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1 - 12 of 415 for "ieuan fychan"

  • IEUAN FYCHAN ap IEUAN ab ADDA (d. c. 1458), poet An ancestor of the family associated with Mostyn Hall, Flintshire. Ieuan Fychan lived at Pengwern, Denbighshire, before he married Angharad, heiress of Mostyn. Lord Mostyn and T. A. Glenn, in their History of the Family of Mostyn of Mostyn (London, 1925), give some details about the career of Ieuan Fychan; e.g. he was an esquire in the retinue of Thomas Fitz Alan, earl of Arundel and lord of
  • IEUAN RHAEADR, poet A native apparently of Rhayader, Radnorshire. Some of his work remains in manuscript; this includes three love cywyddau, cywyddau in praise of Siancyn ap Siôn ap Ieuan Fychan and Richard Herbert, and another seeking the freedom of Rhys Fychan of Builth when he was imprisoned at Gloucester.
  • GRIFFITH family Garn, Plasnewydd, of this family were poets, viz. Ieuan ap Llywelyn Fychan (died 1532), and his son Gruffydd ap Ieuan ap Llywelyn Fychan (c. 1485 - 1553); the father lived at Llannerch, in the township of Llewenni, Denbighshire, a house afterwards associated with the Davies family, of Llannerch and Gwysaney. A ' Cowydd i'r Crud ' by him is in NLW MS 3048D. T. A. Glenn, who could not (in 1934) accept some of the
  • GRUFFUDD ap DAFYDD FYCHAN (fl. 15th century), poet Fychan after reading the elegy of Hywel ap Dafydd ap Ieuan ap Rhys on Ieuan ap Hywel Swrdwal. Two englynion, presumably composed by a son of his, Owain, are found in Peniarth MS 77 (319).
  • IEUAN ap LLYWELYN FYCHAN (d. 1532), poet A member of the family of Llannerch, Vale of Clwyd, and father of Gruffydd ap Ieuan ap Llywelyn Fychan. Some of his work remains, and this includes vaticinatory and love poems.
  • GRUFFYDD ap IEUAN ap LLYWELYN FYCHAN (c. 1485 - 1553), bard and member of a Welsh landed family Son of Ieuan ap Llywelyn Fychan. He lived in Llewenni Fechan (later Llannerch), near S. Asaph. Some poems by him in British Museum manuscripts (Detholiad o waith Gruffydd ab Ieuan ab Llewelyn Vychan) were published in 1910, edited by J. C. Morrice, who gave some biographical details. Subsequently, i.e. in 1934, T. Allen Glenn gave, in The Family of Griffith of Garn and Plasnewydd in the County of
  • TUDUR PENLLYN (c. 1420 - c. 1485-90), bard right of his wife, Gwerful, daughter of Ieuan Fychan ap Ieuan ap Hywel y Gadair ap Gruffydd ap Madog ap Rhirid Flaidd (see Powys Fadog, ii, 119; vi, 119, 129). It appears that, in addition to being a poet, Tudur Penllyn was a sheep grazier and a drover, who traded in the wool of his sheep; this, however, did not prevent him from following the custom of the strolling bards and visiting the halls of the
  • CASNODYN (fl. 1320-40), poet Ieuan ap Gruffudd, of Ceredigion (an elegy to Angharad, wife of this Ieuan, is attributed to Dafydd ap Gwilym). He also sang to the Trinity, and his elegy to Madog Fychan of Coetref, Llangynwyd, steward of Tir Iarll under the lord of Glamorgan, and a man of considerable importance about 1330, is the first extant poem to any male member of a Glamorgan family. Casnodyn has other references to places in
  • RHYS GOCH GLYNDYFRDWY (fl. c. 1460), poet Dafydd ab Einion sending the sun to address Glamorgan. The turmoil of his age is reflected in a cywydd which he sang to the sons of Ieuan Fychan ab Ieuan ab Adda when they were imprisoned by Richard Trevor. He also wrote petition-poems and love poems.
  • CATRIN ferch GRUFFYDD ap IEUAN [ap LLYWELYN?] FYCHAN (fl. 16th century), poet Daughter, it appears, of the poet Gruffydd ap Ieuan ap Llywelyn Fychan of Llannerch in the Vale of Clwyd. One poem only of her work remains, a religious poem in NLW MS 722B (155). It appears that the poem in Cardiff MS. 19 (742), Cwrtmawr MS 14C (72), and NLW MS 6681B (404) was composed by her sister, Alice.
  • IEUAN ap HYWEL SWRDWAL (fl. 1430-1480), poet ladi our leding tw haf.' Elegies to him were written by Hywel ap Dafydd ap Ieuan ap Rhys, Llywelyn Goch y Dant and Gruffydd ap Dafydd Fychan. There is a tradition that he, like his father, wrote a history of Wales from the time of Cadwaladr to that of Henry VI, but the work is not extant.
  • GRUFFUDD NANNAU (fl. c. 1460), poet A member apparently of the Nannau family. He was contemporary with Dafydd ap Maredudd ap Tudur, fl. 1460. Some examples of his work exist in manuscript, and these include an englyn written to the poet Gruffudd Phylip (NLW MS 643B (39b)), a cywydd to the sons of Ieuan Fychan of Pengwern (died c. 1458) (Cardiff MS. 83 (28b)); NLW MS 3049D (500)), and another to Dafydd Llwyd ap Gruffudd Deuddwr