A Conversation for The Saxon Heptarchy - the Kingdom of Wessex
The Children of Cynegils
aethelwalh Started conversation Jan 21, 2009
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Aethelwalh believes that the children of Cynegils were as follows:
Cwichelm, Cyneburh, Cenwalh, Aethelwalh, Centwine and St Aethelwine.
Aethelwalh also believes that Aethelwalh was made King of the South Saxons by Penda in 645.
Aethelwalh suggests that this king had four natural sons by a concubine.
Viz: Watt, Berhthun and Andhun (probably twins), and Bryni.
Aethelwalh also suggests that King Aethelwalh got married to the Christian Eafe of Hwicce in 661, became a Christian himself and recieved the Meon Valley and the Isle of Wight from his godfather, Wulfhere.
Aethelwalh contends that King Aethelwalh and Queen Eafe had two sons and a daughter, namely: an heir (killed with his father by Caedwalla in 685), Aethelthryth (married King Nothhelm) and Aethelstan.
This is because Aethelwalh also contends that Nothhelm, King of the South Saxons about 688-722, was the son of Ecgwald (who was the younger brother of Ceowald Cuthwulfing).
Aethelwalh is of the opinion that Osric and Bishop Osa were the sons of King Nothhelm and Queen Aethelthryth. He is also of the opinion that Osric had four sons, Osmund, Oswald, Aelfwald and Oslac.
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Finally, Aethelwalh also believes thet Aethelstan's sons were
Aethelberht and the rebel Ealdberht and that Aethelberht also had two sons who were Ealdwulf and Aethelwulf.
IF YOU WANT TO LEARN MORE VISIT THE NOTHGYTH QUEST HYPOTHESIS, RULERS OF THE SOUTH SAXONS, URL anglo-saxonkingsofsussex.blogspot.com
Here's to you all ! Aethelwalh.
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