Eadberht 9 (Male) Bishop of Selsey, c.705x?709-716x?; abbot of Selsey
l vii-l viii

Notes: Previously abbot of Selsey. See @Kelly, Selsey, lxxxviii

Factoid List

Recorded Name (10)
Adbertus (1)
 S245   
Eadberct (1)
 Bede.HE  v.18
Eadberht (3)
 S43   
 S1173   
 S22   
Eadbert (1)
 S235   
Eadbertus (1)
 S44   
Eadbriht (1)
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 16r.9.ii
Eadbyrht (1)
 S232   
Eaedd (1)
 S45   
Office (15)
Abbot (4)
 Bede.HE  v.18
 S235   
 S245   
 S1173    (abbot of Selsey)
Bishop (11)
 Bede.HE  v.18 (first bishop of the South Saxons)
 S45   
 S232   
 S43   
 S22   
 NewMinster.LiberVitae  Fol 16r.9.ii (Bishop of the South Saxons)
 Anon.EpisList1    (bishop of the South Saxons)
 Anon.EpisList2    (bishop of the South Saxons)
 Anon.EpisList3    (bishop of the South Saxons)
 Anon.EpisList5    (bishop of the South Saxons)
 WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.96.2
Event (12)
Appointment/consecration/elevation/ordination of bishop (1)
 Ęthelwalh 1.baptism: Ęthelwalh 1 had been baptised in Mercia on the persuasion of King Wulfhere 1, and had given kindly hospitality to the blessed Wilfrid 2 when in exile from the see, even honouring him with a bishopric at a place called Selsey. When [Ęthelwalh 1] was killed, Wilfrid 2 went back home, though not before building a monastery at Selsey.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.96.1-2
Baptism (1)
 Ęthelwalh 1.baptism: Ęthelwalh 1 had been baptised in Mercia on the persuasion of King Wulfhere 1, and had given kindly hospitality to the blessed Wilfrid 2 when in exile from the see, even honouring him with a bishopric at a place called Selsey. When [Ęthelwalh 1] was killed, Wilfrid 2 went back home, though not before building a monastery at Selsey.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.96.1-2
Charter-witnessing (8)
 S1173 - Bryni 1 granting land to Eadberht 9: Bruny (Bryni 1), dux of South Saxons, to Eadberht 9, abbot; grant of 4 hides (manentes) Hileigh, Sussex: S1173    (690 x 710)
 S22 - confirming at Clofesho Wihtred 1 granting privileges: Confirmation at a synod at Clofesho of grant by Wihtred 1, king of Kent, to churches and monasteries of Kent of privileges and immunity to the churches and monasteries of Kent, with specific prohibition of lay domination over St Peter's at Upmynster, Reculver, Minster-in-Thanet, Dover, Folkestone, Lyminge, Minster-in-Sheppey and Hoo: S22    (716)
 S232 - Cędwalla 1 granting land to Wilfrid 2: Cędwalla 1, king, to Wilfrid 2, bishop, in order to found a monastery at Selsey; grant of 55 hides (tributarii) at Selsey, Medmerry, Wittering, Itchenor, Birdham, Egesawde, Bessenheie, Brinfast and Sidlesham, with 6 hides (cassati) at Aldingbourne and Lidsey, 6 at Geinstidegate (? Westergate), 8 at (North) Mundham, 8 at [Amberley and] Houghton and 4 at Coldwaltham, all in Sussex: S232    (683)
 S235 - Cędwalla 1 granting land to Cedde 1 Cissa 1 and Criswa 1: Cędwalla 1, king of the (West) Saxons, to Cedde 1, Cissa 1 and Criswa 1 (? Crispa); grant, for the foundation of a minster, of 60 hides (cassati) at Farnham, Surrey, including 10 at Binton and 2 at Churt, Surrey, and land at Cusanweoh: S235    (688)
 S245 - Ine 1 exempting church from burdens: Ine 1, king, to the churches and monasteries (of West Saxons); grant of exemption from secular burdens: S245    (704)
 S43 - Nothhelm 1 granting land to Eadberht 9: Nothhelm 1, king of South Saxons, to Eadberht 9, bishop; grant of 20 hides (tributarii) at Hugabeorgum and Dene (probably East and West Dean near Chichester): S43    (705 x 717)
 S44 - Nothhelm 1 giving land to Beorhtfrith 4 and Eolla 1 selling it to Wulfhere 17: Nothhelm 1, king of South Saxons, to Beorhtfrith 4, famulus Dei; grant of four hides (tributarii) at Peppering by the river Arun (Tarente), Sussex; Eolla 1, having acquired the land from Beorhtfrith 4, sells it to Wulfhere 17: S44    (705 x 725)
 S45 - Nothhelm 1 granting land to Nothgyth 1: Nothhelm 1 (Nunna), king of Sussex, to Nothgyth 1, his sister; grant, in order to found a minster, of 33 hides (cassati) at Lidsey, Aldingbourne, Lenstedegate (? Westergate in Aldington) and (North) Mundham, Sussex: S45    (692)
