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WYNDHAM,
India and in Rajputana ; was PoUtieal A.D.C. to the
Secretary of State for India 1901-9, and who was
cr. K.C.I. E. 1902 and was assassinated 1909.— 10,
Onslow Square, s.w.



Consul-Gen. for, the Republic of Colombia 1911-19 ;
appointed Minister Plenipotentiary at Warsaw 1919.

— Bogate Lodge, Peterstield ,■ Eesidence : Warsaw,
Poland ; St. James's Club, w. ; Travellers' Cliih, s.w.

WYNDHAM, Maey, Lady.
Youngest dau. of the late Charles Moore, Parliamen-
tary Agent ; m. 1st 18 — James Albery, Dramatist,

who d.l ; 2ndly 1916, as his 2nd wife. Sir Charles

Wyndham, an Actor, who was cr. Knt. 1902 and d.
1919.-43, York Terrace, Regent's Park, n.w.

4- WYNDHAM, Guy Richard Chaeles, Esq.,
M.C., of Clouds, Wiltshire.

Younger and only surviving son of Col. Guy Percy
Wyndham, C.B., M.V.O., late 16th Lancers, by
Edwina Virginia Joanna, 2n'J dau. of the late Rev.
Frederick Fitzpatrick, formerly Rector of Cloone, co.
Leitrim, and widow of John Monck Brooke, Esq., of
Elm Green, Finglas, Dublin ; b. 1896 ; s. his cousin
Percy Lyulph Wyndham, Esq., Lieut. Coldstream
Guards, who was killed in action, 1914. Mr. Guy
Wyndham, who was educated at the E. Mil. Coll.,
Sandhurst, is Lieut. King's E. Rifle Corps, and
■ Patron of 1 living.— CZoimJs, East Knoyle, Salis-
bury.

WYNDHAM, WiLMAM, Esq., of Orchard
Wyndham, Somerset.

Eldest son of William Wyndham, Esq., J.P. and D.L.,
of Diuton House, Wiltshire, and of Orchard Wynd-
ham, who d. 1914, by Frances Ann, 2nd dau. of the
late Rev. James Charles Stafford, B.D., Vicar of
Denton, Wiltshire ; b. 1868. Mr. Wyndham, who
was educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge
(B.A. 1890), is a Magistrate for Wiltshire (was on
the roll for High Sheriff for 1920) and Patron of 5
livings.— Orc/wrd Wyndham, Williton, Somerset.



See Leeonfield.



WYNDHAM-LONG. See Lmg.



WYNDHAM, Chaelotte Elizabeth, Lady.

Second dau. of the Hon. and Rev. William Hugh Scott,
Rector of Maiden Newton, Dorsetshire, and Preben-
dary of Sarum, who d. 1868, by Eleanor Sophia, who
d. 18.53, eldest dau. of the late Ven. Charles Baillie-
Hamilton, Archdeacon of Cleveland, Yorkshire ; m.
1863 Sir George Hugh Wyndham, K.C.M.G., C.B., of
Bogate Lodge, Sussex, a J.P. for Sussex, who was
formerly Secretary of Legation at Athens, and at
Madrid (1875-80), Secretary of Embassy at St. Peters-
burg and at Constantinople, and Envoy Extraordinary
and Minister Plenipotentiary at Belgrade 1886-8,
at Rio de Janeiro 1888-94, and at Bucharest 1894-7,
and who was cr. K.C.M.G. 1894 and d. 1916, leaving,
with other issue, a son, Percy Charles Hugh {whom
see).— Eogate Lodge, Petersfield.

WYNDHAM, Sir Peecy Ghaeles Hugh,
K.C.M.G., of Rogate Lodge, Sussex.— Cr.
1919.

Elder son of Sir George Hugh Wyndham, K.C.M.G.,
C.B., J.P., of Rogate Lodge, who d. 1916, by Charlotte
Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of the late Hon. and Rev.
William Hugh Scott, Rector of Maiden Newton,
Dorsetshire, and Prebendary of Sarum ; b. 18B4.
Sir Percy Wyndham, who was educated at Eton
and at New Coll., Oxford. (B.A. 1888), was Envoy
Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to, and



WYNDHA.M-QUIN. See Dunraven and Mount-
Earl.

WYNELL-MAYOW, Major Mayovv, of Bray,
Cornwall.

