Cadwalladr ap Gruffudd Lord of Cardigan ap Gruffudd

( - 1172)
     Cadwalladr ap Gruffudd Lord of Cardigan ap Gruffudd was born in Wales. He was the son of Gruffydd ap Cynan King of Gwynedd and Angharad ferch Owain ab Edwin.
     Cadwalladr died in 1172 in Wales.

Child of Cadwalladr ap Gruffudd Lord of Cardigan ap Gruffudd

David Lord of Friw Lly ap Gruffudd

     David Lord of Friw Lly ap Gruffudd was born in Wales. He was the son of Gruffudd Lord of Friwlwyd ap Caradog and Lleucu ferch Llywerch Vaughan.
     David Lord of Friw Lly ap Gruffudd married Eva ferch Griffith Vaughan, daughter of Gruffudd Vychan ap Gruffudd ap Moriddig.

Child of David Lord of Friw Lly ap Gruffudd and Eva ferch Griffith Vaughan

Einion ap Gruffudd

     Einion ap Gruffudd was born in Wales. He was the son of Syr Gruffudd foel ap Ieuan.

Isabel ferch Gruffudd

     Isabel ferch Gruffudd married Gronwy ap Gruffydd, son of Gruffudd (Crack-y-farn) ap Madog and Gwenllian f Hywel ap Maredudd (?). Isabel ferch Gruffudd was the daughter of Gruffudd o'r Rhuddalt (?) (Gr Llwyd) and Elizabeth Strange.

Child of Isabel ferch Gruffudd and Gronwy ap Gruffydd

Nest ferch Gruffudd

     Nest ferch Gruffudd married Einion ap Gruffydd, son of Gruffudd ap Hywel and Anghared ferch Tegward.

Child of Nest ferch Gruffudd and Einion ap Gruffydd

Owain Cyfeiliog ap Gruffudd

(before 1149 - 1197)
     Owain Cyfeiliog ap Gruffudd married Gwenllian I ferch Owain Gwynedd, daughter of Owain Gwynedd ferch Gruffudd Prince of North Wales and Gwladys ferch Lywarch ap Trahayarn. Owain Cyfeiliog ap Gruffudd was born before 1149 in Wales. He was the son of Gruffudd ap Maredudd.
     Owain died in 1197.

