Einion ab Anarawd (c.1130–1163) was the son of Anarawd ap Gruffydd.
Rhys ap Gruffydd was the uncle of Einion. Einion aided King Henry II of England in 1158 in taking and destroying all the castles of Caredigion, gaining much in spoils of war. He was the captain of the king's bodyguard and the leader of the procession that raided the castles.
Einion was the father of Anarawd ab Einion (abt. 1150 - 1198), Madog ab Einion (abt. 1150 - 1193), and Hywel ab Einion (abt. 1150 - 1193). All his children were born in Carmarthenshire, Wales.
Einion was killed in 1163 by orders of Roger de Clare, 2nd Earl of Hertford. He was killed by one of his servants while sleeping. His murderer was Walter de Clifford. Walter is the father of Rosamund Clifford, a mistress of King Henry II of England.
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