Welcome to my Wynne Lineage Page. First, I would like to thank all of my wonderful distant cousins for contributing to this line. My Wynne line was from England, and this line connects back to the Royal Lines. I believe the information below is correct, but if you find any discrepancies please email me. I hope you find the information helpful to you, and do let me know if you have more that you would like to add. Please note that it is up to you, the researcher to verify the information below, as much of this information has been given to me through the years. A big thank you goes out to Deloris Wynne-Riley for her wonderful contributions. She has a wealth of information, and this line would be incomplete if it were not for her. And thank you Dorothy Tuttle for your contributions. Thank you for dropping by, and enjoy your stay.

    Please remember each bit of information found here, or elsewhere, must be researched and proved or disproved by weight of evidence by you, the researcher.


Descendants of Robert Wynne

*****************1st Generation*****************

    Robert Wynne was born in 1558/59 in Shrewsbury, Co. Shropshire, England. He married Francis Wattmer ca 1590 in England. Frances was born in 1565 in Stottesdon, Co. Shropshire, England, the daughter of William Watmoughe/Wattmore and Margaret Sparkes/Parkes. Robert was a woolen draper. He was a apprentice to John Rose and released from his indenture in 1590. Six years later Robert was the Mayor of Canterbury, England, and held that office from 1596-1599. He and Frances died of the Plague within 2 days of each other. Their children were disbursed into other families. Robert died on 06 Sept 1609 and Frances died on 08 Sept 1609, both in Canterbury, Co. Kent, England. They both were buried at St. George's Parish, Canterbury, Co. Kent, England. Their children were:

1.  Thomas Wynne, born 1591 in Canterbury, Co. Kent, England. He married Mary Wickham on 20 July 1613 in Ospringe, England. Thomas married second to Ann Nichols on 26 Oct 1629 in St. Martin's Parish, Canterbury, Co. Kent, England.

2. Peter Wynne, (See 2nd Generation), born: 1593 in Canterbury, Co. Kent, England.

3. Elizabeth Wynne, born: 1594 in Canterbury, Co. Kent, England. She died on 30 Aug 1631, and is buried at St. George's Parish, Canterbury, Co., Kent, England. She married Paul Maye. Children: Christopher and Sarah Maye.

4. Anne Wynne, born: 1595, Canterbury, Co. Kent, England. She married Roger Pey.

5. Robert Wynne, born: 1597, Canterbury, Co. Kent, England.

6. John Wynne, born: 1597, Canterbury, Co. Kent, England. He married twice. He married first to Dorothie _____, and second to Joan Burt. Children: Marie, Ann, and Elizabeth Wynne.

*****************2nd Generation*****************

    Peter Wynne born 1593, Canterbury, Co. Kent, England. He was baptized on 25 Nov 1593 in Canterbury, Co. Kent, England. Peter married Martha Coppin on 12 Aug 1620 in St. Martin's Parish, Canterbury, Co. Kent, England. Martha was born in 1595 and baptized on 01 June 1595 in Deal Parish, Co. Kent, Canterbury, England, the daughter of William Coppin and Sarah Jenkins. Peter was baptized on 25 Nov 1593 at St. Dunstan's, Canterbury, Co. Kent, England. Peter died on 30 May 1628. Both he and Martha are buried in St. George's Parish, Canterbury, Co. Kent, England. Peter made his will dated 21 May 1638, and seems to have died in the same month in 1638. Their children were:

1. Robert Wynne, (See 3rd Generation), born: ca 1622, and Christened on 28 Dec 1622, St. Dunstan, Canterbury, Co. Kent, England.

2. Sarah Wynne, born: 1624, Canterbury, Co. Kent, England, and died 1629. She is buried in St. George's Parish, Co. Kent, England.

**** Will of Peter Wynne ****
Dated: 21 May 1638-31 May 1638

     In the Name of God, Amen. I, Peter Wynne of the parish of St. Margaretts in the citie of Canterburie doo this one and twentieth of May anno dom. 1638 make my last will and testament in manner and form following:

     First: I bequeath my soul into the hands of Almighty God my heavenly father and redeemer, and my bodie is to be buried in the Church of St. Georges in the said cittie of Canterburie, so near unto my late and deceased father and mother as convenient as may be.

