Morris Wynn of Gwydir (d. 1580)
from Llewleyn the Great, Prince of Wales (1173-1240)
|Llewelyn the Great, Prince of Wales (d.
1240) had issue by his mistress, Tangwstyl
Gruffydd ap Llewelyn (d. 1244) who married Senena and had issue
Daffyd ap Gruffydd* (d. 1283), brother of Llewelyn the Last, Prince of Wales, had issue by his mistress,Tangwstyl ferch Owain Fflam
Daffyd Goch who married Angharad ferch Heilyn and Angharad ferch Tudur and had issue (it is not clear by which wife)
Gruffydd ap Daffyd Goch who married Margaret ferch Tudur and Angharad ferch Hywel y Pedolau and had issue (it is not clear by which wife)
Gruffydd Fychan of Nantconwy who married Gwladus ferch Gruffudd and had issue
Rhys Gethin of Hendre, near Betys-y-Coed, Captain in Owain Glyndwyr's army, who married Morfudd ferch Hywel and had issue
Gwerfyl ferch Rhys Gethin who married Rhys ap Hywel Fychan and had issue
Catherine ferch Rhys ap Hywel Fychan who married Ifan ap Robert ap Maredudd (1438-1469) and had issue
Maredudd ap Ifan (c. 1459-1525) who married Ales ferch Gwilym ap Gruffydd and had issue
John Wynn ap Maredudd (d. 1559) who married Ellen ferch Morys ap John and had issue
Morris Wynn of Gwydir (d. 1580) See 'The Descent of Hughes'
* Daffyd ap Gruffydd assumed the title 'Prince of Wales' on his brother's death in 1282. He was hanged, drawn and quartered in Shrewsbury in 1283.
I am grateful to Glyn Jones for the above information, which came from Bartrum's 'Welsh Genealogies'..
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