King George II died on the 25th October 1760. Born in Hanover in Germany, George was the last foreign-born British monarch. George succeeded his father, George I to the throne in 1727.
On the morning of 25th October 1760, George partook of his ritualistic cup of hot chocolate prior to a stint on his close stool where his body was later discovered.
George II was succeeded by his broadly popular grandson, George III.