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Sir Thomas Henry Morgan, of Machen and Tredegar, MP

Birthdate: (69)
Birthplace: Monmouthshire, Wales, United Kingdom
Death: 1603 (68)
Machen, Monmouthshire, Wales, United Kingdom
Immediate Family:

Son of Roland Morgan, Lord of Castell-Arnallt and Blanch Thomas
Husband of Baroness Elizabeth Mary Morgan; Elizabeth Bodenham and Elizabeth Morgan
Father of Cwladis Morgan; Sir Edward Morgan; John Morgan; David Morgan; Sir William Morgan and 10 others
Brother of Sir William Morgan, Kt.; Henry Morgan; Anne Morgan; Mary Lewis; Elizabeth Kemeys and 1 other

Occupation: Middle Temple, sheriff, MP
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About Sir Thomas Henry Morgan, of Machen and Tredegar, MP

See Peter Bartrum, (February 23, 2018; Anne Brannen, curator)

  • Thomas Morgan
  • M, #73927, b. circa 1534
  • Father Roland Morgan b. c 1508, d. 1577
  • Mother Blanche Thomas b. c 1510
  • Thomas Morgan was born circa 1534 at of Machen, Monmouthshire, Wales. He married Elizabeth Bodenham, daughter of Roger Bodenham, circa 1558. His estate was probated in 1603; Will dated.
  • Family Elizabeth Bodenham b. c 1536
  • Child
    • Sir William Morgan+ b. c 1560, d. 19 Jan 1629
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  • Thomas MORGAN (Sir Knight)
  • Born: 1534, Machen, Monmouthshire, Wales
  • Died: ABT 1603
  • Father: Rowland MORGAN (Sir Knight)
  • Mother: Blanche JONES
  • Married: Elizabeth BODENHAM (b. 1538) (dau. of Sir Roger Bodenham and Jane Whittington) ABT 1555, Machen, Gwynllwg, Monmouth, Wales
  • Children:
    • 1. William MORGAN (Sir)
    • 2. Elizabeth MORGAN
    • 3. Jane MORGAN
    • 4. Edward MORGAN (Sir)
    • 5. John MORGAN (Sir Knight)
    • 6. David MORGAN (b. ABT 1566)
    • 7. Blanche MORGAN
    • 8. Catherine MORGAN
    • 9. Anne MORGAN (b. ABT 1572)
    • 10. Margaret MORGAN
  • From: MORGAN (Sir Knight)3


  • Thomas Morgan1
  • M, #471571
  • Last Edited=10 Jun 2011
  • Thomas Morgan is the son of Rowland Morgan and Blanch Thomas.1 He married Elizabeth Bodenham, daughter of Roger Bodenham.1
  • He lived at Tredegar, Monmouthshire, Wales.1 He lived at Machen, Monmouthshire, Wales.1
  • Child of Thomas Morgan and Elizabeth Bodenham
    • 1.Sir William Morgan+1 d. c 1653
  • 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.
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  • A history of the family of Morgan, from the year 1089 to present times ([1902?])
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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.
  • 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 Elitabtlh, 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.
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  • XVI. 4. DAVID, fourth son of Thomas Morgan of Machen, 1639, father of: 1. James. 2. Ann.



