Isle of Man
Dehewaint Tegfan Gloff Coel Godebog (King of Britain). His daughter Elen
or Helen, was married to the Emperor Constantius Chlorus (A. D. 250-306)
and their oldest son born A. D. 272 or 274 was the Roman Emperor
Constantine the Great.
Gorwst Ledwrn Meirchion Gul Elidr Lydarwyn Llywarch Hen-" The warrior
bard, Llywarch Hen, Prince of the Strath Clyde Britons, with his family
was driven from his dominion by the Picts and Scots." Hospitably
entertained by Cynddylan, King of Powis, he and his sons assisted C. in
his battles against the Saxons-About A. D. 600-613.
Diwg Gwyar Tegid Alfer Sandde Elidr Gwriad or Uriet (King of the Isle of
Manaw or Man)He married Nest, daughter of Cadell, Prince of Powis, the
descendant of Brochwel Yseithroc, King of Powis, thence descended in
direct male line from Gwriad's ancestor, Coel Godebog. Nest was sister and
heiress of Concenn (or Cyngen) ap Cadell, Prince of Powis, who died at
Rome A. D. 854.
Merfyn Frych (Merfyn the Freckled 817-843)-King of Powis and the Isle of
Man. Also King of Gwynedd or North Wales by right of his wife Essyllt. He
was slain about 838-844 in battle with Berthrwyd, King of Mercia. He
married Essyllt, daughter and heiress of Prince Cynan Tindaethwy who
reigned from 755 to 817 and whose ancestors were the following named Kings
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