     Item: I give and bequeath unto the poor people of the parish where it shall please God to bear me out of this world the sum of tenn shillings to bee distributed according to the disposition of Martha my loving Wife whom I do ordain to be my full and sole executrix of this my last will & testament. And for those worldly goods which God of his infinite mercies hath bestowed upon me, I dispose of them as following:

     Imprimis: I give and bequeath unto Robert Wynne my sonne one cofer with corners tipped and footed with silver and my seal ring I doo usually wear on my finger,all the silver platters as marked in his own name, namely RW and my pocket watch. All other of my goods, wattels, chattels, goblets, silver plate, all my readie money I give and bequeath unto Martha Wynne, my loving wife aforesaid. This is the last will and testament of me the said Peter Wynn made and declared the daie and year above written touching and concerning all my houses,lands,tenaments and hereditaments whatsoever:

     First: I will and and bequeath unto the said Martha Wynne my loving wife all my houses lands, tenaments, and hereditaments whatsoever and also all my leases and terms of years therein only for and during her natural life. And after her decease I give and bequeath the said houses, lands, tenaments and also all my leases and terms of years therein then to come unto Robert Wynne my sonne and to his heirs forever. I would always that if Robert Wynne my sonne doo dye without heirs of his bodie lawfully begotten and that Martha my wife have no other child by me begotten, then I give and bequeath unto Christopher May sonne of Sarah May, late of the cittie of Canterbury, deceased two small messuages or tenaments situated and being in the parish of St. Georges aforesaid lin a lane called Dover lane, and are now in the occupation of Rawlins a ropemaker and his sonne Rawlins, or of their atty, to him the said Christopher and to his heires forever. Also I give and bequeath unto Elizabeth May one other of the children of the said Paul May one other messuage or tenaments being an oatmeal mill, and other the appurtenances thereunto belonging situate and being in the aforesaid lane, and is now in the occupation of Arnold Popejoy or of his atty for the said Elizabeth and to her heires forever.

     Item: I give and bequeath unto my sister Anne wife of Roger Pey of the cittie of London two messuages or tenements situated and being in Stower St. in the parish of St. Mildred? in cittie of Canterburie and also one other messuage and or tenemant with a barn, orchard and lands thereunto belonging situate, lying or being in the parish of Herenbitt in the Countie of Kent to her and her hiers forever.

     Earlier I wrote that if my sonne Robert dye without heirs of his bodie lawfully begotten, then I will and bequeath unto my said wife Martha and to her heirs forever my messuages and tenaments and lands thereunto belonging together with the leases of the ground Whereon is built a barne, and all other the appurtenances thereunto belonging situated and being in the parish of Whitestaple att a place called Lymbot Banckes now in the occupation of Walter Rice of his atty further my will and meaning is that if the said two children of Paul May shall fortune to enjoy their--legacies before in this my will to them given that then they shall pay out of their said legacies or houses aforementioned unto my said sister Pey or her atty. the full sum of tenn pounds toward her maintenance in manner following this is to say that the aforesaid Christopher May shall pay for his share four pounds of the said tenn pounds, and that aforesaid Elizabeth May shall for her part pay six pounds of the said tenn pounds within months -- after such time as they shall--- enjoy their legacies aforesaid but if the said Christopher and Elizabeth May or either of them shall neglect or refuse to pay the tenn pounds above mentioned to my said sister Ann in manner and forms above scribed, that then it shall be lawful for my said sister or her atty to enter into the said houses of both or any of them and to possess, hold and enjoy them or any of them to her or themselves until such time as the aforesaid tenn pounds be fully satisfied and paid as above said, for revoking all former wills and in testimonie that this is my last will and testament I have sett my hand & seal the day and year above written.
Peter Wynne

Sealed, ratified and confirmed in the presence of Thomas George Morgan 31 May 1638.