  • MORGAN, William I (d.1569), of Tredegar, Mon.
  • 1st s. of John Morgan of Tredegar by Lettice, da. of George Herbert of St. Julian’s. m. Catherine, da. of Sir Thomas Bodenham of Rotherwas, Herefs., s.p.; at least 1s. illegit.1
  • .... Lacking legitimate heirs, Morgan, in his will (dated 8 Aug. 1568, and proved 27 June following) bequeathed the estate to Miles Morgan, son of his illegitimate child John. Miles perished at sea in the service of Sir Humphrey Gilbert in 1578, leaving Tredegar to his cousin Thomas Morgan II.3
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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.
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  • MORGAN, Henry I, of Bassaleg, Mon. and Cardiff.
  • 5th s. of John Morgan of Bassaleg by either his 1st w. Anne, da. of Lewis ap John of Baglan or his 2nd w. Maud, da. of Richard Jenkins of Llanowen. m. Mary, da. and h. of William Robin, at least 2s.1
  • .... Research into the origins of the customer’s brother, Thomas Morgan, the Catholic conspirator and secretary to Mary Queen of Scots, has shown that they almost certainly came from the Bassaleg branch of the Morgan family of Machen. This being so, Thomas and Henry were first cousins of Thomas Morgan II, MP for Monmouthshire in 1589. Henry probably owed his position at Cardiff, as well ....
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  • Sir William Morgan (1560–1653) was a Welsh politician who sat in the House of Commons of England in 1624 and 1625. He supported the Royalist cause in the English Civil War.
  • Morgan was the eldest son of Thomas Morgan who was MP for Monmouthshire in 1588. He was knighted on 23 July 1603. In 1612 he was Sheriff of Monmouthshire.[1]
  • In 1624, Morgan was elected Member of Parliament for Monmouthshire.[1][2] He was re-elected MP for Monmouthshire in 1625.[3][4][5]
  • On the outbreak of Civil War, Morgan was Commissioner of Array for King and became Governor of Newport.[1] He received King Charles at Tredegar on 16 and 17 July 1645. Information was laid against him before the Committee for Advance of Money on 13 Nov 1649 about his Royalist activities.[1] He died at in 1653 (at the age of 93).[1]
  • Morgan married firstly Elizabeth Wynter daughter of Sir William Wynter of Lydney Gloucestershire. He married secondly Bridget Morgan widow of Anthony Morgan of Llanfihangael Crucorney and daughter of Anthony Morgan of Heyford Northamptonshire. They had several children:
    • Thomas was later MP for Monmouthshire.[6]
    • Anthony was later a Royalist officer in the Civil War.[7]
    • John married Rebecca Smith. His daughter Frances was the first wife of Charles Williams of Llangiby.[citation needed]
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  • 'Morgan01'
  • ....
    • a. Sir John Morgan of St. Clere and Tredegar
    • m. Jonnet Mathew (dau of John Mathew of Llandaff)
      • (1) Sir Morgan Morgan of Tredegar
      • m. Margaret Morgan (dau of Sir Thomas Morgan of Langston @@ below
        • (A) John Morgan of Tredegar (d after 04.04.1513)
          • (i) William Morgan of Tredegar (dsp before 27.06.1569)
          • m. Katherine Bodenham (dau of Thomas Bodenham of Roderwas)
      • (2) Thomas Morgan of Machem (5th son)
      • m. Elizabeth Vaughan (dau of Roger Vaughan of Talgarth)
        • (A) Rowland Morgan of Machem (a 1570)
        • m. (by 11.1517) Blanch Thomas (dau of John Thomas of Treowen)
          • (i) Thomas Morgan of Machem and Tredegar
          • m. Elizabeth Bodenham (b 1543, dau of Roger Bodenham of Roderwas)
            • (a) Sir William Morgan of Tredegar (d before 13.09.1653)
            • m1. (1598) Elizabeth Wintour (dau of Sir William Wintour of Lidney)
            • m2. Bridget Morgan (d before 1627, dau of Anthony Morgan of Hayford)
            • (b) Katherine Morgan probably of this generation
            • m. William Herbert of Colebrooke
            • (c) Blanch Morgan probably of this generation
            • m. Sir Edward Lewis of the Van
          • (ii) Harry Morgan of Llanrumney ancestor of Morgans of Llanrumney
          • (iii)+ 4 daughters
        • (B) John Morgan ancestor of Morgans of Bassalegge
      • (3) Elizabeth Morgan probably of this generation
      • m. John Clinton, 7th Lord (d 04.06.1515)
      • (4)+ other issue ( a 1491) - Philip, Lewis, William
  • .... etc.
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ID: I0611 Thomas Morgan (c.1534 Machem, Monmouth, England - c. 1603). Lived at Tredegar...the Blazon is from the Morgan's of Tredegar.

Parents: Rowland Morgan b: 1517 in Machem, Monmouth, England and Blanche Thomas b: c. 1512.

Spouse: Elizabeth Bodenham

Children of Thomas & Elizabeth (Bodenham) Morgan:

  • Edward Morgan
  • John Morgan
  • David Morgan
  • Blanch Morgan
  • Catherine Morgan
  • Elizabeth Morgan
  • Jane Morgan
  • Ann Morgan
  • Margaret Morgan
  • Cwladis Morgan b: 1558
  • William Morgan b: 1560 in Tredegar, Monmouth, Wales

The lineage from Thomas ap Morgan through Rodney Morgan, was sent to me by Norm Morgan. The information was taken from: St. Mellon's Parish, Glamorganshire, Wales. From the Bishop's Library, Cardiff, Wales.

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Whose name I do not know (I looked everywhere on the site). Big Kudos & Thanks for the exceptional history, pictures and Great sense of humor

THOMAS MORGAN (1534 - 1603) of Machen and Tredegar. In 1559 he married ELIZABETH BODENHAM (b. 1538). He built Pencoed (pronounced "Pen-koyd") Castle, set in around 370 acres of rolling farmland about one km. from the village of Llandevaud in Monmouthshire (now the county of Gwent).
  The castle is a fortified Tudor manor house thought to have been built during the first quarter of the 16th Century on the site of a moated Norman castle held in 1270 by Sir Richard de la More and in 1306 by Maurice and Walter de Kemeys. (The statue in front is of Lord Tredegar, a Morgan who took part in Britain's most famous military tragedy—the Charge of the Light Brigade during the Crimean War.) The manor house appears to incorporate parts of the earlier castle.

  In 1485, the Battle of Bosworth ended the Wars of the Roses and it became possible to build a large family home without having to worry too much about arrow slits and gun ports. Pencoed reflects a peaceful (and for some) a prosperous period in Wales. Nearby Llanmartin Church once boasted a carefully wrought chapel with carved effigies of an ancient Morgan knight and his wife—but a later owner of the manor stripped the lead from the chapel roof and time and decay made this memorial less memorable. Today the entire estate has fallen into disrepair; the castle was recently bought by a local businessman named Mr. Peter Morgan, so it is Morgan-owned once more. Mr. Morgan says that respect for the integrity of the castle and its environs will govern all decisions in any repair work done on the castle. (Note to Peter: LOSE THE TRAILER IN FRONT.)
  Anyway, back to Thomas. He was Middle Temple in the law courts in London in 1567-77. He then became a Sheriff in 1581, and a member of Parliament in 1589. 


