3 edition of The Genealogy Of Iestyn The Son Of Gwrgan found in the catalog.
March 31, 2004
by Kessinger Publishing
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||392|
Iolo Morganwg is the author of Barddas ( avg rating, 18 ratings, 1 review, published ), The Barddas of Iolo Morganwg - Vol. II ( avg rating, /5(3). An exception is Robertson's Book of Firsts: Who Did What For the First Time The Genealogy of Iestyn, the Son of Gwrgan, Prince of Glamorgan [see Genealogies]; Iestyn ap Gwrgan (c) was the last king of Morgannwg in South Wales, modern-day Glamorgan & Monmouthshire;. He married Gwen, a daughter of ” Iestyn ap Gwrgan,” Prince of Glamorgan (circa ). Moreiddig his son, married ” Elen ” daughter of Rhys ap Tewdor Mawr, one of the most distinguished of the Princes of South Wales. The name suggests, in itself, rather a . Evan Robert Lewis, fourth son, born circa , died at Fron Goch, in the parish of Llanderfel in the Comot of Penllyn, Merionethshire, circa One of the early manuscript pedigrees of this family states the Evan Robert Lewis removed from Rhiwlas to Fron Goch. Rhiwlas is the estate of the Price family, who came from Ysputty-Ievan.
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The Evans Coat of Arms (often mistakenly called the Evans Family Crest) is blazoned in heraldry as follows: Quarterly, 1 st and 4 th, gyronny of right argent and vert, a lion rampant guardant or, for Evans: 2 nd and 3 rd per bend indented argent and gules two lions’ heads erased counterchanged ducally crowned or. Crest: In a charger a boar. names in the book seem familiar probably because those Welsh names and their many spellings are so unfamiliar to me. There was one name that I matched up perfectly: Iestyn ap Gwrgan, King of Glamorgan. His lineage is as follows: Macsen Wledig (Maximus "the Imperator" d. ) Anhun Dunawd (Antonius Donatus) Tathal Teithrin Tewdrig Fendigaid. Bartrum, Peter C., _Welsh Genealogies A.D.,_, "Iestyn 1", page , and "Elystan Glodrudd 1", page Cadwgon ap Elystan Glodrydd was married thre times, but the order of his wives and which of Cadwgon's children they were the mothers of is not clear from Bartrum's chart. Gwaithfoed Gwrydr was born in , at birth place, to Gwrhydyr ap Caradoc and Princess Audna Ethne Edna Kjarvalsdatter Princess of ap Caradoc (born Ireland). Gwrhydyr was born circa , in .
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Genealogy profile for Iestyn ap Gwrgan, King of Morgannwg. TITLES: Brenin of Glamorgan. LIVING: (Bartrum, Welsh Genealogiesvol. 8 p. This translation includes the Genealogy of Iestyn, the Son of Gwrgan, Prince of Glamorgan; together with a short account of the accomplishments and achievements of the several princes it includes.
It also contains the genealogies and families of the British Saints from the Long Book of Thomas Truman, of Pantlliwydd, in the parish of Llansanor, in Glamorgan, copied by Iolo Morganwg 3/5(1). The Genealogy of The Genealogy Of Iestyn The Son Of Gwrgan book the Son of Gwrgan Paperback – Septem by Anonymous (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
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Be the first to write a review. Best Selling in Nonfiction. See all. Lineage. Iestyn ap Gwrgant was the last ruler of the royal house of Morgannwg, which had a lineage stretching back over five centuries to Tewdrig (c.
The members of this royal house had links to the other royal houses of Wales through marriage, and were descendants of the celebrated Rhodri ap Gwrgant's base is believed to have been at Dinas Powys, south west of : Gwrgant ab Ithel.
Iestyn had 5 siblings: Lestyn ap Gwrgan, Nest verch ap Lludd (born Gwrgan) and 3 other siblings. Iestyn married Gwenwyn verch Gwrgant (born Cynfyn) circaat age 22 at marriage place. Gwenwyn was born inin Powys, Wales. Genealogy profile for Nest verch Iestyn Nest verch Iestyn (c - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Nest The Genealogy Of Iestyn The Son Of Gwrgan book Iestyn (c - The Genealogy Of Iestyn The Son Of Gwrgan book family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of.
I do not know the source of the Llewelyn family pedigree in theLDS Library, but it contains many obvious mistakes, for example, Morgan Mawr was the son of Owain (ab Owain) not of a Llewelyn, and Iestyn the son of Gwrgan, not of `Prince Llewelyn of Glamorganshire', is a well documented person in the history of Glamorgan.
Ancestors of Helen Marie Nix Robert 'd'Ivry' De Titmarsh, born Abt. in, Normandie, was the son of Robert d' married Aubree De Bayeux.
