Background of the Reunited KingdomEdit
When the nine ships of the Dúnedain reached the shores of Middle-earth and founded the Realms in Exile, Elendil became its first high king ruling for some 129 years until his death in Mordor during the Siege of Barad-dûr in SA 3441. His son then assumed the high kingship but on his way to the north to assume the throne he and his three sons ambushed and killed at the Gladden Fields. Afterwards the kingdoms became divided.
After the War of the RingEdit
With the defeat of Sauron and the fall of the Barad-dûr, Aragorn II Elessar, the rightful heir of both Elendil and Isildur became king of the Reunited Kingdom on May 1st TA 3019 ruling until FO 120. His son then became its second king.
All future kings came from the House of Telcontar, the royal house of the Reunited Kingdom formerly the House of Elendil.