2nd son of Owen Owen, of Bodfilin, Carnarvon. MA of
Married: 1: Margaret, buried
Issue: 1d: Margaret Christened
Married: 2: Jane, buried
1 son: John, Rector of
3 son: Robert, Christened
4 son: Francis, Christened
5 son: William (twin) Christened
6 son: Richard (twin) Christened
2 daughter: Katharine
Will dated 11 March 1592/3 pr 26 May 1593 by John Owen his brother He desired burial in Burton Latimer Church, and gave to his daughters Katharine Owen and Elizabeth Owen £200 apiece; to sons John, Griffith, Robert, Francis, William and Richard £100 apiece; poor of Burton Latimer £6.13s.4d at discretion of Mr Edw Mulshoe, Mr Fr Mulshoe, Mr Rbt Downing and Mr Geo Mulshoe; poor of Amlwchr, Llanchristiolis and Kerrigkeymoen, Llangeynwen and Llangaffo 40s each at dics of brother William Owen; rep. of Cath. Church of Bangor 40s. To sister in law Mrs Annes Hensman £8; brother Mr Robert Owen esq, brother Mr Wm Owen a gold ring of 40s each. Sister Ellen and (****) Owen 40s each; children of brother in law Ris ap Tuder 40s equal divided sister Alice Owen £4 and one bill of obligacior of 20 nobles which her husband oweth me. To my mother £6 a year for life; sister in law Alice Griffith 40s; brother in law John Griffith 40s; cousin Jane Gwyn of Barton 20s at 15; my daughter Margaret Puleston, daughter Katherine Owen, daughter Elizabeth each one feather bed etc.. Rest to be divided among two daughters Kath and Elizabeth and six sons. Brother John Owen exor.
(Reference “Northamptonshire and Rutland Clergy from 1500” (1938-43) by Henry Isham Longden)
Owen Owen was described as ‘Parson of Burton Latimer’ throughout his incumbency. He had other livings in
Owen Owen’s first daughter married Edward Puleston who succeeded his father-in-law to the living and resigned in 1607 to make way for Owen Owen’s eldest son John. Owen Owen himself died in Burton Latimer, eight months after his second wife and is buried at Burton Latimer. It is interesting to note that in 1633 the Churchwarden’s Account Book states that the search for Owen Owen’s will containing the twenty nobles which he gave to the use of the poor, cost the parish six shillings and ten pence.