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The defining of wales as " WALES "

Journal by edmondsallan

I see Janilye put an excellent article on this website - from the author " Ruth Arnold " who has done many very good journals on wales
Well thats the first spark of interest in WALES by a member - great . Their are cemeteries their to .perhaps that will entice a few . I thought we would go a bit further to encourage members to have a look at this great ancestral / historical Country and trace it back a bit further or come forward to where the name Arnold changed from Arnault .I know when and where it did in our ancestral lines . Besides the celts go a long -long way back into BC and and are part of the forebearers of many nations


Between AD 650 and 750, Britain's lowland zone became firmly English. Even in southern Scotland, most of the Brythonic or Welsh kingdoms came under English or Anglian control. Yet before that happened, those kingdoms produced the first surviving body of literature in the Welsh language, in particular the Gododdin of Aneirin.

Offa's Dyke, the most remarkable monument constructed in Britain in the second half of the first Christian millennium

The English advance pressed particularly hard on Powys. The Heledd poems are a magnificent lament on that kingdom's misfortunes.

On reaching the Welsh mountains, English expansion became a spent force, a fact which Offa, King of Mercia, recognised. There is evidence that, in about 780, he ordered the building of a dyke from sea to sea. Offa's Dyke, the most remarkable monument constructed in Britain in the second half of the first Christian millennium, went a long way in defining the territory of Wales.
The urge to unity

The existence of Offa's Dyke perhaps deepened the self-awareness of the Welsh people. Within a generation of its construction, the greater part of the country's inhabitants had become the subjects of a single ruler.

Rhodri, king of Gwynedd, had by his death in 877 added Powys and Seisyllwg (essentially the later counties of Cardigan and Carmarthen) to his kingdom. The union between the North and Seisyllwg ceased with Rhodri's death. It was revived by his grandson, Hywel (died 950), who also ruled over Dyfed and Brycheiniog.

Dyfed, Seisyllwg and Brycheiniog were henceforth known as Deheubarth. The process of unity came to a climax under Hywel's great-great-grandson, Gruffudd ap Llywelyn, who by 1057 had united the whole of Wales under his authority.
The Viking challenge

Rhodri won the epithet Mawr (the Great) largely because of his victory over the Vikings in 856. The Vikings began attacking the coasts of Britain and Ireland in the 780s. Their attacks on rich and defenceless monasteries help to explain the decline in the vitality of the 'Celtic' Church.

In Wales, there is little evidence of Viking settlements, although some places, among them Anglesey, Swansea and Fishguard, were given Scandinavian names. In England, Scotland and Ireland, the Vikings established settlements and even kingdoms. They would, from the 780s until 1100, be a significant factor in the politics of all four countries.

For centuries to come, living under the Law of Hywel would be one of the definitions of the Welsh people.

The law of Wales

Like his grandfather, Hywel was given an epithet. He became Hywel Dda (the Good), probably because tradition associated him with the codification of the Law of Wales. According to latter accounts, the codification took place at Hendy-gwyn (Whitland) probably around the year 940.

The law of Wales was traditional and not king-made law and its emphasis was upon ensuring reconciliation between kin groups rather than upon the keeping of order through punishment. The lawbooks contain fascinating details about life in early medieval Wales. For centuries to come, living under the Law of Hywel would be one of the definitions of the Welsh people.
Relations with England

The Viking invasions smashed the state system of the English. Wessex survived and, in the reign of King Alfred (died AD 899), a campaign began to bring the whole of England under the rule of the Wessex dynasty.

Rhodri Mawr died in battle against the English. Hywel Dda followed a more conciliatory policy. He attended the English court and recognised the English king as overlord.

Gruffudd ap Llywelyn, conversely, was more aggressive. As part of his campaign to unite Wales, he seized extensive territories, long lost by the Welsh, to the east of Offa's Dyke. Harold, Earl of Wessex, invaded Wales in 1063 and Gruffudd was hunted down and killed. Three years later William, Duke of Normandy, seized the throne of England.

Till we meet again - Regards -edmondsallan

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by glynda on 2011-07-27 02:09:29

very interesting.

by clarkey on 2011-07-27 04:23:04

janilye's journal has nothing to do with any Arnold but is a Buckroeder ahnentafel translated for us dummies means
Name: Seisyll ap DYFNWAL
Sex: M
Birth: ABT 1126 in Monmouthshire, Wales
Death: 25 DEC 1177 in Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales
Father: Dyfnwal ap CARADOG b: ABT 1096 in Monmouthshire, Wales
Mother: Joyce de BALLADON b: ABT 1100 in Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales

Marriage 1 Gwladus verch GRUFFUDD b: ABT 1130 in Dynevor Castle, Llandilo, Carmarthenshire, Wales
Children
1. Cadwaladr ap SEISYLL b: ABT 1158 in Monmouthshire, Wales
The beginning of the Phillips family. she included Sue Arnold's Welsh history for beginners who like me find it hard to grasp.

