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Berhtric, King of Wessex MP (b. - 802)

Berhtric, King of Wessex (1) M, #150376, d. 802 Last Edited=27 Nov 2005 Berhtric, King of Wessex married Eadburh (?), daughter of Offa, King of Mercia and Cynethryth (?), in 789. (2) He died in...

Cenwealh, King of Wessex MP (c.622 - 672)

Cenwalh of Wessex From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Cenwalh) Jump to: navigation, search Cenwalh King of Wessex Reign 643–645; 648–674 Died 674 Pr...

Cwenburh or Cwenberga (not Cwengyth) Princess of Wessex, Abbess of Wimbourne (Cwenburh), Lady Of Somerset MP (c.670 - 690)

Cuthburga and Cwenburh, sisters of King Ine of Wessex, founded a convent in Wimborne in 718. Encyclopedia Brittanica: Wimborne Minster (source of photo): town (“parish”), East Dorset ...

Eadwin Edwin Æthling of Wessex, of Wessex MP (c.902 - 933)

Edwin (died 933) was the younger son of King Edward the Elder and Ælfflæd, his second wife. He drowned at sea in circumstances which are unclear. EADWINE (-drowned English Channel 9...

Ædflæd Edfleda of Wessex, Nun at Winchester MP (903 - 927)

Ædflæd or Edfleda, daughter of Edward 'the Elder' and his second wife Ælfflæd. A nun at Wiltshire, no children. EDFLEDA (-bur Wilton Abbey, Wiltshire[1654]). William o...

Æthelweard "The Historian" Ealdorman of Wessex, Ealdorman of Wessex MP (c.920 - c.998)

Æthelwerd I "the Historian" Theign of Surrey Earldorman in Wessex died 0998 father: Eadric Earldorman of Wessex died about 0949 mother: Æthelgifu of Wessex (end of...

Aelfgyva of Wessex (c.978 - 1017)

Agatha Of Wessex, Queen of England (deceased)

Alexander Of Wessex, (son of Agatha) (deceased)

Athelstan 'Gewissa' of Wessex (c.895 - 939)

Cen-Red (Cune Red; Conrad) of Wessex (deceased)

Centwine Cynegilsson of Wessex (deceased)

Ceolric, King of Wessex (570 - 597)

Ceolric, King of Wessex (1) M, #102664, d. circa 597 Last Edited=3 Dec 2005 Ceolric, King of Wessex was the son of Cutha, King of Wessex. (1) He died circa 597. (1) Ceolric, King of Wessex su...

Ceolric Cuthasson, King of Wessex (deceased)

Cerdic of Wessex (b. - 534)

Creoda of Wessex (deceased)

Creolwulf Prince of Wessex (593 - d.)

Cuth-bur(g)h (Kith of Burgh) of Wessex (deceased)

Cuthrin King of Wessex (c.564 - 584)

Cynegils Ceolricsson of Wessex (deceased)

Cynric of Wessex (b. - 748)

David Of Wessex, (son of Agatha) (deceased)

Eadra of Wessex (1123 - 1167)

Edgar/Etheling (The Unready) Of Wessex (Cerdic of Wessex), uncrowned but King of England (deceased)

Edward the Exile Of Wessex, of England (deceased)

Egbert of Wessex (b. - 839)

Egbert of Wessex (770 - 839)

Elfflaed of Wessex (965 - 1002)

Elgiva Of Wessex (deceased)

Elgyda of Wessex (997 - d.)

Ethelfleda PRINCESS OF WESSEX (869 - 912)

Ethelhelm Earl of Wessex (c.848 - d.)

Ethelhelm of Wessex (deceased)

Gōdwine Saxon, Earl of Wessex (deceased)

Godwin of Wessex (Old English: Gōdwine) (990 – 15 April 1053), was one of the most powerful lords in England under the Danish king Cnut the Great and his successors. Cnut made him the fir...

Ine of Gewisse (West Saxons) (deceased)

King Cuthred of Wessex (b. - 756)

Margaret Stewart (Of Wessex), Saint Margaret (deceased)

Mrs Ceolic of Wessex (577 - d.)

Mrs. Wulfnoth Saxon, Countess of Wessex (deceased)

Sigebeorht, King of Wessex (b. - c.757)

Sighere Sigebertsson of Wessex (deceased)

Wulfnoth Saxon, Earl of Wessex (968 - d.)

Æthelreda of Wessex (c.1000 - c.1042)

Æthelwulf of Wessex, (deceased)

, Alfred was born in the village of Wanating, now Wantage, Oxfordshire. He was the youngest son of King Æthelwulf of Wessex, by his first wife, Osburh.[2]by his first wife, Osburh.[2]