Uhtred Earl of Northumbria
(-1016)
Sigen
Eadwulf
(-1041)

 

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Eadwulf

  • Died: 1041 1

   Cause of his death was Murdered.

  General Notes:

EADWULF (-murdered 1041). Simeon of Durham names "Aldred, Eadulf and Cospatric" as the three sons of "Uchtred". Earl of Northumbria. Simeon of Durham records that Eadwulf succeeded in Northumbria after his brother Ealdred was murdered but that he was "put to death by Siward". Named son of Uhtred by Roger of Hoveden, second of the three sons he lists, specifying that he succeeded his brother as Earl of Northumbria. He was betrayed and murdered on the orders of King Harthacnut.

m as her second husband, SIGRIDA, [widow] of ARKIL (son of Fridegist), daughter of KILVERT & his wife Ecgfrida. Simeon of Durham's Account of the Siege of Durham records that "Sigrida, the daughter of Kilvert and of Ecgfrida, the daughter of bishop Aldun" (first wife of Eadwulf's father Uhtred) married "Arkil the son of Fridegist, and earl Eadulf, and Arkil the son of Ecgfrith".

Eadwulf & his wife had [two] children. 1


Sources


1 Charles Cawley, <i>Medieval Lands</i>.

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