King Oswine of Deira was born to Osric King Deira.
Eadfrith Deira was captured.
Edwin's son Osfrith Deira was killed.
On 05 Aug 641 (or 642 or 644 depending on the source) King Penda of Mercia Mercian and Welsh army defeated the Northumbrian army at the Battle of Maserfield. The battle is believed to have taken place at Oswestry. Northumbria was once again separated into two kingdoms.
King Oswald of Northumberland (age 37) was killed. His body was subsequently dismembered with his head and arms mounted on poles. His brother King Oswiu of Northumbria (age 29) succeeded King Bernicia. Rhiainfellt Rheged Queen Consort Bernicia by marriage Queen Consort Bernicia.
Eowa King Mercia was killed (probably).
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 644. This year died at Rochester [Map], on the tenth of October, Paulinus, who was first Archbishop at York, and afterwards at Rochester. He was bishop nineteen winters, two months, and one and twenty days. This year the son of Oswy's uncle (Oswin), the son of Osric, assumed the government of Deira, and reigned seven winters.
Gilling Abbey [Map] was founded by King Oswiu of Northumbria (age 39) at the request of his wife Eanflæd Queen Consort Bernicia (age 24) at the site where Oswiu (age 39) had killed a rival and kinsman, King Oswine of Deira, Eanflæd's (age 24) second cousin, the cost being compensation for his death.
The abbey's first abbot was a relative of King Oswine: Bishop Trumhere.
The abbey's second abbot was Abbot Cynefrith.
The abbey's third abbot was Trumbert.
Kings Deira: Son of Osric King Deira