Child of Owain Cyfeiliog ap Gruffudd and Gwenllian I ferch Owain Gwynedd

Owain Gwynedd ferch Gruffudd Prince of North Wales

(circa 1100 - 28 November 1170)
     Davies 1987; Walker 1990 : The death of Henry I in 1135 was the signal for more vigorous and more hostile policies by the Welsh, though firm action by Stephen (the king who succeeded Henry) and the marcher lords held the promise of successful defence. Henry II succeeded Stephen in December 1154, determined to restore authority to the kingdom and to repair the damage caused by civil strife and the lack of a strong central administration. By 1157 he was ready to turn his attention to Wales.
Two princes carried Wales through these difficult years, Owain Gwynedd in the north and Rhys ap Gruffydd in south Wales. Both were aware of the complex problems to be faced: to deal with rival Welsh dynasties, to deal with marcher lords, and to live in the shadow of a rich and powerful neighbor. Owain gauged the political realities of the day quickly and, however often he had to yield, he did not lose the initiative.
Owain Gwynedd, Prince of Gwynedd 1137-70, was born circa 1109. In 1137 he succeeded his father Gruffydd ap Cynan (1081-1137) to the kingdom of Gwynedd, which covered most of north Wales. While England was engaged in civil war, Owain used his skill as statesman and soldier to extend his frontiers. In 1157 Henry II led his first campaign against Owain, but it ended in a truce. He was required to do homage to Henry but it was not long before Owain was acting with complete independence. When Madog ap Maredudd died in 1160, he attacked Powys and extended his influence to the east. Six years later, the Council of Woodstock attempted to reduce the Welsh princes from client status to that of dependent vassalage, and the subsequent uprising was led by Owain and Rhys ap Gruffydd of south Wales. Henry's second attempt at subduing Wales failed ignominiously and left Owain free to capture Basingwerk and Rhuddlan castles (1166-67). In 1168 he set foot on negotiations with Louis VII of France to build an alliance between Gwynedd and France against their common enemy. It was a course which required great finesse and firm judgement. In one direction it pointed to a policy which would be used to good effect by later rulers of Gwynedd, the search for recognition and an alliance in Europe. Having openly defied Henry in 1168 by offering to help Louis, Owain maintained his independent position until his death. He left behind him a reputation of wisdom and magnanimity.
The reign of Owain Gwynedd marks the most peaceful period of Welsh independence, when the native princes absorbed many of the current European reforming ideas and adapted the more effective structures of both church and state to their own society. Monastic foundations were encouraged, diocesan boundaries defined, and many stone churches built. Motte-and-bailey earthwork castles identical to those built earlier by the Norman invaders were now erected by the princes as the centers of many of their personal estates. Two of Owain's sons are credited with building the first stone castles in Gwynedd towards the end of the 12th century. The tragedy, recurrent in Welsh history, was that Owain was not followed immediately by a strong ruler. Upon his death in 1170, open warfare broke out between his sons: Dafydd and Rhodri killed their elder half-brother, Hywel, and for the next 20 years Gwynedd was divided between them and their kinsmen. Gwynedd and Wales would not see another strong leader until Llywelyn the Great extended his control over most of Wales in the later part of the century.
     Owain Gwynedd ferch Gruffudd Prince of North Wales married Christiana ferch Gronwy ap Owen ap Edwin, daughter of Gronwy ab Owain and Genilles ferch Hoedlyw. Gwydir, Llanrwst pedigree: Owen Gwynedd (see pp309,393) married secondly Christiana, daughter of Goronwy ap Owen ap Edwin, Lord of Englefield. She was his first cousin and his second wife.
     Owain Gwynedd ferch Gruffudd Prince of North Wales married Gwladys ferch Lywarch ap Trahayarn, daughter of Llywarch ap Trahaern (?).
     Owain Gwynedd ferch Gruffudd Prince of North Wales married Mary Unknown. Owain Gwynedd ferch Gruffudd Prince of North Wales was born circa 1100 in Wales. He was the son of Gruffydd ap Cynan King of Gwynedd and Angharad ferch Owain ab Edwin.
     Owain died on 28 November 1170 in Wales. He reigned for 32 years, having had 17 sons mostly illegitimate.. He was buried in December 1170 in the Cathedral, Bangor, Gwynedd, Wales.

Children of Owain Gwynedd ferch Gruffudd Prince of North Wales and Christiana ferch Gronwy ap Owen ap Edwin

Child of Owain Gwynedd ferch Gruffudd Prince of North Wales and Mary Unknown

Children of Owain Gwynedd ferch Gruffudd Prince of North Wales and Gwladys ferch Lywarch ap Trahayarn

Yr Arglwydd Rhys ap Gruffudd

(circa 1132 - 1197)
     Yr Arglwydd Rhys ap Gruffudd married Gwenllian ferch Madog, daughter of Madog, ap Maredudd, Prince of Powys Fadog and Susanna ferch Gruffydd ap Cynan. Yr Arglwydd Rhys ap Gruffudd was born circa 1132 in Wales. He was the son of Gwenllian ferch Gruffydd ap Cynan.
     Yr died in 1197.

Cadwallon ap Gruffydd ap Cynan

( - 1132)
     Cadwallon ap Gruffydd ap Cynan was born in Wales. He was the son of Gruffydd ap Cynan King of Gwynedd and Angharad ferch Owain ab Edwin.
     Cadwallon died in 1132 in Wales.

