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Birthplace: Tredegar, Monmouthshire, Wales, (Present UK)
Death: Died in Tredegar, Monmouthshire, Wales, (Present UK)
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About Thomas Morgan, III

Biographical Summary

"Thomas Morgan, Esq. of Machen and Tredegar, who m. 1st, Rachel, relict of David Kemeys, Esq., of Cefn Mabley, and dau. of Robert Hopton (younger son of Robert Hopton, Esq. of Wicham, co. Somerset, by his wife Janet, dau. of co-heir of Rowland Kemeys, Esq. of the Vaindre, co Monmouth), and sister and co-heir of Ralph, Lord Hopton, of Strattern, by whom he had an only child, Elizabeth, heiress of her mother, and wife of Sir Trevor Williams, Bart., which Elizabeth had issue, now represented by William-Adams Williams, Esq. of Llonjiby Castle. Mr Thomas Morgan, m. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. and heir. of Francis Windham, Esq. of Sandhill, co. Somerset, and by her (who d. 1666), had two sons, William his heir, and John of Rupperra, who d. 1715. Mr Thomas Morgan, d. 13 May 1664, and was s. by his elder son."

SOURCE: A genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the peerage and baronetage of the British Empire (1869); Sir Bernard Burke; page 1116

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  • Thomas Morgan1
  • M, #471569, d. 13 May 1664
  • Last Edited=10 Jun 2011
  • Thomas Morgan was the son of Sir William Morgan and Elizabeth Wintour.1 He married, secondly, Elizabeth Windham, daughter of Francis Windham, on 1 October 1633.1 He married, firstly, Rachel Hopton, daughter of Robert Hopton and Jane Kemeys, in 1621.1 He died on 13 May 1664.1
  • He lived at Machen, Monmouthshire, Wales.1 He lived at Tredegar, Monmouthshire, Wales.1 He had six other sons and seven daughters by his second wife.1
  • Child of Thomas Morgan and Rachel Hopton
    • 1.Elizabeth Morgan1 d. 1679
  • Child of Thomas Morgan and Elizabeth Windham
    • 1.William Morgan+1 d. 28 Apr 1680
  • Citations
  • 1.[S21] L. G. Pine, The New Extinct Peerage 1884-1971: Containing Extinct, Abeyant, Dormant and Suspended Peerages With Genealogies and Arms (London, U.K.: Heraldry Today, 1972), page 271. Hereinafter cited as The New Extinct Peerage.
  • From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p47157.htm#i471569

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  • Thomas Morgan1
  • M, #172372
  • Last Edited=3 May 2008
  • Child of Thomas Morgan
    • 1.Elizabeth Morgan+1
  • Citations
  • 1.[S15] George Edward Cokayne, editor, The Complete Baronetage, 5 volumes (no date (c. 1900); reprint, Gloucester, U.K.: Alan Sutton Publishing, 1983), volume III, page 83. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Baronetage.
  • From: http://www.thepeerage.com/p17238.htm#i172372

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  • Thomas MORGAN
  • Born: ABT 1588, Tredagar, Monmouthshire, Wales
  • Died: 13 May 1664
  • Father: William MORGAN (Sir)
  • Mother: Elizabeth WINTER
  • Married 1: Rachel HOPTON
  • Married 2: Elizabeth WINDHAM (d. 18 Oct 1666) (dau. of Thomas Windham)
  • Children:
    • 1. Frances MORGAN (b. ABT 1615) (m. Edward Morgan of Llantarnam)
    • 2. Anne MORGAN (m. Henry Morgan)
    • 3. William MORGAN (m. Blanche Morgan)
    • 4. Blanche MORGAN (m. Charles Vane)
  • From: http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/MORGAN.htm#Thomas MORGAN3

