Eadred

Eadred (also Edred, etc.) was the king of England from 946 until his death in 955, in succession to his elder brother Edmund I.

Read more about Eadred:  Background and Succession, Trouble in Northumbria, Government, Health Conditions and Death, Ancestry

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Eadgifu Of Kent
... She became the mother of two sons, Edmund I of England, later King Edmund I, and Eadred of England, later King Eadred, and two daughters, Saint Eadburh of Winchester and Eadgifu ... the witness list as mater regis, after her sons Edmund and Eadred but before the archbishops and bishops ... Following the death of her younger son Eadred in 955, she was deprived of her lands by her eldest grandson, King Eadwig, perhaps because she took the side of his ...
Eadred - Ancestry
... Ancestors of Eadred of England 16 ... Egbert of Wessex 8 ...
Æthelwold Of Winchester - Early Life
... During the reign of King Eadred (946-955), Æthelwold wished to travel to Europe to learn more about the monastic life, but Eadred refused permission ... When Eadred died, he was succeeded by his nephew, Eadwig, who drove Eadred's chief advisor, Dunstan, into exile ...
Eadred (disambiguation)
... Eadred (died 955) was a king of England ... Eadred may also refer to Eadred (bishop), Bishop of Durham (d ...
Eadred (bishop)
... Eadred (died 1042) was Bishop of Durham in around 1040 ... Eadred is said to have taken money from the cathedral funds and purchased the office of bishop from the king ... that because of the sin of simony, Eadred died before he could be enthroned as bishop ...