Afallach (Avallach, Amalech), King of the Britons

Father: Beli, King of Britain
Mother: Anna of Arimathea
Some sources list Afallach as Llud or Lud. Others list Llud as his father.

Spouse: Athilda, Princess of Brittany, b. ca. 090, m. Marcomir II King of the Franks, ca. 108

Father: Marius, King of Britain, d. 094, he became King of Britain, 087 in Britain
Mother: Julia Victoria, Princess of Joeni
Married aft. 149.

Children:

  1. Eidol(us) ab Afallach, b. ca. 150
  2. Eugen(us) ab Afallach, b. ca. 152, m. Amerita (Emerite, Claudia)

Beli, King of Britain, m. Euriphile

Father: Dubnovellus (Dunvallo) ap Addeomaros, he was exiled by his cousin Tasciovanus, 005 in Britain
Mother: Annia (Antonia, Ancia)
Beli is said to have met Anna while living in Rome, where his father was in exile. He later invited Joseph of Arimathea, and other Christians, to come to Britain.

Beli is the British Christian prince, Eubulus, whose greeting the Apostle Paul sent to Timothy during his last imprisonment (2 Timothy 4:21). He is often confused with Beli Mawr and Heli (Beli), father of Lludd III.

Spouse: Anna of Arimathea

Father: Joseph of Arimathea
Mother: Anna the Prophetess
Anna's exact connection with the Holy Family remains a mystery. She is said to be either the daughter of the Virgin Mary, a cousin of Mary, or niece of Mary. Another source claims she is a daughter of Joseph of Arimathea by his first wife Escha, his brother's widow.

An entry in an ancient British annal reads: "mam yr Anna honno a dywedei wyr r Eifft y bot yn (oed)gyfynnithderw y Veir Vorwyn Wyry Mam Grist". I have not been able to get a complete translation, but it essentially says that Anna’s mother was close to the Virgin Mary. A Latin manuscript in the British Museum reads: "qui fuit Beli ("Magni") et Anne mater eius, quam dicunt periti consobrinam esse Marie uirginis, matris Domino nostri Ieus Christus", which translates to "Which was the son of Belus, the Great, his mother Anne, whom say the experts, was the cousin of the Virgin Mary, the mother of our Lord Christ; Jesus".
Married.

Children:

  1. Afallach (Avallach, Amalech), King of the Britons, m. Athilda, Princess of Brittany, aft. 149

Dubnovellus (Dunvallo) ap Addeomaros, he was exiled by his cousin Tasciovanus, 005 in Britain

Father: Addeomaros ap Cassivellaunus

Spouse: Annia (Antonia, Ancia)

Married.

Children:

  1. Beli, King of Britain, m. Euriphile, m. Anna of Arimathea
  2. Bran "the Fisher-King"

Addeomaros ap Cassivellaunus

Father: Cassivellaunus (Caswallawn), King of Britain, d. 048, he was removed from the throne, BC 054, he became King of Britain, BC 056

Children:

  1. Dubnovellus (Dunvallo) ap Addeomaros, m. Annia (Antonia, Ancia), he was exiled by his cousin Tasciovanus, 005 in Britain

Cassivellaunus (Caswallawn), King of Britain, d. 048, he was removed from the throne, BC 054, he became King of Britain, BC 056

Father: Heli (Helias, Beli), King of Britain
Cassivellaunus fought against Julius Caesar in 54 BC.

Children:

  1. Addeomaros ap Cassivellaunus
  2. Aesubelinus ap Cassivellaunus
  3. Andocoveros ap Cassivellaunus, d. 020

Heli (Helias, Beli), King of Britain

Father: Lugios "the Shining One", King of Britain, d. 100, he became King of Britain, BC 150
Mother: Moru
Heli may be the Dolobellus who fought against Julius Caesar's first invasion in 55 BC.

Children:

  1. Aryanrot
  2. Cassivellaunus (Caswallawn), King of Britain, d. 048, he was removed from the throne, BC 054, he became King of Britain, BC 056
  3. Nennius (Nemed II), d. 055
  4. Lludd III, King of Britain, d. 056

Lugios "the Shining One", King of Britain, m. Asta, m. Dwyn, m. Gwen (Gwendolen), m. Tang Boiorasdatter, d. 100, he became King of Britain, BC 150

Father: Huu "the Mighty", 1st King of the Kymri
Lugios was one of Britain's great legendary kings; one of the "barbarian kings" who fought the Romans on the European continent in the "Second Celtic Storm" from 113 to 101 BC.

