Eadwig "All Fair" I King England was born to King Edmund I of England and Aelfgifu of Shaftesbury Queen Consort England.
In 944 [his mother] Aelfgifu of Shaftesbury Queen Consort England died.
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 955. This year died [his uncle] King Edred, on St. Clement's mass day, at Frome.41 He reigned nine years and a half; and he rests in the old minster. Then succeeded Edwy, the son of King Edmund, to the government of the West-Saxons; and [his brother] Edgar Atheling (age 12), his brother, succeeded to the government of the Mercians. They were the sons of King Edmund and of St. Elfgiva.
Note 41. So I understand the word. Gibson, from Wheloc, says-"in aetatis vigore;" a fact contradicted by the statement of almost every historian. Names of places seldom occur in old MSS. with capital initials.
In or before 958 Eadwig "All Fair" I King England and Ælfgifu Queen Consort of England were married. She by marriage Queen Consort England. The were separated in 958 on the instruction of Archbishop Oda for being too closely related. He the son of King Edmund I of England and Aelfgifu of Shaftesbury Queen Consort England.
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 959. This year died King Edwy, on the calends of October; and [his brother] Edgar (age 16) his brother took to the government of the West-Saxons, Mercians, and Northumbrians. He was then sixteen years old. It was in this year he sent after St. Dunstan (age 50), and gave him the bishopric of Worcester; and afterwards the bishopric of London. In his days it prosper'd well; and God him gave, that he dwelt in peace the while that he lived. Whate'er he did, whate'er he plan'd, he earn'd his thrift. He also rear'd God's glory wide, and God's law lov'd, with peace to man, above the kings that went before in man's remembrance. God so him sped, that kings and earls to all his claims submissive bow'd; and to his will without a blow he wielded all as pleased himself. Esteem'd he was both far and wide in distant lands; because he prized the name of God, and God's law traced, God's glory rear'd, both far and wide, on every side. Wisely he sought in council oft his people's good, before his God, before the world. One misdeed he did, too much however, that foreign tastes he loved too much; and heathen modes into this land he brought too fast; outlandish men hither enticed; and to this earth attracted crowds of vicious men. But God him grant, that his good deeds be weightier far than his misdeeds, to his soul's redemption on the judgment-day.
Kings Wessex: Son of King Edmund I of England
Great x 1 Grandfather: King Alfred "The Great" of Wessex
GrandFather: King Edward "Elder" of the Anglo Saxons
Great x 1 Grandmother: Æalhswith of Mercia Queen Consort of England
Father: King Edmund I of England
Great x 1 Grandfather: Sigehelm Earldorman Kent
GrandMother: Eadgifu Kent Queen Anglo Saxons
Mother: Aelfgifu of Shaftesbury Queen Consort England