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Angharad Verch Hywel DDA - Princess of Deheubarth - b: 0911 
Tudur Trefor ap Ynir b: Abt 908 in Denbighshire, Wales & Angharad Verch Hywel (Howell) DDA - Princess of Deheubarth b:0911  (or Howell)
daughter of:
Hywel Dda ap Cadell - Prince of Deheubarth - abt 887 in Dynevor Castle,Llandilo,Carmarthenshire, Wales & Ellen Verch Llywarch b: Abt 893 in Dyfed, Wales Sources: Young; Llantarnam Abbey - daughter of: Llywarch ap Hyfaidd - King of Dyfed (Pembs  - son of: Hyfaidd
page 191; History of Morgan Family. King of Wales, 942. Duran says "Prince of South Wales and Powis." Also known as Hywell Dha. Dha mean good? Abbey: Owen ap Hywell Dda, ob. 987, Prince of Gwent. Young: Hywel Dda (the Good), died 949, prionce of Dyfed, Seisyllwg and Gwynedd, legendary lawgiver of Wales.
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Hywel Dda had other children in addition to Owain ap Hywel Dda.

Hywel Dda, (the Good), 'King of all Wales", king of Gwynedd  915, did homage to Edwin the Elder, son of Alfred the Great, 918, journied to Hereford, circa 926, to acknowledge overlordship of Aethelstan, in whose reign he attested many charters, 931-937, made pilgrimage to Rome, 928, minted his own silver pennies, codified the laws of Wales, circa 945, m. Elen, dau of Llywarch ap Hyfaidd, King of Dyfed (Pembs.), and d. ca. 950, having had a son, Owain ap Hywel Dda.
[Source 1]

"Hywel (or Howell) the Good was celebrated as the 'Justinian of Cambria' because of his codification of the laws and his institution of trial by jury with a judge who should act as 'Christ withe the twelve Apostles'. His laws became known as the Law of Hywel Dda (Dda meaning 'The Good'). King of Dyfed in 904, King of Seisyllwg in 909, King of Gwynedd in 942, thus uniting the Kingdom of Wales. Made a pilgrimage to Rome in 928 and was the only Welsh ruler to mint his own coinage. He entered into an alliance with the King of Essex. Married Elen on 904 and had sons Rhodri, Edwin, and Owen, who split the kingdom upon his death, with Owen taking the Kingdom of South Wales."
son of:
Cadell Ap Rhodri b: Abt 861 in Deheubarth,Wales & Unknown Rheingar - b: Abt 865 in Carmarthenshire Wales
son of:
Rhodri Mawr ap Merfyn b: Abt 789 in Caer Seiont,Carnarvonshire,Wales & Angharad Verch Meurig - Heiress of South Wales - b: Abt 825 in Ceredigion, Wales
Sources: Young; Kraentzler 1747a, 1747b; History of Morgan Family. Young: Rhodri Mawr (the Great), died 878, king of Deheubarth.
History: King of Gwynedd and Powys 844. "Rhodri-Mawr (Roderick the Great) led the fight against the Viking invaders and killed the Norse leader Horm in battle. He established a line of Welsh Kings that reigned until the year 1305, when King Edward I executed Dafydd and imprisoned his sons. "Rhodri-Mawr inherited the Kingdom of Powys from an uncle, the Kingdom of North Wales from his mother and the Kingdom of South Wales from his wife. He was killed in battle with the Saxons. Married Angaharad, heiress of South Wales. His six sons split the Kingdom, with Mervyn-Mawr becoming King of Powys and his brother Cadell taking the title of King of South Wales (Seisyllwg)."
K: Rhodi Mawr, King of Wales and Prince of Wales. Duran calls him Rhodri/Roderic Mawr, The Great, King of Wales 843, d. 876.
son of:
Rhodri Mawr ("the Great") was the first to combine almost all Wales into a single principality. He had four sons in addition to those named in the Family Group Record.
son of:
Rhodri Mawr (the Great) - King of Gwynedd, 844, of Powys, 853, of Deheubarth, 872, & Angharad - daughter of:  Meurig ap Dyfynwallon, who on death of her brother, Gwgan ap Meurig, king of Seisyllwg, inherited Ceredigion and Ystrad Tywi (Cardigan and Carmarthen area) which formed his kingdom, where Gwgon, too, was last of Cunedda's line. Rhodri Mawr, named several times in the "Annals of Ulster" whose court was still in touch with the continent, built Dynevor (the Great Palace), traditionally for his heir who inherited Deheubarth (the South Land), fought the Danes, and d. in battle, probably against the Saxons, 878, having had, with other issue, a son, Cadell ap Rhodri. [Source 1]
son of:
Rhodri-Mawr (Roderick the Great) - King of Gwynedd & Powys, 844 - led the fight against the Viking invaders and killed the Norse leader Horm in battle. He established a line of Welsh Kings that reigned until the year 1305, when King Edward I executed Dafydd and imprisoned his sons. Rhodri-Mawr inherited the Kingdom of Powys from an uncle, the Kingdom of North Wales from his mother, and the Kingdom of South Wales from his wife. He was killed in battle with the Saxons. Married Angharad, heiress of South Wales. His six sons split the Kingdom, with Mervyn-Mawr becoming King of Powys and his brother Cadell taking the title of King of South Wales (Seisyllwg)".