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Roberts of Hafod y Bwch, and Lloyd



of Plus Madog in Rhiwabon Parish. (See
article Lloyd of Plas Madog.)

II. Ednyfed, to. Gwladys, dau of Aldwd
ap Owen ap Edwyn, Prince of Tegeingl,
and was ancestor of the Broughtons of
Marchwiael and Ellis's of Alrhey.

III. Gruffydd.

IV. Bleddyn.

V. Hoedliw.

VI. David, whose line we treat of.

VII. Hwfa, to. Gwenllian, dau. of leuan ap
Owen Gwynedd.

VIII. Llewelyn.

IX. Einion.

X. Jorwerth.

XI. Jefaf.

XII. Bledrws.
The sixth son

David ap Cynwrig, was father of Ma-
dog ap David, whose son, Meredydd ap
Madog, was father of

Jevan or John ap Meredydd, whose
son,

Madog Danwr of Llangurig, commanded
the army of Gwenwynwyn, Prince of Powys
Wenwynwyn, and for his bravery in battle,
had the whole parish of Llangurig given to
him by the Prince, a.d. 1187, and an aug-
mentation of his arms of "a border gu, charged
with a semee of annulets argt." He m. a dau.
of — ap Cadwgan ap Elystan Glodrydd,
Prince of Fferlis, and by her had four sons,
viz. : — I. Idnerth Goch ; II. Mkredydd, of
whom presently ; III. Philip ; and IV. Gruf-
fydd. The second son,

Meredydd ap Madog Danwr, Lord of
Aberhafesp and Dolfachwen, m. Dyddgu,dau.
of Llewelyn ap Einion ap Llewelyn ap Meilir
Grug, of Llwyn Melyn, Esq., 18th in lineal
descent from Brochwal Ysgythrog, King of
Powys, and by this lady had four sons,
viz. : —

I. Jorwerth, who to. Jannettc, dau. of
Rhys ap Adda Fychan ap Adda Goch.

II. Llewelyn, of whom we treat.

III. Gruffydd, ancestor of the Cefn yr Ha-
fodau family.

IV. Philip.
The second son,

Llewelyn ap Meredydd, was father of
Howel Lloyd of Llangurig, whose son,

Gruffydd was father, besides a younger
son, Rhys Dim of Pont-y-Rhydgaled, who to,
Margaret, dau. of Evan ap Rhys Gethyn of
Creuddyn, Esq., ap Evan ap Rhys ap Llawd-
den, Lord of Uwch Aeron, of an elder son
and heir,

Evan of Llangurig, who to. 1st, Gwenllian,
dau. of Jenkyn ap Gruffydd ap Jorwerth ap
Philip ap Meredydd ap Madog Danwr, and
by her had a son and heir Jenkyn Goch, of
whom presently. Evan to. 2ndly Gwenllian,
dau. of Rhys ap David ap Evan ap Rhys ap
Llewelyn, and by her had a daughter, wife



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of David ap Rhys ap Adda Dim of Henfaes,
Esq., descended from Cadwgan, Lord of
Nannau. The son of the first marriage, Jen-
kyn Goch of Clochfaen in Llangurig, Esq.,
in. Catherine, dau. and heiress of Maurice
Fychan ap Maurice ap Madog of Kerry, p]sq.,
lineally descended from Elystan Glodrydd,
Prince of Ferlis, and by this marriage had
issue two sons and two daughters, viz. :

Maurice, his heir.

Morgan.

Catherine, m. to John Wynn ap Jenkyn of
Gofwyn, Esq.

Tangwystyl or Angharad, in. to Llewelyn
Lloyd, Esq., of Llanidloes, descended
from Cadwgan, Lord of Nannau.

The elder son, and heir

Maurice ap Jenkyn Goch of Clochfaen,
Esq., in. Margaret, dau. of Llewelyn ap Rhys
Lloyd, Esq., of Creuddyn, co. Cardigan, ap
Evan ap Llewelyn, descended from Gwaeth-
foed, Lord of Cardigan, and by her had issue :

I. Evan ap Maurice, of Clochfaen.

II. Owain ap Maurice, of Clochfaen.

III. Jenkyn ap Maurice, of whom pre-
sently.

IV. William ap Maurice.

I. Ellen, in. to Llewelyn ap Maurice ap
Rhys ap Adda.

II. GOLEUBRYD.

[II. Mallt, in. Thomas ap David Deg, of
Carno, descended from Einion ap Seisyllt,
Lord of Mathafam.

