Saxon Heptarchy is in Royalty.
King East Anglia
In 654 Penda King Mercia -655 defeated the East Anglian army at the Battle of Bulcamp at Bulcamp Blythburgh. Anna King East Anglia -654 and his son Jurmin Wuffingas -654 were killed. Anna's son Æthelhere King East Anglia -655 succeeded King East Anglia.
On 15 Nov 655 Oswiu King Bernicia 612-670 (43) defeated the Mercian army (probably) at Cock Beck during the Battle of the Winwaed ending the period of Mercian dominance. The battle is believed to have ended Anglo-Saxon paganism.
On 15 Nov 655 Æthelwald King Deira 642-, an ally of Penda King Mercia -655, withdrew his forces, one of many Mercian allies to do so, weakening King Penda's army.
Penda King Mercia -655 and Æthelhere King East Anglia -655 were killed. Penda's son Paeda King South Mercia -656 succeeded King South Mercia.
Æthelwold King East Anglia -664 succeeded King East Anglia after the death of his father at the Battle of the Winwaed.
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle 600-649. 616. This year died Ethelbert (66), king of Kent, the first of English kings that received baptism: he was the son of Ermenric. He reigned fifty-six winters, and was succeeded by his son Eadbald. And in this same year had elapsed from the beginning of the world five thousand six hundred and eighteen winters. This Eadbald renounced his baptism, and lived in a heathen manner; so that he took to wife the relict of his father. Then Laurentius, who was archbishop in Kent, meant to depart southward over sea, and abandon everything. But there came to him in the night the apostle Peter, and severely chastised him, because he would so desert the flock of God. And he charged him to go to the king, and teach him the right belief. And he did so; and the king returned to the right belief. In this king's days the same Laurentius, who was archbishop in Kent after Augustine, departed this life on the second of February, and was buried near Augustine. The holy Augustine in his lifetime invested him bishop, to the end that the church of Christ, which yet was new in England, should at no time after his decease be without an archbishop. After him Mellitus, who was first Bishop of London, succeeded to the archbishopric. The people of London, where Mellitus was before, were then heathens: and within five winters of this time, during the reign of Eadbald, Mellitus died. To him succeeded Justus, who was Bishop of Rochester, whereto he consecrated Romanus bishop.
On 23 Apr 725 Wihtred King of Kent 670-725 (55) died. His son Eadbert I King of Kent -748 succeeded King Kent. He may have eigned with his brothers Æthelbert II King of Kent 725-762 and Alric of King of Kent.
Queen Consort Kent
Queen Consort Wessex