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Wynne news : a newsletter of the John Wynne Society

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English
Washington, D.C. : John Wynne Society, 1997-
v. : ill., coats of arms, facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports. (some. col.) ; 28 cm.
No. 1 (Mar 1997) -

Notes

Semiannual (1997). Three per year (1998). Five per year (1999). Quarterly (2000-present).

Editor: Myles Johnson.

The John Wynne Society was founded in 1997 by Myles Johnson, Frederick W. Boelt, Jean von Schilling, and other descendants of John Wynne of York County, Virginia. As of 2007, Frederick W. Boelt is the current President, and Jean von Schilling is Treasurer of the Society, and Myles Johnson is editor of their newsletter.

Newsletter for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Wynne (and variant spellings) families who came from England and Wales. The Winns descend from the House of Gwydir who left Wales in the 16th century to settled in London. Some Wynns immigrated to Virginia in the 1600s. focus is on (but not limited to) the family of John Wynne (d. 1772) of York County, Virginia. John married Anne, and had a son, Lewis Charles Wynne in York County, Virginia. Their descendants remained in the Tidewater area (Hampton Roads) of Virginia for several generations. Some Wynnes movd to Georgia, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina. Later descendants also lived in Arizona, California, Florida, Ohio, Texas, and elsewhere. Information was transcribed and extracted from Bibles, cemetery inscriptions, diaries, genealogies, histories, land records, letters, obituaries, tax records, wills, and other record sources. Includes births, burials, biographical sketches, deaths, names of slaves, and marriages covering years from the 1500s to the present.

Volumes include a subject and name index. Number 1-20 index was printed separately.

Includes bibliographic references.

Includes Gwinn, Gwyn, Gwynn, Gwynedd, Winn, Winne, Wyn, Wynn, and other variant spellings.

Also includes Alsop, Boelt, Booker, Burwell, Carterette, Cary, Charles, Charlton, Curtis, Digges, Draper, Fox, Garrow, Groves, Harwood, Hill, Howard, Howarton, Johnson, Jones, Lee, Lightfoot, Lilley (Lilly), Llewellyn, Miner, Minson, Monnett, Nelson, Piersey, Power, Richardson, Shield, von Schilling, Wade, Waller, Waltrip, Whiting, Williams, and other related families.

Also includes information about the homes and areas where Wynnes and their related families lived.

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