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firctefllfljgia CamJrmustjs. FIFTH SERIES.—VOL. XIV, NO. MIL JANUARY 1897. FLINTSHIRE GENEALOGICAL NOTES. BY ERNEST ARTHUR EBBLEWHITE, ESQ., F.S.A. (Continued from vol. ■riii, p. 52.) XVI.—RHTJDDLAN {continued). In connection with the old pedigree of Conwy of Bod- rliyddan, described in my last article, I am kindly informed by Mr. Richard Savage, the Secretary and Librarian of Shakespeare's Birthplace, Stratford-on- Avon, that there is a similar pedigree among the muniments of the Marquess of Hertford at Ragley Hall, Alcester, Warwickshire, with the following in¬ scription as a heading :— "The Pedigree of Sir Jno Conway of Bodrithan Knight together with those houses which are lineally descended from his by the name of Conway & withall the several kindred he has by daughters of the house of Bodrithan that were matched with other houses all which I endeavoured to set down as near as I could & especially the issue of the house of Bodrithan & My Lord Conway's, leaving none of the rest that I could con¬ veniently place or insert. Taken out of a Pedigree Book which was collected by the great pains & industry of the truly Pevered Pobert Davies of Gwissaney Esq1- who departed this mortal life 27th day Janry 1633, whose absence is a daily grief to me his humble servant Griffith Hughes. Drawn by me G\ Hughes Depy herald of the office of Arms for K Wales the 27th of Nov* 1634. All the descents in the Roundlett I 5th seu., vol. xiv. 1