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G. T. CLARK, Limbus patrum MorganiƦ et GlamorganiƦ (London: Wyman & Sons, 1886).

Index: 0 Touchet; 1 Whitney (only), Eustace, p. 248

pp. 241

"XV. Sir ROGER VAUGHAN of Parthaml in Talgarth, M.P. for Brecknockshire 1547, 1662, 54, 1558. Knighted about 1550. Second son of Sir Roger of Tretower and Denise Vaughan. He had a grant of Bronllys Castle. He m. 1st Eleanor, eldest d. of Henry Somerset, Earl of Worcester, and sister of Lady Mansel; and 2nd Jane, d. of Robert ap (son of) Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney by Constance Touchet, his second wife, with whom Sir Roger had lands in Talgarth (this is unclear - did Robert ap Sir Robert m. 2nd Constance Touchet and hold lands or was it actually (as stated) Sir Roger?). They had: 1. Watkin. 2. Thomas of Tregunter, m. Elizabeth, d. of Harry Miles of Poston. They had William Vaughan father of (a) William (b) Sybil, m. William ap Harry (from Vaughan of Porthaml) of Trebarried; William was father Hugh Vaughan of Trebarried, living 1623. 3. Henry Vaughan of Bronllys. 4. Elizabeth, m. Thomas Morgan of Machen. 5. a dau., m. Jenkin ap Tomas Prosser of Aberllyfni. 6. Eleanor, m. 1st Howel of Argoed, called also Howel ap Gwilim Powel of Brecon. His first wife was Margaret d. of William ap John Havard, by whom he had Thomas Powel, who m. Sybil, d. of Sir William Vaughan, Kt. Eleanor m. 2nd Thomas ap Rytherch of Lliwell. 7. Joan, m. William Morgan of the Friars, Newport. He (Sir Roger Vaughan) had also of base children: 8. Robert Vaughan of Bronllys. 9. Robert Vaughan of Tregunter. 10. Thomas Vaughan of Trepicca. 11. a dau., m. Thomas ap Robert of Maesglas."

pp. 248.

sub VAUGHAN - unplaced entries.

"Eustace Whitney of Whitney m. Margaret, d. and co-h. of William Vaughan of Glasbury, and had SIR ROBERT WHITNEY of Whitney, and others."

Transcribed by Anthony Hoskins, M.A. and posted by Adrian Benjamin Burke, Esq.

Copyright © 2008, Adrian Benjamin Burke, Esq., and the Whitney Research Group

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