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Gauleses sobrenomes

Abrahall

Adam (AB IFOR OF GWENT)

Adam (AP HYWEL)

Adames (of Cardiganshire)

Adams (Patrickchurch, Pembrokeshire)

Adams

Adda (of Mochnant)

Aeddan (AP GWAITHFOED)

Aeddan (AP SEYSSYLLT)

Aeneas (YSGWYDDWYN)

Albanacus (Son of Brutus)

Aleth (King of Dyfed)

Almer (of Pant locyn, Denbighshire)

Alo (ab    Ithel, King of Gwent)

Ameredith (Meredith of Crediton)

Andrewe    (of Herefordshire)

Andros (or Andrews)

Angle (Pembrokeshire)

Antonius (AP SEIRIOL AP    GORWST)

Archdeacon

Ardderch (AP MOR AP TEGERIN)

Arden (Sir John, of Cheshire)

Arnold (Sir, Acquired Llanthony    Abbey)

Arod (ap Owain ab Edwin    ap Gronwy)

Aron (Sir Aron Ap Bledri)

Arthal (or Arthgal)

Arthen (AP SEISYLL)

Arthur I (ab uthr pendragon-King Arthur)

Arthur II (ab uthr pendragon-King Arthur)

Ashley (Caernarfon)

Ashpool    (of Denbighshire)

Aston (of Denbighshire)

Atkyns (of Cardigan)

Aubrey (of Breconshire)

Audley (Lords of Cemais)

Avene (lords of    Afan)

Aylwarde (of Carmarthen)

Bach (AP GWAITHFOED)

Bagnal (of Anglesey)

Baker (of Abergavenny)

Baladon    (or Ballon, lord of Abergavenny)

Bamvill    (or Bambil)

Banaster (of Flint)

Bangor (ap Dafydd Bangor)

Bangor (Diocese    of)

Barlow (of Slebech)

Barret (of Pendine, Pembrokeshire)

Barret

Barri (Manorbier Castle, Pembrokeshire)

Barry (Herefordshire)

Barton (Lords of Barton, Flint)

Barton

Basenet    (of Flint)

Basingwerk (Abbey, Flint)

Baskerville (of    Eardisley, Herefordshire)

Basset (of Glamorgan)

Bateman    (of Honeyborough, Pembrokeshire)

Bauzon (or Bawson, of Glamorgan)

Bawdrep    (of Pen-marc, Glamorgan)

Baynham    (AP EINION)

Beake (of Caernarfon)

Bedo (AP DAFYDD    AP GRUFFUDD)

Began (of Breygan, of Monmouthshire)

Beli (of Cegidfa, Montgomeryshire)

Beli Mawr (King    of Britain)

Bellot (Burton,    Denbighshire)

Bennet (Cilfeigan, Monmouthshire)

Benwyll    (or Benweill)

Beven (or Bevan)

Billing    (of Flint)

Billington (of Flint)

Bingley    (of Flint)

Birkhead (Bishop of St Asaph)

Birkinshaw (of Llansannan, Denbighshire)

Birt (of Llwyndyrys, Cardiganshire)

Bithel

Blaidd (AB ELFARCH)

Blaidd (Y Blaidd Rhudd o’r Gest)

Blayney    (Elystan Glodrydd)

Bleddyn    (AP BLEDRUS)

Bleddyn    (AP CYNFYN -Prince of Powys)

Bleddyn    (AP MAENYRCH)

Bledri (AP CYDIFOR)

Blegywryd (AP DINAWAL)

Blethin    (of Shirenewton, Monmouthshire)

Blewett    (Lords of Raglan)

Bodenham (of Rotherwas,    Hereforshire)

Bodfel (of Caernarfonshire)

Bois (of Breconshire)

Bold (Bowld of Conwy, North Wales)

Bonvile    (of Glamorgan)

Boulton    (of Pembrokeshire)

Bowdler    (of Brompton, Montgomeryshire)

Bowen (of Llwchmeilir, Pembrokeshire)

Bowen (of Pentre Ifan, Pembrokeshire)

Bowles (of Penhow, Montgomershire)

Boxe (or Coxe, South Wales)

Boyle (Herefordshire, m. Hywel Gwyn)

Bradshaw (of St. Dogmaels, Pembrokeshire)

Braint (HIR, of    Denbighshire)

Bran (AP DINAWAL)

Braose (or Brewis, Lords of Brecon)

Brent (of Pembrokeshire)

Brereley or Brierley

Brereton (of Borras, Denbighshire)

Brickdale (of Conwy, North Wales)

Brochwel (AP MOELYN)

Brochwel (YSGITHROG)

Broughton (of Broughton, Bishops Castle)

