苩helwulf 1 (Male) King of the West Saxons, 839-856; king of Kent, Sussex & Essex, 856-858
e/m ix

Notes: BDDAB, p. 35-6; BEASE, p. 20; CDNB 1:945; DNB 18:40-3 = 6:904-7; Fletcher, pp. 119-22; Janet L. Nelson, ?苩helwulf (d. 858)?, ODNB.

Factoid List

Recorded Name (198)
'E蠩LVVLF (1)
 EMC Coin  1020.0716 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
... 苩helwulfo ... (1)
 Asser.VitAlfredi  17
AE蠩LBEARHT (2)
 EMC Coin  1001.0532 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1020.0718 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
AE蠩LVVLF (7)
 EMC Coin  1050.0184 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1009.0237 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1009.0236 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1994.0191 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1026.1109 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1016.0133 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  2005.0182 (N 597 (苩helwulf, Rochester (Episcopal)?))
AE蠰VLF (1)
 EMC Coin  1001.0531 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
Adeluulf (1)
 S291   
Adelwlf (1)
 S310   
Adulf (2)
 ASC  856 F(Lat.)
 AnnalsUlster  858.2
Adulfus (3)
 ASC  823 F(Lat.)
 ASC  885 F(Lat.)
 WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.14
Adulph (1)
 AnnalsFragIrel  112.289
Adulphus (1)
 S384   
Aedeluulfus (2)
 S300   
 S318   
Aedilufus (1)
 Lupus.Ep.M14   
Aedilulfus (1)
 Lupus.Ep.M13   
Aetheluulf (2)
 S271   
 S293   
Aethelwlf (1)
 S1439   
Ae餰luulf (5)
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 S1268   
 S296   
 S315   
 S1510   
Ae餰luulfus (1)
 S287   
Ae餰u'u'lf (1)
 S287   
Ae㧐lwlf (1)
 S306   
Athelulf (1)
 S1471   
Athelwlf (4)
 S294b   
 S301   
 S303   
 S305   
Athelwlfus (1)
 S320   
Athelwolf (2)
 S292   
 S303   
Athelwolphus (1)
 S288   
Athelwulf (1)
 S292   
Athulf (5)
 苩helweard.Chron  iii.Cap.
 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 30)
 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 31)
 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32)
 苩helweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 46)
Athulfus (2)
 苩helweard.Chron  Prol.
 苩helweard.Chron  iv.1
A蠩LVVLF (1)
 EMC Coin  1993.0208 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
A餰lwlf (5)
 S521   
 S304   
 S304   
 S307   
 S311   
A餰lwlfus (2)
 S358   
 S359   
A餰lwulf (3)
 S521   
 S309   
 S312   
A餰wulf (1)
 ASC  856 F(OE)
A饀lf (6)
 ASC  856 F(OE)
 S359   
 S309   
 S312   
 ASC (F)  784 F(OE)
 S1507   
A饀lfus (6)
 ASC  851 F(Lat.)
 S439   
 苩helweard.Chron  iv.Cap.
 苩helweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 38)
 苩helweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 39)
 苩helweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 46)
A疰lwulf (1)
 ASC  885 D
A㧐lulf (1)
 ASC  <854> B
A㧐lwlf (1)
 S307   
A㧐lwulf (4)
 ASC  <840/1> B
 ASC  <854> B, 854 C
 ASC  <856> B, 856 C
 ASC  <886> B
A㧐lwulf Ecgbrihting (1)
 ASC  <836> B, 836 C
A㧐lwulfus (1)
 S354   
A㧐wulf (1)
 ASC  885 F(OE)
A⺷lf (3)
 ASC  <823> BC
 ASC  853 C
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14r.3.ix
A⺷lfing (1)
 ASC  900 A, <901> B, 901 CG
Edeluulfus (1)
 Leo IV.Ep.HG31   
Edilulfus (1)
 Lupus.Ep.M13   
Ediluulfus (1)
 Annals.StBertin   
Ethel[......] (1)
 Helmstan.ProfEpis.R18   
Ethelwlf (1)
 S297   
Ethelwolfus (1)
 S299   
Ethelwulf (1)
 S1196   
Ethelwulfus (1)
 S294a   
E蠩LVVLF (23)
 EMC Coin  1020.0709 (N 600 (苩helwulf, Early Portrait, Rochester))
 EMC Coin  1020.0704 (N 594 (苩helwulf, Portrait, Rochester))
 EMC Coin  1020.0705 (N 592 (苩helwulf, Portrait, Rochester))
 EMC Coin  1020.0714 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 EMC Coin  1020.071 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1020.0706 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  2005.0178 (苩helwulf of Wessex, Phase II (N 599-N 613))
 EMC Coin  1016.0134 (N 594 (苩helwulf, Portrait, Rochester))
 EMC Coin  1020.0703 (N 594 (苩helwulf, Portrait, Rochester))
 EMC Coin  1020.0715 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 EMC Coin  1016.0135 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1020.0711 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1020.0712 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  2001.0016 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1016.0132 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1020.0713 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1016.0131 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 EMC Coin  1993.0207 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1036.0152 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1009.0234 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1009.0235 (N 612 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1016.0136 (N 612 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1986.0339 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
E餰luulf (1)
 S289   
E餰luulfus (1)
 S315   
E餰lwulf (2)
 S280   
 S316   
E㧐lwlfus quem quidam Athulfum uocant (1)
 WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.236.1
芼eluulfus (1)
 S318   
芼elwulf (1)
 ASC  840 E
芼ulfus (1)
 ASC  851 F(Lat.)
芼鎙uulf (1)
 Brescia.LiberVitae  p. 167, 27v5
苩heluulf (4)
 S1438   
 S298   
 S300   
 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32)
苩heluulfus (1)
 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32)
苩helwlf (4)
 S278   
 S279   
 S302   
 S306   
苩helwlfus (1)
 S285   
苩helwolf (1)
 S323   
苩helwulf (2)
 Asser.VitAlfredi  1.7
 Asser.VitAlfredi  12
苩helwulfus (10)
 Asser.VitAlfredi  2.4
 Asser.VitAlfredi  5
 Asser.VitAlfredi  7
 Asser.VitAlfredi  8
 Asser.VitAlfredi  9
 Asser.VitAlfredi  11
 Asser.VitAlfredi  12
 Asser.VitAlfredi  13
 Asser.VitAlfredi  16
 Asser.VitAlfredi  68
苩hulf (1)
 苩helweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29)
起eluf (1)
 S368   
起elulf (3)
 S344   
 S308   
 S319   
起eluulf (4)
 S282   
 S297   
 S304   
 S313   
起eluulfus (1)
 ASC  840 F(Lat.)
起elwlf (3)
 S307   
 S310   
 S317   
起elwulf (7)
 ASC (DEF)  852 E
 ASC  823 E
 ASC  851 E
 ASC  855 E
 ASC  886 CE
 S290   
 S294   
起elwulfus (1)
 S281   
起ulf (4)
 ASC  823 F(OE)
 ASC  836 F(OE)
 ASC  840 F(OE)
 ASC  851 F(OE)
起ulfus (1)
 ASC  836 F(Lat.)
掐elulf (1)
 ASC  <853> B
掐elwlf (1)
 S304   
掐elwulf (11)
 ASC (DEF)  853 D, 852 E
 ASC  840 AD, 841 C
 ASC  851 ADG
 ASC  853 AG
 ASC  855 ADG
 ASC  885 ADG
 ASC  Pref. AG
 ASC  823 DG
 ASC  836 DE
 S295   
 S333   
掐elwulf Ecgbrehting (1)
 ASC  836 A
掐elwulfus (2)
 S358   
 S369   
掐ewlf (1)
 S307   
掐lwulf (1)
 ASC  823 A
Personal Information (4)
moral (2)
 Asser.VitAlfredi  12 (unutterably great forebearance)
 Asser.VitAlfredi  13 (employing excessive forebearance and wisdom)
reputation (2)
 Asser.VitAlfredi  11 (venerable)
 Asser.VitAlfredi  13 (venerable)
Authorship (1)
Office (202)
King (201)
 Asser.VitAlfredi  1.7
 Asser.VitAlfredi  2
 Asser.VitAlfredi  5 (King of the Saxons)
 Asser.VitAlfredi  7 (King of the West Saxons)
 Asser.VitAlfredi  8
 Asser.VitAlfredi  9 (King of the West Saxons)
 Asser.VitAlfredi  11
 Asser.VitAlfredi  12
 Asser.VitAlfredi  13
 Asser.VitAlfredi  16
 Asser.VitAlfredi  17
 Asser.VitAlfredi  68 (King of the West Saxons)
 Annals.StBertin  839 (king of the English)
 Annals.StBertin  855 (king of the Anglo-Saxons)
 Annals.StBertin  856 (king of the western English)
 LiberPontificalis  vol. II, p. 148, l. 5: Benedict III, 34
 Helmstan.ProfEpis.R18   
 S271    (king of Kent)
 S279    (king of the people of Kent)
 S280   
 S281   
 S282    (king of the people of Kent)
 S285   
 S286    (king of Kent)
 S1268   
 S1438   
 ASC (DEF)  853 D, 852 E (King of the West Saxons)
 ASC  855 ACDEG, <856> B, 856 F(OE)
 ASC  Pref. AG
 ASC  836 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <836> B
 ASC  840 ADEF(OE and Lat.)G, <840/1> B, 841 C
 ASC  851 ADEF(OE and Lat.)G, <853> B, 853 C
 ASC  853 AG, <854> B, 854 C
 ASC  855 ACDEG, <856> B, 856 F(OE)
 ASC  885 ADEF(OE and Lat.)G, <886> B, 886 C (King of the West Saxons)
 ASC  Pref. AG
 S344    (king of the West Saxons)
 S354   
 S358   
 S359   
 S368    (king of the Saxons)
 S369   
 S384   
 Lupus.Ep.M13   
 S439   
 Leo IV.Ep.HG31   
 AnnalsFragIrel  112.289 (King of the Saxons)
 S521   
 AnnalsUlster  858.2 (King of the Saxons)
 S287    (king of the West Saxons)
 S288    (king of the West Saxons)
 S289    (king of the West Saxons)
 S290    (king of the West Saxons)
 S291    (king of the south people)
 S292    (king of the Saxons)
 S293    (king of the West Saxons and people of Kent)
 S293   
 S294    (King of the West Saxons)
 S294a    (king of the West Saxons)
 S294b    (king of the West Saxons)
 S295    (king of the West Saxons)
 S296    (king not only of the West Saxons but also of the people of Kent)
 S297    (king not only of the West Saxons but also of the people of Kent)
 S298    (king of the West Saxons)
 S299    (king of the West Saxons)
 S301    (king of the West Saxons)
 S302    (king of the West Saxons)
 S303    (king of the West Saxons)
 S304    (king of the West Saxons)
 S305    (king of the West Saxons)
 S306   
 S307    (king of the West Saxons)
 S308    (king of the West Saxons)
 S309   
 S310    (king of the West Saxons)
 S312    (king of the West Saxons)
 S313   
 S313   
 S315    (king of the West Saxons and also of the people of Kent)
 S316    (king not only of the West Saxons but also the people of Kent)
 S317    (king of the West Saxons)
 S318    (king of the English)
 S319    (king of the West Saxons and people of Kent)
 S320    (king of the West Saxons and people of Kent and all the southern people of the English)
 S325   
 S1196   
 S1439   
 S323    (king of Kent)
 Brescia.LiberVitae  p. 167, 27v5 (King fo the English)
 S817   
 S819   
 S825   
 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 30)
 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 30)
 苩helweard.Chron  Prol.
 苩helweard.Chron  iii.Cap.
 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 29)
 苩helweard.Chron  iii,4 (p. 31)
 苩helweard.Chron  iv.Cap.
 苩helweard.Chron  iv.1
 苩helweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 39)
 苩helweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 45) (King of the English)
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 14r.3.ix (King of the West Saxons)
 S1274   
 S1507   
 S1510   
 S311    (king of the Wesr Saxons)
 Okasha70   
 S1038   
 S1471   
 EMC Coin  1002.0549 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1030.0288 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1001.0529 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1042.0729 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1002.0537 (N 600 (苩helwulf, Early Portrait, Rochester))
 EMC Coin  1030.0283 (N 600 (苩helwulf, Early Portrait, Rochester))
 EMC Coin  1030.0284 (N 607 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Rochester))
 EMC Coin  1020.0709 (N 600 (苩helwulf, Early Portrait, Rochester))
 EMC Coin  2001.0974 (N 612 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1050.0177 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 EMC Coin  1002.055 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1001.0528 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1004.0659 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1020.0717 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1050.0179 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1050.0181 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1050.018 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1002.0539 (N 605 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Rochester))
 EMC Coin  1002.0538 (N 607 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Rochester))
 EMC Coin  1020.0704 (N 594 (苩helwulf, Portrait, Rochester))
 EMC Coin  1020.0705 (N 592 (苩helwulf, Portrait, Rochester))
 EMC Coin  1002.0536 (N 599 (苩helwulf, Early Portrait, Rochester))
 EMC Coin  1020.0714 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 EMC Coin  1002.054 (N 602 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Rochester))
 EMC Coin  1020.0708 (N 602 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Rochester))
 EMC Coin  1016.0137 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1050.0184 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1004.0656 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1004.0658 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 EMC Coin  1006.0082 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1004.0657 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1020.071 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  2004.0172 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1002.0545 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1020.0706 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1993.0208 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1992.77281 (N 594.5 (苩helwulf, Portrait I, Rochester, rev. cross moline))
 EMC Coin  2005.0178 (苩helwulf of Wessex, Phase II (N 599-N 613))
 EMC Coin  1042.0728 (N 597 (苩helwulf, Rochester (Episcopal)?))