*****************3rd Generation*****************

     Robert Wynne born ca 1622 and was Christened on 22 Dec 1622, St. Dunstan, Canterbury, Co. Kent, England, left England and sailed to Virginia. He was Speaker of the House of Burgess during Virginia's Long Parliament 1661-1675. He was in charge of surveying public roads. He was Captain, and then Colonel in the Militia of Charles City Co., Virginia. He owned many properties in England, and in the States. He willed two homes and a farm in England of which was left to his son Thomas. He had a 600 acre plantation south of the James River named Georges, which he left to his son Joshua, along with a home and oatmeal mill in England. Robert married Mary Sloman ca 1658. Mary was born ca 1624 in London, Middlesex Co., England, the daughter of John Sloman and Katherine Epes. Mary was the widow of Francis Poythress. Mary and Francis's children were: Francis and John Poythress. There is some dispute as to who Mary really was. Thanks to the brillian detective works by Deloris Wynne-Riley, I believe all this to be right on the mark. Thank you Deloris. Robert died: 15 Aug 1678 in Jordan's Parish, Charles City Co., Virginia. Robert and Mary's children were:

1. Thomas Wynne, born: ca 1657, Charles City Co., Virginia, and died: 1718 in Surry Co., Virginia. Thomas married Agnes Stith, the daughter of Major John Stith and Jane Moseby. They both are buried at Jones Hole Swamp. Children: Thomas Jr., Lucretia "Lucy", Mary, Robert, and Sloman Wynne.

2. Joshua Wynne, Maj., (See 4th Generation), born: ca 1659-1662, Charles City Co., Virginia.

3. Robert Wynne, born: ca 1660, Charles City Co., Virginia. He is buried in the Jordan's Parish Church Cemetery, Jordan's Parish, Charles City Co., Virginia.

4. Mary Wynne, born: 1665, Charles City Co., Virginia, married John Woodlief IV. Children: George Woodlief.

*****************4th Generation*****************

     Joshua Wynne born 1659-1662 in Charles City Co., Virginia. He married Mary Jones. Mary was born: 1668 in Charles City Co., Virginia, the daughter of Peter Jones and Margaret Wood, adopted daughter of Gen. Abraham Wood. I have seen where many people think she was the daughter of James Crews and Margaret Llewellyn. This simply is not so. That Margaret was listed as Margaret Crews on 01 May 1662 when she witnessed the signing of a Will for John Rowan. At that time our Margaret was married to Peter Jones (mar. date 01 Jun 1655, Henrico Co., Virginia). James Crews was hanged for his part in Bacon's Rebellion. In his Will dated 23 July 1676, James states he left no widow, or lawful child at that time. This shows that his Margaret must have died before his Will and at that time period our Margaret was still alive and married to Peter Jones. So this clearly shows our Margaret is not that Margaret. Joshua Wynne and Robert Malone (husband of his niece Mary Wynne Malone) were paid bounty of 200 pounds to kill wolves. Joshua was also an Indian interpreter. He inherited his father Robert's plantation. He was a Justice in Charles City Co., Virginia, and also sheriff of Prince George Co., Virginia. Joshua was killed in Dinwiddie Co., Virginia in Nov of 1715 by Indians in revenge, after his servant killed one of their "Great Men". Joshua died in Nov of 1715 in Dinwiddie Co., Virginia. Mary married second to William Randolph. Mary and her family were mentioned in the Will of her mother Margaret Wood Jones Cocke. Mary died in 1718 in Henrico Co., Virginia. Their children were:

****Click here to view the Will of Margaret Wood Jones Cocke****

Note: This is where my line crosses over. Both Mary and William are my 9th Great Grandparents. So I will document both of their lineages from here on out. Joshua and Mary's children were:

1. Joshua Wynne, born: ca 1684, Charles City Co., Virginia, married Mary Hix ca 1700 in Prince George Co., Virginia. Children: Sloman, Robert, Margaret, Joshua, Martha, Thomas, and Tabitha Wynne.

2. Peter Wynne, born: ca 1685, Charles City Co., Virginia, died in 1738 in Bristol Parish, Prince George Co., Virginia. He married twice. He married first a Miss Hill, daughter of Edward Hill. Children: Mary Wynne. He married second to Francis ______. Many believe that Francis was a Reade/Reed, but to this day no proof has been found. Francis died in 1727 in Prince George Co., Virginia. Children: John, and Peter Wynne.

3. Mary Wynne, (See 5th Generation), born: ca 1689, Charles City Co., Virginia.

4. Robert Wynne, born: ca 1693, Charles City Co., Virginia. Robert married Sarah Knibb, daughter of Samuel Knibb.

5. Francis Wynne, born: ca 1696, Charles City Co., Virginia, died: 1774 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia. He married a Frances _____.

