Griffith ROBERTS
(-)
Ann WYNN
(-)
Evan EVANS of Tan y Bwlch, Gent.
(-1681)
Jonet VAUGHAN
(-)
Robert GRYFFYDD of Bāch-y-Saint, Gent.
(-1729)
Catherine EVANS
(-Aft 1729)
Evan GRYFFYDD of Bāch-y-Saint & Tan-y-Bwlch, Esq.
(1688-1735)

 

Family Links

Spouses/Children:
1. Jonet MEYRICKE

  • Anne GRYFFYDD (d.y.)
  • Robert GRYFFYDD, Esq.+
  • Catherine GRYFFYDD (d.y.)
  • Jonet GRYFFYDD (d.y.)
  • Margaret GRYFFYDD (d.y.)
2. Jane ANWYL
  • William GRYFFYDD
  • Elizabeth GRYFFYDD (d.y.)

Evan GRYFFYDD of Bāch-y-Saint & Tan-y-Bwlch, Esq. 1 2

  • Born: 1688, Criccieth, Caernarfonshire, Wales
  • Married (1): 22 Jan 1716/7, Maentwrog, Merioneth, Wales 3
  • Married (2): Between 1721 and 1734
  • Buried: 18 Aug 1735, Criccieth, Caernarfonshire, Wales 4

  Orthographic variation: GRIFFITH

  Research Notes:

Named in the Will of his father-in-law Thomas Meyricke of Plās Tan y Bwlch, Esq. (1724) as son and heir of Robert Griffith of Bach y Saint, and husband of his deceased daughter Jonet Meyricke.

One of the overseers of the Will of the Rev. Ellis Wynne of Lāsynys (1734)

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Evan Griffith of Bach-y-Saint Esqr. (burial record)

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Evan Griffith of Criccieth in the county of Caernarvon died intestate. Jane Griffith of Criccieth, widow, and William Anwyl of Llandeckwyn in the county of Merioneth, Gent. paid a bond of £300. Administration of his personal estate was granted to his widow and relict Jane Griffith on 22 Feb 1735/6. 5

  Marriage Information:

Evan married his 1st/4th cousin Jonet MEYRICKE, daughter of Thomas MEYRICKE of Plâs Tan y bwlch, Esq. and Anne EVANS, on 22 Jan 1716/7 in Maentwrog, Merioneth, Wales. (Jonet MEYRICKE died in Sep 1721.)

  Marriage Information:

Evan also married Jane ANWYL between 1721 and 1734. (Jane ANWYL was buried on 21 Nov 1737 in Criccieth, Caernarfonshire, Wales.)

Sources


1 Pedigrees of Anglesey and Caernarvonshire families, J. E. Griffith, p. 267.

2 A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland Enjoying Territorial Possessions Or High Official Rank, But Uninvested with Heritable Honours, John Burke, 1834, p. 251.

3 Maentwrog Parish Registers, Marriages.

4 Caernarfonshire, Wales, Lleyn and Eifionydd Church Registers and Gravestone Inscriptions, 1600-1902, in Gleanings from God's Acre: Within the Hundred of Lleyn and Commot of Eifionydd, p. 169.

5 B / 1736 / 66 / B, Bangor Probate Records, held at the National Library of Wales.


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