The known relationship between
Richard II, The Good, 4th Duke of Normandy
and Lloyd Emslie Thomas
In appreciation, for we do not choose our ancestry, as God has made that choice for us, as part of His physical and psychological equipping
for us to complete our special responsibility on this planet which our earthy existence lays upon us (of those whom He foreknows will be His in Christ).
1.
Richard II, The Good, 4th Duke of Normandy (963-1026)
16th great grandfather of wife of 2nd great grandfather of husband of 1st cousin 7x removed
 
2.
Robert I, The Magnificent, 6th Duke of Normandy (1000-1035)
son of Richard II, The Good, 4th Duke of Normandy
 
3.
William I, The Conqueror, 7th Duke of Normandy / King of England (1028-1087)
son of Robert I, The Magnificent, 6th Duke of Normandy
 
4. Henry I of England (1068-1135)
son of William I, The Conqueror, 7th Duke of Normandy / King of England
 
5. Matilda of England (1102-1167)
daughter of Henry I of England
 
6. Henry II Plantagenet, King of England (1133-1189)
son of Matilda of England
 
7. John (the Nasty) Plantagenet, King of England (1167-1216)
son of Henry II Plantagenet, King of England
See: Magna Carta
8. Henry III Plantagenet, King of England (1207-1272)
son of John Plantagenet, King of England
9. Edward I Plantagenet, King of England (1239-1307)
son of Henry III Plantagenet, King of England
 
10. Edward II Plantagenet, King of England (1284-1327)
son of Edward I Plantagenet, King of England
 
11. Edward III Plantagenet, King of England (1312-1377)
son of Edward II Plantagenet, King of England
 
12. John Plantagenet, John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster (1340-1399)
son of Edward III Plantagenet, KIng of England
 
13. John Beaufort 1st Earl of Somerset (1373-1410)
son of John Plantagenet, John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster
 
14. John Beaufort 1st Duke of Somerset (1403-1444)
son of John Beaufort 1st Earl of Somerset
 
15. Lady Margaret Beaufort (1443-1509)
daughter of John Beaufort 1st Duke of Somerset
 
16. Henry Tudor, King Henry VII (1457-1509)
son of Lady Margaret Beaufort
 
17. Sir Roland de Velville (1474-1535)
son of Henry Tudor, King Henry VII
 
18. Jane Velville (1525-1545)
daughter of Sir Roland de Velville
 
19. Katheryn Berain (1540-1591)
daughter of Jane Velville
 
20. Maurice Wynn (1529-1580)
husband of Katheryn Berain
 
21. Sir John Wynn
son of Maurice Wynn
 
22. William Wynn (1600-1654)
son of Sir John Wynn
 
23. Sydney Wynn (1626-1683)
daughter of William Wynn
 
24. Jane Thelwall (1665-)
daughter of Sydney Wynn
 
25. Sir William Williams (1665-1740)
husband of Jane Thelwall
 
26. Margaret Kyffin (1645-1706)
mother of Sir William Williams
 
27. Watkin Kyffin (-1670)
father of Margaret Kyffin
 
28. Catherine Kyffin (-1712)
daughter of Watkin Kyffin
 
29. Robert Lloyd
son of Catherine Kyffin
 
30. Robert Lloyd (1721-1799)
son of Robert Lloyd
 
31. Thomas Lloyd (1767-)
son of Robert Lloyd
 
32. Anne Lloyd (1803-1892)
daughter of Thomas Lloyd
 
33. Joseph Thomas (1836-1920)
son of Anne Lloyd
 
34. John Thomas (1865-1909)
son of Joseph Thomas
 
35. Joseph Reginald Thomas (1902-1991)
son of John Thomas
 
36. Lloyd Emslie Thomas (1941-)
son of Joseph Reginald Thomas
 
37. Michéle Anne,   David Lloyd,   Melanie Helen
children of Lloyd Emslie Thomas
 

Some Interesting Early Events
c.AD 400
An aristocratic group led by Cunedda, drawn from an area of strong Romano-British traditions  migrates to northwest Wales from Manaw,
a small province round the head of the Firth of Forth in the land of Gododdin (one of the Brythonic kingdoms of north Britain),
by invitation in order to expel the Irish who had occupied the area.
Birth of Arthur (Artorius) King of Britain in c.475 AD; he leads a British army against the Saxons as far as along the Loire in Gaul.
Victory over the Saxons at Mount Badon, near Wansdyke, in 516 brought peace for a generation; Arthur dies from wounds after the battle of Camlann, near Camelford in Cornwall c.537.
St. Columba records first sighting of the Loch Ness 'monster' - 11 October 565 AD in the river Ness. From the eye-witness description
it was probably a plesiosaur chasing spawning salmon up the river Ness in from the North Sea, swimming in a penguin-like motion.

(This fossilized plesiosaur skeleton above was discovered in a Dorset cliff by Mary Anning in 1821).

In 2015 the National Geographic magazine publishes the ridiculous assertion (ISSN 2160-7141) that it was an Indian circus elephant swimming.
An "Indian elephant" from a "circus" in Scotland in the 6th century. How ridiculous can you get!
St. David (Dewi, born c.520) son of Sandde, son of Cedig, son of Ceredig, son of Cunedda, (whose mother was Non)
preached the gospel and started many churches in southern Cambria (Wales). Died c.600 AD.

The above data is subject to refinement as further information becomes available