1 Madog ap Cadwgan (1st Lord of Nannau)
+ Efa (Heiress of Madog ap Philip ap Uchdryd, Lord of
Cyfeiliog, ap Edwin.
2 Meurig ap Madog (2nd Lord)
+ Gwellian (Heiress of Iorworth ap Peredor
ap Ednowain ap Brddinen.
3 Ynyr ap Meurig (3rd Lord)
+ Gwerfyl (Heiress of Madog ap
4 Ynyr Fychan ap Ynyr (4th Lord) – See
+ Gwellian (daughter of
Gruffydd ap Gwen ap Goronwy ap Einion ap Seisyllt.
5 Meurig ap Ynyr Fychan (5th
Lord) – See Note 2.
+ Angharad (daughter of
Gruffydd ap Owain ap Bleddyn ap Owain Brogyntyn..
6 Meurig Llwyd ap Meurig (6th
+Mallt (d.Howell Pickhill ap David ap Goronwy ap Iorworth ap Howell ap
Moreiddig ap Hardd, Lord Mostyn
7 Howell Selyf (or Sele) ap
Meurig Llwyd (7th Lord) – See Note 3.
+ Mali (d. Einion ap Gruffydd ap Llywelyn ap Cynnarig ap Osbern Wyddel of
7 Gruffydd Derwas (Esquire to the Body of Henry VI)
+ 1st Mabli (heiress of Ieuan Lloyd ap Ieuan Blayney.
+ 2nd Angharad.
8 Meurig Fychan ap Howell Selyf (8th Lord) – Start of the
Vaughans of Nannau.
8 Gwillym ap Gruffydd Derwas + 1st.
+ 1st Elin, wife of Jenkin ap Iorworth ap Einion (1494)
+ 2nd Elizabeth
(d. of David Lloyd ap David ap Einion of Newtown Hall.
8 Howell ap Gruffydd + 2nd
9 Gruffydd ap Gwillym + 2nd
9 Gwillym Fychan ap Gwillym + 2nd
9 Janet ap Gwillym + 2nd
9 Elen ap Gwillym + 2nd
+ Hugh Say of Pool – See Note 5.
10 Anne (daughter of Elen and Hugh Say)
+ Owen ap Griffith ap Reginald of Garth ap Sir Griffith Vaughan, Knight –
See Note 6.
11 John Derwas – Will proved at St Asaph 14th November 1577.
1 Amongst positions preferred to Edward, Prince of Wales, at Kennington is one from thios Ynyr, stating that the King had given him the Office of Raglan of the Cosnot of Tal-y-Bont for his service in taking Madog ap Llywelyn, who in the last war had made himself Prince of Wales.
2 His tomb, on which is the following inscription, is still to be seen in
Dolgelly Church – “ Hic jacet (or facet) Meurig Filius Ynyr Fychan”.
3 He was Tutor and Guardian to Meurig Vaughan (or Fychan) of Nannau, son of his
brother Howell Selyf and was “the chiefest man in command in the County of
Merioneth all his time” – as mentioned in the Roll of Peniarth.
4 Howell Selyf was slain by Owain Glyndwr and tradition says that his body was
hidden in a hollow oak tree at Nannau (see Scotts’ Marmion).
5 He was a Cadet (younger son) of the Norman family of De Say, who came over
with the Conquerer. A Great Grandfather, another Hugh Say, was Constable of Pool
Castle 1411, a contemporary of David Holbech the founder of Oswestry Grammar
6 Descended from Sir Griffith Vaughan (or Vychan), Knight, who was one of the
captors of Lord Cobham (of the 1st reformers) and who fought at the
Battle of Agincourt. He was one of the earliest Knights of the Military Order of
St John of Jerusalem (see notes to the Mabinogion by Lady Charlotte Guest, page