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Ifor ap Llywelyn
(Abt 1245-Abt 1285)
Tangwystl verch Rhys
(Abt 1250-Abt 1282)
Morgan ap Maredudd
(-1332)
Crisli verch Dafydd
Llywelyn ap Ifor
(Abt 1282-1333)
Angharad verch Morgan
(Abt 1300-1334)
Philip ap Llywelyn of Sain Pyr
(Abt 1333-1382)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Unknown

Philip ap Llywelyn of Sain Pyr 1 2

  • Born: Abt 1333
  • Marriage (1): Unknown
  • Died: 1382 aged about 49

  General Notes:

...LLYWELYN AB IFOR, lord of S. Clears and Gwynfe, who married Angharad, the daughter and sole heir of Sir Morgan ap Maredydd, said to be descended from the Welsh lords of Caerleon and, in her right, acquired the estates of Tredegar and Cyfoeth Feredydd. Of this union there were three children, MORGAN of Tredegar and S. Clears, Ifor Hael, the ancestor of the branch of the family at Gwern-y-Clepa, and PHILIP, the founder of the family of Lewis of S. Pierre...

Author
Walter Thomas Morgan, (1912 - 1990), Aberystwyth

Sources
G. T. Clark, Limbus Patrum Morganiae et Glamorganiae (1886);
G. Blacker Morgan, Historical and Genealogical Memoirs of the Morgan Family as Represented in the Peerage of England by the Right Hon. the Baron Tredegar (1891) (three vols.);
Burke's Peerage, Baronetage, and Knightage;
Theophilus Jones, History of the County of Brecknock (3rd ed.);
D. R. Thomas, 'Sir John Morgan of Tredegar,' Archaeologia Cambrensis, 1884, 35-45;
C. O. S. Morgan, 'History and Descent of the Lordship Marcher or County of Wentllwch,' Archaeologia Cambrensis, 1885, 257-70;
John Roland Phillips, Memoirs of the Civil War in Wales and the Marches, 1642\endash 1649 (London 1874);
A. H. Dodd, Studies in Stuart Wales (Cardiff 1952);
Tredegar Manuscripts at the National Library of Wales deposited in N.L.W. and sources mentioned in the body of the article. 1


Philip married.


Sources


1 National Library of Wales, editor, <i>Dictionary of Welsh Biography</i>; <i>Dictionary of Welsh Biography</i>(https://biography.wales : downloaded 14 Jan 2020), MORGAN family, of Tredegar Park, Monmouth.

2 P.C. Bartrum, Aberystwyth University, <i>Prosiect Bartrum/Bartrum Project</i>(https://cadair.aber.ac.uk/dspace/handle/2160/4026 : accessed 24 Jun 2020), Cydifor Fawr 14 & 16.

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