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This section first uploaded 15.08.14.
Edward Wynn of Plas Llannefydd
1. Meredydd Wynn 'of Llannefydd'
  m. Jane Goodman (b c1638, d 1719, dau of Edward Goodman of Ruthyn, sister/coheir of Gabriel)
  A. Edward Wynn (d 1740)
  i. John Wynn of Plas Llannefydd (registrar of Bath & Wells)
  m. Dorothy Williams (b c1707, d 1779,. dau/heir of _ Williams of Rhos)
  a. son (dsp)
  b. Dorothy Wynn
m. John Wynn of Coed Coch
  (1) John Lloyd Wynn of Coed Coch
  m. Mary Holland (dau/heir of John Holland of Teyrdan)
  (A)+ issue - John, William, Mary
  ii. Mary Wynn (b c1701, d 1732)
  m. Foulk Lloyd of Bryn Lluarth
  a. Jane Lloyd
  m. Meyric Meredydd of Pengwern
  b. Ann Lloyd
  m. (1754) Edward Thelwall of Llanbedr
  One of the reasons why this family is being shown on a Temporary page rather than be released into the 'proper' database is concern about inconsistency between the dates shown for some of these generations compared with what is shown above.
  B. John Wynn of Maes y Coed
  i. Eubule Wynn of Maes y Coed (b c1664, d 1712)
m. Martha Williams (dau of Thomas Williams of Halkyn)
  a. Elizabeth Wynn (dsp 1783)
  b. Mary Wynn
  m. (1741) John Salusbury of Bryn & Barend
  (1) daughter
  m. (Robert) Jocelyn 'of Standstead Bury'
(A) Catherine or Caroline Jocelyn (b 1779, d 1854)
  m. John Foulkes of Eriviat (b 1770, d 1826)
  (B)+ son + daughter
  (2) Elizabeth Salusbury
  m. J. Conwy
  ii. John Wynne, Bishop of Bath & Wells (b c1670, d 1743)
  m. Anne Pugh (dau/heir (by Eden) of Robert Pugh of Bennarth & Dol y Moch son of Elizabeth, sister of Richard Jones of Dol y Moch)
  a. Anne Wynne (b 04.03.1721, d c1740)
  m. (20.05.1742) Henry Fane of Oxfordshire (broher of the Earl of Westmoreland)
  b. Margaret Wynne (b 26.03.1725, d 1822)
  m. Henry Bankes of Corfe Castle (MP)
  c.+ other issue - Robert (b 04.08.1723, d 1723), John (b 07.05.1727, a 1800, bencher), Sir William 'of Soughton Hall' s(b 25.01.1729, d 1815, Master of Trinity College (Cambridge), judge)
  C. Martha Wynn (d 14.09.1725) probably of this generation
  m. (11.05.1694) Pierce Lewis (b 1664, d 05.1699, vicar of Bangor, rector of Llanfairfechan)



This section first uploaded 26.08.14.
The main source for this section was www.natgould.org, the main page being here. That page reports that 'Edensor' is pronounced "Enza" and that the family has "long been resident in Hartington parish. They may have stemmed from the medieval line of Edensoures in Staffordshire."
William Edensor of Hartington
m. (28.04.1617) Anne Brereton probably parents of ...
1. ?? Edensor
A. Richard Edensor of Hartington
  m. (23.10.1671) Mary Naden
  i. Richard Edensor of Hartington (bpt 17.06.1675)
  m. Elizabeth Gould (b 1676, d 1753, dau of William Gould (by Mary Hollis) son of John of Herbage)
  a. Richard Edensor of Congleton (b 1700, dsp 01.07.1776)
  m. Ann (d 10.09.1762, dau/widow of Sir William Mills of Leek)
  b. John Edensor of Warsall (bpt 04.03.1711, d 23.01.1754, apothecary/surgeon, 3rd son)
  m. Elizabeth
  (1) Richard Edensor (b c10.1753, d 25.02.1754)
c. Rachel Edensor (bpt 29.11.1714, bur 15.04.1791)
  m. Michael Heathcote of Hartington
  d.+ other issue - William (bpt 05.12.1703, dsp 1767), Mary (b 1709, d 1722), Sarah (bpt 06.01.1717/8, bur 11.01.1717/8), Hannah (bpt 21.04.1719, d 16.01.1748)
  ii.+ other issue - William (bpt 13.12.1677), Edward (bpt 16.12.1680), Anne (bpt 05.11.1672)
Presumably closely connected to the above was the under mentioned William (mentioned in Commoners (vol 3, 'Bateman of Middleton Hall', p599).
  B. ?? Edensor
  Uncertain of the exact connection to the above.
  i. ?? Edensor
  a. William Edensor of Hartington
  m. (01.08.1736) Guarterick Bateman (dau of Richard Bateman of Hartington by Sarah, dau of William Gould by Mary Hollis)
  (1) Sarah Edensor (d 29.09.1779) name found on a web site, may have had siblings
  m. _ Teasdale



This section first uploaded 04.09.14.
Rev. John Knowsley of Burton Agnes, Yorkshire
1. Margaret Knowsley (coheir)
  m1. William Peters of Brasted Park, Kent (b 1741, d 1814, rector, chaplain to George IV, painter)
  m2. John Gibbons (rector of Brasted, son of Sir John, 2nd Bart of Stanwell)



This section first uploaded 10.09.14.
Robert Norris (d 1751)
1. John Norris of Hawley & Hughenden Manor (b 1721, d 29.06.1786)
  m. Ellen Savage (sister/coheir of Charles Savage of Hughenden)
  MGH (NS3, vol 5 (1904), 'Pedigree of the Family of Savage of Tachbrooke, Warwickshire', p101+) shows Ellen as m. John and mother of John of Hughenden, Sheriff of Buckinghamshire, bur 1786. Various web sites suggest that that John was in fact her husband rather than her son.
  p. Deborah Busby (housekeeper)
  A. John Norris of Hughenden Manor, Buckinghamshire (b 1774, d 1845) had issue
  m. Louisa Norris (b 1780, d 1842)
  B. Charles Norris (b 24.08.1779, d 13.10.1858, "topographical etcher and writer")
  C. Elizabeth Norris
  m. Richard Bevan
  D.+ 2 others (d young)

Main source(s):
(1) For Wynn : 'A Memoir of Gabriel Goodman' by Rev. Richard Newcome (1825, Appendix S)
(2) For Edensor : the web site reported above
(3) For Knowsley : BLG1952 ('Turton of Kildale and Upsall')
(4) For Norris : various web sites including Wikipedia
[The section on Price of Llwyn-yn has been moved to Price10.]
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