Aubree De Bayeux, born Abt. in, was the daughter of Hugh D'Ivrea, Bishop De Bayeux. Child of Robert De Titmarsh and Aubree De Bayeux is. The father of Gwrgan and grandfather of Iestyn ap Gwrgan ancestor of the ‘Royal Tribe’ of Morgannwg ( MP 3 in EWGT pp, ).
He is mentioned in the Book of Llandaf as the father of Gwrgan (BLD), but his father is not given. Some pedigrees show Ithel as son of Idwallon son of Morgan.
Rhŷs Ab Tewdwr, Prince of Dynevor, in the yearinvaded the territories of Iestyn ab Gwrgan of Glamorgan, and sacked the castles of Dinas-Powys, Llanilltyd, and Dindryvan, belonging to the latter; but he had no sooner withdrawn his troops, than Iestyn retaliated by ravaging Carmarthenshire and Brecknockshire, where he obtained valuable booty.
On the side of Iestyn (Ap Gwrgant) (Prince of Glamorgan) MORGAN, born about - Glamorgan, Wales, deceased - Glamorgan, Wales: with Dyddgu Verch IORWERTH, born in - Radnorshire, Wales, deceased in - Somme, Picardie, France aged 74 years old.
Gruffydd (Ap Iestyn) MORGAN ; with Denise (Verch Bleddyn) KYNASTON, born in - Montgomeryshire, Wales. Cyllin was a legendary, and possibly historical British king of the 1st century AD, early Christian saint and the last pendragon of Great existence is based on very limited evidence.
Richard Williams Morgan claimed that a reference to him as a son of Caratacus was found in the family records of Iestyn ab Gwrgant and used this as evidence of early entry of Christianity to Britain;Characters: Afaon fab Taliesin, Amaethon, Arawn.
Iestyn ap Gwrgant was the last ruler of the royal house of Morgannwg, which had a lineage stretching back over five centuries to Tewdrig (c. The members of this royal house had links to the other royal houses of Wales through marriage, and were descendants of the celebrated Rhodri ap Gwrgant's base is believed to have been at Dinas Powys, south west of Cardiff.
The Chronicle of the Princes of Wales records that "Llywelyn son of Iorwerth and Rhodri son of Owain and the two sons of Cynan son of Owain combined against David son of Owain Gwynedd and oppugned all the territory of David, except three castles" in . The primary source which confirms his date of death has not been identified.
Book 12 page K makes him the son of Gwngy ap Nes. KINSHIP: Conflict/Error> Thomas' 'Golden Grove MS' book 7 page D gives him a daughter Lleucu who was married to Elfarch, but this Elfarch was born about Family Nest ferch Iestyn, b.
Abtof, Glamorganshire, Wales, d. Yes, date unknown Children 1. Saint Eigen, Eurgen, Eurgain or Eurgan was the legendary, and possibly historical first female Christian name has doubtfully been linked to two Welsh churches and is found in manuscripts from the collection of Iolo Morganwg making historical evidence of her existence dubious and limited.
Eigen is noted as the first female saint and daughter of Caratacus in the History of Dunraven. Those who have found their noble and royal lines in Weis’ Ancestral Roots of 60 Colonists may have noticed that the Welsh lines are given short shrift. Carl Boyer’s Medieval Welsh Ancestors of Certain Americans is a unique work, resulting from years of research and three trips to Wales with work in the National Library at Aberystwyth, which develops the Welsh lines as far as they can be.
Learn more Close. A closer analysis of the Princes of Glamorgan has revealed an astonishing story of the Morgans, leading to related names for the children of Morgan-ap Caradoc, called also "Morgan-Arglwydd", grandson of Iestyn ap Gwrgan.
The "de Avans" acquired Margam Abbey and inter-married with Sir Wiliam Blount, exchanging their Welsh lands for English lands near Cleobury Mortimer in Shropshire. Robert FitzHamon was pdf about Pdf ABT in Cruelly, Calvados, Normandy, France, son of Hamon "Dapifer" FitzHamon and Hawise d'Avoye.
He was married about in Of, Normandy, France to Sibyll Sybil de Montgomery, they gave birth to 1 child. He died on Ma in Falaise, Calvados, Normandy, France. This information is part of by on Genealogy : Sibyll Sybil de Montgomery, Sibyll Sybil.' Caradog, (Caractacus,) the son of Bran, was a very puissant king; and when the Empire of Britain devolved on him, he went to Cornwall to reside; giving Siluria to his son Cyllin.' (Anonymous, The Genealogy of Iestyn, the Son of Gwrgan, undated).Hovite wrote: >Even with the Picts, the evidence is poor.
No Pictish ebook has been preserved, and the surviving king >lists identify kings by reference to their father: >Drest son of Talorgen, Talorcan son of Drostan, Talorgen >son of Onuist, Conall son of Tadg.