Brutus (AP JULIUS AB ASCANIUS)

Bruyne (of Cardiganshire)

Bryan (Lord of Laugharne, Carmanthenshire)

Bulkeley (of Anglesey)

Bull (of Oswestry)

Burgh (Lord of Mawddwy)

Burghill (Lord of Crickhowell)

Butler (or le Boteler, of Glamorgan)

Butter (of Flint)

Button (of Worlton, Glamorgan)

Byrbeck    (Vicar of Lamphey, Pembrokeshire)

Cadell (King of    Powys)

Cadrod (CALCHFYNYDD)

Cadrod (HARDD)

Cadwaladr (FENDIGAID, King of Gwynedd)

Cadwallon (AP MADOG)

Cadwgon    (AB ELYSTAN GLODRYDD)

Cadwgon    (AP BLEDDYN AP CYNFYN)

Camber (AP BRUTUS)

Camville (Lords    of Llansteffan)

Caneston (of Pembrokeshire)

Canon (of Haverfordwest)

Cantelupe (Lord    of Abergavenny)

Cantington (of Trewilym, Pembrokeshire)

Caprach    (Lord of Trecaprach, Gwent)

Caradog    (FREICHFRAS -Earl of Hereford)

Cardiff    (Sir Walter, Glamorgan)

Cardwed    (of Twrcelyn, Bangor)

Carew (of Pembrokeshire)

Carmarthen (Priory of St John the Evangelist)

Carne (of Nash and Ewenni, Glamorgan)

Castle (Pembrokeshire)

Castlemartin (alias Grace, Pembrokeshire)

Caswallon

Catchmay (of Monmouthshire)

Catharne (of Prendergast)

Cecil (of Skenfrith, Monmouthshire)

Celynin    (AP RHIRID )

Cenau (AP COEL GODEBOG)

Ceredig    (Lord of Ceredigion)

Chaloner (of Denbighshire)

Chambers (of Denbighshire)

Chantrel (of Rhuddlan, Flint)

Chepstowe (Monmouthshire)

Cherleton (or Charlton-Lords of    Powys)

Cilmin (TROED-DDU)

Clare (Lords of    Glamorgan)

Clarke (of Flint)

Clement    (of Cardiganshire)

Clifford (of Herefordshire)

Cloddien (AP GWYBEDYDD)

Clough (of Denbighshire)

Coedmor    (Baron of, Cardiganshire)

Coel (or Coilus, self declared King of Britain)

Coetmor    (of Llanllechid, Caernarfonshire)

Coety (Lords of    Coety, Glamorganshire)

Cogan (of Cogan, Glamorgan)

Coll (of Pembrokeshire)

Constantius (or    Constantine)

Conwy (of Bodrhyddan, Flint)

Cooke (Sir Walter, through marriage)

Corbet (of Cawrse, Montgomeryshire)

Corbet (Shropshire, Medieval Welsh Rolls)

Corineous (Duke    of Cornwall, Companion of Brutus)

Cornewall (Barons of Burford)

Cowryd (AP CADFAN)

Cox (of    Norton,    Monmouthshire)

Coys (of Great Llanmelin, Monmouthshire)

Cradock    (of Newton, Pembrokeshire)

Cradock    (of Swansea)

Crevequer (or Crevecoeur, Flint)

Crew (of Holt, Denbighshire)

Cuhelyn    (FARDD -of Cemais, Pembrokeshire)

Cuhelyn    (OF MOCHNANT, Denbighshire)

Cunedda    (WLEDIG)

Cuny (of Welston, Pembrokeshire)

Cwrtais    (Courteys, Curthoyse, Curtis)

Cydifor    (AP DINAWAL)

Cydifor    (AP SELYE -King    of Dyfed)

Cydifor    (FAWR)

Cyffin (or Kyffin, of Oswestry)

Cylynin    (of Powys)

Cynan (AB ELFYW    -Father    of Marchudd)

Cynan (AB IAGO)

Cynchwr    (lord, of Ireland)

Cynfelyn (AP DOLFFIN)

Cynfin (AP GWERYSTAN)

Cynwrig    (FYCHAN    -or CWNWS DDU)

Cynwrig    (SAIS)

Dafydd (AP CARADOG)

Dafydd (AP LLYWELYN -Lord of Denbighshire)

Dalden (of Penarth, Glamorgan)

Dalton (Sir Richard of Althorp,    through    marriage)

Danford    (Monmouthshire)

Davenport (Cheshire and    of Denbighshire)

Davies (of Caerhun, Caernarfonshire)

Davies (of Chester)

Davies (Robert of Gwysanau, Flint)

