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Coenred

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Wessex, England
Death: Died in Wessex, England
Immediate Family:

Son of Ceolweald; Creowald Prince of Wessex and Unknown Wife
Husband of Unknown Wife
Father of Ingild; Cwenburh or Cwenberga (not Cwengyth) Princess of Wessex, Abbess of Wimbourne, Lady Of Somerset; Cuthburh, Abbess Of Barking; Cwengyth and Ine, King of Wessex

Occupation: King of the West Saxons, Did not rule. Was the father of king Ina., Did not rule
Managed by: Sally Gene Cole
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About Coenred

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coenred_of_Wessex

Cenred of Wessex was a member of the House of Wessex and a member of the direct male line from Cynric to Egbert. It is possible that Cenred ruled alongside his son Ine for a period. There is weak evidence for joint kingships, and stronger evidence of subkings reigning under a dominant ruler in Wessex, not long before his time.[1] Ine acknowledges his father's help in his code of laws,[2] and there is also a surviving land-grant that indicates Cenred was still reigning in Wessex after Ine's accession.[3][4]

His father was Ceolwald of Wessex. Cenred had at least four children; Ine of Wessex, who went on to be one of the most successful kings of the West Saxons; Ingild of Wessex, who continued the royal line through his son Eoppa; and Cuthburga, who married the powerful Northumbrian king Aldfrith, and who became abbess of Wimborne. There may also have been another daughter who was married to King Aethelfrith of Wessex, but this claim may have been substantiated to further Aethelheard's claim to the throne.

Bron:

Persoonlijke gegevens Cenred van West-Saksen ♂

[ Bron 1 ]

Geboren in 644 te Kenweatth (Gb).

Overleden in 672.

Beroep: Koning van de West-Saksen.

Gezin Cenred van West-Saksen

Getrouwd met (Niet openbaar).

Onbekende relatie.

Kind(eren):

Ingild van West-Saksen

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Cenred of Wessex was a member of the House of Wessex. Although a member of the direct male line from Cynric to Egbert, Cenred was never king due to usurpations by junior branches of the family (see House of Wessex family tree). He was born c. 640 and his death date is unknown.

His father was Ceolwald of Wessex. Cenred had at least four children; Ine of Wessex, who went on to be one of the most successful kings of the West Saxons; Ingild of Wessex, who continued the royal line through his son Eoppa; and Cuthburga, who married the powerful Northumbrian king Aldfrith, and who became abbess of Wimborne. There may also have been another daughter who was married to King Aethelfrith of Wessex, but this claim may have been substantiated to further Aethelheard's claim to the throne.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cenred_of_Wessex

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Cenred of Wessex was a member of the House of Wessex and a member of the direct male line from Cynric to Egbert. It is possible that Cenred ruled alongside his son Ine for a period. There is weak evidence for joint kingships, and stronger evidence of subkings reigning under a dominant ruler in Wessex, not long before his time. Ine acknowledges his father's help in his code of laws, and there is also a surviving land-grant that indicates Cenred was still reigning in Wessex after Ine's accession.

His father was Ceolwald of Wessex. Cenred had at least four children; Ine of Wessex, who went on to be one of the most successful kings of the West Saxons; Ingild of Wessex, who continued the royal line through his son Eoppa; and Cuthburga, who married the powerful Northumbrian king Aldfrith, and who became abbess of Wimborne. There may also have been another daughter who was married to King Aethelfrith of Wessex, but this claim may have been substantiated to further Aethelheard's claim to the throne.

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Cenred of Wessex was a member of the House of Wessex and a member of the direct male line from Cynric to Egbert. It is possible that Cenred ruled alongside his son Ine for a period. There is weak evidence for joint kingships, and stronger evidence of subkings reigning under a dominant ruler in Wessex, not long before his time.[1] Ine acknowledges his father's help in his code of laws,[2] and there is also a surviving land-grant that indicates Cenred was still reigning in Wessex after Ine's accession.[3][4]

His father was Ceolwald of Wessex. Cenred had at least four children; Ine of Wessex, who went on to be one of the most successful kings of the West Saxons; Ingild of Wessex, who continued the royal line through his son Eoppa; and Cuthburga, who married the powerful Northumbrian king Aldfrith, and who became abbess of Wimborne. There may also have been another daughter who was married to King Aethelfrith of Wessex, but this claim may have been substantiated to further Aethelheard's claim to the throne.