6. Margaret Wynne, born: ca 1696, Charles City Co., Virginia, died: 1723 in Prince George Co., Virginia. She married Edward Goodrich in 1710. Edward was born: 1693 and died: 04 Jan 1719/20 in Prince George Co., Virginia. Children: Edward, Benjamin, Elizabeth, and Mary Goodrich.

7. William Wynne, (See 5th Generation), born: 1705, Charles City Co., Virginia.

*****************5th Generation*****************

    Mary Wynne born 1689 in Charles City Co., Virginia, married Capt. John Worsham ca 1700 probably in Henrico Co., Virginia. John was born: 1679 in Henrico Co., Virginia, the son of John and Phoebe Worsham. Mary died: 1725 in Henrico Co., Virginia. John married second to Agnes Branch on 11 Oct 1726 in Henrico Co., Virginia. John died Sept 1753 in Chesterfield Co., Virginia. John and Mary's children were:

1. John Worsham, born: ca 1711, Henrico Co., Virginia.

2. Thomas Worsham, born: 1713, Henrico Co., Virginia. He was a Captain in the Militia. He married Martha Moseby on 13 January 1778 in Chesterfield Co., Virginia. Thomas died ca 1800/1801 in Chesterfield Co., Virginia. Their children were: Rebecca, Daniel, and John Worsham.

3. Phebe Worsham, born: 1717, Henrico Co., Virginia, and died: 1768 in Chesterfield Co., Virginia. She married Moses James in 1737 in Henrico Co., Virginia.

4. Joshua "Joseph" Worsham, born: 1719, Henrico Co., Virginia, and died: 20 Apr 1771 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia. He married born: 1719, Henrico Co., Virginia, and died: 20 Apr 1771 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia. He married Mary _____ in 1747 in Prince George Co., Virginia. Mary was born: 1725 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia and died: 1798 in that same county. Their children were: Robert (See 7th Generation of this Wynne Line), Joshua, Michael, Martha "Patty", Thomas, and Phoebe Worsham.

Click here to view my Worsham Lineage

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     William Wynne born ca 1705 per his deposition in 08 Aug 1827 (Thank you Deloris) in Charles City Co., Virginia, married Frances _____(Note: The maiden name of Frances has never been found or proven). Francis was born: 1707. William died in 1778 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia as his Will that was dated 08 Oct 1776 was proved on 26 Nov 1778. In an excerpt from William's Will, he names the following: Grandson William Wynne of daughter Mary Wynne, wife Frances, sons William, Thomas and Robert, and other daughters Margaret Hendricks, Elizabeth Echols, Mary Wynne, and Martha Dixon (The Tyler Quarterly). William and Francis' children were:

1. John Wynn/Winn, born: 1725/26, Prince George Co., Virginia, and died ca 1794/95. His will was probated on 12 Feb 1795. John married Ann Stone. Ann was born in ca 1728 in Virginia, the daughter of John and Elizabeth Stone, and died on 12 Sep 1805 in Lunenburg Co., Virginia. Children: John, Peter, Lucretia, Littleberry, Mourning, Mary Ann, Jincey, Jerusha, Elizabeth and Malinda/Millender Winn.

****Click here to view John's Will****

2.  William Wynne, (See 6th Generation), born: 10 Aug 1729, Prince George Co., Virginia.

3. Thomas Wynne, born: ca 1730, Brunswick Co., Virginia, and died: 1795 in Wilkes Co., Georgia. He married Mary Echols ca 1752. Mary was the daughter of Richard Echols. Thomas made his will dated 29 Aug. 1791 in Wilkes Co., Georgia. Children: Thomas, Obediah, Rhoda, and Lucy Wynne.

****Click here to view Thomas' Will****

4. Robert Wynne, born: 1736, Brunswick Co., Virginia.

5. Margaret Wynne, born: 1739, Brunswick Co., Virginia. She married Hance Hendricks. Hance was born ca 1723. Margaret died on 02 Jan 1797 in Laurens Co., South Carolina. Children: Micajah, William Wynne, Fanny, Margaret, Rachel, Mary, Elizabeth and Martha Hendricks.

6. Elizabeth "Betsy" Wynne, born: 1741, Brunswick Co., Virginia, and died in 1778 in Virginia. She married Moses Echols born: 1725 in Virginia, and died: 1819, the son of Richard Echols. Children that I have: Obediah, Druscilla, Evans, Priscilla, and Tabitha A. Echols.