Pencoed Castle From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Location Llanmartin, Newport, Wales Coordinates 51°36′01″N 2°51′31″WCoordinates: 51°36′01″N 2°51′31″W OS grid reference ST 406 894 Built c.1500-1560 Listed Building – Grade II* Designated 3 March 1952 Pencoed Castle is located in Newport, Wales Pencoed Castle Location of Pencoed Castle in Newport, Wales

Pencoed Castle is a ruined Tudor mansion, largely dating from the 16th century, in the parish of Llanmartin, now within the city of Newport, south Wales. It is located about 0.5 miles (0.80 km) east of Llanmartin village, and 0.5 miles (0.80 km) south-east of Llandevaud, at the end of a farm lane.


The Welsh name Pen-coed means "end of the wood", and refers to the site's location at the southwestern extremity of the Wentwood forest.[1] It was the site of a Norman castle, the property of Sir Richard de la More in 1270. The tower at the south-west corner of the extant ruins dates from the late 13th century.[1][2][3] The manor of Llanmartin was owned by the Kemeys family around 1300, but it is not clear whether Pencoed was a separate manor at that time.[1] Pencoed in about 1800. Engraving by Richard Colt Hoare

By about 1470, the estate was in the hands of the Morgan family of Tredegar. It seems to have been owned by Morgan ap Jenkin Philip, and then his son, Sir Thomas Morgan (c.1453-1510), who is thought likely to have fought at the battle of Bosworth in 1485 and who was probably the first of his family to settle at Pencoed.[1] He was followed by his son Sir William Morgan (c.1480-1542), and in turn his son Sir Thomas Morgan (c.1513-1565). After the end of the Wars of the Roses, the more peaceful nature of society allowed such houses to be built.[1] According to the architectural writer John Newman, it is likely that parts of the remaining building were built by the first Sir Thomas before 1510, and the main range and gatehouse by his grandson (also Sir Thomas) between 1542 and 1565.[2] In about 1545, John Leland mentioned Pencoed as the home of Sir Thomas Morgan, and described it as "a fair maner place".[1]

Around 1584, the estate became the property of Sir Walter Montagu, the husband of Thomas Morgan's grand-daughter Anne; Montagu was also responsible for founding almshouses at Chepstow. In 1701, Montagu's descendants sold Pencoed to John Jeffreys, MP. His son in turn sold it in 1749 to Admiral Thomas Mathews of Llandaff, also an MP. In later years the property was owned successively by Sir Mark Wood, Sir Robert Salusbury, and Thomas Perry, but became increasingly dilapidated and ruined, and was let out to farmers.[1]

It was sold in 1914 to David Alfred Thomas, later Lord Rhondda.[1] Thomas intended to restore the house, and began work on the main central building, but it was incomplete at the time of his death in 1918. His widow then commissioned Chepstow architect Eric Francis to build a new house adjoining the ruins, in 1922; she sold it a few years later and it is now a farmhouse.[2][3] In the mid-1950s, the ruins were used for filming an episode of the popular British TV series, The Adventures of Robin Hood.[4] A bungalow was built nearby in the 1960s, but the castle remains themselves have become increasingly ruinous and derelict.[2]

Plans to use the site as part of a golf and hotel complex were first mooted in 1989.[5] In 1998, further proposals came forward to build a large theme park, billed as the largest in Europe, around the ruins of Pencoed.[6][7] The promoters of the scheme, which would have been known as Legend Court, withdrew the proposal after it failed to receive planning permission in 2000. The site was put up for sale in 2001,[5] and bought by businessman Peter Morgan.[8] Buildings

According to Newman, "the large and imposing Tudor mansion languishes as an unconsolidated ruin in a farmyard. To come upon it at the end of an inconsequential lane is quite a shock."[2]

The tower is the earliest part of the building; it is built of Old Red Sandstone and is largely intact. The gatehouse is entirely of Tudor origin, and "on a much grander scale". It is rectangular in plan, of three storeys, with square turrets. The main range is largely intact, rising to three storeys and constructed of ashlar stone, similar to that of Raglan Castle, built around the same time.[2] It has a battlemented parapet. The great hall has a central three-storey porch, with a two storey range on the south side and a three-storey building on the north side. There is also a three-storey northern parlour wing, which originally housed kitchens, and the remains of a south wing.[2][3]

The interior of the building is entirely ruined, apart from the rooms rebuilt for Lord Rhondda, and largely unsurveyed.[2][3] Close to the house are the ruins of a 16th-century dovecote. There is also a continuous range of stone-built barns, probably of the 16th and 17th centuries.[2]

Pencoed Castle was given Grade II* listed building status on 3 March 1952.[3] The ruins are not open to the public. References

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