Section AKV: Descendants of Prince Llewellyn ap Seisyll

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Report generated by MagiCensus Deluxe v5.1.0 on 29 June 2017
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Generation One

1. PRINCE LLEWELLYN AP1 SEISYLL of North Wales, Wales, United Kingdom was born in 980, and died in 1023. He married in 994, QUEEN ANGHARAT II _____ of Powys, Wales. [2, 5]
This person exists on "The Royal Line" chart going back to Joseph of
Arimathea of the Bible.
Child:
+2i.PRINCE GRUFFYDD AP2 LLYWELYN of North Wales, b. about 1024; d. on 5 Aug. 1063[1]; m. in 1057 (ACF-4) EDITH OF MERCIA, d. after 1086[1], daughter of (ACF-3) Elgar, Earl and Alfgifu (_____).


Generation Two

2. PRINCE GRUFFYDD AP2 LLYWELYN (Llewellyn ap SEISYLL1) of North Wales, son of (1) Prince Llewellyn ap1 and Queen Angharat II (_____), was born between 993/4 and 1024, and died on 5 Aug. 1063[1]. He married in 1057, (ACF-4) EDITH OF MERCIA, daughter of (ACF-3) Elgar, Earl and Alfgifu (_____), who died after 1086[1]. [3, 1]
Child:
+3i.NESTA3 OF NORTH WALES of Rhuddlan, Flintshire, Wales, b. about 1055[1]; m. (QN-2) OSBORN FITZ RICHARD of Watton at Stone, Hertfordshire, England, United Kingdom, b. between 1045 and 1060[1], d. in England after 1100[1], son of (QN-1) Richard FITZ SCROB.


Generation Three

3. NESTA3 OF NORTH WALES (Gruffydd ap LLYWELYN2, Llewellyn ap SEISYLL1) of Rhuddlan, daughter of (2) Prince Gruffydd ap2 and (ACF-4) Edith (of MERCIA), was born about 1055[1], and died between 1069 and 1173. She married (QN-2) OSBORN FITZ RICHARD of Watton at Stone, son of (QN-1) Richard FITZ SCROB, who was born between 1045 and 1060[1], and died after 1100[1] in England. [4, 6, 1]
Child: See (QN-2) Osborn FITZ RICHARD



1. Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th ed. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1999).
2. Ibid., (176-1).
3. Ibid., (176-2, 177-1).
4. Ibid., (176-3, 177-2).
5. W. H. Turton, The Plantagenet Ancestry (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1928), 130.
6. Ibid., 78.