Person:Ælfgar, Earl of Mercia (1)

Ælfgar _____, Earl of Mercia
b.Abt 1002 Avon, England
m. 1030
  1. Ælfgar _____, Earl of MerciaAbt 1002 - Abt 1062
  2. Hereward Bourne, Lord of MerciaAbt 1004 - Aft 1086
  3. _____ MerciaAbt 1005 -
  • HÆlfgar _____, Earl of MerciaAbt 1002 - Abt 1062
  • W.  Elgiva of Northumbria (add)
  1. Edwin _____, Earl of MerciaEst 1028 - Aft 1070
  2. Morcar _____Est 1030 - Aft 1070
  3. Ealdgyth _____, Queen consort of England
  4. Lucia of MerciaEst 1040 - 1100
Facts and Events
Name[2] Ælfgar _____, Earl of Mercia
Alt Name Afgar _____
Gender Male
Birth? Abt 1002 Avon, England(Mercia)
Death[3] Abt 1062 Coventry, Warwickshire, England
Reference Number? Q271362?

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Ælfgar (died c. 1060) was the son of Leofric, Earl of Mercia, by his famous mother Godgifu (Lady Godiva). He succeeded to his father's title and responsibilities on the latter's death in 1057. He gained the additional title of Earl of East Anglia, but also was exiled for a time. Through the first marriage of his daughter he would become father-in-law of the Welsh king Gruffydd ap Llywelyn; a few years after his death, his daughter would become a widow and marry English King Harold.

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  3. ÆLFGAR (-[1062]), in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.