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Tudor Fychan ap Goronwy b. 1320 d. 1367

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Lineage Tudor
Sex Male
Full name (at birth) Tudor Fychan ap Goronwy
Parents

Goronwy ap Tudor [Tudor] b. 1275 d. 1331

Gwervil Verch Madog [Monmouth] b. 1295

[1]

Events

1320 birth: Bangor (Gwynedd), Wales, Penmynydd

child birth: Meredith ap Tudor [Tudor] d. 1406

1367 death: Bangor (Gwynedd), Wales, Friars Chapel

Notes

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From grandparents to grandchildren

Grandparents
Madoc ap Dyfed
birth: 1265, Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales, Monmouth Castle
Tudur (Hen) ap Gronwy
birth: 1222, Trecastell, Llangoed, Anglesey, Wales
death: 1311, Bangor (Gwynedd), Caernarfonshire, Wales
Angharad Vychan
birth: Englefield, Flintshire, Wales
Efa Verch Llewelyn
birth: 1270, Powys, Montgomeryshire, Wales
Grandparents
Parents
Goronwy ap Tudor
birth: 1275, Penmynydd, Bangor, Anglesey, Wales
death: 1331, Bangor, Anglesey, Wales, Friary Chapel
Gwervil Verch Madog
birth: 1295, Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales, Monmouth Castle
Parents
 
== 3 ==
Marared Verch Thomas (of Yscoed)
birth: 1330, Ceredigion, Wales
Tudor Fychan ap Goronwy
birth: 1320, Bangor (Gwynedd), Wales, Penmynydd
death: 1367, Bangor (Gwynedd), Wales, Friars Chapel
== 3 ==
Children
Meredith ap Tudor
birth: Caernarfon, Wales, Snowdon
death: 1406
Children
Grandchildren
Catherine Valois
birth: 27 October 1401, Paris, France, Hôtel Saint-Pol
marriage: Henry V Plantagenet (Lancaster)
marriage: Owen Tudor
death: 3 January 1437, London, England, Bermondsey Abbey
Owen Tudor
birth: 1400, Anglesey, Wales
marriage: Catherine Valois
death: 2 February 1461, Herefordshire, England, Grey Friars Church
Grandchildren

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