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  • ID: I12641
  • Name: Christiana ferch Goronwy 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
  • Sex: F
  • ALIA: Christiana ferch Goronwy ap Owain ap Edwin
  • Reference Number: 12641



    Father: Gronwy [Grono] ap Owain

    Marriage 1 Owain (Owen) Gwinedh ap Gruffydd b: ABT 1100
      Children
      1. Has Children Cynan Ardudwy ap Owain Gwynedd
      2. Has Children Rhodri ap Owain Gwynedd
      3. Has Children Angharad Angharat verch Owain Gwynedd
      4. Has No Children Gwenllian II ferch Owain Gwynedd
      5. Has No Children Cadwallon ap Owain Gwynedd
      6. Has Children Dafydd ap Owain Gwynedd b: 1134

      Sources:
      1. Title: Lineal Descent of the Wynn Family of Gwydir from Gruffudd ap Cynan Appendices Pg 203 Table A
      2. Title: "Pedigrees of Anglesey and Carnarvonshire Families" by John Edwards Griffith, 1914 ed
        Note:
        Source Medium: Book

        Text: p. 234 RHIWAEDOG, in Penllyn, Llanfor
        Owen Gwynedd, Prince of North Wales = Christiana, d. of Goronwy ap Owen ap Edwin of Englefield.
        p. 241 PARK, Llanfrothen, 2nd Christiana d. of Goronwy ap Owen ap Edwin, Lord of Tegeingl = Owen Gwynedd, Prince of North Wales. Vert 3 eagles displayed in fesse, er. = 1st Gwladys d. of Llowarch, eldest son of Trahaiarn ap Cariadog, Prince of Gwynedd and Powys, who was slain by Gruffydd ap Cynan in 1080.
        p. 280 1st Gwladys, d. of Llowarch ap Trahaiarn ap Caradog, King of North Wales = Owen Gwynedd pp. 309, 383 = 2nd Christiana, d. of Goronwy ap Owen ap Edwin, Lord of Englesfield.
        pp 309, 393, Owen Gwynedd, 1st Gwladys, d. of Llowarch ap Trahaiarn ap Caradog, King of North Wales. 2nd Christiana, d. of Goronwy ap Owen ap Edwin, Lord of Englefield, Owen Gwynedd, Prince of Wales, ob 1169-70, bur. in Bangor Cathedral also says: Gruffydd ap Llewelyn = Sinenna, d. of Cariadog ap Thomas ap Rhodri ap Owen Gwynedd; others say she was the daughter of Reinallt, King of Man.
        p. 343 WERN, Penmorfa, & PENIARTH, co. Merioneth.
        Owen Gwynedd, Prince of North Wales = Christian, d. of Goronwy ap Owen ap Edwin of Englefield.
      3. Title: Peerage and Baronetage, Wynn p. 2373
        Text: Owen Gwynedd ap Griffith m. 2ndly, his cousin Christian, dau. of Grono ap Owen ap Edwin, Lord of Tegaingl, and had by her issue a 2nd son.
      4. Title: "The History of the Gwydir Family" written by Sir John Wynne, 1st Baronet b1553 Printed London for B White at Horaces head Fleet Street MDCCLXX [1770]
        Text: p. 3, 2nd wife of Owen, Christian daughter of Gronow by her has David, Rhodri, Cadwallon and Angharat wife of Griffith Marlor.
        Table 1, Gwladys, da to Llywarch ap Trahayarn = Pr. Owen Gwynedd reigned 32 years died in 1169 = Christian, da of Gronow ap Owen ap Edwyn, lord of Englefield
      5. Title: Douglas Richardson, royalancestry@msn.com
        Note:
        Source Medium: Book

        Page: Part one
        Text: Illegitimate daughter of Geoffrey Plantagenet, Count of Anjou:
        l. EMME OF ANJOU, married in summer 1174 DAFYDD AP OWAIN GWYNEDD, Prince of Gwynedd [North Wales], younger son of Owain Gwynedd, by Christina, daughter of Gronw ap Owain ap Edwin. They had one son, Owain, and two daughters, Gwenhwyfar (or Wennour) (wife of Meurig ap Roger Powys) and Gwenllian (wife of Gruffudd ap Cad'.]. In 1157 he took part in the ambush of Hawarden Woods. In 1170 he and his brother, Rhodri, attacked and killed their half-brother, Hywel ap Owain, in a battle near Pentraeth. In 1173 he attacked another half-brother, Maelgwn ap Owain, and drove him from Anglesey. In 1174 he ejected all his rivals, whereby he became ruler of the whole of Gwynedd. In 1175 he was attacked by his brother Rhodri and driven into the eastern half of Gweynedd. In 1177 King Henry II bestowed the manors of Ellesmere, co. Salop and Halesowen, co. Worcester on his sister, Emme. Dafydd subsequently settled in the Middle Country, where he resided in a fine castle at Rhuddlan. In 1193 she restored the manor of Halesowen, co. Worcester to her nephew, King Richard I, in exchange for rents of other manors including Broom and Clent, co. Worcester. In 1194 Dafydd was defeated by his nephew, Llywelyn ap Iowerth, in a battle at Aberconwy, and, in 1197, was imprisoned by Llywelyn. He was released in 1198 by the intervention of Hubert Walter, Archbishop of Canterbury, and spent the rest of his life in England. DAVID AP OWAIN GWYNEDD died about May 1203, having won the esteem of both nations by "maintaining a just balance between Welsh and English." His widow, Emme, presumably died ca. 1214, when her name last appears in the Pipe Rolls. Modern descendants (not traced).
        References:
        Rev. R.W. Eyton, Antiquities of Shropshire 10 (1860): 234-236. Pub.
        Pipe Roll Soc.
        "Sororis Reg[is] q[u]am Dauid fil[ius] Oeni duxit vxore[m]"); 25
        (1904): 56-57; n.s. 1 (1925): 124; 2 (1926): 255; 3 (1927): 110; 5
      6. Title: Douglas Richardson, royalancestry@msn.com
        Note:
        Source Medium: Book

        Page: part two
        Text: (1928): 140; 6 (1929): 243; 7 (1930): 41; 8 (1931): 156; 9 (1932):
        xxxi-xxxii,108; 10 (1933): 73; 12 (1934): 170; 14 (1936): 276-277; 15
        (1937): 41; 16 (1938): 66; 18 (1940): 154; 19 (1941): 87; 20 (1942):
        108; 22 (1944): 4; 24 (1946): 146; 30 (1954): 87; 35 (1959): 119. VCH
        Worcester 3 (1913): 33,51,142-144. Dict. Welsh Biography (1959), pp.
        98-99 (biog. of Dafydd ap Owain Gwynedd). W. L. Warren, Henry II
        (1973), pg. 167, note 3. P.C. Bartrum, Welsh Genealogies, A.D.
        300-1400 (1980) [Gruffudd Ap Cynan 3]. E.B. Fryde, Handbook of
        British Chronology 3rd ed. (1986), pg. 51
      7. Title: The History of the Gwydir Family" written by Sir John Wynne, Knt. and Bart, ut creditur & Patet. Oswestry, 1878
        Note:
        Source Medium: Book

        Text: Gwladys, da. to Llywarch ap Trahayarn. = Pr. Owen Gwynedd, reigned 32 years, died in 1169 = Christian, da of Gronow ap Owen ap Edwyn, lord of Englefield.
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