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This section first uploaded 26.09.09, expanded 04.01.21.
Gwaithfoed Fawr, Lord of Powys§W§ (F28)
Griffith's Pedigrees (p325) identifies this Gwaithfoed as "Prince of Ceredigion" and son of "Eunydd ap Cadifor ap Peredur Peiswyrdd ap Einion ap Eunydd ap (according to some books, Brochvael ap Iswallt ap Idris Arw ap Gwyddno Garanhir ap Gorwyniawn ap Dyfnwel Hen, King of Gwent) Pwyll ap Sandde ap Gwyddno Goron Aur (Garanhir in some books), Prince of the Cantref Gwaelod". We have yet to investigate this further.
m1/2. Nest (dau/coheir of Ynyr ddu, King of Gwent) shown on Griffith's Pedigrees as wife of Gwaithfoed [2021 review: check exactly where]
m2/1. Morfydd (dau/coheir of Ynyr ddu, King of Gwent) shown on Griffith's Pedigrees (p291) as mother of ...
1/2. Gwerstan or Gwerystan or Gwerstan
  See the continuation for notice that showing Gwerstan/Gwerystan as son of Gwaithfoed Fawr is dsputed by some. BLG1952 ('Lloyd of Blaenglyn'), which starts with Gwerystan, identifies him as "Gwerystan ap Gwaethfoed, of Cibwyr, in Gwent". In Griffith's Pedigrees he is identified as son of Gwaithfoed Fawr, Lord of Powys, on both p214 (which shows his daughter Lleuki, wife of Llowarch Gam) and p291 (which starts with Gwaithfoed Fawr, Lord of Powys)
2/1. Cynan Feiniad = Cynan of Tegaingl = Cynhillin ap Gwaithfoed of Ceredigion
  That Cynyan was son of Gwaethvoed Fawr is given by BP1934 ('Newborough''). See note under his daughter Madlan (below).
  A. Ednowain (Edenowen) Bendew of Tegaingl (a 1079)§W§ (F37)
  Unfortunately, Richard Williams (see the §W§ link at N13), does not identify Ednowain's parentage but he does confirm that Ednowain lived at Llys y Coed in Cilcain, Flintshire, and married Gwerfyl. He is described in BLG1952 ('Lloyd-Davis of Whittington'), which covers Gwerfyl's family, as "Edwyn ab Owain-bendew of Llys y Coed". It appears that he was ancestor of many families, some of which (such as the Hanmers) are reported by Williams. Some of his other descendants are shown on Tmp23. Williams suggests that Bendew means "the strong skulled".
  m. Gwerfyl (dau of Lluddoca ap Tudor Trevor, 'Earl of Hereford')
  i. Blettwrs ap Ednowain Bendew of Tegiengle probably of this generation
  a. Efa
  m. Maredud or Meredith, Prince of Powys (d 1132)
  ii. Madock ap Edenowen Bendew possibly of this generation
  iii. Perwir possibly of this generation
m. Rhys Goch
  B. Cadifor ap Cynhillin ap Gwaithfoed of Ceredigion probably of this generation
  The following comes from Griffith's Pedigrees ('Plas yn Ial', p189).
  i. Madog ap Cadifor
  a. Gruffydd ap Madog
  (1) Adda ap Gruffydd
  (A) Gruffydd ap Adda 'of Dolgoch & Ynysmaengwyn'
  (i) Nest (coheir)
  m1. Llewelyn ap Cynwrig ap Oborn Wyddel (a 1343)
  m2. Ieuan Lloyd ap Dafydd Vychan
  m3. Einion ap Gruffydd, of Chwilog
  C. Madlan Beludan = Modlan Benlydan (dau of Cynan of Tegaingl, son of Gathvoew Vawr)
  Griffith's Pedigrees (p264) identifies Modlan Benlydan as dau of Cynan Feiniad son of Gwaithfoed Fawr of Powys. BP1934 ('Newborough' identifes her as daughter of "Cyanan, a Lord of Tegaingl, son of Gwaethvoed Vawr, a noble of the kingdom of Powys, and sister of Ednowain Bednew, a Lord of Tegaingl".
  m. Collwyn ap Tangno, lord of Efionydd and Ardudwy, of Bronwin's Tower ('Collwyn')



