguish him from the elder King Henry his father; because he predeceased his father, he is not counted in the numerical succession of kings of England