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  • A genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the peerage and baronetage of the British Empire (1869)
  • https://archive.org/details/genealogicalhera00inburk
  • https://archive.org/stream/genealogicalhera00inburk#page/1115/mode/1up
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  • LLEWELLYN AP IVOR, lineally descended from Cadivor Vawr, Lord of Kilsaint, m. Angharad, dau. and co-heir fo Sir Morgan Meredith, Lord of Tredegar (descended from Rhys, Prince of South Wales), and thus acquired the Tredegar estates. Llewellin was father of three sons, viz,
    • MORGAN, his heir.
    • Ivor, of Werncleppa, or Gwerney Cleppa, near Tredegar, ancestor of the MORGANS of Werncleppa, whose last male heir, Roger Morgan, Esq., d. in 1632, when his estate passed to the Tredegar family.
    • Philip, whose son, DAVID AP PHILIP AP LLEWELLIN, seated at St. Pierrer, in the county of Monmouth, was ancestor of the family of LEWIS of St. Pierre. (See BURKE'S Landed Gentry.)
  • The eldest son,
  • MORGAN AP LLEWELLIN, Lord of St. Clere, in Carmarthenshire, and of Tredegar, co. Monmouth, m. Maud, dau. of Rhys ap Gronwy, Lord of Kybor, and had two sons,
    • LLEWELLYN, his heir.
    • Philip, who acquired the estate of Langston, co. Monmouth, in marriage with Gwenllian, 3rd dau. and co-heir of Sir John Norris, Knt. of Penllyne Castle, Glamorganshire, and was ancestor of the MORGANS of Llantarnam, (raised to the degree of a Baronet, in 1642,) now represented by the family of BLEWITT,* and the MORGANS of Tredunnock, whose heir is MRS. JANE HAWKINS, of The Garn. (See BURKE'S Extinct Baronetage.)
  • The elder son,
  • LLEWELLIN AP MORGAN, Lord of St. Clere and Tredegar, was grandfather of SIR JOHN MORGAN, Knt. of St. Clere and Tredegar, whose grandson,
  • ROWLAND MORGAN, Esq. of Machen, living in 1570, m. Blanch, dau. of John Thomas, of Treowen, co. Monmouth, and had two sons,
    • THOMAS, his heir.
    • Harry, of Llanrumney, ancestor of the MORGANS of that place, now represented by LIEUT-COLONEL WILLIAM PEARCE, K.H., of Ffrwdgrech, co Brecon, and Staventon House, co Gloucester. (See BURKE'S Landed Gentry, Supplement.)
  • The eldest son,
  • THOMAS MORGAN, Esq. of Machen and Tredegar, m. Elizabeth, dau. of Roger Bodenham, Esq. of Rotherwas, co. Hereford, and was father of
  • SIR WILLIAM MORGAN, Knt. of Tredegar, whose will bears date 15 Jan. 1650, and was proved in 1653. Sir William m. 1st, Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Willian Wintour, of Lidney, co Gloucester, and 2ndly, Bridget, dau. of Anthony Morgan, of Heyford, Northamptonshire. By his 1st wife, Sir William had three sons,
    • THOMAS, his successor.
    • Edward, of Citligin and Caed-Morgan, co. Monmouth, who left by his wife, Elizabeth, a dau. and heir, who was m. to Henry Chambre, Esq.
    • William, who m. Jane, dau. of -- Morgan, of Hurst, co. Glamorgan, and had a son, Richard Morgan, Esq., who m. Eleanor, dau. and co-heir of Henry Probert, of the Argoed and Pantglas, Monmouthshire, and had a son, Richard Morgan, Esq., who m. Miss Abigail Phelps, and whose son, William Morgan, assumed the surname of Clifford, pursuant to the will of his cousin, Thomas Clifford, Esq., and became William Morgan Clifford, Esq. This Mr. Morgan Clifford m. Eliza-Maria, eldest dau. of Richard Lewis, Esq. of Lantillo, Monmouthshire, and had a son, Morgan, who m. Sophia, second dau. of the late Jonathan Willington, Esq. of Rapla, co. Tipperary,
      • * FRANCES, dau. and co-heir of SIR EDWARD MORGAN, Bart. of Llantarnam, m. Edmund Bray, Esq., and was mother of MARY BRAY, who m. John Blewitt. Esq. of London, and was great- grandmother of REGINALD - JAMES BLEWITT, Esq. of Llantarnam Abbey, late M.P. for the Monmouthshire boroughs.
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    • and by her had a son, HENRY MORGAN-CLIFFORD, Esq., now of Perristone, co. Hereford, and Llantillo, co. Monmouth, M.P., and col. of the Monmouthshire militia who is the present male representative of the House of Tredegar. Col. Morgan Clifford was b. in 1806, and m. 12 Aug. 1834, Catherine-Harriet, only dau. of Joseph Yorke, Esq. of Forthhampton Court, co. Gloucester (eldest son of James, Bishop of Ely, and grandson of Lord Chancellor Hardwicke), by Catherine, his wife, eldest dau. of James Cocks, Esq., and niece to Charles, 1st Lord Somers, and has had issue, Henry Somers Morgan, b. in 1836, deceased, and Marian, m. 12 June, 1860, to the Hon. James Fitzwalter Clifford-Butler, eldest son of Lord Dunbeyne (see that title ante).
  • Sir Wiliam Morgan was s. by his eldest son,
  • THOMAS MORGAN, Esq. of Machen and Tredegar, who m. 1st, Rachel, relict of David Kemeys, Esq., of Cefu Mabley, and dau. of Robert Hopton (younger son of Robert Hopton, Esq., of Witham, co, Seomerset, by his wife Janet dau. and co-heir of Rowland Kemeys, Esq. of the Vaindre, co Monmouth), and sister and co-heir of Ralph, Lord Hopton, of Strattern, by whom he had an only child, Elizabeth, heiress of her mother, and wife of Sir Trever Williams, Bart., which Elizabeth had issue, now represented by William-Adams Williams, Esq. of Llonjiby Castle. Mr Thomas morgan, m. 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau and heir of Francis Windham, Esq. of Sandhill, co Somerset, and by her (who d. 1666), had two sons, WILLIAM his heir and John of Ruperra, who d. 1715. Mr. Thomas Morgan, d. 13 May, 1664, and was s. by his elder son,
  • WILLIAM MORGAN, Esq. of Tredegar, who m. 1st, Blanche, dau. of William Morgan, Esq. of Therrow, co. Brecon, which lady d. 1673; and 2ndly, Elizabeth, dau. and co-heir of Edward Lewis, Esq., of Van Park, co. Glamorgan and relict of Sir Francis Darell, of Bucks, Knt. William Morgan d. in 1680, leaving by his 1st wife, a son and successor, ....

