Person:Janet Mathew (8)

Janet Mathew
d.Abt 1494 Wales
  1. Janet MathewAbt 1445 - Abt 1494
m. 1468
  1. Sir Morgan John, of TredegarBef 1465 - Abt 1500
  2. Thomas Morgan, of MachenAbt 1465 - 1538
  3. Philip MorganAbt 1472 -
  4. Elizabeth Morgan1474 - Bef 1501
  5. Jane Morgan1476 -
  6. Elsbeth Morgan1480 -
  7. John Morgan - 1504
  8. Isabella MorganAbt 1480 - 1591
  9. Lewis Morgan1485 -
  10. William Morgan1486 - 1511
  11. Jane Morgan1818 -
Facts and Events
Name[2][3][4] Janet Mathew
Alt Name[1] Jennet Mathew
Married Name[2][3][4] Janet Morgan
Married Name[1] Jennet Morgan
Gender Female
Birth? Abt 1445 Llandaff, Vale of Glamorgan, WalesCitation needed
Christening? [proof pending - pos Gwaithfoed]
Marriage 1468 to Sir John Morgan, of Tredegar, Knight of the Holy Sepulchre
Death? Abt 1494 WalesCitation needed
Burial[4] prob Newport, Monmouthshire, Walesprob church of St. Woolos where her husband is buried

Notes on Parents of Janet/Jennet Mathew

  • Different sources report different mothers and siblings for Janet/Jennet. The only common thread seems to be that her father was John Mathew, s/o Sir David Mathew of Llandaff Court. More research is needed. --Cos1776 11:52, 29 May 2014 (UTC)
  1. 1.0 1.1 Jennet (Mathew) Morgan, in The Red dragon : the national magazine of Wales.

    Vol 9 (Jan-Jun 1886), p 195 -
    ... 1. John Mathew, eldest son, and heir presumptive, who married successively Katherine Kemeys, of Cefn-mabli, after whose death he again married, it is said, his kinswoman, Miss Fleming, daughter of Thomas Fleming, of Flemington. By the first wife he left an only child and sole heiress, Jennet Mathew, who married Sir John Morgan, Knt., living A.D. 1491, and by him had issue two sons, Sir John Morgan, Knt., of Tredegar, ancestor of that line, and Sir Thomas Mathew Morgan, who became progenitor to the family of Morgan of Machen, &c. ...
    [Note: Identifies "Jennet" as a d/o of John Mathew and Katherine Kemeys.]

  2. 2.0 2.1 Janet (Mathew) Morgan, in Burke, John, and Sir John Bernard Burke. A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland. (London, England: Various publishers, 1849-1863).

    Vol 3, p 351 -
    ... I. John [Mathew], of Llandaff, m. his cousin, the dau. of Thomas Fleming, Lord of Flemingstone, and had a dau. and heiress, Janet, m. to Sir John Morgan, of Tredegar, knight of the Holy Sepulchre, living in 1491. ...
    [Note: Identifies "Janet" as a d/o John Mathew and Unknown Fleming (his cousin).]

  3. 3.0 3.1 Cambrian Archaeological Association (London). Archaeologia cambrensis: a record of the antiquities of Wales and its marches, and the journal of the Cambrian Archaeological Association. (London: W. Pickering, 1846-).

    Vol. 1, 5th Series (1884), p 361 -
    ... 1. John, ob.v.p.m. Catherine Kemeys of Cefn Mably and had
    (a) Janet co-h., m. Sir John Morgan of Tredegar 1491,
    (b) Elizabeth, co-h., m. John Lord Clinton. ...
    [Note: Identifies "Janet" as d/o John Mathew and Catherine Kemeys and sibling of Elizabeth (I have not seen this sibling mentioned anywhere else. -cos1776).]

  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Janet Mathew, in The Genealogical magazine : a journal of family history, heraldry and pedigrees. (London: Elliot Stock, 1897-).

    Vol II (May 1898-Apr 1899), p 287 -
    ... Janet [Mathew], who m. Sir John Morgan, 1491. ... Sir John Morgan, K.H.S., d. 1493. Hist tomb is in St. Woolo's Church, Newport, Monmouthshire. ...
    [Note: Identifies "Janet" as a d/o John Mathew and Unknown. Dates for husband's death do not match other sources.]