Around 570 Raedwald King East Anglia was born to Tytila King East Anglia.
Around 599 Raedwald King East Anglia (age 29) succeeded King East Anglia.
Around 616 [his father] Tytila King East Anglia died.
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 617. This year was Ethelfrith (age 45), king of the Northumbrians, slain by Redwald (age 47), king of the East-Angles; and Edwin (age 31), the son of Ella, having succeeded to the kingdom, subdued all Britain, except the men of Kent alone, and drove out the Ethelings, the sons of Ethelfrith (age 45), namely, Enfrid (age 27), Oswald (age 13), Oswy (age 5), Oslac Bernicia, Oswudu Bernicia, Oslaf Bernicia, and Offa Bernicia.
In 617 Raedwald King East Anglia (age 47) and his son [his son] Raegenhere Wuffingas fought the Battle of the River Idle which took place at the River Idle Markham Moor Retford which forms the western border of the Isle of Lindsey [Map].
Raegenhere Wuffingas was killed.
Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. 827. This year was the moon eclipsed, on mid-winter's mass-night; and King Egbert (age 54), in the course of the same year, conquered the Mercian kingdom, and all that is south of the Humber, being the eighth king who was sovereign of all the British dominions. Ella, king of the South-Saxons, was the first who possessed so large a territory; the second was Ceawlin, king of the West-Saxons: the third was Ethelbert, King of Kent; the fourth was Redwald, king of the East-Angles; the fifth was Edwin, king of the Northumbrians; the sixth was Oswald, who succeeded him; the seventh was Oswy, the brother of Oswald; the eighth was Egbert, king of the West-Saxons (age 54). This same Egbert (age 54) led an army against the Northumbrians as far as Dore, where they met him, and offered terms of obedience and subjection, on the acceptance of which they returned home.
[his son] Eorpwald King East Anglia was born to Raedwald King East Anglia.
[his son] Sigeberht Wuffingas was born to Raedwald King East Anglia.
[his son] Raegenhere Wuffingas was born to Raedwald King East Anglia.