Ann Wyatt

     Ann Wyatt was the daughter of Thomas Wyatt.
     Ann Wyatt married Roger Twisden.

Child of Ann Wyatt and Roger Twisden

Hannah Wyatt

(circa 1815 - 1860 June quarter)
     Hannah died 1860 June quarter in Stow RD, Suffolk.
     Hannah Wyatt married John Sutton, son of Abraham 2 Sutton and Elizabeth Goymour, Dec 1/4 of 1850 in Stow RD Suffolk. Hannah Wyatt was born circa 1815 in Michelsfield.

Child of Hannah Wyatt and John Sutton

Mary Ann Wyatt

(circa 1810? - )
     Mary Ann Wyatt was born circa 1810?. A Mary Ann Wyatt was baptised 13 June 1819, daughter of Samuel & Mawry, bacon factor of Dock, on 13 June 1819.
     Mary Ann Wyatt married John Ruby on 17 August 1831 in Devonport, Stoke Damerel, Devon.

Thomas Wyatt

Child of Thomas Wyatt

Edward Wyborn

     Edward Wyborn married Emma Ashton or Sloan (Wyborn), daughter of David Sloan and Mary Ann Ashton, in 1853 in Hexham or Newcastle, New South Wales. They had James W 1857, Mary A 1858, Augusta 1861, Edward 1863, Frederick D 1866, Benjamin 1869, Eber D 1871, William Albert 1874 in the Maitland district.

Augustus Miles Wybourne

(1865 - 1904)
     Augustus Miles Wybourne was born in 1865.
     The marriage of Augustus Miles Wybourne and Constance Fawler Martin, daughter of William Samuel Martin and Mary Ann Jane Richardson, was registered in Hendon RD, in the September 1890 quarter. They had no issue.
     Augustus died in 1904.

James Wybrow

(1814 - )
     James Wybrow was also known as Whybrow in records. He was born in 1814 in New South Wales. He was the son of William Whybrow and Elizabeth Clarke (Crookshank?) (Wybrow) (Tindal).

Susannah Wybrow

(1812 - )
     Susannah Wybrow was born in 1812 in New South Wales. She was the daughter of William Whybrow and Elizabeth Clarke (Crookshank?) (Wybrow) (Tindal).

Elizabeth Wylde

(before 1540 - )
     Elizabeth Wylde was also known as Wyler? in records. She was born before 1540.
     Elizabeth Wylde married Robert Steer, son of Patriarch Steer, on 15 June 1557 in Darley, Derbyshire.

Child of Elizabeth Wylde and Robert Steer

Ann Wyles

(circa 1776 - before 31 January 1837)
     Ann Wyles was born circa 1776 in Ketton cum Tixover, Rutland.
     Ann Wyles married John Stanser, son of John Stanser and Eleanor Sims, on 17 July 1801 in Easton on the Hill, Northamptonshire. John Stansar of this parish & Ann Wyles of Ketton, Rutland, by licence.
     Ann died before 31 January 1837 in Easton on the Hill, Northamptonshire. She was buried on 31 January 1837 in Easton on the Hill.

Children of Ann Wyles and John Stanser

Barbara Wyllie

     Barbara Wyllie married Thomas Rich on 14 February 1585/86 in Rotherham, Yorkshire, England.

Jane Wyman

     Jane Wyman was born in England. She was the daughter of Henry Wyman.
     Jane Wyman married William Gascoigne, son of Chief Justice William Gascoigne and Elizabeth Mowbray, before 1405.

Katharine Wymbish

     Katharine Wymbish married John Heneage, son of John Heneage and Eleanor Preston. She was the daughter of Thomas Wymbish of Nocton.

