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Kings and Princes of Wales

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Below is a list of the kings and princes of Wales from Rhodri the Great to Llywelyn ap Gruffydd ap Llywelyn, followed by the English Princes of Wales. After the Conquest of Wales Edward I created his son 'Prince of Wales' and since then, the title 'Prince of Wales' has been given to the heir apparent to the English and British throne. HRH Prince Charles currently holds the title.

Sovereigns and Princes of Wales 844 - 1282

844-78

Rhodri the Great. King of Gwynedd, the first Welsh ruler to be called 'Great' and the first, by virtue of peaceful inheritance and marriage, to rule most of present-day Wales.

878-916

Anarawd

915-50

Hywel Dda (Hywel the Good)

950-79

Iago ab Idwal

979-85

Hywel ab Ieuaf (Hywel the Bad)

985-86

Cadwallon

986-99

Maredudd ab Owain ap Hywel Dda

999-1008

Cynan ap Hywel ab Ieuaf

985-86

Cadwallon

986-99

Maredudd ab Owain ap Hywel Dda

999-1008

Cynan ap Hywel ab Ieuaf

1018-23

Llwelyn ap Seisyll

1023-39

Iago ab Idwal ap Meurig

1039-63

Gruffydd ap Llywelyn ap Seisyll

1063-75

Bleddyn ap Cynfyn

1075-81

Trahaern ap Caradog

1081-1137

Gruffydd ap Cynan ab Iago

1137-70

Owain Gwynedd

1170-94

Dafydd ab Owain Gwynedd

1194-1240

Llywelyn Fawr (Llywelyn the Great)

1240-46

Dafydd ap Llywelyn

1246-82

Llywelyn ap Gruffydd ap Llywelyn

Prince of Wales Feathers - Sodacan WKC

The Prince of Wales' Feathers
("Ich Dien" = "I serve")

English Princes of Wales From 1301

1301

Edward (II)

1343

Edward the Black Prince

1376

Richard (II)

1399

Henry of Monmouth (V)

1454

Edward of Westminster

1471

Edward of Westminster (V)

1483

Edward

1489

Arthur Tudor

1504

Henry Tudor (VIII)

1610

Henry Stuart

1616

Charles Stuart (I)

1638

Charles (II)

1688

James Francis Edward (Old Pretender)

1714

George Augustus (II)

1729

Fredrick Lewis

1751

George William Fredrick (III)

1762

George Augustus Fredrick (IV)

1841

Albert Edward (Edward VII)

1901

George (V)

1910

Edward (VII)

1958

Charles Philip Arthur George

 

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