I checked out the URL and read some of the pages. I'm curious if anyone has taken the time to research the History of Wales? I did! And, unless I missed something, there was never a King named Lewllyn Floyd. There was a Gruffyd ap Lewylln and Lewylln ap Gruffyd. I forget the order in which they came. "ap" means "son of." There were no surnames during that period. Now I've been told that the surname FLOYD was derived from the name Lewylln. It has something to do with the l's being pronounced as f's in the original language. Someone correct if I'm wrong or mislead!!