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  • WYNNE family Peniarth, WYNNE I (died 1700), of Wern, Caernarfonshire, of which he became possessed by right of his wife (and first cousin), ELIZABETH, daughter and heiress of Maurice Jones of Wern. He was succeeded by his son, WILLIAM WYNNE II (died 1721), of Wern. He, by his wife, Catherine (Goodman), was the father of WILLIAM WYNNE III (1708 - 1766), of Wern, whose wife was Ellinor, daughter of Griffith Williams, cleric
  • WYNNE, CATHERINE, heiress - see WYNNE, JOHN
  • WYNNE, JOHN (1667 - 1743), bishop of St Asaph and principal of Jesus College, Oxford Born in 1667, the son of Humphrey Wynne of Maes-y-coed, Caerwys, and his wife Elizabeth (Wynne, daughter of John Wynne of Copa'rleni, Trelawnyd, and his wife Catherine Thelwall, of Bathafarn, see J. E. Griffith, Pedigrees, 369 - the bishop was, accordingly, the second cousin of the John Wynne of Copa'rleni described in the preceding article). He went to school at Northop and Ruthin, and in 1682
  • WYNNE, JOHN (1650 - 1714), industrial pioneer named ' John '; they were mostly lawyers. The John Wynne of ' Rhylofnoyd,' who matriculated from Jesus College, Oxford, 'aged 17' (Foster, Alumni Oxonienses), and married Catherine Thelwall of Bathafarn, was probably our John's father; and it seems likely that his grandfather, who married Elizabeth Salusbury of Llewesog, was the man of that name who was sheriff of Flintshire in 1677. The subject of
  • WYNNE, SARAH EDITH (Eos Cymru; 1842 - 1897), vocalist to the concerts being the singing of Welsh airs. She went to Liverpool at 14 to receive lessons in music from a Mr. Scarisbrook, staying there five years. Her first appearance in London as a soprano was in June 1862, in one of the annual concerts organised by Ellis Roberts (Eos Meirion). In July of the same year she took part in two concerts arranged by John Thomas (Pencerdd Gwalia), the first in
  • WYNNE, WILLIAM (1671? - 1704), historian He came of the family of Wynne of Garthewin, Llanfair Talhaiarn (see J. E. Griffith, Pedigrees, 167), a cadet branch of the Wynne of Melai family (ibid. 376); a Robert Wynne (died 1682), younger son of John Wynne of Melai, married Margaret Price, heiress of Garthewin; their son, Robert Wynne (1636 - 1680), rector of Llan-ddeiniolen and of Llaniestyn, and canon of Bangor, married Catherine Madryn