The third son,

Jenkyn ap Maurice, Esq., m. Catherine,
dau. of Morgan ap Rhys ap Howel, Esq., and
had with a younger son, Evan ap Jenkyn of
Clochfaen Issa, an elder son and heir,

David Lloyd, Esq., who in. Catherine,
dau. of Evan ap David ap Guto, Esq., of
Creuddyn, descended through Llowddyn,
Lord of Uwch Aeron, from Edwyn ap
Goronwy, Prince of Tegeingl, and had issue
two sons and a dau., viz. : —

Evan David, his heir.

Jenkyn ap David, who m. Elizabeth, dau.
of Owain Blaeney, Esq.

Ellen, wife of Maurice ap Rhys ap Llew-
elyn ap Evan ap Howel Lloyd of Llan-
gurig.

The elder son and heir,

Evan David Lloyd, Esq , of Clochfaen,
m. Margaret, dau. of David Lloyd Blayney,
Esq., of Tregynon, and sister of Edward,
Lord Blayney, of Castle Blayney, descended
from Brochwel Ysgythrog, King of Powys,
and by this lady was father of

Rhys Lloyd, Esq., of Clochfaen, who in.
in 1626 Margaret, dau. of Jenkyn Lloyd,
Esq., of Berth Lloyd (descended from Llew-
elyn aur Dorchog, Lord of Yale), by Doro-
thy his wife, sister of Sir John Walter of
Sarsden, Oxon., Lord Chief Baron of the
Exchequer, and was succeeded by his son,



Edward Lloyd, Esq., of Clochfaen, who
was father, and beside other issue, of two
sons, Rhys, his heir, and Morgan Lloyd, of
Guilan,

The elder son and heir,

Rhys Lloyd, Esq., of Clochfaen, in.
Mallt, dau. of Jones, Esq., of Llanlloddian,
descended from Brochwel Ysgythrog, King
of Powys, and died in 1699 leaving a son
and successor,

Jenkyn Lloyd, Esq., of Clochfaen who
m. at Llangurig 21 Feb, 1698, Rachel, dau.
and heir of John Fowler, Esq , of Abbey
Cwmhir, co. Radnor, and died in 1722, hav-
ing had issue : —

Rhys, his heir.

John of Llwyn Gwyn. Edward.

Anne, m. to Charles Richard, Esq., of
Penglais, co. Cardigan.

Jane, m. to Richard Ingram, son of Robert
Ingram Esq., of Glynhafren, co. Mont-
gomery.

Mary, in. 1st, to Lingen Owen, Esq., of
Bettws Hall, co. Montgomery; and 2nd,
to John Gethyn, Esq., of Fainor, co.
Montgomery.

The eldest son and heir,

Rhys Lloyd, Esq., of Clochfaen, b. 2nd
March, 1699, m. at Llanynys, 20th December,
1723, Sarah, daughter of William Piatt, Esq.,
of Rhydonen, in Dyffryn Clwyd, and by her,
(who died in 1780) had issue a son and heir,
Jenkyn, and three daughters, of whom the
second, Rachel, was Maid of Honour at
Kensington Palace.

Mr. Lloyd, who served as high sheriff for
co. Montgomery, in 1747, died the lollow r ing
year, and was s. by his son and heir,

Jenkyn Lloyd, Esq., of Clochfaen, bapt.
in 1722, who m. at Erbistock, 30th of April,
1743, Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of
Edward Lloyd, Esq., of Plas Madog, co.
Denbigh, and d. in 1766, leaving an only
daughter and heiress,

Sarah Lloyd, of Plas Madog, b. 19 Feb.
1746, who m. 1st, John Edwards, Esq., of
Crogen Iddorrrn Glyn Ceiriog, by whom she
had no issue ; and 2ndly, the Rev. Thomas
Youde, of Galchog, co. Denbigh, by whom
she had issue ;

I. Thomas Watkyn, of Plas Madog, b. in
1775, d. s.2>. in 1820.

II. Charles Madoc, b. in 1778, d. s. p. 1797.

III. Edward, who m. Mary, sister of
Charles Greenaway, Esq., of Barrington,
co. Oxford, and had an only child, Mary-
Jane.

