633 Owain (Eugein) d.
658 Dyfnwal (Domhnall), son of Owain d.
908 Dyfnwal (Donevaldus), son of Ede (Aedh) Owain d.
997 Owain (Eugenius) 1018 See Chronicles of the Picts and Scots, edited by W.
OWEN GLENDOWER (c. 1 3591415), the last to claim the title of an independent prince of Wales, more correctly described as Owain ab Gruffydd, lord of Glyndyvrdwy in Merioneth, was a man of good family, with two great houses, Sycharth and Glyndyvrdwy in the north, besides smaller estates in south Wales.
Upon this troubled scene now appeared Owen Glendower (Owain Glyndwfrdwy: died ?
In 1404 the legendary Welsh folk hero Owain Glyndwr convened a parliament here during his military campaign for Welsh autonomy.
Glyndwr's Way In the early 15th Century, Owain Glyndwr led an audacious, but ultimately ill-fated rebellion against English rule.
In that night a great lamentation was heard in the castle - its lord had died of the wound which Owain had given him.
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