Talk:Gruffydd Maelor I

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Pretty sure that COA is for Gruffydd Maelor II, since Gruffydd Maelor I's son bore an undifferentiated sable lion rampant. Those extra red stripes are marks of difference which would be appropriate for someone who wasn't the direct heir. Anyhow, if someone could check a reference text, that'd be great. -114.91.67.83 (talk) 10:43, 6 June 2009 (UTC)