Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 17 Jul 924. This year died King Edward (age 50) at Farndon in Mercia; and Aelfweard Wessex (age 22) his son died very soon after this, in Oxford [Map]. Their bodies lie at Winchester. And Athelstan (age 30) was chosen king in Mercia, and consecrated at Kingston [Map]. He gave his Eadgyth Wessex Queen Consort Germany to Otho (age 11), son of the king of the Old-Saxons (age 48). St. Dunstan (age 15) was now born; and Wulfhelm took to the archbishopric in Canterbury. This year King Athelstan and Sihtric king of the Northumbrians came together at Tamworth [Map], the sixth day before the calends of February, and Athelstan (age 30) gave away his Edith Wessex to him.
Around 926 Archbishop Wulfhelm was appointed Archbishop of Canterbury.
On 12 Feb 941 Archbishop Wulfhelm died.