Elin Wynn (Vaughan)

     Elin Wynn (Vaughan) was born in Gwydir, Llanwrst, Caernarvonshire, Wales. She was the daughter of Morris Wynne and Jane Bulkeley.

Elizabeth Wynn (Bodvill) (Thelwall)

     Elizabeth Wynn (Bodvill) (Thelwall) was born in Gwydir, Llanwrst, Caernarvonshire, Wales. She was the daughter of Sir John Wynn (1st Bart) and Sidney Gerrard.

Ellis Wynn

     Ellis Wynn was born in Gwydir, Llanwrst, Caernarvonshire, Wales. She was the daughter of Morris Wynne and Jane Bulkeley.

Ellis Wynn

(circa 1599 - before 20 November 1619)
     Ellis law-student. He was born circa 1599 in Gwydir, Llanwrst, Caernarvonshire, Wales. He was the son of Sir John Wynn (1st Bart) and Sidney Gerrard.
     Ellis died before 20 November 1619. He was buried on 20 November 1619 in Greyfriars, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Henry Wynn

(circa 1605 - 27 July 1671)
      10th son of the first Baronet. His only son John succeeded his cousin Richard to the Baronetcy.
. Henry Wynn was born circa 1605 in Gwydir, Llanwrst, Caernarvonshire, Wales. He was the son of Sir John Wynn (1st Bart) and Sidney Gerrard.
     Henry was Attorney at law.
     Henry died on 27 July 1671.

Child of Henry Wynn

Sir? John Wynn

(circa 1584 - 1614)
     Sir? John Wynn was born circa 1584 in Gwydir, Llanwrst, Caernarvonshire, Wales. He was educated at Bedford School and Lincoln's Inn . He was high sheriff of Merioneth , 1611-2 , and was knighted in 1613 . His marriage to Margaret , daughter of Sir Thomas Cave , appears to have been unhappy, and he travelled in France and Italy , 1613-4 , and d. at Lucca , 1614 , possibly in the Roman faith. He was the son of Sir John Wynn (1st Bart) and Sidney Gerrard.
     John died in 1614 in Lucca, Italy.

Sir John Wynn (1st Bart)

(1553 - 1 March 1626/27)
     Sir John Wynn (1st Bart) was born in 1553 in Gwydir, Llanwrst, Caernarvonshire, Wales. He was the son of Morris Wynne and Jane Bulkeley.
     John matriculated at Oxford University in 1570. A student of All Souls , Oxford , in 1570 , he was at Furnival's Inn in 1572 and at the Inner Temple in 1576.
Sir John Wynn (1st Bart) married Sidney Gerrard circa 1575. Sir John Wynn (1st Bart) was knighted in 1606. He was appointed a member of the Council of the Marches in 1608.
'John Wynn, of Gwydder, co. Carnarvon, Knt' son and heir of Maurice Wynn, of Gwydir afsd, by Jane daughter of Sir Richard Bulkeley, of Beaumorris, co. Anglesey; was Knighted at Whitehall 14 May 1606, and was created a Baronet, as above, 29 June 1611. He, who was a great collector of Welsh antiquities, was author of a history of the "Gwedir family". He married about 1575, Sidney, daughter of Sir William Gerrard, L Chancellor of Ireland (1576), by whom he had 11 sons and 2 daughters. He died 1 March 1626, and was buried at Llanwryst, M.I. Will pr. 1727. The Admon of his widow, dated 2 July 1632, to her son Sir Richard Wynn, Bart. . John was created a baronet in 1611.
     John died on 1 March 1626/27 in Wales. Seehttp://wbo.llgc.org.uk/en/s-WYNN-GWY-1300.html for more information. He was buried on 2 March 1626/27 in Llanwrst, Caernarvonshire, Wales.
     His will was proved in 1627.