7. Mary Wynne, born: (1742?, Brunswick Co., Virginia). She married ______ Wynne (named in her fathers Will as Mary Wynne). Children: William Wynne.

8. Martha Frances Wynne, born: 11 Jul 1743, Brunswick Co., Virginia. She married Lt. Col. Henry (Hal) Dixon on 15 Sept 1763 in Halifax Co., Virginia. Hal was born in 1740, the son of Henry Dixon and Elizabeth Abernathy. Children: Wynne, Roger, Robert, Frances, Elizabeth, Henry, and Susannah Dixon.

*****************6th Generation*****************

     William Wynne, born 10 Aug 1729 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia. He married twice. He married first to Mary Cynthia Harmon in 1752. Mary was born in 1735 in North Carolina. Mary died on 17 July 1776 in Tazewell Co., Virginia.

**** Will of William Wynne ****
Dated: 11 May 1808, Proved: 26 Jul 1808

     In the name of God Amen I William Wynne of the County of Tazewell and State of Virginia Being weak in Body but of Sane Mind and Memory and calling to mind the mortallity of my body and knowing it is appointed for all men to die do make and ordain this my last will and testament in maner and following.
     First I recommend my sole to God who gave it and my body to the earth to be buried in a desent maner at the descration of my Executors first I will all of my Just Debts to be paid out of my Estate I give and Bequeath to my wife Phillis the plantation I now live on with the appertunances there unto Belonging also all the slaves and stock and household and kitchen furniture and all the farming utensils except that I shall Bestow on my children hereafter named for the support of her and her children during her widowhood but if she should marry she is only to have a fetter bed and furniture and ten pounds Exclusive of her
     I give and bequeath to the heirs of Ruth Washhum Deceast and to Orphy Edward my two oldest Daughters one Dollar each they have Received their part and to Sally Jones my third daughter ten pounds in trade she having received her part;
     I give and Bequeath to my son John Wynne and Hugh Currin all my wright and title to a piece of land called and known by the name of the Vallentin plantation whereon Henry Harmon now lives should they gain said land they are to repay to me or my Heirs all cash heretofore expended on the same that of clerks notes
     I give and Bequesth to my five sons William, Jonah, Elkanah, Oliver, and Harmon sons of my first wife to have twenty pounds each in trade they having got their part before to be paid at the discretion of my Executors when they see it Best
     I give and bequeath to my sons John and William my present wifes children the tract of land I now live on to be Equally divided acording to quanity and quallity after the Death or Marriage of their Mother and the six hundred and sixty six acres of land being in powells valley I give and bequeath to my sons Samuel, Robert, Harry, Peter and James to be Equally divided between them according to quantity and quallity My land being in Burks Garden I give and bequeath to my son Miner also that My Son John be furnished with two cows and calves to yews and lambs and bed and furniture also my seven youngest sons namely Samuel Robert Henry Peter William James and Miner with a horse beast saddle and bridle two cows and calves two yews and lambs and a bed and furniture each and my daughters Mary one Dollar she having got her part and my daughter Pheby and Margaret one Dollar each they having got their part and Elizabeth, Martha, Anna, and Nancy to have one mare and colt saddle and bridle two cows and calves two yews and lambs each the youngest to be furnished cloths equal to the two oldest and with all to be furnished with household furniture equal to the three that are married at the discretion of my executors also I live my black smith tools and my rifle and shot gun for the use of the family during my wife's widowhood, further I wish money to be raised out of estate to school my children that has not a sufficient portion lastly I nominate and appoint my wife Phillis and my son Josiah and Christopher Marrs of this my last will and Testament, witness my hand and Seal this 11 day of May eighteen hundred and eight.

William Wynne Senr

Witness: Henry Marrs, Thomas Bu, William Wynne, Jr.

Will probated Robert Wynne Senr 26 Jul 1808

    William and Cynthia's children were:

1. Peter Wynne, born: 19 Sept 1753, Virginia (Not mentioned in William's Will, possibly had died prior to 1808).

2. Ruth Wynne, (See 7th Generation), born: 04 Jan 1755, Pittsylvania Co., Virginia.

3. Orpha Wynne, born: 13 Feb 1757, Pittyslvania Co., Virginia. She married Peter Edwards.

4. Anne Wynne, born: 11 Nov 1758, Pittsylvania Co., Virginia (Possibly died before 1808 as she was not mentioned in her fathers Will dated 1808).