Dawkin (of Abergavenny,    Monmouthshire)

Dawkins    (of Laugharne, Carmarthenshire)

Daylwyn    (or Bushe)

Dean (of Marcross, Glamorgan)

Deheubarth (South Wales, Princes of)

Delabere (of Kinnersley    and Tibberton, Herefordshire)

Delahay    (of Breconshire)

Delamare (of Oxwich, Gower)

Deneband (or DENEBAUD, of Gwent)

Dennis (or DENNYS, DENEYS, Glamorgan)

Devereux (of Weobley, Herefordshire)

Dewi Sant (Saint David)

Dinawal    (Descended from    Tydwal Gloff)

Dolben (of Segrwyd, Denbighshire)

Don (or    Donne-of Utkington, Cheshire)

Dryhurst (of Denbighshire)

Dun (or    DONNE, Sir Daniel)

Durant (of Redwick, Monmouthshire)

Dutton (of Dutton of Cheshire)

Dwnn (DON of Croesallgwn, Carmarthenshire)

Dyer (of Haverfordwest,    Carmarthenshire)

Dyer (of Pembrokeshire)

Dyfnwal    (MOELMUD)

Dyfrig (Dubricius, Saint)

Edmond (AP MERYTH)

Ednyfed    (FYCHAN)

Ednywain (AP BRADWEN)

Ednywain (BENDEW)

Edward (AP JOHN    WYNN AB    IEUAN)

Edward (AP RHYS)

Edwards    (of Chirk, Denbighshire)

Edwin (AP GRONWY -King of Tegeingl)

Eidio (WYLLT -Lord of Llywel, Breconshire)

Einion (AP CARADOG)

Einion (AP CELYNIN -of Llwydiarth)

Einion (SAIS -AP RHYS AP HYWEL)

Einudd (GWERNGWY -of Dyffryn Clwyd)

Elbeth (William, Lord of, or d'Elboeuf)

Elfinn (AP GWYDDNO)

Elian (GEIMIAD,    Saint)

Elidir (DDU -Sir, knight of the    Sepulchre)

Eliot (of Erwer, Pembrokeshire)

Ellis (of Alrhe, Flint)

Ellys (of Denbighshire)

Elystan    (GLODRYDD)

Enlli (of Lleyn)

Ernulph    (of Brynbuga, Monmouthshire)

Eure (Commander    of Slebech, Pembrokeshire)

Evans (of Chester)

Evans (of Is-coed, Flint)

Evans (of Montgomeryshire)

Exmewe (of Ruthin, Denbighshire)

Eynon (of Norchard, Pembrokeshire)

Eyton (of Denbighshire)

Farrier    (of Carmarthenshire)

Ferrar (Bishop of St David’s)

Fisher (of Carmarthenshire)

Fitzalan (alias    Viell)

Fitzhamon (conquered Glamorgan)

Fitzharry (of Wales)

Fitzhenry (of Pembrokeshire)

Fitzjohn

Fitzpain (of Llanfair, Monmouthshire)

Fitzwarin (Lords of Whittington)

Fleming    (of Flimston, Glamorgan)

Fletcher (of Denbighshire)

Fletcher (of Treborth, Caernarfonshire)

Flint (lord of)

Fludd (Thomas, of Kent,    family of Welsh    origin)

Forden (of Forden, Montgomeryshire)

Fort (of Llansteffan, Carmarthenshire)

Foulkes    (of Ereifiad, Denbighshire)

Fowler (Daughter m. Vaughan of Pant-glas)

Foxall (of Foxall, Denbighshire)

Foxley (Hugh, m. Margaret Pigot)

Foxwith    (of Caernarfonshire)

Franklin (of Gower)

Frankton (Daughter m. Madog Kynaston)

Fulbach    (or Filbech of Marloes,    of Pembrokeshire)

Gamage (lords of Llanfihangel, Monmouthshire)

Garnons    (of Garnons, Herefordshire)

Genillin (FARCHOG, Caernarfonshire)

George (OWEN HARRY, Pembrokeshire)

Gerard (of Cheshire, Daughter m. Wynn of Gwydir)

Gervis (of Ruthin, Denbighshire)

Gethin (a soldier in Normandy in 1430’s)

Gibbon (of Glamorgan)

Giles (Glamorgan-formerly Juel or Joel)

Gilman (Claims descent from Cilmin Troed-ddu)

Gleg (of Cheshire)

Gloucester (mother was heiress to Fitzhamon)

Glynne (of Glynllifon, Caernarfonshire)

Goch (or Gough-of Wodberye, Devonshire)

Gold (of Oswestry, Shropshire)

Gollwyn    (AB EDNYWAIN, Lord of Bryn)

