Tudwal Gloff

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Tudwal Gloff (English: Tudwal the Lame or Welsh: Tudwal ap Rhodri; born c. 860) was the youngest of the four sons of Rhodri the Great.[1] He earned his epithet 'the Lame' after being wounded in his knee at the Battle of the Conwy in 881 AD fighting alongside his brothers against the invading Mercians.[1] After this event he seems to have pursued a career in church life.

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  1. ^ a b "Tudwal Gloff's Ancestry". Ancestry.com. 23 February 2014. Retrieved 2 March 2014.