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Æthelred is a Wulfrunian Wikipedian, joining on 10 November 2010 with an addition and edit to Pendeford. His interests are early English history on a national scale, local history, football, ale, and conservation of heritage (buildings, customs, tradition and so on). His favourite music is folk & metal.
Æthelred is proud of his working class roots. He purchases organic food whenever possible, and uses local individual stores over supermarkets when given the choice.
Æthelred enjoys updating & creating pages on the Black Country and South Staffordshire area in general. Edits include updating information on English place names and history - particularly in the Black Country, early English history, and Non-league football.
- Beacon Hill, Sedgley
- JW Hunt Cup
- William Fitz-Ansculf
- Horseley Fields
- Jon Raven
- Michael Raven (author)
- The Devil's Den
- Jon Purdie
- Travel Express
Updating Black Country places, and structuring. Additions to non-league football related articles. Adding images. Working on a cleanup drive, requesting proper sources and so forth.
And many more here
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|Thanks for your vote on Hugh Montgomery (historian) Æthelred. Great name by the way. I hope more people like yourself come forward in appreciation of his scholarly work on the Viking dynasties. Paul Bedson ❉talk❉ 19:57, 8 November 2012 (UTC)|