Goodenough (or Gwdinwch, of Caernarfonshire)

Goodman    (of Ruthin, Denbighshire)

Gough (of Chester c.1481)

Grace (of Glamorgan)

Grafton    (of Carew, Pembrokeshire)

Grant (of Llwyn-y-grant, Glamorgan)

Granville (Richard de, Founder of Neath    Abbey)

Gravenor (or Gosvenor)

Gray (of Abergavenny)

Grey (of Ruthin-lords of Dyffryn Clwyd)

Grey (or Gray- lords of    Powys)

Griffin    (of Penrith-anglicized form of Gruffudd)

Griffin    (Prince    of North Wales)

Griffith (of Penrhyn, descended    from Gwilym )

Grimsditch (of Rhuddlan, Flint)

Gronwy (ab Einion, ap Llywarch)

Gronwy (Fychan,    of Anglesey)

Gronwy (GOCH-of    Llangathen, Carmarthenshire)

Gruffudd (AP MADOG-of Nannau, Merionethshire)

Gruffudd (FYCHAN Sir, of Powys,    of Boniarth)

Guillim    (of Westbury, Gloucester)

Gunter (of Tregunter and Gilston, Breconshire)

Guttyns    (from Einion ap    Gollwyn)

Gwair (AP DWG AP LLYWARCH HENJ)

Gwaithfoed (of Ceredigion or Fawr)

Gwaithfoed (of Powys)

Gwallter (or Walter, AP    JOHN)

Gwarin (DDU, Monmouthshire)

Gwehelor (lord of Llantrisaint,    Monmouthshire)

Gweirydd (AP RHYS GOCH,    Anglesey)

Gwenwynwyn (AB OWAIN CYFEILIOG)

Gwilym (AP DAFYDD-of Senghenydd, Glamorgan)

Gwion (BENARW, Ap Gwion    Sais, ap Heilin)

Gwrgant    (FARFDRWCHF, Monmouthshire)

Gwrtheyrn (GWRTHENEU, King of the Britons)

Gwrwared (AP GWILYM)

Gwyn (AP GWAITHFOED, of    Castell-gwyn)

Gwyn (Sir John,    of Trewyn)

Gwynn (of Glamorganshire)

Hagar (Sir David, lord of the Hygar)

Hall (of Pembrokeshire)

Hampton    (mayor of Beaumaris, Anglesey)

Hanbury    (of Pontypool, Monmouthshire)

Hanmer (of Hanmer, Flint)

Harold (of Haroldston, Pembrokeshire)

Harry (AP THOMAS)

Hartford (Sir Walter, of Pembrokeshire)

Havard (of Pontwilym, Breconshire)

Haverfordwest (priory of)

Haya (lord Robert of Hay, Monmouth)

Heaton (of Lleweni Green, Denbighshire)

Hector (GADARN,    The Strong)

Heleighe (Helegh, Heley    of Flint)

Henbury    (of Denbighshire)

Hender (Desc. from Dafydd ap Dafydd ap Madog)

Henry (AP GWILYM AP THOMAS)

Herbert    (1st Earl of Pembrokeshire)

Hergest    (Hargest, lord of Coston, Hereford)

Herle (of Pembrokeshire)

Heynes (of Stretton, Shropshire, ap John Heynes)

Higgon (John Hygon of Carmarthenshire)

Hilton (of Denbighshire)

Hoby (of Radnor, Powys)

Hockleton (of Tre’rgarreg, Church Stoke)

Holland    (of Conwy, Caernarfonshire)

Hood (of Cemais, Pembrokeshire))

Hooks (of Conwy, Caernarfonshire)

Hoord (Daughter    m. Gruffudd Kynaston)

Hooton (lord of    Hooton,    Cheshire)

Hope (of Broughton, Flint)

Hopkin (DAVID- of Dan-y-graig, Swansea)

Horton (of Tre-gwynt, Granston,    Pembrokeshire)

Hoskins    (of Monmouthshire)

Hoton (or Houghton-of Pembrokeshire)

Howell (of Llys-y-fran,    Pembrokeshire)

Hubbertson (of Pembrokeshire)

Hughes (Desc. from Hughes of Caernarfon)

Hughes (Huys-of    Llewerllyd, Diserth, Flint)

Hughes (of Breconshire)

Hughes (of Gwerclas, Merionethshire)

Humphrey (AP JOHN AB IEUAN, Montgomeryshire)

Huntley    (of Hadnock, Monmouthshire)

Huw (AP    LLYWELYN AP MAREDUDD)

Huw (or    Hughes,    AB ELIS    AP HARRY)

Hywel (AP DAFYDD AP THOMAS)

