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  • WYNN, HUGH Berth-ddu, Bodysgallen - see WYNN
  • WYNN, JANE Maesyneuadd - see WYNN
  • WYNN, JOHN - see GWYN, JOHN
  • WYNN, Sir JOHN (1553 - 1627), Member of Parliament - see WYNN
  • WYNN, JOHN (fl. 1551-1560), sheriff of Caernarfonshire - see WYNN
  • WYNN, ROBERT (d. 1743), chancellor of S. Asaph - see WYNNE, WILLIAM
  • WYNN, Sir WATKIN WILLIAMS (1820 - 1885), M.P. - see WYNN
  • WYNN, WILLIAM (1704 - 1761), rector - see WYNNE, ELLIS
  • WYNN, WILLIAM (1709 - 1760), cleric, antiquary, and poet
  • WYNNE, Wern Penmorfa, Caernarfonshire - see WYNNE
  • WYNNE, Bodvel, Caerfryn Caernarfonshire, Anglesey - see BODVEL
  • WYNNE family Peniarth, Mer.,
  • WYNNE family Voelas, Pentrefoelas, Denbs.
  • WYNNE FINCH, Voelas Pentrefoelas - see WYNNE
  • WYNNE, CATHERINE, heiress - see WYNNE, JOHN
  • WYNNE, DAVID (1900 - 1983), composer
  • WYNNE, EDWARD (1715 - 1767), vicar - see WYNNE, ELLIS
  • WYNNE, EDWARD (1685 - 1745), vicar - see WYNNE, ROBERT
  • WYNNE, ELLIS (1670/1 - 1734), cleric, and author of an outstanding Welsh prose classic
  • WYNNE, JOHN (1667 - 1743), bishop of S. Asaph and principal of Jesus College, Oxford
  • WYNNE, JOHN (1724 - 1801), Bencher of the Middle Temple - see WYNNE, JOHN
  • WYNNE, JOHN (1650 - 1714), industrial pioneer
  • WYNNE, OWEN (1652), civil servant
  • WYNNE, ROBERT (d. 1720), cleric and poet
  • WYNNE, SARAH EDITH (Eos Cymru; 1842 - 1897), vocalist
  • WYNNE, SIDNEY - see GRIFFITH, SIDNEY
  • WYNNE, WILLIAM (1671? - 1704), historian
  • WYNNE, WILLIAM EDWARD WATKIN (1801 - 1880), antiquary - see WYNNE
  • WYNNE-FINCH, Sir WILLIAM HENEAGE (1893 - 1961), soldier and landowner
  • WYNN, JOHN (c. 1584 - 1614), high sheriff - see WYNN
  • WYNN, OWEN (1592 - 1660), high sheriff - see WYNN
  • WYNN, RICHARD (c. 1625 - 1674), politician - see WYNN
  • WYNN, RICHARD (1588 - 1649), politician - see WYNN