- Bebbanburg (Modern Bamburgh)
- Dunholm (Modern Durham)
- Eoferwic (Modern York)
- Loidis (Modern Leeds)
(More To Be Added)
|Ælla II||c.862/7-867||Northumbria||"The Last Kingdom"|
|Osbert||867-867||Northumbria||"The Last Kingdom"|
|Halfdan||c.875-877||Southern Northumbria||"The Last Kingdom" to|
"The Pale Horseman"
|Guthred||c.883-895||Southern Northumbria||"The Lords of the North"|
|Æthelwold||c.900-902||Southern Northumbria||"Death of Kings"|
|Ragnall||918-921||Southern Northumbria||"Warriors of the Storm"|
|Sigtryggr||921-927||Southern Northumbria||"Warriors of the Storm"|
|Guthfrith||927||Southern Northumbria||"Sword of Kings"|
|Æthelstan||c.933-c.934||Southern Northumbria||"War Lord" (assumed)|
|Edmund I||c.944-946||Southern Northumbria||after|
|Northern Northumbria (possibly)|
|Eadred||c.947-954||Northern Northumbria (disputed)||after|
This list shows the current residents of Northumbria:
This list shows the former residents of Northumbria:
- Based on a real location in history; Northumbria.
- Bebbanburg (meaning "Bebba's fort") is now known as Bamburgh Castle in the modern English county of Northumberland.
- Bebbanburg was once the political centre of the kingdom of Bernicia, which was originally the northern-most Anglo-Saxon realm in Britain prior to the unification with the kingdom of Deira in the early to mid-7th century. Bernicia was composed of the modern English counties of Durham, Tyne-and-Wear and Northumberland, as well as parts of the modern Scottish counties of Berwickshire and East Lothian.
- Bebbanburg was first conquered by Ida son of Eoppa, who was a warlord of either Angle or Frisian origin. He took the fortress from the native British/Welsh tribe of the Bryneich (the origin of the name "Bernicia") in 547 CE. Ida is the grandfather of Aethelfrith, the first unifier of Northumbria, and ancestor of the House of Uhtred.