List of Welsh rulers

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This is a list of Welsh rulers from 825 until 1282 when Wales was incorporated into England and then rulers from 1282 until 1707 of English Wales. These rulers were primarily prince of Wales but ruled the majority of Wales beginning in 825 which is where this list begins and the fact that in 825 England occupied land now in Wales as part of the English kingdoms (see Heptarchy)

House of Gwynedd & Deheuebarth[change | change source]

Interregnum (986-999)[change | change source]

House of Gwynedd[change | change source]

Interregnum (1023-1039)[change | change source]

Interregnum (1063-1081)[change | change source]

Claims after Llywelyn the Last[change | change source]

House of Plantagenet[change | change source]

House of Lancaster[change | change source]

House of York[change | change source]

House of Tudor[change | change source]

House of Stuart[change | change source]

Commonwealth (Lord Protectors)[change | change source]

House of Stuart[change | change source]

After[change | change source]

Technically Wales didn't become a country and remained part of England until 1998 until the act of Devolution in 1998 making it it's own country although remaining part of the United Kingdom.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Kings & Queens | Britroyals". www.britroyals.com. Retrieved 2017-06-03.