by edmondsallan on 2011-07-27 06:39:34

they are part of the Arnold ancestral line. don't let the names fool you

by clarkey on 2011-07-27 06:51:24

in HER PARTICULAR ahnentafel the name Arnold does not appear till

Roger ARNOLD was born ABT 1426 in Llanthony, Monmouthshire, Wales. He was the son of 2. Arnholt VYCHAN and 3. Sybil. He married Joan (Jane) GAMAGE, daughter of Thomas GAMAGE , of Coity, Sir and Janet DENNIS. She was born ABT 1426 in Coity, Bridgend, Glamorganshire, Wales.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 2


2. Arnholt VYCHAN was born ABT 1400 in Llanthony, Monmouthshire, Wales.


3. Sybil was born ABT 1400 in Wales.

Child of Sybil and Arnholt VYCHAN is:

1. i. Roger ARNOLD was born ABT 1426 in Llanthony, Monmouthshire, Wales. He married Joan (Jane) GAMAGE, daughter of Thomas GAMAGE , of Coity, Sir and Janet DENNIS. She was born ABT 1426 in Coity, Bridgend, Glamorganshire, Wales.

I know this because I have studied it extensively

by edmondsallan on 2011-07-27 14:51:11

that is great you have studied wales ancestry . Are you able to tell me when the name changed from Arnalt to Arnold , who and where and if possible what ancestal line ???

by clarkey on 2011-07-27 18:11:49

No I have studied my Welsh ancestry of which I mentioned is the Phillips Line.

