The following data is extracted from Owen Family Records.
The Owens of Orielton descended from Hwfa Ap Cynddelw, Lord of Llys Llifton, in Alglesey, contemporary with Owen Gwynedd, Prince of North Wales, to whom he was steward. He was the founder of the first fifteen noble tribes of North Wales. He lived about A. D. 1150.
A101 SIR. HUGH OWEN: 1st Baronet of Orielton; created 1641; M. P. for Pembroke in several parliaments 1626-60.
A102 SIR HUGH: 2nd Baronet; M. P. for Pembroke 1676-95; d. 1698.
A103 SIR ARTHUR: 3rd Baronet; M. P. for Pembroke 1695-1727; d. 1753.
(1) Sir William: 4th Baronet A104.
(2) John: Lieut-Gen. in the army; d. 1776.
(A) Sir Arthur: 7th Baronet; d. unm. 1817.
(B) William: Brigadier-General in the army; col. 61st regt.;
(a) Sir William: 8th and last baronet of the old creation;
assumed by royal license, 1844, the additional name
and arms of Barlow; d. unm. 1851, when the title
conferred on his ancestor, Sir Hugh Owen, 1641,
(b) Emma Anne: d. s. p. 1861.
(c) Frances: m. Rev. Charles Tripp; d. 1866, leaving
issue. Their grandson, Owen Howard Tripp, of
Huntspill, assumed by royal license the name and
arms of Owen, as heir to his great uncle, Sir William
(C) Emma: m. Hugh Owen, of Lawrenny, who assumed the
surname of Barlow.
(D) Corbetta: m. Joseph Lord.
(a) Sir John Lord: inherited the estates by will of Sir
Hugh (the 6th Baronet), assumed the surname of
Owen and was created a baronet, 1813, A107.
(4) Margaret: d. unm.
A104 SIR WILLIAM: 4th Baronet; Lord Lieut. of Pembrokeshire; d. 1781.
A105 SIR HUGH: 5th Baronet; Lord Lieut. of Pembrokeshire; M. P. 1770-86; d. 1786.
A106 SIR, HUGH: 6th Baronet; M. P. for Pembroke 1809; b. 1782; d. unm. 1809; s. in the baronetcy by his cousin Sir Arthur, 7th Baronet; devised the estates, however, to another cousin.
A107 SIR JOHN LORD: 1st Baronet of the second creation, who was the eldest son of Joseph Lord (of co. Pembroke, by Corbetta, his wife, dau. of Lieut.-Gen. John Owen, and grandson of Sir Arthur Owen, 3rd Baronet) ; assumed the surname and arms of Owen; created a baronet 1813; b. 1776; Lord Lieut. of Pembrokeshire; governor of Milford Haven; d. 1861; s. by eldest son.
(1) Sir Hugh: 2nd Baronet-A108. (2) Charlotte: d. 1852.
(3) Maria: d. 1836. (4) Ellen: d.1857. (5) Eliza: d. 1862. (6) John: J. P.; b. 1831; & unm.
(7) William: b. 1834; killed in trenches before Sebastopol, 1855. (8) Arthur: b. 1836; d. unm. 1889. (9) Mary: d. 1892; issue. (10) Emma: d. 1876.
A108 SIR HUGH: 2nd Baronet; D. L.; hon. col. Pembroke artillery; A. D. C. to Queen Victoria; M. P. for Pembroke 1826-38 and 186168; 1803-1891.
(1) Sir Hugh Charles: 3rd Baronet-A109.
(2) John: J. P.; b. 1828; d. s. p. 1890.
(3) Arthur Rodney : comm. R. N.; 1829-1876.
(4) William: J. P. and D. L.; 1832-1889.
(5) Augustus: b. 1843; d. unm. 1868.
(6) Charlotte Angelina: d. 1888.
(7) Georgina: d. 1838.
(8) Fanny: d. 1835.
(9) Maria Frances: m. 1855, John Edward Russell.
(10) George Rodney: 1850-1886.
(A) Arthur Edward Rodney: b. 1877.
(a) Hugh George.
(B) Alice Georgina.
(D) Margaret Edith: m. 1900.
(E) Maud Ellen.
(F) Georgiana Marian.
(11) Alice Henrietta Rodney.
(12) Edith Rodney: d. unm. 1910.
(13) Ellen Rodney.
A109 A109 SIR HUGH CHARLES: 3rd Baronet; J. P. and D. L., co. Pembroke;
served at siege of Monte Video 1845-46, and in Kaffir War 1846-47;
(1) Sir John Arthur: 4th and present Baronet-A110.
(2) William: b. 1894.
(3) Augustus: b. 1895; served in Great War; killed in action 1918.
(4) Margaret Catherine Gwenllian: Issue.
A110 SIR JOHN ARTHUR: 4th Baronet; b. 1892; educ. at Llandovery College, and St. John's College, Oxford; s. his father 1909; rapt. late 11th batt. Somerset L. I.
(1) Hugh Bernard Pilkington: b. 1915.
(2) John William: b. 1917.
Source: Owen Family Records