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Marriage: Children:
  1. Dafydd ap Llywelyn : Birth: ABT 1208. Death: 25 FEB 1245/46 in Aber

  2. Helen verch Llywelyn : Birth: in Gwynedd, Wales. Death: ABT 24 OCT 1253

  3. Gwladys Dhu of Wales : Birth: in of Gwynedd, Wales. Death: 1251 in Windsor, BRK, ENG

Marriage: Children:
  1. Gruffudd ap Llewellyn : Birth: BEF 1205. Death: 1 MAR 1243/44 in London, ENG

Marriage: Children:
  1. Margaret verch Llewelyn : Birth: ABT 1208 in Wales (North). Death: AFT 1267

  2. Helen verch Llewellyn : Birth: ABT 1234 in of Wales. Death: AFT 1291

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  7. Gwenllian of Wales : Death: 1281

1. Title:   Ancestral Roots, Frederick Lewis Weis
Page:   176-7
2. Title:   The Complete Peerage
Page:   5:309, 8:403, 9:276, 11:384, 12[2]:301

a. Note:   The Great, Prince of Snowdonia; Prince of North Wales
 [AC.b. 1240:"obit magnus Achilles secundus, dominus scilicet Lewelinus filius Gervaisi filii Owini Guynet, tunc princeps Walliae, ..."] . [By T, MG. 1, JC.28-29]
  Strictly speaking, Llywelyn was "Prince of North Wales" [Gwynedd] only until 1230, after which time he was titled "Prince of Aberffraw and Lord of Snowdon", but the more familiar style is used here. Llywelyn's son Dafydd was actually the first "Prince of Wales".
  His ancestry, almost entirely Welsh, however, was descended from the famous Lady Godiva and her husband and so had Anglo-Saxon ancestry. See Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists (5th ed. by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr., F.A.S.G., Baltimore, 1976)(abbreviated AR), line 176. The connection questioned by this source is verified by WG, infra note 16, at Tr. ap C. 1. Llywelyn was also descended from Olaf, King of Dublin, grandson of the famous King of Ireland Brian of the Tributes, and so also had Norse and Irish ancestry. David H. Kelley, F.A.S.G., "The Ancestry of Eve of Leinster",
 The Genealogist 1:4-27 at 13 (1980); see also AR, line 239.
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  See my article in *The Genealogist* (Association for the Promotion of
 Scholarship in Genealogy), vol. 1, no. 1 (Spring 1980), pp. 80-95. The
 children of Llywelyn Fawr ap Iorwerth (c1173-1240) were as follows:
  (1) Gruffudd, illegitimate son by Tangwystl ferch Llywarch Goch
 (2) Tegwared y Baiswen, illegitimate son by unknown woman
 (3) Dafydd, legitimate son by Joan of England
  (4) Angharad m. Maelgwn Ieuanc ap Maelgwn Hen (or Fawr)
 (5) Angharad m. Philip ab Ivor
 (6) NN (name unknown) m. William Caentwn
 (7) Gwladus Ddu m1. Reginald de Braose m2. Ralph de Mortimer
 (8) Margred m1. John de Braose m2. Walter de Clifford
 (9) Gwenllian Las m. William de Lacy
 (10) Elen m1. John, Earl of Chester m2. Robert de Quincy
 (11) Elen m1. Malcolm, Earl of Fife m2. Donald, Earl of Mar
  The purpose of my article was to show that the commonly ascribed maternity
 of Llywelyn Fawr's daughters, i.e., that most if not all of his daughters
 were also daughters of his wife Joan, daughter of King John of England, is
 unsupported and that the mother of these daughters must be shown as
 "unknown". Later, in the same periodical, vol. 4, no. 2 (Fall 1983), pp.
 137-138, Andrew B. W. MacEwen proved that the daughter Elen who married the
 Earl of Chester and later Robert de Quincy was a daughter of Joan.
  William Addams Reitwiesner
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