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BEDWIG. (Beowi)(Bedvig-S3). [CHART A1].
Son of ODIN. (SCEAF)(DAN I).
The Prologue is the first section of four books of the Prose Edda, by the Icelandic scholar, lawspeaker and historian Snorri Sturluson, consists of an account of the origins of the Norse and the Norse gods who are described descended from the Thracians. The genealogy presented by Snorri begins with Priam. Priam's daughter Tróán married king Múnón or Mennón. Their son was Trór, or Thor, who was fostered in Thrace. Thor slew his foster father and married Sibil, identified as Sif. The line of descendants of Thor and Sif is given as follows: Lóriði, Einridi, Vingethor, Vingener, Móda, Magi, Seskef, Bedvig, Athra, Ítermann, Heremód, Skjaldun, Bjáf , Ját, Gudólfr, Finn, Fríallaf. Finally, the son of Fríallaf was "Vóden, whom we call Odin", who came to Germany (Saxland) and established the royal lines there. (S3).
Note that Hwala is missing from this list from Snorri, but is included in other genealogies.
CHILDREN of Bedwig:
- [S1]. Two of the Saxon Chronicles Parallel. Charles Plummer. Clarendon Press:Oxford. 1965.
- [S2]. The official website of Alynia H. Rule. http://www.ancuairt.org/genealogy/cerdic.htm.
- [S3]. Prologue (Prose Edda). Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prologue_(Prose_Edda).
ANCESTORS OF BEDWIG
Adam (4001BC-3071BC) and Eve
Abraham (2052BC-1877BC) and Sarah
Isaac (1892BC-1713BC) and Rebekah
Jacob (Israel) (1892BC-1739BC) and Leah
Judah (c1870-after1670BC) and Tamar
Erichthonius ( 1412-1368) and Astyoche Ilium
Troas, King of Dardania. (1366-1326).
Ilus, King of Troy. (1326-1277).
Laomedon (1277-1233), King of Troy, md Strymo.
Priam, King of Troy
Munion (c1260-1181) and Troana
Thor and Sebil
HOW ARE WE RELATED:
Frithuwald.( Bor). (c190AD-?).
ODIN. (215-300AD). King of the Saxons. md Frea.
Baeldaeg md Nanna, dau of Gewar, King of Norway.
Elsa I. (Elesa I).
Elsa II. (Elesa II).
Cerdic I. King of Britain & West Saxons.
Ceawlin, King of Wessex.
Eafa. He married a princess of Kent.
EAHLMUND. (?-786AD), md dau of AETHELBERT II.
EGBERT. King of Wessex. He married Redburg.
ETHELWULF md (2) Judith, dau of Charles the Bald.
ALFRED, The Great, K. of England, md Ealswith.
EDWARD The Elder. King of England.
Edmund I. (922-946). He married Elgiva.
Edgar I, The Peaceable.
Ethelred II, The Unready. (c968-1016) md Elfreda.
Edward Athling, the Exile.
Margarethe md Malcolm III Caenmore of Scotland.
Edith. She married HENRY I, King of England.
Matilda. (Maud) md (1) Henry V of Germany.
HENRY II, King of England, md Ida.
William I Longspee md Ela Fitzpatrick.
William II Longspee md Idonie de Camville.
Ela Longspee md James de Audley.
Hugh de Audley md Isolde de Mortimer.
Hugh de Audley md Margaret de Clare.
Margaret de Audley. md Ralph de Stafford.
Hugh Stafford. md Philippa de Beauchamp.
Edmund Stafford. md Anne of Gloucester.
Humphrey Stafford. md Anne Neville.
Margaret Stafford md Robert Dunham.
John Dunham md Elizabeth Bowett.
John Dunham II md Jean Thorland.
John Dunham III md Benedict Folgamsee.
Ralph Dunham. He married Elizabeth Wentworth.
Thomas Dunham. He married Jane Bromley.
John Dunham Sr.. He married Susanna Kenney/Keno.
John Dunham Jr.. He married Mary.
Mary Dunham. She married James Hamblin.
Elkenah Hamblin. He married Abigail Hamblin.
Sylvanus Hamblin. He married Dorcas Fish.
Barnabus Hamblin. He married Mary Bassett.
Isaiah Hamblin. He married Daphne Haynes.
Jacob Vernon Hamblin md Sarah Priscilla Leavitt.
Ella Ann Hamblin md Warren Moroni Tenney.
Clive Vernon Tenney md Minnie Williams
Mildred Ella Tenney = Glenn Russell Handy
Deborah Lee Handy and Rodney Allen Morris