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Ancestors (and descendant) of Creoda King Of The West Saxons King of the West Saxons


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Elesa
± 439-± 558
Unknown Wife
± 452-????
  
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Unknown Wife
± 471-????
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Creoda King Of The West Saxons King of the West Saxons
± 493-± 534
x
± 524
Unknown Wife
± 510-????
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Moalda Digri Kinriksdatter
± 594-± 688
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Cynric King Of Wessex King of Wessex
± 495-± 659
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Household of Creoda King Of The West Saxons King of the West Saxons

He is married to Unknown Wife about 524 at Wessex, England.

Child(ren):

  1. Moalda Digri Kinriksdatter  ± 594-± 688 Tree
  2. Cynric King Of Wessex King of Wessex  ± 495-± 659 Tree


Notes by Creoda King Of The West Saxons King of the West Saxons

Not all Genealogies show Creoda
Many genealogies do not include Creoda, stating Cynric is the son of Cerdic.

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Cerdic, King of Wessex
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Born: ?
Died: 534
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Father: Elesa
Mother: ?
Married (1): ?
Children:
Cynric, King of Wessex
Creoda
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King of Wessex 519-534
Cerdic and Cynric, two Saxon princes, came to Britain in 495, and fought with the Britons the very day they landed. In 508, they slew a British king Natanleod. In 514, the subjects of the princes arrived in Britain at what became Wessex. In 519, they fought with the Britons at Charford, and in that year Cerdic assumed the government of Wessex as its first king. In 527, the two fought the Britons at Cerdic's-ley, and in 530 they conquered the Isle of Wight. In 534, Cerdic died, and Cyrnic took the government.

Cerdic was given an ancestry that took him back to Woden, the chief Anglo-Saxon god. Cerdic was said to be the son of Elesa, son of Gewis, son of Wye, son of Frewin, son of Frithgar, son of Brand, son of Balday, son of Woden. For Wodens own ancestors back to Adam, the first man, see Hengist, King of Kent.
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Frederick Rose's Genealogy
URL: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=PED&db=:1416850&id=I88739834
ID: I98113259
Name: (Prince) Creoda OF WESSEX
Given Name: (Prince) Creoda
Surname: of Wessex
Sex: M
Birth: 493

Father: (King) Cerdic OF WESSEX b: 470 in Saxony, Germany

Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
Children
(King) Cynric OF WESSEX b: 510 in Wessex, England

not all geneaologies show Creoda, some skip from Cerdic to Cynric.
[Alan Wilson , qoting Weis 7th ed.,
1992, and others] ..not included in Weis.
[Lawrence Crowl, 503-737-2554 Computer Science Department -at- cs. orst.edu>, Oregon State University]: 'Alan B. Wilson' wrote:
> 1. Cerdic of Wessex King (Circa 467 - 534). > [2. Creoda of Wessex
Prince (Circa 493 - )not included in Weis]. > 3. Cynric of Wessex King
(Circa 500 - 560) (son of Cerdic in Anglo Saxon Chronicles).
> 4. Ceawlin of Wessex King (Circa 525 - 591/593). and ...Tom Camfield
wrote: >Where does CREODA come from? I have
what I believe to be a quote from the >Saxon Chronicle: 'A.D. 495 -
This year came two leaders into Britain, Cerdic >and Cynric, his son,
with five shiops, at a place that is called Cerdic's-ore. And >they
fought with the Welsh the same day.' Cynric then should be numbered 2
(above). Was Creoda his brother? If so, was he a later arrival?
The entry from Dorothy Whitelock, 'The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, A Revised
Translation' reads:
495 In this year two chieftains, Cerdic and his son Cynric, came with
five ships to Britain at the place which is called Cerdicesora , and
they fought against the Britons on the same day.
Creoda comes from a much later entry in some copies of the Chronicle.
(The copies have many inconsistencies, additions, and omissions.)
855-858 ... the son of Ceawlin, the son of Cynric, the son of Creoda,
the son of Cerdic.
My interpretation is that Creoda should not be present in the
genealogy. However, I suspect people tend to leave it in so as not to
lose information. //
[unknown gedcom from D. Pettit to R. Demaray May '96] Creeda Ruler of
West Saxons.
{geni:about_me} http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creoda_of_Wessex

Creoda of Wessex (b. c. 493) is a shadowy figure in early Wessex history, mentioned only in the regnal list in the preface of the Anglo-Saxon chronicle. There he is stated to have been the son of Cerdic and father to Cynric.

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# ID: I179794

# Name: King Creoda [@ <^>v] de Wessex

# Sex: M

# Birth: 510

# Death: 559

Father: King Cerdic [@ <^>v] de Wessex b: 492

Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown

Children

1. Has Children King Cynric [@ <^>v] de Wessex b: 528

source:

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http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=PED&db=gilead07&id=I253485

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Some authorities question Creoda's insertion as a generation between Cerdic and Cynric.

