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Definition of Earldorman

Earldorman
Earldorman Earl"dor*man, n. Alderman. [Obs.]

Meaning of Earldorman from wikipedia

- Uhtred Æthelwold - Alfred's nephew and friend of Uhtred Ealdorman Odda - Earldorman of Wes**** King Edmund of East Anglia King Osbert of Northumbria In July...
- Anglo-Saxon Chronicle records for the year 6531: "The Middle Angles, under earldorman Peada, received the true faith. King Anna was killed and Botulf began...
- a charter to his thegn Æthelmund [1]. Later, between 793 and 796 [2] Earldorman Æthelmund witnessed a charter of Offa, King of Mercia. In 796 Ecgfrith...
- from the Clan Dunbar, cadets of the Scottish kings, and from Uchtred, Earldorman of Northumberland and his third wife Aelfgifu, a daughter of Ethelred...
- The abbey was believed to be founded by either Aethelweard (Aylward), Earldorman of Devon, or King Cnut. This first monastery was "small and unprosperous"...
- the Kings of Wes**** unified the country. Each Shire was governed by an Earldorman. Around 1014, English shires or counties were grouped into Earldoms, each...
- ÆthelricEarldormanEaldorman of the HwicceReign802 - ?PredecessorÆthelmund (Father) FatherÆthelmundMotherCeolburh...
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