Notes: Ninth-century Mercian Mucels are something of a muddle. At least 3 men use the name between 814 and 868. The lower ranking - Mucel 5 - is easily sifted, attesting once (845×855). PASE follows @Keynes, Atlas, XVII.7-9, in assuming Mucel 2 to have been a high ranking ealdorman 814x848 who was joined by a name-sake Mucel 3 in 836 who outlived him, attesting last in 866/868. One of these two was the son of Esne (Mucel 4) who was leased land at Crowle, Worcs. in 836.