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Cynric of Wessex ruled as king of Wessex from 534 to 560. Everything known about him comes from the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. There he is stated to have been the son of Cerdic, and also (in the regnal list in the preface) to have been the son of Cerdic's son, Creoda. During his reign he is said to have captured Searobyrig or Old Sarum, near Salisbury, in 552, and that in 556 he and his son Ceawlin won a battle against the Britons at Beranburh, now identified as Barbury Castle.[1] If these dates are accurate, then it is unlikely that the earlier entries in the chronicle, starting with his arrival in Britain with his father Cerdic in 495, are correct. David Dumville has suggested that his true regnal dates are 554-581.

The name Cynric has a straightforward Old English etymology meaning "kin-ruler." However, as both his predecessor, Cerdic, and successor, Ceawlin, have Celtic names an alternative etymology has been postulated from "cunorix" which would mean "hound-king" in Old British (rendered as "cynwrig" in Old Welsh).[2] In 1967 a stone was found at Wroxeter in a Sub-Roman context with the inscription CUNORIX MACUS MA QVI COLINE.[3] This wording contains both the name Cunorix and another which is reminiscent of "Ceawlin."

In the 2004 film King Arthur, Cerdic and Cynric were depicted as Saxon invaders, and were killed, respectively, by King Arthur and Lancelot at the Battle of Badon Hill (Mons Badonicus). Cynric was portrayed by Til Schweiger.

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Cenred of Wessex

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Cenred of Wessex was a member of the House of Wessex and a member of the direct male line from Cynric to Egbert. It is possible that Cenred ruled alongside his son Ine for a period. There is weak evidence for joint kingships, and stronger evidence of subkings reigning under a dominant ruler in Wessex, not long before his time.[1] Ine acknowledges his father's help in his code of laws,[2] and there is also a surviving land-grant that indicates Cenred was still reigning in Wessex after Ine's accession.[3][4]

His father was Ceolwald of Wessex. Cenred had at least four children; Ine of Wessex, who went on to be one of the most successful kings of the West Saxons; Ingild of Wessex, who continued the royal line through his son Eoppa; and Cuthburga, who married the powerful Northumbrian king Aldfrith, and who became abbess of Wimborne. There may also have been another daughter who was married to King Aethelfrith of Wessex, but this claim may have been substantiated to further Aethelheard's claim to the throne.

Notes

  1. ^ Yorke, Kings and Kingdoms, p.145–146
  2. ^ Kirby, Earliest English Kings, p. 122.
  3. ^ "Anglo-Saxons.net S 1164". http://www.anglo-saxons.net/hwaet/?do=seek&query=S+1164. Retrieved 4 July 2007. 
  4. ^ Kirby, Earliest English Kings, p. 120.

References

Primary sources

   * Ine's charters at Anglo-Saxons.net

Secondary sources

   * Kirby, D.P. (1992). The Earliest English Kings. London: Routledge. ISBN 0-415-09086-5. 
   * Yorke, Barbara (1990). Kings and Kingdoms of Early Anglo-Saxon England. London: Seaby. ISBN 1-85264-027-8.

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CENRED7 (Ceolwald6, Cutha5, Cuthwine4, Cealwine of WESSEX3, Cynric2, Cerdic1), son of (6) Ceolwald6 _____, was born between 592 and 680, and died in 694

Children:

Name Cenred

Occupation under ruler in Sommerset; acceded 694

Father Ceolwold

Unmarried

Children

1 M Ingild

Death 0718

2 M Ine

3 F Cwenburh

4 F Cuthburh

i. KING INA8, d. in 728.

+ ii. INGILD, d. in 718.