I. Sarah Youde, d. unm. 1798.

II. Julia Youde the present Miss Julia
Youde Lloyd, of Plas Madog and
Clochfaen.

III. Harriet, who in. Jacob William
Hinde, Esq., a Deputy Lieutenant for
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Esq., of Langham Hall, co. Essex, and has
issue : —

1. Jacob Youde William Hinde.

2. Charles Thomas Edward Hinde, to.
Harriet Georgina, dau. of — Souter,
Esq.

3. Edward Lloyd Hinde, d. 1824.

1. Harriet Esther Julia Hinde.

2. Julia Sarah Hinde, d. in 18-43.

3. Mary Charlotte Hinde

Hloirtf, of $laS iWattog.

Ninniaw, eldest son of Cynwrig ap Rhi-
wallon, by Agnes, his wife, dau. of Idnerth
Benfras (see Lloyd of Clochfaen),was father of

J efaf ap Ninniaw, who to. Efa, dau. of
Einion ap Howel ap Jefaf, Lord of Arwystli,
and had issue,

I. Jorwerth, of Llwynonn.

II. Gruffydd, m. Eva, dau. of Bledrws ap
Ednowain Bendew, one of the Fifteen
Tribes of North Wales, and was ancestor
of the family of Hafod-y-Wern.

III. Einion, to. Arddyn, dau. of Trahairn
ap Einion Goch.

IV. Jeuan Frych.

V. Awr, of whom we treat.

VI. Llywarch, ancestor of the Eytons of
Eyton Uchaf, and of the Sontleys of
Sontley, in the parish of Marchwiail : the
last male descendant of the latter family
Robert Sontley, Esq., of Sontley,

Burton Hall, and Bias Uchaf, left by
his wife, a dau. of Hewit of Shireoaks,
Esq., who d. in 1702, an only dau.,
and heiress.

Anne Sontley, who m. John Hill,
Esq., of Rowley's Mansion in
Shrewsbury (of the Soulton family),
and died in 1698, aged 29, having
had by him (who d. 29 March, 1731,
aged 81) a son Thomas, and two
daus. and co-heirs ; the younger
to. - • Thomas, Esq., of Shrewsbury,
the elder,

Mary Hill, to. Thomas Youde, or
Eude, preceptor to King James
III. at St. Germams, and by him
was mother of two sons and a
daughter, viz. —
1. Thomas Youde, Esq., who to.
Dorothy, sister and heir of Eu-
buleap John Jones, Esq.,ofGal-
chog, descended from Llew-
elyn Holbwrch, and by her
(whose mother was Mary, dau.
of Edward Thelwall, Esq., of
Ruthin) had besides a younger
son John, and two daughters,
Dorothy and Mary, an elder son,
The Rev. Thomas Youde of
Bias Madog, who to. Sarah,
dau. of Jenkyn Lloyd, Esq.,
of Clochfacn and Bias Madog,

VOL. II.



and had issue,

Thomas Watkyn.

Edward, who sold Rowley's

Mansion.
Julia Elizabeth, of Clochfacn

and Bias Madog.
Harriet, m. to J. W. Hinde,
Esq.
2. James.

1. Alicia, wife of Rowland
Maddox, Esq. , of Shrewsbury.

VII. Howel.

VIII. Ednowain.

IX. Madog, ancestor of the Badies of
Llanerchrugog, and Delffe.

The fifth son,

Awr ap Jefaf, to. Mali, dau. of Llywarch
ap Trahairn* ap Caradog, Brince of
North Wales, and by her had two sons,
viz. Adda ap Awr, ancestor of the
Jefferies of Acton, and
Jorwerth ap Awr, who was father of
Jorwerth Fychan, who to. 1st, Agnes,
dau. of Hwfa ap Jorwerth ap Gruffydd
ap Jefaf ap Ninniaw, and by her had
two sons,
Howel to. Nest, dau. of Madog Dhu ap
Jorwerth Goch ap Jefaf ap Einion, and
had a dau. and heir Gwenllian, wife of
Llewelyn ap Adda ap Howel, of Trefor.
Jeuan to. Lucy, dau. of Howel ap Edny-
fed ap Jorwerth ap Einion Goch, of
Sontly, Esq.
■ Jorwerth Fychan, m. 2ndly, Margaret, of
Eyton, dau. of Madog ap Llewelyn ap Gruffri,
Lord of Eyton, Erlishara, Borasham, and
Rhiwabon, son of Llewelyn, Lord of Eyton,
a descendant of Tudor Trevor, by Angharad,
his wife, dau. and sole heir of Meredydd ap
Madoc f of Rhiwabon, by Catherine, his
wife, dau. of Gruffydd ap Llewelyn ap
Jorwerth, Brince of Wales. By Margaret
of Eyton, Jorwerth had, besides a dau. Lucy,
wife of Madog Lloyd ap Gruffydd ap Jor-
werth Foel, of Maelor Saesnaeg, Esq., a son,
Ednyfed Lloyd, Esq., of Bias Madog,
who to. the sister and heir of Ednyfed ap
.1 i irwerth ap Madog, of Horsley, in the parish
of Gresford, Esq., descended from Sandde
Hardd, or the Handsome, Lord of Morton,
and had issue

