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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
            Guest  Contributions

On this page, we present papers contributed by our readers, which we believe merit inclusion in any comprehensive review of Ancient Welsh history

Exploring the Story of Carausius

Submitted by:  
        Dr John Pitts, MB, BS, MSc, PhD resides in Southampton, U.K (but is currently in the process of moving back home to Wales where he was reared) and is a retired General Practitioner and medical educationalist.  Having always been interested in history, his attention fell upon a document which purported to trace his fiancee's Family History back to the 14th century. During the 2020 COVID lockdown, he began his own research of her ancestry. With the assistance of Darrell Wolcott and others, he concluded that project in December, 2020 by publishing a 48 page booklet summarizing his findings.  That work led to additional projects to explore some of the famous historical figures whom he had met along his journey.
          Dr John Pitts has since published, in 2022, an historical novel "Rebellion - Carausius & Allectus, the Welshmen Who Stole the Roman Empire".  It is a 208 page softcover book available at Amazon and other booksellers.