EDNOWAIN BENDEW IN
papers relate to the men, or their families, whom Peter Bartrum calls "Ednowain Bendew" and Ednowain Bendew II" in his
Ednowain Bendew ap Neiniad
Outlines most of what is known about this Tegeingl man
who was born c. 1020 and who was the "original" Ednowain Bendew.
Maredudd ap Ednowain Bendew
Summarizes our work in identifying and dating this man, leading
us to assign him as a son of the c. 1020 Ednowain Bendew
Gwyn ap Ednowain Bendew
Recites our research and conclusions that he was a son of
the c. 1020 Ednowain Bendew
Ednowain Bendew II
Explains why Peter Bartrum invented an Ednowain Bendew II
because his son, Madog, was born far too late to be a son of the c. 1020 Ednowain Bended ap Neiniad; argues this man was actually
Owain ap Edwin of Tegeingl.
Owain ap Edwin of Tegeingl
Seeks to explain why the family descended from Madog ap Owain
ap Edwin, in the 16th century, replaced their ancestor's name in their pedigree with the name Ednowain Bendew
Pedigree of "Madog ap Ednowain Bendew II"
A detailed family pedigree, down to about the year 1400,
of the descendants of the Madog who Bartrum calls a son of Ednowain Bendew II