Ealdorman Ethelred Mucil GAINAI
(Abt 805-)
(Abt 830-)
Queen Ealhswyth ENGLAND
(Abt 851-Abt 904)


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King Alfred Wessex ENGLAND

Queen Ealhswyth ENGLAND

  • Born: Abt 851-852, , Mercia, England
  • Married: Abt 867-868
  • Died: Abt 5 Dec 904-905

   Other names for Ealhswyth were Elaswith, ENGLAND Queen, Alswitha, WESSEX Queen and Ethelswida.

   Ancestral File Number: 8HS0-4G. User ID: 38730269639.

   General Notes:

Queen of WESSEX, Queen of ENGLAND.

Barber Grandparents: 125 Kings, 143 Generations, Ted Butler Bernard and Gertrude Barber Bernard, 1978, McKinney TX, p75:"287S Alfred `The Great', King of England, (S of 279, F of 297); fought against Danish invaders, finally defeating them at the Battle of Ethandun; secured peace at the Treaty of Wedmore; author of many desirable reforms; considered the most deserving of the appelation of `The Great' of all kings bearing that title; married Ealswith in 868; died in 901."

Kings and Queens of Great Britain, Genealogical Chart, Anne Taute and Romilly Squire, Taute, 1990: "Ealhswyth Daughter of AethelredMucil Ealdorman of the Gainai, Mar Alfred The Great King of England, Died 905."

Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1981, Macropaedia, Vol I, p486, Alfred the Great of Wessex: "...in 867 Alfred married Ealhswith, descended through her mother from Mercian kings..."

The Oxford Book of Royal Anecdotes, Elizabeth Longford, 1991, Oxford Univ Press, pxviii: "Saxons and Danes Genealogy: Alfred mar Ealhswith (d. 904)".

Ancestral File 8HS0-4G Born Abt 851, Ver 4.10 Born Abt 852 Mercia England Died 5 Dec 905.

   Marriage Information:

Ealhswyth married King Alfred Wessex ENGLAND, son of King Ethelwulf WESSEX and Queen Osburgh WESSEX, about 867-868. (King Alfred Wessex ENGLAND was born about 848-849 in Wantage, Wessex, Berkshire, England, died on 26 Oct 899-901 in Winchester, Hampshire, England and was buried in Cathedral, Winchester, Hampshire, England.)

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