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Wynne, William Watkin Edwardlocked

(1801–1880)
  • D. L. Thomas
  • , revised by Beti Jones

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Wynne, William Watkin Edward (1801–1880), antiquary, the eldest son of William Wynne (1774–1834) of Peniarth, Merioneth, and Elizabeth (d. 1822), youngest daughter and coheir of Philip Puleston of Pickhill Hall, Denbighshire, was born on 23 December 1801 at Pickhill Hall. The Wynnes...

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