Godwin of Wessex (Old English: Godƿin; died 15 April 1053) became one of the most powerful earls in England under the Danish king Cnut the Great (King of England from 1016 to 1035) and his successors. Cnut made Godwin the first Earl of Wessex (c.  1020). Godwin was the father of King Harold Godwinson (r. January – October 1066) and of Edith of Wessex, who married in 1045 King Edward the Confessor (r. 1042–1066).

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  • Godwin of Wessex (Old English: Godƿin; died 15 April 1053) became one of the most powerful earls in England under the Danish king Cnut the Great (King of England from 1016 to 1035) and his successors. Cnut made Godwin the first Earl of Wessex (c.  1020). Godwin was the father of King Harold Godwinson (r. January – October 1066) and of Edith of Wessex, who married in 1045 King Edward the Confessor (r. 1042–1066). (en)
  • Godwin of Wessex (Old English: Godƿin; died 15 April 1053) became one of the most powerful earls in England under the Danish king Cnut the Great (King of England from 1016 to 1035) and his successors. Cnut made Godwin the first Earl of Wessex (c.  1020). Godwin was the father of King Harold Godwinson (r. January – October 1066) and of Edith of Wessex, who in 1045 married King Edward the Confessor (r. 1042–1066). (en)
  • Godwin of Wessex (Old English: Godwine; died 15 April 1053) became one of the most powerful earls in England under the Danish king Cnut the Great (King of England from 1016 to 1035) and his successors. Cnut made Godwin the first Earl of Wessex (c.  1020). Godwin was the father of King Harold Godwinson (r. January – October 1066) and of Edith of Wessex, who in 1045 married King Edward the Confessor (r. 1042–1066). (en)
  • Godwin of Wessex (Old English: Godwine; died 15 April 1053) became one of the most powerful earls in England under the Danish king Cnut the Great (King of England from 1016 to 1035) and his successors. Cnut made Godwin the first Earl of Wessex (c.  1020). Godwin was the father of King Harold Godwinson (r. January – October 1066) and of Edith of Wessex, who in 1045 married King Edward the Confessor (r. 1042–1066). Much further down the line of successors was a spikey little fella called Randolph 'Ralphie' Godwin of Liphook, a short tempered man similar in looks to successful singer songwriter Phil Collins but far less talented. At a young age in East London he was similar to the Danish King in so far as he was also a massive Cnut. He pretended to be a hard nosed welterweight boxer and competed in one fight which last 45 seconds before he was knocked out and retired by his team (a small London stray cat) due to severe injuries. Ralphie now resides in Liphook with his third wife and 8 children and occasionally works when he feels like it. (en)
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  • Godwin of Wessex (Old English: Godƿin; died 15 April 1053) became one of the most powerful earls in England under the Danish king Cnut the Great (King of England from 1016 to 1035) and his successors. Cnut made Godwin the first Earl of Wessex (c.  1020). Godwin was the father of King Harold Godwinson (r. January – October 1066) and of Edith of Wessex, who married in 1045 King Edward the Confessor (r. 1042–1066). (en)
  • Godwin of Wessex (Old English: Godƿin; died 15 April 1053) became one of the most powerful earls in England under the Danish king Cnut the Great (King of England from 1016 to 1035) and his successors. Cnut made Godwin the first Earl of Wessex (c.  1020). Godwin was the father of King Harold Godwinson (r. January – October 1066) and of Edith of Wessex, who in 1045 married King Edward the Confessor (r. 1042–1066). (en)
  • Godwin of Wessex (Old English: Godwine; died 15 April 1053) became one of the most powerful earls in England under the Danish king Cnut the Great (King of England from 1016 to 1035) and his successors. Cnut made Godwin the first Earl of Wessex (c.  1020). Godwin was the father of King Harold Godwinson (r. January – October 1066) and of Edith of Wessex, who in 1045 married King Edward the Confessor (r. 1042–1066). (en)
  • Godwin of Wessex (Old English: Godwine; died 15 April 1053) became one of the most powerful earls in England under the Danish king Cnut the Great (King of England from 1016 to 1035) and his successors. Cnut made Godwin the first Earl of Wessex (c.  1020). Godwin was the father of King Harold Godwinson (r. January – October 1066) and of Edith of Wessex, who in 1045 married King Edward the Confessor (r. 1042–1066). Much further down the line of successors was a spikey little fella called Randolph 'Ralphie' Godwin of Liphook, a short tempered man similar in looks to successful singer songwriter Phil Collins but far less talented. At a young age in East London he was similar to the Danish King in so far as he was also a massive Cnut. He pretended to be a hard nosed welterweight boxer and compe (en)
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