The Normans brought the first Feudal system of government into England after the conquest of 1066. They were the first to be known as King of England and later King of Great Britain. The below list covers the Norman Kings of England from 1066 to the end of the Norman line with Henry IV seizing the throne from Richard II in AD1399.
In 1397 King Richard II moved against his enemies. Thomas of Woodstock, 1st Duke of Gloucester was arrested and likely murdered. Henry Bolingbroke was exiled and remained dangerous. Ignoring the dangers King Richard II went to Ireland to expand his kingdom.
While King Richard II was campaigning for the glory of England Henry Bolingbroke returned from France and seized the throne, becoming King Henry IV's from 1399 to 1413. Despite being a popular coup, many aristocrats and the populous regarded the new Lancastrian dynasty as illegitimate.
The now illegitimate King Henry Bolingbroke had King Richard II murdered in Pontefract castle in 1400. This, unfortunately, ended the Angevin Line. Future monarchs were no longer "Norman."
Richard being taken into custody by the Earl of Northumberland (Froissart)