Gwenllian ferch Gruffydd ap Cynan

     Gwenllian ferch Gruffydd ap Cynan married Cadwgon ap Bleddyn, son of Bleddyn ap Cynfyn ap Cynfyn King of Powys. Gwenllian ferch Gruffydd ap Cynan was born in Wales. She was the daughter of Gruffydd ap Cynan King of Gwynedd and Angharad ferch Owain ab Edwin.

Children of Gwenllian ferch Gruffydd ap Cynan and Cadwgon ap Bleddyn

Child of Gwenllian ferch Gruffydd ap Cynan

Susanna ferch Gruffydd ap Cynan

     Susanna ferch Gruffydd ap Cynan married Madog, ap Maredudd, Prince of Powys Fadog, son of Maredudd Lord of Powys ap Bleddyn. His wife was possibly Susanna ferch Gruffudd ap Cynan (sister of #4), who was wife of Madog ap Maredudd, but Madog is known to have had children by other women also, and Bartrum does not list a mother for Margred in his charts in BWG, indicating that the early sources do not identify Margred's mother. PF, vol. 1, pp. 119-124 states that Margred (Margaret) was daughter of Madog by Susanna, but this source also gives Madog a chronologically impossible second wife Maude who md. 2nd, John Fitz Alan, d. 1268, earl of Arundel, who lived a hundred years later, and PF cannot be considered reliable on this matter. Susanna ferch Gruffydd ap Cynan was the daughter of Gruffydd ap Cynan King of Gwynedd and Angharad ferch Owain ab Edwin.

Dafydd ap Gruffydd

(before 1240 - 1283)
     Dafydd ap Gruffydd was born before 1240 in Wales. He was the son of Gruffudd ap Llywelyn.
     Dafydd died in 1283 in Shrewbury, Shropshire. He was hanged and quartered.

Einion ap Gruffydd

( - after 1356)
     Einion ap Gruffydd was Sheriff of Caernarvonshire, Wales. He was born in Wales. He was the son of Gruffudd ap Hywel and Anghared ferch Tegward.
     Einion ap Gruffydd married Nest ferch Gruffudd.
     Einion died after 1356 in Caernarvonshire.

Child of Einion ap Gruffydd and Nest ferch Gruffudd

Generys ferch Gruffydd

     Generys ferch Gruffydd married Meurig Fychan ab Ynyr (?), son of Ynyr Fychan and Gwenhwyfar ferch Gruffydd. Generys ferch Gruffydd was the daughter of Gruffudd.

Child of Generys ferch Gruffydd and Meurig Fychan ab Ynyr (?)

Gronwy ap Gruffydd

     Gronwy ap Gruffydd was the son of Gruffudd (Crack-y-farn) ap Madog and Gwenllian f Hywel ap Maredudd (?).
     Gronwy ap Gruffydd married Isabel ferch Gruffudd, daughter of Gruffudd o'r Rhuddalt (?) (Gr Llwyd) and Elizabeth Strange.

Child of Gronwy ap Gruffydd and Isabel ferch Gruffudd

Gwenhwyfar ferch Gruffydd

     Gwenhwyfar ferch Gruffydd married Ynyr Fychan, son of Ynyr ap Meurig and Gwerful ferch Madog. He married firstly Gwenhwyfar f Gruffud, secondly Jane daughter of Sir Roger III Mortimer. Gwenhwyfar ferch Gruffydd was born in Wales. She was the daughter of Gruffudd ap Gwen (?).

Child of Gwenhwyfar ferch Gruffydd and Ynyr Fychan

Gwladus ferch Gruffydd

     Gwladus ferch Gruffydd married Rhys Ieuanc ap Rhys (?), son of Rhys Mechyll ap Rhys (?). Gwladus ferch Gruffydd was the daughter of Gruffudd ap Llywelyn.

Child of Gwladus ferch Gruffydd and Rhys Ieuanc ap Rhys (?)