 EMC Coin  1016.0134 (N 594 (苩helwulf, Portrait, Rochester))
 EMC Coin  1020.0707 (N 606 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Rochester))
 EMC Coin  1020.0703 (N 594 (苩helwulf, Portrait, Rochester))
 EMC Coin  1002.0541 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 EMC Coin  1020.0715 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 EMC Coin  1030.0285 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1016.0135 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1020.0711 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1020.0712 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1009.0237 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1009.0236 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1002.0542 (N 616 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 EMC Coin  1030.0287 (N 616 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 EMC Coin  1002.0551 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1050.0182 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  2001.0016 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1001.053 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1002.0543 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1030.0282 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1016.0132 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1020.0713 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1024.0376 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1042.244 (苩helwulf of Wessex (no further details))
 EMC Coin  1011.0039 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1020.0716 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 EMC Coin  1016.0131 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 EMC Coin  1993.0207 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1994.0191 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1050.0178 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 EMC Coin  1036.0152 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1009.0234 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1009.0235 (N 612 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1002.0544 (N 613 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1002.0546 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1030.0286 (N 612 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1016.0136 (N 612 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1001.0527 (苩helwulf of Wessex, Phase II (N 599-N 613))
 EMC Coin  1001.0531 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1026.1109 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1001.0532 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1991.0244 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 EMC Coin  1977.8377 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1002.0547 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  1016.0133 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 EMC Coin  2005.0182 (N 597 (苩helwulf, Rochester (Episcopal)?))
 EMC Coin  1004.0655 (N 597 (苩helwulf, Rochester (Episcopal)?))
 EMC Coin  1991.0243 (苩helwulf of Wessex (no further details))
 EMC Coin  2000.026 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1004.066 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1020.0718 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 EMC Coin  1986.0339 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 EMC Coin  1001.0526 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
Sub-deacon (1)
 WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.15
Occupation (1)
(1)
 Asser.VitAlfredi   
Personal Relationship (139)
~ Brother (Consanguineal kinship) of 苩helwulf 1 (1)
 苩helred 15: of 苩helwulf 1: S303   
~ Daughter (Consanguineal kinship) of 苩helwulf 1 (4)
 苩helswith 1: of 苩helwulf 1: Asser.VitAlfredi  9
 苩helswith 1: of 苩helwulf 1: ASC (DEF)  853 D, 852 E
 苩helswith 1: of 苩helwulf 1: ASC  853 AG, <854> B, 854 C
 苩helswith 1: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32)
苩helwulf 1 Descendant (Consanguineal kinship) of ~ (2)
 of Cenred 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 33)
 of Anonymi 2550: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 33)
~ Descendant (Consanguineal kinship) of 苩helwulf 1 (2)
 苩helweard 23: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  Prol.
 Matilda 1: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  Prol.
苩helwulf 1 Father (Consanguineal kinship) of ~ (6)
 of Alfred 8: Asser.VitAlfredi  22
 of Ecgberht 10: S286   
 of Alfred 8: S354   
 of 苩helberht 9: S333   
 of 苩helbald 13: S1274   
 of Alfred 8: S1507   
~ Father (Consanguineal kinship) of 苩helwulf 1 (4)
 Ecgberht 10: of 苩helwulf 1: S1438   
 Ecgberht 10: of 苩helwulf 1: S323   
 Ecgberht 10: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 30)
 Ecgberht 10: of 苩helwulf 1: ASC (F)  784 F(OE)
~ Foster-father (Quasi-kinship) of 苩helwulf 1 (1)
 Swithhun 5: of 苩helwulf 1: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.16
苩helwulf 1 Godson (Ritual kinship) of ~ (1)
 of Wulfhere 1: ASC  661 (A)
苩helwulf 1 Grandfather (Consanguineal kinship) of ~ (4)
 of Edward 2: S358   
 of Edward 2: S359   
 of Edward 2: S365   
 of Edward 2: S369   
~ Grandfather (Consanguineal kinship) of 苩helwulf 1 (1)
 Ealhmund 4: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 33)
苩helwulf 1 Great-Grandfather, Paternal (Consanguineal kinship) of ~ (2)
 of Edward 2: S384   
 of 苩helstan 18: S439   
~ Great-Grandfather, Paternal (Consanguineal kinship) of 苩helwulf 1 (1)
 Eafa 1: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 33)
~ Great-Great-Grandfather, Paternal (Consanguineal kinship) of 苩helwulf 1 (1)
 Eoppa 1: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 33)
~ Kinsman (Generic kinship) of 苩helwulf 1 (1)
 Missing Person: of 苩helwulf 1: Asser.VitAlfredi  16
苩helwulf 1 Pupil (General relationship) of ~ (1)
 of Swithhun 5: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.14
苩helwulf 1 Son (Consanguineal kinship) of ~ (14)
 of Ecgberht 10: Asser.VitAlfredi  1.7
 of Ecgberht 10: S278   
 of Ecgberht 10: S279   
 of Ecgberht 10: ASC  823 ADEF(OE and Lat.)G, <823> BC
 of Ecgberht 10: ASC  836 AC, <836> B
 of Ecgberht 10: ASC  855 ADG, <856> B, 856 C
 of Ecgberht 10: ASC  Pref. AG
 of Ecgberht 10: ASC  836 DEF(OE and Lat.)
 of Ecgberht 10: ASC  Pref. AG
 of Ecgberht 10: S358   
 of Ecgberht 10: S384   
 of Ecgberht 10: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29)
 of Ecgberht 10: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 33)
 of Ecgberht 10: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.14
~ Son (Consanguineal kinship) of 苩helwulf 1 (81)
 苩helbald 13: of 苩helwulf 1: Asser.VitAlfredi  5
 苩helbald 13: of 苩helwulf 1: Asser.VitAlfredi  12
 苩helbald 13: of 苩helwulf 1: Asser.VitAlfredi  17
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: Asser.VitAlfredi  1.6-7
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: Asser.VitAlfredi  8
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: Asser.VitAlfredi  11
 Missing Person: of 苩helwulf 1: Asser.VitAlfredi  11
 苩helbald 13: of 苩helwulf 1: Annals.StBertin   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: ASC  900 A, <901> B, 901 CG
 苩helbald 13: of 苩helwulf 1: ASC  851 ADEF(OE and Lat.)G, <853> B, 853 C
 苩helbald 13: of 苩helwulf 1: ASC  855 ADEG, <856> B, 856 CF(OE and Lat.)
 苩helbald 13: of 苩helwulf 1: ASC  Pref. AG
 苩helberht 9: of 苩helwulf 1: ASC  855 ADG, <856> B, 856 CF(OE and Lat.)
 苩helstan 3: of 苩helwulf 1: ASC  836 ACG, <836> B
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: ASC  853 AG, <854> B, 854 C
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: ASC  871 ADEF(OE)G, <872> B, 872 C
 苩helbald 13: of 苩helwulf 1: S344   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S358   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S384   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: Leo IV.Ep.HG31   
 苩helred 15: of 苩helwulf 1: S290   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S290   
 苩helbald 13: of 苩helwulf 1: S298   
 苩helbald 13: of 苩helwulf 1: S299   
 苩helbald 13: of 苩helwulf 1: S300   
 苩helred 15: of 苩helwulf 1: S302   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S302   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S303   
 苩helred 15: of 苩helwulf 1: S304   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S304   
 苩helred 15: of 苩helwulf 1: S306   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S306   
 苩helred 15: of 苩helwulf 1: S307   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S307   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S308   
 苩helred 15: of 苩helwulf 1: S309   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S309   
 苩helred 15: of 苩helwulf 1: S310   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S310   
 苩helred 15: of 苩helwulf 1: S312   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S312   
 苩helred 15: of 苩helwulf 1: S313   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S313   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S315   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S316   
 苩helred 15: of 苩helwulf 1: S317   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S317   
 苩helbald 13: of 苩helwulf 1: S319   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S325   
 苩helred 15: of 苩helwulf 1: S327   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S327   
 苩helred 15: of 苩helwulf 1: S329   
 苩helred 15: of 苩helwulf 1: S331   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S331   
 苩helred 15: of 苩helwulf 1: S332   
 苩helred 15: of 苩helwulf 1: S333   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S333   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S335   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S340   
 苩helbald 13: of 苩helwulf 1: S1196   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S1199   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S1201   
 苩helstan 3: of 苩helwulf 1: S1439   
 苩helbald 13: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iv.Cap.
 苩helbald 13: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iv.1
 苩helbald 13: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 39)
 苩helberht 9: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iv.Cap.
 苩helberht 9: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iv.1
 苩helberht 9: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 39)
 苩helred 15: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 39)
 苩helstan 3: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 30)
 苩helstan 3: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 39)
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32)
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iv.2 (p. 39)
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 39)
 Anonymi 2411: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  Prol.
 苩helred 15: of 苩helwulf 1: S311   
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: S311   
 苩helred 15: of 苩helwulf 1: Anon.LiberEliensis  I.39
 苩helstan 3: of 苩helwulf 1: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.239.2
 Alfred 8: of 苩helwulf 1: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.240.1
苩helwulf 1 Successor (General relationship) of ~ (4)
 of Ecgberht 10: ASC  836 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <836> B
 of Ecgberht 10: ASC  Pref. AG
 of Ecgberht 10: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 30)
 of Ecgberht 10: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.236.1
~ Successor (General relationship) of 苩helwulf 1 (1)
 苩helbald 13: of 苩helwulf 1: ASC  Pref. AG
~ Third-Grandfather, Paternal (Consanguineal kinship) of 苩helwulf 1 (1)
 Ingeld 2: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 33)
~ Wife (Affinal kinship) of 苩helwulf 1 (6)
 Judith 1: of 苩helwulf 1: Asser.VitAlfredi  11
 Judith 1: of 苩helwulf 1: Annals.StBertin  858
 Judith 1: of 苩helwulf 1: ASC  855 ADEG, <856> B, 856 CF(OE and Lat.)
