|Dr. Thomas Wynne and Martha Elizabeth (Buttall) Wynne
b. 1627 b. 1627 Bron Fadog Estate
d. Mar. 1692 Lewes, DE d. before 1691 Caerways Twp.
Emmigrated to Philadelpia area in 1681. Ysceifiog Parrish
Arrived 10/22/1682 at New Castle, DE Flintshire Co., Wales
on the ship "Welcome" with William Penn
having arrived in October 1682.
Jonathan Wynne and Sarah (Greaves) Wynne Wynnestay, Blockley Twp.
b. 1669 b. 1659 Philadelphia Co., PA
d. 1720 d. Apr. 27, 1744
Married in Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut
m. Aug. 16, 1730
Jonathan Wynne and Ann (Warner) Wynne East Nantmeal Twp.
b. 1704 b. 1710 Chester Co., PA
d. Apr. 17, 1788 d.
m. Aug. 1756
Samuel Wynne and Margaret (Comb) Wynne East Nantmeal Twp.
b. Aug. 22, 1731 b. Chester County, PA
d. after 1790 d.
Samuel Wynne died in Northumberland Co., PA
m. abt. 1792
John Wynn, Sr. and Margaret (Dalbier) Wynn Augusta Twp.
b. 1770 b. Dec. 1767 Northumberland Co.
d. 1846 d.
John is buried in Mountain Presbyterian Church Cemetery. His 2nd wife, Elizabeth, is buried in Augusta Baptist Church Cemetery.
Matthias Wynn and Mary (Taylor) Wynn Augusta Twp.
b. 1793 b. Northumberland Co.
m. Feb. 19, 1837
Ira Wynn and Lavina (Seers) Wynn Shamokin, PA
b. March 30, 1815 b. 1819
d. Jan. 23, 1909 d. Apr. 10, 1899
m. Oct. 14, 1860
Maria Wynn and Henry Sterigere Haupt Shamokin, PA
b. Jan. 27, 1841 b. Feb. 10, 1839
d. Oct. 2, 1897 d. July 21, 1884
Henry Clinton Haupt and Rebecca (Erdman) Haupt Shamokin, PA
b. Feb. 1870 b. Nov. 1870
d. Feb. 15, 1927 d. 1951 (Salem Co., NJ)
Ralph Edward Haupt and Estella E. (Pensyl) Haupt Shamokin, PA
b. Oct. 28, 1905 b. May 20, 1909 to Salem Co., NJ
d. Aug. 26, 1979 d. Sept. 28, 1988
m. Apr. 13, 1956 (in Salem Co., NJ)
Ray J. Haupt and Molly Elizabeth (Everhart) Haupt Pennsville, NJ
b. Feb. 8, 1929 b. Mar. 26, 1933 (in Davidson Co., NC)
d. May. 20, 2000 d.
b. Apr. 16, 1957
|John Wynn, Sr. of Augusta Township, Northumberland County, PA was raised in Connecticut. Later, John Wynn, Sr. would move to New Jersey. He would marry Margaret Dalbier in New Jersey and by 1818 move to Augusta Twp., Northumberland County, PA. She was a native of England. Their children were Byron; Matthias (b. 1793) - married Mary Taylor; Samuel (b. 1795 d. 1878) - married Elizabeth Shipman; Polly - married P. Wiser; John, Jr. (b. 1797 d. 1875) - married Elizabeth Snyder; Sarah (b. 1803 d. 1876)- who married Vansant; and Annanias (b. 1807 d. 1893) - married Elizabeth White. John Wynn, Sr. was a shoemaker and a farmer. He and his wife were both members of the Primative Baptist Church.|
|Thomas Wynne was born Dec. 20, 1589 on the Bron Fadog Estate, Caerwys Twp., Ysceifiog Parrish, Flintshire County, North Wales. Two of his sons, Thomas Wynne (b. 1627 d. 1691/92) and John Wynne (b. 1625), emigrated to Philadelphia, PA. John Wynne was a lawyer in Sussex County - then a part of Pennsylvania and now in Delaware as of 1769). Thomas was a MD - surgeon. More seems to be known of the Thomas Wynne line. This was a very early Welsh / Quaker - Philadelphia line. Thomas had a son Jonathan Wynne (b. 1669 d. 1720). Thomas, his wife Martha Elizabeth (Buttall), and their son Jonathan departed Wales on Aug. 31, 1682 on the ship "Welcome" along with William Penn. The ship arrived in New Castle, PA (now Delaware) on Oct. 27, 1682. Jonathan Wynne (b. 1669) married Sarah Greaves (b. 1659 d. Apr. 27, 1744) in Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut. They had a sons John (b. 1697 d. 1787); Thomas (b. 1695); James (b. 1701 d. 1714); and Jonathan (b. 1704, d. 1788). This Wynne line resided in Wynnestay, Blockley Twp., Philadelphia County, PA.
Back to Thomas Wynne (b. 1589 d. 1639). He was the son of John Wynne (b. 1570 d. 1638) and Grace (Morgan) Wynne (married Oct. 29, 1588) and the grandson of Rhys Wynne (of Flintshire County, North Wales). The ancestral home of the Wynne's in Wales is Gwydir Castle in the Gwynedd region of Wales. John Wynne (b. 1570) would build the Bron Fadog Estate in 1600 in nearby Caerwys Twp. in Flintshire County.
Today, Bron Fadog (pronounced Fadoc) is a Bed and Breakfast (since 2004). It was renovated in the early 2000's from near ruin.
|Some Earlier Colonial Wynne History|