Anglo Saxon Kings Merge
This is a Merge Project page.
NB: Be aware that almost all Anglo-Saxon women had very similar names, and these were used more or less interchangeably. Thus the name itself tells you nothing; parents, husbands and children must be reviewed to be sure of identity. Do not merge without checking all connections and sources first.
Ealdgyth no known parents, widow of Sigeferth (Morcar's brother), later married to Edmund II Ironside
Ælfgifu daughter of Morcar, married to Ælfgar, son of Leofric and Godiva
List of duplicate copies
Extent of Project and Cross-Over Profiles
Daughter of Uchtred Earl of Northumbria & his third wife Ælfgifu of England (1016 or before-). Married Maldred MacCrínán of Scotland. Children: 1. Gospatric, 2. Maldred, and two anonymous daughters.
- Ælfgifu, daughter of Morcar & Ealdgyth,
married to Ælfgar, son of Leofric and Godgifu (Lady Godiva), Child: Ealdgyth of Mercia who married Gryffydd and Harald Godwinsson, (no good profile example at the moment, those found have been merged with others and are full of errors)
- Emma de Normandie, also called Ælfgifu (!) of Normandy,
daughter of Richard I 'sans peur' de Normandie and Gunnor (Gunnora) de Crépon. Married twice: 1. Æthelred the Unready - Children: a. Godgifu (Goda), b. Edward the Confessor, c. Alfred Aetheling. Married 2. Canute the Great - Children: d. Harthacanute, e. Gunhilda of Denmark.
Family Group Permissions
The main source is the Foundation of Medieval Genealogy, which is very good, and relies solely on primary historical sources, with thorough comments. http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/ENGLAND,%20AngloSaxon%20&%20Danish%20Kings.htm
- Name as close to original name as possible, language, geography and time period to be taken into consideration
- Anglo-Saxon names for Anglo-Saxon people (see the FMG-site listed above for info if unsure)
- Titles usually go in the last name field
- Adjust first name field to avoid misunderstandings or mistaken identity where necessary, by adding order/number or byname.
- All names a person is known by in any source listed in “nicknames": bynames (especially in English), additional titles, variations.