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Welsh Vaughan
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Sir Roger Vaughan
Of Bredwardine Slian
At Agincourt 1415
The star of Abergavenny 
The stength
and support of Gwent 
and me land of Brychan

son
Watkin
First of Pembrey and afterwards Portnamel
Married Elinor d of Henry Wargan slain at Banbury 1469

Thomas Ap Rosser of Hergest  (Black Vaughan)  Beheaded 1469

Roger
Of Tietower 1405-1470
Deuys of Thomas ap  Philip of Tyle-glas

Maude
and another daughter

Lewis
Natural son

Thomas Vaughan   (Black Vaughan)
Thomas was killed in the war of the Roses but his ghost haunted
the lanes until 12 parsons armed with 12 candles  lured the ghost
into a silver snuff box and cast it into  Hergest pool effigies of the
wicked couple lie with decsptively placid faces on thir tomb in
Kington Church

He married:
Ellen Gethin  (Gethin the terrible) of the Parish of  Llandister
and Descended from the Vaughans Of Tyle-glas
This vengeful lady dressed as a man to attend an archery contest
where one of the competitor was a relative who had killed her
brother when her turn came she shot her arrow at the assassin
and killed him, escaping in the resulting confusion

Watkin
Controller of all taxes in Powys and a constable on the banks
of the Wye and Vyrnwy

Roger
of Clyro
Married Margart d of Robert Whitney

Richard
killed at Banbury 1469  In war of roses

Alice
married Sir Robert Whitney

Daughter

Watkin Vaughan
married Elizabeth d of Sir James Baskerville of Eardisley
James died 1503

James
High shariff of Radnor in 1545 and gentleman usher to Henry VIII,

Oliver
married d of Ross Higgins of Kington
d Ann married James Whitney of Cliffard

Walter

Roger
Married Elinor d of Sir Thomas Comewell of Moccas d Sibil
m  Hugh op David Lewis of Harpien

Catherine

Ann
m John Abrahall of Hereford
he was high sheriff in 1573

Elizabeth
m John Lewis of Powin in Anglessey

Sibill
m John Scudamore of Holme Lucy

James Vaughan
married Elizabeth d of Sir Edward Crof descended from Owen
Glendower
 

Charles  M.P. for Radnor 1552-1554

Margaret d Of Sir William Vaughan of Portumel
Widow of Roger Vaughan of Clyro

Charles
Married Elizabeth d Sir James Baskervil of Eardisley

Elinor
m John Price

Walter  M.P. for Radnor 1572-1579

William killed at Porto Rice with Sir John Hawkins

Henry killed in Fianders

Alexander

Eliasar

Margaret
Lady of bedchamber to Queen Elizabeth
1st m Sir John Wawkins 1592 Margaret died 1620
& is Buried in St Dunstans in east London

Sibek
Wife of Richard Llewellin

Elizabeth
Wife of Foux Of Gloucester

Charles of Dunfield
m d of John Lingen

Walter Vaughan
m Maude d of William Naffan of  Birtsmartan 5-11-1573

John J.P. 1636
Govoner of Lady Hawkins school 1632 1639
died 1641 age 72

Thomas

Ann
Wife of Richard Wood of Glouchester 1600

Sibell
m Sir Rowland ,St John k b Younger Brother of the 1st Earl
of Bolingboke

Margaret
m Rodrick Gwyn

Elizabeth
m Thomas Pemder of Elsdon

John Vaughan
married Ann of William Lynford merchant Tayler London died
in july 1669

James
1600-1640 school governer from 1632 1640

William

Walter
went to Yorlshire from him descended Alexander Vaughan of
the Grova Farm Kington pupil at Lady Hawkins school 1711-1717

James Vaughan
married Frances d of Philip Turner of Lincoln unmarried died
June 10 1688

John
1685-1689

William Gwyn of Trebarried descanded from the Vaughans of
Tretower

Frances Aubrey
Hy Jeffreys Frances of Kirkham
Wm Vaughan of Trebarned
Frances Vaughan died 1705

William

Gwyn of Toebarried

Roach of Evenjobb died 1820
Hon-Right Rev John Harley Bishop of Hereford 3rd Earl of Oxford
was Rev for Mary Morgan 1805

Gwyn Vaughan
married Martha D of Wm Roach of  Shireehampton

John

William

Thomas

Frances Rev Frances Lioyd of Llanigen

Edward Harley Earl of Oxford and Mortmain Baron of Wigmor

Rev John Harley  Rector of Presteigne

Martha

Frances caused the Vaughan Tomb and inscription to be restored
in 1846
 

Sir William op Thomas of Kington 1421 Widower of  Elizabeth
Bluet-her 1st husband was James da Berbeley, Sir William,
Lord Herbert earl of Pembroke Watkin of Pembrey , Thomas
(Black Vaughan) Son Richard all Beheaded or Killed  After the
battle of Banbury 1469 The War Of The Roses

 

 

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