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Alfred "The Great" King of England
(0849-0901)
Ealhswith Queen of England
(Abt 0852-0902)
Æthelhelm Ældorman of Wiltshire
Edward I "The Elder" of Wessex King of England
(0871/0875-0925)
Ælflaeda Queen of England
(Abt 0878-Abt 0919)
Ædgyth of England
(Abt 0910-0946)

 

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Otto "the Great" of Saxony Holy Roman Emperor

Ædgyth of England

  • Born: Abt 910
  • Marriage: Otto "the Great" of Saxony Holy Roman Emperor 160
  • Died: 26 Jan 946, Germany about age 36 470
  • Buried: St Maurice Cathedral, Magdeburg, Germany 470

bullet  General Notes:

~Weis' Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th Edition, 45:16-18, Eadgth or Edith, the daughter of Edward the Elder, Saxon King England and his wife Alfflaed, married Otto I, The Great, Holy Roman Emperor. Edith and Otto I were the parents of Luitgarde who married Conrad the Wise, Duke of Lorraine.

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bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Web Reference: Edgyth of England.
Edith was born to the reigning English king Edward the Elder by his second wife, Ælfflæd, and hence was granddaughter of Alfred the Great. Nothing is known of her until in order to seal an alliance between two Saxon kingdoms, her half-brother, King Athelstan of England, sent two of his sisters (Eadgyth and Eadgifu of Wessex) to Germany, instructing the Duke of Saxony (later Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor) to choose whichever one pleased him best. Otto chose Edith and married her in 929.


Ædgyth married Otto "the Great" of Saxony Holy Roman Emperor, son of Heinrich I "the Fowler" King of Saxony Holy Roman Emperor and Mechtilde of Ringleheim.160 (Otto "the Great" of Saxony Holy Roman Emperor was born on 23 Nov 912 in Saxony 160 and died on 7 May 973 in Memleben, Saxony 160.)


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