The Arnolds are of no interest to me.
But since you are interested in Wales decendency here's mine
1 Gwenllian GWIS b: 1109
+ Gwgon (Gwgawn) ap BLEDDYN b: ABT 1086
2 Thomas ap GWGON , Sir b: ABT 1129
3 Ellyw verch THOMAS b: ABT 1154
+ Rhys "Gryg" ap RHYS , Lord of Ystrad Tywi&Dynevor b: ABT 1150 d: 1234
4 Rhys "Mechyll" ap RHYS , Lord of Dynevor b: ABT 1170 d: 1244
+ Miss CROFT b: ABT 1174 d: BEF 1219
5 Rhys "Vychan" ap RHYS , Lord of Dynevor b: ABT 1190 d: 17 AUG 1271
+ Margaret verch GRUFFUDD b: ABT 1190
6 Rhys "Wendot" ap RHYS b: ABT 1210 d: AFT 1273
+ Gwerfyl verch MAELGWN b: ABT 1210
7 Madog "Goch" ap RHYS b: ABT 1230 d: AFT 1292
+ Tanglwyst verch GRONWY b: ABT 1230
8 Trahaearn "Goch" ap MADOG b: ABT 1250 d: BEF 1301
+ Elen verch PHILIP b: ABT 1250
9 Ieuan ap TRAHAEARN b: 1268
10 Gwenllian verch IEUAN b: 1298
+ Philpot WALBYF b: 1290
+ Gwerful verch MADOG b: ABT 1257
+ Maud (Matilda) de BRAOSE b: ABT 1200
5 Gwenthlian verch RHYS , Heiress of Dynevor b: ABT 1219
+ Gilbert II TALBOT , of Linton & Credenhill, Sir b: BEF 1222 d: BEF 8 SEP 1274
6 Richard IV TALBOT , of Eccleswall, Sir b: ABT 1250 d: BEF 3 SEP 1306
+ Sarah de BEAUCHAMP b: 1255 d: AFT JUL 1317
7 Gilbert 1st Baron TALBOT , of Eccleswall, KB, Sir b: 18 OCT 1276 d: 24 FEB 1345/46
+ Anne le BOTELER b: ABT 1278 d: 1340
8 Joanna TALBOT b: 1295
+ John de CAREW , Lord of Moulsford b: ABT 1283 d: BEF 26 JUN 1324
9 John de CAREW , Lord Deputy of Ireland b: ABT 1318 d: 22 MAY 1363
+ Eleanor (Margaret) de MOHUN b: ABT 1324
10 Margaret de CAREW b: ABT 1340 d: ABT 2 OCT 1394
+ Roger 1st Baron de BEAUCHAMP , of Bletsoe, Sir b: BEF 1301 d: 3 JAN 1379/80
10 Leonard de CAREW , Sir b: 1342 d: 4 OCT 1370
+ Elizabeth (Alice) FITZALAN b: ABT 1349 d: BEF MAR 1385/86
9 Joan de CAREW b: ABT 1320 d: AFT 12 APR 1348
+ Guy IV 1st Baron de BRIENE , of Walwyns, KG,Sir b: BEF 1319 d: 17 AUG 1390
10 Elizabeth de BRIENE b: ABT 1338 d: BEF 1393
+ Robert FITZPAYN , of Cheddon Fitzpaine b: ABT 1321 d: 21 MAY 1393
10 Margaret de BRIENE b: AFT 1340 d: ABT 1362
+ John de ERLEIGH , of Beckington, Sir b: 29 NOV 1332 d: BEF 1361
+ Hugh 3rd Baron de COURTENAY b: BEF 2 SEP 1349 d: 20 FEB 1373/74
8 Philippa TALBOT b: ABT 1300
+ Philip de CLANVOWE , of Michaelchurch, Sir b: ABT 1285 d: ABT 1347
9 Elizabeth de CLANVOWE , Heiress of Yazor b: ABT 1315
+ John POYNTZ , Lord of Iron Acton b: ABT 1310 d: 24 FEB 1375/76
10 Robert POYNTZ , Sheriff of Gloucester b: 15 JUN 1359 d: 15 JUN 1439
+ Katherine FITZNICHOL , Heiress of Hull b: ABT 1378 d: AFT 8 FEB 1440/41
8 Richard 2nd Baron TALBOT , of Goodrich, KB, Sir b: ABT 1305 d: 23 OCT 1356
+ Elizabeth COMYN b: 1 NOV 1299 d: 20 NOV 1372
9 Gilbert 3rd Baron TALBOT , of Goodrich, Sir b: ABT 1332 d: 24 APR 1387
+ Petronella (Pernel) BUTLER b: ABT 1332 d: 23 APR 1368
10 Richard 4th Baron TALBOT , 1st of Blackmere, Sir b: ABT 1361 d: BET 7 AND 9 SEP 1396
+ Ankaret Baroness le STRANGE b: 1361 d: 1 JUN 1413
+ Joan de STAFFORD b: ABT 1336 d: BEF 1397
9 Catherine TALBOT b: ABT 1339 d: 1381
+ John TALBOT , of Richard's Castle, Sir b: 1337 d: 18 FEB 1374/75
10 Elizabeth TALBOT b: 1364 d: 3 AUG 1407
+ Warin l' ARCEDEKNE , of Ruan Lanihorne, Sir b: ABT 1354 d: BEF 10 DEC 1400
10 Philippe TALBOT b: BEF JUL 1367 d: BET 2 AND 3 MAY 1417
+ John 1st Baron TIPTOFT , of Eversden, KB, Sir b: ABT 1370 d: 27 JAN 1442/43
7 Richard V TALBOT , of Richard's Castle, Sir b: 1278 d: BEF 10 OCT 1328
+ Joan MORTIMER , Heiress of Richard's Castle b: BEF 24 NOV 1291 d: BEF 12 JAN 1341/42
8 John TALBOT , of Richard's Castle, Sir b: 29 SEP 1317 d: 20 SEP 1355
+ Juliane de GREY b: ABT 1320 d: BEF 1 DEC 1361
9 John TALBOT , of Richard's Castle, Sir b: 1337 d: 18 FEB 1374/75
+ Catherine TALBOT b: ABT 1339 d: 1381
10 Elizabeth TALBOT b: 1364 d: 3 AUG 1407
+ Warin l' ARCEDEKNE , of Ruan Lanihorne, Sir b: ABT 1354 d: BEF 10 DEC 1400
10 Philippe TALBOT b: BEF JUL 1367 d: BET 2 AND 3 MAY 1417
+ John 1st Baron TIPTOFT , of Eversden, KB, Sir b: ABT 1370 d: 27 JAN 1442/43
9 Gilbert TALBOT , of Wadley, Sir b: ABT 1341 d: 6 FEB 1398/99
+ Margaret HOWARD b: ABT 1379 d: 25 MAR 1433
7 Gwenllian TALBOT b: ABT 1280
+ Payne de TURBERVILLE b: ABT 1275 d: ABT JAN 1318/19
8 Margaret de TURBERVILLE b: ABT 1302
+ Richard de STACKPOLE , Sir b: ABT 1300
9 Richard STACKPOLE , Sir b: ABT 1320
+ Isabel b: ABT 1322
10 Isabel Heiress of STACKPOLE b: ABT 1345 d: AFT 1370
+ Rhys II "Jevan" GRIFFITH , of Llansadwrn, Sir b: ABT 1342 d: 1380
8 Catherine de TURBERVILLE b: ABT 1314
+ Roger (Laurence) BERKEROLLES , of East Orchard b: ABT 1310 d: 11 NOV 1351
9 Gwenlian BERKEROLLES b: ABT 1340
+ Edward STRADLING , of St Donats, Sir b: 1340
10 William STRADLING , of St Donats, Sir b: ABT 1365 d: Deceased
+ Isabel ST. BARBE b: ABT 1370
8 Sarah de TURBERVILLE b: ABT 1314
+ Gilbert (William) de GAMAGE , of Gloucester b: ABT 1306
