Samuel George Perryman

(1881 - 1960)
     Samuel George Perryman was born in 1881 in Albury, New South Wales. He was the son of Henry Perryman and Margaret MacPherson.
     Samuel George Perryman married Sarah Hogan in 1909 in Victoria.
     Samuel died in 1960 in Mildura, Victoria.

Children of Samuel George Perryman and Sarah Hogan

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 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)