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  • ID: I8000
  • Name: Nesta Verch Rhys
  • Sex: F
  • Note: 1

    Heiress of Carew.
    Married 2nd Stephen, Constable of Cardigan Castle. She was not married to Henry I.
    Nest, the daughter of Rhys ap Tewdwr and wife of Gerald of Windsor, was renowned for her beauty. As a princess of Deheubarth she was a notable 'catch' for Gerald in his bid to establish himself more firmly in Dyfed. There were three sons from the union and a daughter, Angharad, who became, in turn, the mother of Gerald of Wales.
    The abduction of Nest in 1109 from the castle of Cenarth Bychan by her second cousin, Owain ap Cadwgan, is fully documented in the medieval 'Chronicle of the Princes'.
    (Guidebook for Cilgerran Castle)
  • _UID: E82010A356084716B5D716AFDFEA7A677180
  • Change Date: 1 SEP 2011

    Father: Rhys ap Tewdyr b: in Brittany, France
    Mother: Gwladus verch Rhiwallon

    Marriage 1 Gerald Fitzwalter de Windsor
    • Married:
    1. Has Children William Fitzgerald
    2. Has Children Maurice Fitzgerald b: ABT 1100
    3. Has Children Hadewise de Windsor
    4. Has Children Angareth FitzWalter

    Marriage 2 Henry I ?Beauclerc? of England b: 1068 in Selby, Yorks, England
      1. Has Children Henry FitzHenry
      2. Has Children Robert FitzRoy de Caen b: ABT 1090 in Caen, Normandy, France

      1. Type: Gedcom File
        Title: Jim Weber
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