Llywelyn ap Gruffydd

(before 1220 - 11 December 1282)
     Llywelyn ap Gruffydd was born before 1220 in Wales. He was the son of Gruffudd ap Llywelyn.
     Llywelyn died on 11 December 1282 in Builth, Brecknockshire, Wales. He was slain at Builth in the valley of the Wye 11 Dec 1282 after defeat by King Edward I. His head was displayed at the Tower of London. His only child Gwenllian was taken and kept captive in England all her life.

Madog ab Gruffydd

( - 1278)
     Madog ab Gruffydd was the son of Gruffudd Anglwydd Dinas Bran (?).
     Madog died in 1278 in Wales.

Owain ap Gruffydd

     Owain ap Gruffydd was born in Wales. He was the son of Gruffudd Anglwydd Dinas Bran (?).

Owain Goch ap Gruffydd

(before 1220 - after 1245)
     Owain Goch ap Gruffydd was born before 1220 in Wales. He was the son of Gruffudd ap Llywelyn.
     Owain died after 1245.

Hilda May Grummitt

(1904 - 1992)
     Hilda May Grummitt was born in 1904. She was the daughter of Walter Grummitt and Eliza Stancer.
     Hilda died in 1992.

Walter Grummitt

     The marriage of Walter Grummitt and Eliza Stancer, daughter of Charles Stancer and Maria Dickinson, was registered in Bourn RD, Lincolnshire, in the December 1901 quarter.

Child of Walter Grummitt and Eliza Stancer

Mary of Gueldres Queen of Scotland

(17 January 1433 - 16 November 1463?)
     Mary of Gueldres Queen of Scotland was also known as van Egmond in records. She was born on 17 January 1433 in Grave, the Netherlands. 1433 January 19: The messenger of our lady of Cleves delivered the message that her daughter our lady of Gueldres has given birth to a daughter. Grave is a small city in the Netherlands, in the north-eastern part of the province of Noord-Brabant, some 20 kilometers south of Nijmegen and some 30 kilometers east of 's-Hertogenbosch. After the
destruction of the castle of Cuyk it became the residence of the lords of Cuyk, and since the dukes of Gueldres were (at that time) lords of Cuyk they sometimes resided in Grave.
She was also known as Marie of Egmond, daughter of the Duke of Gelre and niece of the Duke of Burgundy. She was the daughter of Arnold d'Egmond Duke of Gueldres and Catherine, of Cleves.
     Mary of Gueldres Queen of Scotland married James, II, King of Scotland, son of James, I Stewart, King of Scotland and Queen Joan or Jane Beaufort, on 3 July 1449 in Holyrood, Edinburgh, Scotland.
     Mary died on 16 November 1463? In Edinburgh, Scotland, aged 30. Died 1 December 1463, buried in Edinburgh.

Children of Mary of Gueldres Queen of Scotland and James, II, King of Scotland

Alfred Guest

     Alfred Guest married Louisa Popplewell, daughter of George Popplewell and Sarah Ann Whiteley.

Mary Guest

     Mary Guest married John Rich, son of Amor Rich and Elizabeth Hirst, on 17 December 1731 in Darfield, Yorkshire. Which John?.

Naumi Kathleen Clephane Guiness

     Naumi Kathleen Clephane Guiness married Henry Waller Lavallin Puxley, son of Henry Edmond Lavallin Puxley and Jane Eliza Halahan, in 1921. She was the only daughter of Edwin Roland Guiness of Timaru, NZ.

Sarah Guisley

     Sarah Guisley married William Ryther on 15 March 1737/38 in Knaresborough, Yorkshire.

Catherine Gumbleton

     Catherine Gumbleton married Robert Colbert before 1852.

Child of Catherine Gumbleton and Robert Colbert

Mildred Gundlefinger

(1900 - )
     Mildred Gundlefinger married Henry Samuel Halahan, son of Samaurez de Bourdieu Halahan and Margaret Mary Reid. Mildred Gundlefinger was born in 1900 in New York, USA.