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Jenkin ap Adam

Birthplace: Wernddu, Monmouthshire, England
Death: Died in Wernddu, Monmouthshire, England
Immediate Family:

Son of Adam ap Cynhaethwy and Christina Herbert
Husband of Lowri verch Philip and Gwenlian verch Aron
Father of Philip ap Jenkin; Gwilym ap Jenkin and Gwilym ap Jenken
Brother of Sir Thomas Herbert, Kt.

Occupation: A clerk to the Lord of Abergavenny, Lord of Gwarindee
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About Jenkin ap Adam

JENKIN ap THOMAS, who was born about 1310, was known as "Jenkin, the apple tree." He was the oldest son of Thomas ap Adam. Jenkin was a clerk to the Lord of Abergavenny, and lived at Llanvapley. His only child was Gwilym. Jenkin died about 1344.

Born: Abt 1290, Wernddu, Monmouthshire, Wales Married: 3738 Died: Abt 1344, Llanvapley, Monmouthshire, Wales

  General Notes:

Jenkin ab Adam, of Gwern-ddu, Llandeilo Bertholau, Abergavenny; married Lowri, daughter of Philip ab Adam Fychan. [Burke's Peerage]


Jenkin was a clerk to the Lord of Abergavenny, and lived at Llanvapley. His only child was Gwilym.


Copied from Herbert, George biography, 88.1911

Jenkin ap Adam (temp. Edward III), who had a small Monmouthshire estate at Llanvapley and the office of master sergeant of the lordship of Abergavenny, a place which gave him precedence after the steward of that lordship. 3738

  Marriage Information:

Jenkin married Lowri FERCH PHILIP, daughter of Philip AP ADAM of Wernddu and Unknown 3738. (Lowri FERCH PHILIP was born about 1300 in Wernddu, Monmouthshire, Wales.)

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