Categories: Brecknockshire, Wales.
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Note: I suggest that this "3rd son" of Roger and Gwladus was not a child or grandchild of Gwladus, but was raised by her with his uncles after his father and her husband died in 1415 at the Battle of Agincourt. A son born to Gwladus in 1410 could not have been the "recently married son, Roger" mentioned in Roger of Bredwardine's Wikipedia biography. But a son born of a previous marriage could have been: see this profile of Roger Ieuange, suggested son of Roger of Bredwardine and an unknown mother, who died in 1415 and left a son, Roger of Tretower, who was raised by Gwladus.
Sir Roger Vaughan of Tretower, mentioned in page 3 of this pedigree, besides the children there named had several illegitimate sons and daughters; some of them are noticed as ancestors of several branches of this family;
Created by Dave Newman March 2011.
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On 26 Apr 2018 at 20:18 GMT Susie Brown wrote:
On 17 Jul 2015 at 03:28 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote:
On 12 Jul 2015 at 20:41 GMT Rev Daniel Washburn Jones wrote:
I doubt seriously, that a 14 y.o. was one of the (apparently few) Brecons that bested the 16 French Knights ... I suppose its possible, but doesn't seem right.
On 12 Jul 2015 at 14:40 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote:
re: comment on Denys marriage -dates are guesstimates - source for marriage is History of Breckinshire, pp. 506/7
On 12 Jul 2015 at 03:13 GMT Liz (Noland) Shifflett wrote:
Any idea of the source for the 1431 marriage - or the 1410 birth?
On 12 Jul 2015 at 00:57 GMT Rev Daniel Washburn Jones wrote:
Roger is 18 degrees from George Bush, 20 degrees from Rick San Soucie and 15 degrees from Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.