Llewelyn, of whom we treat,
Gruffydd,

Ellen, wife of Gruffydap Llewelyn Fychan,
Esq. The elder son,

Llewelyn ap Ednyfed, of Bias Madog,
to. Angharad (or Gwenllian), dau. of Adda
ap Howel ap Jefaf ap Adda ap Awr, of
Trefor, Esq., descended from Tudor Trevor,
Earl of Hereford, &c, and had issue

* Trahairn m. Nest, only surviving issue of the great
Prince Gruffydd ap Llewelyn ap Seisyllt, by Edgetha, his
wife, dau. of Eltfgar, Earl of Mcrcia, Which Edgetha
became subsequently Queen of Harold, King of England.

t Meredydd ap Madoc was great grandson of Gruffydd
Maelor of Castell Diiias Bran, Prince of Powys Fadog.

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David, his heir,

Gruffyd,

Madog,

Jorwerth Goch m. Angharad, dau. of
Gruffyd ap,

The eldest son,

David ap Llewelyn, of Plas Madog, Esq.,
to. Margaret, dau. and heir of Dio ap Hwfa ap
Jefaf ap Hwfa ap Madog Athraw ap Hwfa
ap Jorwerth ap Gruffydd ap Jefaf ap Ninian,
and by her had issue,

I. Gruffydd.

II. David.

III. John.

Gwenllian to. to John ap Evan ap Jolyn.

The third son,

John ap David, of Plas Madog, to.
Angharad, dau. (by Philippa, his first wife,
dau. of Sir Randle Brereton, Knt., of Malpas)
of Howel ap Evan ap Gruffydd, of Bersham,
Esq., descended from Ednyfed ap Cynwrig
ap Rhiwallon, and by her was father, besides
a daughter Angharad, wife of Madog ap
David ap Howel, of an elder son and heir,

Randle ap John, of Plas Madog, Esq.,
who to. Angharad, dau. of John ap Evan ap
Deicws, of Llanerchrugog, Esq., descended
from Cynwrig ap Rhiwallon, and was suc-
ceeded by his eldest son,

John Lloyd, Esq., of Plas Madog, who
to. Jannetta, dau. of Geoffri Bromfield, Esq.,
of Bryn-y-Wiwair, in the parish of Rhi-
wabon, descended from Edwin ap Goronwy,
Prince of Tegeingl, and was father of

William Lloyd, Esq., of Plas Madog, who
to. Catherine, dau. of Chvain Brereton, Esq.,
of Borasham, co. Denbigh, and had issue,

I. Edward, his heir.

II. Owain, to. Jane, dau. of John Brereton,
Esq., and relict of John Ffachnallt of Ffach-
nallt, Esq.

III. Richard.

IV. John.

V. Roger.

I. Catherine, who in. Hugh Wynne ap
John ap Robert of Hafod y Bwch, and was
grandmother of John Hughes of Trefy-
nant, who sold that estate to Joseph
Lloyd, of Ireland, second son of John
Lloyd, of Coed Christionydd.

II. Mary, wife of Humphrey Lloyd of
Llwynonn.

The eldest son,

Edward Lloyd, Esq., of Plas Madog, to.
Anne, dau. of John Eyton, Esq., of Lees-
wood, by Jane his wife, dau. of John Lloyd,
Esq., of Bodidris in Yale, and had issue
Edward, his heir ; Piers ; Jane, to. to Owen
Bady, of Delffe ; Elizabeth, m. to John Lloyd,
of Christionydd ; Mary and Catherine. The
eldest son,

Edward Lloyd, Esq., of Plas Madog,
whose son married, and had issue,

I. John (Captain), of Plas Madog, killed



in London, with his cousin Sir Evan
Lloyd, Bart, of Bodidris, 1667. He
left no issue.

