Æthelwulf, King of Wessex

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Æthelwulf, King of Wessex, son of Ecgbeorht, King of Wessex, Sussex, Surrey, Essex, & Mercia and Raedburh, died 13 January 858.1,2,3

Æthelwulf married (1) Osburh, daughter of Oslac, say 837;1,2 he married (2) Judith of France, daughter of Charles II "the bald," King of Franks and Western Emperor and Ermentrude of Orléans, at Verberie, near Senlis, France, 1 October 856.4,2,3

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Family 1

Osburh d. abt. 856

Family 2

Judith of France b. abt. 844, d. aft. 870
This person was last edited on21 Aug 2019


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