Sidney Wynne

(say 1600 - )
     Sidney Wynne was born say 1600 in Maesmochnant, Llanrhaedr-ym-Mochnant, Denbighshire, Wales. She was the daughter of Robert Wynne and Catherine Lloyd.
     Sidney Wynne married Lewis Gwynne ap Cadwallader, son of Cadwallader ap Rhydderch and Margaret ferch Jenn.

Children of Sidney Wynne and Lewis Gwynne ap Cadwallader

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.

Claud Hamilton (Baron Paisley)

(before 9 June 1546 - 1621 or 1622)
     Claud Hamilton (Baron Paisley) was born before 9 June 1546 in Scotland. He was the fourth[fifth] son, possibly born in Sep 1543 for Sir Ralph Sadler wrote to Henry VIII that Chaterherault had gone "to Blackness to this wife, who laboured with child'; but he is said to have been in his 78th year at his death, while on 20 March 1560 the list of Scottish pledges gives his age as fourteen, and a Papal bull of 5 December 1553 says that he was in his fourteenth year. He may be the son baptised at Edinburgh Castle on 9 Jun 1546.. He was the son of James Hamilton Duke of Chatelherault and Lady Margaret Douglas.
     In 1553 he was the lay abbot of Paisley after his uncle had resigned to become the Archbishop of St Andrews..
     He was a zealous partisan of Mary Queen of Scots, and a very gallant and distinguished personage. He commanded the vanguard for Mary Queen of Scots in the Battle of Langside in 1568 (having previously helped her escape from Lochleven) subsequently outlawed and estates forfeited by Regent Moray, but restored for loyalty to James VI in 1572/3 though again subject to forfeiture for activities in Mary's cause in 1579.
     Claud Hamilton (Baron Paisley) married Margaret Seton, daughter of George Seton 5th Lord Seton and Isabel Hamilton, on 1 August 1574 in Scotland. Contract dated 15 & 16 June 1574.
     He was attainted in 1579 with his brother John.
Commendatory Prior of Paisley. He ended up insane like his brother. Resided at Paisley after his marriage. [Dictionary of National Biography].
     In 1553 promoted to be commander of the Abbey of Paisley, upon the resignation of John, Archbishop of St Andrews, which was ratified and approved by Pope Julius III, and upon the breaking out of the civil war, he, adhering to the interests of Queen Mary, was by her constituted one of the principal commanders of her army at the battle of Langside 1568.... [1790 Peerage of Scotland, p.88].
     The barony of Paisley was restored to him in 1585 although he continued plotting for Mary's release. Claud further had a grant of the whole barony of Paisley, with the dignity of Baron Paisley 29 July 1587 on 29 July 1587.
     Claud died in 1621 or 1622 in Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland. He died insane like his brother. He was buried in St Mirren's Aisle at Paisley Abbey..

Children of Claud Hamilton (Baron Paisley) and Margaret Seton