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Origin of the name WILHEARD.
Etymology of the name WILHEARD.
Meaning of the baby name WILHEARD.


WILHEARD.  Anglo-Saxon name meaning "resolute and stern, from Old English willa "determined, resolute" also "will power," and heard "hard, stern." (A Compendious Anglo-Saxon and English Dictionary, Bosworth, 1901).  Modern English Willard.

... Abbot Ceolred is also an historical person; he executed a grant of land at Sempingham in 852 to Wulfred.  This is extant in Anglo-Saxon, and is signed by Ceolred abbud, Aldberht praepositus (or prior), Alcheard, Eanred, Wilheard, Cenfert, Cyneweald, Eadwald, priests; Humberht and Ecgberht, deacons; and two others, who may have been simple monks. (The Archaeological Journal, vol.18, 1861)


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