Gwilym ap Tudur. Tudur ap Goronwy (c. 1310 - c. 1367) was a Welsh landowner, soldier and administrator of the Tudors of Penmynydd family from the island of Anglesey . Tomb of Tudur ap Goronwy's father, Goronwy ap Tudur Hen, at St Gredifael's Church, Penmynydd.
- about 1310
- Marged ferch Tomos
- Royal officer
- Llanfaes Friary
Goronwy ap Tudur Hen (died 1331), also known as Goronwy ap Tudur or Goronwy Fychan, was a Welsh aristocrat and Lord of Penmynydd. He was a member of the Tudor family of Penmynydd , Anglesey , North Wales, and a direct ancestor of Owen Tudor and thereby the Royal House of Tudor .
Tudur Hen (English: Tudur the Elder) or Tudur ap Goronwy (died 11 October 1311) was a Welsh aristocrat and original founder of the House of Tudor. He was one of three sons of Goronwy ab Ednyfed who received lands from King Edward I of England.
- c. late 13th century
- Tudur ap Goronwy
- 11 October 1311
- Bangor, Gwynedd
8 de abr. de 2020 · Tudur ap Goronwy (died 1367) was a Welsh nobleman and a member of the Tudor House of Penmynydd. His son Maredudd ap Tudur (d. 1406) was father of Owen Tudor. His other two sons, Rhys ap Tudur (d. 1409) and Gwilym ap Tudur (d. 1413) were important players in the uprising of Owain Glyndŵr, their first cousin.
- "Tewdwr ap Gronwy"
- Gwladys Verch Hywel, Mallt Verch Madog