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[WELS011] Afallach (ap Beli mawr) was legendary.
[WELS021] Euddolen (ab Afallach).
[WELS031] Eudos (ab Euddolen).
[WELS041] Eifudd (ab Eudos).
[WELS051] Eudeyrn (ab Eifudd).
[WELS061] Euddigan (ab Eudeyrn).
[WELS071] Rhydeyrn (ap Euddigan).
[WELS081] Rhifedel (ap Rhydeyrn).
[WELS091] Gradd (ap Rhifedel).
[WELS101] Urban (ap Gradd).
[WELS111] Telpwyll (ab Urban).
[WELS121] Deheuwaint (ap Telpwyll).
[WELS131] Tegfan (ap Deheuwaint).
[WELS141] Coel hen [=old] Godebog (born c.360, ap Tegfan) married [CARA142] Ystradwel (ferch Gadeon, see NORTH WALES PRINCE). Coel hen, who was possibly a Romano-British commander in an area to the west of present-day Lothian, became better known in later folklore as "Old King Cole". Later descendants migrated to Wales.
[WELS152] Gwawl (ferch Coel) married [CYNA121] Cunedda wledig (ab Edern, see GWYNEDD KINGDOM (1)).
[WELS151] Ceneu (born c.400, ap Coel hen).
[GWY1161] Gwrwst Ledlwm (born c.435, ap Ceneu), (see GWYNEDD (1) for further details).
[WELS161] Maeswig gloff [=lame] (born c.435, ap Ceneu).
[WELS171] Einion ap Maeswig gloff (born c.460, ap Maeswig)
[WELS181] Rhun Ryfeddfawr (born c.480, ab Einion).
[WELS192] Perweur (ferch Rhun Ryfeddfawr) married [CYNA161] King Rhun hir of Gwynnedd (see GWYNEDD KINGDOM (1)).