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

*Alfred the Great King of England
born 0849 Wantage, Berkshire, England
died 26 October 0901 Winchester, Hampshire, England

*Alswitha (Ealswitha) of Mercia Queen of the Gaini
born 0852
died 0918

*Ethelfleda born about 0869 Wessex, England
died 12 June 0918 Tamworth, St. Peters, Gloucestershire, England
Ethelgifu Abbess of Shaftsbury
*Elfrida Princess of England
born about 0877 Wessex, England
died 0920

spouse (1st):
*Ecgwyn of Wessex
married 0893
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children (from 1st marriage):
*St. Edith (Eadgyth) Princess of England born 0897 Wessex, England died 0937
Alfred of England

spouse (2nd):
Ælfleda Queen of England
born about 0878 Wessex, England
(sister of *Aethelfrith of Wessex)

children (from 2nd marriage):
Edwin Prince of England born about 0902 Wessex, England died about 0933
Ethelwerd or Elfwerd Prince of England born about 0900 Wessex, England died about 0924
Ethile (Eadhilde) Princess of England born about 0908 Wessex, England died 14 September 0937
Elfleda Princess of England born about 0903 Wessex, England
Ethelhilda Princess of England born about 0906 Wessex, England

*Edgiva of Kent
born 0896

children (from 3rd marriage):
Athelstan King of England
born about 0910
Edred King of England
*Edmund I King of England
born 0922died 26 May 0946
*Editha Princess of England born about 0910 Wessex, England died 21 January 0947
*Ogive (Eadgifu) of France born about 0904 Wessex, England died after 0951 born about 0904 Wessex, England died after 0951
Edred King of England
*Elgiva Princess of England
born 0912 England

biographical and/or anecdotal:
"The Unconquerored King," was born about 870 and died about 924. He reigned 24 years from 900 to 924. He was not, like his father, a legislator or a scholar, although it is said that he founded the University of Cambridge, but he was great warrior. He gradually extended his sway over the whole island, in which project he was assisted by his sister the "Lady of Mercia" who headed her own troops and gained victories over both the Danes and Britons. Tradition assigns to Edward an even wider rule shortly before his death. In the middle of the ninth century the Picts and the Scots had been amalgamated under Kenneth MacAlpin, the King of the Scots, just as Mercia and Wessex were being welded together by the attacks of the Danes. It is said that in 925 the King of the Scots, together with other northern rulers, chose Edward "to father and lord." Probably this statement only covers some act of alliance formed by the English King with King of Scots and other lesser rulers. Nothing was more natural than that of the Scottish King, Constantine, should wish to obtain the support of Edward against his enemies; and it is natural that if Edward agreed to support him he would require some acknowledgment of the superiority of the English King. After a prosperous reign, King Edward died in Forndon, Northamptonshire in 925. He married Lady Edgiva (Edgina), daughter of Earl Sigelline (Sigilline), Earl of Meapham. He succeeded his father about 901, and raised the supremacy of Wessex into something little short of an imperial authority, extending his sway over Mercia, East Anglia, and Northumbria.

notes or source:
The Paternal Ancestry of Homer Beers James
Ogive and Elgiva sound suspisiously the same.
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