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  • MORGAN, William (c.1640-80), of Tredegar of Machen, Mon.
  • b. c.1640, 1st s. of Thomas Morgan, of Machen by 2nd w. Elizabeth, da. and h. of Francis Wyndham of Sandhill Park, Bishop’s Lydeard, Som. educ. Queen’s, Oxf. 1656; G. Inn 1658. m. (1) 4 Nov. 1661, Blanche (d. 23 Mar. 1673), da. of William Morgan of Dderw, Brec. and h. to her bro. William, 4s. 1da.; (2) 4 Dec. 1675, Elizabeth, da. of William Lewis of Bletchington, Oxon. and coh. to her bro. Edward Lewis, wid. of Sir Francis Dayrell of Castle Camps, Cambs., s.p. suc. fa. 1664.1
  • From: http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1660-1690/member/morgan-william-1640-80

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  • MORGAN, Sir William (1567-1652), of Tredegar and Machen, Mon.
  • b. 1567,1 1st s. of Thomas Morgan II† of Machen and Tredegar, Mon. and Elizabeth, da. of Roger Bodenham of Rotherwas, Herefs. educ. Hart Hall, Oxf. 1583, Staple Inn by 1585.2 m. (1) by c.1588,3 Elizabeth, da. of Sir William Wynter† of Lydney, Glos. 5s. 4/5da.; (2) settlement 10 Feb. 1610, Bridget (d. 27 Feb. 1611), da. of Anthony Morgan of Heyford, Northants., wid. of Anthony Morgan of Llanfihangel Crucorney, Mon., 1s.4 kntd. 23 July 1603.5 suc. fa. aft. 1604;6 d. by 29 May 1652.7 sig. Will[ia]m Morgan.
  • Sir William made his will on 15 Jan. 1651, in which he directed that numerous trusts be surrendered to his eldest son, Thomas†, whom he constituted his executor. Following his death, the precise date of which is unknown, a dispute arose between Thomas and Sir Anthony Morgan, the Member’s only child by his second wife, who received nothing from the will. A commission for administering the estate was granted to Thomas in May 1652, who defeated his half-brother’s challenge, allowing the will to be proved in Sept. 1653.48 Thomas represented Monmouthshire in the Short and first Protectorate Parliaments.
  • From: http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1604-1629/member/morgan-sir-william-1567-1652

