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Sandde ap Alcwn

Also Known As: "`Bryd Angel'", "King Sandee ap Alewn"
Birthdate: (46)
Birthplace: Wales
Death: Died in Wales
Place of Burial: Isle of Man
Immediate Family:

Son of Alcwn ap Tegid and Perweur verch Rhys
Husband of Celeinion verch Tudwal
Father of Elidir ap Sandde

Occupation: King of Ynys Manaw and Prince of South Rheged, King of Man
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About Sandde ap Alcwn

Name: Sandde ap Alcwn

Birth: 660, North Wales Death: 678

Title: Prince of Rheged, circa 730 Title: King of Ynys Manaw (Isle of Man), circa 730

Son: Elidir Ap Sandde

There appears to be some conflicting information about a spouse: Celemion (Tudwal) verch Tudwal [Tudwal-1], Born about 678, Isle of Man, Wales; daughter of Tudwal ap Anarawd vs. Celemion (Tudwal) Alkwyn [Tudwal-19], Born 660 in Hampshire, England

ID: I19738

Name: Sandde ap ALEWN (AP ALCWN)

Given Name: Sandde ap

Surname: ALEWN (ap ALCWN)

Sex: M

Change Date: 13 MAY 2009



!Arch Rec: Wurts Magna Charta; Ancestral Lines, Jones; Royal Ancestors of Magna

Charta Barons; Plantagenet Ancestry; (Birth 640, Prince of Deheubarth);


Birth: 674 in North Wales

Reference Number: > 401 WEL

Death: Y

Father: Alewn (Alcun) ap TEGID b: 655 in Powys, Montgomeryshire, Wales, United Kingdom c: in North Wales

Marriage 1 Celeinion ferch TUDWAL b: 678 in Isle Man, England, United Kingdom


Elidir (Elidyr) ap SANDDE KING OF SOUTH RHEGED b: 708 in Powys, Montgomeryshire, Wales, United Kingdom c: in North Wales


Abbrev: Pedigree Resource File CD 6

Title: Pedigree Resource File CD 6 (Salt Lake City, UT: Intellectual Reserve, Inc., 1999)serve, Inc., 1999)serve, Inc., 1999).


Llywarch Hen (the Old) 534 – 634. Last King of South Rheged. Had 42 children.

            Gwen c555
            Pill c556
            Llawr c557
            Mechydd c558
            Maen c559
            Dwywg c560
                  Caid c595
                        Tegid c630
                              Alcun c660
                                    Sandde c690. King of Ynys Manaw by marrying Celemion, heiress.
                                          Elidyr c720. King of Ynys Manaw.
                                                Gwriad c750. King of Ynys Manaw. Married Essylt ferch Cynan.
                                                      Merfyn Frych (Freckled) d844. King of Ynys Manaw and Gwynedd.                                                                 (married Nesta ferch Cadell)

Historical Event: Born to a noble family of Wessex, England, as Wynfrid or Wynfrith, Boniface (in Latin, Bonifatius) is known as the "Apostle of Germany" for his work in Christianizing that country. First a benedictine monk and then ordained as a priest, Wynfrid journeyed to Rome after failing to convert Frisian Saxons to Christianity. There Pope Gregory II changed his name to Boniface and charged him with a mission to convert the pagans east of the Rhine and specifically to use the Roman formula for baptism (as opposed to the Celtic that had already taken hold in parts of Europe). So successful was Boniface in his mission that he was made a missionary bishop and given letters of recommendation to important figures such as Charles Martel, leader of the Franks. When as part of his efforts of conversion Boniface destroyed the sacred oak of the Germanic god Thor at Geismar, it was fear of Charles Martel that made it possible.

St. Boniface was martyred when a band of Frisians attacked him while he was reading Scripture to newly converted Christians on Pentecost Sunday.

Boniface's work in converting pagans, reforming Christians who had been converted under the "haphazard" methods of the Irish, organizing churches and founding monasteries in Germany would pave the way for large portions of territory to be incorporated into the Carolingian Empire as well as establishing a powerful base for the Catholic Church. The monasteries, which provided missionaries and teachers for generations to come, would significantly improve life in eighth-century Europe.

Title: Prince of Rheged, circa 730 Title: King of Ynys Manaw (Isle of Man), circa 730

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Sandde ap Alcwn's Timeline

Age 34
Isle Of Man
Age 46
Isle of Man