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Æthelswith

Name
Æthelswith
Given names
Æthelswith

Aethelswith

Name
Aethelswith
Given names
Aethelswith
Birthyes

Birth of a brotherAethelbald of Wessex King of England
between 831 and 834
Birth of a brotherAethelbert King of England
about 835
Death of a paternal grandfatherEgbert of Wessex King of England
February 4, 839

Birth of a brotherAethelred I King of England
estimated 840

Birth of a brotherAlfred “the Great” King of England
about 849
Death of a brotherAthelstan sub-King in Kent Essex Sussex and Surrey
about 851

MarriageBurhred King of MerciaView this family
after April 2, 853
Marriage of a parentAethelwulf King of EnglandJudith de FranceView this family
October 1, 856
Marriage of a siblingAethelbald of Wessex King of EnglandJudith de FranceView this family
about 858

Death of a fatherAethelwulf King of England
January 13, 858
Death of a brotherAethelbald of Wessex King of England
December 20, 860
Death of a brotherAethelbert King of England
866
Marriage of a siblingAlfred “the Great” King of EnglandEalswyth View this family
869

Publication: http://genealogics.org
Death of a brotherAethelred I King of England
after April 15, 871
Cause: war wounds
Death of a husbandBurhred King of Mercia
after 874
Death of a brotherAlfred “the Great” King of England
October 26, 899

Residence
Deathyes

Burial
Æthelswith is great ×31 aunt of Private.
(Common ancestors: Aethelwulf King of England & Osburh )
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage:
herself
brother
brother
5 years
brother
6 years
brother
10 years
brother
Father’s family with Judith de France - View this family
father
step-mother
Marriage: October 1, 856Verberie, Oise, France
Family with Burhred King of Mercia - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: after April 2, 853Chippenham, Wiltshire, England

SourceWikipedia
SourceGenealogics - Leo van de Pas
Publication: http://genealogics.org
Text:
- ~Burke's Guide to the Royal Family, London, 1973 , Reference: 189
Note: Extensive source. Uses many important and established sources, such as: