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Elise Ap Anarawd (Maltraeth) b. 885

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Lineage Maltraeth
Sex Male
Full name (at birth) Elise Ap Anarawd
Other last names Maltraeth
Parents

Anarawd ap Rhodri [Aberffraw] b. about 857 d. 916

Events

885 birth: Aberffraw, Anglesey, Wales

child birth: Brochfael ? (ap Elisedd) [?]

child birth: Brochwel ap Elise [Arglwydd]

940 child birth: Gwynedd, Wales, Prawst Verch Elise (of Gwynedd) [Maltraeth] b. 940

942 birth: Aberffraw, Anglesey, Wales

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From grandparents to grandchildren

Grandparents
Rhodri Mawr (Gwynedd-Maltraeth)
birth: 820, Deheubarth, Wales
title: between 844 and 878, King of Gwynedd
death: 878
Grandparents
Parents
Cadell ap Rhodri
birth: 854
title: from 872 - 909, King of Seisyllwg
death: 909
Merfyn ap Rhodhri
title: from 878 - 900, King of Powys
death: about 904
Anarawd ap Rhodri
birth: about 857, Aberffraw, Kingdom of Gwynedd
title: from 878 - 916, King of Gwynedd
death: 916, Aberffraw, Kingdom of Gwynedd
Parents
 
== 3 ==
Idwal ap Anarawd
title: between 916 and 942, King of Gwynedd
death: 942, Aberffraw, Kingdom of Gwynedd
Elisedd ap Gwylog
title: between 725 and 755, King of Powys
death: 755
Elise Ap Anarawd (Maltraeth)
birth: 885, Aberffraw, Anglesey, Wales
birth: 942, Aberffraw, Anglesey, Wales
== 3 ==
Children
Seisyll ap Ednywain
birth: 925, Rhuddlan, Flintshire, Wales
death: 1030, Wales
Prawst Verch Elise (of Gwynedd)
birth: 940, Gwynedd, Wales
birth: 1035
Brochfael ? (ap Elisedd)
title: between 755 and 773, King of Powys
Children
Grandchildren
Llywelyn ? (ap Seisyll)
marriage: Angharad Verch Maredydd (Llandyfeisant)
title: between 999 and 1023, King of Powys
title: between 1005 and 1023, King of Gwynedd
title: from 1018 - 1023, Rhuddlan, Flintshire, Wales, Prince of Deheubarth
death: 1023, Rhuddlan, Flintshire, Wales
Grandchildren

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