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  • ID: I221547
  • Name: Llewellyn Fawr ap Iorwerth
  • Surname: Llewellyn Fawr ap Iorwerth
  • Suffix: The Great, Pr. of Wales & Aberffraw
  • Sex: M
  • Change Date: 5 MAY 2005
  • Note: Sources disagree on the name of the mother of Gruffydd, some say it is Gwenllian. 1 2 3 4
  • Birth: 1173 in of Caernarvonshire, Wales
  • Event: Prince of North Wales Reigned BET 1194 AND 1240 North Wales
  • Event: Acceded 1194
  • Death: 11 APR 1240 in Aberconway, A, Wales
  • Burial: Conway

    Marriage 1 Gwenllian
    • Married:

    Marriage 2 Tangwystl Goch b: ABT 1168 in of Rhos, D, Wales
      1. Has Children Gruffydd ap Llywelyn Fawr b: BET 1196 AND 1207 in Caernarvonshire, Wales
      2. Has Children Gwladys Ddu of Wales b: 1194 in of Caernarvonshire, Wales
      3. Has No Children Helen

      Marriage 3 Joan Princess of Wales b: 1201
      • Married: 1206
      1. Has No Children Dafydd ap Llywelyn Fawr
      2. Has Children Helena (Elen)
      3. Has Children Angharad of Wales
      4. Has Children Margaret of Wales b: 1202
      5. Has No Children Tegwared-y-Bais Wen

      1. Abbrev: Internet, Newspapers, television, etc.
        Title: Internet, Newspapers, television, etc.
        Page: http://geocities.com/Athens/Aegean/2444/Anarawd.htm
      2. Abbrev: Internet, Newspapers, television, etc.
        Title: Internet, Newspapers, television, etc.
        Page: http://www.dcs.hull.ac.uk/cgi-bin/gedlkup/n=royal?royal01913
      3. Abbrev: Family Search
        Title: Family Search Website
      4. Abbrev: Internet
        Title: Internet
        Text: Llywelyn Fawr "the Great" ap Iowerth, Prince of Wales who defeated his uncle Dafydd in 1194 and was acknowledged as overlord by other Welsh princes. At first Llywelyn was on good terms with King John of England and he married King John's daughter Joan in 1206. However, after King John attacked him in 1210, Llywelyn allied hinself with the barons who opposed King John. When the barons pressured King John to sigh the Magna Charta in 1215, the rights of Llywelyn and the Welsh were recognised.
        Born in 1173 probably at Dolwyddelan Castle. Died on November 4, 1240 at Aberconwy

        Llwelyn married first to Gwenllian.

        Llwelyn married second to Joan, a daughter of King John of England and they had the following children:

        Dafydd ap Llywelyn Fawr who succeeded his father as Prince of Gwynedd from 1240 until his death in 1246. The throne then passed to his nephew Llywelyn ap Gruffydd ap Llywelyn Fawr.
        Elen (Helena, Helen) who married first to John le Scot, Earl of Huntington and second to Robert de Quincy, son of Magna Charta Surety Saher de Quincy. For details, see Robert de Quincy.
        Margaret verch Llywelyn
        Tegwared-y-Bais Wen

        Llwelyn married third to Tangwystyl Goch and they had the following children:

        Gruffydd ap Llywelyn Fawr
        Llywelyn ap Gruffydd ap Llywelyn Fawr, also known as "Llywelyn the Last", Prince of Wales from 1246 to 1282). Llywelyn paid homage to King Henry III in 1247, but after rebelling several times he was killed in battle on December 11, 1282 during the reign of King Edward I. Llwelyn was the last of the Welsh princes to rule over an independent Wales.
        Gwladus Ddu "the Dark"
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