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  • A history of the family of Morgan, from the year 1089 to present times ([1902?])
  • https://archive.org/details/historyoffamilyo00morg
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  • VIII. LLEWELYN ap IVOR of Tredegar, Lord of St Clear, married Angharad, daughter of Sir Morgan ap Meredith, from the Welsh Lords of Caerleon, ap Griffith ap Meredith ap Rhys, who bore "Argent a lion rampant sable." Sir Morgan died 1332, when Angharad was aged 32. They had : 1. Morgan. 2. Ivor Hael, whence MORGAN OF GWERN-Y-CLEPPA. 3. Philip, whence LEWIS OF ST. PIERRE.
  • IX. MORGAN of Tredegar and St. Clear, married Maud, daugter of Rhun ap Grono ap Llwarch, Lord of Cibwr. He died before 1384. Issue: 1. Llewelyn. 2. Philip, whence MORGAN OF LANGSTONE. 3. John, father of Gwenllian, married David Goch ap David, 4. Christian, married Jevan ap Jenkin Kemeys. 5. Ann, married David Gwilim David of Rhiwperra. 6. Margaret, married Traherne ap Meyric of Merthyr. 7. A daughter, married Thomas ap Gwillim of Carnllwyd. 8. Elenor, married Grono ap Howel Bennet.
  • X. LLEWELYN ap MORGAN of Tredegar and St. Clear, living 1387, married Jenet daughter and heir of David-vychan ap David of Rhydodyn, 1384-87. Issue: 1. Jevan. 2. Christy, married Madoc ap Jevan of Gelligaer. 3. —— , married Roger ap Adam of St. Mellon's. 4. —— , married Madoc of Bassalleg. 5. —— , married Thomas Llewelyn. 6. Ann, married John ap Jenkin. 7. —— , married —— of Raglan. 8. —— , married —— of Builth.
  • XI. JEVAN MORGAN, 1415-48, married Denise, or Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas ap Llewelyn-vychan of Lllangattog-on-Usk. Issue: 1. John. 2. David, 1442-48. 3. Jenkyn, 1454.
  • XII. SIR JOHN MORGAN, Knight of the Sepulchre, 1448, steward of Gwentlloog ; married Jenet, daughter and co-heir of John ap David Mathew of Llandaff. Issue: 1. Morgan. 2. Thomas, whence MORGAN OF MACHEN AND TREDEGAR. 3. John, whence a BRANCH. 4. Lewis, 1491. 5. William Morgan, coroner, 1501, father or John of Newport, died 1541, father of William, 1541-1559. 6. Philip, 1491. 7. Elizabeth, married John Fiennes,
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  • Lord Clinton and Say. 8. Jane, married William David Powel. 9. Mary, married Thomas Llewelyn-vychan of Rhiwperra. 10. Isabella, married James Kemeys of Began, ob. 1591.
  • XIII. SIR MORGAN JOHN, knighted 22 June, 1497. after Blackheath ; died in 1504; married Margaret, daughter of Sir Thomas Morgan of Pencoyd. Issue : 1. John. 2. Margaret.
  • XIV. JOHN MORGAN ; will dated 4 April, 1513 ; died about 1513 ; married Lettice, daughter of Sir George Herbert of St. Julian's. Issue : 1. William, M. P. for county 1556-57, sheriff 1565 ; will dated 8 August, 1568 ; died 1569, s. p.; married Catherine, daughter of Thomas Bodenham. 2. John. 3. Joan, married Miles Mathew of Llandaff. By Felice, daughter of Thomas Richards : 4. John. 5. Nest, married John Henry Kemeys of Newport.
  • XV. JOHN MORGAN of Newport, 1545. married Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Edward Stradling. Issue: 1. Miles. 2. Elenor, married William Morgan.
  • XVI. MILES MORGAN, sheriff 1574 ; will dated June. 1578 ; proved 1581, s. p.; married Catherine, daughter of Rowland Morgan of Machen, in 1571 ; widow of Thomas Mathew. She afterwards married Henry Jones of the Inner Temple. Miles was lost in America under Sir Humphrey Gilbert. His heir was his brother-in-law, Morgan of Machen.
    • MORGAN OF MACHEN AND TREDEGAR.
  • XIII. THOMAS, second son of Sir John Morgan, was of Machen; esquire of the body to Henry VII.; living 1538; married Elizabeth, daughter of Roger Vaughan of Porthaml. Issue: 1. Rowland. 2. Reynold, whence MORGAN OF LLANVEDW. 3. John, whence MORGAN OF BASSALLEG. 4. Edmond, whence MORGAN OF PENLLWYN-SARTH. 5. Margaret, married 1st John Kemeys, 2d William Edmunds. 6. Barbara, married Sir Henry Seymour. 7. Maud, married John ap Rosser. 8, Jane, married 1st William Gunter, 2d Richard ap Jenkin, 3d William Vaughan of Magor. 9. Constance, married William
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  • Jones of Treowen. 10. Mary, married 1st Edward Williams, 2d Richard Herbert. 11. Elizabeth, married Edward James.
  • XIV. ROWLAND MORGAN of Machen, 1517-77, married Blanch, daughter of John Thomas of Llanarth. Settlement 11 Nov. 1517; sheriff 1557. Issue: 1. Thomas, 2. Henry, whence MORGAN OF ST. MELLON'S. 3. Catherine, married 1st Thomas Mathew, 2d Miles Morgan, 3d Henry Jones. 4. Ann, married Philip Morgan of Gwern-y-Cieppa. 5. Mary, married Thomas Lewis of Rhiwperra. 6. Elizabeth, married Edward Kemeys of Cefn Mably.
  • XV. THOMAS MORGAN of Machen and Tredegar, and of the , Middle Temple, 1567-77; sheriff 1581 ; M. P. for county 1589; will 1603; married Elizabeth, daughter of Roger Bodenham. Issue: 1. Sir William. 2. Edward, 1586, married Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Thomas of Bertholley. 3. Sir John, died before 1610, married Florence, daughter and eventual heir of William Morgan of the Friars. They had William of the Friars, 1663, mayor of Newport, 1667, father of Lewis Morgan, died about 1690, father of Lewis, died 1729, who sold the Friars. He was father of: (a) Blanch, married Richard Greensward ; (b) Catherine, married Anthony Williams. 4. David Morgan, whence a BRANCH. 5. Blanch, married Edward Lewis of Van ; settlement 1585. 6. Catherine, married William Herbert of Coldbrook. 7. Elizabeth, married William Jones of Abergavenny. 8. Jane, married Rowland Morgan of Bassalleg. 9. Elizabeth, married William Blethyn of Dynham. 10. Ann. 11. Margaret, married Henry Williams of Mathern.
  • XVI. SIR WILLIAM MORGAN of Tredegar, knighted 1633; M. P. for county 1623-25; will 1650, proved 1653; sheriff 1612; aet 93 at death ; he received Charles I. at Tredegar, 16 and 17 July, 1645 ; married 1st Elizabeth, daughter of Sir William Winter of Lidney, 2d Bridget, daughter of Anthony Morgan of Heyford, county Northampton, widow of Anthony Morgan of Llanvihangel Crucorney. Issue by first wife: 1. Thomas. 2. Edward of Kilfengan ; will 4 April 1660, proved Feb. 1661 ; married Elizabeth, daughter and heir of Charles James of Llandewi Rhydderch, had Elizabeth, daughter and
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  • heir, married Henry Chambre of Court Morgan. 3. William, whence MORGAN OF RHYMNY. 4. Rowland of Risca; will 19 Dec. 1660, proved Feb. 1661 ; married Honora --- , and had Colonel William Morgan; buried at Bassalleg, 27 Oct. 1679. 5. John, of the Temple in 1652 ; coel. 6. Mary, married George Lewis of St. Pierre. 7. Blanch, married John Carne of Ewenny. 8. Frances, married Charles Williams of Llangibby. 9. Mary, single; will 1687, 10. Elizabeth, married William Morgan of Dderw ; she died 1638, he died 1649. By Sir William's second wife : 11. Anthony of Kilfengan, s. p. His widow was alive in 1673. 12. Mary, married Peter Farmer of London, who died 1691. They had Margaret, daughter and heir, married John More, who sold Kilfengan 1707.
  • XVII. THOMAS MORGAN, sheriff 1661; died 18 Oct. 1666 [13 May 1664], aet. 76; married 1st Rachel, daughter of Robert Hopton and widow of David Kemeys, 2d Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Windham of Sandhills. Issue by 1st wife: 1. Elizabeth, married Sir Trevor Williams of LIangibby; settlement 20 Oct. 1640 ; she died 1674. By the second wife. 2. William. 3. Thomas, 1659. 4. John, died young. 5. John of London, merchant; sheriff 1697; M. P. for county 1701 ; died 1 Jan., buried at Machen 9 Jan. 1715, s. p. 6. Edward, s. p. 7. Trevor, 1680, s. p. 8. Lewis of Penylan, sheriff 1703, died 1706, s. p.; married Mary, daughter of — Edwards and heir of, her brother Thomas Edwards. 9. Frances, married 1st William Lewis of Llandewi-Rhydderch, 2d Sir Edward Morgan of Llantarnam. 10. Blanch, married Charles Van, 1650. 11. Ann, married Henry Morgan of Penllwyn-Sarth. 12. Elizabeth, married Thomas Morgan of Llanrhymny. 13. Rachel, married Henry Probert. 14. Mary, married William Thomas, of Llanbradach, 19 Nov. 1668. 15. Catherine, died 29 July 1724, aet. 73, s. p.
  • XVIII. WILLIAM MORGAN, M. P. for county 1659-60; died in London 28 April 1680 ; married 1st, 4 Nov. 1661, Blanch, daughter of William Morgan of Dderw, or Thurrow, county Brecon, king's attorney and judge for South Wales. She died
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  • 23 March 1673. He married 2d Elizabeth, daughter and co-heir of Edward Lewis of Van and Bourstall, widow of Sir Francis Darrell. Issue by Blanch : 1. Thomas, born 7 Sept. 1664; M. P. for county 1695-98; died 1699, s. p.; married Martha, daughter of Sir Edward Mansel. They had : (a) William, born 1688, died 1699; (b) Martha, born 1692, died 1695; (c) William, born 17 Sept. 1665, died single, 1 Feb. 1683 ; buried in Westminster Abbey. 2. Charles, born 21 Feb. 1666; died s. p. 3. Edward, born 3 March 1671, buried at Machen 3 March 1672. 4. John. 5. Blanch, born 16 Sept. 1669, died 11 Dec. 1682; buried at Hackney.