This section first uploaded 04.01.21, last reviewed 05.01.21.
Gwaithfoed of Powys§W§ (F29)
'Griffith's Pedigrees' (p325) identifies this Gwaithfoed as son of "Gwrhydyr Hir ap Caradog ap Lies Llawdeawg ap Ednyfed ap (according to some books Gwnawg Goch, &c, see under Bleddyn ap Cynfyn) Gwinan ap Gwinawg Farfsych ap Ceidio ap Cory ap Corf Cynog Fawr ap Iorwerth hirflawdd ap Tegonwy ap Teon". [2021 review: The database has so far been searched for Gwrhydyr, Hir, Carado (to cover both Caradog & Caradoc), Gwina (to cover both Gwinan & Gwinawg), Ceidio, Tegonwy & Teon without any useful result except:
* finding the reference, at the top of Wales17, to Teon who is supposed to have lived in the 5th century.
* notice that Ceidio is a place name, possibly named after the above ancestor.]



This section first uploaded 26.09.09.
The following mini-pedigree for Angharad, 1st wife of Rodri Mawr, King of Wales, is the fullest found for her so far. It is recorded here pending further investigation.
Kynedha Wledig
1. Karedig
  A. Hwba
  i. Sittselt (Secile), King of Kaerdigion
  a. Arther
  (1) Dyrnwal (Dyfinall)
  (A) Meyric
  (i) Angharad (Ankeret) HJY
  m. Rodri Mawr, King of all Wales (d 877) HJY



This section first uploaded 03.10.09.
The following was initially shown in Corbet02 but was moved here, pending further investigation, when part of that page was reviewed.
Athelstan Owen of Rhiwsaison, Montgomeryshire (bpt 26.11.1676, d 14.08.1731)
m. Ann Corbet (b 1684, d 18.07.1760, dau/coheir of Vincent Corbet of Ynysymaengwyn)
1. Corbet Owen (dsp)
m. Margaret Pryse, heiress of Aberllefenny
2. Richard Owen (d unm c01.1761)
3. Elizabeth Owen
  m. William Powell of Nant-Eos (b 1705, d 21.12.1780, minister)
4. Ann Owen (b c1719, d 05.10.1767)
  m. Pryce Maurice, later Corbet, of Lloran Ucha and Penybont (b 1699, d 1779)
  A. Edward Maurice, later Corbet of Ynysymaengwyn (d 03.12.1820)
  m1. (1776) Hannah Chambre (d 1803, dau/heir of John Chambre of Petton, sister of Mary, wife of Sir John Hill, Bart of Hawkestone)
  i. Elinor Corbet
  m. (1786) Thomas Powell of Nanteos (b 1775, d 16.04.1797)
  m2. Jane Thomas
  ii. Jane Corbet
  B. Pryse Maurice (b c1765, d 1803, rector of Celynin, vicar of Towyn)
  m. Anne Davies (d 1774, dau of Rev. David Davies of Llanfyllin)
  i. Athelstan Maurice, later Corbet of Ynysymaengwyn, Sheriff of Merionethshire (b 24.06.1788, d 26.12.1835, 3rd son) had issue
  m. (31.05.1827) Julia Barbara Garstin (dau of Maj. General _ Garstin of Calcutta, m2. Sir Archer Denman Croft, Bart)
  ii. Henrietta Corbet
  m. Charles Decimus Williames of Berthdu
  iii.+ other issue - Edward (d unm), Pryce (d unm), Anne, Susannah, Elizabeth
  C. Henry Arthur Maurice, later Corbet of Ynysymaengwyn (b c1752, d 05.10.1782)
  m. Frances Mostyn (dau of _ Mostyn of Brynwyn)
  i. Anne Corbet (d unm 05.1831)