9 Gilbert de GAMAGE , of Rogaid, Sir b: ABT 1350
+ Lettice SEYMOUR b: ABT 1368
10 William GAMAGE , of Rogaid, Sir b: ABT 1386
+ Mary RODBOROUGH b: ABT 1386
8 Agnes de TURBERVILLE b: ABT 1318
+ John de la BERE , of Kinnersley, Sir b: ABT 1305
9 Elizabeth de la BERE b: 19 MAY 1338 d: 13 MAY 1428
+ John ST. JOHN , of Faumont, Sir b: ABT 1340 d: AUG 1373
10 John ST. JOHN , of Faumont, Sir b: BEF 1363 d: 26 DEC 1424
+ Elizabeth (Isabel) PAULET b: ABT 1376
9 Violette de la BERE b: ABT 1350 d: AFT 1374
+ John CHAUNDOS , of Snodhill & Fownhope, Sir b: BEF 1349 d: 16 DEC 1428
9 Sybil de la BERE b: ABT 1355
+ Thomas CROPHULL , of Newbold, Sir b: ABT 1355 d: BEF 9 MAY 1382
10 Agnes CROPHULL , Heiress of Kinnersley b: ABT 1372 d: 3 FEB 1435/36
+ Walter DEVEREUX , of Bodenham & Weobley, Sir b: ABT 1360 d: 25 JUN 1402
+ John PARR , of Kendal, Sir b: ABT 1383 d: BEF 1408
+ John MERBURY , Chief Justice of S. Wales, Sir b: 1378 d: 3 FEB 1437/38
7 Katherine TALBOT b: ABT 1282 d: BEF 1315
+ Roger 1st Baron CHAUNDOS , of Snodhill, Sir b: BEF 1282 d: 24 SEP 1353
4 Ellyw verch RHYS "Gryg" b: ABT 1177
+ Richard ab EINION b: ABT 1175
5 Rhys "Goch" ap RICHARD b: ABT 1200
6 Miss verch RHYS "Goch" b: ABT 1227
+ Cynhaethwy ap HERBERT b: BEF 1183
7 Adam ap CYNHAETHWY b: 1250
+ Cristin verch GWARIN b: 1265
8 Jenkin ap ADAM b: ABT 1290 d: ABT 1344
+ Lowri verch PHILIP b: ABT 1300
9 Gwilym ap JENKIN , Lord of Gwarinddu b: ABT 1320 d: ABT 1377
+ Gwenllian verch HYWEL , "Fychan" b: ABT 1335
10 Thomas ap GWILYM , of Perth-Hir, Sir b: ABT 1357 d: 4 JUL 1438
+ Unknown First WIFE b: ABT 1360 d: AFT 1375
+ Maud (Mawd) MORLEY , Heiress of Llansantffraed b: ABT 1360
10 Philip "Fychan" ap GWILYM b: ABT 1362
+ Mawd BARRY b: ABT 1376
10 Dafydd ap GWILYM b: ABT 1364
+ Gwenllian verch PHILIP b: ABT 1388
7 Llian verch CYNHAETHWY b: ABT 1266
+ Rhys "Foel" ap RHYS "Goch" b: ABT 1240
8 Gwenllian verch RHYS "Foel" b: ABT 1280
+ Hopkin FYCHAN , of Tregantlo b: ABT 1270
9 Gwladus verch HOPKIN "Fychan" b: ABT 1305
+ Hopkin ap RAYNE , of Brocostell b: ABT 1302
10 Robert RAYNE , of Brocostell b: ABT 1325
6 Rhys "Foel" ap RHYS "Goch" b: ABT 1240
+ Llian verch CYNHAETHWY b: ABT 1266
7 Gwenllian verch RHYS "Foel" b: ABT 1280
+ Hopkin FYCHAN , of Tregantlo b: ABT 1270
8 Gwladus verch HOPKIN "Fychan" b: ABT 1305
+ Hopkin ap RAYNE , of Brocostell b: ABT 1302
9 Robert RAYNE , of Brocostell b: ABT 1325
10 Alice RAYNE b: ABT 1348
+ Richard (Jenkin) FLEMING b: 1344
2 Trahaearn ap GWGON b: 1131
+ Gwenllian verch GRUFFUDD b: 1136
3 Cydifor ap TRAHAEARN b: 1160
+ Mallt verch LLEWELYN b: 1174
4 Gruffudd "Gwyr" ap CYDIFOR b: 1194
+ Catrin verch ELIDIR b: 1205
5 Catrin verch GRUFFUDD b: 1224
+ Rhys ap HYWEL b: 1200
6 Dafydd ap RHYS b: 1226
+ Gwenllian verch HYWEL b: 1235
7 Hywel ap DAFYDD b: 1259
8 Watkin ap HYWEL b: 1296
+ Elizabeth WALBYF b: 1318
9 Ieuan ap WATKIN b: 1344
+ Annes verch DAFYDD b: 1348
10 Watkin "Llwyd" ab IEUAN b: 1370
+ Annes WALLTER b: 1380
3 Hywel ap TRAHAEARN b: 1169
+ Nest verch GRUFFUDD b: 1178
4 Rhys ap HYWEL b: 1200
+ Catrin verch GRUFFUDD b: 1224
5 Dafydd ap RHYS b: 1226
+ Gwenllian verch HYWEL b: 1235
6 Hywel ap DAFYDD b: 1259
7 Watkin ap HYWEL b: 1296
+ Elizabeth WALBYF b: 1318
8 Ieuan ap WATKIN b: 1344
+ Annes verch DAFYDD b: 1348
9 Watkin "Llwyd" ab IEUAN b: 1370
+ Annes WALLTER b: 1380
10 Alice verch WATKIN b: 1402
+ Thomas ap PHILIP b: 1396
2 Mathew WOGAN , of Wiston, Sir b: ABT 1150
+ Alice verch MEIRCHION b: ABT 1175
3 Walter WOGAN , of Wiston, Sir b: ABT 1200
+ Margaret STANTON b: ABT 1205
4 John (Mathew) WOGAN , of Wiston, Sir b: ABT 1225 d: ABT 1272
+ Alice PICTON , Heiress of Picton b: ABT 1230
5 Mathew WOGAN , of Wiston & Picton, Sir b: ABT 1250 d: Deceased
+ Avice MALEFANT b: ABT 1255
6 John WOGAN , of Wiston & Picton, Sir b: ABT 1275 d: 1321
+ Agnes (Annes) WERRIOT b: ABT 1280
7 Mr WOGAN , of Wiston & Picton, Many Generations b: BET 1300 AND 1390 d: Deceased
8 Katharine (Worgan\Wagan\Gwrgan) WOGAN b: ABT 1350
+ John BLUET , of Raglan & Daglingworth, Sir b: ABT 1340 d: Deceased
9 Elizabeth BLUET , Heiress of Raglan b: ABT 1373 d: BEF 1415
+ Bartholomew PICOT , of Wilkesworth, Sir b: 1360 d: JUL 1388
+ James de BERKELEY , Lord of Raglan, Sir b: ABT 1354 d: 13 JUN 1405
10 James "The Just" 1st Baron de BERKELEY , Sir b: ABT 1394 d: NOV 1463
+ Daughter of John ST. JOHN b: ABT 1395 d: BEF 1415
+ Daughter of Sir Humphrey STAFFORD b: ABT 1405 d: BEF 1423
+ Isabel de MOWBRAY b: ABT 1396 d: 27 SEP 1452
+ Joan TALBOT b: BEF 1423 d: Deceased
+ William ap Thomas HERBERT , of Raglan, Sir b: ABT 1377 d: 1446
8 Henry WOGAN , of Wiston & Picton, Sir b: ABT 1415 d: Deceased
+ Margaret HERBERT b: ABT 1419
9 Margaret WOGAN b: ABT 1438
+ Henry DWINN , Sir b: ABT 1425 d: 1469
10 Joan DWNN , Heiress of Picton b: ABT 1468 d: AFT 1520
+ Thomas PHILLIPS , of Picton Castle, Sir b: ABT 1440 d: 1520