 Judith 1: of 苩helwulf 1: ASC  885 ADEF(OE and Lat.)G, <886> B, 886 C
 Judith 1: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 45)
 Judith 1: of 苩helwulf 1: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.3 (pp. 45-6)
Event (237)
Adoption, spiritual (1)
 Alfred 8.journey to Rome: Alfred 8 was received by Leo 2. He decorated him as a spiritual son, with the dignity of the belt and the vestments of the consulate, as was customary with Roman consuls.: Leo IV.Ep.HG31    (853)
Agreement (4)
 Ceolnoth 3.promising loyalty to Ecgberht 10 and his heirs: Archbishop Ceolnoth 3 and the Canterbury, Christ Church community and their successors promise loyalty to the West Saxon kings and their heirs. In return Kings Ecgberht 10 and 苩helwulf 1 restore to Canterbury, Christ Church, land at Mallingum (East Malling, Kent or South Malling, Sussex), previously granted by Baldred 4, king of Kent. : S1438    (838)
 Ecgberht 10-苩helwulf 1.restoring land to Ceolnoth 3 S1438: Kings Ecgberht 10 and 苩helwulf 1 restoring to Canterbury, Christ Church, land at Mallingum (East Malling, Kent or South Malling, Sussex), previously granted by Baldred 4, king of Kent. In return Ceolnoth 3 and the Christ Church community and their successors promise loyalty to the West Saxon kings and their heirs. An additional passage concerns an agreement over the election of abbots and abbesses to the Kentish minsters.: S1438    (838)
 S1438 - agreement between Ceolnoth 3 and Ecgberht 10 & 苩helwulf 1: Record of the agreement made at Kingston, between Archbishop Ceolnoth 3 and Kings Ecgberht 10 and 苩helwulf 1 concerning the restoration to Canterbury, Christ Church 1, of land at Mallingum (East Malling, Kent or South Malling, Sussex), previously granted by Baldred 4, king of Kent. In return Ceolnoth 3 and the Christ Church community and their successors promise loyalty to the West Saxon kings and their heirs. An additional passage concerns an agreement over the election of abbots and abbesses to the Kentish minsters.: S1438    (838)
 S1438 - confirming at Wilton: Confirmation by King 苩helwulf 1 of the agreement made at Kingston, between Archbishop Ceolnoth 3 and Kings Ecgberht 10 and 苩helwulf 1 concerning the restoration to Canterbury, Christ Church 1, of land at Mallingum (East Malling, Kent or South Malling, Sussex), previously granted by Baldred 4, king of Kent. In return Ceolnoth 3 and the Christ Church community and their successors promise loyalty to the West Saxon kings and their heirs. : S1438    (838)
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of bishop (2)
 Helmstan 1.episcopal election: Helmstan 1 was elected as bishop.: Helmstan.ProfEpis.R18   
 Swithhun 5.episcopal consecration: 苩helwulf 1 wanted to honour Swithhun 5 with the bishopric of Winchester, and the ordination was carried out by Ceolnoth 3 archbishop of Canterbury.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.16
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of king (4)
 Alfred 8.accession to kingdom: After the death of his brothers, Alfred 8 obtained the kingdom, the last son of 苩helwulf 1 to rule over all the provinces of Britain.: 苩helweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 39) (871)
 苩helwulf 1.accession to [kingdom]: Then 苩helwulf 1 acceded to [the kingdom].: ASC  Pref. AG (839)
 苩helwulf 1.accession to kingdom of West Saxons: 苩helwulf 1 acceded to the kingdom of the West Saxons.: ASC  836 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <836> B (839)
 苩helwulf 1.appointment of 苩helstan 3 as king of Kent and elsewhere: He [sc. 苩helwulf 1] gave to his son, 苩helstan 3, the kingdom of the dwellers in Kent and the East Saxons and Surrey and the South Saxons.: ASC  836 ACG, <836> B (839)
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of queen (1)
 Judith 1.consecration as queen: After Hincmar 1 had consecrated Judith 1 and placed a diadem on her head, 苩helwulf 1 formally conferred on her the title of queen, which was not something customary before then to him or his people. : Annals.StBertin   
Assembly (1)
 Alfred 8 meeting with his council and reading 苩helwulf 1抯 will: After King 苩helred 15 had died having left no will, Alfred 8 met with his council at Langanden and read their King 苩helwulf 1's will. They then all pronounced and declared that they could not conceive any juster title nor hear of one in the will. And they all gave him their pledge and signature that as long as they lived no man should ever change it in any way other than as he bequeath it at his last day.: S1507    (873 x 888)
Assistance (3)
 Burgred 5.request to 苩helwulf 1 for assistance: Burgred 5 asked 苩helwulf 1 for assistance in subduing the Welsh (Anonymi 11).: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) (853)
 Burgred 5.subjection of Welsh (Anonymi 11): Here Burgred 5 subjected the Welsh (Anonymi 11) to himself with the help of 苩helwulf 1.: ASC (DEF)  853 D, 852 E (853)
 Lupus 2.letter to 苩helwulf 1: Lupus 2 wrote to 苩helwulf 1 to ask him for help with the task that Lupus 2 was facing, namely, covering with lead the church of the monastery of Ferri鑢es.: Lupus.Ep.M13    (851)
Battle (4)
 Ecgberht 10.despatch of 苩helwulf 1 and others to Kent: Ecgberht 10 sent 苩helwulf 1 and others to Kent.: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29) (825)
 苩helwulf 1.defeat with others of Anonymi 2453: 苩helwulf 1 and others defeated the army [of Baldred 4].: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29) (825)
 苩helwulf 1.fighting against Anonymi 6 [army of 851]: A battle took place near a forest called Aclea.: 苩helweard.Chron  iv.3 (p. 40) (851)
 苩helwulf 1.fighting against Anonymi 849 at Carhampton: 苩helwulf 1 started war against the Danes (Anonymi 849) at Carhampton and was defeated by them.: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 31) (843)
Bequeathing/will-making (10)
 Alfred 8 meeting with his council and reading 苩helwulf 1抯 will: After King 苩helred 15 had died having left no will, Alfred 8 met with his council at Langanden and read their King 苩helwulf 1's will. They then all pronounced and declared that they could not conceive any juster title nor hear of one in the will. And they all gave him their pledge and signature that as long as they lived no man should ever change it in any way other than as he bequeath it at his last day.: S1507    (873 x 888)
 Ecgberht 10.S358 bequeathing land to 苩helwulf 1: Ecgberht 10, king, to 苩helwulf 1, his son; bequest of 50 hides (manentes) at Hurstbourne Priors, Hants.: S358    (839)
 Ecgberht 10.S384 bequeathing land to 苩helwulf 1: Ecgberht 10, king, to 苩helwulf 1, his son; bequest of 50 hides (manentes) at Hurstbourne (Priors) and 10 at Stoke, Hants.: S384   
 S1274 - 苩helbald 13 bequeathing land to Winchester 1: (1) Swithhun 5, bishop of Winchester, to 苩helbald 13, king of the West Saxons; grant of 60 hides (cassati) at Farnham, Surrey. (2) King 苩helbald 13 grants the reversion of the land, after his death, to the bishop and church of Winchester 1: S1274    (858)
 Various.witnessing Badanoth 4 bequeathing land S1510: Will of Badanoth 4 Beotting; bequest of 16 yokes of land to his wife [Anonymous 1074] and children [Anonymi 2709] with reversion of Canterbury, Christ Church. The land had been obtained and purchased from King 苩helwulf 1. In addition Badanoth 4 dedicated himself and his children to God.: S1510    (845 x 853)
 苩helwulf 1.S1507 bequeathing land to his sons: King 苩helwulf 1 bequeathed his estates to the three brothers 苩helbald 13, 苩helred 15, and Alfred 8, stipulating that whichever should live longer should inherit the whole.: S1507    (839 x 858)
 苩helwulf 1.S358 bequeathing land to Alfred 8: 苩helwulf 1, king, to Alfred 8, his son; bequest of 50 hides (manentes) at Hurstbourne Priors, Hants.: S358    (858)
 苩helwulf 1.S359 bequeathing land to Alfred 8: 苩helwulf 1, king, to Alfred 8, his son; bequest of land at Chisledon, and Sparcells in Lydiard Millicent, Wilts.: S359    (858)
 苩helwulf 1.S384 bequeathing land to Alfred 8: 苩helwulf 1, king, to Alfred 8, his son; bequest of 50 hides (manentes) at Hurstbourne (Priors) and 10 at Stoke, Hants.: S384   
 苩helwulf 1.will: 苩helwulf 1 drew up a letter to prevent quarrels amongst his sons after his death.: Asser.VitAlfredi  16
Betrothal (1)
 苩helwulf 1.betrothal to Judith 1: 苩helwulf 1, on his way back from Rome, was betrothed to Charles 4's daughter, Judith 1.: Annals.StBertin  856
Burial (1)
 苩helwulf 1.burial: The body of 苩helwulf 1 reposed in the city of Winchester.: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32)
Charter confirmation (3)
 S1438 - confirming at Wilton: Confirmation by King 苩helwulf 1 of the agreement made at Kingston, between Archbishop Ceolnoth 3 and Kings Ecgberht 10 and 苩helwulf 1 concerning the restoration to Canterbury, Christ Church 1, of land at Mallingum (East Malling, Kent or South Malling, Sussex), previously granted by Baldred 4, king of Kent. In return Ceolnoth 3 and the Christ Church community and their successors promise loyalty to the West Saxon kings and their heirs. : S1438    (838)
 苩helwulf 1.granting land to Anonymous 723: King 苩helwulf 1 had granted 3 hides (manentes) at Hardwell in Compton Beauchamp, Berks. to Anonymous 723. By 903 the landbook had been damaged by immersion and was replaced by King Edward 2 for Tata 1, his fasallus. : S369    (839 x 858)
 苩helwulf 1.granting land to Cenwald 3: King Edward 2 to Ordlaf 1, princeps; renewal of a charter of 苩helwulf 1, king of the Saxons, granting 20 hides (cassati) at Stanton St Bernard, Wilts., to Cenwald 3, minister: S368    (839 x 858)
Charter-witnessing (53)
 S1196 - Plegred 1 purchasing land from 苩helmod 7: Plegred 1 declares that he has purchased from 苩helmod 7, dux, a half tun which previously pertained to Wilburgewellan near Canterbury (? Well near Ickham), Kent; 苩helmod 7 grants the land to Plegred 1: S1196    (839 x 855)
 S1274 - 苩helbald 13 bequeathing land to Winchester 1: (1) Swithhun 5, bishop of Winchester, to 苩helbald 13, king of the West Saxons; grant of 60 hides (cassati) at Farnham, Surrey. (2) King 苩helbald 13 grants the reversion of the land, after his death, to the bishop and church of Winchester 1: S1274    (858)
 S1438 - agreement between Ceolnoth 3 and Ecgberht 10 & 苩helwulf 1: Record of the agreement made at Kingston, between Archbishop Ceolnoth 3 and Kings Ecgberht 10 and 苩helwulf 1 concerning the restoration to Canterbury, Christ Church 1, of land at Mallingum (East Malling, Kent or South Malling, Sussex), previously granted by Baldred 4, king of Kent. In return Ceolnoth 3 and the Christ Church community and their successors promise loyalty to the West Saxon kings and their heirs. An additional passage concerns an agreement over the election of abbots and abbesses to the Kentish minsters.: S1438    (838)
 S1438 - confirming at Wilton: Confirmation by King 苩helwulf 1 of the agreement made at Kingston, between Archbishop Ceolnoth 3 and Kings Ecgberht 10 and 苩helwulf 1 concerning the restoration to Canterbury, Christ Church 1, of land at Mallingum (East Malling, Kent or South Malling, Sussex), previously granted by Baldred 4, king of Kent. In return Ceolnoth 3 and the Christ Church community and their successors promise loyalty to the West Saxon kings and their heirs. : S1438    (838)
 S1439 - settlement of dispute between 苩helwulf 14 and some Kentish churches: Account of the settlement of a dispute concerning estates belonging to Oswulf 4, dux, bequeathed by him in reversion to the Church and now held by the Kentish monasteries of Christ Church, Folkestone, Dover and Lyminge. They are claimed by a certain 苩helwulf 14 who said that his father, 苩helheah 10 had bought the inheritance with gold and silver. The rights of the churches were upheld.: S1439    (844)
 S271 - Ecgberht 10 granting land to St Andrew抯, Rochester: Ecgberht 10, king of England, to Rochester, St Andrew's church; grant of privileges: S271    (825 x 832)
 S278 - Ecgberht 10 granting land to Abingdon 1 Abbey: Ecgberht 10, king of the West Saxons, to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 50 hides (manentes) at Marcham, Berks: S278    (835)
 S279 - Ecgberht 10 selling lease of land to Ciaba 1: Ecgberht 10, king of the West Saxons, to Ciaba 1, a clericus living in St Peter's minster (Canterbury, St Augustine's 1), Canterbury; grant, for life, of one sulung (aratrum) on Scirdun, formerly belonging to the royal vill at Canterbury, in return for 100 mancuses, with reversion to St Augustine's: S279    (836)
 S280 - Ecgberht 10 granting land to Beornmod 3: Ecgberht 10, king, to Beornmod 3, bishop; grant of 4 sulungs (aratra) at Snodland and Holborough, Kent, with pastures and a viculus in the eastern part of Rochester: S280    (838)
 S281 - Ecgberht 10 granting land to bishopric of Winchester with conditions: Ecgberht 10, king of the West Saxons, to the see of Winchester; grant of 40 hides (cassati) at Shalfleet, Isle of Wight, conditional upon the loyalty of Bishop Eadhun 1 and his successors to 苩helwulf 1: S281    (838)
 S282 - Ecgberht 10 selling land to 苩helric 9: Ecgberht 10, king of the West Saxons and Kent, to 苩helric 9 , minister; grant of 5 sulungs (aratra) at Warehorne and Flotham (lost), Kent, in return for 50 mancuses: S282    (830)
 S285 - 苩helwulf 1 confirming land and privileges of Chertsey 1: 苩helwulf 1, king, to Chertsey 1 Abbey; confirmation of land and privileges: S285    (827)
 S286 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Ceolnoth 3: 苩helwulf 1, king of Kent, to Ceolnoth 3, archbishop; grant of one hide (mansio) at Eastre(a)stadelham: S286    (838)
 S287 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Dudda 5: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Ithda 1 or Dudda 5; grant of land at Canterbury: S287    (839)
 S288 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Duda 2: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Duda 2, his minister; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Asshedoune (cf. Ashdown Park in Ashbury, Berks.): S288    (840)
 S289 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Beornmod 3: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Beornmod 3, bishop of Rochester; grant of 2 sulungs (aratra) at Holborough, Kent: S289    (841)
