Ancient British And Welsh Ancestry Of The Davis Family Of Roxbury, Massachusetts

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Goronwy-(2nd son, Prince of Teg Eingle in Gwynedd, Flint Co. in N. E. Wales)-He married Ethelfelda, daughter and heiress of Edwin, Earl of Mercia and relect of Edmund Ironside, King of England. His daughter Annesta married Seisyllt, Lord of Meirionydd, who was descended from Gwyddno Garawhir, Prince of the Cantref of Gwaelod, now overflowed by the sea, which forms the present Bay of Cardigan. Gwyddno lived in the Sixth Century, and bore arms, Or, a griffin segreant vent. Edwin (Prince of Teg Eingle-1030-1073) -Arms Argent, a cross flory engrailed sable inter fon Cornish chonghs ppr. He lived at Llys Edwin in Parish of Llanewrgain, and at Cattel Edwin in Parish of Llanasaph. Rhual near Mold was his residence when he died. He was slain 1073 by Rhys ab Rhydderch ab Owain and buried at Llanewrgain.

He married Ewerydda, daughter of Cynfyn ab Gwrystan, ab Gwaethfoed, sister of Bleddyn ab Cynfyn ab Gwrystan, Prince of Gules. Edwin was named after his maternal grandfather and obtained the Cantref of Teg Eingl through his mother Ethelfelda-He left three sons:

1-Owain, who succeeded his father as Prince of Teg Eingl and was elected Prince of Gwynedd, N. Wales 1096 and died of consumption 1103.

2-Uchdryd, Lord of Cyfeiliog and Meirion and Teg Eingl.

3-Hywel, who with his brother Uchdryd and the sons of Cadwgan ab Bleddyn defeated the Normans in Ceredigion and Dyfed.
Owain's daughter Gwenllian married (as his third wife), Prince Cadwgan ab Bleddyn.

Owain's daughter Augharadd married Gruffydd ab Cynan, King of North Wales.


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