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  Maximilian Genealogy Master Database 2000 - pafg72 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Alfred married Ealhswith of the GAINI on 867.
Ealhswith of the GAINI [Parents] was born 852.
Ealhswith of the GAINI was born 852 and died 902.
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 All Abbey Ancestors - pafg14 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Ealhswith of Mercia Queen [Parents] was born about 852 in Mercia, England.
Ealhswith married Alfred King of England on 868.
Sigehelm Earl of Kent was born 830 in Kent, England.
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 Ancestors and Family of Alfred the Great of Wessex & Kent
Marriage: Ealhswith of the Gaini in 868 in Winchester, Hampshire, England
It is for his valiant defence of his kingdom against a stronger enemy, for securing peace with the Vikings and for his farsighted reforms in the reconstruction of Wessex and beyond, that Alfred - alone of all the English kings and queens - is known as 'the Great'.
Alfred married Ealhswith of the Gaini, daughter of AEthelred, the Great Mucil and Eadburh of Mercia, in 868 in Winchester, Hampshire, England.
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 Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-08)
Married: 868, Ealhswith (d.902) of Mercia - 5 children.
Although Alfred is certainly the best known of the West Saxon kings, much of what we think we know about him is myth, created by later writers in veneration of the saviour of the Saxons who alone held back the onslaught of the Danes and who established a period of prosperity in England.
His wife, Ealhswith, was the daughter of a Mercian nobleman and, through her mother, descended from the Mercian royal line, so that Alfred's sons could claim the royal blood of both Wessex and Mercia.
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 Ancestors and Family of Ealhswith of the Gaini
Ancestors and Family of Ealhswith of the Gaini
Edward I the Elder of Wessex and Kent+
Ealhswith married Alfred the Great of Wessex and Kent, son of AEthelwulf of England and Osburh of Wight, in 868 in Winchester, Hampshire, England.
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 Hilton family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-08)
(EALHSWITH OF THE GAINI reference 10294) EALHSWITH was born ABT.
EALHSWITH became the mother of EDWARD I THE ELDER ABT.
ALFRED became the father of EDWARD I THE ELDER ABT.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Alfred the Great
Nothing is known of his movements during the reigns of Ethelbald and Ethelbert, but Asser, speaking of him during the reign of Ethelred, gives him the title of Secundarius.
In 868 he married Ealhswith, daughter of Ethelred, surnamed the Mickle, Ealdorman of the Gainas.
The West-Saxons and the Mercians were then engaged in a war against the invading Danes and Alfred took an active part in the struggle.
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Marriage (2): Ealhswith in 868 in Winchester, co. Hampshire, ENG
Alfred next married Ealhswith in 868 in Winchester, co. Hampshire, ENG.
(Ealhswith was born in 852 and died in 902.)
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 COON-KUHN - STEADMAN Connections
Alfred The Great" King of ENGLAND and Ealhswith Queen of ENGLAND were married in 868.
Parents: Alfred The Great" King of ENGLAND and Ealhswith Queen of ENGLAND.
Spouse: Baudouin II "the Bald" Count of FLANDERS.
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In saving Wessex, however, Alfred had saved England for the English people, for it was from Wessex as a center that his successors began the task of reconquering England from the Danes."
The Great married Queen Ealhswith> Of England-[1621] [MRIN:332], daughter of Eald Ethelred "The Mickle" Ealdorman Of The Gainas-[11218] and Eadburh Fadburn-[1850], in 868.
(Queen Ealhswith> Of England-[1621] was born about 852 in Mercia, England and died on 5 Dec 905
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ALFRED THE GREAT married EALHSWITH OF MERCIA-[471] [MRIN:208], daughter of ETHELRED MUNCIL Ealdorman of Gainsborough-[531] and EADBURGA-[532], in 868.
(EALHSWITH OF MERCIA-[471] was born in 852 in Mercia, England and died in 904 in Winchester, England.)
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 Ancestors of Alfred The Great King Of England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-08)
Died: 26 Oct 901, Winchester, Hampshire, England, about age 53
Alfred married Ealhswith Queen Of England, daughter of Ethelred Mucil Eald Of The Gainai and Eadburh Fadburn.
(Ealhswith Queen Of England was born about 852 in Mercia, England and died on 5 Dec 905.)
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 Alfred The Great Of WESSEX - Ancestor of Wayne Bower or Laurie McBurney
He was the only ruler to resist Danish invasions successfully and laid the foundation for the unification of England.
Alfred married Ealhswith MUCEL, daughter of Ealdorman (Earl) Ethelred MUCEL and Unknown.
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 Brink-Day-Johnston-Fletcher - Person Page 29
Only a king could have mobilised the resources for such a task:the initiative must have been Alfred's.
Winchester included a royalpalace, a cathedral and its community, a new monastery probably plannedby Alfred although not completed until after his death, and a nunneryfounded by Queen Ealhswith.
It also housed a royal mint, merchants onwhose services the court depended, and residences for the counsellors inattendance on the King.
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 Ealhswith of The Gaini   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-08)
Marriage: Alfred The Great of Wessex and Kent 868, Winchester, England
Another name for Ealhswith was Aelhswitha Gainsborough of Brittany.
Ealhswith married Alfred The Great of Wessex and Kent, son of King of Kent Ethelwulf and Osburgha of Wight, in 868 in Winchester, England.
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 "The Great" ALFRED, KING OF ENGLAND/Alswitha (Ealhswith) Of MERCIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-08)
"The Great" ALFRED, KING OF ENGLAND/Alswitha (Ealhswith) Of MERCIA
Wes Patterson has taken great strides to verify as much of the information as possible (with original documentation), but in a work of this magnitude it is impossible to verify every piece of data.
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 Ancestors of Alfred King_of_england
GEN: Other : deming genealogy vol 2 film #1421663 at lds
(Ealhswith was born about 852 in Mercia, England and died ' 902.)
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