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1105 - 1116 of 1116 for "henry morgan"

  • WYNN family Gwydir, ' 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
  • WYNN family Bodewryd, to the living of Llaneugrad and Llanallgo, 17 February 1668/9, and again to Llantrisant, 7 October 1670. He married Margaret, eldest daughter of Robert Morgan, bishop of Bangor (and sister to the wife of Humphrey Humphreys, afterwards bishop of Bangor and of Hereford), 3 January 1671/2. It is not strange, therefore, that he secured the rectory of Llanddyfnan (which had been held 'in commendam' by
  • WYNN family Cesail Gyfarch, Penmorfa bishop, by his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Robert Morgan, bishop of Bangor, left two daughters, ANN (died 1 January 1699/1700), and MARGARET (died 1759). The latter married John Lloyd, barrister-at-law, son of William Lloyd, bishop of Norwich. ANNA LLOYD, the issue of the marriage between Margaret and John Lloyd, died unmarried in 1784, leaving the property to her father's brother, admiral Lloyd, of
  • WYNN family Berth-ddu, Bodysgallen, -5). He showed no great personal ambition, but he was solicitous for the interests of his Welsh 'cousins'; William and Henry Bodwrda were both Fellows under him, and benefited under his will, and if Robert Wynn of Gwydir (whom he admitted as an undergraduate) missed his Fellowship, that was no fault of the Master, who saw to it that he was well to the fore when royalty was entertained in 1615. On
  • WYNN family Ynysmaengwyn, Dolau Gwyn, , Cardiganshire), IORWERTH (living in 1425), and JENKIN AP IORWERTH. Jenkin ap Iorwerth was ' farmer ' (lessee under the Crown) of the mills of Kevyng and Caethleff (Caethley) and of the ferry of Aberdovey, in the thirty-sixth year of Henry VI. Jenkin ap Iorwerth's son, HOWEL, died of the plague in 1494, but HUMPHREY (died 1545), his son by his wife Mary, daughter of Sir ROGER KYNASTON, constable of Harlech
  • WYNN family Glyn (Glyn Cywarch), Brogyntyn, and her son, William Owen, to let him and his parishioners of Llandanwg have the old Shire Hall at Harlech for conversion into a chapel-of-ease; both letters are in the Brogyntyn collection in N.L.W. - see Ellis Wynn: Dauganmlwyddiant, published by the National Library in 1934. The heir of Sir Robert Owen and lady (Margaret) Owen was WILLIAM OWEN (died 1768) who married Mary, daughter of Henry
  • WYNN family Rûg, Boduan, Bodfean, property under a will of 1780; it remained in Vaughan hands until the death, in 1859, of Sir Robert Williames Vaughan, 3rd baronet, who bequeathed it to the third son of Spencer Bulkeley, 3rd baron Newborough, i.e. to the Hon. CHARLES HENRY WYNN (born 22 April 1847; died 14 February 1911). C. H. Wynn was succeeded by his son, who ceased to live at Rûg c. 1951, but continued at the old family home, Boduan
  • WYNN family Wynnstay, Ruabon purchasing on his behalf, in 1752, the Mathafarn estate, including the manor of Cyfeiliog, and the Rhiwsaeson estate. Sir Watkin's first wife, Henrietta Somerset, died shortly after the marriage, and he took as his second wife Charlotte, daughter of the right hon. George Grenville, by whom he had three sons Sir WATKIN WILLIAMS WYNN (1772 - 1840), and his two brothers, Charles and Henry, the trio nicknamed
  • WYNNE family Peniarth, to trusted scholars, whilst he must also have been very busy answering inquiries from a host of searchers throughout Britain. A most valuable feature of his work were notes which he supplied to S. R. Meyrick's edition of Lewis Dwnn's Heraldic Visitations (1846) and to Edward Breese's Kalendars of Gwynedd (1873). Others to whom he gave valued assistance were Sir Henry Ellis, editor of The Record of
  • WYNNE, DAVID (1900 - 1983), composer music at the University College in Cardiff under David Evans and John Morgan Lloyd, taking his B.Mus. in 1928. Although he found Evans and Lloyd very conservative in their musical outlook, he appreciated the fact that scores of new works by contemporary composers were regularly purchased for the College library. From 1929 to 1960 he was music master at Lewis School, Pengam (the first full time music
  • WYNNE, JOHN (1667 - 1743), bishop of S. Asaph and principal of Jesus College, Oxford Arches and a judge in the archbishop's Prerogative Court, appointments which he held until 1809. He became a member of the Privy Council in 1789, and one of the lords of the Treasury in 1790 - he had been knighted in 1788. Soughton was inherited by the bishop's daughter, who married Henry Bankes, an ancestor of the late Sir John Eldon Bankes.
  • WYNNE, SARAH EDITH (Eos Cymru; 1842 - 1897), vocalist the S. James's Hall, the other in the Crystal Palace. She now settled in London and was soon to become one of the best vocalists in the country. In 1862 she sang in the national eisteddfod held at Caernarvon. She toured during 1863-5 with Madam Patti, Santley, and Edward Lloyd, and for eight weeks in 1864 she took the part of ' lady Mortimer ' in Shakespeare's Henry IV at Drury Lane Theatre. She had

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