Was Bran Fendigaid the son-in-law of Joseph of Arimathea?

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(See SILURIA 1)  - Was "Arch Druid Bran (Bran Fendigaid ap) "Fendigaid means The Blessed" Llyr LlediaithArch Druid formerly Siluria" married to Anna of Arimathea, daughter of Joseph of Arimathea, who requested the body of Jesus Christ after his death?  Has anyone researched this?  

WikiTree profile: Bran Ap Siluria
in The Tree House by Kevin Maxey G2G5 (5.5k points)

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He was the subject of very old legends, about which we now have some documentation on the profile itself.
by Jack Day G2G6 Pilot (376k points)
selected by Helen Ford
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I know these genealogies go around, but they are, I am sorry to say, fictional. The city of jerusalem was destroyed in the Judean War of AD 70 and any written records of the nobility of the city were lost.

We know that Joseph ,like all Jews, was descended from Abraham. That we can be sure of.
by Susan Scarcella G2G6 Mach 7 (71.1k points)
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YES! It is actually true. Many Historians have documented this informatin, though it is hidden because it points to the fact that Jesus had family and the bloodline could be carried on. Joseph went to Britain/Europe, Gaul/France, as an apostle traveling with many others and bringing his daughter with him. Bran traveled to Rome during a time when he met and was baptized by Paul and developed relationships with Apostles while they were all in Rome. Bran at that time was the first to convert to Christianity who was a Royal. There is a lot of info on these facts and the storyline around these ancient royals and their impact during those years. But again, the apostles and Joseph speant a lot of time in Europe and Bran and Anna would have been married there, not in the middle east or Jerusalem. InFact, most of the apostles had to flee that area because of war. This is how the gospel first begins to spread.
by E Holland G2G Rookie (230 points)

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