by lola126 on 2011-07-27 18:33:58

The Arnolds in my tree came from Count Arnold born 1146 son of Eberhard and Adelhide Van Cuijck in Westpfalz, Prussia. he wed Mathilda Holland. There was no name change.

by edmondsallan on 2011-07-27 22:53:57

I see we come from two different Arnolds ancestral lines completely How facinating Wales is

by edmondsallan on 2011-07-27 22:55:08

by clarkey on 2011-07-28 06:52:35

1Anne Verch Gruffydd Wales (Gruffydd Ap Rhys Wales39, Rhys Ap Tewdwr Mawr Wales38, Tewdwr Mawr Wales37, Cadell Ap Einion Deheubarth36, Einion Ap Owain Deheubarth35, Owain Ap Hywel Deheubarth34, Hywel Dda Ap Cadell Gwynedd33, Cadell Ap Rhodri Gwynedd32, Rhodri Fawr Ap Merfyn Gwynedd31, Merfyn Frych Ap Gwriad Gwynedd30, Gwriad Ap Elidyr Rheged29, Elidyr Ap Sandde Rheged28, Sandde Ap Alcun Rheged27, Alcun Ap Teged Rheged26, Teged Ap Gwyar Rheged25, Gwyar Ap Dwywg Rheged24, Dwywg Ap Llywarch Rheged23, Llywarch Hen Ap Elidyr Rheged22, Elidyr Llydanwyn Ap Meirchion Rheged21, Mierchion Gul Ap Gwrast Rheged20, Gwrast Lledlwm Ap Ceneu Rheged19, Ceneu Ap Coel Ebrauc18, Coel Hen Guotepauk Britain17, Tegfan Gloff Ap Deheuwaint Britain16, Deheuwaint Ap Telpwyll Britain15, Telpwyll Ap Urban Britain14, Urban Ap Gradd Britain13, Gradd Ap Rhyfedel Britain12, Rhyfedel Ap Rhydeyrn Britain11, Rhydeyrn Ap Euddigan Britain10, Euddigan Ap Euderyn Britain9, Euderyn Ap Euifudd Britain8, Euifudd Ap Eudos Britain7, Eudos Ap Euddolen Britain6, Euddolen Ap Afallach Britain5, Afallach Ap Llud Britain4, Llud Llaw Erient Ap Beli Britain3, Beli Mawr Ap Manogan Britain2, Manogan Britain1) was born Abt 1120 in Aberffraw,Anglesey,Wales. She married Sitsyllt Ap Dyfnwal Arnallt. He was born Abt 1126 in Arnallt,Monmouthshire,Wales, and died 25 DEC 1177 in Abergavenny,Monmouth,Wales.

