14th century in Wales

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This article is about the particular significance of the century 1301 - 1400 to Wales and its people.

Princes of Wales[edit]

Princesses of Wales[edit]

Events[edit]

1301

1302

1303

1304

1305

  • Denbigh Castle is substantially completed; 183 settlers are recorded as living outside the town walls and only 52 inside the town's defences.

1306

  • Work on Beaumaris Castle restarts, after a six-year gap, prompted by fears of a Scottish invasion of North Wales.[1]

1307

1308

1310

1311

1314

1315

  • January - Roger Mortimer de Chirk is removed from his office of Justiciar of North Wales.
  • King Edward II of England, as guardian of the three heiresses of the estate of Gilbert de Clare, appoints Payn de Turberville of Coity as administrator.

1316

1317

1318

1321

1322

1323

1326

1327

1328

1329

  • February - Following her elopement with (or abduction by) William de la Zouche, Eleanor de Clare, is again imprisoned in the Tower of London.

1330

1339

1343

1345

1346

1347

1349

1361

1369

  • Owain Lawgoch launches an unsuccessful invasion attempt on Wales.

1372

  • May - In Paris, Owain Lawgoch announces his intention of claiming the throne of Wales.
  • Owain Lawgoch and his invasion force arrive in Guernsey.

1375

1376

1377

1384

1386

1397

1399

1400

Births[edit]

1330

1341

1374

1376

1391

Deaths[edit]

1304

1311

1314

1315

1326

1327

1330

1337

1342

1347

1349

1352

1356

1360

1370 1363

1372

1373

1376

1378

  • July - Owain Lawgoch, claimant to the principality of Wales (assassinated), ?48

1381

  • probable - Sir Hywel ap Gruffydd ("Syr Hywel y Fwyall"), soldier in the service of King Edward III of England

1383

1385

1387

1390

1394

1398

1400

References[edit]

  1. ^ Taylor, Arnold (2004) [1980], Beaumaris Castle (5th ed.), Cardiff, UK: Cadw, pp. 8, 10–11, ISBN 1-85760-208-0 
  2. ^ Pettifer, Adrian, Welsh Castles: a Guide by Counties. Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2000. p.60.
  3. ^ Weir, Alison. (2006) Queen Isabella: She-Wolf of France, Queen of England. London: Pimlico Books. ISBN 978-0-7126-4194-4. p.136.
  4. ^ Weir, Alison. (2006) Queen Isabella: She-Wolf of France, Queen of England. London: Pimlico Books. ISBN 978-0-7126-4194-4. p.136.
  5. ^ Costain, Thomas Bertam. (1962) The Three Edwards. London: Doubleday. pp.196-97
  6. ^ Ian Mortimer, The Greatest Traitor, Vintage Books, 2010. ISBN 9780099552222. p 157
  7. ^ Birch, Walter de Gray, 'A History of Neath Abbey derived from original documents ... with some account of the castle and town of Neath [and] notices of the other monasteries of Glamorganshire' (Neath, 1902) pp. 125-126
  8. ^ Rev. John Milner, History of Antiquities of Winchester, p. 213.