Biography of Ida King Bernicia -559

Around 547 Ida King Bernicia -559 was appointed King Bernicia.

In 559 Ida King Bernicia -559 died.

Anglo Saxon Chronicle 650 699. 670. This year died Oswy (58), King of Northumberland, on the fifteenth day before the calends of March; and Egferth (25) his son reigned after him. Lothere, the nephew of Bishop Egelbert (45), succeeded to the bishopric over the land of the West-Saxons, and held it seven years. He was consecrated by Archbishop Theodore (68). Oswy (58) was the son of Ethelfrith, Ethelfrith of Ethelric, Ethelric of Ida, Ida of Eoppa.

Battle of Dun Nechtain

Anglo Saxon Chronicle 650 699. 685. This year King Everth (40) commanded Cuthbert (51) to be consecrated a bishop; and Archbishop Theodore (83), on the first day of Easter, consecrated him at York Bishop of Hexham; for Trumbert had been deprived of that see. The same year Everth (40) was slain by the north sea, and a large army with him, on the thirteenth day before the calends of June. He continued king fifteen winters; and his brother Elfrith succeeded him in the government. Everth (40) was the son of Oswy. Oswy of Ethelferth, Ethelferth of Ethelric, Ethelric of Ida, Ida of Eoppa. About this time Ceadwall (26) began to struggle for a kingdom. Ceadwall (26) was the son of Kenbert, Kenbert of Chad, Chad of Cutha, Cutha of Ceawlin, Ceawlin of Cynric, Cynric of Cerdic. Mull, who was afterwards consigned to the flames in Kent, was the brother of Ceadwall (26). The same year died Lothhere, King of Kent; and John was consecrated Bishop of Hexham, where he remained till Wilferth was restored, when John was translated to York on the death of Bishop Bosa. Wilferth his priest was afterwards consecrated Bishop of York, and John retired to his monastery in the woods of Delta. This year there was in Britain a bloody rain, and milk and butter were turned to blood.

Anglo-Saxon Chronicle 700-749. 729. This year appeared the comet-star, and St. Egbert (90) died in Iona. This year also died the etheling Oswald; and Osric was slain, who was eleven winters king of Northumberland; to which kingdom Ceolwulf succeeded, and held it eight years. The said Ceolwulf was the son of Cutha, Cutha of Cuthwin, Cuthwin of Leodwald, Leodwald of Egwald, Egwald of Ealdhelm, Ealdhelm of Occa, Occa of Ida, Ida of Eoppa. Archbishop Bertwald died this year on the ides of January. He was bishop thirty-seven winters, and six months, and fourteen days. The same year Tatwine (59), who was before a priest at Bredon in Mercia, was consecrated archbishop by Daniel Bishop of Winchester, Ingwald Bishop of London, Aldwin Bishop of Lichfield, and Aldulf Bishop of Rochester, on the tenth day of June. He enjoyed the archbishopric about three years.

Ida King Bernicia -559 was born to [his father] Eoppa Bernicia.

[his son] Occa Northumbria was born to Ida King Bernicia -559.

[his son] Æthelric King Bernicia -572 was born to Ida King Bernicia -559.