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reoda of Wessex

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Creoda of Wessex (b. c. 493) is a shadowy figure in early Wessex history, mentioned only in the regnal list in the preface of the Anglo-Saxon chronicle. There he is stated to have been the son of Cerdic and father to Cynric.

Whether or not Creola was a son of Cerdic and father of Cynric is notcertain. From the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, Winchester Manuscript,Cynric is listed as the son of Cerdic. However the Abingdon andWorcester Manuscripts have Creola as the son of Cerdic and father ofCynric. Creola is included here to allow for the possibility that hewas the son of Cerdic

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Bestaan van deze persoon is niet bewezen. Volgens overlevering is zijn zoon Cynric eigenlijk de directe zoon van Cerdic (de vader van Creoda).

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Creoda was a co-Ruler of West Saxons, before 534. Creoda isn't mentioned by every authority, but Royalty For Commoners does include him. Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700 does too, by omission. However, in fairness, even the Anglo-Saxon Chronical skips Creoda. However, if one examines the ages, the Creoda generation does make sense.

"By some accounts he also reigned jointly (519-534) with his grandfather (or father?), Cerdic, founder of Wessex."
Creoda (Not all records show Creoda, and those that do suggest he wasCynric's father. It is more likely that Cynric and Creoda are the sameperson.)

[FAVthomas.FTW]

Cerdic was a Saxon earldorman who founded a settlement on the coast ofHampshire, England, in 495, assumed the title of King of the West Saxonsin 519, and became the ancestor of the English royal line.
He is a shadowy figure in early Wessex history, mentioned only in the regnal list in the preface of the Anglo-Saxon chronicle. There he is stated to have been the son of Cerdic and father to Cynric.
!SOURCES:
1. Anglo-Saxon Bishops, KIngs & Nobles, Eng. 104, pp. 330-31
2. The Royal Line of Succession, A16A225, p. 5
3. Kaiser und Koenig Hist., Gen. Hist. 25, pt 1, p. 95
!SOURCES:
1. Anglo-Saxon Bishops, KIngs & Nobles, Eng. 104, pp. 330-31
2. The Royal Line of Succession, A16A225, p. 5
3. Kaiser und Koenig Hist., Gen. Hist. 25, pt 1, p. 95
!SOURCES:
1. Anglo-Saxon Bishops, KIngs & Nobles, Eng. 104, pp. 330-31
2. The Royal Line of Succession, A16A225, p. 5
3. Kaiser und Koenig Hist., Gen. Hist. 25, pt 1, p. 95
OR "CREODA"; PRINCE OF WESSEX
Prince of Wessex from LDS records. [ROWLEYHR.GED]
!SOURCES:
1. Anglo-Saxon Bishops, KIngs & Nobles, Eng. 104, pp. 330-31
2. The Royal Line of Succession, A16A225, p. 5
3. Kaiser und Koenig Hist., Gen. Hist. 25, pt 1, p. 95
_P_CCINFO 1-20792
Original individual @P2203974838@ (@MS_NHFETTERLYFAMIL0@) merged with @P2203973704@ (@MS_NHFETTERLYFAMIL0@)
Cerdic of Wessex (c. 467 –534 ), the Patriarch of the Blood Royal of Saxony , was an early King of Wessex (519–534). He is first mentioned in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle when he landed in Hampshire in 495 and in 519 gained a great victory at Charford, "but Hengest and Adelle's men had touched hardly more than the coast, and the true conquest of Southern Britain was reserved for a fresh band of Saxons, a tribe known as the Gewissas, who landed under Cerdic and his son Cynric on the shores of the Southampton Water, and pushed in 495 to the great Downs of Gwent where Winchester offered so rich a prize. Nowhere was the strife fiercer than here; and it was not till 519 that a decisive victory at Charford ended the struggle for the "Gwent" and set the crown of the West-Saxons on the head of Cerdic." The West Saxons also fought a British king named Natanleod in Wiltshireand slew him. Under his leadership the West Saxons also advanced into Dorset and Somerset. Cerdic was defeated at Mount Badon in Dorsetshire in 520. The conquest of the Isle of Wight is also mentioned among his campaigns,and it was later given to his nephews, Stuf and Wihtgar (who brought many other Saxons with them).
1 NAME Creoda of /Wessex/ 2 SOUR S033320 3 DATA 4 TEXT Date of Import: Jan 17, 2001 1 BIRT 2 DATE ABT. 493 2 SOUR S033320 3 DATA 4 TEXT Date of Import: Jan 17, 2001

[De La Pole.FTW]

Sources: RC 233; Kirby; Kings and Queens of Britain..
RC: Creoda, Prince of Wessex. (Omitted in some pedigree versions, including Ancestral Roots and Hilliam). Questionable.

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