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  • The History of Monmouthshire By David Williams
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=veg-AQAAMAAJ&pg=PR11&dq=A+History+of+Monmouthshire&hl=en&sa=X&ei=GNrUUsCOKYWIogTQv4LADw&ved=0CGEQ6AEwCTgU#v=onepage&q=morgan&f=false
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    • SIR EDWARD MORGAN of Lantarnam, Com. Mon. Baronet. Kydovor Vawr Lord of Kylfant, one of the peers of Wales, of the royal blood of the Britains, paternally defcended from Bely, King of Britain.
  • Kydovor Vawr, Lord of Kylfant. = Elen, daughter and heirefs to Llewelen. on of the peers of Wales.
  • Bledry, Lord Kalfant. = Clydwen, daughter and heirefs to Griffith ap Hydrych, Lord of Gwenvay.
  • Ivor ap Bledery de eodem. = Tangluft, daugher and heirefs to Howel, faid Lord of St. Clere.
  • Morgan Llewellin, Lord of St. Clere, and Tredegar. = Angharand, daugher and heirefs of Sir Morgan Meredith, Lord of Tredegar, Knight.
  • Philip Morgan of Lanfton, Com. Mon. Efq. a 2nd brother = Daughter and heirefs of Sir John Norris of Langfton, Knight.
  • Jenkin Philip of Langfton, Efq. = Cicely, daughter to Sir John Welfh, Knight.
  • Morgan Jenkin of Langfton, Efq. = Elizabeth, daughter to Roger Vaughan, Efq.
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  • Sir Thomas Morgan of Pencoyd, Knt. Com. Mon. = Joan, daughter and heirefs to John Gwiflyn Herbert, of Itton, Efq.
  • John Morgan of Caerleon, fecond fon, Efq. = Elizabeth, daughter to Lewes ap Richard Wyn, of the Van. Com. Glamorgan, Efq.
  • William Morgan of Lantarnam, Efq. = Elizabeth, daughter to Sir Rees Maunfel, Knight.
  • Edward Morgan of Lantarnam, Efq. = Elizabeth daughter and heirefs to Hugh Smith, of Long Afhton, Com. Som. Efq.
  • William Morgan of Lantarnam, Efq. = Lady Frances, daughter to Earl of Worcefter.
  • Sir Edward Morgan of Lantarnam, Baronet. = Mary, daughter to Sir Frances Englefield, Bart.
  • Sir Edward Morgan of Lantarnam, Baronet, now living. = Frances, daughter to Thomas Morgan, of Maughen, Efq.
    • Edward Morgan, Efq. Heir-apparent.
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    • SIR TREVOR WILLIAMS of Langibbie, Com. Mon. Baronet.
  • Cradoc Vraych Vras, Earl of Ferlix = Tegayr, daughter and heirefs to King Pallinor.
  • Maynarck, Lord of Brecon = Elinor, daughter to Kydwayn ap Eliftan Howel of Caerleon.
  • Rees ap Maynarck, Lord of Iftradywe = Jonet, daughter and co-heirefs to Howel of Caerleon.
  • Kynvyn ap Kynvyn, Efq. = Gladys, daughter to Sitfylt ap Difnwall of Upper Gwent, Efq.
  • Arthur ap Kynvayn, Efq. = Elinor, daughter fo Melrick ap Cradoc, Efq.
  • Howel ap Arthur, Efq. = Joan, daughter to Gronwey, Vychan, Efq.
  • Griffith ap Howel. Efq. = __ daughter and heirefs to Gronwey Vychan, ap Gronwey, ap Ririd of Penllin.
  • David ap Griffith, Efq. = Maud, daughter and heirefs to Llewellin ap Kynvrige Vychan, Efq.
  • Howell Gam David, Efq. = Joyce, daughter to Morgan Vawr, Efq.
  • Evan ap Howell, Efq. = Alice, daughter to Morgan Vawr, Efq.
  • Philip ap Evan, Efq. = Jonet, daughter to Meirick Hanard, Efq.
  • Howell ap Philip, Efq. = Jonet, daughter to Roger David ap Meirick.
  • Gwillym ap Howell, Efq. = Gwellian, daughter to Jenkin David ap Rees, ap Gronwey, Efq.
  • Thomas Gwillym Howell, Efq. = Gwellian, daughter to Meirick ap Evan, ap Gronwey, Efq.
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  • John Thomas, Efq. = Anne, daughter to David Goch ap Jenkin Grant, Efq.
  • William Jones, Efq. = Margaret, daughter to Edward Jenkin, ap Roger of Martholy, Efq.
  • Roger Williams, Efq. = Dorothy, daughter to Sir Baynam, Knight.
  • Rowland Williams, Efq. = Cicely, daughter to Sir Edward Maunfel, Knight and Baronet.
  • Sir Charles Williams, Knight = Anne, daughter to Sir John Trevor.
  • Sir Trevor Williams, Baronet, now living, 1671 = Elizabeth, daughter to Thomas Morgan of Maughan, Efq. and co-heir by her mother to that never fufficiently admired Ralph, Lord Hopton, her uncle.
    • William, Efq. heir-apparent.
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    • THOMAS MORGAN of Maughan, Efq.
  • Kydivor Vawr, Lord of Blain Cych, paternally defcended from Bely the great, King of Britain, married Elen, daughter and heri to Llewellin Vawr.
  • Bledry ap Kydivor Vawr, Lord of Kylfant = Clidwen, daughter and heirefs to Griffith Cedreth, Lord of Gwnfay.
  • Ivor ap Bledry, Lord of Kylfant, Efq. = Tangluft, daughter and heirefs to Howel Sais, Lord of St. Clere-y-mvch, Efq.
  • Llewellin ap Ivor, Lord of St. Clere, Efq. = Lleykye, daughter to Griffith ap Eli, Lord of Gilfield in Powis.
  • Ivor ap Llewellin, Lord of St. Clere, Efq. = Neft, daughter to Cadwgan, and great grandchild to Eliftan, Prince of Ferlix.
  • Llewellin ap Ivor, Lord of St. Clere = Angharand, daughter and heirefs to Sir Morgan Meredith, Knight, Lord of Tredegar.
  • Morgan ap Llewellin, Lord of Tredegar, Efq. = Maud, daughter to Rhun ap Grono ap Llwarch, Lord of Kybor, Efq.
  • Llewellin Morgan of Tredegar, Efq. = Jonet, daughter to Dd Yehan of Rydoclyn, Efq.
  • Evan Morgan of Tredegar, Efq. = Denis, daughter to Thomas ap Howell Yehan, Efq.
  • Sir John Morgan of Tredegar, Knight = Jonet, daughter and heirefs of John Matthewes of Llandaff, Efq.
  • Thomas Morgan of Machen, Efq. his brother, Sir John, Dying fans iffue.
  • Rowland Morgan of Maughan and Tredegar, Efq. = Elizabeth, fifter to Sir Roger Bodingham of Potheras, Com. Hereford.
  • Pg.154
  • Sir William Morgan of Tredegar, Knight = Daughter to Wintour, Knight, Com. Glocefter.
  • Thomas Morgan Maughan and Tredegar, Efq. now living, 1661.
    • William Morgan, Efq. heir-apparent.
  • .....
  • The eldeft fon of Llewelyn ab Ifor, was Morgan ab Llewelyn of Tredegyr, in the parifh of Maefaleg; and his fecond fon was Ifor Hael, or the Generous Lord of Maefaleg, the Wenallt and Gwern-y-Cleppa. Their other was Angharad the daughter of Sir Morgan ab Meredydd, ab Greffydd, av Meredydd Gethin, the fon of Rhys ab Tewdwr, Prince of South-Wales. Ifor Hael died without heirs, and his eftate came to his nephew Llewelyn, the fon of Morgan ab Llewelyn, and from him, in a direct line, are defcended the worthy family of Morgans of Tredegyr; the the ancient inheritance is ftill entire in their poffeffion; and if any merit, ....

