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The dates of birth are only guesses to help in establishing historical relationships!
Cenred b about 630
1. Ine, King of Wessex b about 650 d 728
m. Ethelburgh sister of Ethelheard, King of Wessex
2. Ingild b about 655 d 718
A. Eoppa b about 680
i. Eaba b about 705
a. Ealhmund, Under-King of Kent b about 730 active 786
m. ?? dau of Aethelbert II, Joint King of Kent
1 Egbert, King of Wessex b c775, d 839
m. Redburh "sister of King of Franks", possibly Charlemagne so possibly dau of Pepin 'the Short', King of the Franks
A Aethelwulf, King of Wessex b c806, d 17.06.857
m1. Osburh d c852, dau of Oslac of the Isle of Wight
i Aethelstan, King of Kent
ii Aethelbald, King of Wessex d 860
m. 858 Judith b 844, a 870, dau of Charles II 'the Bald', King of the West Franks, Holy Roman Emperor
iii Aethelbert, King of Kent d 866
iv Aethelred I, King of Wessex d 871
a+ issue - Ethelwald d 905, Alfred or Ethelhem
v Alfred 'the Great', King of England d 899 §A
m Ealswith d 905, dau of Ethelred Mucei, Ealderman of the Gainas
a Edward 'the Elder', King of England d 924
m1 Ecgwyn of Essex
1 Athelstan, King of England d 940
2 Edith of Wessex b 897, d 937 Abbess of Tamworth (she is sometimes confused with her halfsister.)
m1 30.07.925 Sitric II, King of Dublin and of York d 927
-1 Amlaíb Sihtricsson d. 1034
-2. Gofraid Sihtricsson, d. 1036
-3. Olaf Cuarán Sitricsson, King of Dublin & York, d. 981
-4. Gyda SITRICdottir m Olaf, King of Norway b c963, d 09.09.1000
m2 Elfleda dau of Ethelhelm, Ealderman
3 Edgiva or Eadgifu b c900, d 951/5
EGHJRSWY
m1 918/9 Charles III 'the Simple', Holy Roman Emperor b 17.09.897, d 07.10.929 Louis IV 'd'outre mer', Emperor b 10.09.921, d 10.09.954
Rociro of Laon, bishop
EGHJRSWY
m2. Herbert, Count of Meaux
4 Edhilda dsp 937
m. 926/7 Hugues I, Count of Paris b c895, d 16.06.956
5 Eadgyth Edith d 946 devoted to the cult of Saint Oswald and was instrumental in introducing this cult into Germany after her marriage to the emperor. Her lasting influence may have caused certain monasteries and churches in Saxony to be dedicated to this saint.HJRY. bur TombHer tomb is located in the Cathedral of Magdeburg. A lead coffin inside a stone sarcophagus with her name on it was found and opened in 2008 by archaeologists during work on the building. An inscription recorded that it was the body of Eadgyth, reburied in 1510. It was examined in 2009, then brought to Bristol, England, for tests in 2010. Professor Mark Horton of Bristol University said that "this may prove to be the oldest complete remains of an English royal." The investigations at Bristol, applying isotope tests on tooth enamel, checked whether she was born and brought up in Wessex and Mercia, as written history has indicated. Testing on the bones revealed that they are the remains of Eadgyth, from study made of the enamel of the teeth in her upper jaw. Testing of the enamel revealed that the individual entombed at Magdeburg had spent time as a youth in the chalky uplands of Wessex. EGHJSWY
m. 930 Otto 1 'the Great', King of Germany and Italy, Emperor b 22.11.912, d 07.05.973
m2 929 Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor
-1 Liutgarde, m 947 Conrad 'the Wise', Duke of Upper Lorraine d 953
-2 Liudolf, Duke of Swabia b 930 d 6 Sep 957 m Conrad the Red m Ida of Swabia dau of Herman I, Duke of Schwabia
-1-1 Otto, Duke of Carinthia b c949, d 04.11.1004 m Judith of Bavaria b c950, d 991
-2-1 Mathilda of Swabia m Obizzo/Anizzo of Milan
6 Elgiva
m. Boleslaw II, Duke of Bohemia
7+ other issue - Ethelwerd d 924, Edwin, Elfleda nun, Ethelhilda
m3. Edgiva dau of Sigehelm, Ealdorman of Kent
11 Edmund I 'the elder', King of England d 946
m1. St. Elgiva
A Edwy, King of England d 959
m. Elgiva dau of Ethelgiva
B Edgar, King of England d 975
m1. Ethelfleda 'the Fair' dau of Ordmaer, Ealdorman
i Edward 'the Martyr', King of England d 979
m2. Elfrida d 1000, dau of Ordgar, Ealdorman of Devon
ii Edmund d 970
iii Ethelred Athelred II 'the Unready', King of England b 968, d 23.04.1016
m1. Elfleda dau of Thored, Ealdorman
a Edmund II 'Ironside', King of England d 1016, 3rd son
m. Ealdgyth dau of Edwin of Mercia
1 Edmund 'Atheling' dsp
'Atheling' signified that he was a legitimate descendant of King Athelred.
m. Hedwig dau of Stephen, King of Hungary
2 Edward 'Atheling' b c1016, d 1057
m. Agatha dau of Stephen, King of Hungary
A Edgar Atheling, 'King of England' b c1051, d c1126?
