IORWERTH ap BLEDDYN
Bleddyn ap Cynfyn
, and a
co-ruler of Powys
close of the 11th cent
he was involved in the rebellion of
. His desertion caused the collapse of the rising, and when he did not
receive the whole of the
, as he had hoped, he became troublesome to the
, and was imprisoned in
. Released in
to deal with his nephews, he met his death at the hands of one of these younger relatives, viz.
Madog ap Rhiryd
, in the following year. He left no descendants.
A History of Wales: from the Earliest Times to the Edwardian Conquest
Professor Thomas Jones Pierce, M.A., F.S.A., (1905-1964),