|Statement||by W.V. Lloyd.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 67962 (C)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||396|
|LC Control Number||84221936|
Rev. W V Lloyd (), Description of the Armorial Insignia of the Vaughans of Llwydiarth, T. Richards, London. This site powered by The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding ©, v. , written by Darrin Lythgoe In Mont. Coll., xiv, is an illustrated article on the thirty armorial shields originally on the Vaughan pew in the church of Llanfihangel-yng-Ngwynfa, Montgomeryshire, later transferred to Wynnstay chapel. The same volume also contains a drawing of Llwydiarth (now demolished), taken from the duke of Beaufort's ‘Progress’ in [see Dinely ]. Buy william valentine Books at Shop amongst our popular books, includ Description of the Armorial Insignia of the Vaughans of Llwydiarth; Which Once Surrounded Their, The Sheriffs of Montgomeryshire, With Notices of Their Families, to and more from william valentine. Description of the Armorial Insignia of the Vaughans of Llwydiarth – Rev W V Lloyd () Genealogical & Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage & Baronetage of the British Empire () Heraldic Visitations of Wales and Part of the Marches Vol 1 – Sir S R Meyrick ()5/5(1).
Lady Diana's 9-Great Grandmother. Husband/Partner: John (of Nantcribba) PURCELL Child: Katherine PURCELL-- John (of Caer Gai) ap HYWEL FYCHAN +. Family and Education. b. c,2 5th but 3rd or 4th surv. s. of Owen Vaughan (d) of Llwydiarth and 1st ine, da. and h. of Maurice ap Robert of Llangedwyn, Denb.3 educ.I. Temple , called unm. suc. nephew Herbert Vaughan bur. 8 Oct. [ward] Vaughan. VAUGHAN, Edward (d. ), of Llwydiarth, Mont. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons , Mont. by Eleanor, da. of Sir Robert Vaughan of Llwydiarth, at least 1s. d.v.p. 2da. suc. Edward Vaughan† to estates of Llwydiarth and Llangedwyn, Denb. ; fa. Vaughan, the adopted heir of his wife’s. Description of the Armorial Insignia of the Vaughans of Llwydiarth – Rev W V Lloyd () Devises et Emblemes Anciennes et Modernes - D De La Feuille () [French] Die Wappen Aller Souveränen Länder der Erde - J Ruhl () [German].
Vaughans of Glanllyn The coat of arms of the Vaughan's of Glanllyn is descended from Rhirid Flaidd Lord of Penllyn, Eifionnydd and Pennant Melangell; he resided at Rhiwaedog, near Bala. Late medieval genealogists make Rhirid the son of Gwrengau, claiming pedigree going back to Cunedda Wledig. VAUGHAN, Edward (d), of Llwydiarth, Mont. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons , ed. R. Sedgwick, Available from Boydell and Brewer. The Margaret Vaughan of Caer Gai with the correct age would be the daughter of Rowland Vaughan, descended from the Vaughans of Llwydiarth. This Margaret shares ancestors with Owen Humphrey's mother, Elizabeth ferch John and also her husband, Robert Owen of Fron Goch. Re: Vaughans of Llwydiarth By Ronald Crockett Ap at In reply to: Re: Vaughans of Llwydiarth. Caspar Verney 11/23/ I'm sorry my posting was so long and complicated. I do not have the dates with certainty. The surname Vaughn is derived from Fychan which in Welsh means junior, or smaller. John Vaughan = Dorothy Fychan.