 S290 - 苩helwulf 1 confirming his grant to Eadberht 40: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Eadberht 40, deacon; confirmation of grant of 15 hides (cassati) at Halstock, Devon: S290    (852 x 855)
 S290 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Eadberht 40: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Eadberht 40, deacon; grant of 15 hides (cassati) at Halstock, Devon: S290    (840)
 S291 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Ceolmund 6: 苩helwulf 1, king of the South Peoples, to Ceolmund 6, his pr鎓ectus; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) and a viculus near Rochester: S291    (842)
 S292 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Eanwulf 4: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Eanwulf 4, his princeps; grant of 25 hides (cassati) at Ditcheat and 5 at Lottisham, Somerset: S292    (842)
 S293 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to 苩helmod 5: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to 苩helmod 5, his minister; grant of 10 sulungs (aratra) at (Little) Chart, Kent, with woodland and swine pastures: S293    (843)
 S294 - 苩helwulf 1 granting privileges to Sherborne 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the church at Sherborne 1; grant of privileges ('First Decimation'): S294    (844)
 S294b - 苩helwulf 1 granting privileges to the Church: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; grant of privileges, with particular mention of lands belonging to the church of Malmesbury at Ellendune (Wroughton), Wilts. (30 hides); Elmhamstede (15 hides); and at Wootton (10 hides), Charlton near Malmesbury (20 hides), Minety (5 hides), and Rodbourne, Wilts. (10 hides). ('First Decimation'.): S294b    (844)
 S295 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Sherborne: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the church at Sherborne 1; grant of 2 hides (cassati) at Osanstoc: S295    (844)
 S296 - 苩helwulf 1 selling land to Badanoth 3: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Badanoth 3, his apparitor; grant of land near Canterbury, in return for 15 mancuses of gold: S296    (845)
 S297 - 苩helwulf 1 selling land to Wynnhere 2: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Wynnhere 2, abbot of St Augustine's; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) at Lillicesora (? Lynsore, near Bossingham, Kent), in return for 70 mancuses: S297    (845)
 S298 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to himself: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to himself; grant of 20 hides (cassati) om Homme (at South Hams, Devon): S298    (846)
 S299 - 苩helwulf 1 & 苩helstan 3 granting land and a church to Ealhhere 11: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, and 苩helstan 3, king of Kent, to Ealhhere 11, princeps; grant of land near Rochester, with a church dedicated to St Mary: S299    (850)
 S300 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Ealhhere 11: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Ealhhere 11, his princeps; grant of 40 hides (cassati) at Lenham, Kent, with rights in Blean wood: S300    (850)
 S301 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to St Peter抯, Malmesbury: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the church of St Peter, Malmesbury; grant of 10 hides (mansiones) at Dauntsey, Wilts: S301    (850)
 S302 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land and privileges to the Church: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; general grant of land and privileges ('Second Decimation'): S302    (854)
 S303 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land and privileges to the Church: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; general grant of lands and privileges with a list of the Glastonbury estates affected, ('Second Decimation'): S303    (854)
 S304 - 苩helwulf 1 granting privileges to the Church & granting land to Hunsige 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; general grant of privileges, with specific grant to Hunsige 1, minister, for 3 hides (cassati) at Martyr Worthy, Hants. ('Second Decimation'): S304    (854)
 S305 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land and privileges to the Church: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; general grant of land and privileges, with list of lands assigned to Malmesbury 1 Abbey, namely at 35 hides at Purton, 15 at Lacock, 5 at Sutton Benger, 5 at Corston, 10 at Crudwell, Wilts.; 10 at Kemble, Gloucs.; and 1.5 at Dauntsey, Wilts. ('Second Decimation'): S305    (854)
 S306 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to St Peter抯, Malmesbury 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to St Peter and the familia of Malmesbury 1; grant of 5 hides (mansiones) at Tockenham, Wilts: S306    (854)
 S307 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land and privileges to the Church and land to Swithhun 5 & SS Peter & Paul, Winchester: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; general grant of land and privileges with specific grant to Swithhun 5, bishop, for the church of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul, of 30 hides (cassati) at Brightwell, Berks. ('Second Decimation'): S307    (854)
 S308 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land and privileges to the Church and land to Wifrith 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; general grant of land and privileges with specific grant to Wifrith 1, minister, of 1 hide (cassatum) at Hardenhuish, Wilts. ('Second Decimation'): S308    (854)
 S309 - 苩helwulf 1 restoring land to SS Peter & Paul, Winchester: 苩helwulf 1, king, to the church of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul; restitution of 3 hides (mansae) at Headbourne Worthy, Hants., originally granted by King Cenwealh 2: S309    (854)
 S310 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to SS Peter & Paul, Winchester: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the church of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul; grant of 8 hides (manentes) at Ruishton, and 8 at Stoke St Mary in (鎡) Orchard Portman, Somerset, to augment the estate at Taunton given by Queen Frithugyth 1: S310    (854)
 S311 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to SS Peter & Paul, Winchester: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the church of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul 1; grant of 133 hides (manentes) at Taunton and 10 at Brown, Somerset: S311    (854)
 S312 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to SS Peter & Paul, Winchester: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the church of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Wanborough (i.e Little Hinton), Wilts.: S312    (854)
 S313 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to St Peter抯, Winchester: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Winchester, St Peter's 1 and Winchester, Old Minster 1; grant of 20 hides at Wanborough, Wilts: S313    (854)
 S315 - 苩helwulf 1 granting messuage to Dunn 4: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Dunn 4, his minister; grant of a messuage (haga) in the south of the city of Rochester: S315    (855)
 S316 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Ealdhere 2: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people Kent, to Ealdhere 2, his minister; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) at Ulaham, Kent: S316    (853)
 S317 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Ealdred 18: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Ealdred 18, his minister; grant of 20 hides (cassati) at 苨cesbyrig (i.e. Woolstone), Berks.: S317    (853)
 S318 - 苩helwulf 1 confirming lands of St-Denis, Paris: 苩helwulf 1, king of the English, to the Abbey of Saint-Denis (Paris, St Denis); confirmation of lands at Rotherfield, Hastings, Pevensey, Sussex; and at Lundenuuic (London): S318    (857)
 S319 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Eadred 7: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Eadred 7; grant of land at Horton, near Canterbury, Kent: S319    (844)
 S320 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Malmesbury 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, and of all the southern people of the English, to Malmesbury 1 Abbey; grant of 5 hides (mansiunculae) at Minety, Wilts.: S320    (855)
 S321 - Alfred 8 granting land to Swithwulf 2: 苩helwulf 1 [recte Alfred 8], king of the Saxons, to the church of St Andrew (Rochester) and bishop Swithwulf 2; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at Cuxton, with meadow at Chatham, Kent: S321    (880)
 S323 - 苩helwulf 1 confirming land of Canterbury, Christ Church: 苩helwulf 1, king of Kent, to (Canterbury, Christ Church); confirmation of lands at Langham, Blakeburneham, Plegwingham, Ofneham; pasture in Hliossole and 苂elbertinherst; common in woods in Estcogheringdenne and Hyringdenne; land at Canterbury with meadows at Shettinge and Thanington, Kent.: S323    (833 x 839)
 S324 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to W鎟noth 3: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to W鎟noth 3, abbot of SS Peter and Paul (Canterbury, St Augustine's); grant of 40 hides (cassati) at Lenham, Kent: S324    (850)
 S344 - Alfred 8 & 苩helred 13 selling land to Liaba 1: Alfred 8, king, and 苩helred 13, archbishop, to Liaba 1, son of Birgwine 1; grant of land at Ileden, Kent, in return for 25 mancuses of gold: S344    (873)
 S521 - Eadred 16 restoring land to Winchester, SS Peter & Paul: King Eadred 16 to the church of Winchester, SS Peter & Paul; restoration of 130 hides at Taunton, Somerset: S521    (947)
Commemoration of the dead (1)
 Various.commemoration in Brescia Liber Vitae: Various people of Anglo-Saxon origin had their names recorded in the Liber Vitae of Brescia; some possibly in conjunction with 苩helwulf 1's journey to Rome.: Brescia.LiberVitae  p. 167, 27v5 (853 x 856)
Confirmation of land/privileges (12)
 Edgar 11.S817 renewing privileges of Winchester, Old Minster 1: King Edgar 11 to Winchester, Old Minster 1; renewal of the privileges of Chilcomb, Hants.: S817    (963 x 975)
 Edgar 11.S825 confirming land to Winchester 1: King Edgar 11 to the bishopric of Winchester 1; confirmation of 100 hides (mansae) at Taunton, Somerset, with 3 appurtenant hides at Cearn (? Charmouth, Dorset) and 2 at Washford, Somerset, originally acquired from King Edward 2 in exchange for 30 hides at Banwell, Somerset, 20 at Stoce by Shalbourne, Wilts., and 10 at Crowcombe, Somerset: S825    (963 x 975)
 S285 - 苩helwulf 1 confirming land and privileges of Chertsey 1: 苩helwulf 1, king, to Chertsey 1 Abbey; confirmation of land and privileges: S285    (827)
 S290 - 苩helwulf 1 confirming his grant to Eadberht 40: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Eadberht 40, deacon; confirmation of grant of 15 hides (cassati) at Halstock, Devon: S290    (852 x 855)
 S318 - 苩helwulf 1 confirming lands of St-Denis, Paris: 苩helwulf 1, king of the English, to the Abbey of Saint-Denis (Paris, St Denis); confirmation of lands at Rotherfield, Hastings, Pevensey, Sussex; and at Lundenuuic (London): S318    (857)
 S323 - 苩helwulf 1 confirming land of Canterbury, Christ Church: 苩helwulf 1, king of Kent, to (Canterbury, Christ Church); confirmation of lands at Langham, Blakeburneham, Plegwingham, Ofneham; pasture in Hliossole and 苂elbertinherst; common in woods in Estcogheringdenne and Hyringdenne; land at Canterbury with meadows at Shettinge and Thanington, Kent.: S323    (833 x 839)
 苩helwulf 1.S285 confirming lands and privileges of Chertsey 1: 苩helwulf 1, king, to Chertsey 1 Abbey; confirmation of land and privileges: S285    (827)
 苩helwulf 1.S290 granting land to Eadberht 40: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Eadberht 40, deacon; grant of 15 hides (cassati) at Halstock, Devon, with a later confirmation at a meeting at Edington, Wilts.: S290    (840)
 苩helwulf 1.S318 granting land to Paris, Saint-Denis 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the English, to the Abbey of Saint-Denis (Paris, Saint-Denis 1); confirmation of lands at Rotherfield, Hastings, Pevensey, Sussex; and at Lundenuuic (London): S318    (857)
 苩helwulf 1.S323 confirming: 苩helwulf 1, king of Kent, to (Canterbury, Christ Church 3); confirmation of lands at Langham, Blakeburneham, Plegwingham, Ofneham; pasture in Hliossole and 苂elbertinherst; common in woods in Estcogheringdenne and Hyringdenne; land at Canterbury with meadows at Shettinge and Thanington, Kent: S323    (833 x 839)
 苩helwulf 1.S325 granting land to Winchester 1: 苩helwulf 1, king, to (Winchester 1 Cathedral); confirmation of the beneficial hidation of Chilcomb, Hants.: S325    (854)
 苩helwulf 1.granting land to Anonymous 723: King 苩helwulf 1 had granted 3 hides (manentes) at Hardwell in Compton Beauchamp, Berks. to Anonymous 723. By 903 the landbook had been damaged by immersion and was replaced by King Edward 2 for Tata 1, his fasallus. : S369    (839 x 858)
Conquest (5)
 Burgred 5.subjection of Welsh (Anonymi 11): Here Burgred 5 subjected the Welsh (Anonymi 11) to himself with the help of 苩helwulf 1.: ASC (DEF)  853 D, 852 E (853)
 苩helwulf 1.conquest and subjection to tribute of Anonymi 11: 苩helwulf 1 conquered the British (Anonymi 11) and subjected them to tribute.: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) (853)
 苩helwulf 1.defeat with others of Anonymi 2453: 苩helwulf 1 and others defeated the army [of Baldred 4].: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29) (825)
 苩helwulf 1.subjection of Anonymi 11 to Burgred 5: 苩helwulf 1 subjected the Northwealas (Anonymi 11) to Burgred 5.: ASC  853 AG, <854> B, 854 C (853)
 苩helwulf 1.subjection of Britons (Anonymi 11) to Burgred 5: With Burgred 5 苩helwulf 1 subjected the Britons (Anonymi 11) to the control of Burgred 5.: Asser.VitAlfredi  7 (851)
Conspiracy/intent to murder (1)
 苩helbald 13.plotting with others against 苩helwulf 1: 苩helbald 13 plotted with others to prevent 苩helwulf 1 from regaining his kingdom on his return from Rome.: Asser.VitAlfredi  12
Correspondence (4)
 Leo 2.letter to 苩helwulf 1: Leo 2 wrote to 苩helwulf 1 telling him that he had graciously received his son, Alfred 8.: Leo IV.Ep.HG31    (853)