Hywel (AP GRUFFUDD GOCH)

Hywel (DDA, or Howell, King of Wales)

Iarddur    (AP CYNDDELW)

Iddon (AP RHYS SAIS)

Idnerth    (GOCH, Ap Cadwagn )

Idwal (IWRCH, Son of Cadwaladr Fendigaid)

Iestyn (FARCHOG, ruler of Glamorgan)

Ieuan (AP DAFYDD AP MADOG)

Ieuan (AP GRUFFUDD)

Ifor (HAEL, “the generous”)

Iorwerth (AP DAFYDD)

Iorwerth (SAIS)

Ireland    (of Oswestry, Shropshire)

Ithel (ANWYL, Ap Bleddyn )

James (AP RHYS AP MAREDUDD)

Jeffreys (of Abercynrig, Breconshire)

Jenkes (of Wolverton, Shropshire)

Jenkin (AP DAFYDD or JENKIN FYCHAN)

Jenkin (AP RHYS    AP GRUFFUDD)

John (AP GWILYM    AP RHYS)

John (AP HARRY AP LLYWELYN)

John (AP JENKIN    AP MADOG)

Johns (Sir Hugh, of Swansea)

Jonas (AP GRONWY)

Jones (of Abermarlais, Carmarthenshire)

Jones (of Beaumaris, Anglesey)

Jones (of Castell-march, Llanengan)

Joyce (lords of    Prendergast, Pembrokeshire)

Kemeys (of Montgomeryshire)

Kenrick    (of Acton Burnell and Owre, Shropshire)

Kerrey (of Worthern, Shropshire)

Knowles    (of Denbighshire)

Knowsley (English of Flint)

Knyll (of Knyll, Herefordshire)

Kydwelly (Sir Morgan-Chancellor    of Glamorgan)

Kynaston (Descended from Iorwerth Goch)

Landon (lords of Llanddewi, Monmouthshire)

Landres    (or Landry of Llanddowror, Carmanthenshire)

Langford (of Allington,    Gresford, Denbighshire)

Langley

Langston (of Langiston,    Monmouthshire)

Langton    (Sir William-of    Henllys, Gower)

Lathom (of Lleweni Green, Denbighshire)

Laugharne (of St. Brides, Pembrokeshire)

Laurens    (AP WILLIAM AP DAFYDD)

Leighton (of Leighton, Shropshire)

Lewis (of Abergavenny, Monmouthshire)

Lewis (of Y Fan    or Van,    Caerphilly, Glamorgan)

Lewys (AP RHYS AP HYWEL    AP GRUFFUDD)

Lewys (of Bodedern, Llifon, Anglesey)

Lingen (of Lingen, Herefordshire)

Llandaff (Diocese of, Cardiff)

Llandochau (or Wallis, Walsh, Welsh, lords of Llandough)

Llanegwystl (VALLEY CRUCIS ABBEY)

Lloyd (of Abergavenny, Monmouthshire)

Lloyd (of Bodiris, Denbighshire)

Lloyd (of Breconshire)

Lloyd (of Foxhal, Henllan, Denbighshire)

Lloyd (of Llansteffan, Carmarthenshire)

Llwn Hen (ancestor of Gwynfardd)

Llywarch (AP BRAN-of Menai, Anglesey)

Llywelyn (AB ALETH, King of Dyfed)

Llywelyn (AB EINION AP CELYNIN)

Llywelyn (AP MAREDUDD)

Llywelyn (DYFARCH)

Llywelyn (EURDORCHOG, born c.1030)

Long (of Pembrokeshire)

Longford (of Pembrokeshire)

Lord (or Lort, of St Patrick, Pembrokeshire)

Lowther    (Quartering of Powell of Hosely)

Lucas (of Hill,    Gower)

Ludlow (of Shropshire)

Macsen (WLEDIG,    Roman Emperor Maximus)

Madog (AP LLYWELYN AP GRIFFRI-or Madock)

Madog (AP MAREDUDD, Prince of Powys)

Madog (AP RHYS)

Madog (FYCHAN)

Maelgwn    (GWYNEDD, King of Gwynedd)

Maelog (CRWM-of    Arllechwedd, Caernarfonshire)

Maenyrch (lord of Brecon)

Mainwaring (branches in    North Wales)

Malephant (of Upton, Pembrokeshire)

Malpas (Sir David, Descended from Owain)

Manaw (Brenin-King of Man)

Mansel (of Oxwich and Penrice, Gower)

March (AP MEIRCHION)

Marchudd (AP CYNAN)

Maredudd (or Meredith, AP BLEDDYN AP CYNFYN)

Maredudd (or Meredith, AP MORGAN)

