Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 9, the Welsh Cathedrals (Bangor, Llandaff, St Asaph, St Davids). Originally published by Institute of Historical Research, London, 2003.
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Son of bp. Sulien (above, list 34), and described as 'high-pr.' of Llanbadarn in notice of his d., 30 March 1137 (Brut Peniarth Text p. 88b; Brut Peniarth Transl. p. 52; Brut Red Book pp. 116-17). Perhaps archdcn. of Cardigan. Gerald of Wales states that half the chapter, the faction that opposed him, was descended from Ieuan (Gir. Cambr. III 312).]
Son of Daniel archdcn. of Powys (i.e. Meifod, St Asaph dioc., above, list 26) and grandson of bp. Sulien, d. as archdcn. of Cardigan 1163 (Brut Peniarth Text pp. 109b-110a; Brut Peniarth Transl p. 62; Brut Red Book pp. 144-5; Ann. Camb. p. 49).
First occ. as archdcn. of Cardigan, then in Ireland, 10 Nov. 1203 (Gir. Cambr. III 323). Occ. as archdcn. 7 Dec. 1203 x 1214 (St Davids Acta no. 69, at p. 93). Prob. to be identified with Maredudd ap Rhys ap Gruffudd, archdcn. of Cardigan, son of the Lord Rhys, (fn. 1) who 'prospered too much from the favour of princes' (De Invectionibus pp. 224-5), (fn. 2) and d. 1227 (Brut Peniarth Text p. 189a; Brut Peniarth Transl. p. 101; Brut Red Book pp. 226-7).
Said to occ. as archdcn. of Cardigan 1283 (Menevia Sacra p. 221, citing Browne Willis MS Collect.) Perhaps to be identified with Owen son of Griffith, son of Madoc, parson of 'Bankbiry', nor called archdcn., who had protection 24 May 1282 (CPR 1281-92 p. 23) and 8 Sept. 1282 (ibid. p. 35).