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Henry, who was under 18 years of age in 1568, married a daughter of Ystradffin and were both living in 1597 when the Deputy-Herald Dwnn called at Trimsaran.
Griffith Vaughan had no children, and was succeeded by his brother William who married Margaret Morgan of Mudlescwm, and had a son Henry Vaughan who followed him at Trimsaran.
They primarily had their self-interests at heart, which is obvious from the way they married wealthy spouses from well connected families and amassed their many properties so they could increase their wealth and status in Welsh society.
Also Rodney Dalton joined the Carmarthenshire Family Historical Society in 1998 and this Society searched for our Dalton family in hundreds of records from the years of 1651 to after 1800. His elder sister Dorothy inherited the estate, and the younger sister Mary, a mercurial and eccentric lady, married John Brown of Ffrwd and had issue. John Dalton Edward Dalton – Debtor/Mortgagee, Aberlogin tenent, Glamorgan. Executor: Thomas Bevan, William Bonvill, James Dalton, son-in-law. Allen, Edward Dalton, collector, Edward Dalton, Jr. the first son of James Ormande Dalton, was of Llettyrychen farm and was born in 1713 in Pembrey, Wales and died 1766 in Pembrey, Wales.
Hundreds of E-Mail & documents with sources were received by Rod Dalton on these Dalton's from South Wales. From the personal FTM program of Anthony Burchette, the Vaughan Family, England to Wales; 1200 to 1800. The LDS Church IGI data files on the Vaughan family in Wales. Dorothy married in 1684 Edward Mansel (created a Baronet in 1696) who settled at Trimsaran and was High Sheriff in 1689. His spouse was Mary Bonvill, born in 1696 in Pembrey, Wales.
The Dalton Genealogical Society Journal, England In this chapter of our Dalton Family in Carmarthenshire Wales I have included a pedigree chart from my Dalton database to show the descendants of Walter Dalton III -1603. He married JANE NEEDHAM about 1638 in Witney, Oxfordshire England. 1607 in Cambridge, Oxfordshire England, and died May 01, 1714 in Pembrey, Carmarthenshire Wales. Our James must have attended one of these Inn’s, probably Gray’s Inn because there had been a few of his Dalton ancestor’s that had attended Gray’s in the past. So here again is an official entry in a parish record of James Dalton, father of our Thomas, with another illegitimate child. From the Vestry Books - Pembrey: 1746 - Witnesses mentioned in the vestry books were Hector Rees, James Dalton, John Rees and John Bonville. We do know by the records he lived and died on a farm named Llettyrychen farm.
Their only child, David Vaughan, described as of Trimsaran and Lletherychen, was High Sheriff in 1636.
Note: Some of the below pedigrees of the Dalton family was researched by John Luther Dalton while on a Genealogical Mission to Wales in 1888. He too, was succeeded by an only son, ROWLAND VAUGHAN, who married Margaret Ann Mansel of Swansea.