Marsh (of Flint)

Marshal    (Earls of Pembrokeshire)

Martell    (lords of Llanfaches, Montgomeryshire)

Martin (lords of Cemais, Pembrokeshire)

Martin (of Pembrokeshire, lord of Treglemes)

Mathau (AB IEUAN AP GRUFFUDD GETHIN)

Mathau (or Mathew, GOCH)

Mathew (of Llandaff, Glamorganshire)

Mathew (of Lleweni Green, Denbighshire)

Mathews    (of Blodwel, Llanyblodwel, Shropshire)

Mawddwy    (lords of)

Meirion    (MEIRIONNYDD)

Melyn (Mellyn Magnus)

Merbury    (or Marbery, Justiciar of South    Wales)

Mercer (of Temby, Pembrokeshire)

Meredith (of Stansty, Denbighshire)

Merfyn (FRYCH, King of Gwynedd )

Merrick    (Rhys ap Meurig, of Glamorgan)

Meurig (King of    Dyfed)

Meurig (King of    Gwent)

Meyrick    (of Bodorgan, Anglesey)

Middleton (Daughter m. Rhirid ap Dafydd)

Middleton (Marmaduke-Bishop of St. David’s)

Milborne (of Herefordshire)

Milo (FITZWALTER-Earl of Hereford)

Moel (of Anglesey)

Monington (of Brinsop, Herefordshire)

Monmouth (Lord Monmouth)

Monmouth (lords    of)

Montfort (Daughter m. Llywelyn ap Gruffudd)

Montgomery (Sir    John, of Walys)

Moore (lords of    Crick, Monmouthshire)

Morda (FRYCH, lord of Cil-y-cwm)

Morgan (AP LLYWELYN, of    Tredegar, Monmouthsire)

Morgan (Arxton,    Hereford, formerly of Llanddewi)

Morgan (of Langstone, and Pen-coed, Llanmartin)

Morgan (Sir, AP    MAREDUDD)

Moris (of Caswilia, Brawdy, Pembrokeshire)

Morris (of Cardiganshire)

Mortimer (Baron    of Coedmor, Cardiganshire)

Morys (AP DAFYDD AB IEUAN)

Moyle (or Mule of Ruthin, Denbighshire)

Myddleton (of Gwenynog,    Denbighshire)

Mytton (lords of Mawddwy)

Nash (of Nash, Pembrokeshire)

Nefydd (HARDD, Caernarfonshire)

Newmarch (Conqueror of Brycheiniog 11th    century)

Newport    (Quartered by Lloyd of Foxall)

Newport    (Sir Richard, Shropshire, Knighted 1560)

Newton (alias Cradock)

Norbury    (of Flint-Branch of Bulkeley)

Norris (Sir John, of Pen-llin, Glamorgan)

Odwyn (AP TEITHWALCH, Lord of Ceredigion)

Olaf (son of Sihtric)

Owain (AP EDWIN, or Owen)

Owain (AP GRUFFUDD, or Owen)

Owain (CYFEILIOG, Prince of Powys)

Owain (GLYNDWR,    Prince of Wales)

Owain (GWYNEDD)

Owen (of Caer-Fryn, Anglesey)

Owen (of Caernarfonshire)

Padarn (PEISRUDD)

Pain (AP RANDOLFF)

Palgus (Constable of Harlech, sheriff of Merionethshire)

Parker (of Llanllywed, Monmouthshire)

Parry (of Basinwerk, Flint)

Parry (of Llandygwydd, Cardiganshire)

Parry (of Poston, Herefordshire)

Payne (of Denbighshire)

Peacock    (or Paucok, Pecok, Carmarthen)

Peake (or Pec, Denbighshire)

Pedwardine (of Herefordshire)

Pembridge (of Penbrugge, Herefordshire)

Penarth    (of Cardiff)

Penmarch (of Penmark Castle, South Glamorgan)

Pennant    (of Penrhyn-Castle, Caernarvonshire)

Penrees    (or Penrice, of    Penrice, Gower)

Penwyn (Iorwerth ap Cynwrig ab Iorwerth)

Perkins    (of Pilston, Monmouthshire)

Perrot (of Haroldston, Pembrokeshire)

Peverell (of Pembrokeshire)

Philip (AB IFOR)

Philip (AP MADOG AB IEUAN)

Philip (Sir, AP    RHYS, Breconshire)

Philipps (of Picton, Carmenthenshire)

Philpot    (AP RHYS)

Picard (or PICHARD-lords of Ystrad, Breconshire)

Picot (or Pigot, lord of Klynn,    Pembrokeshire)

Picton (of Pembrokeshire)