He was also known as Lugh II "Lamfhota", and called Locrine by Geoffrey of Monmouth.

Spouse: Gwen (Gwendolen)

Married.

Children:

  1. Blad (Bluto)
  2. Modh (Midas), m. Etain
  3. Llyr (Lear), King of Britain, m. Etain

Spouse: Moru

Married.

Children:

  1. Heli (Helias, Beli), King of Britain
  2. Mile (Miledh, Millus)

Huu "the Mighty", 1st King of the Kymri

Father: Cas "the Exile"
Huu was also known as Hw "Gadarn", Hu "Ysgwn", and Hu "the Great". His name in French is Hugo "the Strong" or Hugh "Le Fort". He is called the first Cymric king, and conquered southern England around 150 BC.

Children:

  1. Lugios "the Shining One", King of Britain, m. Asta, m. Dwyn, m. Moru, m. Gwen (Gwendolen), m. Tang Boiorasdatter, d. 100, he became King of Britain, BC 150

Cas "the Exile"

Father: Heli I, King of Britain, He became King of Britain, BC 225
"Cas" is the first three letters of his name, the rest being lost. The parentage of Cas is unsure, but it is probable that he is the unnamed brother exiled by Lludd II and Nemed II.

Children:

  1. Huu "the Mighty", 1st King of the Kymri

Heli I, King of Britain, He became King of Britain, BC 225

Father: Digueillus, King of Britain, he submitted to the Gauls, BC ca. 250, He became King of Britain, BC 275

Children:

  1. Cas "the Exile"
  2. Lludd II, King of Britain, he became King of Britain, BC ca. 200
  3. Nemed II, King of Britain

Digueillus, King of Britain, he submitted to the Gauls, BC ca. 250, He became King of Britain, BC 275

Father: Capoir, King of Britain, d. 275, he became King of Britain, BC 300

Children:

  1. Heli I, King of Britain, He became King of Britain, BC 225
  2. Kian, King of Britain
  3. Mile, King of Britain

Capoir, King of Britain, d. 275, he became King of Britain, BC 300

Father: Pyr (Perydd), King of Britain, d. 300, he became King of Britain, BC 325

Children:

  1. Digueillus, King of Britain, he submitted to the Gauls, BC ca. 250, He became King of Britain, BC 275

Pyr (Perydd), King of Britain, d. 300, he became King of Britain, BC 325

Father: Gwryth (Gwrwst), King of Britain, d. 300, he became King of Britain, BC 350

Children:

  1. Capoir, King of Britain, d. 275, he became King of Britain, BC 300

Gwryth (Gwrwst), King of Britain, d. 300, he became King of Britain, BC 350

Father: Lludd I, King of Britain
It is believed that Gwryth married the daughter of Bethides, a Greek Governor, then Emperor, son of Percefus, the Greek Governor of Britain.

Children:

  1. Pyr (Perydd), King of Britain, d. 300, he became King of Britain, BC 325

Lludd I, King of Britain

Father: Beli "Mawr", King of the Britons

Children:

  1. Galamh (Milidh)
  2. Gwryth (Gwrwst), King of Britain, d. 300, he became King of Britain, BC 350

Beli "Mawr", King of the Britons

Father: Bran "the Blessed"
He was Beli Mawr "the Great", Sovereign Lord of the Celtic Britons. The story of Beli Mawr given by Geoffrey of Monmouth in "Historia" matches perfectly with the historical record of Rome being captured by the Celts around 390 BC. He was the Celtic god of the sun, called Belinus by the Romans. The festival of Beltane was May 1st; May Day.

Children:

  1. Arianrhod
  2. Finuala
  3. Formosa
  4. Llefelys
  5. Lludd I, King of Britain

Spouse: Don

Father: Mathonwy
Married.

Bran "the Blessed"

Father: Manogan
Bran's father is conjecture. It is only there to keep the connection with possible ancestors until I find something more substantial.

Children:

  1. Penardun, m. Marius, King of Britain
  2. Beli "Mawr", King of the Britons, m. Don

Manogan

Father: Eneid (Capoir)

Children:

  1. Bran "the Blessed"

Eneid (Capoir)

Father: Cerwyd (Gerwyd)

Children:

  1. Manogan

Cerwyd (Gerwyd)

Father: Crydon (Cyrdad)

Children:

  1. Eneid (Capoir)

Crydon (Cyrdad)

Father: Dyfnarth (Cynfarch), Duke of Cornwall

Children:

  1. Cerwyd (Gerwyd)

Dyfnarth (Cynfarch), Duke of Cornwall

Children:

  1. Crydon (Cyrdad)