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My ancestors - Conway - Contents


Conway of Castle Conway, Killorglin, Co.Kerry




Bodrhyddan Hall, between Rhuddlan and Dyserth.
From streetmap.co.uk.


  
Conway, or Conwy, have been at Bodrhyddan, Flintshire, Wales, since the 1400s.
"Black Jack's Book" gives the following descent of the Irish branch:


Sir Henry Conway,
mar Alice Croniker [dau of Sir Henry Croniker],
had issue:


Richard Conway,
he may be "Richard Conwy" who built the first house at Bodrhyddan, Flintshire, Wales, in early 1400s,
mar Alice Torbock [dau of Sir Henry Torbock, of Torbock],
had issue:


John Conway,
mar Jane Ratcliffe [dau of Sir Richard Ratcliffe, of Devonshire],
had issue:


Jenkin Conway,
had issue:


John Conway,
mar Jane Stanley,
had issue:


Pierce Conway,
had issue:


Henry Conway,
mar Grace Dry,
had issue:


  1. Capt. Jenkin Conway,
    granted Killorglin, Co.Kerry, in 1587,
    ancestor of Conway of Co.Kerry.






Bodrhyddan Hall, Flintshire, Wales

Bodrhyddan Hall, Flintshire, NE Wales.
Between Rhuddlan and Dyserth (see map and satellite view).
Home of the Conwy or Conway family since the 1400s.
The first house at Bodrhyddan was probably built in the early 1400s.
The current house internally is late 1500s to early 1600s. There are two dates "1601" and "1637" inside the house.
Externally it is a re-modelling of around 1690. There was a further re-modelling in the 19th century.
See Historic Houses Association and British Listed Buildings.
See Bodrhyddan Hall site.
See street view of W entrance and farm entrance.

  


Bodrhyddan Hall, Flintshire.
Photo 2014. See full size.
From here. Creative Commons.



Bodrhyddan Hall, Flintshire.


  




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