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About Margaret ap Rice

According to an article in The Pembrokeshire Historian, she was daughter of Sir Edward Littleton and sister of Sir William Littleton, Lord Keeper. A footnote says, "When Perrot's father suffered a Recovery of his estate in 1627, Adam and Thomas Littleton were parties to the transaction."

However, other sources say the Lord Keeper was Edward Littleton, 1st Baron Lyttleton (son of the Edward Littleton who "had been Chief Justice of North Wales before him.") The younger LIttleton had an only daughter Anne, who married her first cousin Sir Thomas Littleton, 2nd Baronet (Wikipedia). Thomas Littleton, 2nd Baronet, was son of Adam Littleton, 1st Baronet.

Speculation from Geni member Dale Rice

From Dale Rice: Margaret Littlleton was married to Perrott ap Rice about 1620 but in 1623 Perrott had an encounter with 1./2 cousin's wife named TAMZIN .... married to EDMUND RICE 1494 and we do not know the nature of the relationship....but the child born to TAMZIN occurs in the 40 month span she did not have a child with EDMUND who had been providing a child ever 21 months up intil 1522 and there after 1524/ By Oral History, John Rice 1624 of E. ANGLIA made his way to his father Perrott ap Rice in TENBY and was returned to his mother in Steadham Ma. 1641 or 1642. He was ten sent WEST to FRAMINGHAM a sattelite of Steadham where his mother lived and eventually proved himself and married ANNE Hackley of DEDHAM sept. 1649/ Perrott ap Rice was operating under the Name of his deceased Army Cavallier brother Captain John Rice 1600 and took on the names Hughes, known as TRADER HUGES of the VIRGINA trading post on the James RIVER 1645 and brought his son over born 1635 in 1652 to help he and his new native wife NICKITTI on the trading post....A John Rice was found nearly naked and starved to death in 1675 when white settler made it into the area....we do not know if John Rice is Perrott born 1600 but the Hugehs figures has the same ancestory as Perrott leading to the GRIFFETH FAMILY in WALES...fyi DCR 1948