5. Jonah Wynne, born: 14 Dec 1760 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia.

6. William Wynne, born: 20 Feb 1762, Pittsylvania Co., Virginia, and died on 26 May 1835 in Virginia. He married Elizabeth Echols. In his deposition for his Revolutionary Pension, William stated that he was born on 25 Feb 1762.

****Click here to view William's Deposition for his Revolutionary War Pension (Rejected)****

7. Josiah S. Wynne, born: 09 Sept 1765, Pittsylvania Co., Virginia, died: 12 Dec 1812 in Tazewell Co., Virginia. He married Mary "Polly" Whitley on 11 Mar 1786 in Montgomery Co., Virginia. Mary was the daughter of Robert and Virginia "Ginney" Whitley (Mentioned as daughter in Robert Whitley's Will and son-in-law Josiah, probated in 1808, and Ginney Whitley's Will probated in 1812). Children: Robert Whitley, Peter E., Oliver, David, John, Harmon, William C. A., Josiah and Jane Wynne.

8. Elkanah Wynne, born: 22 Oct 1767, Pittsylvania Co., Virginia, died: 18 Nov 1833 in Jonesville, Lee Co., Virginia. He married Mary Munsey on 07 Feb 1792. Mary was born ca 1775 in Virginia, and died on 22 Jun 1848 in Lee Co., Virginia. Children: Acles, John, Ashley, Wright, Elkanah, Sarah and William M. Wynne.

9. Oliver Wynne, born: 16 Nov 1770, Virginia. He married Sarah "Sally" Whitley. Sarah was the daughter of Robert and Virginia "Ginney" Whitley (Mentioned as daughter in Robert Whitley's Will probated in 1808, and Ginney Whitley's Will probated in 1812). Oliver died on 28 Apr 1858. Children: Magdelene, Mary "Polly", Jane, Morgan, Oliver, and Josiah M. Wynne.

10. Harmon T. Wynne, born: 06 Nov 1772, Virginia, and died: 1849 in Wayne Co., Kentucky. He married Elizabeth Peery ca 1797 in Virginia. Elizabeth was born: 1775, and died: 25 May 1849 in Gap Creek, Wayne Co., Virginia. Children: Josiah S., Zealy Moss, Mary "Polly", Elizabeth, Harmon, Sally, John A., and Assineth Wynne.

11. Sarah "Sally" Wynne, born: 17 Feb 1776, Virginia. She married Samuel Jones.

     William married second to Phyllis Marrs on 01 Jan 1782 in Montgomery Co., Virginia. Phyllis was born 20 Sep 1763 in Augusta Co., Virginia the daughter of Samuel Marrs. William died on 08 Jul 1808 in Tazwell Co., Virginia and is buried in the Wynne-Peery Cemetery, Tazewell, Tazewell Co., Virginia. Phyllis died on 12 Jan 1855 in Livingston Co., Missouri and is buried in the Wynne Family Cemetery, Grundy Co., Missouri. Their children were:

12. John Wynne, born: 14 Mar 1783, Tazewell Co., Virginia. He married Olivia Peery on 12 Dec 1810. Olivia was born on 25 May 1872 in Tazewell Co., Virginia, the daughter of William O. Peery and Sarah Evans, and died on 01 Aug 1844. Olivia is buried in the Wynne-Peery Cemetery, Tazewell, Tazewell Co., Virginia. Childen: William P., Minerva, Henry, Martha, Maria, James, Emily, Olivia, Armand, Elvira, and Harriet Wynne.

13. Mary Polly Wynne, born: 19 Mar 1784, Tazewell Co., Virginia, and died on 27 Jul 1816. She married William Peery. William was born in 1784 in Tazewell Co., Virginia, and died on 20 Sep 1866 in Wythe Co., Virginia. He married second to Theresa Kinser.

