Henry II (13 January 1334 – 29 May 1379), called Henry of Trastámara or the Fratricidal (el Fratricida), was the first King of Castile and León from the House of Trastámara. He became king in 1369 by defeating his half-brother Peter the Cruel, after numerous rebellions and battles.
Henry II, also called (until 1369) Enrique, conde (count) de Trastámara, byname Henry of Trastámara, Henry the Fratricide, or The Bastard, Spanish Enrique de Trastámara, Enrique El Fratricida, El Bastardo, or El de las Mercedes (“He of the Largesse”), (born 1333—died May 29, 1379, Burgos, Castile [Spain]), king of Castile from 1369, founder of the house of Trastámara, which lasted until 1504.
Henry II of Castile (Seville, 13 January 1334 – Santo Domingo de la Calzada, 29 May 1379) was the first King of Castile and León from the House of Trastámara. He became king in 1369 by defeating his half-brother, king Peter I of Castile , after numerous rebellions and battles.
Henry I, (born 1203—died June 6, 1217, Palencia, Castile [Spain]), king of Castile from 1214 to 1217. Henry was the son of Alfonso VIII of Castile and his wife Eleanor, daughter of Henry II of England, after whom he was named. He was killed, while still a boy, by the fall of a tile from a roof.
Henry III King of Castile, Galicia, and León 1379–1406 r. 1390–1406: Ferdinand I King of Aragon 1380–1416: Eleanor of Alburquerque 1374–1435: John Constable of Portugal 1400–1442: Maria 1401–1458: Alfonso V King of Aragon 1396–1458: Catherine 1403–1439: Henry Duke of Villena 1400–1445: Maria of Aragon 1396–1445: John II King of Castile, Galicia, and León
Henry II of Castile Profession: King of Castile and León Nationality: Spanish Born: January 13, 1334 Birthplace: Seville, Spain Star Sign: Capricorn Died: May 29, 1379 (aged 45) Historical Events
Henry III of Castile (4 October 1379 – 25 December 1406), called the Suffering due to his ill health (Spanish: Enrique el Doliente, Galician: Henrique o Doente ), was the son of John I and Eleanor of Aragon.  He succeeded his father as King of Castile in 1390. Contents 1 Birth and education 2 Marriage 3 Prince of Asturias 4 Reign 5 Tomb
Henry IV of Castile ( Castilian: Enrique IV; 5 January 1425 – 11 December 1474), nicknamed the Impotent, was King of Castile and León and the last of the weak late-medieval kings of Castile and León. During Henry's reign, the nobles became more powerful and the nation became less centralised. Early life [ edit]
Henry I of Castile (14 April 1204  – 6 June 1217) was king of Castile. He was the son of Alfonso VIII of Castile and Eleanor of England, Queen of Castile (daughter of Henry II of England and Eleanor of Aquitaine ).  He was the brother of Berenguela and Mafalda of Castile. 
As heiress of Castile, the question of Isabella’s future marriage became a matter of increasing diplomatic activity at home and abroad. Portugal, Aragon, and France each put forward a marriage candidate. Henry seems to have wanted his half sister to marry Afonso V, king of Portugal. As between the Portuguese and Aragonese candidates, she herself, no doubt assisted in her decision by her small group of councillors, came down in favour of Ferdinand of Aragon.