Child of Anne Verch Gruffydd Wales and Sitsyllt Ap Dyfnwal Arnallt is:
+ 2 i. Aeddan Ap Sitsyllt Arnallt was born Abt 1160 in Arnallt,Monmouthshire,England.

Descendant Register, Generation No. 2


2. Aeddan Ap Sitsyllt Arnallt (Anne Verch Gruffydd Wales40, Gruffydd Ap Rhys Wales39, Rhys Ap Tewdwr Mawr Wales38, Tewdwr Mawr Wales37, Cadell Ap Einion Deheubarth36, Einion Ap Owain Deheubarth35, Owain Ap Hywel Deheubarth34, Hywel Dda Ap Cadell Gwynedd33, Cadell Ap Rhodri Gwynedd32, Rhodri Fawr Ap Merfyn Gwynedd31, Merfyn Frych Ap Gwriad Gwynedd30, Gwriad Ap Elidyr Rheged29, Elidyr Ap Sandde Rheged28, Sandde Ap Alcun Rheged27, Alcun Ap Teged Rheged26, Teged Ap Gwyar Rheged25, Gwyar Ap Dwywg Rheged24, Dwywg Ap Llywarch Rheged23, Llywarch Hen Ap Elidyr Rheged22, Elidyr Llydanwyn Ap Meirchion Rheged21, Mierchion Gul Ap Gwrast Rheged20, Gwrast Lledlwm Ap Ceneu Rheged19, Ceneu Ap Coel Ebrauc18, Coel Hen Guotepauk Britain17, Tegfan Gloff Ap Deheuwaint Britain16, Deheuwaint Ap Telpwyll Britain15, Telpwyll Ap Urban Britain14, Urban Ap Gradd Britain13, Gradd Ap Rhyfedel Britain12, Rhyfedel Ap Rhydeyrn Britain11, Rhydeyrn Ap Euddigan Britain10, Euddigan Ap Euderyn Britain9, Euderyn Ap Euifudd Britain8, Euifudd Ap Eudos Britain7, Eudos Ap Euddolen Britain6, Euddolen Ap Afallach Britain5, Afallach Ap Llud Britain4, Llud Llaw Erient Ap Beli Britain3, Beli Mawr Ap Manogan Britain2, Manogan Britain1) was born Abt 1160 in Arnallt,Monmouthshire,England. He married Jane Verch Llewelyn. She was born Abt 1172 in Abergavenny,Monmouth,Wales.

Child of Aeddan Ap Sitsyllt Arnallt and Jane Verch Llewelyn is:
+ 3 i. Meurig Ap Aeddan Arnallt was born Abt 1200 in Abergavenny,Monmouth,Wales.

Descendant Register, Generation No. 3


3. Meurig Ap Aeddan Arnallt (Aeddan Ap Sitsyllt Arnallt41, Anne Verch Gruffydd Wales40, Gruffydd Ap Rhys Wales39, Rhys Ap Tewdwr Mawr Wales38, Tewdwr Mawr Wales37, Cadell Ap Einion Deheubarth36, Einion Ap Owain Deheubarth35, Owain Ap Hywel Deheubarth34, Hywel Dda Ap Cadell Gwynedd33, Cadell Ap Rhodri Gwynedd32, Rhodri Fawr Ap Merfyn Gwynedd31, Merfyn Frych Ap Gwriad Gwynedd30, Gwriad Ap Elidyr Rheged29, Elidyr Ap Sandde Rheged28, Sandde Ap Alcun Rheged27, Alcun Ap Teged Rheged26, Teged Ap Gwyar Rheged25, Gwyar Ap Dwywg Rheged24, Dwywg Ap Llywarch Rheged23, Llywarch Hen Ap Elidyr Rheged22, Elidyr Llydanwyn Ap Meirchion Rheged21, Mierchion Gul Ap Gwrast Rheged20, Gwrast Lledlwm Ap Ceneu Rheged19, Ceneu Ap Coel Ebrauc18, Coel Hen Guotepauk Britain17, Tegfan Gloff Ap Deheuwaint Britain16, Deheuwaint Ap Telpwyll Britain15, Telpwyll Ap Urban Britain14, Urban Ap Gradd Britain13, Gradd Ap Rhyfedel Britain12, Rhyfedel Ap Rhydeyrn Britain11, Rhydeyrn Ap Euddigan Britain10, Euddigan Ap Euderyn Britain9, Euderyn Ap Euifudd Britain8, Euifudd Ap Eudos Britain7, Eudos Ap Euddolen Britain6, Euddolen Ap Afallach Britain5, Afallach Ap Llud Britain4, Llud Llaw Erient Ap Beli Britain3, Beli Mawr Ap Manogan Britain2, Manogan Britain1) was born Abt 1200 in Abergavenny,Monmouth,Wales. He married Nesta Verch Cadrawd.