 Lupus 2.letter to Ealdsige: Lupus 2 wrote to Felix 5 to ask him to intercede for the request of help that Lupus 2 had sent to 苩helwulf 1, concerning his plan to cover with lead the church of the monastery of Ferri鑢es.: Lupus.Ep.M14    (851)
 Lupus 2.letter to 苩helwulf 1: Lupus 2 wrote to 苩helwulf 1 to ask him for help with the task that Lupus 2 was facing, namely, covering with lead the church of the monastery of Ferri鑢es.: Lupus.Ep.M13    (851)
 苩helwulf 1.sending Anonymi 1190 to Louis 1: 苩helwulf 1 sent envoys [Anonymi 1190] to ask Louis 1 to grant him permission to travel through Francia on his way to Rome on pilgrimage. He also warned Louis 1 to devote even more careful attention and concern to the salvation of the souls of those subject to him. For the minds of the English had been quite terrified by a the vision of a certain pious priest [Anonymous 403].: Annals.StBertin  839
Death/dying (1)
 苩helwulf 1.death: 苩helwulf 1 died.: 苩helweard.Chron  iv.1 (858)
Disputing/dispute-settling (1)
 S1439 - settlement of dispute between 苩helwulf 14 and some Kentish churches: Account of the settlement of a dispute concerning estates belonging to Oswulf 4, dux, bequeathed by him in reversion to the Church and now held by the Kentish monasteries of Christ Church, Folkestone, Dover and Lyminge. They are claimed by a certain 苩helwulf 14 who said that his father, 苩helheah 10 had bought the inheritance with gold and silver. The rights of the churches were upheld.: S1439    (844)
Dreaming/seeing vision/revelation (1)
 苩helwulf 1.sending Anonymi 1190 to Louis 1: 苩helwulf 1 sent envoys [Anonymi 1190] to ask Louis 1 to grant him permission to travel through Francia on his way to Rome on pilgrimage. He also warned Louis 1 to devote even more careful attention and concern to the salvation of the souls of those subject to him. For the minds of the English had been quite terrified by a the vision of a certain pious priest [Anonymous 403].: Annals.StBertin  839
Election of bishop (1)
 Helmstan 1.episcopal election: Helmstan 1 was elected as bishop.: Helmstan.ProfEpis.R18   
Expulsion (3)
 Anonymi 19.willingness to expel 苩helbald 13 and Anonymi 17: The whole people [of Wessex] (Anonymi 19) were willing to expel 苩helbald 13 and his counsellors (Anonymi 17).: Asser.VitAlfredi  13
 苩helbald 13-Anonymi 17.attempted expulsion of 苩helwulf 1 from his kingdom: 苩helbald 13 and his counsellors (Anonymi 17) attempted to expel 苩helwulf 1 from his kingdom.: Asser.VitAlfredi  12
 苩helwulf 1.driving of Baldred 4 across the Thames: 苩helwulf 1 with others pursued Baldred 4 across the Thames to the north.: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29) (825)
Governing (2)
 Ecgberht 10-苩helwulf 1.restoring land to Ceolnoth 3 S1438: Kings Ecgberht 10 and 苩helwulf 1 restoring to Canterbury, Christ Church, land at Mallingum (East Malling, Kent or South Malling, Sussex), previously granted by Baldred 4, king of Kent. In return Ceolnoth 3 and the Christ Church community and their successors promise loyalty to the West Saxon kings and their heirs. An additional passage concerns an agreement over the election of abbots and abbesses to the Kentish minsters.: S1438    (838)
 S1438 - agreement between Ceolnoth 3 and Ecgberht 10 & 苩helwulf 1: Record of the agreement made at Kingston, between Archbishop Ceolnoth 3 and Kings Ecgberht 10 and 苩helwulf 1 concerning the restoration to Canterbury, Christ Church 1, of land at Mallingum (East Malling, Kent or South Malling, Sussex), previously granted by Baldred 4, king of Kent. In return Ceolnoth 3 and the Christ Church community and their successors promise loyalty to the West Saxon kings and their heirs. An additional passage concerns an agreement over the election of abbots and abbesses to the Kentish minsters.: S1438    (838)
Grant and Gift (98)
 Alfred 8.S354 exchanging lands with Denewulf 1 Winchester, SS Peter and Paul 1: Alfred 8, king of the Anglo-Saxons, to Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and the church of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul 1; grant of 50 pounds of pure gold and a regrant of the reversion of 50 hides (manentes) at Chisledon, Wilts., and 60 at Hurstbourne Priors, Hants., in exchange for 100 hides at Cholsey, Hagbourne and B鎠tl鎠ford (Basildon), Berks.: S354    (878 x 899)
 Badanoth 3.S296 exchanging land with 苩helwulf 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and Kent, to Badanoth 3, his apparitor; grant of land near Canterbury, in return for 15 mancuses of gold: S296   
 Ceolnoth 3.purchasing land from H鎙etha 1: Archbishop Ceolnoth 3 purchased the estate at Chart, Kent, from the thegn H鎙etha 1 with his own money. King 苩helwulf 1 then granted him the land by charter as a perpetual inheritance.: S1471    (833 x 858)
 S1196 - Plegred 1 purchasing land from 苩helmod 7: Plegred 1 declares that he has purchased from 苩helmod 7, dux, a half tun which previously pertained to Wilburgewellan near Canterbury (? Well near Ickham), Kent; 苩helmod 7 grants the land to Plegred 1: S1196    (839 x 855)
 S1274 - 苩helbald 13 bequeathing land to Winchester 1: (1) Swithhun 5, bishop of Winchester, to 苩helbald 13, king of the West Saxons; grant of 60 hides (cassati) at Farnham, Surrey. (2) King 苩helbald 13 grants the reversion of the land, after his death, to the bishop and church of Winchester 1: S1274    (858)
 S271 - Ecgberht 10 granting land to St Andrew抯, Rochester: Ecgberht 10, king of England, to Rochester, St Andrew's church; grant of privileges: S271    (825 x 832)
 S278 - Ecgberht 10 granting land to Abingdon 1 Abbey: Ecgberht 10, king of the West Saxons, to Abingdon 1 Abbey; grant of 50 hides (manentes) at Marcham, Berks: S278    (835)
 S280 - Ecgberht 10 granting land to Beornmod 3: Ecgberht 10, king, to Beornmod 3, bishop; grant of 4 sulungs (aratra) at Snodland and Holborough, Kent, with pastures and a viculus in the eastern part of Rochester: S280    (838)
 S281 - Ecgberht 10 granting land to bishopric of Winchester with conditions: Ecgberht 10, king of the West Saxons, to the see of Winchester; grant of 40 hides (cassati) at Shalfleet, Isle of Wight, conditional upon the loyalty of Bishop Eadhun 1 and his successors to 苩helwulf 1: S281    (838)
 S286 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Ceolnoth 3: 苩helwulf 1, king of Kent, to Ceolnoth 3, archbishop; grant of one hide (mansio) at Eastre(a)stadelham: S286    (838)
 S287 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Dudda 5: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Ithda 1 or Dudda 5; grant of land at Canterbury: S287    (839)
 S288 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Duda 2: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Duda 2, his minister; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Asshedoune (cf. Ashdown Park in Ashbury, Berks.): S288    (840)
 S289 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Beornmod 3: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Beornmod 3, bishop of Rochester; grant of 2 sulungs (aratra) at Holborough, Kent: S289    (841)
 S290 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Eadberht 40: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Eadberht 40, deacon; grant of 15 hides (cassati) at Halstock, Devon: S290    (840)
 S291 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Ceolmund 6: 苩helwulf 1, king of the South Peoples, to Ceolmund 6, his pr鎓ectus; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) and a viculus near Rochester: S291    (842)
 S292 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Eanwulf 4: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Eanwulf 4, his princeps; grant of 25 hides (cassati) at Ditcheat and 5 at Lottisham, Somerset: S292    (842)
 S293 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to 苩helmod 5: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to 苩helmod 5, his minister; grant of 10 sulungs (aratra) at (Little) Chart, Kent, with woodland and swine pastures: S293    (843)
 S294 - 苩helwulf 1 granting privileges to Sherborne 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the church at Sherborne 1; grant of privileges ('First Decimation'): S294    (844)
 S294b - 苩helwulf 1 granting privileges to the Church: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; grant of privileges, with particular mention of lands belonging to the church of Malmesbury at Ellendune (Wroughton), Wilts. (30 hides); Elmhamstede (15 hides); and at Wootton (10 hides), Charlton near Malmesbury (20 hides), Minety (5 hides), and Rodbourne, Wilts. (10 hides). ('First Decimation'.): S294b    (844)
 S295 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Sherborne: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the church at Sherborne 1; grant of 2 hides (cassati) at Osanstoc: S295    (844)
 S296 - 苩helwulf 1 selling land to Badanoth 3: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Badanoth 3, his apparitor; grant of land near Canterbury, in return for 15 mancuses of gold: S296    (845)
 S297 - 苩helwulf 1 selling land to Wynnhere 2: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Wynnhere 2, abbot of St Augustine's; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) at Lillicesora (? Lynsore, near Bossingham, Kent), in return for 70 mancuses: S297    (845)
 S298 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to himself: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to himself; grant of 20 hides (cassati) om Homme (at South Hams, Devon): S298    (846)
 S299 - 苩helwulf 1 & 苩helstan 3 granting land and a church to Ealhhere 11: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, and 苩helstan 3, king of Kent, to Ealhhere 11, princeps; grant of land near Rochester, with a church dedicated to St Mary: S299    (850)
 S300 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Ealhhere 11: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Ealhhere 11, his princeps; grant of 40 hides (cassati) at Lenham, Kent, with rights in Blean wood: S300    (850)
 S301 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to St Peter抯, Malmesbury: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the church of St Peter, Malmesbury; grant of 10 hides (mansiones) at Dauntsey, Wilts: S301    (850)
 S302 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land and privileges to the Church: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; general grant of land and privileges ('Second Decimation'): S302    (854)
 S303 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land and privileges to the Church: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; general grant of lands and privileges with a list of the Glastonbury estates affected, ('Second Decimation'): S303    (854)
 S304 - 苩helwulf 1 granting privileges to the Church & granting land to Hunsige 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; general grant of privileges, with specific grant to Hunsige 1, minister, for 3 hides (cassati) at Martyr Worthy, Hants. ('Second Decimation'): S304    (854)
 S305 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land and privileges to the Church: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; general grant of land and privileges, with list of lands assigned to Malmesbury 1 Abbey, namely at 35 hides at Purton, 15 at Lacock, 5 at Sutton Benger, 5 at Corston, 10 at Crudwell, Wilts.; 10 at Kemble, Gloucs.; and 1.5 at Dauntsey, Wilts. ('Second Decimation'): S305    (854)
 S306 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to St Peter抯, Malmesbury 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to St Peter and the familia of Malmesbury 1; grant of 5 hides (mansiones) at Tockenham, Wilts: S306    (854)
 S307 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land and privileges to the Church and land to Swithhun 5 & SS Peter & Paul, Winchester: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; general grant of land and privileges with specific grant to Swithhun 5, bishop, for the church of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul, of 30 hides (cassati) at Brightwell, Berks. ('Second Decimation'): S307    (854)
 S308 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land and privileges to the Church and land to Wifrith 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; general grant of land and privileges with specific grant to Wifrith 1, minister, of 1 hide (cassatum) at Hardenhuish, Wilts. ('Second Decimation'): S308    (854)
 S310 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to SS Peter & Paul, Winchester: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the church of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul; grant of 8 hides (manentes) at Ruishton, and 8 at Stoke St Mary in (鎡) Orchard Portman, Somerset, to augment the estate at Taunton given by Queen Frithugyth 1: S310    (854)
 S311 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to SS Peter & Paul, Winchester: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the church of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul 1; grant of 133 hides (manentes) at Taunton and 10 at Brown, Somerset: S311    (854)
 S312 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to SS Peter & Paul, Winchester: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the church of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Wanborough (i.e Little Hinton), Wilts.: S312    (854)
 S313 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to St Peter抯, Winchester: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Winchester, St Peter's 1 and Winchester, Old Minster 1; grant of 20 hides at Wanborough, Wilts: S313    (854)
 S315 - 苩helwulf 1 granting messuage to Dunn 4: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Dunn 4, his minister; grant of a messuage (haga) in the south of the city of Rochester: S315    (855)
 S316 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Ealdhere 2: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people Kent, to Ealdhere 2, his minister; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) at Ulaham, Kent: S316    (853)
 S317 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Ealdred 18: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Ealdred 18, his minister; grant of 20 hides (cassati) at 苨cesbyrig (i.e. Woolstone), Berks.: S317    (853)
