On 05 Aug 759 Æthelwald Moll King of Northumbria was crowned King Northumbria.
On 06 Aug 761 Oswine Aetheling was killed by Æthelwald Moll King of Northumbria.
Around 762 [his son] Æthelred I of Northumbria was born to Æthelwald Moll King of Northumbria.
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 774. This year the Northumbrians banished their king, Alred, from York at Easter-tide; and chose [his son] Ethelred (age 12), the son of Mull, for their lord, who reigned four winters. This year also appeared in the heavens a red crucifix, after sunset; the Mercians and the men of Kent fought at Otford; and wonderful serpents were seen in the land of the South-Saxons.