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Florence of Worcester
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↑ Ælfthryth, wife of Edgar (v. 20:06, 24 May 2017).
↑ 5.05.1 Harding (1845), states that some historians named Ordgar's father: Alpsius, (p. 9).
↑ Note: Primary sources researched by fmg.ac for Leofric, Ealdorman of the Hwicce do not list his parents. It seems that Freeman and secondary sources, such as Smith (1873) have connected him to this line, but it's most likely incorrect. (Also see footnotes for Wulfric Spot)
There is a circular dates problem with Ordwulf (Edulf) of Wessex Devon, born c. 901. His parents are listed here as Ordgar of Devon and Wulfrith Redburch, but their birth dates are later than his.
Then as you go back, the dates end up generations off, as descendants are listed as ancestors. Can anyone please straighten out the multiple conflicts?
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