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Rhys ap Mareduddlocked

(d. 1292)
  • R. A. Griffiths

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Rhys ap Maredudd (d. 1292), Welsh rebel, was the son of Maredudd ap Rhys Gryg (d. 1271), lord of Dryslwyn, Carmarthenshire, and Isabel, daughter of William (II) Marshal, earl of Pembroke. Although he came to terms with Edward I, Rhys rebelled in 1287–8; his defeat enabled the king's officials to control all ...

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Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies
National Archives of the United Kingdom, Public Record Office, London
Chancery records (Public Record Office)