B Margaret 'the Saint' d 16.11.1093
EGHJRSWY
m. 1068-9 Malcolm III 'Canmore', King of Scots b c1031, d Alnwick 13.11.1093
EGHJRSWY
C Christina nun
b Edith
m1. c1008 Edric Streona, Ealdorman of Mercia
m2. Thurkil Havi 'the tall' d 1039
c Elgiva or Aelfgifu
GHJRSY
m. Uchtred, 5th lord of Bamburgh, Earl of Bernicia, Earl of Northumbria d 1016
GHJRSY
d Wulfhilda
m. Ulfcytel, Ealdorman of East Anglia
e daughter
m. Athelstan
f+ other issue - Athelstan, Egbert d 1005, Edred, Edwy d 1017, Edward, Edgar
m2. 1002 Emma b c982, d 21.02.1052, dau of Richard I, Duke of Normandy
l Godgifu Goda
HY
m1. Dreux or Drogo, Count of Amiens, Valois and the Vexin d 1035
HY
m2. c1036, sp Eustache II, Count of Boulogne and Lens d c1080
m Alfred Ateling d 1036
n Edward 'the Confessor', King of England dsp 1066
m. Eadgyth d 1075, dau of Godwin, Earl of Wessex
m2. Ethelfleda Domerham dau of Alfgar, Ealdorman of Wiltshire
12 Edred, King of England d 955
13 Edburh nun
14 Edgiva
m. Louis, King of Provence
b Ethelwerd d 922
1+ issue d Brunaburh 937 - Elfwine, Ethelwine
c Ethelfleda, Lady of Mercia d 918
m. Ethelred, Ealderman of Mercia d 910
1 Elfwina
EGHJRSWY
m. Edulph
EGHJRSWY
d Ethelgiva, Abbess of Shaftesbury
e Elfrida b c877, d 07.06.929 EGHJRSWY
m 884 Baldwin II 'the bald', Count of Flanders and Artois b 863/5, d 10.09.918
-1 Arnulf I 'the Great', Count of Flanders and Artois b 885/889, d 27.03.964 m2 m2 934 Adele of Vermandois b c941/915, d 10.10.960
-2 Adalulf b c. 890 d 933 Count of Boulogne m x +1 ch p2 x + 1 ch
-3 Ealswid
-4 Ermentrud
-1-1 Ecgbert b c937, d 10.07.953
-1-2 Baldwin III, Count of Flanders b c940, dvp 01.01.962 m 961 Matilda of Saxony b c942, d 25.05.1008, dau of Hermann Billung, Duke of Saxony
-1-3 Hildegard b c934, d 10.04.990 EGHJRSWY m 940/5 Dirk II, Count of West Frisia b c930, d 06.05.988
-1-4 Liutgard b 935/941, d 29.09.964 m c950 Wichmann II, Count of Hamaland a 973<
-1-5 Elstrude b c932 GS m Siegfried de Guines d c965-2-1 Arnulf II, Count of Boulogne d 971
-2-2 Baldwin d 973 (by p x) guardian of Arnulf II, Count of Flanders
vi Aethelswith
m. Burhred, King of Mercia
m2. 01.10.856 Judith b 844, a 870, dau of Charles II 'the Bald', King of the West Franks, Holy Roman Emperor
B Athelstan, Under-King of Kent d 850
3. Cwenburh, Abbess of Wimborne
4. Cuthburth of Wessex
m. Alfrid, King of Northumbria d 705

Main sources:
1 'The Royal Line of Succession', published by Pitkin Pictorials in 1975, SBN 85372-091-6 and repeated in the 1996 edition of that publication by Pitkin Guides Ltd, ISBN 0-85372-404-0.
2 'Genealogical and Historical Diagrams illustrative of The History of Scotland, England, France, and Germany from the Ninth Century to the Present Time' by William Graham, published in 1862.
3 'A History of England before the Norman Conquest' by Sir Charles Oman, published in 1993 by Bracken Books, ISBN 1-85891-073-0.
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