South West Wales

Camarthenshire

Around 1165 Rhys Gryg ap Rhys Dinefwr was born to Rhys ap Gruffydd "The Lord Rhys" Dinefwr (33) and Gwenllian ferch Madog Mathrafal at Camarthenshire

After 19 Sep 1182 Matilda Braose was born to Reginald Braose and Graecia Briwere at Camarthenshire

On 16 May 1483 Edward IV Edward V Richard III 1476-1485. Richard III King England (30) . Westminster. Grant for life to the king's servant Henry[1] (28) duke of Buckingham, of the offices of chief justice and chamberlain in South and North Wales, constable of the castles and counties of Kermerdyn[2] and Cardigan[3], the castles of Abrustwith[4], co Cardigan, and Denevour in South Wales[5], the castle and town of Tonebigh[6], co. Pembroke, the castle and lordship of Kylgarvan[7] in South Wales, the castle and town of Llan Stepham[8] in South Wales, the lordship of Wallewynscastell [9] in South Wales, the lordship of Westhaverford in South Wales[10], constable, steward, and receiver of the castle, lordshiop and manor of Uske[11], the castle and lordship of Carlion[12], the castle, lordship and manor of Dynas, the castle and a moiety of the lordship of Ewyas Lacy, the castles, lordships and manors of Belth,Clifford, Radnore, Melenyth, Montgomery, Dynbigh, Elvell and Narberth, the castle, lordship and manors of Wygmore and Holt in the marches of Wales, and the lordship and manor of Bromfield in the same marches, steward and receiver of the lordships and manors of Norton, Knyghton, Raydor, Guerthrenyon, Comotoyder, Glasbury, Weryfreton, Cherbury, Terthic, Halcetur, Kadewyn, Newton, Kyry in the marches ..

Carmarthen

Around 1325 Philip ab Elidir Deheubarth was born at Carmarthen

Carmarthen Castle

In 1213 Rhys Gryg ap Rhys Dinefwr (48) was imprisoned at Carmarthen Castle

In 1213 Rhys Gryg ap Rhys Dinefwr (48) was released at Carmarthen Castle

On 03 Nov 1456 Edmund Tudor 1st Earl Richmond (26) died of plague at Carmarthen Castle

On Jun 1529 Catherine Howard (30) attacked to release her husband at Carmarthen Castle

On Jun 1529 Rhys ap Gruffydd Deheubarth (21) was imprisoned at Carmarthen Castle

Camarthen Priory

In 1525 Rhys ap Thomas Deheubarth (76) died at Camarthen Priory

Dryswyn

In 1492 Henry Gwilym (66) died at Dryswyn

Dynevor

Dynevor Castle

On 14 Mar 1793 Cecil Cardonnel 2nd Baroness Dynevor (57) died at Dynevor Castle

Kidwelly

In 1137 Morgan Dinefwr killed at Kidwelly

In 1137 Maelgwn Dinefwr killed at Kidwelly

Llandeilo

Around 1081 Gruffudd ap Rhys King Deheubarth was born to Rhys ap Tewdwr King Deheubarth (16) and Gwladys ferch Rhiwallon Mathrafal at Llandeilo

In 1234 Rhys Gryg ap Rhys Dinefwr (69) died at Llandeilo

On 17 Jun 1282 the army of Gilbert "Red Earl" Clare 7th Earl Gloucester, 6th Earl Hertford (38) were ambushed by the Welsh at Llandeilo. William "The Younger" Valence was killed. [Battle of Llandeilo Fawr]. Much of Gilbert "Red Earl" Clare 7th Earl Gloucester, 6th Earl Hertford (38) 's army of 1600 men was destroyed.

Carreg Cennen Castle

Before 17 Jun 1282 Gilbert "Red Earl" Clare 7th Earl Gloucester, 6th Earl Hertford was captured at Carreg Cennen Castle

In 1462 Owain ap Gruffyd Deheubarth surrendered at Carreg Cennen Castle

In 1462 Thomas ap Gruffyd Deheubarth surrendered at Carreg Cennen Castle

Dinefwr Castle

In 1189 Maelgwn Dinefwr (19) was imprisoned at Dinefwr Castle

In 1244 Rhys Mechel Dinefwr (54) died at Dinefwr Castle

On 16 May 1483 Edward IV Edward V Richard III 1476-1485. Richard III King England (30) . Westminster. Grant for life to the king's servant Henry[1] (28) duke of Buckingham, of the offices of chief justice and chamberlain in South and North Wales, constable of the castles and counties of Kermerdyn[2] and Cardigan[3], the castles of Abrustwith[4], co Cardigan, and Denevour in South Wales[5], the castle and town of Tonebigh[6], co. Pembroke, the castle and lordship of Kylgarvan[7] in South Wales, the castle and town of Llan Stepham[8] in South Wales, the lordship of Wallewynscastell [9] in South Wales, the lordship of Westhaverford in South Wales[10], constable, steward, and receiver of the castle, lordshiop and manor of Uske[11], the castle and lordship of Carlion[12], the castle, lordship and manor of Dynas, the castle and a moiety of the lordship of Ewyas Lacy, the castles, lordships and manors of Belth,Clifford, Radnore, Melenyth, Montgomery, Dynbigh, Elvell and Narberth, the castle, lordship and manors of Wygmore and Holt in the marches of Wales, and the lordship and manor of Bromfield in the same marches, steward and receiver of the lordships and manors of Norton, Knyghton, Raydor, Guerthrenyon, Comotoyder, Glasbury, Weryfreton, Cherbury, Terthic, Halcetur, Kadewyn, Newton, Kyry in the marches ..

