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edmondsallan - Hello. This journal will go from back at- Dyfnwal ...

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edmondsallan - Hello. This journal will go from back at- Dyfnwal 1124 AD to 1411 AD just the opposite way we have been putting it down . We will be going thro ( 666 )years , we are walking not driving so we wont miss anything .

Lord Sitsyllt - ap Dyfnwal - b- 1126 AD at Monmouth. Castle -Wales - -d-1181 AD- Wales ( 55 )
m 1146 AD - ( 20 )
Anne verch Gruffydd -b- 1128 AD at ancestral home of the Arnallts ( 18 ) d- in a hunting accident

Children ( 9 ) 3 boys - 6 girls == The six ( 6 ) girls were given very wealthy dowries and married well and
lived happily ever after Of the Boys / Sons Aeddan was the oldest . and was taken in hand at an early age to learn about the family affairs he would one day inherit as the Eldest son . The other two were trouble . As they grew up they wanted to fight anything , anywhere . On a raiding party into Dorset southern England they were ambushed on the way back to their home . One was killed while trying to rescue his brother from the enemy , and the other was severely wounded and died ( 6 ) years later from those wounds.

Aeddan-ap Sitsylit Arnallt -b 1160 AD at Monmouth castle Wales -d- ( no details available )
m - 1180 AD age ( 20 )
Jane verch Llewelyn b- 1163 Ad - ( 17 ) -d- ( no details available )
Children -13 children ( I could only find records for ( 3 ) Aeddan was the third child and inherited the Tile & Deeds
Meurig apAeddan Arnallt b-1200 AD ( Abergavenny ) I think it was the home of his wife d- 1268- ( age 68
Nesta Verch Cadrawd b- 1199 Wales m- 1219 ( 20 )
Children ( 4 ) all Sons - Gwilyn the eldest .

Gwilyn ap Meurig b- 1240 Llangattock . Monmouth . Wales ( no record of his death )
Jane Ilfor b 1241 Wales ( Father was a money lender )
Children ( unproven data shows they had 4 children , the eldest being Arnallt

Arnallt ap Gwilyn -b- 1300 - Llys-Tal Y-Bont Glamorgan- Wales d- 1340 at Glamorgan ( age 40
Jennet Fleming -b- 1301- ( research found -Kirk Michael -West coast of Isle of man although not
proven her parents came from Scotland
m-1319 ( 18 ) she returned to the Isle of Man & died there in 1394 ( age 93 )
Children ( 3 ) Their second son became famous and was used by Royalty & nobles to quell Rebellions . He inherited the Leadership and Titles There is a connection between this family and another family relation back in 0150 / 0160 AD with a leader whose name was Cyngen of Dyfnwal I think this was the connection where they all came together . Remember the Switzerland Arnaults . I traced their journey from there to , down the Rhine River to an area on the north west coast of Denmark . From there they went , raided and settled in Northern Island on the East coast near Bangor I could not find official proof of them going to the Isle of
Man as no records were kept there in those days . It was all word of mouth handed down to certain chosen people . I am 99% sure this is where they met the other half of their original Tribe that went thro Switzerland .

Arnallt ap ( Fychan ) Arnallt - b- 1320- Glamorgan Wales --- d- 1362 ( 42 )
m- 1340 ( All I could find was the date of the marriage . Her name was not given and she died at the birth of their first child Fychan He was a great leader & warrior and he never married again although there are details of other affairs he had . Many of his Battles & heroic deeds are recorded in church records and always led his men from the front himself . I have read of many battles he won . Many times he was far out numbered yet managed to win . This warrior was one hella of guy .

Arnallt ap ( Fychan ) Arnallt - b-1341 Cardiff Wales ( found the date of his death but unable to prove it m-Cecily ap Meurig ( a cousin of his ) no date available . They had a large family ( 12 ) in number .( 8 ) of them died from sickness. The only proven record available was on their ( 5th ) child Called Fychan also . It is written that he did not inherit the Leadership or estates.

