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Eadred Ætheling

Eadred Ætheling (Old English Eadred Æþeling) (d. c.1012) was the fourth of the six sons of King Æthelred the Unready by his first wife Ælfgifu.[1] He witnessed charters between 993 and 1012 or 1013,[2] but died before his father was forced to flee to Normandy in late 1013[3]

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  1. ^ , Oxford Online DNB, 2004Edmund IIM. K. Lawson,
  2. ^ Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England, Eadred 1
  3. ^ , Oxford Online DNB, 2004Æthelstan ÆthelingSimon Keynes,
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