Einion ap Howell 1
- Marriage (1): Sissly
- Died: Bef 1514, <Llangelynin, Talybont, Merionethshire, Wales>
From Reifsnyder-Gillam Ancestry, pp. 41-42:
"VI. EINION AP HOWELL, of the parish of Llangelynin, Talybont, was dead before 1514. He married Sissly, illegitimate daughter of Sir John Burgh, Knight, Lord of Mowthey, or Mawddwy, Merionethshire.
"This John Burgh proved his age at Shrewsbury, 28 June, 1435, before Humfrey Cotes, the King's escheator, in the county of Salop, and was then twenty-one years of age 'on the 12th June last past,' having been born at Wattlesburgh, and baptized in the church of Alberbury in the same town. He was a person of great magnificence and was four times Sheriff of Shropshire, 1442, 1449, at which time he had been knighted, and again in 1453 and 1463-4, serving the last time for two years. He died on Saturday, the eve of Pentecost, 1471.
"Sir John Burgh, who was also styled Lord of Olonde, near the Castle of Chirbourgh, France, was son of Hugh Burgh, Lord of Mowthey or Mawddwy (died 18 August, 1430), and Elizabeth his wife, daughter of John de la Pole, Lord of Mawddwy (died 3 November, 1403, sole heiress to her brother, Fulk), and Elizabeth his wife (born 7 May, 1375; died prior 1403), daughter of Sir Fulk Corbet, of Wattelesburg, and Moreton Corbet.
"John de la Pole was son of William de la Pole (living 1352-3), son of Griffith de la Pole, Lord of Mawddwy (of age 1319), son of William, fourth son of Griffith ap Wenwynnyn, Prince of Upper Powys, descended from Bleddyn ap Cynfyn, Prince of Powys, murdered 1073."
"Dwnn II, 278. He is the first ancestor in the male line of Humphry ap Hugh, of Llwyn, [sic] du Llwyngwrill, Llanglynin, Talybont, given in the manuscript pedigree compiled by Rowland Ellis, 1697."
Einion married Sissly, daughter of Sir John Burgh Lord of Mowthey, or Mawddwy, Merionethshire and Unknown.