Child of Katharine Wymbish and John Heneage

Lowri f Maredudd Wyn

     Lowri f Maredudd Wyn married Rhydderch ap Dafydd (?), son of Dafydd ap Maredudd and Agnes ferch Rhys. Lowri f Maredudd Wyn was born in Wales. She was the daughter of Meredydd, of Cwm Penanmaen, Dolwyddelan & Ales.. She was the daughter of Meredith ap Ieuan Wyn and Alice William ap Griffith.

Child of Lowri f Maredudd Wyn and Rhydderch ap Dafydd (?)

Meredith ap Ieuan Wyn

(circa 1459 - between 18 March 1524 and 1525)
     Meredith ap Ieuan Wyn was also known as Maredudd in records.
     Welsh Biography Online (National LIbrary of Wales) states: The Wynns of Gwydir belonged to a stock which was engaged during the 14th and 15th cents, in establishing the nuclei of small estates in the free townships of Penyfed and Pennant in Eifionydd . About the beginning of the 14th cent. , Dafydd ap Gruffydd of Nantconwy (claiming descent from Owain Gwynedd ) m. Eva , daughter and heiress of Gruffydd Fychan , one of the coheirs of ‘ Gwely Wyrion Gruffydd ’ in Penyfed . The descendants of this union are found at Gesail Gyfarch , Ystumcegid , Clenennau , and Brynkir . During the revolt of Owain Glyndwr (q.v.) , Ieuan ap Maredudd ap Hywel ap Dafydd ap Gruffydd of Cefn-y-fan (later called Ystumcegid ) and Gesail Gyfarch supported the crown and d. in 1403 while defending Caernarvon castle against Glyndwr 's forces; his brother, Robert , was one of Glyndwr ’ followers and received a pardon from Henry , prince of Wales , in 1408 . As a result, possibly, of this division of loyalties, the bulk of the family possessions remained in the possession of the line of Ieuan ap Maredudd until 1463 ; in that year, the lands were partitioned and Gesail Gyfarch fell to the share of Ieuan ap Robert ap Maredudd ( 1437 - 1468 ). He was a Lancastrian and died of the plague at Gesail Gyfarch in 1468 . His son, Maredudd , to avoid implication in the feuds of his kinsmen in Eifionydd , purchased the lease of Dolwyddelan castle about 1489 ; he later built Penamnen , and finally purchased Gwydir from Dafydd ap Hywel Coetmor about 1500 .. He was born circa 1459 in Wales. He was the son of Ieuan ap Robert and Catherine ferch Rhys ap Howel Vychan.
     Meredith ap Ieuan Wyn married Alice William ap Griffith in Wales. He married secondly Gwenhwyfer, daughter of Gruffydd ap Howel y Farf, relict of Robert Griffith, of Plas Newydd. He co-habited with Margaret, daughter of Morris ap John ap Meredydd, of Clenenney; she only co-habited with him, as his 2nd wife survived him. They had issue.
     Maredudd , to avoid implication in the feuds of his kinsmen in Eifionydd , purchased the lease of Dolwyddelan castle about 1489 ; he later built Penamnen , and finally purchased Gwydir from Dafydd ap Hywel Coetmor about 1500 .
     Meredith died between 18 March 1524 and 1525 in Gwydir, Llanwrst, Caernarvonshire, Wales. Meredydd, of Cwm Penanmaen, Dolwyddelan, died March 18 1525, aged 65, buried at Dolwyddelan. He lived formerly at Crug, Llanfairisgaer; he bought Gwydir from Dafydd ap Howel Coetmor. He was buried in Dolwyddelan, Wales.

Annie Maria Wynn

(circa 1863 - )
     Annie Maria Wynn was born circa 1863.
     Annie Maria Wynn married George Frederick Keys, son of George Scott Keys and Katharine Hooper, on 6 July 1891 in St Mary, Whitechapel, London, Middlesex. He was 43, bachelor. licenced victualler,of 51 Precott St, Whitechapel, son of George Scott Keys, artist. She was 28 and widowed.

Catherine Wynn

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

Dorothy Wynn (Powel)

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

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.