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Odda [Odo, Odda of Deerhurst, Æthelwine], earllocked

(d. 1056)
  • Ann Williams

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Odda [Odo, Odda of Deerhurst, Æthelwine], earl (d. 1056), magnate, is said to have been a kinsman of Edward the Confessor. It has been suggested that he was the son of Ælfhere of Mercia (d. 983); a more likely ancestor is Æthelweard (d. 998?)...

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