II. William, of Plas Madog, d. s. p.

III. Samuel, of whom we treat.

I. Anne, Avho to. Wm. Lloyd, of Plas
Benion, Esq., second son of Joseph
Lloyd, of Ireland, and had two daus.,
coheirs, viz., Mary, wife of George
Mears, Esq., of Pennar, co. Pembroke,
and Anne, b. 26th April, 1697, to. to
Edward Lloyd, Esq., of Plas Madog.
The third son,

Samuel Lloyd, Esq., of Plas Madog, to.
Sarah, dau. and coheir of Luke Lloyd ap
Luke Lloyd, of the Bryn in Hanmer parish,
and left two sons, Edward and Luke, of whom
the elder,

Edward Lloyd, Esq., of Plas Madog, b.
26th Nov. 1682, to. Anne, dau. and coheir of
William Lloyd, Esq. of Plas Benion, and had
issue, Edward, his heir apparent, and six
younger sons, who all d. s. p., and eight
daughters, viz.

I. Elizabeth, heiress of Plas Madog, b.
30th April, 1718, to. 30th April, 1743,
to Jenkyn Lloyd, Esq., of Clochfaen,
in Llangurig, and was mother of Sarah
Lloyd, of Plas Madog, wife of the Rev.
Thomas Youde.

II. Mary, b. 7th Nov., 1721, who to.
Edward Lloyd, Esq., of Penylan, and
left an only child, Mary of Penylan,
wife of Roger Kenyon, Esq., of Cefn, in
the parish of Wrexham.

III. Sarah, d. in infancy.

IV. Anne, m. to John Rowland, Esq., of
Plas Benion.

V. Margaret, m. to Robert Ingram, Esq.,
of Glyn Hafren.

VI. Priscilla, d. young.

VII. Sarah, d. young.

VIII. Bennett, to. to Lewis Lewis, Esq.,
of Rhuddallt.

dfofotcr, f 8fchcn CiDirljir.

Ap.bey Cwmhir, a Cistertian monastery,
founded by Cadwallon ap Madog, Lord of
Maelienydd, a.d. 1135, was dedicated to the
Blessed Virgin, and intended for sixty monks.
This abbey was dissolved in the year 1536,
and the revenues and possessions came,
by virtue of an Act of Parliament, into the
hands of the king, for augmenting the reve-
nues of the crown. By an inquisition, dated
November 4, a.d. 1538, the possessions of
the dissolved monastery were demised, for
the term of twenty-one years, to John
Turner, Gentleman, who had previously
been the king's minister in attending to them.

In the year a.d. 1546, a grant was made
to Walter Hendley and John Williams, of the
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twenty-eight bushels of oatmeal, paid by the
tenants of Clolon, and of its various posses-
sions, as fully as the late abbot had en-
joyed them, of the annual value of £11 2s.,
on condition of their paying an annual rent
of £1 2s. 2£. (Record in the Chapel of the
Rolls, London). In the year a.d. 1547, a
grant was made by Henry VIII. to George
Owen and John Bridges of the manor of
Golon, and all the messuages therein con-
tained, and to the manor belonging, and
which had belonged to the Monastery of
Cwmhir, of the annual value of £19 15s. 2d.,
subject to the payment of a reserved rent of
£1 19s. 6£. In the year a.d. 1548, a license
was granted by King Edward VI. to George
Owen to alienate to John Williams and John
Gresham the manor of Golon, with all the
messuages, lands, and tenements therein con-
tained and to it belonging. Sir John Wil-
liams of Abbey Cwmhir dying without issue,
the site of the dissolved monastery, with all
its manors, messuages, lauds, tenements, and
hereditaments, descended to his cousin
John, son of Reginald Williams, who in the
year 1558 devised the same to his brother
Nicholas Williams. A license was granted
to Nicholas Williams by Queen Elizabeth, to
alienate to William Fowler and Edward
Herbert the manor of Golon, the site of
the monastery, and certain messuages, lands,
&c, in Golon, Llanbister, Llandewy,
Llananno, Llanbadarn-Fynydd, St. Har-
mons, Nantmel, Karnaff and Clirow, in the
county of Radnor.