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Cenred of Wessex was a member of the House of Wessex and a member of the direct male line from Cynric to Egbert. It is possible that Cenred ruled alongside his son Ine for a period. There is weak evidence for joint kingships, and stronger evidence of subkings reigning under a dominant ruler in Wessex, not long before his time.[1] Ine acknowledges his father's help in his code of laws,[2] and there is also a surviving land-grant that indicates Cenred was still reigning in Wessex after Ine's accession.[3][4]

His father was Ceolwald of Wessex. Cenred had at least four children; Ine of Wessex, who went on to be one of the most successful kings of the West Saxons; Ingild of Wessex, who continued the royal line through his son Eoppa; and Cuthburga, who married the powerful Northumbrian king Aldfrith, and who became abbess of Wimborne. There may also have been another daughter who was married to King Aethelfrith of Wessex, but this claim may have been substantiated to further Aethelheard's claim to the throne.

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B: Abt 644 Of, , Wessex, England

M: , , Wessex, England

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Cenred (?) (1)

M, #102689

Last Edited=8 Sep 2005

    Cenred (?) is the son of Ceolwald (?). (1)

Children of Cenred (?)

-1. Ine, King of Wessex d. c 728 (2)

-2. Ingild (?)+ d. 718 (1)

-3. Cwenburh (?) (1)

-4. Cuthburh (?)+ (1)

Forrás / Source:

http://www.thepeerage.com/p10269.htm#i102689

Cenred Prince Of WESSEX (I4379)

Surname: WESSEX

Given Names: Cenred Prince Of

Sex: Male

Birth about 0644 -- Of, , Wessex, England

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Forrás / Source:

http://www.wernerfamilyhistory.com/individual.php?pid=I4379&ged=werner3.ged

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Noteringar

"Under-ruler" av Somerset

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Cenred of Wessex was a member of the House of Wessex and a member of the direct male line from Cynric to Egbert. It is possible that Cenred ruled alongside his son Ine for a period. There is weak evidence for joint kingships, and stronger evidence of subkings reigning under a dominant ruler in Wessex, not long before his time.[1] Ine acknowledges his father's help in his code of laws,[2] and there is also a surviving land-grant that indicates Cenred was still reigning in Wessex after Ine's accession.[3][4]

His father was Ceolwald of Wessex. Cenred had at least four children; Ine of Wessex, who went on to be one of the most successful kings of the West Saxons; Ingild of Wessex, who continued the royal line through his son Eoppa; and Cuthburga, who married the powerful Northumbrian king Aldfrith, and who became abbess of Wimborne. There may also have been another daughter who was married to King Aethelfrith of Wessex, but this claim may have been substantiated to further Aethelheard's claim to the throne.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cenred_of_Wessex

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Cenred of Wessex

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Cenred of Wessex was a member of the House of Wessex. Although a member of the direct male line from Cynric to Egbert, Cenred was never king due to usurpations by junior branches of the family (see House of Wessex family tree). He was born c. 640 and his death date is unknown.

His father was Ceolwald of Wessex. Cenred had at least four children; Ine of Wessex, who went on to be one of the most successful kings of the West Saxons; Ingild of Wessex, who continued the royal line through his son Eoppa; and Cuthburga, who married the powerful Northumbrian king Aldfrith, and who became abbess of Wimborne. There may also have been another daughter who was married to King Aethelfrith of Wessex, but this claim may have been substantiated to further Aethelheard's claim to the throne.

He was the Underruler of Somerset.

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38th great grandfather thru Alfred the Great (31ggf)

→ Æthelwulf King of Wessex (32ggf)

his father → Egbert King of Wessex (33ggf)

his father → Ealhmund King of Kent (34ggf)

his father → Eafa (35ggf)

his father → Eoppa Atheling of Wessex (36ggf)

his father → Inglid Prince of Wessex (37ggf)

his father → Cenred of Wessex (38ggf)

Cenred of Wessex

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cenred of Wessex was a member of the House of Wessex and a member of the direct male line from Cynric to Egbert. It is possible that Cenred ruled alongside his son Ine for a period. There is weak evidence for joint kingships, and stronger evidence of subkings reigning under a dominant ruler in Wessex, not long before his time.[1] Ine acknowledges his father's help in his code of laws,[2] and there is also a surviving land-grant that indicates Cenred was still reigning in Wessex after Ine's accession.[3][4]

His father was Ceolwald of Wessex. Cenred had at least four children; Ine of Wessex, who went on to be one of the most successful kings of the West Saxons; Ingild of Wessex, who continued the royal line through his son Eoppa; and Cuthburga, who married the powerful Northumbrian king Aldfrith, and who became abbess of Wimborne. There may also have been another daughter who was married to King Aethelfrith of Wessex, but this claim may have been substantiated to further Aethelheard's claim to the throne.