Pontefract (of Denbighshire)

Poole (of Hawarden, Flint)

Popkin (of Fforest. Swansea)

Porter (of Aberconwy)

Powel (of Llandow, Glamorganshire)

Powell (of Breconshire)

Powell (of Perth-hir, Monmouthshire)

Powell (of Rhiwabon, Denbighshire)

Powell (or POUUEL-Sir Hywel, ap    Hywel)

Powys (FADOG, Princes of Northern Powys)

Powys (WENWYNWYN-Princes of Southern Powys)

Pratt (of Parc-y-pratt,    St Dogmaels, Pembrokeshire)

Price (of Aberbechan, Llanllwchaearn, Montgomeryshire)

Price (Sir John, of Brecon)

Prichard (Parson of Denbighshire)

Probert    (of Pant-glas, Tryleg, Monmouthshire)

Pugh (of Mathafarn, Llanwrin, Montgomeryshire)

Puleston (of Emral, Worthenbury, Denbighshire)

Pye (of    Herefordshire)

Quarrel    (of Kilpeck, Herefordshire)

Raglan (of Carn-lwyd, Llancarfan, Glamorgan)

Rastall    (of Tenby, Pembrokeshire)

Ravenscroft (of    Bretton, Hawarden, Flint)

Rawlins    (Bishop    of St David’s)

Rayne (of Brocastell, Glamorgan)

Read (of Carmarthenshire)

Read (of Roche,    Laugharne, Carmanthenshire)

Record (of Tenby, Pembrokeshire)

Revell (of Cilgerran, Pembrokeshire)

Reynold    (of Bishop’s Castle, Shropshire)

Reynolds (or Reignolds,    of Denbighshire)

Rheinhallt (Reginald, King of Man)

Rhidrid    (AB YNYR, AP JONAS AP GRONWY)

Rhidrid    (FLAIDD-of Penllyn, Merionethshire)

Rhodri (MAWR AP    MERFYN FRYCH)

Rhos (lord of Hywel)

Rhun (AB EDNYWAIN, lord    of Tegeingl)

Rhun (AP GRONWY)

Rhydderch (LE GROS)

Rhys (AB EINION    SAIS)

Rhys (AP BELDRI    AP CYDIFOR FAWR)

Rhys (AP DAFYDD    GOCH)

Rhys (AP DAFYDD)

Rhys (AP MAREDUDD AB OWAIN)

Rhys (AP Sir GRUFFUDD)

Rhys (AP TEWDWR    MAWR)

Rhys (GOCH OF YSTRAD YW)

Richard    (AP CADWALADR)

Richard    (IARLL KLAR, Earl of Clare)

Rixton (of Conwy)

Robert (AP DAFYDD AP RHYS)

Robert (AP GRUFFUDD)

Robert (AP HYWEL, Denbighshire)

Robert (lord of    Cydewen)

Robin (AP GRUFFUDD GOCH)

Robins (or Robinson, Bishop of Bangor)

Robnet (of Caldicot, Monmouthshire)

Roche (of Pembrokeshire)

Roydon (of Is-Coed, Denbighshire)

Rudd (Bishop of    St David)

Russell    (of Brimaston, Pembrokeshire)

Ruste (of Abergwili, Carmarthenshire)

Salesbury (of Lleweni, Denbighshire)

Salter (of Oswestry, Shropshire)

Sandford (of Glamorgan)

Sankey (of Conwy)

Sarnesfield (of    Herefordshire)

Saunders (of Pendine, Carmanthenshire)

Scarfe (of Lamphey, Pembrokeshire)

Scourfield (of New Moat, Pembrokeshire)

Scriven    (of Frodesley, Shropshire)

Scudamor (m. daughter of Owain Glyndwr)

Scurlage (of Glamorgan)

Seisyll    (AP DYFNWAL)

Sergeaunt (of Monmouthshire)

Sherborne (of Pembrokeshire)

Skevington (of Cheshire)

Skull (of Breconshire)

Smith (of Denbighshire)

Snead (of Cheshire)

Solers (of Breconshire)

Spencer    (Vicar of Wiston, Pembrokeshire)

Spicer (of Caernarfonshire)

St Asaph (Llanelwy, Diocese of)

St Bride (of Pembrokeshire)

St David's (Diocese of)

St John    (of Fon-mon, Glamorgan)

St Maur    (SEYMOUR, of Penhow Castle, Monmouthshire)

St Quintin (of Tal-y-fan, Glamorgan)

Stackpole (of Pembrokeshire)

Stanley    (of Ewloe, Flint)

Stanney    ( of Oswestry, Shropshire)

Stanton    (or STAUNTON, Pembrokeshire)

