Note: Sources conflict on the given name of his wife (Elinor Vaughan currently in WikiTree):
Bartrum, which names her Margaret (see Bartrum: Drymbenog 2(C1) and Gamage 1). Richardson names her Eleanor, "daughter of Roger Vaughan of Tretower, Breconshire, Wales" (see Richardson's Plantagenet Ancestry,p 135; also Eleanor in Richardson's Royal Ancestry (2013)). One site names her Elinor 'Margred'. Dictiontionary of Welsh Biography names her Eleanor: "John Gamage 's son, MORGAN, m. Eleanor, daughter of Sir Roger Vaughan of Tretower" (#DWB).
Sir Thomas Gamage ([Gamage 2]), married (1) Margred f. Sir John St. John ([St. John (1)]), (2) Joyce f. Sir Richard Croft, (mistress) daughter of Richard Spernell
"The Gamages were of Roggiet, and became lords of Coety in Newcastle Hundred, in Glamorgan, in 1414, by inheritance from the Turbervilles. St. Michael [is?] Llanfihangel Roggiet; Roggiet is nearby; Nanvacherys is probably Llanvaches, which was held at the survey of Wentwood in 1271 by John Martell, whose dau. and heiress m. Robert de Gamage (Hist.MON, IV, 185)."
↑ see also John Burke, A genealogical and heraldic history of the commoners of Great Britain and Ireland,p 654
↑ William Raglan had 8 children by Elizabeth. The eldest, "Robert Raglan of Trevychan, esq., ... inherited Trevychan from his father. He married Ann Gamage who was the daughter of Morgan Gamage of Coyty, co. Glamorgan, esq., and by her had a daughter [Elizabeth], only daughter and sole heir [who] married Edward Stradling, esq., third son of Sir..." (Google books snippit of page 41, Volume 1, The Raglands: The History of a British-American Family, by Charles J. Ragland)
↑William Bawdrip m "Jane (W), d. of Morgan Gamage of Coity, co. Glamorgan" (see his profile for source citation)
↑ Google book snippit, p 21, The Publications of the Harleian Society, Volume 14 (1996)