Child of Meurig Ap Aeddan Arnallt and Nesta Verch Cadrawd is:
+ 4 i. Gwilym Ap Meurig Arnallt was born Abt 1240 in Llangattock,Monmouthshire,England.

Descendant Register, Generation No. 4


4. Gwilym Ap Meurig Arnallt (Meurig Ap Aeddan Arnallt42, Aeddan Ap Sitsyllt Arnallt41, Anne Verch Gruffydd Wales40, Gruffydd Ap Rhys Wales39, Rhys Ap Tewdwr Mawr Wales38, Tewdwr Mawr Wales37, Cadell Ap Einion Deheubarth36, Einion Ap Owain Deheubarth35, Owain Ap Hywel Deheubarth34, Hywel Dda Ap Cadell Gwynedd33, Cadell Ap Rhodri Gwynedd32, Rhodri Fawr Ap Merfyn Gwynedd31, Merfyn Frych Ap Gwriad Gwynedd30, Gwriad Ap Elidyr Rheged29, Elidyr Ap Sandde Rheged28, Sandde Ap Alcun Rheged27, Alcun Ap Teged Rheged26, Teged Ap Gwyar Rheged25, Gwyar Ap Dwywg Rheged24, Dwywg Ap Llywarch Rheged23, Llywarch Hen Ap Elidyr Rheged22, Elidyr Llydanwyn Ap Meirchion Rheged21, Mierchion Gul Ap Gwrast Rheged20, Gwrast Lledlwm Ap Ceneu Rheged19, Ceneu Ap Coel Ebrauc18, Coel Hen Guotepauk Britain17, Tegfan Gloff Ap Deheuwaint Britain16, Deheuwaint Ap Telpwyll Britain15, Telpwyll Ap Urban Britain14, Urban Ap Gradd Britain13, Gradd Ap Rhyfedel Britain12, Rhyfedel Ap Rhydeyrn Britain11, Rhydeyrn Ap Euddigan Britain10, Euddigan Ap Euderyn Britain9, Euderyn Ap Euifudd Britain8, Euifudd Ap Eudos Britain7, Eudos Ap Euddolen Britain6, Euddolen Ap Afallach Britain5, Afallach Ap Llud Britain4, Llud Llaw Erient Ap Beli Britain3, Beli Mawr Ap Manogan Britain2, Manogan Britain1) was born Abt 1240 in Llangattock,Monmouthshire,England. He married Jane Verch Ifor. She was born Abt 1250 in Llystalybont,Glamorganshire,Wales.

Child of Gwilym Ap Meurig Arnallt and Jane Verch Ifor is:
+ 5 i. Arnallt Ap Gwilym Arnallt was born Abt 1280 in Llystalybont,Glamorganshire,Wales.