Arnallt ap ( Fychan ) Anallt - b- 1365 Glamorgan Wales - d- 1416 AD 7 is buried at Glamorgan . Wales
Joan ap Madoc- b- 1370 glamorgan Wales -m- 1391 ( 21 ) They had six ( 6 ) children - all documented & proven . Because of the proven information we have on this family they become another foundation stone .
After they got married they shifted to Gloucestershire England and their was spelt the __ English version of Arnallt __ and changed to Arnold
1392 John Arnold was born - Gloucestershire Eng
1394 Reynold Arnold - Wiltshire Eng
1396 William Arnold - Bristol Eng
Unable to find work in England after ( 8 ) years , they returned to their parents home in Glamorgan Wales and had ( 3 ) more children They remained as Arnolds & not Arnallts -which infuriated their parents in Wales
1400 Jenkin Arnold
1411 Rodger Arnold
1414 Thomas Arnold
From this time on in the Arnold ancestry this family of Arnolds seems to have a part in any documentation / flow chart through to modern day records one way of another . Once again it is agood foundation block to go forward or back from this point in time .
We have viewed ( on the net ) a copy of a Doctors Note Book It was found in his estate papers and was dated in the 1500s . The writings in that note book were also recorded in the medical Journals held in section of a library in Wales . It was found by an American _ Arnold while in Wales searching the libraries of Glamorgan in Wales for more on his Ancestry . He put this on Record - & gave it the name of Dr Arnold All though I think this note book is genuine I was unable to prove many of its notations . I could only prove some of it . One part in Particular part was about the ( 5th ) son of of this family just mentioned
Rodger Arnold . It said , that " Rodger " gave up the idea of becoming a soldier / warrior and became a farm labourer all his life. His wife however had an unusual human gift of being able to lay hands on very sick people and cure them of their illnesses . The doctor had written many of them down , and accepted that her work on the sick was a Godly Gift to heal . No other explanation could be found . This woman was crossing a flooded river in a boat , going to a very sick family and her and the other people with her drowned . We need to pause here & put down what we found and recorded for our Ancestral flow chart..

1411 Rodger Arnold b- Llys- Tal-Bont Glamorgan d- 1468 ( 57 ) married
1415 Joan Gamage - m- 1440 Llanthony Monmouth Wales -d- 1472 ( 57 ) by accidental drowning
Children ( 4 ) -2 boys - & 2 girls Thomas was the youngest and who we are following :

1468 - Thomas Arnold b-Flanthony , Monmouth Wales - died at his sons home in Dorset Eng 1532 ( 64
1471 Agnes Warnsted b-1471 Wales m- 1942 )
Children ( 5 ) although I found them I could not prove their D.o.b.except for the eldest son Richard

1494- Richard Arnold - b- Bagber Dorset England ( no date of death )
1500 Emmate Young - b- Dorset England
Children ( 10 ) names only no proven D.O.Bs except for two of them and luckily one was our ancestor .Richard

1520- Richard Arnold b- Bagbere Middleton Parish Somerset England d- 15th May 1593-London and
his grave is at the Parish church AT London = England
1524 Jaquita Arnold ( mrs ) b- Middlesex- Eng ( 1st marriage ) Cambridge 1544
1500 Emmate Young ( I think she is his sons wife _ not proven ) - 2nd m- ( no data available )
Children ( 13 ) - ( 3 ) sets of twins ( 9 ) Boys - ( 4 ) Girls - I have all their proven birth records / deaths etc in our personal family book . Also they are freely available on the net We will follow John Arnold of this family ( 5 th ) child and our ancestor- b- 1554 and his son John b- 1585

Note Although we didnt descend from Nicholas of this family , I wish to bring tis family to your attention , in case anybody is researching their Arnold Ancestry
1550 Nicholas Arnold - -d- 24th Jan 1622 ( 72 ) at Somerset England - m-
1553 Alice Gully Somerset - m- 1569 ( 16 ) ( no death record available )
Children ( 12 ) I have all the proven records on all of them in our personal Family Book .They are also available freely on the net . Both of these families mentioned , one with ( 13 children & the other with ( 12 ) children are where most of the modern day Arnolds have descended from if you are researching

1585 John Arnold b- Kent England d- 23rd Nov 1616 ( 31 )
1596 Jane Ladd -b- Saltwood Kent Eng -m- 12th May -1628- Godmersharn Kent Eng
Children ( 5 ) Our ancestor is John

1647 John Arnold b-Lancashire Eng
1646 Ciselie Wright -b- Note I am 95 % sure this is the start of the Arnolds in Lancashire _
England ( 4 children only one the eldest proven )

1678 John Arnold b- Altcar - Lancashire Eng
1677 Elizabeth Kenion b- Lancashire - Eng -m 25th Feb -1697 at Halsaall , Lancashire Eng
Children ( 7 ) --- ( 3 ) died early .

1721 John Arnold Altcar Lancashire Eng
1723 Ann Sherleycar m- Nov 1747 Lancashire Eng
Children ( 3 ) known only one proven Francis

1750- Francis Arnold b- Liverpool Lancashire Eng -d- 1814 Eng
1760 Jane Lathwaite b- m 16th May 1785 - St Peters , Church St- Liverpool . Eng
Children ( 6 ) only ( 4 ) proven William one of them our ancestor

1791- William Arnold b- 1st of Nov -- Liverpool -Lancashire _ Eng
1792 Ann King -b- 18th April Liverpool m- 27th May 1821 St Nicholas Church Liverpool Eng
Children ( could not prove their D.O. B . except for John our ancestor and our first Arnold ancestor to arrive in New Zealand . A direct ancestor to my wife . Their have been other Arnolds arrive in NZ - However this is the first of this Family decendency right back to BC that you may of have been following .
from the Original Journal on this family which started in BC,
Time for a break Till we meet again Regards -edmondsallan

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edmondsallan , from auckland .nz , has been a Family Tree Circles member since Aug 2010. is researching the following names: CLAYTON, EDMONDS.

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