GSSAThe 1820 Settler Correspondence
 as preserved in the National Archives, Kew
 and edited by Sue Mackay

Additonal Information

This is pre 1820 information mainly taken from actual images of UK parish registers and other primary sources which I have personally researched. Further information about the settlers and their families once they reached the Cape can be found at https://www.1820settlers.com/

Sue Mackay

WYNNE, Edward - Extra Data

Edward WYNNE was originally the leader of SEPHTON's Party and carried on all the original correspondence. Although he did not sail with the settlers, due to the death of his wife, he did eventually reach the Cape, and was buried in Grahamstown in 1841, aged 61.

Death Notice (Cape Archives) says he was born in Wiltshire ca 1780

 

Wiltshire and Swindon Borough Council

 

Edward son of Edward and Lucy WYNN from London was baptised September 30th 1781 in Holy Cross Parish Church, Seend, Wiltshire

 

Leicester and Rutland Record Office:

 

Edward WYNNE married Fanny STIRRUP by licence on 26 November 1805 in St.Margaret's, Leicester.

Both signed

Witnesses: Mary BURBIDGE and Mary WRIGHT

 

London Metropolitan Archives:

 

Edward, son of Edward and Fanny WYNNE, Cursitor Street, baptised 1 October 1809 in St.Andrew's, Holborn (born 18 September 1806)

Mary Ann Stirrup, daughter of Edward and Fanny WYNNE, Cursitor Street, baptised 1 October 1809 in St.Andrew's, Holborn (born 8 December 1808)

Non Conformist Registers:

William, son of Edward and Fanny WYNNE, was born 16 March 1814 in the parish of St.Andrew, Holborn and registered 24 April 1814 in Great Queen Street Wesleyan Chapel, Holborn. Witnesses: Joseph WEST and John MANNING.

Jane, daughter of Edward and Fanny WYNNE, was born 13 April 1817 in the parish of St.Giles in the Fields and registered 26 October 1817 in Great Queen Street Wesleyan Chapel, Holborn. Witnesses: Joseph WEST and John MANNING.

James Needham, son of Edward and Fanny WYNNE, was born 11 September 1819 in the parish of St.Giles in the Fields and was registered 28 November 1819 in Great Queen Street Wesleyan Chapel, Holborn. Witness: Joseph WEST.

 

 

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