[edit]Notes

^ Yorke, Kings and Kingdoms, p.145–146

^ Kirby, Earliest English Kings, p. 122.

^ "Anglo-Saxons.net S 1164". Retrieved on 4 July 2007.

^ Kirby, Earliest English Kings, p. 120.

[edit]References

Primary sources

Ine's charters at Anglo-Saxons.net

Secondary sources

Kirby, D.P. (1992). The Earliest English Kings. London: Routledge. ISBN 0-415-09086-5.

Yorke, Barbara (1990). Kings and Kingdoms of Early Anglo-Saxon England. London: Seaby. ISBN 1-85264-027-8.

Children

1 Cwengyth

2 Cuthburh

3 Ine, King Of Wessex

4 Kenten

5 < Ingild Prince Of Wessex

6 Ine

7 Cwenburh

8 Cuthburh

8246404321792. Cenred Prince Of WESSEX-[80596],3,8,9,16,31 son of Ceolwald Prince Of WESSEX -[80603] and Mrs-Ceowald Of WESSEX -[80604], was born about 644 in Of, , Wessex, England. Ancestral File Number: G70G-KS.

General Notes: 1 _UID 4744EBD263C07E4187FE74D21397B5CF234F

Cenred married Mrs-Cenred Princess Of WESSEX -[80597] [MRIN:44946] in , , Wessex, England 3,8,9.,31

Marriage Notes: 1 _UID 33CC687973EF5748AB5482D7195A13D08FDB

Children from this marriage were:

                  i.   Cwenburh Princess Of WESSEX -[80598] was born about 670 in <Of, , Wessex, England>. Ancestral File Number: G0Z9-G4. 
                 ii.   Cwengyth Of WESSEX -[80599] was born about 672 in Of, , Wessex, England. Ancestral File Number: G70G-NB. 
                iii.   Cuthburh Princess Of WESSEX -[80600] was born about 674 in Of, , Wessex, England. Ancestral File Number: G70G-PH. 
                 iv.   Kenten Of WESSEX -[80602] was born about 678 in Of, , Wessex, England. Ancestral File Number: G70G-RT. 

4123202160896 v. Ingild Prince Of WESSEX -[80583] (born about 680 in Of, , Wessex, England - died in 718 in , , , England)

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From http://www.rpi.edu/~holmes/Hobbies/Genealogy/ps05/ps05_050.htm

Cenred's son Ine reigned as King of the West Saxons 688-726, abdicated, and died in Rome in 728; Ine was succeeded by his brother-in-law Ethelheard (reigned 726-740). Cenred also had Cwenburgh (Abbess of Wimborne) and Cuthburh (foundress of Wimborne Abbey; m. Aldfrid, King of Northumbria, 685-705). For Cenred and his ancestors, see The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.

References: [AR7]

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Cenred of Wessex

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Cenred of Wessex was a member of the House of Wessex and a member of the direct male line from Cynric to Egbert. It is possible that Cenred ruled alongside his son Ine for a period. There is weak evidence for joint kingships, and stronger evidence of subkings reigning under a dominant ruler in Wessex, not long before his time.[1] Ine acknowledges his father's help in his code of laws,[2] and there is also a surviving land-grant that indicates Cenred was still reigning in Wessex after Ine's accession.[3][4]

His father was Ceolwald of Wessex. Cenred had at least four children; Ine of Wessex, who went on to be one of the most successful kings of the West Saxons; Ingild of Wessex, who continued the royal line through his son Eoppa; and Cuthburga, who married the powerful Northumbrian king Aldfrith, and who became abbess of Wimborne. There may also have been another daughter who was married to King Aethelfrith of Wessex, but this claim may have been substantiated to further Aethelheard's claim to the throne.

[edit] Notes

  1. ^ Yorke, Kings and Kingdoms, p.145–146
  2. ^ Kirby, Earliest English Kings, p. 122.
  3. ^ "Anglo-Saxons.net S 1164". http://www.anglo-saxons.net/hwaet/?do=seek&query=S+1164. Retrieved 4 July 2007. 
  4. ^ Kirby, Earliest English Kings, p. 120.

