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Angharad Verch Meurig - Heiress of South Wales & Ceredigion - b: Abt 0825 
Rhodri Mawr ap Merfyn (Roderick the Great)  - King of Gwynedd - (Wales) - d: 0877 b: Abt 789 in Caer Seiont,Carnarvonshire,Wales - d: 0877 in Anglessy, Wales & Angharad Verch Meurig - Heiress of South Wales - b: abt 825 in Ceredigion, Wales aka: Angharad - Heiress of Ceredigion  -  Some sources indicate that his wife was uncertain
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.
 Princess Angharad Verch Meurig CEREDIGION - (Abt 825-)

King Rhodri Ap Merfyn WALES (Abt 789-878) & Princess Angharad Verch Meurig CEREDIGION - (Abt 825-)
daughter of:
Meurig Ap DYFNWALLON (Abt 780-)
son of: 
Dyfnwallon Ap ARTHEN - (Abt 755-)
son of: 
Arthen Ap SEISYLL (Abt 730-)