In the same year Nicholas Williams exe-
cuted a deed of conveyance with William
Fowler, conveying to him the manor of
Golon, the site of the monastery, with all the
lands, &c, in the aforesaid parishes, to it
belonging. William Fowler was of the
Middle Temple, and of Hamage Grange, near
Shrewsbury, and third son of Roger Fowler
of Broomhill, co. Stafford, by Isabella his
wife, dan. and coheir of William Lee of
Morpeth, co. Northumberland, by Isabella
his wife, daughter and heir of Sir Andrew
Trollope, Knt.

William Fowler, of Harnage Grange,
married Mary, daughter and heir of John
Blythe, M.D., and died a.d. 1597.

Richard Fowler, of Harnage Grange
(eldest son and successor), married Mary,
eldest daughter of Sir Edward Littleton, of
Pillaton Hall, co. Stafford, Knt , and Mar-
garet his wife, dau. and coheir (by Jane, his
wife, dau. of John Scudamore, of Home
Lacy, co. Hereford,) of Sir William
Devereux, Knt., youngest son of Walter,
Lord Viscount Hereford. He died a.d.
1667, leaving issue, William Fowler of Har-
nage Grange, who, by his wife Anne, dau.
of Richard Perks of Wednesbury, Esq., had
issue eight sons. Richard Fowler, of Har-



nage Grange, the eldest son, married Mar-
garet, daughter of Richard, Lord Newport
of High Ercoll ; John Fowler, the second
son, had Abbey Cwmhir : he died a.d. 1696,
and was buried at Llanbistair.

John Fowler, by his will, dated 1696, and
proved at Doctor's Commons 16th February,
1696, leaves all " his messuages, lands, tene-
ments, manors, lordships, and hereditaments
whatsoever and wheresoever in the several
counties of Salop, Hereford, Radnor, and
Montgomery, and elsewhere, and all his
leases, &c, &c, to his children Edward
Fowler, Jane Fowler, and Rachael Fowler,
their heirs, executors, administrators, and
assigns for ever-"

On the death of his father, Edward
Fowler succeeded to the Abbey, and died
without issue, a.d. 1722. The register of
his interment in the chapel near the Abbey,
has been nearly erased, and the name of Sir
Richard Fowler written over it ; but the date
of the interment of Edward Fowler was suf-
ficiently legible for Mr. Evans, the curate, to
give a certificate of it. Jane Fowler married
George Robinson, of Brithdir, co. Montgo-
mery, Esq., and died without issue. Rachael,
the second daughter and coheir, was married
at Llangurig the 21st Feb., 1698, to Jenkyn
Lloyd, of Clochfaen, county of Montgomery,
Esq., who died December, A.D. 1722.

Arms.

I. Lloyd of Clochfaen. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, errn., a

lion rampt. sa. armed gu. within a border of the last,
charged with eight annulets arg.; 2nd and 3rd, per
bend sinister erm and ermines, a lion rampt. or., for
Tudor Trevor.

II. LLL'DDOCOiF ap Caradoc. Az. a lion rampt. per fesse
or. and arg. within a border of the last, charged with
eight annulets sa.

III. Cadwgan ap Elystan. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, gu.
a lion rampt. reguardant or. ; 2nd and 3rd, arg. three
boars' heads couped sa.

IV. Fowler of Abbey Cwmhir. Az. on a chev. between
' three lions pass, guardantor., as many crosses formee

sa.

V. Lloyd of Plas Madog. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, erm.

a lion rampt. sa. armed and langued gu. ; 2nd and
3rd, per bend sinister, erm. and erminis, a lion rampt.
or.

VI. Sandde Hardd. Vert, semee of broomslips or., over
all a lion rampt. or.

"VII Cawgan of Nannau. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, or. a
lion rampt. az. ; 2nd and 3rd, or., a lion rampt. gu.

VIII. David ap Owen Gwynedd. Quarterly, 1st and
4th, vert three eagles displayed in fesse or. ; 2nd and
3rd, gu. three lions passant in pale arg.

IX. Tudor Trevor. Per bend sinister erm. and erminis,
a lion rampt. or.

X. Ednowain Bendew. Arg. a chev. gu. between three

boars' heads erased sa.

XI. Elidyr ap Rhys Sais. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, erm.
a lion rampt. az. ; 2nd and 3rd, per bend sinister
erm. and ermines, a lion rampt. or.

XII. Bleddyn ap Cynfyn. Or., a lion rampt., gu.

Crests. 1st, a lion rampt., gu. ; 2nd, put of a ducal
coronet, or, a demi-lion rampt. sa. ; over it the motto—
" Heb. Dduw heb Ddim a Duw y Digon."

