Legendary History Prior to 1st Century BC
Beli Mawr and Llyr Llediath in Welsh Pedigrees
The Bartrum "Welsh Genealogies"
Bartrum's "Pedigrees of the Welsh Tribal Patriarchs"
A study in charting medieval citations
The Evolution of the "Padriarc Brenin" Pedigree
Generational Gaps and the Welsh Laws
Minimum Age for Welsh Kingship in the Eleventh Century
The Lands of the Silures
Catel Durnluc aka Cadell Ddyrnllwg
Ancient Powys
The Royal Family of Powys
The Royal Family of Gwynedd
The 5 Plebian Tribes of Wales
Maxen Wledig of Welsh Legend
Maxen Wledig and the Welsh Genealogies
Anwn Dynod ap Maxen Wledig
Constans I and his 343 Visit to Britain
Glast and the Glastening
Composite Lives of St Beuno
Rethinking the Gwent Pedigrees
The Father of Tewdrig of Gwent
Another Look at Teithfallt of Gwent
Ynyr Gwent and Caradog Freich Fras
Llowarch ap Bran, Lord of Menai
Rulers of Brycheiniog - The Unanswered Questions
Lluan ferch Brychan
The Herbert Family Pedigree
Edwin of Tegeingl and his Family
Angharad, Heiress of Mostyn
Ithel of Bryn in Powys
Idnerth Benfras of Maesbrook
Henry, the Forgotten Son of Cadwgan ap Bleddyn
The Muddled Pedigree of Sir John Wynn of Gwydir
The Mysterious Peverel Family
The Clan of Tudor Trevor
The Other "Sir Roger of Powys"
Ancestry of Ieuaf ap Adda ap Awr of Trevor
The Retaking of Northeast Wales
Hedd Molwynog or Hedd ap Alunog of Llanfair Talhearn
"Meuter Fawr" son of Hedd ap Alunog
The Medieval "redating" of Braint Hir
Aaron Paen ap Y Paen Hen
Welsh Claims to Ceri after 1179
The Battle of Mynydd Carn
Trahaearn ap Caradog of Arwystli
Cadafael Ynfyd of Cydewain
Maredudd ap Robert, Lord of Cedewain
Cadwgan of Nannau
Maredudd ap Owain, King of Deheubarth
What Really Happened in Deheubarth in 1022?
Two Families headed by a Rhydderch ap Iestyn
The Era of Llewelyn ap Seisyll
Cynfyn ap Gwerystan, the Interim King
The Consorts and Children of Gruffudd ap Llewelyn
The 1039 Battle at Rhyd y Groes
The First Wife of Bleddyn ap Cynfyn
Hywel ap Gronwy of Deheubarth
The Brief Life of Gruffudd ap Maredudd
The Other Gwenwynwyn
Eunydd son of Gwenllian
Sandde Hardd of Mortyn
The Floruit of Einion ap Seisyllt
The Enigmatic Elystan Glodrydd
Cowryd ap Cadfan of Dyffryn Clwyd
Owain ap Cadwgan and Nest ferch Rhys - An Historic Fiction?
The "sons" of Owain ap Cadwgan ap Bleddyn
The Betrayal by Meirion Goch Revisited
Gwyn Ddistain, seneschal for Llewelyn Fawr
The Men of Lleyn - How They Got There
Trahaearn Goch of Lleyn
Einion vs Iestyn ap Gwrgan - The Conquest of Glamorgan
Dafydd Goch ap Dafydd - His Real Ancestry
Thomas ap Rhodri - Father of Owain "Lawgoch"
The "Malpas" Family in Cheshire
Einion ap Celynin of Llwydiarth
Marchweithian, Lord of Is Aled, Rhufoniog
Osbwrn Wyddel of Cors Gedol
Bradwen of Llys Bradwen in Meirionydd
Ednowain ap Bradwen
Sorting out the Gwaithfoeds
Three Men called Iorwerth Goch "ap Maredudd"
The Caradog of Gwynedd With 3 Fathers
Who Was Sir Robert Pounderling?
Eidio Wyllt - What Was His Birthname?
The Legendary Kingdom of Seisyllwg
The Royal Family of Ceredigion
Llewelyn ap Hoedliw, Lord of Is Cerdin
The Ancestry of Owain Glyndwr
Welsh Ancestry of the Tudor Dynasty
Gruffudd ap Rhys, the Homeless Prince
The Children of Lord Rhys
Maredudd Gethin ap Lord Rhys
The 'Next Heir' of Morgan of Caerleon
Pedigree of the ancient Lords of Ial
The Shropshire Walcot Family
Pedigree of "Ednowain Bendew II"
Pedigree of Cynddelw Gam

         Bartrum suggest a single pedigree for this man:
         "Gruffudd Fraslwyd ap Gruffudd ap Meilyr ap Selyf ap Brochwel ap Aeddan ap Cyngen ap Eliseg..."
         His note on this pedigree reads:
         "Gruffudd Fraslwyd, of Pwll Glas in Trefeglwys near Llanidloes, Arwystli.  His birth was c. 1300.  The male line of his descendants seems to have died out after five generations."
          Called "fat and gray", this Gruffudd was born c. 1255 as the second of four consecutive men named Gruffudd.  The family seems to have "daughtered out" in the 15th century, the last male being Lewys ap Dafydd ap Llewelyn ap Gruffudd Fychan ap Gruffudd Llwyd ap Gruffudd Frasllwyd ap Gruffudd.[1]
           The Brochwel ap Aeddan in his ancestry was not "ap Cyngen ap Eliseg"[2], but Brochwel IV of c. 1110 ap Aeddan IV ap Selyf III.[3]  The Meilyr ap Selyf was a son of Selyf IV:
                                 1045  Selyf III
                               1075  Aeddan IV
                               1110  Brochwel IV
                                 1145  Selyf IV
                                 1185  Meilyr[4]
                               1220  Gruffudd
                           1255  Gruffudd Frasllwyd
[1] Dwnn 1, 317 cites Catryn ferch Lewys ap Dafydd who married Owain Gwyn ap Llewelyn Llwyd of Llanidloes, Arwystli, as the only known child of the last male in this family
[2] Eliseg, of Pillar fame, had no son named Cyngen.  Probably the pedigree author meant Cyngen ap Brochwel ap Eliseg, father of the first Aeddan who named a son Brochwel
[3]  The entire pedigree back to the c. 685 Eliseg is shown in our paper #18 for Maredudd Benwyn
[4]  Some would equate this Meilyr with the c. 1190 Meilyr Gryg of Gregynog, but see the paper "The First Meilyr Gryg of Gregynog" under "The Royal Family of Powys" elsewhere on this site