Second and eldest surviving son of the Rev. Mayow
Wynell-Mayow, of Bray, whofZ. 1895, by Caroline Kate,
who d. 1912, 2nd dau. of the late Rev. Alfred Smith, of
Old Park, Wiltshire ; b. 1850. Major Wynell-Mayow,
who was educated at Westminster and at the R. Mil.
Academy, Woolwich, and was formerly in the R.A., is
Lord of the Manor of Bray. — Bray, St. Oermans
B.S.O., Cornwall; The Culver Parks, Saltash,
Cornwall ; Thistleworth, Park Road, Twickenham ;
United Service Club, s.w.

JWYNFORD, Lord (Philip Geoege Best,
1 D.S.O.).— Cr. 1829.

Eldest son of George, 5th Lord, by Edith Anne

{whom see), dau. of the late Matthew Henry Marsh,

Esq., M.P., of Ramridge House, Hampshire ; b.

1871; s. 1904; m. 1906 the Hon. Eva Lilian

Cecilia Napier, only child of Robert William, 2nd

Lord Napier of Magdala, and has 3 dans. Lord

Wynford, who was educated at Wellington Coll. and

at the R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich, and was foi-merly

i Major Q.O. Dorset Yeo , is a J.P., D.L. and C.C. for

! Dorsetshire, Capt. ret., late R.H.A., Major and

Lieut.-Col. Reserve of Ofticers, and Patron of 2

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Wyn]



COUNTY FAMILIES OF



[Wyn



livings. — Eesidence : Wynford House, Maiden New-
ton, Dorsetshire; Carlton, and Army and Navy
Clubs, B.w.

ffeir Pres., his brother Samuel John, educated at Wellington
Coll. ; b. 1874 ; m. 1914 Es-elyn, 2ud dau. of Major-Gen. Sir
Idward Sinclair May, K.O.B., C.M.Q., formerly R A., and
has, with cher issue, a son, " Robert, b. 11)17.



WYNFORD, Edith Anne, Lady, of Charlton

House, Wiltshire.
Dau. of Matthew Henry Marsh, Esq., M.P., of
Ramridge House, Hampshire, who d. 1881 ; m. 1870
George, 5th Lord Wynford, who d. 1904, leaving,
with other issue, a son, * Philip George, 6th Lord
{whom see). — Charlton House, Ludwell, Salisbury.



WYNN, the Hon. Mrs., of Eiig, Merioneth- :
shire. ]

Frances Georgiana, 2nd dau. of Lieut.- Col. Robert
William Romer, 59th Foot, of Bryncemlyn, Merioneth,
shire, who d. 1888, by Frances Clarissa, who d. 1865,
dau. nf the late John Simons, Esq., of Dublin ; in.
1876 the Hon. Charles Henry Wynn, of Rflg, a J. P.
and C. Aid. for Merionethshire (High Sherilif 1873,
and Chairman of the C.C. 1901-2), who d. 1911,
leaving, with other issue, a son, * Robert Vaughan,
a J. P. and D.L. for Merionethshire, Major and
Brevet Lieut.-Col. ret., late Montgomeryshire Yeo., '
and Capt. Reserve of Oificers ; formerly Lieut. 9th |
Lancers ; b. 1877 ; in. 1913 Ruby Irene, youngest
dau. of the late Edmund Wigley Severne, Esq., of
Thenford, Northamptonshire, and Wallop Hall,
Shropshire, and has, with other issue, a son, * Robert
Charles Michael Vaughan, b. 1917. — Riig, near I
Corwen, Merionethshire.



WYNN, the Hon. Frederick George, of
Glynlhvon Park, Bodvean Hall, and Belan
Fort, Carnarvonshire.
Youngest son of Spencer Bulkeley, 3rd Lord New-
borough, who d. 1888, by Frances Maria, who d. 1857,
eldest dau. of the late Rev. Walter de Winton, of
Hay Castle, Breconshire ; b. 1853. Mr. Wynn, who
s. to these estates under his father's will 1888, is a
J.P., D.L., and was formerly an Aid. of the C.C. of Car-
narvonshire (High Sheriff 1894), and was Chairman
of the Carnarvon Harbour Trust 18dO-8.—Glynlli-
von Park, near Carnarvon ; Travellers' , Carlton,
and Marlborough Clicbs, s.w. ; R. Yacht Squadron,
Cowes.