 S319 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Eadred 7: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Eadred 7; grant of land at Horton, near Canterbury, Kent: S319    (844)
 S320 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to Malmesbury 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, and of all the southern people of the English, to Malmesbury 1 Abbey; grant of 5 hides (mansiunculae) at Minety, Wilts.: S320    (855)
 S321 - Alfred 8 granting land to Swithwulf 2: 苩helwulf 1 [recte Alfred 8], king of the Saxons, to the church of St Andrew (Rochester) and bishop Swithwulf 2; grant of 3 sulungs (aratra) at Cuxton, with meadow at Chatham, Kent: S321    (880)
 S324 - 苩helwulf 1 granting land to W鎟noth 3: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to W鎟noth 3, abbot of SS Peter and Paul (Canterbury, St Augustine's); grant of 40 hides (cassati) at Lenham, Kent: S324    (850)
 S521 - Eadred 16 restoring land to Winchester, SS Peter & Paul: King Eadred 16 to the church of Winchester, SS Peter & Paul; restoration of 130 hides at Taunton, Somerset: S521    (947)
 Wynnhere 2.S297 exchanging with 苩helwulf 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Wynnhere 2, abbot of St Augustine's; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) at Lillicesora (? Lynsore, near Bossingham, Kent), in return for 70 mancuses: S297    (845)
 苩helwulf 1-苩helstan 3.S299 granting land to Ealhhere 11: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, and 苩helstan 3, king of Kent, to Ealhhere 11, princeps; grant of land near Rochester, with a church dedicated to St Mary: S299    (850)
 苩helwulf 1.S286 granting land to Ceolnoth 3: 苩helwulf 1, king of Kent, to Ceolnoth 3, archbishop; grant of one hide (mansio) at Eastre(a)stadelham.: S286    (838)
 苩helwulf 1.S287 granting land to Ithda 1 or Dudda 5: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Ithda 1 or Dudda 5; grant of land at Canterbury: S287    (839)
 苩helwulf 1.S288 granting land to Duda 2: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Duda 2, his minister; grant of 10 hides (cassati) at Asshedoune (cf. Ashdown Park in Ashbury, Berks.): S288    (840)
 苩helwulf 1.S289 granting land to Beornmod 3: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Beornmod 3, bishop of Rochester; grant of 2 sulungs (aratra) at Holborough, Kent: S289    (841)
 苩helwulf 1.S290 granting land to Eadberht 40: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Eadberht 40, deacon; grant of 15 hides (cassati) at Halstock, Devon, with a later confirmation at a meeting at Edington, Wilts.: S290    (840)
 苩helwulf 1.S291 granting land to Ceolmund 6: 苩helwulf 1, king of the South Peoples, to Ceolmund 6, his pr鎓ectus; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) and a viculus near Rochester: S291    (842)
 苩helwulf 1.S292 granting land to Eanwulf 4: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Eanwulf 4, his princeps; grant of 25 hides (cassati) at Ditcheat and 5 at Lottisham, Somerset: S292    (842)
 苩helwulf 1.S293 granting land to 苩helmod 5: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and Kent, to 苩helmod 5, his minister; grant of 10 sulungs (aratra) at (Little) Chart, Kent, with woodland and swine pastures: S293    (843)
 苩helwulf 1.S294 granting privileges to Sherborne 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the church at Sherborne 1; grant of privileges ('First Decimation'): S294    (844)
 苩helwulf 1.S294a granting lands and privileges to the church: 苩helwulf 1, king of Wessex, to the Church; general grant of lands and privileges ('First Decimation').: S294a    (814 x 844)
 苩helwulf 1.S295 granting land to Sherborne 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the church at Sherborne 1; grant of 2 hides (cassati) at Osanstoc: S295    (844)
 苩helwulf 1.S296 exchanging with Badanoth 3: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and Kent, to Badanoth 3, his apparitor; grant of land near Canterbury, in return for 15 mancuses of gold: S296    (845)
 苩helwulf 1.S297 exchanging Wynnhere 2: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Wynnhere 2, abbot of St Augustine's; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) at Lillicesora (? Lynsore, near Bossingham, Kent), in return for 70 mancuses: S297    (845)
 苩helwulf 1.S298 granting land to himself: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to himself; grant of 20 hides (cassati) om Homme (at South Hams, Devon): S298    (846)
 苩helwulf 1.S300 granting land to Ealhhere 11: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Ealhhere 11, his princeps; grant of 40 hides (cassati) at Lenham, Kent, with rights in Blean wood: S300    (850)
 苩helwulf 1.S301 granting land to Malmesbury 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the church of St Peter, Malmesbury 1; grant of 10 hides (mansiones) at Dauntsey, Wilts.: S301    (850)
 苩helwulf 1.S302 granting to the Church: 苩helwulf, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; general grant of land and privileges ('Second Decimation'): S302    (854)
 苩helwulf 1.S303 granting to the Church: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; general grant of lands and privileges with a list of the Glastonbury 1 estates affected, namely 5 hides at Buckland Newton, Dorset; 6 at Pennard, Somerset; 1 at Cetenes felda; 6 at Cerawycombe (? Crowcombe, Somerset); 10 hides at Sowy (cf. Middlezoy, Westonzoyland), 3 at Puriton, 1.5 at Montacute (Lodegaresbergh), Somerset; 1.5 at Culmstock, 0.5 at Monk Okehampton and 0.5 at Braunton, Devon ('Second Decimation'): S303    (854)
 苩helwulf 1.S304 granting to Hunsige 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; general grant of privileges, with specific grant to Hunsige 1, minister, for 3 hides (cassati) at Martyr Worthy, Hants. ('Second Decimation'): S304    (854)
 苩helwulf 1.S305 granting privileges to Church and Malmesbury 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; general grant of land and privileges, with list of lands assigned to Malmesbury 1 Abbey, namely at 35 hides at Purton, 15 at Lacock, 5 at Sutton Benger, 5 at Corston, 10 at Crudwell, Wilts.; 10 at Kemble, Gloucs.; and 1.5 at Dauntsey, Wilts. ('Second Decimation'): S305    (854)
 苩helwulf 1.S306 granting land to Malmesbury 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to St Peter and the familia of Malmesbury 1; grant of 5 hides (mansiones) at Tockenham, Wilts.: S306    (854)
 苩helwulf 1.S307 granting land to Swithhun 5 and Winchester, SS Peter and Paul 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; general grant of land and privileges with specific grant to Swithhun 5, bishop, for the church of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul 1, of 30 hides (cassati) at Brightwell, Berks. ('Second Decimation'): S307    (854)
 苩helwulf 1.S308 granting land to Wifrith 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the Church; general grant of land and privileges with specific grant to Wifrith 1, minister, of 1 hide (cassatum) at Hardenhuish, Wilts. ('Second Decimation'): S308    (854)
 苩helwulf 1.S310 granting land to Winchester, SS Peter and Paul 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the church of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul 1; grant of 8 hides (manentes) at Ruishton, and 8 at Stoke St Mary in (鎡) Orchard Portman, Somerset, to augment the estate at Taunton given by Queen Frithugyth 1: S310    (854)
 苩helwulf 1.S311 granting land to Winchester, SS Peter and Paul 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the church of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul 1; grant of 133 hides (manentes) at Taunton and 10 at Brown, Somerset: S311    (854)
 苩helwulf 1.S312 granting land to Winchester, SS Peter & Paul 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to the church of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul 1; grant of 20 hides (mansae) at Wanborough (i.e Little Hinton), Wilts.: S312    (854)
 苩helwulf 1.S313 granting land to Winchester, Old Minster 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to St Peter and Winchester, Old Minster 1; grant of 20 hides at Wanborough, Wilts.: S313    (854)
 苩helwulf 1.S315 granting land to Dunn 4: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and Kent, to Dunn 4, his minister; grant of a messuage (haga) in the south of the city of Rochester: S315    (855)
 苩helwulf 1.S316 granting land to Ealdhere 2: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people Kent, to Ealdhere 2, his minister; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) at Ulaham, Kent: S316    (853)
 苩helwulf 1.S317 granting land to Ealdred 18: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Ealdred 18, his minister; grant of 20 hides (cassati) at 苨cesbyrig (i.e. Woolstone), Berks.: S317    (856)
 苩helwulf 1.S319 granting land to Eadred 7: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and Kent, to Eadred 7; grant of land at Horton, near Canterbury, Kent: S319    (844)
 苩helwulf 1.S320 granting land to Malmesbury 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, Kent, and of all the southern people of the English, to Malmesbury 1 Abbey; grant of 5 hides (mansiunculae) at Minety, Wilts.: S320    (855)
 苩helwulf 1.S324 granting land to W鎟noth 3: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to W鎟noth 3, abbot of SS Peter and Paul (Canterbury, St Augustine's 1); grant of 40 hides (cassati) at Lenham, Kent: S324    (850)
 苩helwulf 1.S819 granting land to Winchester 1: King 苩helwulf 1 to the church of Winchester 1; grant 10 hides (mansae) at Clearan, Hants. as part of his 'decimation': S819    (839 x 858)
 苩helwulf 1.freeing from royal service and tax a tenth of his kingdom: 苩helwulf 1 freed a tenth of his whole kingdom from service and tax to God.: Asser.VitAlfredi  11 (855)
 苩helwulf 1.granting decimation: King 苩helwulf 1 granted a tenth of his lands to the church ('decimation').: S825   
 苩helwulf 1.granting land to ?: 苩helwulf 1, king of Wessex, to ; grant of land at Lennucmere. : S1698    (839 x 855)
 苩helwulf 1.granting land to Anonymous 723: King 苩helwulf 1 had granted 3 hides (manentes) at Hardwell in Compton Beauchamp, Berks. to Anonymous 723. By 903 the landbook had been damaged by immersion and was replaced by King Edward 2 for Tata 1, his fasallus. : S369    (839 x 858)
 苩helwulf 1.granting land to Cenwald 3: King Edward 2 to Ordlaf 1, princeps; renewal of a charter of 苩helwulf 1, king of the Saxons, granting 20 hides (cassati) at Stanton St Bernard, Wilts., to Cenwald 3, minister: S368    (839 x 858)
 苩helwulf 1.granting land to Ealhmund 24: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to Alcmundus (Ealhmund 24), princeps; grant of land at Essebiri (Uffington or Woolstone, Berks.).: Abing2    (839 x 858)
 苩helwulf 1.granting land to Glastonbury: King 苩helwulf 1 to Glastonbury Abbey; grant of 24 hides at Uffculme, Devon. : S1697    (839 x 855)
 苩helwulf 1.granting land to Malmesbury 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, Kent, and of all the southern people of the English, to Malmesbury 1 Abbey; grant of 5 hides (mansiunculae) at Minety, Wilts.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.239 (855)
 苩helwulf 1.granting land to W鎟noth 3: 苩helwulf 1, king of Wessex and Kent, to W鎟noth 3, abbot of St Augustine's; grant of 5 ploughlands at East Lenham, Kent.: S1649    (838)
 苩helwulf 1.granting land to 苩helwulf 34: 苩helwulf 1, king to 苩helwulf 34; grant of 10 hides at Clutton, Somerset. : S1694    (839 x 858)
 苩helwulf 1.granting of a tithe of his land: 苩helwulf 1 granted a tithe of his property to the Lord and decided the same should be done in his whole kingdom.: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) (855)
 苩helwulf 1.granting of tithe of his land: 苩helwulf 1 granted a tithe of land.: ASC  855 ADEG, <856> B, 856 CF(OE and Lat.) (855)
 苩helwulf 1.granting treasures to Rome, St Peter's: He gave to St Peter's a fine gold crown, two fine gold beakers, one sword, two small images of fine gold, four silver-gilt English bowls, one all-silk tunic, one all-silk white shirt, two large gold-interwoven veils.: LiberPontificalis  vol. II, p. 148, ll. 5-12: Benedict III, 34 ([855] x [858])
 苩helwulf 1.journey to Rome: 苩helwulf 1 left all he had and went to Rome for the sake of prayer with a multitude of people. He gave several gifts to the church of St Peter and gold to all the clergy in Rome. : LiberPontificalis  vol. II, p. 148, lines 5- 2: Benedict III, 34 ([855] x [858])
 苩helwulf 1.marrying Judith 1: On 1 October, in the palace of Verberie, 苩helwulf 1 received Judith 1 in marriage ... when the marriage had been sealed by mutual exchange of royal gear and gifts, they sailed back to Britain: Annals.StBertin  856
 苩helwulf 1.restoring land to Winchester, SS Peter and Paul S309: 苩helwulf 1, king, to the church of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul; restitution of 3 hides (mansae) at Headbourne Worthy, Hants., originally granted by King Cenwealh 2: S309    (854)
 苩helwulf 1.granting land to Malmesbury 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons, to St Peter and the familia of Malmesbury 1; grant of 5 hides (mansiones) at Tockenham, Wilts.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.238 (854)
Hospitality (2)
 Alfred 8.journey to Rome: Alfred 8 was received by Leo 2. He decorated him as a spiritual son, with the dignity of the belt and the vestments of the consulate, as was customary with Roman consuls.: Leo IV.Ep.HG31    (853)
 Leo 2.letter to 苩helwulf 1: Leo 2 wrote to 苩helwulf 1 telling him that he had graciously received his son, Alfred 8.: Leo IV.Ep.HG31    (853)
Intercession/mediation (1)
 Lupus 2.letter to Ealdsige: Lupus 2 wrote to Felix 5 to ask him to intercede for the request of help that Lupus 2 had sent to 苩helwulf 1, concerning his plan to cover with lead the church of the monastery of Ferri鑢es.: Lupus.Ep.M14    (851)
Journey (6)
 Alfred 8.journey to Rome: Alfred 8 was received by Leo 2. He decorated him as a spiritual son, with the dignity of the belt and the vestments of the consulate, as was customary with Roman consuls.: Leo IV.Ep.HG31    (853)
 苩helwulf 1.journey to Rome: 苩helwulf 1 set out for Rome in great style and remained there for twelve months.: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) (855 - ?)
