Princes of Ancient Wales
WALES Family Outline Descent Tree(s) (ODT)
Name formsWales, Wals, Wayles, Weales
Before the Norman Conquest of Wales was completed in 1282, Wales consisted of a number of independent principalities, the most important being Gwynedd, Powys, Deheubarth (originally Seisyllwg and Dyfed), Gwent and Morgannwg. Boundary changes and the equal division of patrimony meant that few princes ever came close to ruling the whole of Wales. WIKI
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Gruffydd ap Cynan
[1055c-1137] – Welsh ruler, King of Gwynedd
|Gruffydd ap Llywelyn [1000c-1063] – Welsh ruler, King of Gwynedd and Powys WLSE127 S29|
[880c-950] – Welsh ruler, Prince of Gwynedd
Llywelyn ap Gruffydd
[1223c-1282] – Welsh ruler, Prince of Wales
Llywelyn the Great
[1173c-1240] – Welsh ruler, Prince of Gwynedd
[1359c-1416c] – Welsh ruler, Prince of Wales and Gwynedd
[1100c-1170] – Welsh ruler, Prince of Gwynedd
[1330c-1378] – Welsh ruler, Head of the house of Cunedda
|Rhodri Mawr [820c-878] – Welsh ruler, Prince of Wales WLSE33 33GGFa|
Rhys ap Gruffydd
[1132-1197] – Welsh ruler, Prince of South Wales
Bookmarks (off-site links)
- Wales - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
origins, early history
- Onomastics (=the study of the origin and formation of proper names)
- Early Medieval Wales with pages in English and duplicate pages in Welsh
- BBC - History - The early Welsh kingdoms 400 (archive)
- The Description of Wales - FIRST PREFACE By the 13° century writer, Geraldus Cambrensis
Candidates Work List
This is my working list of candidates to include --
I'm not yet sure if they are related to me!
As candidates are eliminated (proven not related) they are marked appropriately (
an explanation included.
They are kept in the list in case future research proves they can be included.
(And to keep them from popping up on the list again!)
Never discard good research!
Proven candidates' names are marked with an asterisk (*) until they can be
added to the database.