Lords of Cemais

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The Lords of Cemais were the ruling families of the barony of Cemais in Wales, from the early 12th century to the present day.

  • Martin, fl. 1090's.
  • Robert fitz Martin, c.1095? - died c.1159
  • William I FitzMartin, c.1155-1209
  • William II FitzMartin, 1177?-1216
  • Sir Nicholas FitzMartin, 1210–1282
  • William, Lord Martin, 1257–1324
  • William, Lord Martin, 1296–1326
  • Joan Martin, fl.1296-1311
  • James Audley, 1313–1386
  • Nicholas, Lord Audley, c.1330-1391
  • John Touchet, Lord Audley, d. 1409
  • James Touchet, Lord Audley, d. 1459
  • John Touchet, Lord Audley, d. 1491
  • James Touchet, Lord Audley, c.1465-1497
  • John Touchet, Lord Audley, d. 1558
  • William Owen, c. 1488-1574
  • George Owen, 1552–1613
  • Alban Owen, 1580–1656
  • David Owen, fl. 1651
  • William Owen, c.1654-1721
  • Elizabeth Owen, d. 1746
  • Anne Owen, d. c.1720?
  • William Lloyd, d. 1734
  • Anne Lloyd, c. 1715-1775
  • Colonel Thomas Lloyd, 1740–1807
  • Thomas Lloyd, 1788–1845
  • Sir Thomas Davies Lloyd, bart., 1820–1877
  • Sir Marteine Lloyd, bart., 1851–1933
  • Nesta Lloyd Withington, d.1943
  • Morfa Withington Winser, 1920–1958
  • Joan Gregson Ellis, d. 1973
  • Hyacinthe Hawkesworth, married John Hawkesworth in 1943

Heir presumptative: John Phillip Cemaes Hawkesworth, born 1947. Married to Elizabeth Sparke of Gunthorpe Hall, Norfolk, with children Alexander and Clare Hawkesworth.

Sources[edit]

The Lords of Cemais, Dilwynn Miles, Haverfordwest, 1997. ISBN 0-9531961-0-0