WYNN, Sir (Herbert Lloyd) Watkin WIL-
LIAMS-, Bart., C.B., of Wynnstay, and
Llangedwyn, Denbighshire. — Cr. 1688.
Elder surviving son of Lieut.-Col. Herbert Watkin
Williams-Wynn, M.P., who d. 1862, by Anna {who7n
see), eldest dau. and heiress of the late Edward Lloyd,
Esq., of Plas-yn-Cefn, Denbighshire ; 6. 1860 ; s. his
uncle Sir Watkin, 6th Bart, 1885 ; m. 1884 his cousin,
Louise Alexandra, whom he div. 1898 and who d.
1911, elder dau. of Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, 6th
Bart. Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, who was educated
at Wellington Coll. and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge
(B.A. 1883), is Lord Lieut, of Montgomeryshire, a J. P.
and D.L. for Denbighshire (High Sheriff 1890, and
Chairman of Quarter Sessions 1905-13), a J.P. for
Shropshire and for Merionethshire, a Knight of
Grace and Hon. Treasurer for Wales of the Order
of St. John of Jerusalem, Hon. Col., previously
Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. Comm., Montgomeryshire
Yeo., T.D., temp. Lieut.-Col. and Co. Commandant
Montgomeryshire Vol. Regt., and Patron of 6 livings ;
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was M.P. for Denbighshire May-Nov. 1885. — IF)/?! ii-
stay, Rhuabon ; Llangedwyn, Oswestry ; Glan Lbjn,
Bala ; Carlton, and Junior Carlton Clubs, s.w.



WYNN, Arthur Watkin WILLIAMS-, Esq.,
of Coed-y-Maen, Montgomeryshire.
Eldest son of Charles Watkin Williams-Wynn, Esq.,
of Coed-y-Maen, who d. 1896, by Lady Annora
Charlotte, who d. 1888, dau. of Charles, 2nd Earl
Manvers ; b. 1856 ; in. 1892 Alice Mary, eldest dau.
of the late Hon. George Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, and
has had, with 2 dans., an only son, Charles
Watkin, Lieut. Coldstream Guards, Special Reserve ;
b. 1896, and killed in action 1914. Mr. Williams-
Wynn, who was educated at Westminster and
at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1878), called to the
Bar at the Inner Temple 1882, and was formerly
Major and Hon. Lieut. - Col. Montgomeryshire
Y.C., and Private Secretary to the Lord Privy
Seal (Viscount Cross), is a J.P. and D.L. for Mont-
gomeryshire, and was High Sheriff 1901. — Coed-y-
Maen, near Welshpool ; Travellers' Club, s.w.

WYNN, Mrs. WILLIAMS, of Plas-yn-Cefn,
Denbighshire.

Anna, eldest dau. and heiress of Edward Lloyd, Esq.,
of Plas-yn-Cefn, who d. 1848, by Lettice Owen, who
d. 1876, dau. of the late William Pritchard, Esq., of
Trescawen, Anglesey; m. 18-55 Lieut.-Col. Herbert
Watkin Williams-Wynn, formerly 2nd W. India Regt.
and R. Fusiliers, who was M.P. for Montgomeryshire
1850-62, and d. 1862, and has, with another son and
a dau., 'Robert William Herbert Watkin, D.S.O.
(younger surviving son), a J.P. and D.L. for Flintshire
(was on the roll for High Sheriff for 1908), and for
Denbighshire, an Hon. Capt. in the Army, and Lieut.-
Col and Brevet Col. ret., late Comm. Montgomeryshire
Yeo., T.D. ; formerly Capt. 9th Batt. Imp. Yeo. in S.
Africa ; educated at Wellington Coll. and at
Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1891) ; b. 1862 ; in. 1904 Eliza-
beth Ida, M.B.E., 2nd dau. of the late George William
Lowther, Esq., and has, with other issue, a son, *Owen
Watkin, b. 1904.— Plas-yn-Cefn, St. Asaph, N. Wales.



WYNN. See Neioborough, Lord.

WYNN-CAREINGTON. See Lincolnshire, Mar
quis of.

WYNNE, Gen. Sir Arthur Singleton, G.C.B.
— Cr. K.C.B. 1907, G.C.B. 1914.