Children of Sir John Wynn (1st Bart) and Sidney Gerrard

Sir John Wynn (5th Baronet)

(circa 1628 - 7 January 1718/19)
     Sir John Wynn (5th Baronet) was born circa 1628 in Wales. He was the son of Henry Wynn.
Only son of Henry Wynne who was 10th son of the 1st Baronet. Succeeded his cousin Sir Richard Wynn as 5th Baronet about 1674. Of Watstay (afterwards Wynnstay). Mar. Jane, daughter & heiress of Eyton Evans, of Watstay co. Denbigh by whom he acquired that estate. She died before him. He d.s.p. 7 Jan 1718/9 aged 91, when the Baronetcy became extinct. By his will he devised the Wynnstay estate to his first cousin twice removed, viz. Watkin Williams, son of Sir William Williams, 2nd Bart [1688], by Jane daughter & co-heir of Edward Thelwall and Sidney his wife, who was the only child that had issue of William Wynn, Prothonotary of Wales, the 6th son of Sir John Wynn, 1st Bart. The said Watkin Williams thereupon assumed the additional name of Wynn, and succeeded to the Baronetcy [1688] on the death of his father in 1710, being ancestor of the present family of Williams Wynn, Baronets

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     John died on 7 January 1718/19 in Watstay, Denbighshire, Wales.
     His will was proved in May 1719.

Margaret Wynn (Salusbury)

     Margaret Wynn (Salusbury) was born in Gwydir, Llanwrst, Caernarvonshire, Wales. He was the son of Morris Wynne and Jane Bulkeley.

Mary Wynn

(3 June 1639 - )
     Mary Wynn was christened on 3 June 1639 in King's Norton, Worcestershire. She was the daughter of William Wynn. Mary died in infancy.

Mary Wynn (Mostyn)

     Mary Wynn (Mostyn) was born in Gwydir, Llanwrst, Caernarvonshire, Wales. She was the daughter of Sir John Wynn (1st Bart) and Sidney Gerrard.

Morris Wynn

( - circa 1671)
     Morris Wynn was born in Gwydir, Llanwrst, Caernarvonshire, Wales. He was the son of Sir John Wynn (1st Bart) and Sidney Gerrard.
     His will was proved in 1671 at London.
     Morris died circa 1671. He left no issue.

Sir Owen Wynn (3rd Baronet)

(circa 1592 - 1660)
     Sir Owen Wynn (3rd Baronet) was born circa 1592 in Gwydir, Llanwrst, Caernarvonshire, Wales. He was the son of Sir John Wynn (1st Bart) and Sidney Gerrard.
He was educated at Westminster , Eton , and St John's, Cambridge . He was apprenticed to a merchant of the Staple in 1608 , but eventually came under the patronage of lord-keeper (later archbishop ) John Williams, whose niece, Grace , he married. in 1462 . Like his elder brother, he took no active part in the Civil Wars . Although threatened with sequestration in 1656 , he appears to have escaped and as sheriff of Caernarvonshire in 1653 , he proclaimed Cromwell as Protector . He was high sheriff of Denbighshire in 1656 . He was interested in alchemy, chemistry, and metallurgy.
Succeeded his brother to the Baronetcy 1649. He married Grace, daughter of Hugh Williams, of Werg co. Carnarvon. Her will proved 1680.
     Owen died in 1660.

Child of Sir Owen Wynn (3rd Baronet)

Richard Wynn

(say 1620 - before 1706)
      He married Catherine, daughter of Richard Viscount Bulkeley, she was buried 5 Sep 1706 aged 69. [Salusbury ms]

. Richard Wynn was born say 1620. He was the son of William Wynn.
     Richard resided at Garthgynan, Branas, Llandrillo-yn-Edeirnion, Merioneth, Wales, 3 June 1639.
     Richard died before 1706 in Branas, Llandrillo-yn-Edeirnion, Merioneth, Wales.

Richard Wynn

     Richard died in infancy. He was the son of William Wynn.

Archdeacon Richard Wynn

( - 9 September 1617)
     Archdeacon Richard Wynn was born in Gwydir, Llanwrst, Caernarvonshire, Wales. He was the son of Morris Wynne and Jane Bulkeley. Richard was Archdeacon at Bangor, Caernavonshire, Wales.
     Richard died on 9 September 1617 in Wales.

Sir Richard Wynn (2nd Baronet)

(circa 1588 - 19 July 1649)
     Sir Richard Wynn (2nd Baronet) was born circa 1588 in Gwydir, Llanwrst, Caernarvonshire, Wales. He was the son of Sir John Wynn (1st Bart) and Sidney Gerrard.
He was one of the Gentlemen of the Privy Chamber to Charles, Prince of Wales, whom he accompanied in his journey to Spain, being, after that prince's accession to the throne, Treasurer to the Queen Consort Henrietta. He was M.P. for Carnarvonshire 1619; for Ilchester 1621-22, 1624-25 and 1625; for Andover April to May 1640, and for Liverpool Nov 1640 to his death. He succeeded to the Baronetcy (presumably) 1 March 1626.

