Mul (Wessex) of Kent
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Mul (Wessex) of Kent (abt. 0661 - abt. 0686)

Mul "Mulus, King of Kent" of Kent formerly Wessex
Born about in Wessex, Englandmap
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BIOGRAPHY

Mul of Wessex, [1] was the son of CŒNBERHT . Mother unknown. Mul and his brother Cædwalla attacked Kent in 686 . Then Mul, while King of Kent , was murdered there in 687 .

He is buried in a royal grave site in St Augustine's Abbey, Canterbury. The other Kings of Kent buried with him are Hlothhere ( aka Lothaire ) of Kent, Eadbald of Kent and Wihtred of Kent

See also: MUL OF KENT showing him as King of Kent, under his brother who was King of Wessex until about 686.


References

  1. Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, A and E, 661.



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Mul is 47 degrees from Mary McCauley, 49 degrees from B. W. J. Molier and 31 degrees from Henry VIII of England on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.