Motto. In te, Doniine, speravi.



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PATTINSON, as borne by, and duly regis-
tered in H. M. College of Arms to, Hugh
Lee Pattinson, Esq., of West Boldon, in
the County Palatine of Durham, and his
nephew, William Watson Pattinson,
Esq., of Felling House, near Gateshead.

Hugh Pattinson, living at Nattrass, near Alstone, Cum
berland, died about 9 Feb., 1734-5.



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Thomas Pattinson, m. 9 Hugh. Joseph.
May, 1751, Hannah, dau.
of Robert Dickinson.



Jonathan.



Thomas Pattinson, = Margaret, widow of Joseph



merchant in Al-
stone, bap 29 June,
1754, d. May, 1812.



Cooper,and dau. of Thomas
Lee, son of William Lee, of
Lowbyer, near Alstone,
Moor-Master on the Der-
wentwater Estates, in Al-
stone Moor, Cumberland,
m. 30 Jan. 1785, d. 26 Aug.
1826.



I

Mary,

bapt.

12 Aug.

1753.



I
Thomas Pattin-
son, m. Rachel,
dau. of Joseph
Watson, of Ri-
ding, near Allen-
dale Town.



Hugh Lee Pat- :

TINSON Of ScOtS

House, WestBol-
don, co.Durham,
6. 25 Dec , 1796.



Phebe, dau.
of Thomas
Walton, of
Nest, near
Alstone.



Mary,

died

in

child-
hood.



I I

1. Hugh Lee.

2. Thomas, d.
in 1850, in
South Ame-
rica.



I I I
Ellen, Mrs. Bowman.
Margaret, Mrs. Bell.
Mary, Mrs. Newall.



William Watson
Pattinson, of Fel-
ling House, near
Gateshead,m.Anne,
dau. of JosephWat-

son, of Studden
Park, near Allen-
dale Town.

Arms. Sa. seme of drops of silver, issuant from the
base flames of fire, ppr.

Crest. In front of flames of fire, a dexter hand bend-
wise, holding an ingot of silver, all ppr.

Motto. Ex vile pretiosa.

These armorial bearings were granted and
assigned to Hugh Lee Pattinson in allusion to
his discovery of a process for the separation of
silver from lead, for which a Council Medal was
awarded to him at the distribution of prizes
at the Exhibition of the Works of Industry
of all Nations, held in London, a.d. 1851.



Snell, as borne by William Philip
Snell, Esq., (of the Inner Temple, M.A.,
Cantab.) of Eaton Place, London, and of
Meopham, Kent, descended from a
family settled on the borders of Wilts
and Gloucestershire. Mr. Snell bears on an
Escutcheon of Pretence, the Arms of
Morgan, in right of his wife, the only sur-
viving child of the late Howard Morgan,
Esq., of St. Mary Cray, Kent, a member of
Magdalen College, Oxford, and of Lincoln's
Inn.

Arms. Quarterly, gu. and az., over all a cross flory
or. An Escutcheon op Pretence for Morgan.
Crest. A demi talbot ramp. gu. collared and lined or.
Motto. Pro aris et focis.



Dawson of Edwardston Hall, co. Suffolk.

Arms. Quarterly, 1st and 4th, az. a chev. ermine
between three arrows or., feathered and barbed arg., on
a chief of the last three cornish choughs ppr., a canton
gu., charged with a mullet gold, Dawson. 2nd and
3rd, gu. a cross patonce between four cmqucfoils or.
Manning.

Crest. On a wreath of the colours, a cat's head gardant
erased tabby, in the mouth a rat ppr.

Motto. Vitte via virtus.



Cure of Blake Hall, near Ongar, co.
Essex, borne by Capel Cure, Esq., of that
place, a deputy-lieutenant of the county,
and its High Sheriff in 1830, son of the
late Capel Cure, Esq., of Blake Hall, by
Joanna his wife, daughter of — Coope, Esq.,
of Oxton, Notts (see Burke's Landed
Gentry). Mr. Cure impales in right of his
wife Frederica, eldest daughter of Lieut.-
General Robert Cheney of Langley, co.
Derby, the arms of the very ancient family
of Cheney.

Arms. Gu. a chev. arg. between two roses in chief or.
and in base, a fleur de lis of the second.



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