Third son of Capt. John Wynne, R.A., Collon
House, CO. Louth, who d. 1884, by Anne, who d.
1874, dau. of the late Adm. Sir Samuel Warren,
K.C.B. , K.C.H. ; b. 1846 ; m. 1886 Emily Mary, a
Lady of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem,
3rd dau. of the late Charles Colville Turner, Esq.,
of Bideford, Devonshire. Sir Arthur Wynne is a
Gen. ret., late K.O. Yorkshire L.I., of which he is
Col., and was Deputy Assistant Adjutant-Gen. at
Headquarters 1886-91 ; Assistant Adjutant-Gen. at
the Curragh 1891-4 ; Deputy Adjutant-Gen. at Malta
1895-8, and at Aldershot 1898-9; Assistant Mil.
Secretary at Headquarters 1899 ; Deputy Adjutant-
Gen. S. Africa 1899-1900, and Major-Gen. there
1900-2 ; Deputy Adjutant-Gen at Headquarters
1902-4 ; in command of a Div. Eastern Command
1904-6 ; Mil. Secretarv to the Secretary of State for



Wyn]



THE UNITED KINGDOM.



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War and Secretary of the Selection Board 1906-11,
and Keeper of the Jewel House, Tower of London,
1911-n.— Hay bergill, Warcop, Westmorland.

WYNNE, Sir Teevredyn Eashleigk,
K.C.S.I., K.C.I.E.— Cr. K.C.I.E. 1909,
K.C.S.I. 1911.

Fourth son of Llewelyn Wynne, Esq., formerly of
Mold, Flintshire; b. 1853 ; m. 1896 Winifred, a Lady
of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, dau.
of Henry Walter Conduit, Esq. Sir Trevredyn
Wynne, who was educated at Brighton Coll. and at
the B. Engineering Coll., Coopers Hill, was Agent and
Chief Engineer of the Bengal-Nagpur Bailway 1887-
1904, and Government Director of Indian Kailway
Cos. 1914-15, is a Knight of Grace of the Order of St.
John of Jerusalem, and Col. Comm. Bengal-Nagpur
Vol. Bifle Corps, V.D., and has been a Member of the
Indian Railway Board since 1904, President since
1908, and Managing Director of the Bengal-Nagpur
Bailway since 1915.— East India United Service
Clvb, s.w. ; c6, Tne Albany, Piccadilly, w.

WYNNE, Mrs., of Peniarth, Merionethshire.
Winifred Frances, eldest dau. of William Kendall,
Esq., who d. 1876, by Bosetta, who d. 1873, dau. of
the late Henry O'Neill, Esq., of Lung Arno, Florence ;
m. 1st 18— B. I. Williamson, Esq., whod. 1882 ; 2ndly
1891 William Bobert Maurice Wynne, Esq., formerly
Lieut. Scots Guards, of Peniarth, Lord Lieut, of, and
a J.P. for, Merionethshire (High Sheriff 1886), a J.P.
and Chairman of Quarter Sessions for Carnarvon-
shire, a J.P. for Montgomeryshire, and Constable of
Harlech Castle, who was M.P. for Merionethshire
1865-8, and who d.s.p. 1909.— Peniarth, Towyn,
Merionethshire.

WYNNE, of Coed Coch, Denbighshire. Ses

Brodrick.
WYNNE, of Hazlewood, CO. ShgO. See Perceval

+ WYNNE-EYTON, Mrs., of Leeswood, and
The Tower, FHntshire.

Cecily Mary, 2nd dau. of the late Bev. James Yorke
of Marbury, Cheshire; in. 1881 Major John Hope
Wynne-Eyton, Beserve of Officers, late Shropshire
L.I., of Leeswood, and The Tower, a J.P. for Flint-
shire, who d. 1911, leaving a dau., Violet Hope. —
Leeswood, near Mold ; The Tower, near Mold.

WYNNE-FINCH, Heneage, Esq., of The
Manor House, Stokesley, Yorkshire.

Eldest sou of Edward Heneage Wynne-Finch, Esq.,
J.P., of The Manor House, who. d. 1914, by ' '
1st wife Ada, who d. 1873, youngest dau. of the late
Henry L'Estrange Styleman-le Strange, Esq., o
Hunstanton Hall, Norfolk; b. 1871. Mr. Wynne
Finch was educated at Eton and at New Coll.
Oxford. -^;^


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