man Ralph deMortimer‏‎, son of Roger Lord Of Wigmore de Mortimer and Isabel de Ferrers‏. Adoption parents: Lord Roger de Mortimer and Isabel deFerrers
Born ‎ 1187 at Wigmore, Hereford, England, died ‎ Aug 6, 1246‎, 58 or 59 years, buried ‎ at Wigmore, Co. Hereford, England. Occupation: 5th Baron Mortimer
Ralph de Mortimer, in 12th year of Henry III, had livery cf all his landsin Gloucester, Southampton, Berks, Salop and Hereford. He erected severalstrong castles, by which he was enabled to extend his possession againstthe Welsh; so that Prince Llewelin, seeing that he could not successfullycope with him, gave him his daughter Gladuse Duy, widow of Reginald deBraose, in marriage.

Married ‎ 1230 (15 or 16 years married) to:

woman Queen Gladys Wales‏‎, daughter of King Llywelyn Fawr Wales and Tangwystyl Verch Llywarch‏.
Nickname: The Dark, born ‎ 1187 at Gwynedd, Caernarvonshire, Wales, died ‎ 1251‎, 63 or 64 years, ‎1st marriage to: Ralph deMortimer, 2nd married/ related to: Reginald deBraose


man Roger I Mortimer‏
Born ‎± ABT. 1231 at Cwmaron Castle, Radnorshire, Wales, died ‎ Oct 27, 1282 at Kingsland, Herford, England‎, approximately 51 years. Occupation: 6th Baron Mortimer of Wigmore; Sheriff of Herefordshire
Roger de Mortimer received all his father's lands (except those where hismother Gladuse was endowed). He was Captain General of all the king'sforces in Wales, but was overpowered by Llewelin, but owning toconsanguinity--he being Lewellin's nephew he was allowed to return to hiscastle. After accession of Edward I, he continued in royal favor. Hemarried Maud, daughter and heir of William de Braose of Brecknock. He hadseveral sons and when he died in 1282 was succeeded by his eldestsurviving son, Edmund.