 苩helwulf 1.journey to Rome with Alfred 8: 苩helwulf 1 went to Rome with Alfred 8.: Asser.VitAlfredi  11 (855)
 苩helwulf 1.return home: 苩helwulf 1 returned home.: Asser.VitAlfredi  7
 苩helwulf 1.return journey from Rome: 苩helwulf 1 returned home [ABCEG: and after he came to his people, they were glad of this; DF(OE and Lat.): and he came home safe].: ASC  855 ADEG, <856> B, 856 CF(OE and Lat.) (856)
 苩helwulf 1.sending of Alfred 8 to Rome: 苩helwulf 1 sent Alfred 8 to Rome in the days of Leo 1.: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) (853)
Killing/murder (1)
 苩helwulf 1.fighting against Anonymi 849 at Carhampton: Here 苩helwulf 1 fought against thirty-five ships' companies (Anonymi 849); the Danes gained control of the place of slaughter.: ASC  840 ADEF(OE and Lat.)G, <840/1> B, 841 C (843)
Kingdom - accession to (2)
 苩helwulf 1.accession to [kingdom]: Then 苩helwulf 1 acceded to [the kingdom].: ASC  Pref. AG (839)
 苩helwulf 1.accession to kingdom of West Saxons: 苩helwulf 1 acceded to the kingdom of the West Saxons.: ASC  836 ACDEF(OE and Lat.)G, <836> B (839)
Kingdom - division of (1)
 苩helwulf 1.division of kingdom: The kingdom [of Wessex] was divided between 苩helwulf 1 and 苩helbald 13.: Asser.VitAlfredi  12
Marriage (8)
 Burgred 5.marriage to 苩helswith 1: Burgred 5 married the daughter (苩helswith 1) of 苩helwulf 1.: ASC (DEF)  853 D, 852 E (853)
 Charles 4.giving of his daughter (Judith 1) to 苩helwulf 1: Charles 4 gave his daughter, [sc. Judith 1], to 苩helwulf 1 as queen.: ASC  855 AG, <856> B, 856 C (856)
 Charles 4.giving of his daughter (Judith 1) to 苩helwulf 1 in marriage: Charles 4 gave 苩helwulf 1 his daughter [sc. Judith 1] in marriage.: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) (856)
 Judith 1.marriage to 苩helwulf 1: 苩helwulf 1 received Judith 1 as queen.: Asser.VitAlfredi  68
 苩helwulf 1.giving of daughter (苩helswith 1) to Burgred 5 in marriage: 苩helwulf 1 gave his daughter (苩helswith 1) to Burgred 5 as queen.: Asser.VitAlfredi  9 (853)
 苩helwulf 1.giving of his daughter (Anonymous 13) to Burgred 5: After Easter 苩helwulf 1 gave his daughter [sc. 苩helswith 1] to Burgred 5, from the West Saxons to the Mercians (Anonymi 935).: ASC  853 AG, <854> B, 854 C (853)
 苩helwulf 1.giving of his daughter (苩helswith 1) to Burgred 5 in marriage: 苩helwulf 1 gave Burgred 5 his daughter (苩helswith 1) in marriage.: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) (853)
 苩helwulf 1.marrying Judith 1: 苩helwulf 1 had married a daughter (Judith 1) of Charlemagne 1.: 苩helweard.Chron  iv.3 (pp. 45-6)
Meeting (1)
 Charles 4.receiving 苩helwulf 1: Charles 4 received 苩helwulf 1 hospitably and honourably: Annals.StBertin  855
Metal-working (1)
 苩helwulf 1.making shrine for St Aldhelm 3: 苩helwulf 1 made a shrine to hold the bones of St Aldhelm 3, with solid silver figures chased on the front part, while at the back he represented in raised metal work his miracles. The king also added a crystal filial to the shrine, and one may read his name on it in letters of gold.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.236
Military strategy (1)
 Ecgberht 10.despatch of 苩helwulf 1 and others to Kent: Ecgberht 10 sent 苩helwulf 1 and others to Kent.: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29) (825)
Oath-swearing/fealty (4)
 Ceolnoth 3.promising loyalty to Ecgberht 10 and his heirs: Archbishop Ceolnoth 3 and the Canterbury, Christ Church community and their successors promise loyalty to the West Saxon kings and their heirs. In return Kings Ecgberht 10 and 苩helwulf 1 restore to Canterbury, Christ Church, land at Mallingum (East Malling, Kent or South Malling, Sussex), previously granted by Baldred 4, king of Kent. : S1438    (838)
 Ecgberht 10-苩helwulf 1.restoring land to Ceolnoth 3 S1438: Kings Ecgberht 10 and 苩helwulf 1 restoring to Canterbury, Christ Church, land at Mallingum (East Malling, Kent or South Malling, Sussex), previously granted by Baldred 4, king of Kent. In return Ceolnoth 3 and the Christ Church community and their successors promise loyalty to the West Saxon kings and their heirs. An additional passage concerns an agreement over the election of abbots and abbesses to the Kentish minsters.: S1438    (838)
 S1438 - agreement between Ceolnoth 3 and Ecgberht 10 & 苩helwulf 1: Record of the agreement made at Kingston, between Archbishop Ceolnoth 3 and Kings Ecgberht 10 and 苩helwulf 1 concerning the restoration to Canterbury, Christ Church 1, of land at Mallingum (East Malling, Kent or South Malling, Sussex), previously granted by Baldred 4, king of Kent. In return Ceolnoth 3 and the Christ Church community and their successors promise loyalty to the West Saxon kings and their heirs. An additional passage concerns an agreement over the election of abbots and abbesses to the Kentish minsters.: S1438    (838)
 S1438 - confirming at Wilton: Confirmation by King 苩helwulf 1 of the agreement made at Kingston, between Archbishop Ceolnoth 3 and Kings Ecgberht 10 and 苩helwulf 1 concerning the restoration to Canterbury, Christ Church 1, of land at Mallingum (East Malling, Kent or South Malling, Sussex), previously granted by Baldred 4, king of Kent. In return Ceolnoth 3 and the Christ Church community and their successors promise loyalty to the West Saxon kings and their heirs. : S1438    (838)
Ordering (1)
 Ecgberht 10.despatch of 苩helwulf 1 and others to Kent: Ecgberht 10 sent 苩helwulf 1 and others to Kent.: ASC  823 ADEF(OE and Lat.)G, <823> BC (825)
Pilgrimage (1)
 苩helwulf 1.sending Anonymi 1190 to Louis 1: 苩helwulf 1 sent envoys [Anonymi 1190] to ask Louis 1 to grant him permission to travel through Francia on his way to Rome on pilgrimage. He also warned Louis 1 to devote even more careful attention and concern to the salvation of the souls of those subject to him. For the minds of the English had been quite terrified by a the vision of a certain pious priest [Anonymous 403].: Annals.StBertin  839
Policy decision (1)
 Alfred 8 meeting with his council and reading 苩helwulf 1抯 will: After King 苩helred 15 had died having left no will, Alfred 8 met with his council at Langanden and read their King 苩helwulf 1's will. They then all pronounced and declared that they could not conceive any juster title nor hear of one in the will. And they all gave him their pledge and signature that as long as they lived no man should ever change it in any way other than as he bequeath it at his last day.: S1507    (873 x 888)
Praying (1)
 苩helwulf 1.journey to Rome: 苩helwulf 1 left all he had and went to Rome for the sake of prayer with a multitude of people. He gave several gifts to the church of St Peter and gold to all the clergy in Rome. : LiberPontificalis  vol. II, p. 148, lines 5- 2: Benedict III, 34 ([855] x [858])
Property-buying/purchasing (5)
 Badanoth 3.S1510 obtaining land from 苩helwulf 1: Badanoth 3 obtained and purchased 16 yokes of land from King 苩helwulf 1: S1510    (825 x 853)
 Ceolnoth 3.purchasing land from H鎙etha 1: Archbishop Ceolnoth 3 purchased the estate at Chart, Kent, from the thegn H鎙etha 1 with his own money. King 苩helwulf 1 then granted him the land by charter as a perpetual inheritance.: S1471    (833 x 858)
 S1439 - settlement of dispute between 苩helwulf 14 and some Kentish churches: Account of the settlement of a dispute concerning estates belonging to Oswulf 4, dux, bequeathed by him in reversion to the Church and now held by the Kentish monasteries of Christ Church, Folkestone, Dover and Lyminge. They are claimed by a certain 苩helwulf 14 who said that his father, 苩helheah 10 had bought the inheritance with gold and silver. The rights of the churches were upheld.: S1439    (844)
 S344 - Alfred 8 & 苩helred 13 selling land to Liaba 1: Alfred 8, king, and 苩helred 13, archbishop, to Liaba 1, son of Birgwine 1; grant of land at Ileden, Kent, in return for 25 mancuses of gold: S344    (873)
 Various.witnessing Badanoth 4 bequeathing land S1510: Will of Badanoth 4 Beotting; bequest of 16 yokes of land to his wife [Anonymous 1074] and children [Anonymi 2709] with reversion of Canterbury, Christ Church. The land had been obtained and purchased from King 苩helwulf 1. In addition Badanoth 4 dedicated himself and his children to God.: S1510    (845 x 853)
Property-exchanging (7)
 Alfred 8.S354 exchanging lands with Denewulf 1 Winchester, SS Peter and Paul 1: Alfred 8, king of the Anglo-Saxons, to Denewulf 1, bishop of Winchester, and the church of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul 1; grant of 50 pounds of pure gold and a regrant of the reversion of 50 hides (manentes) at Chisledon, Wilts., and 60 at Hurstbourne Priors, Hants., in exchange for 100 hides at Cholsey, Hagbourne and B鎠tl鎠ford (Basildon), Berks.: S354    (878 x 899)
 Badanoth 3.S1510 obtaining land from 苩helwulf 1: Badanoth 3 obtained and purchased 16 yokes of land from King 苩helwulf 1: S1510    (825 x 853)
 Badanoth 3.S296 exchanging land with 苩helwulf 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and Kent, to Badanoth 3, his apparitor; grant of land near Canterbury, in return for 15 mancuses of gold: S296   
 Ceolnoth 3.purchasing land from H鎙etha 1: Archbishop Ceolnoth 3 purchased the estate at Chart, Kent, from the thegn H鎙etha 1 with his own money. King 苩helwulf 1 then granted him the land by charter as a perpetual inheritance.: S1471    (833 x 858)
 Edgar 11.S825 confirming land to Winchester 1: King Edgar 11 to the bishopric of Winchester 1; confirmation of 100 hides (mansae) at Taunton, Somerset, with 3 appurtenant hides at Cearn (? Charmouth, Dorset) and 2 at Washford, Somerset, originally acquired from King Edward 2 in exchange for 30 hides at Banwell, Somerset, 20 at Stoce by Shalbourne, Wilts., and 10 at Crowcombe, Somerset: S825    (963 x 975)
 Wynnhere 2.S297 exchanging with 苩helwulf 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Wynnhere 2, abbot of St Augustine's; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) at Lillicesora (? Lynsore, near Bossingham, Kent), in return for 70 mancuses: S297    (845)
 苩helwulf 1.S296 exchanging with Badanoth 3: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and Kent, to Badanoth 3, his apparitor; grant of land near Canterbury, in return for 15 mancuses of gold: S296    (845)
Property-giving/selling (8)
 Badanoth 3.S296 exchanging land with 苩helwulf 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and Kent, to Badanoth 3, his apparitor; grant of land near Canterbury, in return for 15 mancuses of gold: S296   
 S279 - Ecgberht 10 selling lease of land to Ciaba 1: Ecgberht 10, king of the West Saxons, to Ciaba 1, a clericus living in St Peter's minster (Canterbury, St Augustine's 1), Canterbury; grant, for life, of one sulung (aratrum) on Scirdun, formerly belonging to the royal vill at Canterbury, in return for 100 mancuses, with reversion to St Augustine's: S279    (836)
 S282 - Ecgberht 10 selling land to 苩helric 9: Ecgberht 10, king of the West Saxons and Kent, to 苩helric 9 , minister; grant of 5 sulungs (aratra) at Warehorne and Flotham (lost), Kent, in return for 50 mancuses: S282    (830)
 S296 - 苩helwulf 1 selling land to Badanoth 3: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Badanoth 3, his apparitor; grant of land near Canterbury, in return for 15 mancuses of gold: S296    (845)
 S297 - 苩helwulf 1 selling land to Wynnhere 2: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Wynnhere 2, abbot of St Augustine's; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) at Lillicesora (? Lynsore, near Bossingham, Kent), in return for 70 mancuses: S297    (845)
 Wynnhere 2.S297 exchanging with 苩helwulf 1: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Wynnhere 2, abbot of St Augustine's; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) at Lillicesora (? Lynsore, near Bossingham, Kent), in return for 70 mancuses: S297    (845)
 苩helwulf 1.S296 exchanging with Badanoth 3: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and Kent, to Badanoth 3, his apparitor; grant of land near Canterbury, in return for 15 mancuses of gold: S296    (845)
 苩helwulf 1.S297 exchanging Wynnhere 2: 苩helwulf 1, king of the West Saxons and of the people of Kent, to Wynnhere 2, abbot of St Augustine's; grant of 1 sulung (aratrum) at Lillicesora (? Lynsore, near Bossingham, Kent), in return for 70 mancuses: S297    (845)
Pursuit, military (1)
 苩helwulf 1.driving of Baldred 4 across the Thames: 苩helwulf 1 with others pursued Baldred 4 across the Thames to the north.: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29) (825)
Relics-collecting/depositing/granting (1)
 苩helwulf 1.making shrine for St Aldhelm 3: 苩helwulf 1 made a shrine to hold the bones of St Aldhelm 3, with solid silver figures chased on the front part, while at the back he represented in raised metal work his miracles. The king also added a crystal filial to the shrine, and one may read his name on it in letters of gold.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.236
Request (4)
 Burgred 5.request to 苩helwulf 1 for assistance: Burgred 5 asked 苩helwulf 1 for assistance in subduing the Welsh (Anonymi 11).: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) (853)
 Lupus 2.letter to Ealdsige: Lupus 2 wrote to Felix 5 to ask him to intercede for the request of help that Lupus 2 had sent to 苩helwulf 1, concerning his plan to cover with lead the church of the monastery of Ferri鑢es.: Lupus.Ep.M14    (851)
 Lupus 2.letter to 苩helwulf 1: Lupus 2 wrote to 苩helwulf 1 to ask him for help with the task that Lupus 2 was facing, namely, covering with lead the church of the monastery of Ferri鑢es.: Lupus.Ep.M13    (851)
 苩helwulf 1.sending Anonymi 1190 to Louis 1: 苩helwulf 1 sent envoys [Anonymi 1190] to ask Louis 1 to grant him permission to travel through Francia on his way to Rome on pilgrimage. He also warned Louis 1 to devote even more careful attention and concern to the salvation of the souls of those subject to him. For the minds of the English had been quite terrified by a the vision of a certain pious priest [Anonymous 403].: Annals.StBertin  839
Residence (1)
 苩helwulf 1.residency in Rome for a year: 苩helwulf 1 stayed in Rome for a whole year.: Asser.VitAlfredi  11 (855 - ?)