This section first uploaded 11.10.09, updated 30.04.12.
Commoners suggests that the following family "descended from the House of Ormonde".
James Butler, 1st of Amberley Castle, Sussex (bur 15.08.1660)
m1. (c05.1627) Judith Sonneville (widow of Raphael de Labo)
m2. ??
1. Susan Butler
  m. Nicholas Vanacker (d before 10.05.1669)
m3. Prudence Vanacker (b c1630, m2. John Machell of Inner Temple, son of Matthew of Wonersh)
2. James Butler of Amberley Castle (b 1650-1, d 11.07.1696, MP)
  m. Grace Caldecot (b c1648, bur 15.11.1734, dau/coheir of Richard Caldecot by Grace Boyes)
  A. James Butler of Warminghurst Park, Sussex (b 1679-80, d 17.05.1741)
  m. Elizabeth Caesar (b c1679, d 1727, dau of Sir Charles Caesar of Bennington, relict of Sir Richard Bennet, Bart)
  i. John Butler of Warminghurst Park (d 1765, 2nd son)
m. Katherine Morgan (d 1748, au of John Morgan of Tredegar)
  a. John Butler
  m. (11.12.1773) Sarah Pinder (dsp 22.10.1780)
  b. James Butler of Warminghurst Park (b c1736, bur 19.09.1775)
  m. Martha Dolben (bur 20.12.1776, dau of Rev. Thomas Dolben of Stoke Pogeis)
  (1) Anna Jemima Butler (b 04.02.1760, d 1812)
  m. Rev. Roger Clough (canon of St. Asaph)
  (2) Patty Butler (b 17.03.1762, d 03.07.1838)
  m. (20.03.1771) Richard Clough
  (3)+ other issue - George Dolben (bpt 18.10.1757, bur 28.10.1757), Thomas (b 27.10.1758, bur 10.08.1759)
m2. Mary Browne (b 28.03.1725, bur 12.02.1779, dau of John Browne of Steyning)
  c.+ other issue - Thomas (bpt 27.10.1758, bur 10.08.1759), Catherine (b 13.01.1750, bur 31.05.1751), Catherine (b 15.12.1756, bur 17.01.1764)
  ii.+ other issue - James (b 31.01.1706, d 10.03.1707), James (b 13.03.1708, d 04.04.1709), Grace (b 20.01.1705, d 24.03.1707)
  B. John Buter of Rowdall in Washington
  i. John Butler of Rowdall (bur 05.12.1740)
  C. Katherine Butler shown here by Commoners, confirmed by TCB (vol 4, Blount of Tittenhanger)
  m. (08.11.1695) Sir Thomas Blount, Bart of Tittenhanger
  D.+ other issue - Prudence (b 03.05.1675, bur 12.06.1676), Grace (b 26.09.1677)
3. Elizabeth Butler (b 07.01.1658)
  m. (21.10.1673) Richard Norton of Southwick
4. Catherine Butler shown here by Visitation but a generation later by Berry
  m. Edward Rooper of Eltham
5.+ other issue (a 1659) - Francis, Prudence, Sarah (b 01.1658)



This section first uploaded 22.10.09.
It is not known whether or not the following Hugh was descended from Hugh of Bodedern but we show this as a possible connection 'just in case'.
Hugh Goodman of Bodedern
m. Anne Meyrick (dau of Richard Meyrick of Bodorgan)
1. Richard Goodman (dsp)
  m. Elizabeth Rowlands
2. Gabriel Goodman of Beaumaris (bur 25.09.1716)
  m. Elizabeth Glynne (bur 12.06.1710, dau/coheir of William Glynne of Bryngwydion & Elernion)
  A. William Goodman of Cwmceilog, Parks & Criccieth (d 1732)
  m. Magdalene Roberts of Tyddyn Mawr
  i. Catherine Goodman (bpt 02.01.1689)
  m. (15.02.1735, sp) William Morris of Ymwlch (d 04.1762)
  ii. Anne Goodman (bpt 15.02.1692)
  B. Thomas Goodman
  m. "an Irish lady"
  C. Catherine Goodman
  m. (1706) William Wynne of Wern (bpt 01.1684-5, bur 07.04.1721)
3. Elizabeth Goodman
  m. Thomas Waters of Beaumaris

Main source(s):
(1/(2) For 1st & 2nd sections : cross-references from elsewhere in the database plus input as reported
(3) For 3rd section : BLG1952 (Phillips of Cilyblaidd)
(4) For 4th section (Owen) : Commoners (vol II, Corbet of Ynysmaengwyn), Griffith's Pedigrees (Ynysmaengwyn, p237)
(5) For 5th section (Butler) : Commoners (vol III, 'Family of Butler' within Clough of Plas-Clough), Visitation (Sussex, 1662, Butler (extract from Berry's Sussex Pedigrees)), CountyGen (Sussex, Berry)
(6) For 6th section (Goodman) : Griffith's Pedigrees (Elernion, p175) with a little input from Griffith's Pedigrees (Rhosbadric, p39)
[The section on Seisyllt and his descendants has been absorbed by Wales75.]
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