Person:Cadwalader Ap Thomas (1)

Cadwalader ap Thomas, of Kitalgarth
d.Bef 2 Sep 1682 Wales
  • F.  Thomas (add)
  1. John Thomas - Bef 1688
  2. Cadwalader ap Thomas, of Kitalgarth - Bef 1682
  • HCadwalader ap Thomas, of Kitalgarth - Bef 1682
  • WEllen EvansAbt 1660 -
m. Bef 1677
  1. John CadwaladerAbt 1677/78 - 1734
Facts and Events
Name Cadwalader ap Thomas, of Kitalgarth
Alt Name Cadwalader Thomas
Gender Male
Birth? Merionethshire, Wales?Kiltalgarth, Llanvawr?
Marriage Bef 1677 Walesto Ellen Evans
Alt Death[1][2] bef Feb 1682-1683
Death[1] Bef 2 Sep 1682 Wales?Kiltalgarth, Llanvawr?
Other[1] 2 Sep 1682 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United Statesnamed as dec'd in Will of John Thomas, brother

Research Notes

  • Cadwalader suffered persecution and imprisonment because he was a Quaker. Source needed.
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Wills: Abstracts, Book A : 1682 - 1699: Philadelphia Co, PA [1].

    THOMAS, John. Llaethgwn, Commott Penllun, Meriweth Co. Gentleman.
    9, 2, 1682. 10, 3, 1688. A. 77.
    Estate to wife Kathrine who is sole Executrix
    and to children
    - Thomas Jones,
    - Robert John,
    - Evan John,
    - Cadwalader John,
    - Kathrine John,
    - Mary John,
    - Sudney John and
    - eldest daughter Elizabeth, wife of Rees Evan of the township of Penmaen, Meringth Co.;
    nephew John the younger son of his brother Cadwalader Thomas late of Kiltalgarth, deceased;
    nieces Jane and Kathrine daughters of his brother Cadwalader Thomas and
    nephew Thomas Cadwalader.
    - John ap John of the parish of Phueabou, Denlrgh Co.;
    - Thomas Ellis of Cyfanedd, Mesioneth Co.;
    - Thomas Wynne late of Brouvadog near Caerwys in the County of Flint;
    - Robert David of Gwerneul, Merionyth Co.;
    - Hugh Roberts of Kiltalgarth in the said County;
    - Edward Jones late of Bala, Chirurgeon of the same County;
    - Robert Vaughan of Gwernevel, Merionyth Co.;
    - Edward Moris of Havodgynfawr, Denbigh Co.;
    - Robert Owen late of Frongoch and
    - son-in-law Rees Evans of Penmaen both near Bala, Merionyth Co.
    Witnesses: Robert Vaughan, Rowland Owen, Thomas Vaughan.

  2. Glenn, Thomas Allen. Merion in the Welsh tract: with sketches of the townships of Haverford and Radnor, historical and genealogical collections concerning the Welsh barony in the province of Pennsylvania, settled by the Cymric Quaker in 1682. (Norristown, Pennsylvania: Herald Press, 1896).

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    Keith's "Provincial Councillors of Pennsylvania"
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  4.   Family Recorded, in Moon, Robert C. (Robert Charles). The Morris family of Philadelphia: descendants of Anthony Morris, born 1654-1712 died. (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: R.C. Moon, 1898-1909)

    John Cadwalader was the first of his family to assume CADWALADER as the surname. He was the son of Cadwalader
    , the son of Thomas ap Hugh. Cadwalader Thomas had a brother John ap Thomas who prepared his own pedigree, in which he describes himself as John Thomas of Llaithgwm in the County of Merioneth, Gent, 1682. The Manuscript crossed the ocean with the first emigrants, and has been carefully preserved in the family for more than 200 years. A few years ago it was reproduced in the Pennsylvania Magazine, Vol. iv., p. 477-481.

    In the first part of the pedigree is traced the descent of John ap Thomas, 1682, from Marchweithian, 16 generations. Marchweithian was the eleventh of the 15 tribes or nobles of North Wales — the Lord of Is-Aled in Merionethshire. In the second part, the pedigree goes back to Adda and to Duw (God). ...