Restoration of land/property (7)
 Ceolnoth 3.promising loyalty to Ecgberht 10 and his heirs: Archbishop Ceolnoth 3 and the Canterbury, Christ Church community and their successors promise loyalty to the West Saxon kings and their heirs. In return Kings Ecgberht 10 and 苩helwulf 1 restore to Canterbury, Christ Church, land at Mallingum (East Malling, Kent or South Malling, Sussex), previously granted by Baldred 4, king of Kent. : S1438    (838)
 Ecgberht 10-苩helwulf 1.restoring land to Ceolnoth 3 S1438: Kings Ecgberht 10 and 苩helwulf 1 restoring to Canterbury, Christ Church, land at Mallingum (East Malling, Kent or South Malling, Sussex), previously granted by Baldred 4, king of Kent. In return Ceolnoth 3 and the Christ Church community and their successors promise loyalty to the West Saxon kings and their heirs. An additional passage concerns an agreement over the election of abbots and abbesses to the Kentish minsters.: S1438    (838)
 S1438 - agreement between Ceolnoth 3 and Ecgberht 10 & 苩helwulf 1: Record of the agreement made at Kingston, between Archbishop Ceolnoth 3 and Kings Ecgberht 10 and 苩helwulf 1 concerning the restoration to Canterbury, Christ Church 1, of land at Mallingum (East Malling, Kent or South Malling, Sussex), previously granted by Baldred 4, king of Kent. In return Ceolnoth 3 and the Christ Church community and their successors promise loyalty to the West Saxon kings and their heirs. An additional passage concerns an agreement over the election of abbots and abbesses to the Kentish minsters.: S1438    (838)
 S1438 - confirming at Wilton: Confirmation by King 苩helwulf 1 of the agreement made at Kingston, between Archbishop Ceolnoth 3 and Kings Ecgberht 10 and 苩helwulf 1 concerning the restoration to Canterbury, Christ Church 1, of land at Mallingum (East Malling, Kent or South Malling, Sussex), previously granted by Baldred 4, king of Kent. In return Ceolnoth 3 and the Christ Church community and their successors promise loyalty to the West Saxon kings and their heirs. : S1438    (838)
 S309 - 苩helwulf 1 restoring land to SS Peter & Paul, Winchester: 苩helwulf 1, king, to the church of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul; restitution of 3 hides (mansae) at Headbourne Worthy, Hants., originally granted by King Cenwealh 2: S309    (854)
 苩helwulf 1.journey to Rome: 苩helwulf 1 set out for Rome in great style and remained there for twelve months.: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) (855 - ?)
 苩helwulf 1.restoring land to Winchester, SS Peter and Paul S309: 苩helwulf 1, king, to the church of Winchester, SS Peter and Paul; restitution of 3 hides (mansae) at Headbourne Worthy, Hants., originally granted by King Cenwealh 2: S309    (854)
Submission (1)
 Anonymi 825.submission with others to Ecgberht 10 and others: The people of Kent (Anonymi 825) and others submitted to 苩helwulf 1 and others.: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29) (825)
Taxation (1)
 苩helwulf 1.granting of a tithe of his land: 苩helwulf 1 granted a tithe of his property to the Lord and decided the same should be done in his whole kingdom.: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32) (855)
Throne-sitting (1)
 苩helwulf 1.order that Judith 1 should sit on the throne with him: 苩helwulf 1 ordered that Judith 1 should sit on the throne with him.: Asser.VitAlfredi  13
Tomb-making/opening (1)
 苩helwulf 1.making shrine for St Aldhelm 3: 苩helwulf 1 made a shrine to hold the bones of St Aldhelm 3, with solid silver figures chased on the front part, while at the back he represented in raised metal work his miracles. The king also added a crystal filial to the shrine, and one may read his name on it in letters of gold.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  v.236
War (1)
 苩helwulf 1.fighting against Anonymi 849 at Carhampton: 苩helwulf 1 started war against the Danes (Anonymi 849) at Carhampton and was defeated by them.: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 31) (843)
Factoids linked indirectly to 苩helwulf 1 (112)
Office (105)
Apparitor of 苩helwulf 1 (1)
 Badanoth 3: S296   
Bishop of 苩helwulf 1 (2)
 Anonymi 1226: Helmstan.ProfEpis.R18   
 Anonymi 1226: Helmstan.ProfEpis.R18   
Colonus of 苩helwulf 1 (1)
 Wine 3: S286   
Consiliarius of 苩helwulf 1 (1)
 Ealhstan 3: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.79.3
King of 苩helwulf 1 (1)
 Cenwealh 2: S309   
Minister of 苩helwulf 1 (9)
 Cenwald 3: S368   
 Duda 2: S288   
 苩helmod 5: S293   
 Esne 12: S303   
 Hunsige 1: S304   
 Wifrith 1: S308   
 Dunn 4: S315   
 Ealdhere 2: S316   
 Ealdred 18: S317   
Moneyer of 苩helwulf 1 (83)
 苩helgeard 7: EMC Coin  1002.0549 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 苩helgeard 7: EMC Coin  1030.0288 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 苩helhere 11: EMC Coin  1001.0529 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 苩helhere 11: EMC Coin  1042.0729 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 苩helhere 11: EMC Coin  1002.0537 (N 600 (苩helwulf, Early Portrait, Rochester))
 苩helhere 11: EMC Coin  1030.0283 (N 600 (苩helwulf, Early Portrait, Rochester))
 苩helhere 11: EMC Coin  1030.0284 (N 607 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Rochester))
 苩helhere 11: EMC Coin  1020.0709 (N 600 (苩helwulf, Early Portrait, Rochester))
 苩helmund 29: EMC Coin  2001.0974 (N 612 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 苩helmund 29: EMC Coin  1050.0177 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 苩helnoth 52: EMC Coin  1002.055 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 苩helnoth 52: EMC Coin  1001.0528 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 苩helnoth 52: EMC Coin  1004.0659 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 苩helnoth 52: EMC Coin  1020.0717 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 苩helnoth 68: EMC Coin  1050.0179 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 苩helnoth 68: EMC Coin  1050.0181 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 苩helnoth 68: EMC Coin  1050.018 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 Beagmund 8: EMC Coin  1002.0539 (N 605 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Rochester))
 Beagmund 8: EMC Coin  1002.0538 (N 607 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Rochester))
 Beagmund 8: EMC Coin  1020.0704 (N 594 (苩helwulf, Portrait, Rochester))
 Beagmund 8: EMC Coin  1020.0705 (N 592 (苩helwulf, Portrait, Rochester))
 Beornnoth 14: EMC Coin  1002.0536 (N 599 (苩helwulf, Early Portrait, Rochester))
 Beornnoth 14: EMC Coin  1020.0714 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 Brid 5: EMC Coin  1002.054 (N 602 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Rochester))
 Brid 5: EMC Coin  1020.0708 (N 602 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Rochester))
 D鎔beorht 2: EMC Coin  1016.0137 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 D鎔beorht 2: EMC Coin  1050.0184 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 D鎔heah 3: EMC Coin  1004.0656 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 D鎔heah 3: EMC Coin  1004.0658 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 D鎔heah 3: EMC Coin  1006.0082 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 D鎔heah 3: EMC Coin  1004.0657 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 D鎔heah 3: EMC Coin  1020.071 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 Deora 4: EMC Coin  2004.0172 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 Deora 4: EMC Coin  1002.0545 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 Deora 4: EMC Coin  1020.0706 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 Deormod 8: EMC Coin  1993.0208 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 Dunn 11: EMC Coin  1992.77281 (N 594.5 (苩helwulf, Portrait I, Rochester, rev. cross moline))
 Dunn 11: EMC Coin  2005.0178 (苩helwulf of Wessex, Phase II (N 599-N 613))
 Dunn 11: EMC Coin  1042.0728 (N 597 (苩helwulf, Rochester (Episcopal)?))
 Dunn 11: EMC Coin  1016.0134 (N 594 (苩helwulf, Portrait, Rochester))
 Dunn 11: EMC Coin  1020.0707 (N 606 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Rochester))
 Dunn 11: EMC Coin  1020.0703 (N 594 (苩helwulf, Portrait, Rochester))
 Ealhmund 27: EMC Coin  1002.0541 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 Ealhmund 27: EMC Coin  1020.0715 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 Eanmund 9: EMC Coin  1030.0285 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 Eanmund 9: EMC Coin  1016.0135 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 Eanmund 9: EMC Coin  1020.0711 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 Herebeald 2: EMC Coin  1020.0712 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 Hunberht 1: EMC Coin  1009.0237 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 Hunberht 1: EMC Coin  1009.0236 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 Hunberht 1: EMC Coin  1002.0542 (N 616 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 Hunberht 1: EMC Coin  1030.0287 (N 616 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 Hunred 7: EMC Coin  1002.0551 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 Hunred 7: EMC Coin  1050.0182 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 Man 2: EMC Coin  2001.0016 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 Man 2: EMC Coin  1001.053 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 Man 2: EMC Coin  1002.0543 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 Man 2: EMC Coin  1030.0282 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 Man 2: EMC Coin  1016.0132 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 Man 2: EMC Coin  1020.0713 (N 610 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 Man 2: EMC Coin  1024.0376 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 Man 2: EMC Coin  1042.244 (苩helwulf of Wessex (no further details))
 Manning 4: EMC Coin  1011.0039 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 Manning 4: EMC Coin  1020.0716 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 Manning 10: EMC Coin  1016.0131 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 Osmund 27: EMC Coin  1993.0207 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 Osmund 27: EMC Coin  1994.0191 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 Osmund 27: EMC Coin  1050.0178 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 Osmund 27: EMC Coin  1036.0152 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 Osmund 27: EMC Coin  1009.0234 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 Osmund 27: EMC Coin  1009.0235 (N 612 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 Osmund 27: EMC Coin  1002.0544 (N 613 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 Osmund 27: EMC Coin  1002.0546 (N 596 (苩helwulf, Non-Portrait, Canterbury))
 Osmund 27: EMC Coin  1030.0286 (N 612 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 Osmund 27: EMC Coin  1016.0136 (N 612 (苩helwulf, Other Portrait, Canterbury))
 Osmund 27: EMC Coin  1001.0527 (苩helwulf of Wessex, Phase II (N 599-N 613))
 Tirweald 1: EMC Coin  1001.0531 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 Tirweald 1: EMC Coin  1026.1109 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 Torhtmund 3: EMC Coin  1001.0532 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 W鎟mund 13: EMC Coin  1004.066 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 W鎟mund 13: EMC Coin  1020.0718 (N 618 (苩helwulf, Inscribed Cross))
 Wealhheard 1: EMC Coin  1986.0339 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
 Wealhheard 1: EMC Coin  1001.0526 (N 614 (苩helwulf, Doribi/Cant))
Pincerna of 苩helwulf 1 (1)
 Oslac 2: Asser.VitAlfredi  2
Praefectus of 苩helwulf 1 (1)
 Ceolmund 6: S291   
Princeps of 苩helwulf 1 (3)
 Eanwulf 4: S292   
 Ealhhere 11: S299   
 Ealhhere 11: S300   
Queen of 苩helwulf 1 (1)
 Judith 1: Asser.VitAlfredi  68
Secretary of 苩helwulf 1 (1)
 Felix 5: Lupus.Ep.M13   
Occupation (4)
Army of 苩helwulf 1 (3)
 Anonymi 173: Asser.VitAlfredi  7
 Anonymi 2548: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.3 (p. 29)
 Anonymi 2484: 苩helweard.Chron  iii.4 (p. 32)
Teacher of 苩helwulf 1 (1)
 Swithhun 5: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.75.14
Status (3)
Noble of 苩helwulf 1 (1)
 Missing Person: Asser.VitAlfredi  16
Optimas of 苩helwulf 1 (1)
 Anonymi 1227: Helmstan.ProfEpis.R18   
Widow of 苩helwulf 1 (1)
 Judith 1: Annals.StBertin  858