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     His will was proved in 1649.
     Richard died on 19 July 1649 in England. He was aged 61 and had married in 1618 Anne, daughterand coheiress of Sir Francis Darcy , but was childless. The baronetcy and estates fell to his brother Sir Owen on his death aged 61. He was buried in Wimbledon, Surrey.

Sir Richard Wynn (4 or 5 Bart)

(circa 1625 - 1674)
     Sir Richard Wynn (4 or 5 Bart) was born circa 1625 in Gwydir, Llanwrst, Caernarvonshire, Wales. He was the son of Sir Owen Wynn (3rd Baronet).
He married Sarah, daughter of Sir Thomas Myddleton, Bt of Chirk Castle, and had an only daughter Mary Wynn who married 30 July 1678, 13th Baron Willougby de Eresby and Duke of Ancaster and Kesteven. On the death of Sir Richard he was succeeded in the baronetcy by his cousin Sir John Wynn.
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He succeeded as 4th baronet in 1660 . He was high sheriff of Caernarvonshire , 1657-8 , Member of Parliament for Caernarvonshire , 1647-53 and 1661-75 , and was associated with the municipal government of Denbigh . In 1659 he appears to have been implicated in the royalist insurrection arranged by Sir George Booth and Sir Thomas Myddelton (whose daughter, Sarah , he had m. in 1654 ) and was for a while imprisoned at Caernarvon . On his death in 1674 his estate passed to his daughter Mary (1661 - 1689 ), who married in 1678 , Robert Bertie , baron Willoughby de Eresby later marquis of Lindsey and duke of Ancaster , in whose family Gwydir remained until 1895 . The baronetcy passed to John Wynn of Watstay ( 1628 - 1719 ), only son of Henry Wynn , tenth son of the first baronet , and was extinguished by his death.
     Richard died in 1674.

Robert Wynn

(circa 1603 - )
     Robert Wynn was born circa 1603 in Gwydir, Llanwrst, Caernarvonshire, Wales. He was the fourth son.. He was the son of Sir John Wynn (1st Bart) and Sidney Gerrard.

Roger Wynn

     Roger Wynn was born in Gwydir, Llanwrst, Caernarvonshire, Wales. He was the son of Sir John Wynn (1st Bart) and Sidney Gerrard.

Sidney Wynn (Thelwall)

( - 15 June 1683)
     Sidney Wynn (Thelwall) was the daughter of William Wynn.
     Sidney died on 15 June 1683.

Children of Sidney Wynn (Thelwall)

Thomas Wynn

     Thomas Wynn was born in Gwydir, Llanwrst, Caernarvonshire, Wales. He was the son of Sir John Wynn (1st Bart) and Sidney Gerrard.

Thomas Wynn

(1 February 1635/36 - )
     Thomas Wynn was born on 1 February 1635/36 in King's Norton, Worcestershire. He was the son of William Wynn.

William Wynn

(circa 1604 - 24 December 1654)
      6th son. Prothonotary of Wales, acquired Branas in Edeirnion, co. Merioneth, by purchase from Humphrey Branas. He married Jane, daughter & heiress of Thomas Lloyd, of Gwern-y-Brechtyn and had issue.
Salusbury ms gives ob.24 Oct 1664. Prothonotary of North Wales. Of Garthgynan. Marriage convenants dated 20 March 1628.
     William was Prothonotary in Wales. He was born circa 1604 in Gwydir, Llanwrst, Caernarvonshire, Wales. He was the son of Sir John Wynn (1st Bart) and Sidney Gerrard. William was present at Mary Wynn's christening on 3 June 1639 in King's Norton, Worcestershire.
     William died on 24 December 1654.

Children of William Wynn

William Wynn

     William died in infancy. He was the son of William Wynn.

Cadwallader Wynne

(before 1634 - after 1669)
     Cadwallader Wynne was born before 1634. He was the son of Lewis Gwynne ap Cadwallader and Sidney Wynne.
     Cadwallader died after 1669. He was mentioned in his brother's will of 1699.

