Sigered was king of Kent, reigning jointly with Eadberht II in the eighth century.

Sigered is known just from his charters, one of which is dated 762 and witnessed by Eadberht II.[1][2]

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  1. ^ "A.D. 762. Sigered, king of Kent, to Eardwulf, bishop, to augment his monastery; grant of 1.5 iugera in the northern part of the city of Rochester. Latin with bounds". Retrieved 5 January 2023.
  2. ^ "A.D. 761 x 764 (probably 762 x 764). Sigered, king of half Kent, to Eardwulf, bishop of Rochester; grant of 20 sulungs (aratra) at Islingham, Kent, and swine-pastures in the western Weald, with confirmation by King Eanmund. Latin". Retrieved 5 January 2023.