By Colonel C. E. Wyncoll.
Edited and revised for Internet
with Additional Material by Charles Brewster.
- Frontispiece - The Arms of Wyncoll
- Map - Wyncoll Country
- Author's Note
- Preface to the Internet Edition
- Text Chapters
- Introductory Chapter - Origins, John Wyncoll (A) the Elder
- Roger Wyncoll (B) c1490 - 1559
- John Wyncoll (C) c1515 - 1576
- Isaac Wyncoll (D) 1558 - 1638
- Isaac Wyncoll (E) 1594 - 1650
- Thomas Wyncoll (F) 1621 - 1675
- Thomas "Spring" Wyncoll (G) 1663 - 1710
- Thomas Wyncoll (H) 1686 - 1727
- Thomas Wyncoll (I) c1719 - 1785
- Thomas Wyncoll (J) 1749 - 1816
- William Wyncoll (K) 1788 - 1866
- Thomas Wyncoll (L) 1826 - 1911
- Charles Wyncoll (M) 1828 - 1909
- Charles Edward Wyncoll (N) 1857 -1943
- Pedigree Diagrams
- Supplementary Text Chapter
- 20th Century Photo Gallery
Links to Websites with related Material
As far as possible I have tried to keep faith with the flavour and feel of the original. Curiosity led to my reconstructing some of the heraldic artwork in colour based on the descriptions given, and the magic of Optical Character Recognition has rendered significantly more legible most of the copious footnotes attending the main body of the text.
The author's youngest son, Alexander Fowler Wyncoll, whose birth is briefly recorded in the text, was a prolific photographer. The supplementary text chapter and gallery charting his life has been compiled fron his photo albums and from recollections by his daughters Angela and Rosemary. Further additions for later generations and supplementary material providing greater detail on individuals and lineages may follow as opportunity permits.
Much of the information in the various Pedigree Diagrams is available from the following location in the standard "gedcom" format used by genealogical software packages:
The Pedigree Diagrams have been scanned as "gif" images, and then optimised for mimimal data storage space and speediest download. Inevitably there is some trade-off with image quality, but the original higher resolution image files could be made available via email.
The printed book has three copious Appendices, mostly comprising the primary sources (wills, court and manorial roll extracts, etc.) referenced in the text. I hope to include that material at a later date together with an index or possibly a concordance.
Not least I hope hereby to make my Great-Grandfather's labours available to the many relatives alive today who are able to trace direct lineage from the families he researched, and I respectfully dedicate the endeavour to his memorial recognition.
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