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Debrett's Kings and Queens of England (1968) includes a chart compiled by P. W. Montague-Smith for the "The Welsh Ancstry of King Henry VII" which includes Alcwin as son of Tegid and as father of Sandde.
-------------------- ID: I19715
Name: Tegid ap GWAIR (AP GWYAR)
Given Name: Tegid ap
Surname: GWAIR (ap GWYAR)
Change Date: 13 MAY 2009
!Arch Rec: Wurts Magna Charta; Ancestral Lines, Jones; Royal Ancestors of Magna
Magna Charta Barons; Plantagenet Ancestry; (Prince of Deheubarth);
Birth: 625 in North Wales
Reference Number: > 399 WEL
Father: Gwair (Gwyar) ap DWYWG b: 595 in North Wales
Mother: Anna Mawgawse PENDRAGON
Marriage 1 Anna of BRITAIN
Alewn (Alcun) ap TEGID b: 655 in Powys, Montgomeryshire, Wales, United Kingdom c: in North Wales
Abbrev: Pedigree Resource File CD 6
Title: Pedigree Resource File CD 6 (Salt Lake City, UT: Intellectual Reserve, Inc., 1999)serve, Inc., 1999)serve, Inc., 1999).
Tegid Ap Gwair Of RHEGED
599 - Yes, date unknown
Birth Abt 599
Died Yes, date unknown
Person ID I6882 Carney Family Tree
Last Modified 19 Jan 2010
Father Gwair (Caid) Ap Dwywg Prince Of RHEGED, b. Abt 565, d. Yes, date unknown
Mother Anna Mawgawse Princess Of BRITAIN, b. Abt 565, d. Yes, date unknown
Family ID F3362 Group Sheet
Family Anna Of BRITAIN, b. Abt 620, d. Yes, date unknown
1. Alewn (Alcun) Ap Tegid Of RHEGED, b. Abt 649, Powys (Montgomeryshire), Cymru (Wales) , d. Yes, date unknown
790— Elidyr map Sandde map Alcwn map Tegid map Gwyar map Llywarch Hen is a direct descendant of the last British king of South Rheged. Elidyr's son, Gwriad, becomes king of Gwynedd in 815, still carrying the title, 'Heir to South Rheged'. Physical control of the region, however, has long since fallen to Northumbria, although southern sections may be conquered by Mercia during its ascendancy around this time.
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