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Similar Items. Thomas Wynne family notes Published: () ; Ancestry of Dr. Thomas Wynne, speaker of the first Assembly of Pennsylvania, etc. Who was born in the parish of Yskeiviog, near Caerwys, in Flintshire, North Wales, in the year , and who removed to the province of Pennsylvania with William Penn, in the good ship "Welcome," in the year Ancestry of Dr. Thomas Wynne: speaker of the first Assembly of Pennsylvania, etc. ; who was born in the parish of Yskeiviog, near Caerwys, in of Pennsylvania with William Penn, in [Cook, Richard Yerkes] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ancestry of Dr. Thomas Wynne: speaker of the first Assembly of Pennsylvania, etc. ; who was born in the parish of YskeiviogAuthor: Richard Yerkes Cook. Dr. Thomas Wynne (J – Ma ) was personal physician of William Penn and one of the original settlers of Philadelphia in the Province of Pennsylvania. Born in Ysceifiog, Wales, where his family dated back seventeen generations to Owain Gwynedd. He accompanied Penn on his original journey to America on the ship en: Hannah Martha Wynne, Jonathan Wynne, Sr., Mary Jones, Rebecca Dickinson, Sydney Chew. I was in the Chicago airport yesterday when my cell phone rang. I looked at the caller ID and saw that it was Mrs. Dr. I. D. E. THOMAS. I knew what I was about to be told Mrs. Thomas informed me that her beloved husband Dr. I. D. E. Thomas had passed away. He had Alzheimer’s, and was 93 years old. When he passed, she was with him.
Early life and education. According to church records, Thomas Wynne was the fourth of five sons of Thomas Wynne Sr., Thomas Wynne lost his father at the age of While attracted to the study of medicine early on, heavy taxes levied on his family originally made the acquisition of proper learning materials difficult. His trade was that of was later able to make the acquaintance of Born: J , Caerwys, Wales. Dr. Thomas Wynne (J -Ma ) was personal physician of William Penn and one of the original settlers of Philadelphia in the Province of Pennsylvania. Born in Caerwys (Flintshire)Wales, where his family dated back fifteen generations, he accompanied Penn on his original journey to America on the ship Welcome. Thomas (Wind) WYNN (Jonathan9 Wynne, Jonathan8, Thomas "Dr."7, Thomas ap John6, John Rhys ap5, Rhys ap John4, John ap Harri3, Harri ap Cynwrig2, Cynwrig (Cynric Sais) ap Ithel1 Vychan) was born in East Nantmeal Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania, and died in Butler County, Ohio. Two descendants of Dr. Thomas Wynne, who migrated first to Fayette County, Pennsylvania, thence to Butler County, Ohio: Warner Wynne [and] Thomas Wynne Author: Lowe, Fay Perry. The Wynnes; a genealogical summary of the ancestry of the Welsh Wynnes, who emigrated to Pennsylvania with William Penn Author: Deem, Thomas B. Published: ().