The only recorded son of Cadfarch (JA-1) is Ynyr (JB-1). In one record he is listed as Membyr. It would seem that there was trouble dealing with this name since it is given as "Honorius or Ynyr" with Ynyr described as "Celtic". [See British Kings and Queens, p. 124, by Mike Ashley] This name is utilized ca. 510 AD in southern Gwent, and would explain some of the connections to south Wales which appears in the next several generations of my family tree. It becomes a "Welsh" name used occasionally, with Inigo Jones taking this name.[Much more will be said to document this finding.] He is described as "Lord of Whittington and both Maelors". This would simply mean a land owner, but much has been made of these titles.