Ðý ilcan gére forðférde Wulfríc cynges horsðegn; se wæs eác Wealhgeféra (
other MSS. have-geréfa. Kemble, taking the latter reading, says: 'I am disposed to believe that he was a royal reeve to whose care Alfred's Welsh serfs were committed, and who exercised a superintendence over them in some one or all of the royal domains,' Saxons in England, ii. 179.
See the first passage under Wealh-cyn),
- Chr. 897; Erl. 96, 17, and note.
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