Catherine Wynne

(circa 1655 - before 1764)
     Catherine Wynne was born circa 1655 in Lurganboy, Leitrim, Ireland. She was the daughter of Col Owen Wynne (I) and Catherine Hamilton.
Catherine Wynne married Major John Dunbar, son of Major John Dunbar and Mary Harman, before 1670. She was a 9th cousin of her husband, both being descended from Robert II, but also a 2nd cousin once removed, her mother Catherine Hamilton, being his 2nd cousin via the Harman family..
     Catherine Wynne and Catherine Hamilton, Brig-Gen James Wynne, Lewis Wynne, Gen Owen Wynne (II), Lucy Wynne and John Wynne were beneficiaries in Col Owen Wynne (I)'s will dated 3 June 1670 in Lurganboy, Leitrim.
     Catherine Wynne was party to a land transaction in September 1712 in Ballinacarrig or Staplestown, Carlow. A 1721 document states that the Earl of Thomond by a deed of free farm dated the 26th September 1712 did grant release and confirm unto Katherine Dunbar, widow, mother of the said John Dunbar, all those the lands of Quinagh with these ... epirnation?? 370 acres more or less, in the parish of Ballinacarrig Barony of Catherlogh, County of Catherlogh To hold unto the said Katherine Dunbar her heirs and assigns for ever all and under the yearly free farm rent of forty six pounds.... She was widowed before 26 September 1712 on the death of her husband Major John Dunbar.
     Catherine Wynne was party to a land transaction on 30 March 1721 in Dublin. Memorial of deeds of lease and release the last day of March and the first day of April 1721 between John Dunbar of the city of Dublin, esq. of the one part and Frances Cocksedge of Dublin, esq. of the other part the said release reciting that the ... Earl of Thomond by a deed of fee farm dated the 26th September 1712 did grant release and confirm unto Katherine Dunbar, widow, mother of the said John Dunbar, all those the lands of Quinagh with these ... epirnation?? 370 acres more or less, in the parish of Ballinacarrig Barony of Catherlogh, County of Catherlogh To hold unto the said Katherine Dunbar her heirs and assigns for ever all and under the yearly free farm rent of forty six pounds with several ... That the right and ... the said John Dunbar by which said release the said John Dunbar ... in consideration of five hundred pounds to him paid by the said Francis Cocksedge did grant release and confirm ... Francis Cocksedge all that the afsd ... and and the bog with the appurtenances to hold ... said Francis Cocksedge his heirs and assigns forever and under the said free farm rent duly and covenents in the said free farme deed ... which said deed of release is contained ... whereby ... declared to be void on payment of the said sum of five hundred pounds and intrest in manner herein mentioned which ... of lease and release are witnessed by James Ramsey of Dublin, peruke maker John Coyle servt to the said John Dunbar and Henry Buckley of the same city of Dublin, notary public. Jo Dunbar signed and sealed in the presence of .. John Coyle. John .... The above named Henry Buckley maketh oath ... and release for which he .. duly perfected by the above named John Dunbar ... said John Dunbar duly signed and sealed ... said ... he This Dep ... Henry Buckley. Registered the ... 4 o'clock in the afternoon..
     Catherine Wynne was mentioned in the will of Major John Dunbar dated 27 May 1724.
     Catherine Wynne was mentioned in a deed dated 26 July 1744 in Carlow, Carlow. Mrs Catherine Dunbar was in possession of lands in Catherlough town and mentioned as occupier in lease and releases.
     Catherine died before 1764 in Ballycarney, Ballinacarrig or Staplestown, Carlow, Ireland. In 1764 her grandson was able to inherit her husband's estate, probably on her death..

Children of Catherine Wynne and Major John Dunbar

Catherine Wynne

     Catherine Wynne was born in Wales. He was the son of Meredith ap Ieuan Wyn and Alice William ap Griffith.

Catherine Wynne (Wynne)

(say 1627 - )
     Catherine Wynne (Wynne) was born say 1627 in Wales. She was the daughter of Lewis Gwynne ap Cadwallader and Sidney Wynne.
Catherine Wynne (Wynne) married Edward Wynne, son of Richard Wynne, in Wales. She married her cousin Edward Wynne of Nantymerchied, son of Richard Wynne of Maesmochnant.

Catherine Wen Wynne

     Catherine Wen Wynne was born in Wales. She was the daughter of Meredith ap Ieuan Wyn and Alice William ap Griffith.