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Wigmund (Mercia) of Mercia

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Wigmund (Wimund) of Mercia formerly Mercia
Born [date unknown] in Mercia, Englandmap
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Husband of — married in Herefordshire, Englandmap
[children unknown]
Died about in Mercia, Englandmap
Profile last modified | Created 12 Sep 2010
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Biography



Wigmund, or Wimund, of Mercia predeased his father, Wiglaf of Mercia (d.839/840). His son and heir, Wystan, or Wistan, of Mercia then inherited the Mercian throne when Wiglaf died ... but declined, and even wanted to make his mother Ælfflæd of Mercia, regent. Instead, she was thwarted by Berhtwulf by 841.

Early Life

p. Wiglaf of Mercia

Family

m. Ælfflæd of Mercia (after 840). Issue:[1][2]
  • Wigstan of Mercia (Saint. Wystan)[3]

Links

Sources

Bot, D.J. (1953). The Murder of Wistan. Transactions, 29. Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society. PDF.

Footnotes

  1. Wikipedia: Ælfflæd of Mercia (II)
  2. Father: Ceolwulf I of Mercia
  3. 839/40: inherited throne from his grandfather, but declined


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On 4 Oct 2011 at 07:20 GMT Aran Stubbs wrote:

Why privatize someone from the 8th century? Share your information. Mucel married Osburga Ostacsdottir. They had a kid Aethelred of the Gaini, who's daughter married Alfred the Great. Now is that so hard???



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