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Llywelyn Bren [Llywelyn ap Gruffudd ap Rhys]locked

(d. 1318)
  • T. F. Tout
  • , revised by R. A. Griffiths

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Llywelyn Bren [Llywelyn ap Gruffudd ap Rhys] (d. 1318), rebel leader, was a man of large possessions and great influence in Glamorgan, where he held lands in Senghennydd and Meisgyn; his name may be translated as Llywelyn of the Wood. The earls of Gloucester...

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