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Rea Genealogy - pafn169 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File

Ancestors of Gary Rea

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Patrick de Chaworth (de Cadurcis)

A native of Little Britainy. Granted certain mills in Gloucestershire to the monks of St. Peter's Abbey.


Dumnagual IV

Ruled from 816 - ? Nothing is known of the reign of the four kings, Owen mac Dumnagual, Rhydderch II, Cynan mac Rhydderch, and Dumnagual IV, other than their names in the genealogies, according to Mike Ashley's "Mammoth Book of British Kings & Queens." Ashley believes they were "almost certainly subordinate to Northumbria and it is not certain whether they had any authority as kings or even vassals."


Cynan Mac Rhydderch

Nothing is known of the reign of the four kings, Owen mac Dumnagual, Rhydderch II, Cynan mac Rhydderch, and Dumnagual IV, other than their names in the genealogies, according to Mike Ashley's "Mammoth Book of British Kings & Queens." Ashley believes they were "almost certainly subordinate to Northumbria and it is not certain whether they had any authority as kings or even vassals."


Rhydderch II

Ruled in the 790s. Nothing is known of the reign of the four kings, Owen mac Dumnagual, Rhydderch II, Cynan mac Rhydderch, and Dumnagual IV, other than their names in the genealogies, according to Mike Ashley's "Mammoth Book of British Kings & Queens." Ashley believes they were "almost certainly subordinate to Northumbria and it is not certain whether they had any authority as kings or even vassals."