Here is a pretty comprehensive family tree of my branch of the Welsh Havard's of Breacon:Please tell me if you slot in anywhere. The Havards were a Norwegian Viking family of some social status and the first settlement. (occupation) in Normandy was in the hamlet of "Les Flamands" near Neuf-Marche, south of the town of Gournay-en-Bray between Rouen and Beavais.Many Havard's are not related to this branch of the family as they are decended from Norwegian Havard's (Haavard or Havard with a little 'o' over the first a).The English Havard's are mainly decended from the Welsh Havard.The Welsh Havard are decendents of Walter, a knight who supported William the Conquerer and his invasion of England.The area around Breacon was given to him as thanks and they married into the Royal family of Wales, the Vaughn's.Evidence of this can be seen in Breacon Cathedral on the tombstones.The family motto is "Hope in God", the crest a Bulls head on a white shield with three red stars surrounding it.
Richard Havard b. 15/3/35 (London) Peter Owen b. 31/7/1914 John 12/06/1872 (Wife:Mary Griffiths) William 1833 (Lettice James) Thomas 1782 (Anne James) John 1755 (Mary) John 1735 William 1710 David 1690 David 1665 Harry 1640 Robert 1585 (Elizabeth) David 1530 (Joan) Harry 1500 (Katryan) Thomas 1460 (Maud) Thomas 1440 John (?) Willam 1410 (Margret) William (?) John 1380 (Joan) John 1360 (Gwenllian) William 1325 (Elizabeth) Sion 1280 Siankin 1240 1240 (Margred) William 1210 William 1180 Walter 1150 William 1120 Willaim 1090 Peter 1065 Walter 1040 (William the Conqueror's general)
All the male line from around 1350 were born in Newcastle Emlyn, or the surrounding hamlets of Penbor, Adpar, Llandyfriog, Llangeler, Henlan, East Cerhedyn, Aberbanc, Penlon)