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Saint Cwyllog

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It was Female Saints Cwyllog (or Cywyllog) Christian holy woman, who participated actively in Anglesey, Wales, in the sixth century earlier. Daughter, sister and daughter of the saints, and is said to have founded the Church of the Holy Cwyllog, Llangwyllog, in the middle of Anglesey, where the church is still dedicated to them.

Little is known about some of Cwyllog (sometimes written Cywyllog); are not listed her date of birth and death in the sources.Female Patron Saints It is said that she was one of the daughters of CAW Female Saints The king was in the north of England, who lost their lands and sought safety with my family in Anglesey, where the governor Maelgwn Gwynedd gave land to the north-east of the island, an area known as Twrcelyn. Other relatives including Iestyn Cwyllog Saints and Female Saints Cyngar (Brothers CAW) and her sister, Cain, and Peithian Gwenafwy as well as various brothers, including the Female Saints Gildas (although the number of children between the CAW 10 to 21 different manuscripts). The Cwyllog, as they say, the wife of Mordred (or Medrod), the son of scheming and the nephew of King Arthur and the mother of his sons. In accordance with 19 Lal century Welsh archaeological Angharad Llwyd, in the history of Anglesey, Cwyllog decided to follow the religious life after the death of her husband in the battle against Arthur at the Battle of Camlann in 537.

She is said to have founded the Church of the Holy Cwyllog, Llangwyllog, by the middle of Anglesey, but within the area granted to the father, in the ninth century 6. The present church (which is still dedicated to them) has a later time, and perhaps the walls dating from around 1200. And recorded the feast day on January 7, despite the fact that this date does not appear in the calendar Welsh saints.

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