Name: Roger Vaughan 1
Death: BEF 25 SEP 1514
Residence: Porthaml, Brecknockshire
Change Date: 24 AUG 2008
The VAUGHAN family, of Porthaml, parish of Talgarth, Brecknock was founded by ROGER VAUGHAN, second son of Sir Roger Vaughan of Tretower.
He was possibly the Roger Vaughan of Tyle-glas who was pardoned on 9 July 1491, and figures again in Henry VIII's pardon roll (1509) as Roger ap Roger of Tyle-glas, or Roger Vaughan of Talgarth.
He was granted the offices of steward and receiver of the lordship of Dinas, 17 Jan. 1509, and was dead before 25 Sept. 1514, when those offices were granted to Sir Griffith ap Rice.
His wife was Joan, daughter of Robert Whitney by Constance, daughter of James, lord Audley. The Vaughans of Tregunter descended from his second son, Thomas Vaughan. The heir, WATKIN VAUGHAN, m. Joan, daughter of Ieuan Gwilym Vaughan of White Peyton.
Father: Roger Vaughan b: 1414
Mother: Denise or Eva verch Thomas
- Watkin Vaughan
- Text: Dictionary of Welsh Biography
The National Library of Wales
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