Rulers of Brycheiniog - The Unanswered Questions
Traces the kings of Brycheiniog (also called Brecknock)
from the 7th to the 11th centuries, after the line of Brychan daughtered-out. Following an extended rule by men descended
from the Irish Deisi tribe of south Wales, the 10th century found this kingdom in the hands of men descended from the Gwent
Welshmen Named Maenyrch
Identifies 4 different men named Maenyrch found in
the early manuscripts, 3 of whom had a father named Dryffin, and all of whom resided in Brycheiniog.
Bleddyn ap Maenyrch, King of Brycheiniog
Identifies both a son and grandson of this man, both
named Gwgan, who are usually conflated in the pedigree manuscripts. Also discusses another Bleddyn ap Maenyrch who was
the grandson of a brother of King Bleddyn.
Family of Drymbenog ap Maenyrch
Describes two men named Drymbenog ap Maenyrch, and
separates the same-named men descended from each, ending with 4 same-named sons of both men named Llewelyn ap Moriddig ap
Gwgan ap Llewelyn ap Moriddig
Attempts to separate several conflated cousin lines,
including one which extends back to Maenyrch ap Dryffin and others which began with this Gwgan.
Rhydderch Ddu of Tal-y-llyn
Separates two men named Rhydderch Ddu who are conflated
by Bartrum on his family charts, even though he does depict two different ancestries for a single man.