Guest-written Papers
Reference Abbreviations
Guidance Articles for Researchers
Single Family Analysis
Families of Mixed Origin
Family Pedigrees
Mis-identified Same-Named People in Wales
Battles and Historical Events
Ancient Welsh Territories
Welshmen in Llydaw, Brittany
The Men of the North
Legendary History Prior to 1st Century BC
Beli Mawr and Llyr Llediath in Welsh Pedigrees
Papers Related to Maxen Wledig
Bartrum's "Pedigrees of the Welsh Tribal Patriarchs"
Britain's Royal Roman Family
The Royal Family of Powys
2nd Powys Royal Dynasty
The Royal Family of Gwynedd
Men Descended from Tudwal Gloff
Royal Family of Gwent/ Glamorgan
Royal Family of Brycheiniog
15 Noble Tribes of Gwynedd
The 5 Plebian Tribes of Wales
Glast and the Glastening
Papers about Rhiryd Flaidd and Penllyn
The Men of Collwyn ap Tangno of Lleyn
Edwin of Tegeingl and his Family
Ednowain Bendew in Welsh pedigrees
Ithel of Bryn in Powys
Idnerth Benfras of Maesbrook
Tudor Trefor and his Family
Trahaearn ap Caradog of Arwystli
The Family of Trahaearn ap Caradog
Cadafael Ynfyd of Cydewain
Maredudd ap Owain, King of Deheubarth
Sandde Hardd of Mortyn
The Floruit of Einion ap Seisyllt
The 5 Dafydd Llwyds of Llanwrin Parish
Cowryd ap Cadfan of Dyffryn Clwyd
Osbwrn Wyddel of Cors Gedol
Bradwen of Llys Bradwen in Meirionydd
Who Was Sir Robert Pounderling?
Sir Aaron ap Rhys
Eidio Wyllt - What Was His Birthname?
Ifor Bach, Lord of Senghenydd
Ancestors and Children of the Lord Rhys

        Men Descended from Tudwal Gloff

Llowarch ap Bran, Lord of Menai

Discusses problems with the traditional pedigree of the only Anglesey family among the men descended from Tudwal Gloff 

Hedd ap Alunog of Llanfair Talhearn

Proposes corrections to the standard pedigree of the man sometimes called "Hedd Molwynog" and who resided at Tudwal Gloff's former manor in Uwch Aled, Rhufoniog

Meuter Fawr, Son of Hedd

Performs a chronological analysis of one family and concludes, among other things, that "Meuter" was not a male birth name but a corrupt spelling of "meudwy" meaning "recluse"

Einion ap Celynin of Llwydiarth

Detailed discussion of a family branch which relocated from southwest Wales to Powys, but probably not at the time nor for the reasons given by most historians

Llewelyn ap Hoedliw, Lord of Is Cerdin

Suggests this descendant of Tudwal Gloff also descended maternally from the Royal Family of Ceredigion, which failed in the male line in the early 11th century

Selyf, Brennin Dyfed

Discusses two men called Selyf, the first of which was born in Dyfed but relocated to the far corner of northeast Ystrad Tywy in 1093, where he had married an heiress set to inherit a fortune in land.  The second Selyf was his grandson, who began a multi-generation copying of male birth names first used by the senior line of his family

Llowdden Hen of Uwch Aeron

Identifies and dates 4 men named Llowdden in this extended family, all of which named a son Rhys, and 3 of those Rhys named a son Ieuan.  Also isolates 3 different men named Rhys Fongam in this family.

Gwynfardd Dyfed and His Family

An introduction to the "bard" who is known as the patriarch of a large family, but whose accomplishments as a bard are wholly unknown.

Tudwal Gloff was perhaps the youngest son of Rhodri Mawr