RESURRECTION (About possible family connections) RESTITUTION
  A 13th. century document shows a lake near Lytham in Lancashire called, Curridmere. This denotes ‘The Lake of Currid’.  and one wonders, was this, Currid, the Cywryt who was the father of, Guinevere, the wife of King Arthur? If so, Cywryt, was the bard of the warrior, Dunawt, whose name survives in the place-name, 'Dent'. Dent is 5 miles from Sedbergh, a town that was originally 3 hamlets, one of which was called, "Bland" and some geneological experts now believe, that the surname, "Bland", all originate from this location. If so, a "Bland" who could so easily have originated the whole idea, was Am-bland Vledic and he was the maternal grandfather of King Arthur.  
  However, Ambland Vledic was allegedly the son-in-law of, Cunedda. A warrior active about the year 400 A.D. and of whom, the historian, Nennius, said, '....had come from the north...(to).....expelled the Irish from these countries with immense slaughter and they never again returned to inhabit them'. But what is signicant is that he was also known as, 'Cunedda of the 1000 horse', when a normal Roman cavalry unit only had 500 horses. However, there was indeed a special 1000 horse cavalry unit always sent to a Roman province and always stationed at the maximum point of danger. The one in Britain was called the, Alae Petriana; and it was stationed at Stanwick near Carlisle. But what is also of interest, is that these cavalry units were always named after specific individual and the chances are that the, Alae Petriana, was probably named after, Petelius Cerilius. A cavalry commander in Britain at the time of the revolt of Bodicca and who was also the Emperor Vepasians first governor of Britain about 70 A.D.