[edit] References

Primary sources

   * Ine's charters at Anglo-Saxons.net

Secondary sources

   * Kirby, D.P. (1992). The Earliest English Kings. London: Routledge. ISBN 0-415-09086-5. 
   * Yorke, Barbara (1990). Kings and Kingdoms of Early Anglo-Saxon England. London: Seaby. ISBN 1-85264-027-8. 

This page was last modified on 10 June 2010 at 02:03.

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Cenred of Wessex was a member of the House of Wessex and a member of the direct male line from Cynric to Egbert . It is possible that Cenred ruled alongside his son Ine for a period. There is weak evidence for joint kingships, and stronger evidence of subkings reigning under a dominant ruler in Wessex, not long before his time. Ine acknowledges his father's help in his code of laws, and there is also a surviving land-grant that indicates Cenred was still reigning in Wessex after Ine's accession.

His father was Ceolwald of Wessex . Cenred had at least four children; Ine of Wessex , who went on to be one of the most successful kings of the West Saxons; Ingild of Wessex , who continued the royal line through his son Eoppa ; and Cuthburga , who married the powerful Northumbrian king Aldfrith , and who became abbess of Wimborne. There may also have been another daughter who was married to King Aethelfrith of Wessex , but this claim may have been substantiated to further Aethelheard's claim to the throne.

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Cenred of Wessex was a member of the House of Wessex and a member of the direct male line from Cynric to Egbert . It is possible that Cenred ruled alongside his son Ine for a period. There is weak evidence for joint kingships, and stronger evidence of subkings reigning under a dominant ruler in Wessex, not long before his time. Ine acknowledges his father's help in his code of laws, and there is also a surviving land-grant that indicates Cenred was still reigning in Wessex after Ine's accession.

His father was Ceolwald of Wessex . Cenred had at least four children; Ine of Wessex , who went on to be one of the most successful kings of the West Saxons; Ingild of Wessex , who continued the royal line through his son Eoppa ; and Cuthburga , who married the powerful Northumbrian king Aldfrith , and who became abbess of Wimborne. There may also have been another daughter who was married to King Aethelfrith of Wessex , but this claim may have been substantiated to further Aethelheard's claim to the throne.

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Cenred of Wessex was a member of the House of Wessex and a member of the direct male line from Cynric to Egbert . It is possible that Cenred ruled alongside his son Ine for a period. There is weak evidence for joint kingships, and stronger evidence of subkings reigning under a dominant ruler in Wessex, not long before his time. Ine acknowledges his father's help in his code of laws, and there is also a surviving land-grant that indicates Cenred was still reigning in Wessex after Ine's accession.

His father was Ceolwald of Wessex . Cenred had at least four children; Ine of Wessex , who went on to be one of the most successful kings of the West Saxons; Ingild of Wessex , who continued the royal line through his son Eoppa ; and Cuthburga , who married the powerful Northumbrian king Aldfrith , and who became abbess of Wimborne. There may also have been another daughter who was married to King Aethelfrith of Wessex , but this claim may have been substantiated to further Aethelheard's claim to the throne.

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Under-ruler of Somerset, before 694. He was living in 694.

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Children

  1.  Cwengyth of Wessex b: 672 in of Wessex, England
  2.  Cuthburh of Wessex b: 674 in of Wessex, England
  3.  Ine of Wessex b: 676 in of Wessex, England
  4. Kenten of Wessex b: 678 in of Wessex, England
  5. Ingild Atheling of Wessex b: 680 in of Wessex, England
  6.  Cwenburh Abbess of Wimborne b: 692
  7.  Ine of Wessex b: 676 in of Wessex, England
  8.  Cwenburh Abbess of Wimborne b: 692

Sources:

  1. Abbrev: Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who
     Title: Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America bef 1760 (7th ed Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore 1992)ame to America bef 1760ame to America bef 1760. 7th ed Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore 1992.

-------------------- Leo: Europäische Stammtafeln, J.A. Stargardt Verlag, Marburg, Schwennicke, Detlev (Ed.), Reference: II 77.

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Coenred, Co-Ruler of Wessex's Timeline

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Wessex, England
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Wessex, , England
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