Cadell ap Brocmayl King of Powys
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Cadell ap Brocmayl King of Powys

  • Marriage: Unknown
  • Died: 808, Powys, Wales

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Cadell is the earliest member of the Powys dynasty that is recorded. The only record of his ancestors is from the Pilar of Eliseg, so there is no certainty Brochmail son of Eliseg, Eliseg son of Guailauc actually existed.

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• Background Information. 1095
Merfyn Frych was descended from Llywarch Hên, and his father Gwriad had married a daughter of Cynan ap Rhodri. This gave him hereditary claim to the crown of Gwynedd, which he took on the death of Hywel ap Rhodri Molynog in 825. Merfyn married Nest, daughter of Cadel ap Brochwel, which build an alliance with himself and the royal house of Powys. He maintained his power against all his rivals and the Danes, and died in 844. He was succeeded by his son Rhodri "the Great."

~ A History of Wales, Vol. I, p. 323-324

• Web Reference: The text of the Pillar of Eliseg .
Concenn son of Catell*1, Catell son of Brochmael, Brochmael son of Eliseg, Eliseg son of Guoilauc.

Concenn*2, being the great grandson of Eliseg, erected this stone to his great grandfather Eliseg.

*1 According the the Annales Cambriae, Cattell died in A.D. 808
*2 Concenn or Cyngen died in Rome in A.D. 854 while on a pilgrimage

• Web Reference: Deeds most Ancient .


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