Hi, it turns out that I'm a distantly related descendant of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gruffydd_ap_Rhys. Is anyone else? Please let me know.
Timothy, you can tag your question with a topic tag by clicking the down arrow to the side of your question. I have added a topic tag with the name of the individual.
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with Gruffydd ap Rhys being born in 1081 AD - he would literally have millions of descendants alive today - and since he is apparently part of the royal class - chances are virtually anyone who taps into Eurpean Royalty - would probably descend from - though it is so many generations back - many people may not have any clue that they do indeed descend from him.
I would imagine that is at least 20-30 generations back from us today - at which point most of us would have literally many millions of ancestors - so in that way - it is just one name among millions others.
what specifically were you wanting to know about him?
but wouldnt Google index it by the name - with or without the tag?
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