Starkey    (of Cheshire)

Stedman    (of Cardiganshire)

Stephen    (or Ystiffin)

Stepney    (of Prendergast, Pembrokeshire)

Stradling (of St. Donat’s, Glamorgan)

Styward    (of Denbighshire)

Sully (of Glamorganshire)

Sutton (of Gwersyllt, Denbighshire)

Sutton (of Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire)

Syward (or Siward, lord    of Rhutin, Glamorgan)

Talley (Chancellor of St. David’s)

Tankard    (of Dudwells, Pembrokeshire)

Tegerin    (AP CARWED, of Anglesey)

Tegwared (Y BAISWEN)

Teilo (SANT, St. Teilo)

Thelwal    (of Plas-y-ward, Denbighshire)

Thicknesse (of Beaumaris, Anglesey)

Thimbleby (of Harlech, Caernarfonshire)

Thomas (AP DAFYDD AP GRUFFUDD)

Thomas (AP GRUFFUDD AP NICOLAS)

Thomas (of Caernarfonshire)

Thomas (of Monmouthshire)

Thorne (of Shelvock, Shropshire)

Tomkin (of Shocklach, Cheshire)

Tomlyn (lord of    Llanllywel, Montgomeryshire)

Trahaearn (AB EINION)

Trahaearn (AP CARADOG, King of Gwynedd)

Trahaearn (GOCH    OF LLYN)

Trevor (or TUDOR TREFOR)

Tristram (OR TRYSTAN)

Troutbeck (Daughter m. Sir William Griffith)

Tuberville (of Coetry, Glamorgan)

Tucker (of Sealyham, Pembrokeshire)

Tudor (from Owain Tudor)

Tudur (AB EDNYFED FYCHAN)

Tudur (AP GRUFFUDD FYCHAN)

Tully (Bishop of St. David’s)

Turbridge (of Llan-rhudd, Denbighshire)

Twiston    (of Denbighshire)

Tywyn (lords of    Tywyn, Ferwig, Cardiganshire)

Umfreville (of Pen-Marc, Glamorganshire)

Urien (RHEGED)

Uthr (PENDRAGON, Father    of King    Arhtur)

Valle (de. of Pembrokeshire)

Vaughan    (of Breconshire)

Vaughan    (of Cardiganshire)

Vaughan    (of Montgomershire)

Veale (of St. Fagan’s, Glamorganshire)

Voel (of Haverfordwest,    Pembrokeshire)

Walby (of Breconshire)

Wallas (or Wallace, of Glamorgan)

Wallis (of Llan-arth, Monmouthshire)

Wallis (of Llandough, Glamorgan)

Wallis (or Welsh, of Llan-wern,    Monmouthshire)

Walters    (of Piercefield, St Arvans, Monmouthshire)

Walwyn (Hellens, Herefordshire)

Warde (de la, of Denbighshire)

Warren (of Tre-wern, Nevern, Pembrokeshire)

Waterton (of Herefordshire)

Watkin (AP JOHN    HIR, of    Breconshire)

Watkins    (of Pembrokeshire)

Weaver (or Wever, of Radnorshire)

Wharton    (Bishop    of St. Asaph)

Whitaker (of Denbighshire)

White (of Tenby, Pembrokeshire)

Whitley    (of Hawarden, Flint)

Whitney    (of Herefordshire)

Widlocke (or Whitlock, Wydlock,    Pembrokeshire)

Wilcrick (of Monmouthshire)

Wilkins    (of Glamorgan)

William    (Sir, AP THOMAS)

Williams (lordship of Usk, Monmouthshire)

Williams (of Pen-rhos, Monmouthshire)

Winstanley (of St. Dogmaels, Pembrokeshire)

Winston    (of Trewyn, Monmouthshire)

Winter (of Llan-gain, Carmenthenshire)

Wirriot    (of Pembrokeshire)

Wogan (of Pembrokeshire)

Wolf (of Wolvesnewton and Usk, Monmouthshire)

Woodall    (or Wodehall, of Flint)

Woode (de la, of Flint)

Woodford (of Castell Pigyn, Carmenthenshire)

Woods (of Tal-y-llyn, Anglesey)

Wroth (of Abergavenny, Monmouthshire)

Wylde (or Wyld,    of Denbighshire)

Wyn (Cadwaladr,    of Montgomeryshire)

Wynde (or Weind)

Wynn (Dyffryn Melai, Denbighshire)

Wynn (of Gwydir, Caernonfonshire)

Ynyr (AP CADFARCH)

Ynyr (GWENT, King of)

Young (Bishop of St. David’s)

Young (of Tredrysi, Pembrokeshire)

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