He was one of the Danish leaders in the sheppey expedition of 855 and was perhaps present at the siege of York in 867.
I did a little at sheppey, but it's so hard for a poor man to get his hands on a machine.
Other accounts say that these nuns were removed to Minster, in sheppey.
And more, fruits and seeds are found in it, especially at the Isle of sheppey.
Ahead the northeast headland of the Isle of sheppey was bulking large and near.
In that same year, "heathen men sat over winter in sheppey."
Whitstable lies in a sandy bay, formed by a small branch of the Medway, which separates the Isle of sheppey from the mainland.
The Isle of sheppey, which is now about six miles long by four in breadth, is composed of London clay.
A farm of three hundred and forty acres in the Isle of sheppey, for instance, can be had if it be deemed desirable.
Leaves are found at Newhaven, and numerous fossil fruits at sheppey.