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Idwal ap Meurig
(-996)
Iago ap Idwal
(-1039)
Cynan ap Iago Prince of North Wales
(-Abt 1060)

 

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Ragnhildir of Dublin

Cynan ap Iago Prince of North Wales

  • Born: Aberffraw, Anglesey, Wales
  • Marriage: Ragnhildir of Dublin 1095
  • Died: Abt 1060, Ireland 1095

bullet  General Notes:


~Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th Edition, 239:3-4, Cynan ap Iago, Prince of North Wales, exiled in Dublin, married Ragnaillt, daughter of Olaf. 160

bullet  Information about this person:

• Background Information. 1093
Cynan ap Iago was exluded from the throne by Gruffydd ap Llewelyn and exiled in Ireland.

~A History of England and Wales from the Roman to the Norman Conquest, p. 166

• Background Information. 634
Cynan ab Iago was one of the possible kings of north Wales until he was forced to flee Gwynedd. He took reuge in Dulin with the family of King Sitriuc Silkenbeard. Cynan married Sitriuc's granddaughter, Ragnhild, and their son was named Gruffudd. Gruffudd was the founder of a dynasty that rules as princes of Gwynedd until the conquest of Wales.

~ Britain and Ireland, 900-1300, p. 104


Cynan married Ragnhildir of Dublin, daughter of Amlaíb mac Sitric rí Gall and Máelcorcre ingen Dúnlaing.1092 (Ragnhildir of Dublin was born about 1025 in Dublin, Ireland.)


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