*Edmund I "The Magnificent" King of England
born 0922
died 26 May 0946 Pucklechurch, Dorset, England

*Edward the Elder "The Unconquered" King of England
born 0870
died 0924 Forndon, Northhamptonshire, England

*Edgiva of Kent
born 0896

Athelstan King of England
born about 0910
Edred King of England
*Editha Princess of England
born Abt 0910 Wessex, England died 21 Jan 0947
*Ogive (Eadgifu) of France born Abt 0904 Wessex, England died Aft 0951 born Abt 0904 Wessex, England died Aft 0951
Athelstan King of England
Edred King of England
*Elgiva Princess of England
born 0912 England

*Elgiva (St. Aelfgifu) Queen of England
born 0924
died 0944
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Edwig King of England
*Edgar King of England
born 0943 Wessex, England died 8 July 0975 Wessex, England
buried Glastonbury Abbey, Somerset, England

biographical and/or anecdotal:
*Edmund I the Magnificent. was born in 922, the twelfth of his father's fifteen children. The first of the six Boy Kings, he reigned from 939 to 946. He had to meet a general uprising of the Danes of Mercia as well as those of the North. In the suppression of this he showed himself to be a great statesman as well as a great warrior. Little is definitely known about the policy of the Scots at this time but it appears that they joined the English whenever they were afraid of the Danes, and joined the Danes whenever they were afraid of the English. Edmund made it to be the interest of the Scottish King permanently to join the English. The southern part of the kingdom of Strathclyde had for some time been under the English Kings. In 945 Edmund took the remainder, but gave it to Malcolm on condition that he should be his fellow worker by sea and land. The king of the Scots thus entered into a position of dependent alliance towards Edmund. A great step was thus taken; the dominant powers in the island were to be English and Scots, not English and Danes. Edmund thought it worth while to conciliate the Scottish Celts rather than to endeavor to conquer them. The result of Edmund's statesmanship was soon seen, but he did not live to gather its fruits. On May 26, 946 an outlaw named Lief, who had taken his seat at a banquet in his hall, slew him as Edmund was attempting to drag him out by his hair. He was succeeded by his brother Edred. He married *Princess Elgiva (Aelfgifu)., known as the "Fairies Gift,." who died in 944.

notes or source:
ancestry.com & Homer Beers james