Dryslyn Castle

On 27 Jul 1271 Maredudd ap Rhys Gryg Dinefwr died at Dryslyn Castle

Llandovery

Llandovery Castle

In 1116 Richard Fitzpons (36) built at Llandovery Castle

Llanfihangel Aberbythych

Golden Grove

On 06 May 1634 John Vaughan 1st Earl Carbery (59) died at Golden Grove

Llangathen

Around Aug 1425 Henry Gwilym was born at Llangathen

Llanstephan

On 16 May 1483 Edward IV Edward V Richard III 1476-1485. Richard III King England (30) . Westminster. Grant for life to the king's servant Henry[1] (28) duke of Buckingham, of the offices of chief justice and chamberlain in South and North Wales, constable of the castles and counties of Kermerdyn[2] and Cardigan[3], the castles of Abrustwith[4], co Cardigan, and Denevour in South Wales[5], the castle and town of Tonebigh[6], co. Pembroke, the castle and lordship of Kylgarvan[7] in South Wales, the castle and town of Llan Stepham[8] in South Wales, the lordship of Wallewynscastell [9] in South Wales, the lordship of Westhaverford in South Wales[10], constable, steward, and receiver of the castle, lordshiop and manor of Uske[11], the castle and lordship of Carlion[12], the castle, lordship and manor of Dynas, the castle and a moiety of the lordship of Ewyas Lacy, the castles, lordships and manors of Belth,Clifford, Radnore, Melenyth, Montgomery, Dynbigh, Elvell and Narberth, the castle, lordship and manors of Wygmore and Holt in the marches of Wales, and the lordship and manor of Bromfield in the same marches, steward and receiver of the lordships and manors of Norton, Knyghton, Raydor, Guerthrenyon, Comotoyder, Glasbury, Weryfreton, Cherbury, Terthic, Halcetur, Kadewyn, Newton, Kyry in the marches ..

Llanstephan Castle

In 1146 Rhys ap Gruffydd "The Lord Rhys" Dinefwr (14) was captured at Llanstephan Castle

Ceredigion

On 16 May 1483 Edward IV Edward V Richard III 1476-1485. Richard III King England (30) . Westminster. Grant for life to the king's servant Henry[1] (28) duke of Buckingham, of the offices of chief justice and chamberlain in South and North Wales, constable of the castles and counties of Kermerdyn[2] and Cardigan[3], the castles of Abrustwith[4], co Cardigan, and Denevour in South Wales[5], the castle and town of Tonebigh[6], co. Pembroke, the castle and lordship of Kylgarvan[7] in South Wales, the castle and town of Llan Stepham[8] in South Wales, the lordship of Wallewynscastell [9] in South Wales, the lordship of Westhaverford in South Wales[10], constable, steward, and receiver of the castle, lordshiop and manor of Uske[11], the castle and lordship of Carlion[12], the castle, lordship and manor of Dynas, the castle and a moiety of the lordship of Ewyas Lacy, the castles, lordships and manors of Belth,Clifford, Radnore, Melenyth, Montgomery, Dynbigh, Elvell and Narberth, the castle, lordship and manors of Wygmore and Holt in the marches of Wales, and the lordship and manor of Bromfield in the same marches, steward and receiver of the lordships and manors of Norton, Knyghton, Raydor, Guerthrenyon, Comotoyder, Glasbury, Weryfreton, Cherbury, Terthic, Halcetur, Kadewyn, Newton, Kyry in the marches ..

Aberystwyth

Aberystwyth Castle

In 1197 Maelgwn Dinefwr (27) was captured at Aberystwyth Castle

On 16 May 1483 Edward IV Edward V Richard III 1476-1485. Richard III King England (30) . Westminster. Grant for life to the king's servant Henry[1] (28) duke of Buckingham, of the offices of chief justice and chamberlain in South and North Wales, constable of the castles and counties of Kermerdyn[2] and Cardigan[3], the castles of Abrustwith[4], co Cardigan, and Denevour in South Wales[5], the castle and town of Tonebigh[6], co. Pembroke, the castle and lordship of Kylgarvan[7] in South Wales, the castle and town of Llan Stepham[8] in South Wales, the lordship of Wallewynscastell [9] in South Wales, the lordship of Westhaverford in South Wales[10], constable, steward, and receiver of the castle, lordshiop and manor of Uske[11], the castle and lordship of Carlion[12], the castle, lordship and manor of Dynas, the castle and a moiety of the lordship of Ewyas Lacy, the castles, lordships and manors of Belth,Clifford, Radnore, Melenyth, Montgomery, Dynbigh, Elvell and Narberth, the castle, lordship and manors of Wygmore and Holt in the marches of Wales, and the lordship and manor of Bromfield in the same marches, steward and receiver of the lordships and manors of Norton, Knyghton, Raydor, Guerthrenyon, Comotoyder, Glasbury, Weryfreton, Cherbury, Terthic, Halcetur, Kadewyn, Newton, Kyry in the marches ..

Llanerchaeron

In 1230 Maelgwn Dinefwr (60) died at Llanerchaeron

Pontrhydfendigaid

Strata Florida Abbey

After 25 Jul 1201 Gruffydd ap Rhys Dinefwr Prince Deheubarth was buried at Strata Florida Abbey