Church/monastery/minster foundation/dedication/restoration (4)
 S232 - Cędwalla 1 granting land to Wilfrid 2: Cędwalla 1, king, to Wilfrid 2, bishop, in order to found a monastery at Selsey; grant of 55 hides (tributarii) at Selsey, Medmerry, Wittering, Itchenor, Birdham, Egesawde, Bessenheie, Brinfast and Sidlesham, with 6 hides (cassati) at Aldingbourne and Lidsey, 6 at Geinstidegate (? Westergate), 8 at (North) Mundham, 8 at [Amberley and] Houghton and 4 at Coldwaltham, all in Sussex: S232    (683)
 S235 - Cędwalla 1 granting land to Cedde 1 Cissa 1 and Criswa 1: Cędwalla 1, king of the (West) Saxons, to Cedde 1, Cissa 1 and Criswa 1 (? Crispa); grant, for the foundation of a minster, of 60 hides (cassati) at Farnham, Surrey, including 10 at Binton and 2 at Churt, Surrey, and land at Cusanweoh: S235    (688)
 S45 - Nothhelm 1 granting land to Nothgyth 1: Nothhelm 1 (Nunna), king of Sussex, to Nothgyth 1, his sister; grant, in order to found a minster, of 33 hides (cassati) at Lidsey, Aldingbourne, Lenstedegate (? Westergate in Aldington) and (North) Mundham, Sussex: S45    (692)
 Ęthelwalh 1.baptism: Ęthelwalh 1 had been baptised in Mercia on the persuasion of King Wulfhere 1, and had given kindly hospitality to the blessed Wilfrid 2 when in exile from the see, even honouring him with a bishopric at a place called Selsey. When [Ęthelwalh 1] was killed, Wilfrid 2 went back home, though not before building a monastery at Selsey.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.96.1-2
Exile (1)
 Ęthelwalh 1.baptism: Ęthelwalh 1 had been baptised in Mercia on the persuasion of King Wulfhere 1, and had given kindly hospitality to the blessed Wilfrid 2 when in exile from the see, even honouring him with a bishopric at a place called Selsey. When [Ęthelwalh 1] was killed, Wilfrid 2 went back home, though not before building a monastery at Selsey.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.96.1-2
Grant and Gift (5)
 Bryni 1.granting land to Eadberht 9 S1173: Bryni 1, dux of Sussex, to Eadberht 9, abbot; grant of 4 hides (manentes) Hileigh, Sussex: S1173    (700)
 Nothhelm 1.granting land to Eadberht 9 S43: Nothhelm 1, king of Sussex, to Eadberht 9, bishop; grant of 20 hides (tributarii) at Hugabeorgum and Dene (probably East and West Dean near Chichester): S43    (705 x 717)
 S232 - Cędwalla 1 granting land to Wilfrid 2: Cędwalla 1, king, to Wilfrid 2, bishop, in order to found a monastery at Selsey; grant of 55 hides (tributarii) at Selsey, Medmerry, Wittering, Itchenor, Birdham, Egesawde, Bessenheie, Brinfast and Sidlesham, with 6 hides (cassati) at Aldingbourne and Lidsey, 6 at Geinstidegate (? Westergate), 8 at (North) Mundham, 8 at [Amberley and] Houghton and 4 at Coldwaltham, all in Sussex: S232    (683)
 S235 - Cędwalla 1 granting land to Cedde 1 Cissa 1 and Criswa 1: Cędwalla 1, king of the (West) Saxons, to Cedde 1, Cissa 1 and Criswa 1 (? Crispa); grant, for the foundation of a minster, of 60 hides (cassati) at Farnham, Surrey, including 10 at Binton and 2 at Churt, Surrey, and land at Cusanweoh: S235    (688)
 S45 - Nothhelm 1 granting land to Nothgyth 1: Nothhelm 1 (Nunna), king of Sussex, to Nothgyth 1, his sister; grant, in order to found a minster, of 33 hides (cassati) at Lidsey, Aldingbourne, Lenstedegate (? Westergate in Aldington) and (North) Mundham, Sussex: S45    (692)
Hospitality (1)
 Ęthelwalh 1.baptism: Ęthelwalh 1 had been baptised in Mercia on the persuasion of King Wulfhere 1, and had given kindly hospitality to the blessed Wilfrid 2 when in exile from the see, even honouring him with a bishopric at a place called Selsey. When [Ęthelwalh 1] was killed, Wilfrid 2 went back home, though not before building a monastery at Selsey.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.96.1-2
Killing/murder (1)
 Ęthelwalh 1.baptism: Ęthelwalh 1 had been baptised in Mercia on the persuasion of King Wulfhere 1, and had given kindly hospitality to the blessed Wilfrid 2 when in exile from the see, even honouring him with a bishopric at a place called Selsey. When [Ęthelwalh 1] was killed, Wilfrid 2 went back home, though not before building a monastery at Selsey.: WilliamofMalmesbury.GestaPontificumAnglorum  ii.96.1-2