Clement-Jones family v2/21 - Person Sheet
Clement-Jones family v2/21 - Person Sheet
NameGruffudd II ap Madog, 16502
Death1269
MotherEsylt , 16505
Spouses
ChildrenGruffudd Fychan I , 16498 (1289-)
Notes for Gruffudd II ap Madog
Lord of Dinas Bran

He was the eldest son of Madog ap Gruffydd Maelor and inherited his father's lands and title in partial succession along with his four brothers Gruffydd Ial, Maredudd, Hywel and Madog Fychan.

The Kingdom of Powys Fadog had previously been unified under one leader but now had five and was subjected to outside forces as well.


Marriage

He married Emma (1224 - c1278), daughter of Henry de Audley and of Bertrade Mainwaring.

Death & Issue

He died in 1269 (or 1270) leaving issue:

Madog II, succeeded his father and was killed in battle with the English in 1277.

Llywelyn.
Owain, whose daughter, Gweirca ferch Owain, has the oldest dated grave slab in Wales.
Gruffydd Fychan I succeeded his eldest brother in 1277 and died in 1289.
Angharad d. 1308. m (after 1261) William le Boteler of Wem, Shropshire (-1283). One of their children was William Boteler, 1st Baron Boteler (second creation).
Margery ferch Gruffydd b. 1261 She married Sir John de Arderne.
Powys Fadog was divided, in accordance with Welsh custom, between his sons:

Madog received Maelor.
Gruffudd had Iâl and Edeirnion, which included Glyndyfrdwy.[1]
Swydd y Waun (containing the commotes of Cynllaith and Nanheudwy) was divided between Llywelyn and Owain.
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