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|Webden or Wecta or Wedaeg b about 255|
|1.||Vitgils b about 280 not shown by 'Royal Genealogies'|
|B.||Siggar b about 305|
|i.||Swebdaeg b about 330|
|a.||Sigegeat or Sigarth b about 355|
|1||Saebald b about 380|
|A||Saefugl or Sefagelus b about 405|
|i||Suartha b about 430 not shown by 'RoyalData'|
|a||Westerfalca b about 455|
|1||Wilgisl b about 480|
|A||Uxfrea b about 505|
|i||Yffi b about 520|
|a||Aellie, King of Deira b about 540 d c590|
|1||St Edwin, King of Northumbria b c 586 k 12 Oct 632/3 Battle of Hatfield Chase, During the reign of Æthelfrith, Edwin was an exile, by the 610s he was certainly in Mercia under the protection of king Ceorl, converted to Christianity 627,|
|m1 Cwenburga dau of Ceorl, King of Mercia|
|A||Osfrith b about 590 d 633|
|i Yffi b about 610|
|m2 Ethelburga d 647, dau of Aethelbert, King of Kent|
|C||Eanfled of Deira|
|m Oswy, King of Northumbria d 670|
|2||Acha of Deira b c 580
m Aethelfrith, King of Bernicia later King of Northumbria d 617 united Bernicia and Deiry at the death of King Aelfric of Deira. After he failed to persuade Raedwald to murder his rival, Edwin, he faced Raedwald in battle by the River Idle in 616 and was defeated.
|-1 St. Oswald, King of Northumbria b about 585 d 642
-2 Oswy, King of Northumbria b about 601 d 670 m1 Riemmelth
-2-1 Alchfrith, vice-king of Deira b about 610 d 644 m Cyneburg of Mercia dau of Penda, King of Mercia
|2||unknown sibling||-1 Hereric||-1-1 Abbess Hilda of Whitby and Hereswith,
Æthelric, the brother of king Anna of East Anglia.
|b||Aelfric, King of Deira d 604|
|1||Osric, King of Northumbria d 634|
|A||St. Oswine, King of Northumbria d 651|
Sources: 'RoyalData' + 'Royal Genealogies'
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