Family:Egbert of Wessex and Redburh Wessex (1)

b. between about 769 and 780
d. 839
b. bet abt 768 and 788
m. between about 789 and 792
Facts and Events
Marriage[1] between about 789 and 792
bet abt 0795 and 0810
13 Jan 0857/8 Wessex, England
  1. ECGBERHT, in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.
  2.   Biographie of Egbert on Wikipedia, in Wikipedia, found 2016, Secondary quality.

    Issue Æthelwulf, King of Wessex
    Egbert's wife's name is unknown. A fifteenth century chronicle now held by Oxford University names Egbert's wife as Redburga who was supposedly a relation of Charlemagne that he married when he was banished to Francia, but this is dismissed by academic historians in view of its late date.
    He was believed at one time to also be the father of Saint Eadgyth of Polesworth and Æthelstan of Kent.