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  • William Morgan (c 1640 - 28 April 1680) was a Welsh landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons of England between 1659 and 1680.
  • William Morgan was the eldest son and heir of Thomas Morgan (died 1664), of Machen, and his second wife Elizabeth Wyndham daughter of Francis Wyndham of Sandhill Park, Bishop’s Lydeard, Somerset. His brother was John Morgan. William was a student at Queen's College, Oxford in 1656 and at Gray's Inn in 1658.[1]
  • He was first returned as a Member of Parliament for Monmouthshire to the Third Protectorate Parliament in 1659. He was proposed as a Knight of the Royal Oak for Monmouthshire in 1660, and continued to represent the county in the House of Commons until his death.[2]
  • Morgan married his first cousin Blanche Morgan, daughter of his father's sister, Elizabeth Morgan, and William Morgan, on 4 November 1661. He rebuilt Tredegar House on a very grand scale, with the help of his wife's huge dowry. Blanche inherited her father's estates at Dderw, Brecknockshire in 1658, after the death of her brother William. This gave Morgan and his descendants considerable political influence in the county for generations.[3] His children by Blanche included two sons, Thomas and John, and a daughter, Blanche.
  • After the death of Blanche on 23 March 1673, Morgan married Elizabeth Dayrell, widow of Sir Francis Dayrell and daughter of William Lewis of Bletchington, Oxfordshire.[1] However, Elizabeth proved to be of unsound mind. Morgan arranged dual marriages between his eldest son, Thomas, and Martha, daughter of Sir Edward Mansel; and between his daughter Blanche (d. 1682) and Mansel's eldest son, Edward.[4]
  • However, William did not live to see the marriages carried out, dying in London in 1680. Blanche died before marrying Mansel's son, who died unmarried. However, Thomas, who inherited William's estates, did marry Martha Mansel.
  • From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Morgan_(of_Machen_and_Tredegar)

