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Rhodri "Fawr" ap Merfyn
Anghard verch Merig of Seisyllwg
Anarawd ap Rhodri King of Gwynedd
Elissau ap Anarawd King of Gwynedd


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Elissau ap Anarawd King of Gwynedd

  • Marriage: Unknown
  • Died: 915, Gwynedd, Wales 1013

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• Background Information. 926
Anghard, Queen of Powys and South Wales was the daughter of Maredudd ab Owain. She married, as her first husband, Llewelyn ab Sitsyllt, one of the most celebrated Princes of Wales. The mother of this Llewelyn was Princes Trawst, daughter and heiress of Elissau, second son of Anarwd, Princes of North Wales, the eldest son of Roderick the Great.

~History of the Princes, the Lords Marcher, and the Ancient Nobility of Powys Fadog, Vol. I, p. 66

• Background Information. 1012
The ancestry of Elissau ap Anarawd given by Charles Cawley is:

Beli, King of Gwynedd
Iago ap Beli, d. 616
Cadfan ap Iago, d. 625, King of Gwynedd
Cadwallon ap Cadfan, d. 633, King of Gwynedd
Cadwallon ap Cadwallon, d. 664, "Fendigard," King of Gwynedd
Idwal ap Cadwaladr, King of Gwynedd
Rhodri ap Idwal "Molwynog," d. 754, King of Gwynedd
Cynan ap Rhodri Dindaethwy, King of Gwynedd.
Ethyll verch Cynan of Gwynedd married to Gwriad
Merfyn ap Gwriad "Frych", d. 844, married Nest of Powys, daughter of Cadell ap Bochwell

Rhodri ap Merfyn married to Anghard of Seisyllwg, daughter of Meurig ap Dyfnwallon, King of Seisyllwg.
Anarawd ap Rhodri
, killed in battled, 943

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