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Wynne history supplement : corrections and additions to The Wynne family of York, Warwick, and James City Counties, Virginia

Myles Johnson
Johnson, Myles, 1929- (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Washington, D.C. : M. Johnson, [198-?]
124 leaves.

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Donor: Gift of Myles Johnson, 1986.

Includes bibliographic references.

Includes Miles, Charlton, Jones, Newman, Howerton, Johnson and other related families.

John Wynne (c.1710-1772) is thought to be descended from one of three brothers who came to Virginia. They were possibly Peter, Thomas and Edmund. One source, an undocumented account of "Capt. Thomas Wynne (b.1590)", indicates that he was said to be a son of a Thomas Wynne and Ellen Thomas of Conway, Wales. It states that Capt. Wynne was a grandson of Robert Wynne, one of Sir John Wynn of Gwydir's sons.

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