In modern times the manor was held by Wynne Ellis (1790-1875), who left a valuable collection of paintings to the nation.
Wynne, the lord of the manor at that date, was nominated by each of them alternately.
The old gentleman in his aristocratic imperiousness frequently reminds us of the amusing directions given by Sir John Wynne to his chaplain, quoted in Pennant's Tour in Wales.
From 1702 to 1870, a period of nearly 170 years, no Welsh-speaking native bishop was nominated (with the solitary exception of John Wynne, consecrated to St Asaph in 1715), and it is needless to point out that this selfish and unjust policy was largely responsible for the neglect and misrule which distinguished the latter half of the 18th and the early part of the 19th centuries.
Wynne's well-known abridgment helped to make the book known in Oxford, and his friend William Molyneux introduced it in Dublin.
inquest on the body was held on Tuesday at the London Hospital by Mr Wynne Baxter coroner for east London.
play written with Esme Wynne was written in 1917.
The Wynne slate quarry opened in 1750 followed by a larger concern, the Cambrian Slate Company, which was formed in 1854.
I am very grateful to David Wynne, the renowned animal sculptor agreeing to open this exhibition.
The Wynne slate quarry opened in 1750 followed by a larger concern, the Cambrian slate quarry opened in 1750 followed by a larger concern, the Cambrian Slate Company, which was formed in 1854.
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