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Ogn Northumbria (Norbrilsdottir), Princess of Northumberland

Nicknames: "Princess Ogna of Northumberland"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Northumberland, England
Death: Died in Denmark
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Norbril King of of Northumbia, King of Northumbia and N.N., of Northumberland
Wife of Roar / Roas / Ro / Hroar (Hrothgar) Halvdanssøn, King of Roeskilde
Mother of Valdar Hroarsson; Agner Hroarsson; Queen Freawaru (Freawaru) Hroarsdatter, of Leire; Valdar Hroarsson König von Seeland; Hild Hroarsdatter of Leire and 2 others

Occupation: Princess of Northumbria, Princess of Northumberland, Prinsessa, Prinsesse af Northumberland, принцеса от Северна Умберландия
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About Ogn Northumbria (Norbrilsdottir), Princess of Northumberland

Wealhþēow (also rendered Wealhtheow or Wealthow) is a legendary queen of the Danes in the Old English poem, Beowulf, first introduced in line 612.

She is the Wulfing queen of the Danes. She is married to Hroðgar, the Danish king and is the mother of sons Hreðric and Hroðmund and also of daughter Freawaru. The meaning of her name is disputed. One possible translation is "foreign slave".

In her marriage to Hroðgar she is described as friðusibb folca, 'the kindred pledge of peace between peoples', signifying the Wulfing and Scylding interdynastic allegiance. Hence she is termed both 'Lady of the Helmings' (by descent, of the Wulfing clan of Helm) and 'Lady of the Scyldings' (by marriage and maternity).

Two northern sources associate the wife of Hroðgar with England. The Skjöldunga saga, in Arngrímur Jónsson's abstract, chapter 3, tells that Hroðgar (Roas) married the daughter of an English king. The Hrolfs saga kraka, chapter 5, tells that Hroðgar (Hróarr) married Ögn who was the daughter of a king of Northumbria (Norðhymbraland) called Norðri.

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Ogne (Princess av Northumberland)

föddes 530 i Northumberland, England.

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Princess Ogne Northumbria [Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 about 500 in Northumberland, England. She died 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 in 552/624. She married 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 Hroar Halfdansson King of Danes about 517 in Denmark.

 They had the following children:
     		M 	i 	Frode VI Valdar King of Danes
     		M 	ii 	Valdar Hroarsson
     		M 	iii 	Agner Hroarsson 1 was born 2 about 531 in Denmark. 

Sources:

   1Gary O. Green, INDIV2.DAT from compiled data from 1991 to date, Specific sources are contained in the notes for each individual.
   All sources with dates before 1800 are from secondary sources.
   Source Media Type: Other.
   "Date of Import: 25 Oct 1998."
   2John Chamberlin, GEDCOM file imported on 30 Mar 2000.
   3Source #291.
   4Gary O. Green, INDIV2.DAT from compiled data from 1991 to date.
   "Date of Import: 25 Oct 1998."
   5Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 19, Ed. 1, Release date: March 13, 1998, Tree #0672.
   62 Chamberlin Shannon.FTW, Tree #0672.
   74 Chamberlin Shannon.FTW, Tree #0672.
   85 Chamberlin Shannon.ftw, Tree #0672.
   96 Chamberlin Shannon.FTW, Tree #0672.
   10Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 19, Ed. 1, Tree #0672.
   112 Chamberlin Shannon.FTW, Tree #0672.
   124 Chamberlin Shannon.FTW, Tree #0672.
   135 Chamberlin Shannon.ftw, Tree #0672.
   146 Chamberlin Shannon.FTW, Tree #0672.
   15Brøderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 19, Ed. 1, Tree #0672.
   162 Chamberlin Shannon.FTW, Tree #0672.
   174 Chamberlin Shannon.FTW, Tree #0672.
   185 Chamberlin Shannon.ftw, Tree #0672.
   196 Chamberlin Shannon.FTW, Tree #0672.
   20Gary O. Green, INDIV2.DAT from compiled data from 1991 to date, Tree #0672.
   "Date of Import: 25 Oct 1998."

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Name: Ogne OF NORTHUMBRIA

Given Name: Ogne

Surname: of Northumbria

Sex: F 1

Birth: 530

Father: Norbril OF NORTHUMBRIA

Marriage 1 Hroar HALFDANSSON b: 526

Children

Valdar HROARSSON

Sources:

Abbrev: Stuart (1992)

Title: Royalty for Commoners

Author: Stuart, R. W.

Publication: Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2nd. Ed. 1992 (firstEd. 1988).

Page: pp. 175-176 (Line 240)

-------------------- Wealhþēow (also rendered Wealhtheow or Wealthow) is a legendary queen of the Danes in the Old English poem, Beowulf, first introduced in line 612.

She is the Wulfing queen of the Danes. She is married to Hroðgar, the Danish king and is the mother of sons Hreðric and Hroðmund and also of daughter Freawaru. The meaning of her name is disputed. One possible translation is "foreign slave" (Hill, 1990).

In her marriage to Hroðgar she is described as friðusibb folca (l. 1168), 'the kindred pledge of peace between peoples', signifying the Wulfing and Scylding interdynastic allegiance. Hence she is termed both 'Lady of the Helmings' (l. 620) (by descent, of the Wulfing clan of Helm) and 'Lady of the Scyldings' (l. 1168) (by marriage and maternity).

Two northern sources associate the wife of Hroðgar with England. The Skjöldunga saga, in Arngrímur Jónsson's abstract, chapter 3, tells that Hroðgar (Roas) married the daughter of an English king. The Hrolfs saga kraka, chapter 5, tells that Hroðgar (Hróarr) married Ögn who was the daughter of a king of Northumbria (Norðhymbraland) called Norðri.

The argument was advanced in 1897 that the Wulfing name may have been synonymous with the East Anglian Wuffing dynasty, and the family name Helmingas with the place-names 'Helmingham' in Norfolk and Suffolk, both of which lie in areas of 5th-6th century migrant occupation. Although the theory was not favoured by some, it has more recently resurfaced in a discussion of the identity of Hroðmund

-------------------- Reference: http://familytrees.genopro.com/318186/jarleslekt/default.htm?page=toc_families.htm

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Ogne, Princess of Northumberland's Timeline

191
December 191
- 1930
530
530
Northumberland, England
546
546
Age 16
546
Age 16
Denmark
549
549
Age 16
Denmark
550
550
Age 16
Roskilde, Jutland, Denmark
730
730
Age 16
1930
November 8, 1930
Age 16
November 8, 1930
Age 16
November 8, 1930
Age 16