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Thomas ap Ieuan ap David o Arddynwent (g.1560) [Thomas ap Ieuan ap David of Arddynwent (b.1560)]

YSGOL BRYDEINIG, 17eg Ganrif

[delwedd: Thomas ap Ieuan ap David o Arddynwent (g.1560)]

Cyfrwng: olew ar banel

Maint: 67.5 x 54.3 cm

Derbyniwyd: 1996; Prynwyd

Rhif Derbynoli: NMW A 3691

 hithau’n gyfnod crefyddol iawn, roedd pobl yn credu mai paratoad ar gyfer y bywyd tragwyddol oedd bywyd ar y ddaear. Yma mae Thomas ap Ieuan o Arddynwent, Sir y Fflint yn ymbil am iachawdwriaeth gyda’r arysgrif Resvrgam (boed i mi godi eto). Mae’r robin goch yn symbol o Atgyfodiad Crist – credid bod drain y goron wedi mynd drwy frest yr aderyn. Mae’r arfbais yn cofnodi llinach y Thomasiaid, sy’n cynnwys y teulu Davies Gwysaney. 

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JEFF EVANS ar 10 Chwefror 2014, 05:57

Dear Sir or Madam: I wonder if you can kindly steer me in the correct direction of my "EVANS" family genealogy? This is a "possible " relation? My 8th gg-grandfather was William Evans, a Quaker who moved from Wales to Oxfordshire, England, where he worked as a carpenter.
He married Jane Hodges in a 1663 Banbury Society of Friends ceremony. They had two children in and near Oxfordshire, England; 1664 Thomas Evans, and 1668 William Evans, my 7th gg-grandfather. The entire family emigrated to Evesham, West New Jersey on the ship "Amity" in 1682.
I had thought that my 9th gg-grandfather was named Thomas married to Anne Powel? Have also heard the name "Thomas ap Ieuan" mentioned as a possible, but no documentation to prove this. Thank you for any kind guidance you may afford me.
Sincerely.
JEFF EVANS

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