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  • John Morgan (c.1641–1 January 1715) was a Welsh merchant, sheriff and MP (for Monmouth Boroughs).
  • He was born the fourth son of Thomas Morgan of Machen and established himself as a London merchant, acquiring a large fortune trading with the West Indies. His brother was William Morgan.
  • Determined to leave London and return to his native shire he purchased Rhiwperra Castle from a cousin as his home for 12,400 pounds. He was appointed High Sheriff of Monmouthshire in 1697, custos rotulorum for Monmouthshire in 1700 and Lord Lieutenant of Brecknockshire and Monmouthshire in 1715.
  • In 1701 he was elected to Parliament to represent Monmouth Boroughs until 1705. In 1705 he contested and lost the election for knight of the shire (MP) for Monmouthshire.
  • He died in 1715 and was buried at Machen, Monmouthshire. He never married and left his estate to his nephew John Morgan (of Rhiwpera), whereby it became part of estates of the Tredegar Morgans.
  • From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Morgan_(merchant)

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  • Sir Anthony Morgan (died 1665) of Kilflgin, Monmouthshire, was a Royalist officer during the English Civil War.[1]
  • Morgan was the son of Sir William Morgan, of Tredegar, Monmouthshire, and Bridget, daughter and heiress of Anthony Morgan of Heyford, Northamptonshire.[2] He seems identical with the Anthony Morgan who was appointed by the Spanish ambassador Cardenas, on 9 June 1640, to levy and transport the residue of the two thousand soldiers afforded to him by King Charles I.[3]
  • On 21 October 1642 Morgan was knighted by Charles at Southam, Warwickshire,[4] and two days later fought at the Battle of Edgehill. By the death of his half-brother, Colonel Thomas Morgan, who was killed at the Battle of Newbury 20 September 1643, he became possessed of the manors of Heyford and Clasthorpe, Northamptonshire; and had other property in Momouthshire, Warwickshire, and Westmoreland. He subsequently went abroad, but returned in 1648, when, though his estates were sequestered by the parliament by an ordinance dated 5 January 1646, he imprisoned several of his tenants in Banbury Castle for not paying their rent to him.[5]
  • Morgan tried to compound for his property in May 1650, and took the covenent and negative oath, but being represented as a "papist delinquent", he was unable to make terms with the Committee for Compounding with Delinquents.[6] In August 1658 he obtained leave to pay a visit to France.[7]
  • One Anthony Morgan was ordered to be arrested and brought before Secretary Bennet on 5 June 1663, and his papers were seized.[8] He died in St. Giles-in-the-Fields, London, about June 1665,[9] 1665, leaving by his wife Elizabeth (? Fromond) an only daughter, Mary.[10]
  • From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthony_Morgan_of_Kilflgin

