p. son of Ordgar, Earldorman of Devon, Earl of Devonshire (d.971) and Wulfthryth of Devon. Issue:
m. Aelfwyn or Elfwina of Mercia, Lady of Mercia, b. 905, Mercia, Essex.
Palgrave, F. (1832). The Rise and Progress of the English Commonwealth: Anglo-Saxon Period. Containing the Anglo-Saxon Policy, and the Institutions Arising Out of Laws and Usages which Prevailed Before the Conquest, (Vol.2, pp.). J. Murry. Google eBook.
Smith, J.R. (1873). The Reliquary and Illustrated Archaeologist, (Vol 13-14, pp.29). Google eBook. (Dubious Source)
↑ 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)
Note: ref: Wikipedia (http://www. wikipedia.org) (04 Apr 10) -
Ordwulf was the son of Ealdorman Orgar. His mother was a member of the royal family of Wessex. The family's power lay in the west of Wessex. Ordgar was buried in Exeter and his son Ordwulf founded, or refounded, Tavistock Abbey.
WikiTree profile DeDevon-4 created through the import of Grindberg Family Tree.ged on Apr 9, 2012 by Kyle Grindberg.
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