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  1. Hugh WYNN: Birth: Abt 1578 in Gwyneed, Caernarvon, Wales. Death: in America

  2. Henry WYNN: Birth: Abt 1580 in Gwyneed, Caernarvon, Wales. Death: 27 Jul 1671 in London, England

  3. William WYNN: Birth: Abt 1585 in Gwyneed, Caernarvon, Wales.

  4. John (Sir.) WYNN: Birth: Abt 1586 in Gwyneed, Caernarvon, Wales. Death: 1 Mar 1614 in Lucca, Italy

  5. Richard (Sir.) WYNN: Birth: Abt 1588 in Gwyneed, Caernarvon, Wales. Death: 19 Jul 1649 in England

  6. Thomas WYNN: Birth: 20 Dec 1589 in Gwyneed, Caernarvon, Wales.

  7. Owen (Sir) WYNN: Birth: Abt 1592 in Gwydir Castle, Caerary, Wales. Death: 13 Aug 1660 in Gwydir, Wales

  8. Robert WYNN: Birth: Abt 1593 in Gwyneed, Caernarvon, Wales. Death: 1617

  9. Mary WYNN: Birth: Abt 1602 in Gwyneed, Caernarvon, Wales. Death: 1657 in Llanrwst, Gwyneed, Caernarvon, Wales

  10. Maurice WYNN: Death: 1670

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  12. Ellis WYNN: Birth: in Gwyneed, Caernarvon, Wales. Death: 20 Nov 1619 in Whitford, Flint, Wales

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2. Title:   Rose Family.GED
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a. Note:   NI370733
Note:   [Rose Family.GED] He was first baronet of Gwindir in the Conway Valley of Northern Wales. S ir John had 10 sons. This Sir John wrote the book " The Historyof the Hou se of Gwerdir that was published in 1773. Sir John built the UpperGwed ir in 1604. The lower lower house of Gwedir was probably built buy his gre at grandfather, Meridith. Both houses were in Caruavionshire on the weste rn sode of the Conway opposite the town of Llanrwst. One of these houses w as mentioned in Saxton's map in 1578. Thew name Gwydir means Gwr( wate r) & tir(land). From "Welsh Manuscripts in the College of Arms": In Wales no one couldbe a freeman, inherit property, enjoy provelege s, or be received into the community unless he could prove ancestry f or a certain number of generations. The pedigree was the sole passpo rt to full citizenship and those that had the necessary linage were kno wn as "bonheddig". It was essential to know your pedigree for about 8 gene rations. There were the "bards" from the nobility that preserved this gene alogy. There are four basic pedigrees. The first is the early dynastic pe digrees before the 9th century which go back to the 5th century. The seco nd group is the modern genealogies or the pedigrees of the princes and th ey go from Rhodri Mawr in the 9th century to the fall of Llewelyn theLa st in 1282. The third group of pedigrees was the Nobles and the Chieftai ns which included the minor lords and the patriarcal rulers of the country side. These names are faithfully recorded in the College manuscripts. Aft er 1536 Wales was bulging with poor relations because the gentility follow ed the blood, not economic competence. The fourth group includes the Norm an and English Families. There was considerable intermariage between the W elch princes and the Anglo-Normab baronial class. In this manner a l ot of the Welsh land wasabsorbed by the native element. After about 17 60 there was a marked diminution of the genealogical industry in Waes. In 1536 when the country was divided into 13 shires like the English patte rn.In the Ancient Pedigrees of Gwynn thePrehistoric Kings of Britain a re listed on page 255. In 1611 Sir John Wynn was Knighted by Henry VIII. From Wynnes by T. B. De em 1907 page 183 is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.