Descendant Register, Generation No. 5


5. Arnallt Ap Gwilym Arnallt (Gwilym Ap Meurig Arnallt43, Meurig Ap Aeddan Arnallt42, Aeddan Ap Sitsyllt Arnallt41, Anne Verch Gruffydd Wales40, Gruffydd Ap Rhys Wales39, Rhys Ap Tewdwr Mawr Wales38, Tewdwr Mawr Wales37, Cadell Ap Einion Deheubarth36, Einion Ap Owain Deheubarth35, Owain Ap Hywel Deheubarth34, Hywel Dda Ap Cadell Gwynedd33, Cadell Ap Rhodri Gwynedd32, Rhodri Fawr Ap Merfyn Gwynedd31, Merfyn Frych Ap Gwriad Gwynedd30, Gwriad Ap Elidyr Rheged29, Elidyr Ap Sandde Rheged28, Sandde Ap Alcun Rheged27, Alcun Ap Teged Rheged26, Teged Ap Gwyar Rheged25, Gwyar Ap Dwywg Rheged24, Dwywg Ap Llywarch Rheged23, Llywarch Hen Ap Elidyr Rheged22, Elidyr Llydanwyn Ap Meirchion Rheged21, Mierchion Gul Ap Gwrast Rheged20, Gwrast Lledlwm Ap Ceneu Rheged19, Ceneu Ap Coel Ebrauc18, Coel Hen Guotepauk Britain17, Tegfan Gloff Ap Deheuwaint Britain16, Deheuwaint Ap Telpwyll Britain15, Telpwyll Ap Urban Britain14, Urban Ap Gradd Britain13, Gradd Ap Rhyfedel Britain12, Rhyfedel Ap Rhydeyrn Britain11, Rhydeyrn Ap Euddigan Britain10, Euddigan Ap Euderyn Britain9, Euderyn Ap Euifudd Britain8, Euifudd Ap Eudos Britain7, Eudos Ap Euddolen Britain6, Euddolen Ap Afallach Britain5, Afallach Ap Llud Britain4, Llud Llaw Erient Ap Beli Britain3, Beli Mawr Ap Manogan Britain2, Manogan Britain1) was born Abt 1280 in Llystalybont,Glamorganshire,Wales. He married Jenet Fleming. She was born Abt 1290 in Cardiff,Glamorganshire,Wales.

Child of Arnallt Ap Gwilym Arnallt and Jenet Fleming is:
+ 6 i. Arnallt Fychan Ap Arnallt Arnallt was born Abt 1320 in Cardiff,Glamorganshire,Wales.

Descendant Register, Generation No. 6


6. Arnallt Fychan Ap Arnallt Arnallt (Arnallt Ap Gwilym Arnallt44, Gwilym Ap Meurig Arnallt43, Meurig Ap Aeddan Arnallt42, Aeddan Ap Sitsyllt Arnallt41, Anne Verch Gruffydd Wales40, Gruffydd Ap Rhys Wales39, Rhys Ap Tewdwr Mawr Wales38, Tewdwr Mawr Wales37, Cadell Ap Einion Deheubarth36, Einion Ap Owain Deheubarth35, Owain Ap Hywel Deheubarth34, Hywel Dda Ap Cadell Gwynedd33, Cadell Ap Rhodri Gwynedd32, Rhodri Fawr Ap Merfyn Gwynedd31, Merfyn Frych Ap Gwriad Gwynedd30, Gwriad Ap Elidyr Rheged29, Elidyr Ap Sandde Rheged28, Sandde Ap Alcun Rheged27, Alcun Ap Teged Rheged26, Teged Ap Gwyar Rheged25, Gwyar Ap Dwywg Rheged24, Dwywg Ap Llywarch Rheged23, Llywarch Hen Ap Elidyr Rheged22, Elidyr Llydanwyn Ap Meirchion Rheged21, Mierchion Gul Ap Gwrast Rheged20, Gwrast Lledlwm Ap Ceneu Rheged19, Ceneu Ap Coel Ebrauc18, Coel Hen Guotepauk Britain17, Tegfan Gloff Ap Deheuwaint Britain16, Deheuwaint Ap Telpwyll Britain15, Telpwyll Ap Urban Britain14, Urban Ap Gradd Britain13, Gradd Ap Rhyfedel Britain12, Rhyfedel Ap Rhydeyrn Britain11, Rhydeyrn Ap Euddigan Britain10, Euddigan Ap Euderyn Britain9, Euderyn Ap Euifudd Britain8, Euifudd Ap Eudos Britain7, Eudos Ap Euddolen Britain6, Euddolen Ap Afallach Britain5, Afallach Ap Llud Britain4, Llud Llaw Erient Ap Beli Britain3, Beli Mawr Ap Manogan Britain2, Manogan Britain1) was born Abt 1320 in Cardiff,Glamorganshire,Wales. He married Cecil Verch Meurig. She was born Abt 1332 in Cardiff,Glamorganshire,Wales.

Child of Arnallt Fychan Ap Arnallt Arnallt and Cecil Verch Meurig is:
+ 7 Arnallt Ap Arnallt Arnallt was born Abt 1365 in Llystalybont,Glamorganshire,Wales.

by edmondsallan on 2011-07-28 15:05:22

i think your ancestry excellent and like you been their and done that . I then went into BC and traced our ancestry line , generation by generation back to 1240 Aneas ysgwwydyn, then following that went on to complete it 3193 BC.on the AD side , generation by generation to when my wife was born ( all had dates ) I foundit so fascinating and interesting T then started to follow / hunt down the trail they took from 3,193 BC to 1946 AD . by the way is it possible in your relation ship to the arnolds that that Arnold name was after 1391 as that spelling is the English version . be nice to know - Regards

by edmondsallan on 2011-07-28 15:41:01

forgot to mention " and their families " I am sure that you now understand why it took so long to complete. Have you traced or done the individuals in your ancestral chart ? its hard work but very rewarding

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