14. Margaret Wynne, born: 23 Jun 1786, Tazewell Co., Virginia. She married Hugh Currin.

15. Elizabeth Wynne, born: 10 Apr 1787, Tazewell Co., Virginia.

16. Phoebe Wynne, born: 10 Jan 1788, Tazewell Co., Virginia. She married Samuel Witten.

17. Samuel Wynne, born: 31 Jul 1789, Tazewell Co., Virginia, and died 18 Sep 1817. He married Sarah "Sally" Hix on 02 Sep 1813 in Tazewell Co., Virginia. Sarah was born ca 1790 in Virginia and died 20 May 1872 in Lee Co., Virginia. Samuel is buried in the Wynn-Litton Cemetery, Dryden, Lee Co., Virginia. Sarah married second to William Ewing. Children: William and Lavina Wynne.

18. Robert Wynne, born: 10 Sep 1790, Tazewell Co., Virginia. He married 1st to Margaret "Peggy" Russell on 01 Sep 1812 in Tazewell Co., Virginia. Robert married second to Lavina Hix on 04 Feb 1813 in Tazewell Co., Virginia. Lavina was born on 08 Sep 1816 in Virginia, and died on 03 Jun 1904 in Lee Co., Virginia. Robert died in 1818 (Will probabted on 25 Aug 1818, Tazewell Co., Virginia). Lavina married second to Dixon Sharpe Litton, and is buried in the Wynn-Litton Cemetery, Dryden, Lee Co., Virginia. Robert and Lavina's children: Joseph, William, and Phyllis Wynne.

19. Thomas Wynne, born: 10 Jan 1792, Tazewell Co., Virginia.

20. Henry Wynne, born: 09 May 1793, Tazewell Co., Virginia, and died 12 Nov 1816. He married _____ Witten, the daughter of Samuel Witten.

21. Martha Wynne, born: 29 Aug 1794, Tazewell Co., Virginia. She married Wade Currin.

22. Anna Wynne, born: 19 Nov 1795, Tazewell Co., Virginia, and died on 22 Sep 1817. She married James Charles on 19 Jan 1815 in Tazewell Co., Virginia.

23. Peter E. Wynne, born: 09 Feb 1797, Tazewell Co., Virginia, and died 25 May 1818 (Will probated 24 Nov. 1818, Tazewell Co., Virginia). Children: William Wynne.

24. William Wynne, born: 08 Sep 1798, and died on 05 Feb 1819, both in Tazewell Co., Virginia.

25. James Wynne, born: 30 Jun 1800, Tazewell Co., Virginia and died on 16 Apr 1868 in Livingston Co., Missouri. He married Sophia Peery on 05 Dec 1822 in Tazewell Co., Virginia. Sophia was born on 01 Dec 1798 in Virginia, the daughter of William O. Peery and Sarah Evans, and died on 01 Mar 1873 in Grundy Co., Missouri. Their family was listed in the 1850 Dist. 35, Grundy Co., Missouri Census, and the 1860 Madison, Grundy Co., Missouri Census. Sophia was listed in the 1870 Chillicothe, Livingston Co., Missouri Census records living with her daughter Luemma's family. Both James and Sophia are buried in the Wynne Family Cemetery, Grundy Co., Missouri. Children: Elizabeth, Luemma Phyllis, Pembroke Sommerset, Evans Peery, Sarah A.,and Nancy Wynne.

26. Nancy Wynne, born: 01 Jan 1802, and died on 06 Jun 1820, both in Tazewell Co., Virginia.

27. Minor Wynne, born: 11 Apr 1803, Tazewell Co., Virginia, and died on 07 May 1880, Grundy Co., Missouri. He married Emily Peery. Emily was born on 05 Feb 1805 in Tazewell Co., Virginia, the daughter of William O. Peery and Sarah Evans. Emily died on 23 Mar 1878. Their family was listed in the 1850 Dist. 35, Grundy Co., Missouri Census, the 1860 and 1870 Madison, Grundy Co., Missouri Census records. They both are buried in the Wynne Family Cemetery, Grundy Co., Missouri. Children: Cosby A., Samuel Logan, John, Mary Oliver, and Edwin Wynne.

*****************7th Generation*****************

     Ruth Wynne born 04 Jan 1755 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia, married Robert Worsham in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia. Robert was born: 1748 in Pittsylvania Co., Virginia, (See 5th Generation). Robert died: 1807 in Washington Co., Virginia.

To view their family click on the Worsham Lineage above in the 5th Generation.

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