Compiler's 35/36/37/38/39/40 great-grandmother
Confusion exists about King Vermudo´s wife, who is named only in later sources. Flórez cites the epitaph of the monastery of San Juan de Corias which records the transfer of the remains of "Ozenda" with her husband Vermudo from Ciella to Corias, suggesting that "Ozenda" was an abbreviated form of "Adosinda". Barrau-Dihigo points out that the inscription is from a later date, if not falsified. Lucas de Tuy names "Nunilo Regina Oueti" as wife of King Vermudo I and mother of his two sons "Ramiro et Garsia", when recording that she was buried with her husband. The name “Nunilo...Oueti” suggests confusion with the wife of King Fruela I, who is named in the Sebastiani Chronicon "Munia Oveti"... The 13th century work by Rodrigo de Toledo names the wife of King Vermudo as "Imilo" when referring to her burial with her husband at Oviedo. 1
Ozenda married Vermudo I “el Diácono” DE ASTURIAS, son of Fruela DE ASTURIAS and Unknown. (Vermudo I “el Diácono” DE ASTURIAS was born about 750 and died in 797.)
1 Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, Medlands: Vermudo.