Note: In this context, it is useful to note that there is no good evidence
regarding the mother of Margred. (Some of the late Welsh genealogical
manuscripts make her the daughter of Madog's best known wife Susanna,
daughter of the famous Gruffudd ap Cynan, but there does not seem to
be any early authority for this.) Bartrum's Welsh genealogies show
two wives and two mistresses for Margred's father Madog ap Maredudd.
Although none of them has an obvious Corbet connection, it cannot be
ruled out that one of them was the mother of both Margred and William
Corbet (and perhaps Walter too) by two different husbands. Thus, it
seems that there are quite a few scenarios in which both Llywelyn's
statements about his relations to the Corbets and the identity of
Llywelyn's mother in the Welsh genealogies could be consistent with
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