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  • A genealogical and heraldic history of the extinct and dormant baronetcies ... By John Burke, John Bernard Burke (sir.)
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=K1kBAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA370&lpg=PA370&dq=baronetLlantarnam&source=bl&ots=E8TtZ2olal&sig=sPTN7EzpqKq_KY8tYZSOL-hCsOA&hl=en&sa=X&ei=HYjNUuW9M-ir2gWbjoEo&ved=0CEEQ6AEwBAv=onepage&q=baronet%20llantarnam&f=false#v=onepage&q&f=false
  • Pg.369
  • LLEWELLIN AP IVOR, lord of St. Clere, lineally descended from Kidivor Vawr, lord of Kilsaint, married Angharad, daughter and heir of Sir Morgan Meredith, knt. lord of Tredegar, and was father of
  • MORGAN AP LLEWELLIN, lord of St. Clere and Tredegar, who m. Maud, daughter of Rhys ap Gronwy, lord of Kybor, and had two sons, viz.
    • CLEWELLYN, of Tredegar, ancestor of the MORGANS of Tredegar.
    • PHILIP.
  • Pg.370
  • The second son,
  • PHILIP MORGAN, esq. of Langston, acquired that estate in marriage with the daughter and heir of Sir John Norris, knt. of Penlline Castle. He was direct ancestor* of
  • WILLIAM MORGAN, esq. sheriff for Monmouthshire in 1567, and M.P. in 1571, who was the first proprietor of Llantarnam. He m. Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Rees Mansel, knt. of Margam, and was s. by his son,
  • EDWARD MORGAN, esq. of Llantarnam and Penrice, M. P. for Monmouthshire in 1586, who m. Elizabeth, daughter and heir of Hugh Smith, esq. of Long Ashton, in Somersetshire, and had a son and successor,
  • WILLIAM MORGAN, esq. of Llantarnam, who m. the Lady Frances Somerset, daughter of Edward, Earl of Worcester, and was father of
  • I. SIR EDWARD MORGAN, of Llantarnam, who was created a BARONET in 1642. He m. Mary, daughter of Sir Francis Englefield, bart, of Wotton Basset, in Whiltshire and was s. at his decease, 24th June 1653, by his son,
  • II. SIR EDWARD MORGAN, of Llantarnam, living in 1661, who m. Frances daughter of Thomas Morgan, esq. of Mangham, and was s. by his son,
  • III. SIR EDWARD MORGAN, of Llantarnam, who m. for his second wife, Mary, daughter of Humphrey Baskerville, esq. of Pontrilas, in the county of Hereford, and by that lady, who wedded, secondly John Grubham Howe, esq. father of the first Lord Chedworth, had two daughters,
    • ANNE, who died unm. bequeathing her moiety of the inheritance to John Howe, esq. who had married her mother, Lady Morgan.
    • FRANCES, m. Edmund Bray, esq. eldest son of Sir Edmund Reginald Bray, of Barrington Park, Gloucestershire, and had issue,

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  • A Historical Tour Through Monmouthshire By William Coxe
  • http://books.google.com/books?id=ofFBAAAAYAAJ&q=bowles#v=snippet&q=bowles&f=false
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    • CHART - PEDIGREE OF THE FAMILY OF VAN.
  • EDMUND VANNE = JANE, dar. of Sir Thomas Bowles of Penhow. ch: William Vanne, m. Catherine, dr. of Sir George Matthews.
  • Thomas Vanne of Marshfield = Joan, dr. of John Morgan of Wentloog.; ch: Lewis (m. Scissil Kemeys) Vanne
  • Lewis Vanne = Scissil, dr. of John Kemeys of Cefn Mabley.; ch: Thomas (m. Felix Arne or Arney) Vanne
  • Thomas Vanne, Sheriff, 12 J. I = Felix, dr. of John Arne, or Arney.; ch: Lewis (m. _ Williams) Vanne
  • Lewis Vanne, Sheriff, 9 Ch. I. = . . . . dr. of Rowland Williams, of Llangibby.; ch: Charles (m. Blanch Morgan) Van
  • Charles Van, d. 1704. = Blanch, dr. of Thomas Morgan of Machen.; ch: Thomas (m. Elizabeth Sansom) Van
  • Thomas Van, d. 1755 = Elizabeth Sansom, of Bristol.; ch: Charles (m. Katherine Morgan) Van.
  • Charles Van, d. 1778 = Katherine, dr. of General Morgan, of Tredegar.; ch: Thomas (d.1794), Katherine (m. Sir Robert Salusbury) Van.

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  • MORGAN, William (c.1600-1649), of Y Dderw, Llyswen, Brec. and the Middle Temple, London
  • b. c.1600,2 1st s. of Morgan Llewellyn of Blaentringarth, Ystradfellte, Brec. and Gwladis, da. of David Gwyn Gwalter of Cefn-y-fedw, Brec.3 educ. M. Temple 1616, called 1623.4 m. ?(1) 19 Nov. 1624, Sybilla, da. of Thomas Wayte of London, ?1s. 1da.;5 (2) ?bigamously, aft. 26 Mar. 1633 (with £1,600), Elizabeth (d. 28 June 1638), da. of Sir William Morgan* of Tredegar and Machen, Mon. 1s. 3da.; 2 other ch.6 d. bet. 27/31 May 1649.7 sig. W[illia]m Morgan.
  • .... He left his estates to his son, William, and provided for a portion of up to £2,000 for his daughter, Blanche. Morgan entreated his children to be guided by his brother-in-law, Thomas Morgan† of Machen and, mindful of his legal difficulties and earlier indiscretions, advised them that ‘generally the choice of youth in the way of marriage is heady and foreruns hasty, and late repentance which followeth at the heels’.20 Blanche eventually inherited the Dderw estate and married William Morgan of Machen, who represented Monmouthshire in Richard Cromwell’s Parliament and also in the 1660s and 1670s. A portrait of Morgan, painted around 1640, was formerly held at Tredegar Park, Monmouthshire.21
  • From: http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1604-1629/member/morgan-william-1600-1649

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Thomas Morgan, III's Timeline

1588
1588
Tredegar, Monmouthshire, Wales, (Present UK)
1612
1612
Age 24
Wales, (Present UK)
1615
1615
Age 27
Tredegar, Monmouthshire, Wales, (Present UK)
1626
1626
Age 38
Foxhall
1640
1640
Age 52
Tredegar, Blaenau Gwent, UK
1664
May 13, 1664
Age 76
Tredegar, Monmouthshire, Wales, (Present UK)
1939
March 20, 1939
Age 76
June 29, 1939
Age 76
1946
January 8, 1946
Age 76