FEMALE Wynflæd

Mother of St. Ælfgifu.

In 966, king Eadgar ("Adgar") of England confirmed a grant of land in co. Dorset to Shaftesbury Abbey which had formerly been granted by his grandmother Winfled ["... ego Adgar tocius Britannie basileus ... ava mea Winfled" Cart. Sax. 3: 449 (#1186)]. Since Eadgar's paternal grandmother is documented by other records as Eadgifu, Wynflæd must have been his maternal grandmother, and therefore mother of St. Ælfgifu, mother of Eadgar.

Date of birth: Unknown.
Place of birth:
Unknown.

Date of death: Unknown.
Place of death: Unknown.

Father: Unknown.

Mother: Unknown.

Spouse: Unknown.

Children:

FEMALE St. Ælfgifu, d. 18 May ca. 944;
m.
Eadmund I, d. 26 May 946, king of England.



Bibliography

Cart. Sax. = Walter de Gray Birch, ed., Cartularium Saxonicum, 4 vols. (1885-99).


Compiled by Stewart Baldwin

First uploaded 20 June 2010.

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